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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bOEOOROO t foeooeoeoeoeoeoeoooeoeoofiIIE It VOL VIII Five a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 12 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 4 WEATHER REPORT Mr Flonorys report of woothor observations from Monday July 2 to Sunday July 8 gives the fol lowing figures TBinp ritlurt Ilnlnfall- Hlxtmt lowed In InrliM- Mornlnr US 03 00 TurMlnx UI Oil DO Vnlupxliijr H4 87 0- 0Yhurlqns 70 00 00 00 talurdar HA n100NNN- IIN7 Saae 00 Avxrafco 80 OS Total 00 This ban boon the dryoat week in I thin section for soino tnoullm has boon considerable rain In the fIOuthcn tem statue i FROM THE WIDE WORLD Will Milukoff bo HuBslas Mira beau T Russia is having a revolution It will no longer boan absolute monarchy One hundred seventeen years ago today the French Revolu lion began with the storming of the Baatilo If theKing of France had recognized Mirnboaus wisdom and takon hia advice and if Mirabeau hud lived there would have boon no reign of terror in Franco and the king und queen would not have boon beheaded indeed the whole history of Europe would have been different and perhaps far better than it lion been The Czar of Russia has the choice between guiding the revolu Ion through some such strong man rr as Milukoff is reported to be or being ground to powder by the rove lutionary IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Harvard College has wren in the Varsity boat race only four times in yean but ill the same in the IntenlCtualworld Harvard stands first Athletics are not everything by a long ways Last Monday Sccrelaryof War Tart opened the Republican campaign In North Carolina by giving an address in Greensboro on the eve of the moot- Ing of tho Republican State Conven tion there Ilia speech was warmly applauded throughout and the mono tion of UryanlI name brought specdal cheering It is reported that Hearst has decided to support Bryan ns Democratic candidate for tho coming campaign with the understanding that Bryan is to exclude corporation men like Beltnont Sheohan and Taggart from positions of influence in the campaignCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The recent celebrations of Homo coming week occupied BO much attention that the Fourth of July was celebrated loss vigorously than usualThere was a notable Fourth of July celebration at Winston in Eatill county due largely to the efforts of Judge Thorp Addresses by Pres ident Front Cot Demarco and Capt Goo M Jackson of Wickliffe The return of BO many sons and daughters of Kentucky front other states is likely to have a good effect hero at homo Most of thou former Kcntuckians have found homes in the newer more liberal and progres t sive communitiea in the West and North They come back with loyal affection for tboold Kentucky home but they tell us plainly that a con siderftblo element in Kentucky is somewhat sleepy and clings too closely to the ideals of the past Tho ladles of the Federation of Womens Clubs in their recant meet ingot Mt Sterling brought out tho important fact that the people of Kentucky are moro dilatory in send children to the public schools than the people of nay state in the Union save one Our rural schools for this year are just beginning anti now is tho time for us to improve tho record On another pago will be found some account of tho progress of the Hargis trial In Boattyvillo and of an assault not rape committed a negro upon a woman in Ford county A telegram from Richmond i says that a negro suspected of being the one who assaulted Mm Crawford in Ford is under arrest there Hero tho proper officers end citizens have two beautiful opportunities to elevate the character and reputation of the state by enforcing the law or to dill grace themselves anti the state by letting passion or prejudice rule instead of law There doesnt seem to be much doubt what will happen if the law is enforced in the Hargis case will OOa number of people in or about Richmond who are ready oven without waiting for Mr and Mrs Crawford to identify the negro to show how much nobler byrs death and if the Crawforda should identify him then many respectable citizens will consider hanging too good for him They are the aar cfetete Kentucky has moat to fear ShaUwe have aaarefiy or law Y- I e CITIZEN WHAT LIFE IS FOR We arc not put into this world to be happy nor to be comfortable but to work The world does not owe me a living unless I have earned it A man has to live you sometimes hear some one say as excuse for getting his living by begging stealing or doing something else which is of no value to the community It is a lie The worldwould be better off without the man who wont work I cant get what my work is worth 10 says some one That may be true orit may be false but it is not very important The only important thing to ask is Am I doing all the work Ican and the work which is most valuable to the world which lies within my power If you are not doing the most and best work you can you arc cheating yourself and the world Brain work is generally more valuable and often more exhausting than work with the hands and the rest of the body Emperor William of Germany and President Roosevelt do a great deal more hard work than thousands of socalled laboring men who envy them There is plenty of work for everyone lying near him For some of it you wont be paid in silver and copper but the principal part of the wages is the strength and skill you get from doing the work and the good conscience you have after doing your duty Find the best work you can do and do it with your might and God will pay your wages sooner or later and they will be paid in full Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools- By Prof D Lewis ARITHMETICAL METHODS AND FORMS In deciding the question as to what methods and forms should be used three things must be considered They must be 1st clear 2d calculated to require a clear understanding before being explainedj3d of the greatest possible educational value The second of these requires that the forms be full enough to guide the thought in explanation but not so full as to make them crutches for crippled minds to lean upon The third often gives the deciding argument in favor ofone of two good forms equally valuable from the two first points of view The forms to be givon are not merely from the writers theory but derived from his practical experience MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION nlreadybeenting with concrete numbers the following laws be ob served 1st The multiplier must always be abstract 2d When the multiplicand is concrete the product must be concrete and of the same kind as the multiplicand 3d When the divisor and dividend are concrete the quotient must be abstract 4th When the dividend is concrete and the divisor abstract the quotient must be concrete and the same as the dividend These principles well adhered to will force the pupil into a clear analysis more than any one thing that can be done and will prove of great value in future work FACTORS DIVISORS AJf D MULTIPLES Factoring is one of the most important topics in arithmetic and should be given much thought care and time Always state the factors of a number in the equational form thus 35 = 5 X 7 and for pupils this may be changed with profit to 5 X 7 1 In finding the G C Dor L C M first find the factors of the numbers and from them take the common factors for the G C D and the different factors each used the greatest number of times it is found in any one of them for L C M This method has a great advantage over the old form of statement in two ways 1st It gives practice in factoring and 2d In every operation the child must have clearly in mind the funda mental idea of what the G C D and L C M are and their relation to each other Model solution r Find the G C D and L C M of 00 250 and 270 1 00 = 2X3X3X6 2260 = 2X5X5X5 V 3 270 = 2X3 X 3X3X5 GCD =2X6 saIO And LCM2X3X3X 3X5X5X5 0750 This solution is neat and clear if the principles in volved are understood but hopeless ifthey are not L TO BE CONTINUED NEST WE Kj Ohllerjr of Fools A description of fools still at large and disguised as sensible men given that you may know and beware of themFool No1 Acertain farmer in Kentucky who wanted to make mon ey He got good crops so that ho paid for his farm and hud plenty to eat bought more land sowed more wed raised moro crops and had more left His wife wanted some now dresses but he couldnt see any use in them bought sonic moro land and machinery put up some barns and raised moro crops His children wanted books and a college education but he could not see any use in it bought a store and rondo some more money The church in town needed anyRstarted a bank aad made some more fflOHcy Oaeof his HOBS ran away I from homo and hasnt been heard disapr other children are drudges with little interest in life Ho Is still making money but it would do him and the world exactly as much good if every cent of his money except what ho pays for what hu eats were counter felt Ho will make money a few years longer and then- TenclnIlnltltute r Date Readers of tho Citizen will be in terested in the dates of commence ment of County Teachers Institutes In the following counties July 10 OwsloyAugust coIn August 20 Madison and Montgomery A S Mackenzie is instructor for JesRamino county and G W Chapman for Leo Chief Contents of This Number IAGK ONE VHlher Ileport Vrtjln the Wide World In Our Own Country Iu Kentucky FoIllorlnlWorkrcotl Uallery of FooU Twiclier Inollttita Iatc- Cllrentnnouncententa Kentucky Ill+lury 1AOK TWO Sclnnco Column Political Tnlk Fnrni nml InnlenIACIK TIIIIKK v Ilcren and Vicinity CollfKR lieu Turn Hoard Meeting lifter from Mini Uubtntnn- 1AflK FO Oil New from Kverywlien PAMI riviiI- lunil and Farm Improvement XupJuy HchcHil iC itdn- PAdK SIX lie American Jloy Concluded I Kentucky Hint New Hutnlan nod Other New Lntrtt Market Ilenort lAO SIVIN Three II In xlurntlun ItahulliiK In heal lilnto Idler 1urnmc Morn Politic llcccnt State New PA OK inOIIT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Ohio Correspondence spud Tiling for ItMIof the Cltlien I Concluding chapters of the History of the 8th Kentucky Regiment letters from Prof Mason from Cali fornia President Frost from New York Miss Robirisdn from Europe and other summon travelers- II Short practical articles on health by Dr Cowlpy several pro grams for exhibition for rural schools etc etc- Francis Lyndes famous story The Grafters commences as our serial July 26- Meeting of Hlockholder- A meeting was recently held of the stockholders of the Bcrea Pub lishing Company which owns and publishes the Citizen and Prof E Albert Cook Ph D was elected edi tor and manager DrCook whose picture appears at the head of this column is well pro pared by study travel and experience for this important journalistic posi Lion Ho is a graduate of Wheaton and of Chicago Seminary winning a fellowship at the latter place spent two years in foreign travel Besides this ho has had the experience as pastor in the West Tho fact that ho is a Professor in Berea College will make the Citizen more definitely connected with this groat institution at tho same limo his cordial appreciation of the poodle to whose the Citizen goes will make Lint in every way their friend and the paper that homelike tone and temper which will secure it a welcome everywhere Tho company voted to continue the policy of making the Citizen not by any means a moneymaking enterprise but to devote all its proceeds for the benefit of its subscribers EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY CHAPTER VIIIContinued During the battle a regiment of rebel cavalry made a dash at the house near the ford used as a hospi tal Our brigade charged down to the river bank and gave thorn a vol Icy and the one battery loft withus gavel them a few solid shot that made then scamper back leaving our doctors and wounded unmolested The battle ceased at 5 p m with our army considerably worsted That night at lloays headquarters all the corps generals wore assembled in council General Rosecrans asked the starred crowd what he should do General Critteuden said We may bo able yet to whip thee enemy hero general Rosecrans bringing his fist down on the tablo with much force said Yes and wo will if wo havo to fight thorn ono week and live on parched corn all that time Tho Eighth spout this frosty night on the skirmish lino near tbo river bank above tho ford Tho rebel Coplluucd on liightli rage i oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo 0- i A Family Newspaper if Bight Pages i iiiie- oeooooeooeoeooeoooeoo Cents There forces Clark There Chula older 35r lilflith homes 4Compounded 4per cent tWice a yearr cent Few people give enough thought to the earning capacity of a dollar When you look at a dollar dont think of how much it will buy but HOW MUCH IT WILL EARN When you form the habit of tak ing this view of your dollars you find your self starting on the only straight and sure road to wealth Idle dollars are of no more use to the world than idle men Every dollar you makeover the cost of actual necessities should immediately be placed under the safeguard ofa strong bank and kept busily at work earning other dol lars for you We pay four per cent on Savings Accounts and figure the interest EVERY SIX MONTHS I CAPITAL 2500000 Berea Banking Co J J MOORE Prts W H PORTER Cashier a J o eroKostokokoKaKoltororokokoKoKoKoKottokoKaKaKokokoKaWhy o xYo o Because it will help educate your children o Because it will please your wife xoxoIBecause every number is worth a years subscription x o it tells farmers how to make money o Because it is printed in large type YoJ 0 cocox LC 100 A YEAR oco1oThe BEREA PUBLISHING COei E A COOK EDITOR AND MANAGERoo a o oStoitottoStotoSto7eoMolt otottatloilottokokottolto5tott o ooKokakoKoKoMtot oKoKokoKoKokokokoroKoetoroltorakosoloitox J 0 0r o- o o tToo K 0 x o I fr Quit Business 0 o o o 11 o Will offer for sale in any wayc to dispose of stoc quickest my o i entire stock of merchandise at a bargain Will also offer for o sale my business and dwellingIo 11 jJo r 11 0 cJ11JcIt0IA P SETTLE Jr o Y 11MtoWtoilottoNoiloileKoilolMOMoMoIWNeilolMNo11oi1oilMoiOc i uA unnA ft7 FRIENDS BIRTHDAY THE scnooLdrar SHOULD KEEP A BIRTHDAY BOOS Remember Your Friends by Letter on Their Birthdays A Birthday Shower Will Bring Pleasure toa Lonely Sehoolmate Small Acts of Kindness Bring Much Happiness Brothers Mothers and Fattier Also Like Attention on Their Birthdays Dr MAItOAUKT K SA aSTBJl CoprrUfht 190S by Joenli II Uowles Speaking of birthdays do you remember how proud you were on the day when you slipped out of 12 Into 13 That was a real milestone on the road and you foil n good deal taller and ranch more Important when you were fairly In the teens than you did in the first dozen years of your life Then when 10 came and three more of the wonderful white milestones had been passed you were again In A different world Girlhood has many phases and changes and U altogether B most Interesting and fascinating period both to those who stand by and watch It and to those who are in the midst of its pleasant time I suppose that you have a birthday book Every girl should have one so that shp may keep in mind the birthdays of the dear people at home of teachers friends chums and every body in whom she has some measure of interest It does not so much matter what tho name of the particular birthday book Is but It should have R sentiment In prose or verse for every day In the year and ablddk apace under each date where names of friends may be written Nothing gives more pleasure to a friend at a distance than to receive a letter from Bessie or Marjorie Oa the morning of a birthday a letter carrying good wtihos a message of cheer and an assurance of love If AVllhelmma In south Dakota on a ranch ten miles from a neighbor shall have dropped Into her lap on the morning of her fifteenth birthday a letter from Caroline in Tennessee containing It pressed flower a book mark or merely four pages of merry chat her heart will glow with new warmth the HvoIohg day She will know that Caroline took trouble for her and that she post office and found out precisetyt how many days It would take for her let ter to react its destination Caroline living in a village with neighbors close by could hardly appreciate how lonely Wllholmlna sometimes felt but ehe had bridged over the space be ton by her word In season Does there happen to be among ronr acquaintances a girl whom everybody loves or a girl who has few relatives and is far from home or a girl who is tired and drooping or still another hut In by illness nnd compelled to sit still by the hour Instead of going about as you do at her own sweet will Any one of these girls would Tie madeextremely happy if her elf ss mates or her friends should send her a birthday shower Suppose you begin to plan it two or three weeks In ad vance of the date You will then choose the ptisc where tho shower Is to be given If Ht the girls own home her friends will meet there nnd take her by surprise although they will be wise If they glvo a hint beforehand to her utother or older slater as to their IntentionSurprises may fall on a nt an Inconvenient moment houseboldI generally better lo Uke the family Into confidence before pro ceeding with tllesibThe girl herself may be kept very In Ignor nnce of the compliment that Is to be paid her Brides often have showers I jaoaoJU TI4E LING It Is Very Becoming and Comfortable and It Can Easily Be Made at Home This Is a very beoomlne and cool hat 1easily I UCT ElUMGR HAT fan muslin silk or piece embroidery shotj ue used it is cut quite round of linen or china before theh weddlns days but I tee no reason why other people may not have showers tpq Yours to your friend who has A birth day may include plants photographs flowers In bloom books bon bOlls or anything else that you choose to bring nnd the greater the variety the more pleasing the occasion will be A girl I knew had a birthday show er given her and years after it look Ing over a box of souvenirs sho found among other little things that hart been put away a bit of cardboard with a Latin motto worked in steel beads and stitched carefully to a piece of white satin ribbon The girl who had worked It for her was by that time on the other side of the globe and they had not seen or hoard from one another In a long time but the motto with Its quaint message of unchang tag love was precious to tel who had not It awny in her box of treasures while she was yet In her teens r You will not think that I am preach- Ing will you If I hint that each birth dayshould mark a definite advance In wisdom and knowledge and find us better fluted to help one another than we were a year ago Little things make tip the sum of our lives If we aro fretful and cross easily disturbed and quick to resent grievances we shall be hard to get on with troublesome to ourselves and disagreeable to jTlier4j who are charming away from horde but very Inconsider ate and Irritable with those they love best Every birthday should enable us to be ntoreif controlled and more gentle and lovable than we used to be In a household I know there are three sisters Louise Is unselfish and lovely Betty Is preoccupied with her own affairs and sees everything from her own point of view Marla Is par tially an Invalid and Is what her mother calls fractious Tho last ex prqpslon moans a good deal to rae It Ehowrf me that MariaV uispejlflon Is to break the pfeaee around her Instead of preserving It as a perfect whole Loulsejs tea darting of this trio Hannah More a writer very popular In her day but at present almost for gotten wrote a bit of verse that tits In to my birthday talk Since trifles make the sum of human thing And half Our misery from our foibles springs Since lifes beat joys consist in peace and ohe Arid though but few eon serve yet all can please Oh let the ungontle spirit learn from hence A small unkindness Is a great offense Another bit of advice may be pardoned 1 have been In hnmea whore a great deal or attention was paid to Shales arM Jennys birthdays but nothing whatever made of the birth days of Torn and Dick Boys care Just aa much about love and happy time at home as girls do and slaters should look out for their brothers and make their birthdays redletter days Then father end mother who are always thinking and planning for you and making sacrifices that you maybe well educated well dressed and able to go here and there for visits and Journeys should be remembered bythelr Juniors On lathers birthday see that there Is an extra touch on the table a flower beside hla plate and a little gift from every one As for mother too much cannot be done for her Blifte she Is the good angel of her childrens lives If there are old people in the house do something ex tra for them on their birthdays The sum of the matter Is this a birthday Is a golden opportunity to trifike somebody happy and to take a fresh start In unselfish behavior on your own pa- rtERIE Hran- d the edge gathered up to fit a band of white stilt muslin about one and onohdlt Inch wide and large enough to fit the childs bead comfortably The brim 4s also sewn to this band it Ji composed of a gathered frill of acctfr dlonplhitcd muslin and a frill of mus Ito ttrabtoldery the joining of the brim Is covered by a fold of ribbon and a largo tow trims the front The Hat shbUld be lined with B soft piece of muslin or sarcenet silk a sette of tho ribbon Is placed under tijs brim at the left side of front Ladles as well as children hav- adopted the lingerie hat It Is the fa vored summer headgear of the day A Oood Skin Food Lanolin nine ounces cocoa butter onoijalf ncehte wax flvt ounces spermaceti onehalf ounce almond oil six ounces water nws ounces borax 50 grains perfume with thre- drops of old of ncroll Heat lanolin cocoa butter white wax spermaceti and almond oil not hotter than you can touch a finger to Llsiolvo bora la water stir In oils tape from stove land beat with egg beater trail cold Put In Jars and keep In cool place w J A CRADLE SONG T hilltop 01t3I ay ma uabr la yoor c ntotllr near V ht1USIeIIt I ut1 klllo laty f 1 t flay teyln ItaavMi throne J See Ms ln r w thrUK The ii 0iId Of yHt JUa 1 tare net alone 1 tyWeIlatter lat- heGentlenew ate blowing the wars abea you r1Id hlnei i0 Ur sty little Mb TIlt the ass peee cerne anew Aagete Rtmrd my tUtt ilnrltnii- Mether watrlMt over you A C Sluyrtrld In Denver News trtsr I K A Question of Caste DY BELLE MANIATBS Theie was nu reason apparentl7j why these two liooplo and Cleo Rivers should not liars pur sued their frlcndiul openly and free Jy but they hall loot In a most uncon ventional way und there seemed to be a tacit though unspoken agreement between them that their meetings should be clanlleetlnoIClIO was naturally 1ntfllted and excited when she found tho lioiwjs next to theln whirl had bout vacant torso long had heS gold and was to be occupied tier first surreptitious WptalUm of one member of the new family was front a window overlooking their back yardJohns I tall and straight was critic ally examining and UMtlug a stupen I dous touring cor lie looked very plc turwque In a dark flannel shirt 111I wrists and throat In a dead white n treat to his branacd face anti hand He wore corduroy trousers anti hunt ing boots Is hat backtilted- showed a dark Dyronle waving 3oct across his brow Clans hart beat Qlaasurab y She was a born coqnaUe and presently at tired in the most dtlectabl ot while embroidered llnan gowns white gheos and chiffon hat she sauntered into the back garden lip looked up and his glance lingered longingly She feigned to be unconscious of his praeonoe andIbegan picking some flowers ally she gave a sidelong glance Blushing furiously at being detMtod 10I atjtrRUoWont you have a ron she keelj With sager haste and thanks hej- crowd the boundary Mat to thr two I rl1a1teI quite agree with you hp rapHed decorously and Ingo there to 19 OIivnseut totlnlrodvc nte I will do self the kottor of presenting uyKif j Carter Johns My natn vU CI oRl7era she HtM with all Int Did you Just nwfoc In last night We heard the ptew had been SOld We are only partly moved he said antlllng I was anxious to see I It tny new car eattw throRgh safely J think It U In good shape It certainly look go to me she answered surveying the motor admiringly Do you like to ride Indeed I dot she cried anlhuntaiu Ically There IK no sweeter music I than the chugging of a machine He couldnt ten afterwards how It really happened or which one of them first made the suggestion but anyway he lied an engagement to take her ont in the automobile that night He was afraid site would think hjm prcsumptuoiu but sho had neeracd pleased and blushed at she told him she would have to moot him at the- stablethat they would never con Kant He reassured her that ho un- dertoOlI the situation and that ho would meet her anywhere and bring her safely home r She looked vei clegnnt in her dark attire air she met him that nlgJitlmilf of the stable sad she thought lilm even handsomer la convantlorial attlrit than In his sainlhuntlng garb They quickly sped away from tho crowded streets and when they camo to a road that was free Carter ether out In a way that was lntoxlca lag to Cleo Then he slaokoned up and they talked ou a greAt many subjects She said truly nnd ho believed her that she had never stolen out to meet any one like this beforeIRbo IsYO hp thought and the came out with me for tW mere love of a lark but I wish she could come tn care for me 1111 1 do for her I cant expect that He Is simply grand eho thought with n IttUo thrill of rcuHlertlon when aha will safely bock In her own room but tye r so much older than I and half Seen slr murh of I ho world Oh I love him now but of course he oh not sho coneluded with a sad little sigh roThe next afternoon as she was walk la through the park ho passed her In his bluishwhite car She lowed and andepassed on Silo was disappointed that be did not stop find ask her lo ride J jlnoo ho was along Uofore he hud code very tar his dar ttoppod nUll ho got out to ltivostlgatj thi Ldtiw She came on and up toililrn Something wrong she asked bylye turned with apleascd surprised aire Not ninth out of gear I will d- illS it In n moment May I take you borne Certanly she replied Joyously tans WB ride out into the coun Irv he salted entreatingly She thought they could and when near the chose of the afternoon they came to a little wHiutry hotel she liteopted his invitation to slop for sup por They think at home I am spending tho afternoon and dining with friends ao I wont be missed she explained And we can have the avenlag too he asked eagerly She aaaentml and they rode on out Into the open country where anced limit lAws were not onforcol They came home more slowly and sent mentally aI bhlt MM us they were part lug In the garden bat night What she whispered xprrtantly I dont dare tell you yet but Lwtll some day And Cleo In her little white bl that night tajr awake to live over and ov again the joys of this beautiful and serrated time They met afullMMllreeter lo many pkiues and the avenUiR fllhp In the 81g car were nnlntorrnijled uotfi tale In the shape of a ttttlod rain prarUd ed tho enrrylng out of the uuual pm grBHimc There Is a little summer house In our gurdan he said wlatfully na she ratite to the rear of the etabft that night to tell him how dlaaiHMlit Skit was Cant we lave a little stilt hereIn the coty little abored hmrw llstenlBK to thesoh tntuk of Hwmnt flier rain Carters feelings reached K climax Cleo Mt and half dreaded the coming revelation Narvomly she rove lo aw la Iiii doorway laP slipped hla arm shoot her C1eolae mfrmurcd I love yonT But she had slipped from him and- sped aeroaa the lawn He did not dare call alter her antf he spout a wroKhw wahaMI sight dreading let he had offeoded beyond redrtxw She apoHt the night crrim over ttfcf owning of a letter which ah headed to him over the hedge the ax mortfc Ing darting away aID aa awjfy aa ate bed ten him the eight batom With bating heart he opened the slit alto and read I shouldnt have lot you said that last night its all a mistake the grow trnngely white but read anI Till flrat time I met you 1 guessed what you Ihounlit that 1 was oae of the family I let you think to I am maid to bliss I rrnlno She h away In tHe mountain with a party ef glrlH will hn roughing It and left their m Wit fit home It waa wrong to deceive youv but I knew you would drop me when you found out my Btalion still I Rn Joyed being with you It didnt harm your reputation JIM no one mw ui on the one time we were out together In the daytime I didnt know you cured so much till last night Forgive ine CUKO When he Unladed teething the lei tar he wroth Into tho house Presently a district meMtengrr brought a note to Miss Caa Hlvera With trembling hands she opened and read Dearest Cleo I am the rh nnVtirT Only the servant have moved In hre I1jet I too deceived you I saw at ontle you Uiuujiht I was the owner of the house und I knew only aa such feould I meet you not guessing your position Meet mo usual place to night pleases and let mo nay asafn what I did last night Yoiir trtter brought me great joy Yours always CAIlTKIt copyright IMS by DAily Story lull Co Qrammar of the Home famlllni the education of- theehttdren IB committed almost ex eliiilvcly to the schools and thte ant pelenlly aWounU for thIS airootojw errors of ipoech often noted tat circles where we might expert hatter things It matters not how faithful the teach er may be the child will Inevitably imitate the language heard at home and forget Uie instruction of the school When tho child bests Incor reet language In the tamlly and Im bibes It freely from vicious hooks ho Is probably going to speak ungram matically as long SB ho lives A writer on the educational process says that the years from eight to twelve constitute the habitforming period This Is tho time to break the human colt In some gento the wlldoM of ant mall Errors In tho use of the mother tongue adoptad during this time aro difficult to correct PerhlP8 Kwoter Its very trua that good intentions never die nfl has boon saidlterriamiluht that may explain why theyre HO seldom carried out Philadelphia Ledcer Reward of Merit IDr Seth Evan of Cincinnati h I to ha given a roVal medal by the whomIlia oil PEOPLE THE DRAWING CLASS II dont see why It U boys always get tho worst of It Their altoea gets Into the bitten mud puddles their hands gets Ihs coldMt nowbullln anti their elbows are always knockln things over Sometimes I wlglit I didnt have any ulOQwlland sometimes t KUWU ether tolkc wishes so 100IThe IIMI limo it was in the drawing foalIscould do It with monster paM Than easy Yon nut It over top picture and draw a outline Then 011 tnftc It nr YOIlIUtndo dial anti she tall lit won healing and wok sway my transfer paper and now I aint no good n crust All I toed to lie and I got pretty tiled ot U till we in Into wuir rolor That wits sonic run anyway Wo bad lllie IKIXPI with rivt hluc and yn J b1lll WHAT 18 TIn UATTKH WITH YOfK DKKr her pnuiU in em sail a dUn to mix them on and brushes and a itfiiw et water to wet mi Nit In a9l we all made rro nyrtHld ry smutcha on our papw and railed em thlaRs The lint thing I painted VM two radiitatra an1 I used red ait Ute wd dtohw an blue and yalter ua the tea s anti it youll aellevw it they CHUM green right on law paper I wnaMiitt of believed It It Maw Henri etta hfcd told me lhoal t yla tine said I laId reMlah a prat wok t I tm w m how sad bowed ea to moths sad she wild My How ins vie they clMirlwr And tether aaid III IoekI like a ChrMUMm tree UN Ire and ray big lster gala Mt dont look like anyUlllU but a MHC of palBt tart site wowldBt eyes buses The nest dnyw bad a plate onton to THE aioDBsry or inmoBS wu teddy brews M hMdfwrH en the want we awl yoosYa tkh sue rat n kwlHt in Itrtinrr Mantua hued hits POhb ana bred- ens fntton In he Jump up aoa horse Ni kau up sit the Mali line flares sod aiwur4but4ltWMl hi haktnpataelsr rW bedews h noo he ketsnn asset sea woeH rfwrlyat ann sew wore riwal Vwn up re9aa- wl w t1t lkre tglrFeba only rtxMfnNn a lurM aama can wMler- yiMhe ahn hoBiirr nwum Htn In tv hot ann- thrnn eIi In thun eels hml set IM aann- ann wr awl bill it lint ln lrl has tluM sun re 1ra too ttecawi nobuddy nna Where not at kuol un If thaI clwte ate well wean they team there nlwua nppl to get iv lleken trust share mother witch In wi hay dJuAent KO until Mare good aim drl Inn raddy toUt Will nmvur no how tin was Ailvcil frum Mth bl liennry brutv try ann hvnnry MM IK bettor not to tel Site folkr at awl about how teddy Ml Intoo the rrlrk tooday ann kuwltinl wlm ju u sole to malk o imafo tfwt qv him hrrawi than appt lo say It we lad bin at akool he neuver writes uv fallen In ann li nnrr s sld a houro fore prepula prazpur to have pooiui IIIalt At w nn he gore bl but Just to be like bashful Kuril hoore full us moddujty J W Huley In N Y Time What Lightning Likes A German statlstlQlau announces that ninth ban twice the attraction for lightning whlclt chalk has and thai sand has nine times and clay 23 lutes na much Moreover 54 oak trees nd IB pine trees ore struck for ovary tree that the lightning touches o that It tiuoU caught out In a thutder storm anti QVut stand under A trw It lsbe tar to stand under reo wbi U rooted in chalky kipuM than and wheta tlII dojatd thats a hard t dog to bathe boraiut theroM a lot pf early streaks Ito draw nnd thcjro shiny ainl she makei you leavq a aquaro white1 place on It sitars she said the window wu denoted tint I couldnt sue any window but I han to put uu till square pint Just the same I was burryln to get to this llillotIpart that pltleolbow of niUaliUt iwiun arouAil a wUan and hwny w tu my timibler inltiiut tweak but It tnadn a noise and Mhw lleM1et to lookril around nut Uepltsint aa1 she want on ghht loMona to the girls Too water was tilt worst part 1C went all over 1 grabbed pensY wail cupped it oft tuy drawing book and pretty soon tho sponge was full Tee I borrpwwl tine or Yluun Carter and that lot full Thry are awut He lItItf sponges Dut IM tOt Ute ft and things wiped up and 1 let litIHponait eimlii fn my liNk anil tbn Ute bell rang for school out MI I1 put n f thlnsH away und seta ohm didnt match me ntlrIIR rli nOM ny rufngwhen I then was a ultklu under my dN1w atlas HHrtBtia war loflRIni at tl anj when tiir saw mo she MlM l withtyour tuskIAul I hMiHtiJ and aaldMIgQM the iipoimw la leaking maam And title Al4IoItour sponges nit It was all staked up and ha watw had niooni6 my Jogjjar ry and netunrhttttkandthpymlaNghhl Miss lienrtwtui made me take aN four of them poiMt M sod no and ore he prtncipal wtttr em And MI I haul te and I was awful se fl when I MKtt MBI Anil he wM ke beped IwouWm do It sgug Obit I aall i HofH mt t0al And Jw talked in OM allows IMftff avrcfMl anti thlORn till I t M hrunver tats a boy himself And When I wow getup away I said Mr IVrih I ROOM this wilt be a warnK to one Aod he eoonb M be hint bta Mrr awtiMM BeUoaftbt oi too t AM I had to std eat set thins lixtals sae rNwe nos bark Wfore tna hull MaOGl Im fatherIto use rorleellarei act i MrtJOtag kS tart out sty elbowa no wan the Mt thiaga they will analree sad not knock em alt nft wet lee Malls wloBHWn- OtnW A PRETTYPUZ7LE- 8ottA lilt ef Qtrdbswrd Oan B1 Cut v 3o aaile Knlcc Many DU tereot Objecta n11II1I1e la otn 4 ythebast pt Ita lure of cnloreit oanlboanl iih lIutb anti a halt square and rut 1t Into vrmi parts na shows IJlO ONBOK TUB COMJltNAINUNS Dally News you must make taore r thaa IISO romhlnattonenix of which are shown here as ItlustratloaA Tha work ANOTIIBR OK TUB COMDINAttONS Is entertaining and Instructive aa new tand pretty conslhatlonsare sucgesting hells YeA nUlI B tSWrrIO1U1t should keep wn nmUs I meat and for that of theft fflrtiU 1tOF 0 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for i Ay Boys 200 and 175 for Youths Tin reputation of W L Douglas shoes for itjle comfort and war It known tntjnlen throughout the world They have to jlw betttr ntliactlon thin other make brcaut the tvulard has always ban plum to bleb that thorera expect more for their money than they can get ebcw tr- W carry a full line and can Insure a perfect fit iwpectlon InvitedJ rte lJ COYLE HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKY oeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoSoeoeb C 0 Berea and Vicinity i d so o l 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- o o AAAA A wuwuwuwuuwuuuuwuwuwuww II L Richardnou luu opened his now atom fur lm inrw Mrs Thomson will return on Friday t night of this week Q DHolliday goes to Mt Sterling nod Monday court day on legal business Mr Simpson Is preparing n first rile band for tho Borea Fair August 2 3 and 4 Mica Caldwell line gone to Cumin nail to otny until tbo beginning of tho rntlorm Dr Thomson will preach nt Union Church House nut Sunday nt 1045 a m and 715 p m Miss Adam of Richmond is visit leg her mud Mr Sallie Adams on Center street Henry Lengfollnor has gono to Cumberland Gnp to put tho roof on tho Carnegie Library thoro resident and Mrs Frost enter tained n iwuty of about fifty neigh i tars on their lawn lout Friday night- A collar has recently been put un der Mr honeys house and n solid retaining wall in front BO as to make n lawn c8iblo- Excavntiour in being made for anew dairy building north of Mr Bicrleyd house to consist of two rooms and a well for cooling thu milkMm Mary Browns of Chicago with her daughter has boon visiting Mrs Browns uncle JJ Brauaman She expects to leave Thursday for homo Her daughter will spend a few weeks in Wildio Mr W 11 Miller of Richmond passed through Boron Saturday on his way to Rockcaatlo from whence ho returned on Monday Ho is fourth representativelIon week His grandfather settled pn the oid Duryoa place in this county In 1780 and died there A Hczir- Dressing Nearly every one likes i fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manageable to keep It from beloEi too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfed lisirwUl beairongand will remain where it belongs 1artthe head not on the comb A The Mt ktoil of a teatlwo W Solei for over aUty year IAAnda t O UBufMturcr A7 Co UNus- LIe II L1 ers L UHAAJILU nitsrotor y PllCT8ILU wwwwuwuwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww openedlastcipal and Miss MoWhorter and Wil liam Wanton as the other teachers About JOO pupils have been enrolled Jerome Torrell has sold his farm of one hundred and fivo acres near Bluo Lick two miles east of Boron to T J Flanory for f1250 per acre Tho trade was arranged by Holliday Mrs R R Coyle and son of Ster ling Colorado who has been here visiting her mother Mrs Hays luft hero Monday for her home She was accompanied by her slitter Miss Della flays Tom Stuart who has just com plated his law course at Danville is visiting his uncle J J Brauaman this week He expects to soon go to Jacksonville Flu where ho will practice law There will bo Childrens Dayox crcisos and a basket dinner at tho Narrow Gap Sunday school under tho direction of Miss Fox on Sun day 22 Dr Cook will speak at the exorcises Wo wish to correct a misstatement made in last weeks issue as to the sale of J J Branamans property to byMrance of any agent Tho studentfl who remained in Berea through vocation are all hav lug a good time The Library is open every afternoon and also for two hours each Monday night Prof Marsh is acting as summer regent Dr Wm G Beat and wife left last Friday to spend a mouth in tho East visiting Niagara Falls Buffalo Boa ton and Adams MassDr Bests old bomeand Now York He ere peels to be back in Boroa by August Srd H B Malollng of Chicago was a guest of Baron College last week He was here as tho representative of tho Chicago branch of the Mcrgeuthaler people setting up the Citizens lino- type junior machine Somo delay was had in getting a motor Mr Mateling proved himself a courteous cultivated gentleman while hero and tbo College officials enjoyed their necessary intercourse with him Ho left Borea on Saturday Mr and Mrs J W Stephens had a very pleasant reception at their home last Saturday night Tho lawn was lighted with Japanese lanterns and looked very pretty About thirty guests wore present mostly yung married people A peanut was indulged In in which Mr Charles Burdetto was tho winner I 11Itsaucer wad presented with an appro priate address by Dr Cook Deli cious refreshments were served and all had a fine time TO CUKK A COM IN ONE DAY Take WXATIXU DKOMO Quinine Tablet UrugKltU refund money U It f llslo cure H W 0RO VKS tlgnature is on each box ajc 1 l o oeoeoioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o I College Items i M o HERE AND THERE o a 0- oeoooeo08Qooeooeoo1 tho Teachers Institute which has been in progress this week Miss Ethic Witt of our 2nd Year Normal Class is teaching this summer at Parks echoolhouse District No 1C on Red Lick in Estill County Secretary Gamble is conducting the music in a Gospel tent on 00th St and title Avo in New York City at a pinto celled San Juan Hill yearsNormalsuccessful work in the organization of Sunday Schools in Clay County Tho College painting gang is painting houses on Mt Vernon street ShockloyTarlton building President Frost and family leave next week Monday for Massachusetts whore they are to bo tho guests of Mr Wilder and Miss Fay for a few weeksJames W Wheeler who was a heron student some timo ngo is now with the Charity Organization So ciety of Chicago Ho expects to complete his studies next year in Chicago University Miss Bortiu May of Magoffin county n student of Boron for tho past three years beginning in the Model Schools and since a Normal student has successfully passed the Juno examination making n general average of 70 per cent As sho is not teaching this summer she expects to come to Berea for tho Fall Term Tho editor has received a letter dated Juno 21th in tho Irish Sea front Dr Cowloy reporting a happy arrival in smooth water after a dis tressing voyage Mrs Cowloy was sick all tho way but Miss Clark and Dr Cowley escaped Ho says it blow all tho tune on tho way over tripbyTho usual annual gathering of Collogodurlugweek in tho pavillion back of tho Li brary ovor seventy men being pros Collegehadstudents during tho past year more than 18000 Those annual gather lugs uro very pleasant affairs TIIWII lt mr I Mrvtlng Tho Town Board meeting was held in the court room over the Citizen office Tuesday night Dr Corualius and Mr Osboruo being absent Sev oral small 1JI8 wero allowed for work on tho streets and Messrs Spink and Bower wore granted permission to allow their gates to swing outward into the street because of tho difficulty of swinging them agaiust a rising grade Tho matter of bids for franchises ton telephone electric lights and water was discussed Lawyer Jack son of Richmond being present to enlighten the Bonn It appears that no exclusive franchises can be granted in Kentucky and that apart from franchises tho Board has a right to permit tho College or other private parties to place poles on tho street under due regulations- A bid was made for a telephone franchise by the Company now operating which will be considered at tho next regular meeting of thoI Board President Frost stated ho hoped to bo able to make a prop osition in tho matter of electricity and water at tho September meeting Prof aud Mrs MlJrsh and Dr and Mrs Cook woro away most of last week attending the Rockcostlo County Teachers Institute at Mt Vernon County Supt Ballard and Principal W It Eubank of tho Mid way Kentucky public school con ducted tho institute anti made it in teresting and helpful Supf Ballard is a loyal friend of Beret College and the Citizen Ho was a student here from 1803 until 1800 On Thurs day evening n reception was hold by tho MarshCook delegation to those who lend studied nt Berea and twen tysevon loyal Bereaus appeared and seemed to enjoy themselves much and tho college yell was heardI SUPPORTK0Trs bridge to wry the vrukcntd ad starved system along until II CM Ned firm support to ordinary food Send foe tree anpla SCOTT nOWNK CIIemlstaI4fo41S fart Street New York sec sodroot alldnigtuU I A fetlrr nnhlnlDoston The time linn passed swiftly and pleasantly einco I left Berea I hare attended commencement exercises at UniversityIthundred and more graduates at Har yard march into Sunders theatre pro ceded by a noble company of fellows and overseers and the president of tho university and the professors in gowns with hoods of brilliant hues to indicate by what university their degrees had been conferred There ore not seats enough to accommodate nil the friends of the graduates oven It is only a great and rich university that can afford to have such insuffi cient accommodations for its gradua speechesbydepartments of the university and diplomas wore given out at offices and not on the platform Degrees wore conferred on the students of each department by calling up a group to represent the very largo numbers on whom that degree was conferred I especially enjoyed tho speeches of President Eliot when conferring the honorary degrees for his language was a model of concise ness and clearness- I was for a few days in Now Hamp graveIand anchor and other offerings which expressed tho sympathy of the dear mightknowreminder of their affection touched mo I am about to start for tho steamer Romanic on which I leave my native land for that old world about which I havo read anti dreamed all my life If kindly expressions and goodwishes of friends can mako a voyage safe and pleasant a most perfect one lies before mo Givo my regards to Boron friends through The Citizen please Yours sincerely JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON An IitcomiMirntilo Lnwii Inrtjr Amid the foliage and beautiful shade trees on tho lawn of Mr and Mrs C Fay Hansons residence on joyseektug women met on Thursday evening of last week and wore delightfully enter tamed About thirtyfour young people responded to the invitation sent out early in tho week by Mr and Mrs Hanson who met tho guests upon their arrival and then after introduc tions were made and acknowleged everybody was made to feel at home Tho light from a full moon blended with that of many Chinese lanterns added beauty and charm to the occa sion Very comfortable chairs were placed in a circle and after a little small talk merry games were Indulged in There was a liberality of delectable refreshments served to the guests which is an evidence that southern hospitality is not on tho wane The guests departed at about ten oclock after expressions of appreci tine of itho kindness of their hosts Mr and Mrs Hanson are to bo congratulated upon their success in entertainingRuth Jacob 0 Ruth wont you please answer mo Y And Ruth answered Tho old reliable blacksmith J E Daulton who has been away from Boron for ono year has returned and will open up July 20th n firstclass Blacksmith and Carriage Shop on RawlingsPlacwnear reasonable all work guaranteed FIVE PERSONS ARE DROWNED Boat Upsets In Lake Michigan During a Squall Chicago July GFlvo members ol tho first division of tho Illinois naval reserves woro drowned while prnctlc tug rowing In Lake Michigan The boys drowned were out for a rowing cruise In tho Dingy With tho ox ceptlon of one of them all woro Inox perienced and through some unex plained reason the boat was overturn ed and all wero thrown Into tho water Tho accident happened at tho foot of Washington street The men had been practicing rowing for two hours and then endeavored to fix the sail a Whllo engaged In this a squall struck tho Dingy and In tho excitement that followed all of the men with tho ox caption of tho coxswain being Inexpert paced tho boat was ovorturned Tho cries of the men for help wero hoard on the pier and In ten minutes tho life saving crow was on the scene Two of tho men woro found clinging to the upturned boat but tho others had been drownod New Officer Assigned Washington July CTho war department has assigned fcrlg Gen Jesse it Lee to the command of tho department of Vlsayas Philippines and Brig den Walter T Duggan to the command of tho brigade camp es tablished at Camp Stotzonbsrg la Lu IOL 3pi Enjoy Your Walk Have a glass of Sparkling Phosphate afterwards It will quench your thirst You will always find our drinks ice cold not warm and sloppy Fresh fruit flavors c c t The Porter Drug Co INCORPORATED rIkva G G W e IWan tStcltC by insuring your I Life with the Oldest Company in ItheU S = The New England Mutual I Life Insurance Company of Boston I I H C Woolf Agent I G9 W XJ rrKr tr rtttKkrtkzt tkrrrRrrrrr trrr I Getting Comfortable ee 2 J a- i Is a fine art You cant do it without having just Ithe right sort of Furniture and just the right fc- K S amount We have all the things you want make i 2 your house into a home s ia x LOUIS 0 LESTER i Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave J Phone 93 ki- tA sa ililAkNilSlitSlirASIi1SAk tS171A7ADS ifS1i1S1AieAilAASIA iStit74AilirAiRirACf ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o Jo0 i on Straw Hats io We find that we are overstocked on all kinds of o Straw Hats and we take pleasure in offering you an 0 opportunity to save money on them Hence our o special prices 0oo 0v7P fl U fI If fl If rOfl 0- o 100it rr U U U U v70 u 0- o o 125 ri fI II j qu u 08 aoeo 150fI n fIr U LI0Q200r n U 14 rr u 15841 t0 2 OfI If U1f u u 170 iT4ey will not last long at these low pricesI Come early and get your pick at a bargain before they are gone It is our aim to stand close tptlie buying public in all their needs Visit us when ini want of any thing in the furnishing liner Respectfully I The New Cask Store Harris Rhadus t Ce BEREA KY e 8 THE CITIZEN E ALBERT COOK PhD Editor TlEREl KENTUCKY a Use of Vacation West vacations which fall are unsuccessful because they are misft5 It la curious that In a matter wherein- dividual i needs and personal profe ences are so important observes Touths Companion the final decision should co often be allowed to rest pn other grounds For the great ma jority of men and women who work but who have a vacation two weeks represent the limit of time which they can devote to rest and recreation That Is only one twenlysixth part of the year and most persons need all oft I and need to use It vln the wheat way What Is the wisest way None but the person himself can tell and hence the folly o allowing one self to be ovcrlnfluoneed by the advice ct others One of the weekly maga aloes lately contained accounts ofva cations In camp in an automobile o- a bicycle on foot In a canoe In hunt ing with a camera In seeing Fifth avenue and in searching for wild r flowers Each of the articles Is charm Jng reading chiefly because the wrlter tad what he was after rest recrea tion and a good time The reader may easily be misled Into thinking tha the charm belongs intrinsically to the particular kind of a vacation whictf Is described It does not It belongs only to exactness with which the vacation fits The wisest thing one can do Is to say tb himself is it that I should most like to do- Jtld If It fall within his means and the t has only himself anil his own pleas- Ure to consider do that regardless of whether anyone else would enjoy Itt- Or whether anyone else has ever done 1L The hobby or diversion to which one gives his spare moments durjng the rest of the year is often v a wise culdc It requires courage and com mon sense to disregard conventional conceptions and iialfformod plans and to follow the Inclination of the moment but the reward Is nearly al a happy and restful vacation andnot infrequently at little cost Need of Americans Under the modest heading Suit- Over Small Saras the Boston Traq rcrlpt declares that the great principle ol fighting for tights no matter what the Immediate matorlal thing at stake Js a thing that the American character r needs to assimilate T Transflrlpf rays Highly Important deilslonl lucre been based on Issues involvin very small money considerations Th supreme court of the United States las winter gave a good deal of time and arescarch to a cause carried before It on appeal Involving only J24 A railroad was in this case the defendant It owed one of is employes a train hand this sum which Was attached and collected by one of his creditors The employe contended that the was still due him and carried th ease up to the highest tribunal In the load Our own famous Chief Justice Shaw wrote one of his most luminous expositions of legal principles In de ciding a ease which turned on the ownership of a bull calf It Is related that the bar snickered at the frequent repetition of the phrase the said calf and the chief Justice rebuke the laughing lawyers by saying Gentlemen you do not reflect what a bull calf may be to a poor family Robert Browning went to law over the value of one bottle of wine on the cftat principle that he would not be swindled for halt a crown If he soul help It The kicker is pfien th subject of ridicule but kickers Iav helped the world along at times Given a great scenic environment an the kicker becomes a b storlcal per xonage of the first class John Nam- des p would never haewtelt the amount of ship money assessed on Us estate The use of flngeririarRs or thumb marks on checks as a means of guarding against forgery and prevepUn- dishonest persons from raising the fig urea on them Is one of the latest nov allies In business There la a possibility that it will become more than a novelty Apparently the first man to adapt the idea to business affairs is a merchant of Plalnfield N J After writing a check he places an ink 1m 7 mslon of his thumb over the figures completely covering but not obliter ating them It Is manifestly Impossible to raise the figures without making the interference obvious on the thumb mark Ills banker has an Ink impres clom of his thumb on file and comparl jea with the mark on the check would jastanily reveal any forgery At the Miami unlversl cpraracnce Bcat at Hamilton 0 Sunator Dolll ler of Iowa appeared as tbe principal t epeakT in the academic gown Atat t doctor of taws The senator remarked that ho felt as It ho were In batbTdg relt and a peekaboo bonnet When the audience laughed Senator iuHrver turned to President Benson aqd said 1 have said nothing funny JJjelleyo 1 the people are laughing at my clothes JJe then took offfte gown and dropped t H upon the door where it remained r until bo had finished NEWS TENS FOR THE BUSY READER All Important Happenings Tha lin o Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimea and Casualties the Movement of Government Officials and Other Eveftts Culled Condensed and Noted When the time comes I shall be on ly too glad to talk and tell all I not flinch at the ordeal nor will I brea down My pne thought now Is to be of service to my husband This Mate anent was made byMn Harry K Thaw Jtist before she was admitted to Nann vented to talk of her probable attitude In the coming trial of Traw for tro murder of Stanford White Harry K Thaw under Indictment fo The murder of Architect Stanford White nt New York gave his fellow male prisoners at the Tombs n pleas t- iCs ant surprise by treating them nil to cream and cake John Burns who was night drat fear for Stanford White the arch tect who was shot to death by Harr Thaw declares that Mrs Thaw dined with White twice since her marriage automobiletFormer Judge Olcott after reading the statement given out by Burns said he wished to deny absolutely that Mrs Thaw since her marriage had been a guest of White and had used his automobile- S Michaels church qne of the must interesting buildings In Hamburg Hate totally destroyed by fire The fire broke out In the steeple where workmen were repairing the clock and lit purposed to have been due to caretorts ness The conflagration spread rapid 421eethlshfrom the time the fire started The state of Indiana acting through Attorney General Charles Miller on from Gov Hanly filed quo Orangesqupt French Lick Springs Hotel Co and the West Baden Hotel Co asking that tholr charters as corporations be re voked that they be enjoined from permitting gambling on their proper ties that receivers be appointed and that oamJnlRtraUon of the assets be theirgare havetcasinos The collection of relics of Gen La layette exhibited at the ex hibition In 1893 wore sold at auction At Christies London for 127000 All jloiibt of the existence of an or ganized military revolutionary league which Is Inspiring mutinies and uprjs beeneset and documents of the league during the search of soldiers attached to staff headquarters at Vilna and detailed to various regiments of the third corps War Minister Rudiger has ordered strict Investigation to he made itf all detachments of troops In order to de tonnlne the extent of the revolution methodsdWilliam J Bryan and Mrs Bryan have arrived In london from Norway Mr and Mrs Bryan will spend the week with Ambassador and Mrs Jfelil nt Wrest Park and then will also make a tour of Scotland going thence to France ii d1aln centraledinner of tho American society at tbe anondcjetya board and cheered patriotic scltotimentswlth tJlo peculiar zest born Whltelaw Held and Mr Bryan engaged In some good humored raillery the crowd evincing Its enjoyment of the sport with cheats and shouts ot laughter Invitations were extended toThio Bryangto attend the of the International League of Press clubs which will meet In Denver Col August 27 The socialists have nominated the following statq ticket In Idaho Gov ernor Thomas F Kelley lieutenant governor J Schenowlch secretary of state J F HutchInson Crown Princess Frederick William was safely accouched of a son at 945 July 4 at Potsdam Abe Attell champion featherweight of America won a 20 round battle from Frankie Nell the bantamweight champion before the Pacific AthlQ club at Los Angeles Cal Attell showed to great advantage with his remarkable cleverness and he landed six blows to Nells one The English parliament and the country were given a surprise by a Sensational speech by Sir Edward Greg tho foreign secretary on the sit natlQn In Egypt Speaking In n sol emn tone and amid Intense silence the minister declared that the recent at tackson British officers at Tuntoh were not accidental but a deliberate fcflUifestaUn of the fanatical spirit which had necessitated the strengthening of the garrison Egypt Oeo W Househofderwhustarted- the first evening paper In Kansas City the Evening Bulletin In JeSS is deadI at his hojne there ngel 81 years A runaway mine rar flying like the wind down a mine branch track tItruns front Puritan to Portage PH klli ed 11 men and Injured several more By a vote of 253 to 221 the ebanrhe- of deputies at Paris annulled the flee tlon of Count Bout De Castellans on the ground of corruption and bribery gaveta London for Congressman and Mrs Longworth who met the Austrian amt baasador Count Von Mensdorff Ladles Cl non and Suffolk and Sir Ca ell and Lady SpringRice At Wanamle five unties from Wilkes barre Pa five buys were killed anti nine others Injured while celebrating the Fourth of July They lied placed powder In a pipe and it failed to gc off They then forced n stick of dyna mlto Into the pipe and began pound Ing It A terrific explosion followed In a manly effort to save the surviv lag members of his staff and tho other snrrondeaekI r affection for their wounded commander and their desire to save his life Mm Rojestvonsky pleaded guilty before n courtmartial at Cronstoit Russia Ho took all tho blame on his own shoul dora and naked that he alone be pun ished to the fullest extent of the law All the other defendants Including Capt Do Cologne chief of Adm UoJ ostvenakys staff and Capt Raruuntr commandant of tho Bedovl pleaded not guilt Mayor Sehmllz of San Francisco having signed the retail liquor ordi nance saloons will be permitted to re sume business Conflicting stories as to the bx Istoaoe of an affidavit made by Evelyn Nos lt In a breach of promise suit against Harry Kendal Thaw prior to her trip to Europe and marriage to him later were told by persons Infer osted In the Investigation of the Thaw White murder at Now York Judge Ol cott said that Mrs Thaws statement In which she declared that she ami Thaw wore married In Europe woe made under a misapprehension Ha said that the confusion arose through Mrs Thaw misunderstanding a qliee tlon on the telephone and that the Thaws never were married In Europe Five members of the first division of the Illinois naval reserves wore drowned while practicing rowing In Lake Michigan at Chicago The boys drowned were out for a rowing orulac In the Dingy when a squall struck their boat A federal warrant has been lusuefl by United States Attorney Sothort At Outline Okla for Carrie Nation dh the charge of sending obscene matter through the malls In her temperance publication The Hatchet The war department has assigned Brig Gen Jesse M Leo to the dons mand ot the department of Vlsayns hitlpplnes and Brlr ten Waller T liiggan to the corimandof the brigade camp established at Camp Stotaen berg in Luzon Incoming steamers continue to re port cases of yellow fever at Central American and West Indian ports The steamer Alps which has arrived at quarantine at New Orleans lMn report ed that Port Limon Costa Rica had two cases of yellow fever and one death Representative and Mrs Nicholas Lonsworth who hove arrive at Part France were met by Ambassador Me Cormick and the entire staff of the American embassy tho Marquis of Chambrun and representatives of President Pallleree The navy department has made pub lie tho results of rule practice with the big guns of the navy on various ships The trophy winners are the Wisconsin In the battleship class the Baltimore In the cruiser class and the Perry in the torpedo boat class Former President Grover Cleveland It 111 at his home at Princeton N J hut how seriously Is not known out side tho family circle Mr Cleveland Is suffering from an attack of asthma to which he Is subject The funeral of Mrs Tonnor wife of Tames Tanner coramandeMnchlef of the Grand Army of the Republic who was killed In an automobile accident at Helena Mont was held at Washington Charles Benson aged 2C shot and killed Mrs Anna Wallin housekeeper at the Benson home Holdrodge Neb and then Idllcd himself Japanese foreign trade for the first six months of 190C shows nn increase of 10000000 in oxportti and a decrease of 130000000 In Imports aa compared with the same period of 1905In the course of nn address before the naval committee of the chamber of deputies at Pairls France M Thomson minister of marine announced that the construction of six Ironclad warships would be begun this year The United Statestransport Thomas le reported to be ashore on a cciral reef near the leland of Guam Robert L Dix a negro who was to lave been hanged at Birmingham Ala on August 3 for the murder of sawsuccessfullythe county jail The torn and mangled bodies of Peter Barrieand Peter Reano were found on Bald mountain near Dead wood S D With peveral other boys they went up the mountain to put off dynamite In celebration of the Fourth The otherri returned home leaving Barrio anti Reano to put off the lout allot They tailed to pet away soon enough Their bodies were scattered overra distance of 100 yards Gregorla Araneta solicitor general of the Philippines ban been selected to iuccfcd Mr eyas attorney general of the Insular government at ti iltll1ryor7JQOO per annum With tho termination of the filsW general session the 28th annual meet ing of tho American Library associa Ion which has been lu session at pastreight days tame to an end C W Andrews of Chicago was llectCtlllr06o ident at tho closing tension Mr Carnegie the British charge at Pelting China has finally settled the British claims growing out of tho anti foreign riots at Nunchetig China pays 20000 Indemnity for the killing of the child of a British missionary and 3600 for the Diltltth mission property destroyed When Sir Joseph Ward new pre mler of New Zealand stepped from tho train at Oyster flay to Keep a luncheon engagement with ProaldeutuRooe volt ho frankly said the thing nearest his heart in America was the devel opment of a reciprocity sentiment be tweet New Zealand and tho United StatosIman Amorlean bank vice president of the National Candy Co and prom inently counooted with a number of other largo enterprises tiled at his homo at Dotrolt Mloh from heart troubleThe report of the joint committee of tho Chicago Commercial associa flea anti the Illinois Manufacturer aecoclatlnn appointed to Investigate the packing Industries of Chicago has been made public The committee says That a board of tho character employed with IlfofusII atonal Ideals and gal lal fluenced by an Aesthetic sense embodies aomothlng of necessity and I something more of luxury should liud tho product wholesome the yards generally cleat and the Inspection I efficient to o to cover the A IIltuatlonIdred pound In grain carrying rate and the ostablltthment of a cent and u I quarter grain lease differential hu been announced by the Missouri Pa clflf pnd Texas Pacific railroads at 1 New Orleans La John Alexander Dowlo resumed tho witness stand In the hoarlrii of tho Zion City controversy In tho Unltoil States court at Chicago lie oamo Into coort for the purpose ot Introduoln I his last will which Is said to hUt considerable bearing on the ownership of the ZIon City propertied The Venezuelan Ivgatlon has r v Illternollrolatlons formal roeumptlitfl of tbe iireeldeney The seventh annual convention of the International Federation of Cow inwelal Travelers organlaatlon at PutIn flay 0 adopted a resolution declaring for two cent rate topapathe traveling The revised Red Cross convention and protocol wore signed by tho plq potentiaHtM of the powers In the course of the final sitting of the IB tornado LgL Red Cross eonferenco at Geneva Switzerland The Chicago Alto railroad and John N Fultborn and Prod A Wann formerly officials of the road woro convicted In the United States at Chi Cage ot Illegally granting rebate to the SchwarzBchlld ft Sulaborger Pack Jng Co Under the law the maximum sentence of the court may be a fine of 110000 for each of the three defendants After one of the most remarkable ox perlencoe In the history of aerial navi gallon James K Allen the aeronaut who made a balloon ascension Providence on the Fourth of July wnll brought to Boston on the licking 1 schooner Francis V Sylvia Allen I was picked up at sea 12 miles oft Chatham 186 hours uftor his depart ure from Providence Allen hot a I narrow escape from death by drowning the winds that prevailed hall blown his balloon a long distance Trop shore Durlug his flight Allot covered a total distance ot about JOO tulles nearly half of which was over water The point where ho was plcttel tip is about 77 miles tram Province town In a direct line At the courtmartial trial of Adm Rojostvcnsky at Cronstadt Russia for tho surrender of the It dove In Uio battle of the Soa of Japan the cur geons of tho Bedovl testlffed that Adm Rojostvbnsky owing to his wounds was partly nut ot his head Irrespon sible and Incapable of passing ordera to surrondort German Insurance jcoinponlea wilt pay In full says F Bopp German con sal who recently returned to San Frunclsco from Germany whore he In vestlgated the standing uf the com panics doing business on the coast E Spencer Stanhope son of a wealthy English family committed sui clde by cutting his throat at River side Cal It Is said that Stanhope father Is a member of tho British parliaments time since April 18 so Joons are permitted to reopen at San Francisco Licenses had been granted to about COO and all did a rushing bust flees Count Paul Kisseleff court master ot Emperor Nicholas of Russia tiled suddenly at the station at Anoesmasso France while on the way to Vichy the Ira 9utnarnMussseries of political and rte ands The officers promised to sat f the service demands If the inu et could return to duty but the inch replied ihattliey Would be satia fled only with compliance with all ot their demands huetiI head mortally wounding at I St Louis Ill because she declare t lie had threatened to kill her with Ii bttchot r I R SPECIAL RHORT chsns Taken of HUiul null Dtfiil in the United States Deafness la a More Common Defeat In the Northern Part of the Country Than In the Southern- WnehhigtonAjiont one person In every 1200 was blind sail one In tory SCO persona was deal lu the United States lu 1900 according to n MBcdal census report on tho bllgd and lied just lieuod by tho educate otnce The Inquiry was conducted nude the direction of Dr Alexander Graham Doll who determined the scope of the Investigation and wrote the text of the report on tho abut The total number of blind In tho United States In 1900 wan C1703 of wlmm 3CC4S wore totally blind and 82118 partially Wind Those figures onlyII not looatod by the onnuiorater Of- I tho t6tal bllnd37064 wore males and 17709 fSnalea BHiidnew Is chiefly IlorI20 years of age About onetenth of 101hOthan among the whites and greater among tIle foreign born whites than among the native whites In about live per cent of the eases of Mlndneri reported the parent of the Mind we1- 00l1111nll Of tho blind wliuoo parents related IS per rent were eon blind while among the blind whose parlors were not cousins the proportion ronlenltally blind was only tenIimged In some gainful ocruimtlwi Tho porcontage of persons wtgugcd In pro tnlllOrI oil population Dotfnoee oil the whole the report says In tenure common IN tho northern part of the Uyltnl States than In the dfIMolly fleet From the fatter Haw how two are eliminated those Merely hate et hearing MADE A RECORD RUN Trip To SanJtian Iri Three Days and Nineteen hours San Joan 1 It Tba entoer ObftrlOntofl with SecfMHry lleet wl party OA boats has arrived Mre- Ties CbarlMlcHt Mtiered the harbor at considerable weed She eblabltoked a record ran between New York anti San Juan making the ilhUlnce In three days and 19 hones The trip down was Huevenifal As the Charleston ealereil the her bor she received sable from Macro Castle and tile Italian cruiser Umbrae Gov Winthrop sad his secretary A JI Frasor went on hearth the crulior ami after the Qnmanlf8of the soeretary party ashore In uaval launches They were greeted at tIM landing of the naval station by Cap Retiree comroamtent of the atatlen awl his staff the Marines being drawn up lit honor of the necrotary A number of prominent ctllaeH t- nalUnt the eecreUry ONLY TEN MILES AN HOUR The American Boat Train Passes Through Salisbury Slowly Salbrfmry Hnja UBDroftaeat is repQrtot In Ute chndtpsa of lt6berC S Crlicholl of Chloitosinus of the Injured passenger of the Plymouth flefitnor cxproM Hli iwlso wits weaker Tho othor In tho in firmary nro doing os well OB could lIe expected When tho American best train pawed through Salisbury It trav eled at the rate of only ten mile alt hour Tho two tectfbns of the trait carried 140 paMpfiger Tile Onglno wore doublr manned JEALOUS HUSBAND Went Out To Kill a Ivian and Shof the Wrong Fellow Auburn CalA double alrwtfng took place at Last Chance a min ing town In tho mountains 23 miles from Auburn Charles Dorkn a sa loonkeeper became Jealous of Yank Tillotsou auperlutendcnt of the Homo Ticket mine and started out to kill him Ho met William Pollfka and taking him for Tillotson shot him dead When he learned his mlilakn ho continued his hunt for TIIIot on Tho latter had heap Informed ofJho shooting and Its cause and when Dor ka approached Tlllotson shot him Dorkn It Is believed is mortally wounded Wife Murderer Electrocuted Boston John Schldlofskl a Jlthun Ian of Bronktpn was electrocut f Chado4ownBelmonl SchldlofeklH defense was that he had been drluklng and the crime was unpremeditated King and Emperor Meet Tromllijem Norway Emperor Wil liam has arrived hero onthe Hamburg King Haakon Immediately wont on- t hoard and the two mOnarchs embrace cordially They remained together In i the stale cabin for 40 minutes FIVE STAGES HALTED AND HELD UpiA LONE HIGHWAYMAN OBTAINED CONSIDERABLE BOOTY btagee Were Traveling Sufficiently Far Apart To Avoid Each Others Dust Wawona CalJoIvo Yosmnlta val toy stages were held up by a lone highwayman wbO obtained a Coil tdorahle niiiount of money and Jew fury The conveyances ware halted ln rapid IIbcelon at n curve In the rwuli near Ahwaneo at the Identical pot whore a lone bandit operating a year ago relieved several wealthy tourist + of their valuables Tbo utagen were traveling sulllolttntly far apart to avoid each others dust and when tho first vehicle reached the turn In the road the highwayman whose features wore oamplatoly hidden by n duster thrown over hU head stepped out pointed n gun nt tho driver end commanded him to halt Sonic of the women iau AunIgors screamed but othora began Wildly to secrete tholr Valuables This hTgh wayinan directed nil passenger to throw out their there and Jewsiry and when the under mot with eomtttt anco directed the driver to move on Tho second stake ftulvod within n few minutes alter tlio first and dine driver and lscnxors miffBred a lfud tar oxiiertowtt The procot wBar posted until nil ATe hail been halledt and robbed when the bandit dllftpjKw poarod In the brnehSTHE FIRST PARAGRAPH Augmentation ofthe Land of tho Peasants DyUprStiltlon St Prtewbwn =first oam nB i of ho nrufKieod Agrarian tew rlo the UHgiHontmlon at Iho lawn e r the peaeent by the roprlAdlrl of all Mate and crown 111rsaid church and HMimstory kale him been aceeplml hy the eflWMtteHta tt the lower house with pmeUenl nj nlrnlly The o nilld ba Mr fifth locked horns over the laude of exiMM itHtioH ami the jnetfod of dlatoMl ifprfVate ee4ate5 nml thoonil to not yet J In sight The determlMtlfln to QStmorkito church Ian4 which In dlUptto to the great odes owned by tlw taw aMorlea lie Mwllem like u ktr of tbe easBHMW Hbw4a ta Amertoa In earth tracts thfoe houf the ramify ctrl MHHirt the local otergy wMI cause eompllcattoiM Sitab aeUon wovM deprive the perish priests of uprincipal pert of their nhnty atMlvr nat an l nM elUlM nn egelMeat- rota sons other toMtea SPENTQUETDAY w f Arose EarlY ihd Put In Time Rsjcilnfli Ncwspaper New York liwry g0aj1hitaiKtnt a quiet dry in had no vMtor lie bides M 7 oele t an l remalnetl In his coil teaming tiitr noweiwiien antil 10 etmA wetr IMt Rti n4e4 Ute prhoti Mirvlte eassdeotelt by OwoMlH Wade After elmrrtj hn oxeroliod smith Ute eater male prteon we In the TOMB rant AMdeUmt Dtetrkt Attorney Cerran was at his alike working on the Tw r use He WM TtelteH by 211se IMtMV McClure an artroe playing at pit + toat In a Ilrewrfway pnHluotMa 8JI wins aoeomMnle4 by ior meter troll tho three were e4oasyed for MHriyhn hour toflether Mr Oervmn rew eUl6 dhKiuw what WM the anhfeet nt Utd oenfwono or what Information be HI1 t- obtalaid KILLED INSTANTLY Armed Desperado Threatened To 1 Shoot Everybody In Oar Charlotte NZOn an I andtrain between Vllml itetot d man a man named hAulroyvlllo N C tJllu IfllltNtatCoach and ehowlng nnnod nnnouneod hit Iniotttlon atlttu Ing everybody In thu oar A paseen got named Ulndene a oltlicn of Sued man tired at Ktiltaon hilling Item In ntnntly A loaded revolver was rouII1- In ouch of KtlllMtte hamS anti tx tTe m hte love was a hug of whlikjr Tirodsoe imrrndorcd himself to the au tborlUaH 4 +Greatly Exaggerated Vlgo Snln Tho IntubpnllBajl on boanl the Russian cruiser 1iek anchored hero havo beep tati nxagsaratod There was no truth Il1 thg ilfltomejJt that n mutiny had curred on board J To Grant Amnesty London It la declared to bo Edg peror Williams Intention to srent a somewhat extended amnesty on Uie gccoslon of the baptism of his grand Eon first born of Crown Prince jFrederick William t d 4Heavy Loa- nLondonThonunlgipalltysif t III n oan 0 O fTofrD at rivo per cent Issue pTTcjo 90 wllli or Jfortgxi syndicate The riurport ofiJiS1 Is the redemption tat the watery n brltl loan anti otter bdadr 10 Born on the Fourth of July I The Infant son of Crown X rrlticcsB Frederick Wlllfam wnli born on tho Fourth of July tfnd the American colony has resolved to pro tent him with nn ofnittAebtal silver fcnp emblazoned with tho stars nn4Istripes and tho American eaglo t Killed Himself on Church Sftps Simpsonbecretarytreasurer Vinegar Co of this city shot nnit killed hfntsclf on tho church slep1 of St Marys In the hlglilands No motlvo hind beep assigned for the deed O AND Tf I 1 PolVfj I- l tWIDTH OF TIRE TO DRAFT 4 A figures Taken from Bulletin of the MlYfourl Agricultural Experiment Station An Ohio eorrwpondent writes an Inquiry regarding some leetn ns to the relative draft of wide and DArroW tired wnKOua on all Itlmls of roads and fields to which the Ohio Farmer re plies that the bulletin referred to wes probably bulletin No 39 Missouri Agricultural experiment station which ghee tho results of the extensive teats ly 1rof J II Water The net lORd uHd won always one ton but the six fnuh tired wagon was Jas pounds heavier than the 14lnehllred one k making tho lands 3JJS and S881 pounds respectively when the wagons were not etmninbered with mud Then IIItR were as follows In brief On flood rnflftutnnv roadJi the draft ot the Wide tires was 2C per cent IeSS than the narrow On gravel road wide Ure fir itl per cent IBM On dirt roads jlry nml mooth no dUll wide tire ww 208 per rend leN On day road deep spongy unid drying on top wldn tire war 8f to 01 par cent less than narrow Onnroailot pasture stubble from ot- to try wide tire wAs from 17 to 120- JltJr cent less than narrow Ordinarily th difference Would not bo so marked KB the dlfforenre In width of Brie Is not tIO great usually But there is no UUMtton vf the great advantage In having wide tires Another feature Ga tls tiupurtaut and that has been t nforjwl by law In eonle wwntles Is to have the width of trend In the rear and forward ulilus different Vhls pre vents the wheels from tracking and iJtvwt e iltlnK up the road to a great xtent A VEGETABLE POISON EcmeOIt s ggdb Gerald Mo Wrthf of the North Carolina Acritultur Department A nttxalelind elilUlreu frequently eat J lhe t0m and bulbs of poisonous r ants wttto fatttl rMtill To knew just what to de to relieve vegetable potianlnt In litghtly Important Per nltnali not tnHch ran be done A draft of warm UWMed lard poured down the throat et the animal from a tonicHeckPd bottle will generally re eve the pain and In most casrr when used teen after theetfeat of the pot ion lieeomts visible wilt save tile ani iaar Ufe cIn std of children a promptrmetlf mould be hg first thing Sulphate ol zinc from 94 to 30 grains In a cupful- of VaYm water Is effective III Is a teaspeobfnlof mustard In a cup of ytfrm wtttir After the rinetic iDts nriesl give fbnlto sweet oil edam or Trth milk If tho pain U severe from live to ten drops of laudanum may be added to the oil cream or milk If the patient becomes drowsy give strong coffee or whisky In small rcpMttNj doses and keep jmtlont walk lag Children should be taught to avoid eating strange plants and stork liowW net be turned out too rail when hunger fewc them to tot r plants ttbr ininallhttvely avoid at J PROTECTING I SPRING WATER Use orn ltJarrel Will Prove Sat isfactory to Man and Beast I A IIMVJ barrel may be hard to Rood ajjftj tnie to protect a spring and to I in kerivtterlnic trough li rut Into I two jfInl1 placed as shown In cut Till nrniNo pnoTWTRD- Onehalf may Inverted and placed over ih opening of the spring and connected liy a pipe with the other Imff which Is used an a drinking ves del for tho stock suggest tho Farm end Home By keeping both tubs coy rrtd he Hater la kept clean and ren dered fit for people to drink A good stone foundation under tho tubs will support them In position even though live stock tramp around them a good dlalA drinking cup may be hung inside the top over tho spring openluz tot the use ot thirsty travelers pA I TAriM FACTS r IJFlthlReedA with briers turf adds beauty to the landscape The uraua crop Is worth more thnn we generally Buppoiw Klep up tho buildings tor tho looks of tho thing If for nothing else Mtirh improvement has been made In the varieties of our grains but none lu our vorletiuH of grosses Tie cultivator should be put to work while tho weeds lire small so small LJ that they dont make much show And weeds must be kept down if cood crop rcaUlis nro expected i The roots of alfalfa frequently grow C to 15 feet enabling It to draw much of Its rood from the subsoil It thus tirlcics the land for succeeding crops 1rrind wrtcr opens It np to Uio uctlon of cJr MAKING COOD ROADS How It Was Done In an Indiana County Without Any Extra Outlay of Money An expert on highways says that It costa about 1000000000 annually to haul the farm products of the United StateH and that ot this sum 000000 000 or thcenilhs are wasted In the energy expended In overcoming the resistance of bad roads Put lu another way Good roads would cost a great sum but for bad rondo the people lire actually paying an oven higher price The sweeping assertion la Implied In this statement flint the roads are bad everywhere This Is by no means the case but It may be truthfully said that tbero are few portions of public highway In ex istence that could not be mlle consid erably better It does not seem that aftumenjt In required to convince land owners who bear the main load of carrying on tile work of road building that good roads are to be desired That Is admitted and they also accept the responsibili ty of furnishing the most of the fm fciense Minis required for building rends In the future All that has been effected and It may be said that tile greatest difficulty has been removed acceptthesity It Is a fart that land owners and farmers generally tho country over are well convinced that the agitation of recent months over the question of road Improvement has not tome from themselves but from manufacturers and owners of automobiles and bicycles Their name Is legion and their claims are founded In reason Nevertheless attention should bo given to the fact that already Immense stuns are expended each year on tit roads of the unmtry and that possibly there is nut enough to show for the millions that are BO freely furnished by the taxpayers The experience of our homo district may bo of Mine Interest to other road wurWere writes a Wayne rounty mud correspondent of the Prairie Farmer This road district Is In the Western part of Wayne county Ind It In a iKipulous cptinty nUll a great deal of heavy hauling Is done on the roads I MAD MAKING IN rAMTTTA Though Their Method Are Pre and Yur aril Thrtr Tu9la Mixtlr Old Koohtooed the j UIV Vn Their Wbrk Well ant tKe Mitln HoaDi et Cahnittx tVIII campsttJ J avraWy with These t Any 21atera Tewnl- at all times of the year except In the winter haws when heavy loads are forbidden J y law Pram the very beginning the care and stipervlsloii of the roads of this district had been under then who InN In tho country netgliborhoods That hi to my no one except u farmer bad over had ountrol of the mad work The road were not In good rend tion notwithstanding there was gravel In abundance ID be had at a small price per load It was not an unusuul thing for loads to stall at times when them was no real occasion for the roads to be In an Impassable condl Ion Mud holes and nuts wow the rule and where gravel wan placed fan the tstdS HWBS In bifuches unevenly spread Stones were lying In way and aflfer a rain ihen w ia n ditch In the middle of thl road worn by the feet of hortos hitched to Mhgle rig There Was no oomplfilnt made es pecially Everybody roomed to think tho roads were as good as the money Wtiild pay for and so tho eoridlUon went on from year to year with but little Improvement and no plans for aI changeThree years ago however the work of superintending the roads In thlH dill trict wait Voted to Dr N R Oonaday n practicing physician Dr Cannday had been over these roads for 30 years day and night i tl In all sessbns of the year UP wiia frequently stuck In the niud and not always was able to return without broken harness and dmagcd Vehicles Dr Canatlay had purchased nn automobile a few month before hiD npiKJlntrtleht on rtUperln tSndent and with It traveled Over thtf roads for many miles In every direction lie hud ids Ideas about road bulldlnK and started to put them In force nt once Uniler his kiupervUlon tho rtfala n alduincd Knottier appearance Ie eliminated the middle ditch he caused drains or open ditches to be kept upon at both sides of the road he graded every foot of the rinds ovet ngalhho had gIa tel plated on every mile of roan under hlsfcbarge ovary Iondof rowel Was bcrcehed at the pits and k Ihles already ti tho roads were collected Into heaps and hauled off At frequent Intervals a tnln wine stint oVer the rdad with Wagon lokded with gravel Depressions that tllght Wear Into holes were lodtod for and filled tip and tamped flown Wherever n spotnppenredto bewearlilg It was given Instant nVteritlbn All this work was with the usualambuht of money devoted to the roads of the Clfltrkt I THE GOOD SAMARITAN Sunflay School letitalotJaly 151906 Spect iI7 Preptrd for Thlt Parer LESSON T12XTLuke 1DZ47 Mem cry trttx n 14- I UUIDKN TRXrJllelIet are the ubtelamereattI T1UKA D St a few week after lee last lesson ltAEtn l eri kayoed Jordan Tn scene uf the parable wee on the road tx tw ron Jeniftnlhn sad Jericho 8CKI1TUHB UKKKUENCKS Work of lou and iiwrty u a charntitrUutloi of the kingdom or heaven Enjoined In the Old TcitQinont e B Irpv 213 Ua BM Jar TM Hw G6 Mle lit TuUiht In the New Testament by Christ Malt tilii 712 21 r23s 2155 26tst46l Luke 1D213t itc Hy the apontlei 1 Cor np Z Cor 11b Kpn Mt 2 TAen 217 1 Tim 8lil Tn l e u i lice IIN lj JIti Jas Xtl tfc lli 1 Pet IrDune In the namu ot C rwt Matt 2e t J 1JilJ lJl Coi s17 Ctiriif own ev ample tail Ulv IUKU tlltl Join sra i 2 cor srr ew Comment and auggtatlve Thought V zS Stood dp nose to maiuati his purpose 01 u tiiseussioii THIS Ira piles that Jesus was in tfome noose perfcai ulstotinrtnfe qu this very sun Jut ct eternal lUll And tomptei him lUMlicr tested or tried huh as to hie teaming wneihor they were wise mid gooa and arcofded with or lliiereni rem the tencninga ot the scribes lie tested hUll by come of the ontrovertetr questions of tno day Saylnc Master or teacher equine Itiu to mum ut rttjbonl Jesus WIU lab acknowledged teacher as the lawyer vtift 1v oat shall I do to Inherit I eternal life How CliO I BB a child of Clod inherit Irtfia lay lieavonlj Father and BO lave possession ot uUrnftt lilt Hlirnal Ille cannot ba earned nor bought but only Inherited I V lli lie said unto him Jena did not himself quote the command jucntB da in the ease ot the rich young ruler Luke 18iS24h but as it was the ImsineM uf this scribe to know the Scrtiiiiiren II lidus bu acknowledge their authority and taught them lie rttferrcu the question back to hlnl What Is written in the law JIlt thus avoided all carping criticism V Z7 And he answering said quoting Deut 05 anti Lev 1918 It was probably a wollkuowasummury V as Thou hast answered right Fur ho had taken not tradition but the Scriptures lor his authority Hence his answer agreed with the tca hIp of Jesus V W Tho Jewish scribe willing 1 e desiring to justify himself be- uleee he was not so sure that be lived up to the standard and possessed this love which was eternal life Sale unto Jesus And who le toy neighbor The lawyer apparently thought that by I certain limitations as to who were meant by his neighbors Jews spelled large be might still feel some assur ance that ho was possessed of eternal Hie V 30 A certain man went l Will going dOwn fom Jerusalem to Jar Icbo The road was a thfur there v1tIlI1OlUrh road as Is fnmlllai to usrvpry dangerous lylhg much of the way in a deep ravine through soft rocks In which eaves and chambers nbmiritlinl It Ik ytlll necessary to have tin tort In passing over that road V SI A certain priest Jericho wg one ot the residences of the priests who took turns at ministering In trio tflmpte lie pasewl by on the other side of Uo ravine as fur as possible from the wounded man V W And HhewlM a Levlte A Levlte was ono of this tribe of Levi- a priest was of the family of Aaron In that tribe The LeTttea performed the humble services of tho temple ai cleaning carrying fuel and acting ai choristers V Jl DUt n certain Samaritan The fiunTrltitii Vere n nilxed race descended frpm acbninilh lednncesiry of Jews tint heathen llf the time of the rtptlvlty V 3 Uound up his wtlltnJlreo qulrlui personal care anti gentleness pouring lu Hither on them U V oil and wine the tiStial remedies lu the east and cpmroondod by Greek and Latin physicians trim on hit own beast while hfe himself walked llfilde him V15 And on the morrow le took out two pence denarll front ale girdle worth nooiit 1C cents each but the usitnl pay for n days labor luatt 202 so that it teas eijulvaleut io 3 or J4 In our day Whatsoever thou pendefit more etoiHo did all he could consistently with his other dutiesV 6 Which now of these three was proved became neighbor unto hlinj Ask yourself not whom you ore bound to love and nld but whom you would wish to love you and aid you tr you needed It and you will know who Is your neighbor Mac larenV 37 Qo and do thou likewise Then you will know that you have eternal life The question With him now wriEf no loriger ono oftiuoderetuiiJ Ing the lhw but of obeying It not Who la my neighbor but Do I love blm 1rnctlcnl Application 1 The tout of our love to God la our expressed love to our neighbor be cause that Is the outward visible fruit of love to God 2 Jesus Christ wan the best type and example ot the filled Samaritan Tho human taco had fallen rihrtifg thieves and had been robbed of hope chat actor happiness heaven Dat Jesus cams from heaven because he had convpacslon Ho bound up mans wounds nt Infinite cost He brought blm to the Jnn his church the com pany of his people the palace bran llul he cares Tor him to the cad SIXTY CENTS A DAY Women Workers In Feather and Ar tificial Flower Trades in Paris Live on That Sum How to live on CO cents a day lea problem which the PnrlB eyndlcat of women workers In the feather and artificial flower trades solves or at tempts to solve The problem Isal one which thousands of girls or women in Paris have to face somehow In the trades mentioned CO cents a day Is the average pay The budget drawn up by the union Is a pathetic miracle of thriftiness It contains over CO Items of expenditure and ac counts for every penny Rent beads tho list and Is down for 30 a year Heating costs 1 a month for six months of the year and lighting iiJO for the whole twelve months Ex ponscH for meals are breakfast 14 cents a day luncheons 8 cents dn nors C cents ClotheS Includes two pairs of boots 3 ono pair of sum mer shoes to save the boots CO cents soling and heeling 100 a year two blouses at 35 cents each two dresses at 5CO each three petti coats 226 Some Items are peculiarly pathetic Matches 1 cent a month pen Ink and paper 10 cents a year portages 32 cents a year receipt stamps for quar terly rents 4 cents concierges annual tip i needles thread etc for mend Ing 3 four baths a year 60 cents household expenses C7C washing 1076Tho grand total shows a balance on the right side of about 2 annually This has to cover all extras such IB omnibus fares which are not Included In the estimate This budget has been drawn tip by the syndicate for the benefit of those ot Its members who find a dlffletilty In making both end meet One wonders how many ever manage to balance such a budget which by the way makes no provi sion for Illness Recently a netlgtiolleo landlord died leaving a will by which he exempted ajl Ills tenants from a quarters rent and bequeathed a sum ot 6000 for distribution among the caretakers or his houses and those occupants of the same who happened to be pressed for money at the time of his demise Another landlord has now died lean ing a larger sum to lute dependents than the Batlgnollea man He lived at Autell where he owned an extensive house occupied by many tenants To the caretakers concierges of this establishment the Autell land lord left In his will 100000 They are to have and to hold this money 01 condition that they remain honest and charitable people NOT MEANT FOR DIVER Nature Seemingly Had Neglected tc Fit Young Scotchman for Pro fission He Desired Not all men are fitted for all things The fact that an Individual Bhlnra In- one profession Is no proof that he nay adopt any career with equal sue Rob whose adventures are recorded in Mr Whllmarshs The Worlds Rough Hand was ft goat fellow and donbttan played his part in the world with credit to himself but he was not bur to be a diver as his experiences show One of the greatest dangers In diving is that of panic The quality a diver needs more than any other Is presence of mind A young Scotchman six feet tall by the same of Rob applied to roe for a position as diver He had a sweet heart at home and tempted by the high wages was nnxlous to learn the business One time when work was slack I let him go down I told him minutely how to manage screwed on his face glass and sent hint under I felt him land on the bottom and signal that all was right Then be walked away from the boat paying out most of the line After a Ilttlohe stopped I Imagined him resting and thought he was doing remarkably well All at once I noticed n dark blad derlike object floating at some die tanto from the boat At first I thought It was a turtle Something made mo look at It moro carefully and then I began to haul tho line In The turtle was Rob As ho drew nearer wo could hear him screaming his loudest Inside the swollen dress- I got hIm alongside unscrewed the escapeValve and hauled him on deck All the time he was crying Let in outWhen Rob came to his senses wo learned that he had become fright ened lest his dress should burst and had screwed the escape valvo the wrong way keeping in the air Instead of letting It escape He lost his prep ence of mind altogether and fell down Tho confined air accumulated In the bulkiest part of the dress andL floated him J Tie second attempt Rgb made as a diver nearly cost him his life He made tho very same mistake with the Valve Then crazed by fear he be gan to Unscrew his lace glass For tunately for his Sweetheart he lost consciousness before he got It off He was delirious for some hortrfl after we had hauled him up We decided he was not nt for a diver and that his road to fortune lay In some other direction Youths Companion Xeybnd the Pale But tidys the Visitor to the old frlcind Whom she has not seen fur years you will pardon my seemin suggestSeveralcould be more econbtrilcally man aged Economy says the hostess with some hautear Pardon me but our position In society la such that ire Miauot afford to save monerWe B Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1860 PCACES fNE BEST EDUCATION IN REACIOFAW- Over 40 Teachers and SOD Students from r26 States Lamest Calleee Library In Kentucky flO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for j ouag- ttaen and Domestic Science foryoung ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSES Por teachers Three courses leading U County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADiiMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business and for lire COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical loading U Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory W are here to helpnil who will help themselves toward a Christian sducatloti Our instruction is d tree gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must alee pay for board in advance Expenses for fall form of 14 toeokri may be brought within 52050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tern of 11 weeks 24115 Fall term opened September 13 Winter tern opened January 3ond Spring term will opett March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christiana Disciples Congregt tionalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all donomistticaa For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky 1 Geee ee eee Q emeee 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES S Pbriie 188 Rfchmoad Ky ICUTFLOWERS I DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS I L M HII re- lkritk RkKktkkkitkkrrKkPkkkl7krrkiiYYiRkrYkKStkfkkrrrkkklt 0 Furniture Carpets Matting 4 s and Lace Curtains Ia s tTakea look through our stockit will surprise you how well itf reasonably we can supply your wants c- tNew Florence drop top ballbearing Sewing Machines at r to nod 35worth 50 CO nod 05 iY t CRUTCHER EVANS Richmond Ky S Allnyriio Tai tilght Phone 4700 yt a If dlSr S71i17ailil iitSlAilAt1171at71it76itiAA11 ihkt4Awi Akil7els6t Nr takkAiOAilitO Carriage Satisfaction Here IBuggies Phaetons Eunabout3Surries Traps Durable GracefulUseful Comfortable Stylish bOcrloiliacarriages invaiiably give 01NOWWe repilntrepairand retire get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c F HIGGINS Prop R7c a ietei Ky Madison lIE tHHoE E8 MsoIlsclereraFacyt1e ICr iileP CwiriMctt Ship SWN CrUsfcca Cwti Etc 1 Our rGOL0 DUST Roller Floor wW fcv 7 bud teHat gPR1D8 OF MADISON It tMtlier EiceUwl FhiM ldel Potts Duerson YWw teWi ItJ 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 ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for bose who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and A young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra feesr ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college I COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical courses x with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea 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 about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who arc supporting LJerea 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 books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes arc necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cdSt LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildipgs in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term Soloo in lower Model Schools J6oo in courses with 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 Incidental J Fee no refunding and roomrent for term 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 dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse 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 pay according to the value of their labor Ex cept 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 the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week J6The best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall 5Tlt is important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 SfiyFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY THE AMERICAN BOY Br Luor K FULNERY CONCLUDED Depend upon it if like poor old Roseau the summit of your earthly aspiration is to live In an orchard with an amiable woman and a cow you may never attain to that Late ll frosts may nip the fruit the woman may not be amiable and instead of lbercow she may bring her mother But boys aim for a large bluegrass estate a stable full of thoroughbreds J a herd of Jersey cattle and you may possibly induce some woman wise or otherwise to share them with you 11But seriously boys dont quarrel with your youth curb that restless impatience The whole world has f just been opened up to the public 1 in your casoand it is a blooming ffresh place for you Be a jolly F wholesouled wholesome Boy spelled with a capital B and when the time comes to be through with that be a man not a cowardly cringing rat or- B longtolled mouse but a man with a boys heart and your life will be a season of satisfiedexistence Beware lest the time come when you will bless the lagging feet of the golden years slipping away and youhavelife in trying to be a man too soon Patties desiring to rent sewing machines for a month of more can get some at R H Chrismans Fur niture store There never was a good war or a bad peace Benjamin Franklin A good square piano for salo or rent at ChriamanB the furniture man J I Kentucky State News 1 THE HARQI8 TRIAL Sensational Teatlmony Repeated Oft Witness Stand Poattyvlllo Ky July ItCopt D J Ewan repeated till sensational tost mony on tho witness stand which convicted Jott and White for tho murder of Marcum Harglt asked the witness to go out for a walk with Marcum and return alone the witness Inferring that Hargls wanted him to kill Mar cum Hargls asked the witness to ro sign as deputy sheriff after the klllln of Marcum In order that ho could net aa a Juror In case any one was Arrested for tho murder Jim Mann said Hargls asked him to kill Marcum and promised to protect him Witness refused becauso his eyesight was bad Hargls later told him all arrangements had been made Attorney Young was frequently tho court not to abuse tho wunelle1- Tho witness said he and were friendly nnd Attorney Young wanted to know It they were buddies ASSAULTED BY NEGRO Driven Off By Small Children Scream- Ing Ford Ky July 11rl Anderson Crawford was assaulted and brutally beaten by an unknown negro at her home near this place She was In thi follJowthe waist Several of her children wore In tho room and they set upon tho negro and began to scream Mrs Crawford grappled With her assailant She succeeded In driving her assailant off and fired two shots at hlm lie CrawfordItry Is out searching for the fellow and he will not be Jailed It caught tire Crawford is In a very critical condition and not expected to live CAUGHT THE THIEF His Body Was Found In Front of the Door Richmond Ky July 11Tom Bag gfo a farmer near College Hill has for some time been missing things from his residence Determined to catch the thief ho udJusted a gun In front of the door with ono end of a string tied to tho trigger and the other end to the door knob so that when the door was opened tho gun would be discharged When Baggie who had been away from homo returned he found John Woods aged 53 lying dead in front of his door with his bead noar ly blown oft- Husband Shoots Wife Suitor Hlckman Ky July 1L Jim Lambert fcilled Clay Dunn at Dorena 1010 four miles from hero For two year Lambert had been displeased with Dunns attentions to his wife It Is said and warned him to cease Dunn pailS no hood it Is said and Lambert wont after him with a doublebarreled shot gun firing both barrels into Dunn eye blowing part of the head off He gavo himself up Sympathy Is with Lambert Republican Nominations Hodgcnvlllo Ky July 1fThe republicans of the Fourth congressional and Third appellate district of Ken tucky met here for tho nomination of candidates for congress and appellate Judge M 1 Heavrin of Ohio county was named for congress Wallace Jones of Adair county was nominated to oppose J P Hobson Dog Tax Law Opposed Frankfort Ky July ll Tho now dog tax law was held to bo constitu tional by County Judge Polsgrove and James Clarko was fined 25 for har boring a sheepkilling dog and refus ing to have it killed An appeal will bo taken to the circuit court Dying From Burn Louisville Ky July 11Albert Smith who came hero two months ago from Cincinnati and who was burned In I gasoline explosion It In a dying condition and tho pbyelctans at tho city hospital say hU recovery U Im possible Is In Dangerous Condition Irvine Ky July 1L Irvine Manns and Ambrose Farthing became Involve ed in a difficulty over a woman and Farthing shot Manna with a double arrelcd shotgun making ovor 80 wounds In the face and nook Manas is In a dangerous condition Fight TaxHenderson Ky July ItThore watt a flat fight here between City Attorney John Francis Lockett and for ner City Tax Collector Thomas Ayes over the collection of some tax bills Ayes swore out a warrant for Lockert Died From Effects of Operation Paducah Ky July 11In the death of E P Noble this city lost one of its most prominent men A few days ago Mr Noble was operated upon for ap- pendicItis and complications set IB resulting In his death Met To Hear Complaints Louisville Ky July 11The Kea tacky state railroad commission met td hear complaints of discrimination filed by merchants against railroad companies An adjournment was taken until July 28 To Testify In Hargls Cast Frankfort Ky July ILIn custody or a guard of the state prison Curt Jett and Tom White left here for Boat yville to testily ia the case of Hargta CtUdwa THEMANOTmHOURISMILUKOF CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRATS WANT HIM FOR PREMIER In the Event of the Formation of a New Ministry By Them St Petersburg July 11Prof Paul M Mllukoff appeara as tho man on whom tho constitutional democrats are uniting for premier in tho event of a successful issuo of tho negotiations for the formation of a constitutions democratic ministry Prof Mouromt gaff president of tho lower house of parliament and Ivan Petrunkovltch tho legal authority among tho mom bers of the house also are mentioned favorIplain spoken Tver Zomatvoist slid Prof Mouromtsoff because it is felt that ho is needed in his present place Tho choice of Prof Mllukoff U also inspired by tho desire to placo a man who was excluded from parliament on a technicality at tho bead of tho goy eminentM loader of tho constitutional democrats in parliament was most outspoken in favor of Prof Mllu koff declaring that ho was the most sensible and clearoathcadod states man tho patty could produce and in every way fitted to assume the rospon sibi lidos of tho premiership M Na boukoff intimated that tho constltu tlonal democrats would lay no claim to the portfolios of war navy and for elgn affairs which ho regarded as with in the imperial prerogative but like every constitutional democrat he In slated that no cabinet with a bureaucratic hoad was admissible M Anlkon a prominent member of tho group of toll In parliament baa de parted for London to attend tho socialist conference in connection with the Interparliamentary congress TUESDAYS QAMSE National League Pittsburg 6 12 3 Brooklyn 7 14 S St Louts 1 8 0 Philadelphia S61Chicago 0 0 1 Boston 2 8 S Cincinnati C 91 Now York 2 7 2 American Lugue- Pbl1adelphlaCle1eland game called end third inning rain First Gamo Boston 35 4 Chicago 671Second game called on account or rainNew YorkSt Louis game postponed on account of rain Washington 3111 Detroit 4 13 I 11 Innings American Association Minneapolis 38 2 Louisville 272 Kansas City 0 C 2 Columbus 210- Bt Paul 6 12 3 Toledo 1 8 L Milwaukee 5 6 S Indianapolis 1 I 3 Central League Orand Rapids 3 8 1 Springfield O- tI 1 First Game Canton 3 8 0 Evans yule 0 7 1 Second Game Canton 3 E 8 Ev nsvillo S 7 0 South Bend 5 91 Dayton 1 7 2 Wheeling 8 81 Terre Haute 472 ABANDONED PLAN Decided To Remain In Europe For Some Weeks Yet London July l1Mr and Mrs Dry an have temporarily abandoned their planned continental tour and have decided to remain In Great Britain until after the conference ot the intorpar lamcntary union which opens hers July 22 They will spend some time In Scotland leaving London July 15 Invitations have been pouring In on Mr Bryan and he and Mrs Bryan are kept busy keeping engagements Whitalaw Reid and Mrs Reid are to give them a lunch at Dorchofttor house before going to the house of commons to hear War Secretary Haldlno spool on army reform Continue the Search Fresno Cal July11rrhe sheriffs of Madeira and Uaripoea counties are continuing tho search for the Yosom ate stage robber A dragnet method Is being pursued by the officer as they are convinced that the Ugawajrmaa lives aot far awa- yTHE MARKETS FLOUR AND GRAIN Clnel natl July loiJoIIXWlnter pat 5L45O du fZ du fllln radeEVhentNo I red track M 0Corn- No t white quotable at MUc o 1 mix Id at MHo Oat J mixed track atl- et4e HayCholca timothy IITM 17- No J a t spring 639 iWjao Chleaeo July 10 Cub Quotations were I follows WheatNo t spring WO No II J red 710CornNo J De oho I yhoa Uo Oats No t Wo No Z whit iii eo No S white f1sao RrlIo 69U69o- 3i 49ttio fair toleiOgfedltnng LIVE STOCK Cincinnati ldC Ul ITary to loloe Un Is36Qe4e tar to UG I2S butcher ItIrt good to choice 117ft SM hir r extra MWHMi good to bole 4U4t6 cows rood to cbolce ClvJalr to aoo4 175extra n Hog Oooa to pack Ira and IiQ mixed aCIt Its H70MH llaht shippers to aaaap- igs K7S64M Sheep and LambSheep tastes stock llK3eTt lAmb Nxtra16e26 S45i good to choloe 1760 Chicago July J0CttleBeeve Uoq- Ui cows and helrer U6IO tock 7rlolHlxed an butchers eio-1a414 light 1- rough pl 4754 HHpMft6 er + t aa + Who desires the best Business in Berea 1 have n piece of property that is well worth the price r ask for itsay nothing about the business that 1 can place you in I havo for salo the Oerca Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is loo feet front and 300 feet long the build brnI 1 ness is tho most promising of any business in Berca from the fact that it is a specialty without competition I 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 Anyone desiring this property shouldcall at once on JePe BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEROA KENTUCKY ++ hWt h LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect JanIISOI Going North Train 4 Dally Leave heron 338 a in Arrive Richmond lOa m Arrive Paris 528 n m Arrive Cincinnati 750 n m- Trln20allyGoing North Lave Ikircn 77 lL1 pin Arrivo lUchuloud2t00 p m Arrive Iarun31JO pin Arrive Cincinnati OilO p tn Doing South Train 3 Dally Leave hares121 p tn Arrivo Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Itorca 12t20 a in Arrivo Knoxvlllo 730 a in- HQUItMltNT TnlM law J tarry Patio erraa4eo ehsiete0Ca4nnatls- n1 KnvxvilU In both Utradiww Trait num ber i and 4 awry rvlimii vcttlbulnl Mttftng mr ami raavlir lirtnrrn CtBcinMli I Kuo rtllc la beta dlrrrtkxt W H ROWER Ticket Agent h FEELINGLIVERISH TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer hUA llAHANTKKU ClUK VOlt 1IIttH Itching lint I Binding VnHruJing MlM In jr ate ulhorlinl to refund money If PAW- u1NT3IENTfalls to cure In 6 lo 14 dayllo sue HeartburnYou few people are exempt from frequent spells of this die complaintThe be comas Impaired while a severs gnawing or- bumingsensationtaex perlencedlntbeuppcrpart one themanywaysinwhlch the digestive organism I disapproval of Illtreatment warns you to be careful Dr CaldwellsLaxatlci Pepsindve strengtheningthereturn of the trouble PEPSINiswing from the stomach bowels liver and kidneys and because of Its purity eau be used with Impunity for both children and grown DRCALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN haltdollarYour money will be refunded K H does not benefit you ntlsPItLIIall reWowsy Do It now 00McSBeeN15 Fer Salt by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Office 4 S R BAKERDentist o KYOverOhio hours from 8 to 4 City Phone 123 Teeth citnrtai without pio Somnotorne I C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to n It Robinson All tails tJromptlnUentJcd to night and dayiTelephone No 4 Bores Ky Or rrrtrrrKrrtpttrrrs t tJI0 For Sale or i I Rent Cheap IgS Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Callon S I or address o DtiOLLIDAY s REAL ESTATE AGENT g MAIN KT IHltKA KV 1StcWtlfls4r e5 tsK lq Yv CuB at T J Moberloya and see tho best line of- COLLARS TEAK HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you nood for a horse Call and got prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky MonumentsURNS STATUARY 01Granite and Marble Monumental work ofaU kinds done in a workman 2r like manner at reasonable I prices and with dispatch f t All our work in guaranteed Golden Flora F RICHMOND KY Corner of Mali aad ColliBa Streets L I J 1ri flat of flit wllftt iRs ttttttiutttt rI II E public schools have been a good deal criticised fur what is stud to lie a neglect of thr Three RV and the tendency to special courses As a matter of fact the socalled Three Rs have probably never been more carefully taught than flow I know that there arc many people who would return to the barren instruction of fio years ago despite modem cdiuiitional method It is said that children today do tot spell and cipher an well an those of half a century ago anti treat has hsyn the laijientation over the change I But he facts are quite different It is not generally ti alDwl that actual have heen nindc by eubnhitting the eXAmination qujrstiqu of Go ycira agtitqi till children of today in similar grades rk i In the test made in Spjangfierd Mass it was fount tlrhl wliercas in 1846 there were but 40 pet cent Who spelled in the test correctly in 190 r ilfcrc vs 51 per pent In arithnjctic the contrast wnt even more rjwiiarkablci Alitxylxa iRpy per cent oi thecln ss had solved the liroliKmu corrocfly while Ih 1160 6s per cent were correct tfo much for Springfield The teats made hi Brooklyn NY were even more striking Tire Questions were given to boy and girls ill the eighth year oflbc elementary schools where the children were L flwich youngir than in the tests made in 1846 The percentage of cor I left answers nt tl t lime hml bent 29 while in Itrooklyn it wnn 71 per cent In the 4rithmetical tests in ISotO the percentage of pupils who rsccivcd 0por drat or lucre was tJ while ht Brooklyn it was 35 Six ty years ago more than two pet cent trussed every word mid more than tJr cent fjreilrd but one word correctly In the Brooklyn test there f vraft nsi a pupltwIhu missed every word nor one who spelled hut one vront yorrcttlr Agtiiu in the test in 1846 some 27 per cent mUscd 17 wprds Ar mpro while in the Brooklyn test hut n trifle more than one pr celIppHg4po bn lytne figure speak for themselves Very positive conclusions may be drawn from these figure In ltea4 of neglecting the three Rs it will be seen that our pupils are twice as proflctcM w were the dtiklrcn of 60 years ago for all their okktao brain tiring anti Mniiitereeting drill Meanwhile our modern txjurne has been extended to include execution and cnpressfon in 5m 1w whig tho e attainments that depend chielly on judgment and hem ory Tlje acquisition of skill in any intellectual or bodily function de velops a reserve of intellectual power to he drawn upon when occasion requires The work is becoming lees theoretical and mute practical along all lines I Small luster Dabbling in Real Estate By DAVID A CLARKSQN- Pretldt nt of Nw York lied Edit hoard ot Orvktr The small investor the person with a couple of hundred dol lars in the savings drank s the one who makes It possible for real booms to prevail in stytqs of iuvrstinent and op erntions in development Some years ago it was railroad stock That was when the great west was being interlaced with railroads and the undeveloped riches of the country was snaking big dividend fur the new ventures Later it was the mining tocks that tempted the small investor and million of dollars went iujto h Jlss in the grown most of which never came back Then the industrial stocks became the fashion and the small in- vestortrushtxl in nod and crop pelfenell into the market wherever he could purchase stocks of all the teinptinglookfag propositions that were to revolutionize trade a The big surceases in several incidents lent fuel to the flame of investment anti the bought uutrigjit or on a margin 35 the case may IK tilt there was nothing to be talked of but industrials Then the publicity of how some of thorn were handlcdcaitscd a muse and thui stopped to think it over ttc tliOi aniiQuuecnTcms tt1l prods bniutdcctrlficatlon o4 transit lutes bcgnn to appear and that took the minds eye tonhls flud paltyrCjS and smug little vlUfts only a brief rtflc froln tJje city tthent crtxrtict lawns and a place for the dog were aj common i the ttooVmjftrin the tats and then a couple of big transactions in sub 01 rt fIb n rjil estate appealed which occurred af the psychological ino- rflent in which the sump investor was wavering lit a 3Iti440 1- a i it 1 loll ge Campus eeocain Idlers Paradisec r I a- DY PROP WILLIAM HALFa jlleiof Department ot Lat n Univrctlly oGChleatfo 1J 1 American colleges tb day nourish lonftiig and idlers The SIUrltsarc allowed too free a rein in scfiol iintdttctl t pc9V OII 1JeJ 1 ion of the university as a place of J social and aflilctic ac r tiiiif5 pIieingrfuii above stubtflic syct ut lifts become too jtolcr HJniJi ami the lCI1iJdV1il1 in I cUiuinatibu of the elective course l tno longer TIM able tp repress the tear thatt a changed conception colleges3rlarlherIv st Il x r W allJt9lJf0V rsC vlw there yore no idlers in tiicrc va a h n when colleges wore less patient with l fljI l tft A new idea has arisen on the part of the students to take the i Ihoughtiilft li tln honorableaor e whb 1 fisnhought to do something II itja up llift twHtion of the scholarship of an il si fJbn of Msrninii preparing oneself by faithftO work forjljc bufliic s of life is JBdning t Iill for it so these precious n tic fafrjst in I r W SStliJlS nicj tCnyeUS in wjj i tttilvuyl I kand5i 1t tnttrcourSc and the fresh play of joyous young life may gq hand lit 1 jBWl perfectly Jcll arc Jcingwast Jl i The remedy lies Witliiyic7acliUfei Vhat they insist upon having i ydonCifjitudcn JHUUdo Our system has become too tolerant j i PROSPERITY FOR EVERYONE Under the Protective Policy We Al ways Have Prospered as a Nation We Indorse the wntlment of Wil liam fttcKhany that tho principle of a protective tariff Is sacred but that schedules should bo changed whoa sondltlona of Industry commerce and finance demand and not till then The National League of Republican Clubs at Philadelphia June 19 This nays tho Chicago Inter Ocean Is an excellent definition of the attitude which every thinking American should take toward tho tariff and wtilob Is taken by every such American who not only desires to prosper himself but also roallxei that In the long run no man can prosper perma nently unless ho Is willing to give others the chance of prosperity he en joys Academic theorists may argue end lessly that we could should or might prosper as well without a protective tariff as with that system For tho average man tho debate is cloicd by the observed fact that under the pro tective policy we al ways have pros pored as n nation and that whenever wo have even bob im to depart from that policy widespread Adversity has come upon us To observe and record this fact and to urgo that we govern our course by It Is net to say that existing tariff laws should In no way bs changed Those laws and the schoUula they contain were devised for practical purposes When they are shown to have ceased to serve those purposes or even to defeat them they should be changed Din the changing should always bo done with an eye single to beneficial results to oar national prosperity The argument that this or that In diMtry or locality Is not doing as well as desired Is generally a bad one for changing Uw tariff The fault may easily be elsewhere than In the lajvfc The argument that the tariff should be changed beonuw certain localities Industrie or pen are making more miney than otters think the ought t9 get Is still worse Is the worst pos clbta We went on tint idea in 1801 rrid few of OB have forgotten the no wits The thins tp remember Is that tart a are made to avnee our average prosperity as a whole people and that they stiouUl be ebaaged only when and to tar as the changes may advance the prosperity of all of us together TO THE IOWA FARMERS Something fw Them to Think About When Tariff Ripping Begins When tariff ripping btgfns bard times win begin we care not who the rippers ore whether Republicans or Domomut hoary Wallace editor of WalteeeAs Farmer tenNdM this says the Dee Moines Capital The ctieflltevls Do you went the labor ing men thrown out of employment thus defeating the home market so tar as the farmer Is concerned The laborer U the farmers best customer 2ut when the laborer Is out ot em itayhient he It nobodys customer Yell may love Albert II Oumralns But do you love him lImrlonU to vote to put him on the stump after his election to tho oRlce of governor tar the purpose ot ripping the tariff Ho has said that be is In favor of Immediate changes He especially lrItersteel trust priors will go down when buslney becomes dull Just then slso your prices will go down The sine flf 19QS would be In regard to tariff The question Js Do you know M mach when you are prosperous as jrhen you ago poor governor tii an ambitious politician ITa has IlIlt his law practice to cngpR In the tame of polltfbft You no right to follow him when dootriucs are prong as wo certainly believe them fci ho Prdiporous biislnass cannot ie nnlntolncd when tho tariff has been torn up Stop and consider If you vote for Albert D Cummins A tho Republican caucus you vote to put him on the road at tho expanse of the state to advocate tariff ripping Are you going to do 111 Uncle Sams ProzporUy Prosperity has a good 4eal to do With the big treasury receipts Tho ton in ry has more ready each than It hnd u year ago and It Is using this In making heavier purchases at home and abroad The customs receipts are fur nbovo those of Iitflt year Internal rev enue atso exceeds that of 12 months ago One of the reasons why more things are Dicing bought abroad than van slope a year ago Is that the home producer Is not able to furnish them The country s mills are being run to Jacir utmost Capacity but they are Unabfe to meet tho Increased home demand This necessitates heavier huylii from EUrope Unalo Sam Is BOttlns richer and richer and iho world U learning about GSt Lout Qlqtc tlomoCut cWlth Qov Fplk anti former Gov rrRnols of Missouri In Jlno for Wll stun Jennings Oryan It la difficult to icp Clovqlaud and Judge Parker riri rctralnrrom becoming conservative alo Chicago Inter dutan exDemocrats ore right In supposing hat Bryan can got more votes than iny other man In the DomdcratJlI and jfppuUst partlej jwmblned That fact tau boon proved twice along with two tngel enough tdUt4 Olob tumcut RECORD OF REPUBLICANISM Fifty Years That Have Been Mile stones In the Progress of the Party Tho observance In Philadelphia of tho fiftieth anniversary of the first nation convention of to Itepub llcan party Is an event calculated to stir not a few recollections of moving scenes and events It cannot bo said remarks the Chicago Chronicle that It was the birth year of the party It Is generally difficult to assign any particular dato as tho birth of any great party for a party Is too much In tho nature of a coalescence of a mttnlxr of more or loss elated but iiporilHally Independent movements One who can remember the time and oven one who studies Its records closely must be Impressed with tho extreme care with which the Republican party approached what lay at IU foundatlonftho slavery problem and the moderation with which tho platforms of 1866 and IBM treated tho question The political dlfflcultlea that Iny In the way of action were min imized In words but their formidable character was felt There was great care to disclaim any purpose to Impose anything on any sovereign state hardly even recognition of the form ot government which the union of states was re quired to guarantee to each state The rahln avowed purpose was to exclude slavery from the territories It was a strangely modest party for one that absorbed the democratic free sellers of ISIS and 1362 and which contained not a few men who felt tint the only escape for tho nation from being held In virtual slavery Qy the south lay In striking the tatters from tho literal slaves It held Dirt when the south laid violent hands on ttito national life every touch of tile apologetic or the tentative vanished from the party and for most of the years of 1U life It was strung to affirmative aggressive positive ac tion It bad not before known Its own power Thenceforth It recognised that POWM and recognized Its foes and struck them with absolute faith In its own rectitude Therefore Its half cen fury joe been one of brilliant achieve moot la recent yars It has bad a new antagonist but It hardy yet seems fulty awake to the fact Its new foe stands on the other extreme from lu pftl one That wM a despotism based on too much government slavery Thq new Is the cruder despotism ot radical popularism whether approach tag that end through the frank bru talKy of annrculsm Oie every man tar himself of savagery or through the specious promises of an 1m possi ble deed level of equality of attain meat and of lNtn which calls Itself socialism This particolored protenso at the ImpomsUilo whew logloal end whether Its iltsdplaa know It or not Is the nnVchJsra the others boldly avow Is the pew adversary which the Repub lican party must either conquer or be conquered ti- Ttepublllsnllm stand for equality of opportunity for each unit guaran toed by the union of all subject al ways as to attainment to the differ ences of capacity born of nature So cialism In Its various forms undertakes to better the work of the Al mighty and debate the Impossible Socialism has already disintegrated the Democratic party laid weakly open to temptation by long defeat It has begun tampering with the Re publican party made oarelea by over confidenceRepresentative government as tho guardian of civilization has no other champion left but the Republican par tsand If that party would iive It Us ranks together retog nfze Its new foe and bend all its en ergies to defeating it For that conflict of tbo future It may draw Inspiration from its put torIQl and that conflict It must win or cease to be worthy of ltd plat NOTES FROM EXCHANGES as Craver Clevelands opening gun- IIr Bryan seems to be hanging flrtl Ghicngo Record Horald I crit in a little too early la tho sea son yet for tho Nebraska prairie to be on fire with enthusiasm for Mr Bryan Chicago Tribune CTLater reports from tho Democ racy of the nation seem to Indicate that the Bryan habit has completely eradicated the Cleveland habltIn dtanapplla News Und W The Bryanltos are so confident that they can hardly wait for 1908 Tholr flowers that bloom In tho spring Jjavo always had liard luck in Novem brSt Louis GlobeDemocrat t7Qov Folk Indorses Air Bryan for the Democratic presidential nom takonItoslsnlty a not believe that 100S will be a good year r for Democratic presidential candidates Like his namesake Joey Hag stocTt hU excellency Is sly devlUh sly Me does not care for any tor torn hopes thank you Chicago ChronicleOMn absence of any authorlta the utterance to the contrary It Is assumed that Orandpa Qaaia ay Da via Iqoks approvingly upon tha Bryan camlldacy Chicago Tribune eTA little treatise from Mr Clove land oa the relative merits of differ tint brands of bait might relieve a sit I uation which threatens to become Wralned Washlngton Post WThb populists In 1800 and 1900 hovel Bryan because the plutooraU of tbo ast lifted Jilni sow the pinto iUta lIke Rim because tli tt- Uye nbauaonfil ryin LoUtsvtH Humid I L TE w i n J CROP REPORT Kentucky Commission Says They Are In Good Condition Frankfart Ky July 7ln his monthly report of the condition or growing grope In Kentucky State Ag rlcuHural Commissioner Vreeland writes as follows The condition ot the corn crop IK good having beer well worked and promises a fine crop The acreage ij about up to that of last year Wheat thriving Is progressing and the yield promises mud better than was Indicated a month ago The berry is plump and generally grading No 2 The acreage of oats la less than an average and for want of mole tutu the condition Is not up to the standard There Is a falling pfT In acreage of both burley and dark tobacco caused by lack of seasons and tho proper time and a disposition upon the part of punters to curtail their crops NEGRO HANGED Committed Assault Upon Woman Two Years Ago Lexington Ky July 7Jos Pear call a negro was hanged here for an assault open the person of an aged woman Mrs Lucy Wagoner commttt od two years ago Sheriff John Me Blroy sprung the trap and Pearsalli neck was broken Ills pulse stopped boating in 12 minutes after the tall and his body was turned over to MI relatives after the coroner had pronounced his verdict as to the cattti of death Pearsall maintained his In nocence saying In answer to a ques tlon from Rev Oglesvle Before Cod Iam innocent WILL TAKE A HANDI County Prosecutor To Assist In Keeping Lid On Louisville Ky July 7County Attorney Robert W Bingbam has an nounced that hereafter he will prose elite all storekeepers who keep open on Sunday except those who sell per Ubablo goods such as ire cream fruits meats and groceries BIngham has been opposed to a rigid enforce ment of the Sunday closing law and has hold many conferences with dot Backham on the subject Magistrate Hoffman Is jnbllunt at the vlndleatlOr of hie attitude Hoffman discharged 38 persons who appeared in his boor with pardons from the governor HUCKSTER LOCKED UP He Shot Woman In Face With His Re volver Covlngtnn Ky July 5J R Noll n huckster of Grant county was locked up In Covlngton Jail on tho cJiarg of shooting to kill Noll said thAt when passing the home of Wlrtli Hud son near Key West he was trying his gun and fired six shots as he expect od toward the ground and he did not know of the alleged shooting or MJa Hudson until arrested MISs Hudson was shot In the face the bullet a SS entering at the Jaw and coming out near the Jugular vein OBSERVED THE FOURTH The Court Adjourned Over the Legal Holiday Beattyvllle Ky July 6Judgo Dol soy dUaSrved the Fourth of July as tlegal holldavxnnd ndjburned court the Hnrgls case going over Judge Hargl Is moro confident of acquittal at this time than ever before oven In the face ot the strong evidence which has been piled up during the past test days It will require about n week tt hear nil of the evidence to be introduced by both aides- DROWIJED IN CREEK Body Lay In Shallow Water With Face Down Boonevlllo Ky July Gtlsil Nettle Warren daughter of ribs Julia Wan ren of this county was found drowned In a creel noar her mothers home Tho body lay In shallow water taco down and the coroners Jury found that she had taken her own lite It seems that she was In love with floury Flannefy a young former of the neigh borhood and her mother had objected to his calling on her Sho was but 15 years of ago while Flannery Is sev eral years elder He Dont Think 5o LoulBvillo Ky July G Acting as hIs own attorney Charles T Ratcllffi has filed suit In jhc Jefferson circuit court against Mrs H B Drelor and her daughter Miss Lena Drelor for 5000 damages J1e all gol that de fondants referred to hltu as an alarm 1st In Conference With Governor Frankfort Iy July iHev J F Blackburn and Rev Mr Miller of Cov Ington were hero In conference with Gov Eeckham but noua of theJarUe s would discuss the object of the taU lint It Is presumed the subject was as to putting on the lid In Covlhgton Made An Assignment Lexington Kyy 5rill W Kent nett assigned his Orllonll and plppQrt1tQ J T Farmer Ua assets 1J4Jj K i net Is manaRer forth twtlhgfoi branch ot Lexington Brokerage Co C I BAD BLOOD Mf IT Judge Has Every Man Searched at Hargis Trial I I Beattrvllle Ky July G Because of the bad bipod In evidence among thoI feudlsui add the predictions freely made that blood will now In Uio streets of this ordinarily quiet little vlllago before tho trial in fairly begun unless droBtlo measaros are resorted to Judgo Dorsey Is having every man searched for weapons as he enters tho courthouse co that If there is shoot Ing It may be on tho outside Thw Splcer boys Robert and Gran cousins of Asbury Splcer the Uargls hench man vho has turned states evidence attacked Tom Cochrlll the nntMlargU leader here and he knocked both oC them down Louie Splcor Jailer of Brcathltt county and father of the Spi cer boys ran afoul of Cockrlll Splcer carried a big revolver and Cockrill was unarmed Jailer Spicer smashed Coclcrlll In the taco with the revolver I FROM SMALL SCRATCH I Her Arm and Later Affected Her Cody Became Lexington Ky July GA Small scratch front the tooth of a playful dog may causo the death of Mrs Prls ollla f BIbhop of this county Mrs thatswas up one children received a slight cut front the dogs tooth In a short time the ty und began to swell and then the arm and later Mrs Bishops entire body became affected She was brought to the hospital and her arm amputated In the hope of saving her life She Is la a precarious condition OBJECTED TO SUITOR I Caught Him With Him Daughter and Shot Lexington Ky July 7Franl Tat man an ejc ntedeate soldier llvin near Elkchester this county hot AI brt Downard a neighbor wIth a line inflicting a wound In Downards right shoulder Tarfhan alleges that on returning home from this city ha caught Downard and his daughter together and he had previously objected to the young mans attention to the girlISHOT FROM AMBUSH While on Their Way Home From Cel I ebratlon CaUoitsburc KyM July GIVhlle homeward bound front a Fourth of July celebration James Gray and Wil liam Pratwere shot from ambush by unKnbwn parties on North Center r strtfet Cray who leaves a widow at Chaffeo was Instantly killed Pratt who resides at Argo was badly wounded In the hip The police have no chow to the murderers CHARGE EMBEZZLEMENT Manager of Brokerage Firm Is Arreb1 ed It Louisville Louisville Ky July 7Frank Head manager of the brokerage firm oC Head t Co has been arrested on a liharge of embezzlement preferred or the Oednee Water Light Co Wal faalla S CTlie company alleges It gave Head 25000 worth of bonds to float and that he devoted three to his own use Using one to buy an automobile Hunted By Wife Campton Ky July CMrs Richard Sharp of Richmond was hero making a search for her husband who had left their home about three weeks ago Mrs Sharp said that when her hits band loft he told her that he had se cured work at this place as It carpen ter and that ho would return In about one week Old Farmer Dead Shelbyvllle Ky July CJorry Cot ter one of the oldest farmers In Shelby county Is dead at his hpme three s north of Shelbyvllle Death was diletD the Inflrnuittcc of his advanced age being In his 02d year Mr Cot ter was born In Ireland and came ta this country In 1817 Accused of Robbery Louisville Ky July 7 Clifford Quinlan Herbert Woods anti Henry Murphy accused of highway robbery ware to answer to the grand Jury Prof E H Mark of the Louisville public schools identified ono ot tho men rPlaced Under Arrest Newport Ky July 5Wm Black well 20 wtts placed under arrest by OlUcor Benke Ho was changed with ttectlvfng goolh under raIse pretenses It was Blaclntells second arrest In the same day The first time ho waa charged with disorderly conduct On Murder Charge MlddHibof Ky July 7Patton Ball who is charted with tho murder l of Meade Cotrell a 8aloonk per and family of this dry has been arrested n Clsrepce Mo and returned to this I counfy Ball has bores a fugitive foe several months One of the Largest Failures Lexington Ky July 7The shed JaSmltli Wholesale liquor dealers Woo reluit1f shows therfaU isrLtxteeton roo c oooooooooooooooo o o o o o o- Lb e East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere ElseJo o- noo corrtiponiesc pnblUbM Wet tipi In ran ly the writer The sumo 0- o It not for publication but at aa rrtdenca ol tool hita Writ plainly o 00000000000000000000000000 MADISON COUNTY WAI1 ACETON July 7John Wylie lost a fine mace last week There was a picnic nt Taro Springs on July 4 Every body seemed to have a good time Threshing machines have started Mrs Annie Pointer who has been sick for somo little time is improving nicely Andy Renfrews little child is very sickClay Conn and family were the guests of Bodio Day and family Saturday nlgbtDan Gab bardand family and G E Brockman and family wore the guests of G B Gabbard and wife last Sunday Jerry Pitts of Cartoraville visited Binam Pitta and family SundayA crowd of young people went from Wallaceton to Malory Springs last Saturday to a picnic All reported fine timeGeorge Tisdale and family were the guests of Steve Holcomb and family Saturday Corn is look ingwell here Most people are about through laying byOat harvest will soon be on and hands are scarcer than over before in the statoIlli nois and Ohio correspondents please write all the news you can for we Kentucky people like to hear from the two grand oldstates mo lULL July 3Joe Alexander is on the sick list this weekThe free school began nt this place Monday of this week with Lucy Hayes as teacher Mr and Mrs T J McKeehan and Mr and Mrs J H Wilson and little Elsa visited Mr and Mrs Reuben Gabbard of Dreyfus SundayMr and Mrs Kiah McKeehan of Moto 1spent Sunday of last week with Mr and Mrs T J McKeehan Mertie and Belle Carpenter were guests of Mattio Lamb Sunday of last week Little Matt Baker visited his aunt Mrs Reuben Gabbard last week Myrtle Settle Minerva McKeehan nnd Grover Pigg were the guests of Flora Green SundaySundayschool is progressing nicely at this place there were 53 pupils in Sunday school last SundayRev R L Am brose will give a short talk at the school house next Saturday night Everybody is invited to come en pecially the old folksJoo Alexan der and wife visited Jim Tom Bing bam and wife Sunday Eva and Debbie Baker of Hugh visited Ellen and Bertha Carrier Saturday night Mrs Amanda Brockman is still on the sick list Buddy Green made Matt Morgan of Clay County a pres ent ofa nice pig recently Bill Estridge and family of Clay County visited relatives at Richmond recently HARTS July 10The people of this place are about done with their crops Misses Ella Minnie and Dinskie Lake attended the Institute at Mt Vernon last week They report a fine time under Prof Eubanks instruction The school at this place began July 9with Mrs Bicknell as teacher We wish her much success Picking black berries will be the leading oc cupation with the good oldsisters for a while now Katie Lake visited Mrs Martin of Rockford Monday evening 0 M Payne went to Berea Saturday on business Forest Dow den visited his mother and sister Sat urday and Sunday at BereaMrs Bill Hammond and daughter Nora Mrs J E Hammond and three chil dren spent Sunday at J N Lakes Lome Dalt Waddle went to Berea MondayGARRARD COUNTY CAUTKKHVILLi July SRev Lucy Mayhan of London Ky closed the revival ser vices at this place June 20th with very good results There were twen tyfive or thirty confessions and renewals of faith in Christ Miss Mayhan has done a splendid work heretIrs Henry Moore and little son of South Dakota visited relatives at London and Wildie last week and returned to her sister Mrs R C Boain Friday June 20th She expects to visit friends about Lancas ter and Paint Lick this week and re turn to South Dakota next week Mrs J G Clark visited her brother Richard Kimball and family last Saturday at Hickory PlainsMrs- Dr Wilson of North Vernon Ind is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jem Nnvefor a few weeks Mrs J B Carter has gone to Lancaster so she can attend the meetings con ducted at Preachersville by Rev Lucy Mayhan Several from around Cartorevillo and Woods View went to Preachersville last Sunday to hear her againMrs W M Anderson of Manse visited Mrs J B Clark Monday Mrs R C Boain and her sister Mrs Moore visited Mrs Joo Boain Monday Tho farmers are stacking wheat now here Jennie Higgins will teach the Woods View district school again commencing o next MondayMiss Parrio Clark began her school on Copper Creek July 2 and Jem Arnold commenced teaching at Manso at the samo time The sick folks have all gotten well about heroMiss Ollie Coles of Ill inois is visiting Eva Merryman for n few weeks Brother Bicknell is ox nppointmentat ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1IOONK July DNettie Oldham of this place attended the Institute at Mt Vernon last week and is ready to begin her school in District No 20 next Monday July 10W H Mil ler of Richmond is visiting friends at Boone and Conway this weekS Snydersbeen given to Sam Lambert Chas Wren has moved his sawmill to Cop per Creek CLIMAX July SWe have just Lad a fine rain which was badly neededand crops are looking fine Most every one is done laying byThe writer was one of the teachers who at tended the Institute at Mt Vernon last week We certainly had an in teresting meeting and I am sure nil willremember the delightful oven ing we spent at the hotel with Prof and Mrs Marsh and Dr and Mrs regular Sunday Mr Culton has been the faithful pastor of the Baptist Church hero for some twen yearsA Mr Sandly was in Climax last week delivering oil lensesW J Chasteen and son were in Disputnula Saturday on business Odin Chasteen the only son of J T and Matilda Chas teen of Hamilton 0 is lying at the point of death with brain fever They ask all friends to remember them in their prayers School will begin at Climax July 9tbwith Sherman Chosteen as teacher Willie For sythe is working for Clark G Wood on Crooked Creek Jasper Bowman has gone to Hamilton to work this summer and fallJ L Chasteen who was visiting relatives some days ago has reached his home in Loveland Colo safely Parkie Scott raisedsome of the finest onions to be seen here OOOCIILAND July 2Most people here are laying by their crops The Sunday school at Sycamore is progressing nicelyOldaunt Betsey Cates is very poorly Miss M E Jones was the guest of Ella and Ada Dooloy Sunday Willie Forsylho called on friends at J L Dooleys last Sunday W W Anglin of Disputanta was in Goochland SundayCynthie Wil son is visiting friends at Middle Fork Goochland swarmed Sunday and settled at Evergreen but we think the king was drowned while crossing Horse LickJ F Dooley visited his father at Orlando SundayJ L Jones will begin his school Monday the 10th There will be a box supper at Sycamore Saturday night July 14 to raise money for recovering the church house All the girls and boys are cordially invited Jas Baker will preach the Sunday following W A Phillips and W J Jones were in Climax SundayTwo new buildings W S Jones store house and J F Hamptons dwelling are going up in Goochland ESTILL COUNTY IRVINE July 7The County Institute is in session this week at Irvine con ducted by Prof Eubanks The presence of Tutor Seale of Berea College adds interest to the Institute Eatill County contains one of the most notable county residences in the State namely the log house with Grecian portico occupied by Mr David Witt near Rices Station The southern part of Estill County shows a considerable number of new barns which evidence the enterprise and prosperity of our farmers Tho Sunday schools at Station Camp and at Wagersville tinder the efficient supeiintendency of Mr A B Kelly are flourishing this summer Pres ident Frost of Berea spoke to a very large audience at Winston on the night of July 4th EstuTCounty is proud of having had a large and orderly celebration of the Fourth of July at Winston and Judge Tharp deserves much credit for his public spirit in the management It was a goodly sight to see the old soldiers marching to the drum once more and a good sight also to see the boys and girls receiving their flags from Maj Thurp CLAY COUNTY There is to be a Sunday school rally at Sextons Creek the first Sat urday in August x MAOOFFIN COUNTY enterprisingworking for the interest of tho public rather than soil He has been doing everything in his power to uplift the church school and the community in general and is bringing about a reform in his neighborhood that is well worthy of commendation Through tho efforts of Wellington Patrick n graduate of Berea College in 1002 and Wm Phipps an enthusiastic young teacher in cooperation with the County Superintendent the schools of MngofOn county sire ready to bo placed on a graded bafeia 0 was the time sot for tho committee to decide We trust it jll be a success I JACKSON COUNTY KKllllY KNU1I July 2The weather is warm and sultry now Charlie Jones and wife left for Hamilton Sunday whore they expect to stay awhile Mrs Will Jones visited Mrs Williams Monday Cinda E Reece Camel Neely Myrtle Click and several young folks went to tho Cliff near James Clicks Sunday evoning and all report a fino timoMI8 James Click visited her daughter Mrs Geo Johnson SumlayCbhll Hirt went to Richmond on business Monday Mrs Gay hart who has been for sometime is better Cinda ERecce WillJonesMrs Frank Jones Sunday The wagoners are busy hauling staves The Sunday school at this pljico is progressing very nicelyI enjoy reading the Citizen ALCOUK 1 July 3rdMr J W Davis died at 1130 P M July 2nd He liad been an invalid for about nino years but bore his suffering with Christian fortitude and passed away with the faith that he was going to d bitter and happier world than this PERRY COUNTY iiucxmmx July 9DEAR EDITOR I believe that Buckhorn has never before toad any correspondent to your paper and I believe the best way to begin is to give the readers a full description of the place and ia surroundings Buckhorn is situated in the Cumber landmountains of Perry County on the middle fork of tho Kentucky river about 25 miles from any railroad Situated in the wild mountainous region it presents a most pleasant appearance showing IbM education is planted even in the most ruggedand desert places The College Witherspoon coal sists of three building besides trjo church Recitation Hall consistIJtO- frour recitation rooms and a chapel or large room In this building ill grades are taught from tho primary through the normal The other buildings are a dormitory and refectory It also has a campus of ten acresThe boys of this place openedup the baseball game Saturday This will be the sport of tho College boys and others this fall This College was opened MayI 1003 and will open for the summer term July 0 A large attendance is expected now and also the winter term There are glorious prospects for this institution and the mountain boys and girls will some daysee the benefits and good they have derived from attendingschool at Witherspoon College anti will realize what debts of gratitude they owe to our gopd and generous principal Prof Mur dock A minister from Lexington Ky e once visiting a point twenty miles from Buckborn ot his return wrote that people of that point declared that Buckhorn was transforming the country May It continue in securing education to and do much toward helping the young people ELMER E QABDABD OWSLEY COUNTY IUCKTOWN July 7Dry weather is beginning to cut our crops short it been some time since we had any rain Farmers are nearly through laying by their corn and oat crops lire ready for harvest Mr Garrett had his grass mowed lost week and says that it turned out well producing a largo quantity of fine hayElmer Gabbard was at Buckhorn Wednes day Ho took his school books and expects to attend school there the coming faUWe are sorry to learn that Filmore Greene did not get any school as we think ho is a competent teacher wo understand that he was cutout of any school by the trustees falsifying We are sorry to learn that trustees will disgrace themselves as well as bother the teachers a good deal by promising and not keeping their promises Eugene Garrett will teach the school in this district known as Grassy Branch school it is one of tho largest in the county having 07 pupils Mr Garrett in tended to commence this week but tho patrons and pupils wore not ready Letcher Gabbard will teach the school on Lucky Fork of Buffalo he will begin Monday Although he Las many disheartening things to contendwith Mr Gabbard expects Ato make a success Arthur Garrett will teach the lower school on Indian Crook Arthur had decided not to teach but was persuaded by tho trus tees and patrons of that district to eagertoschool ono of tho boat ever taught at that place Clay Mason will teal h on Longs Creek whore Tilmon Greene taught last year There are more school teachers now on Indian Crook than were over known there before This is ono sign of advance ment in education as good teachers nreneededeverywbcroSupt G W Garrett was hero Saturday night and Sunday morning He attended and took part in our dobalo Saturday night He returned Sunday after noon to South ho expected to spend tho evening A very lively debate was held Saturday night n large anti attentive audience being present Tho subject was Womens Suffrage Arthur Garrett Eugene Garrett and Elmer Gabbard supported the affirmative and Letcher Gabbard G W Garrett nUll Marion Bailey tho negative The affirmative side had the pleasure of winning the laurels of victoryOur Sunday school is yet progressing nicely it is expected that the attendance will be better when the common school com mences as more interest will bo aroused thenWo hope now that the patrons will not let the schools commence without showing interest in their welfare They should visit the school and see that everything is in readiness for the comfort of teacher and scholars If you do not Lave a good school this year dont blame the teacher Hell do his part do yours OHIO NEWS HAMILTON July LPete Evanswho has been working for the C 0 Paper Co has gone back to his old homo in Otvsley county KyMr anti Mrs E It Flauery and baby Lelia of Mount Auburn Cincinnati visited Meredith Gabbardand family lust Saturday and Sundty Charley P Reynolds who recently returned from Califor nia with his family will go to work soon as operator for the L it N R R He was formerly night operator at Bern K also worked at Brush Creek KyLittle Bessie and Hazel Gabbard twin daughters of Meredith Gabbard have been unwell for the past w eokP M Reynolds nnd wife gave a birthday party July 1 in honor of their son Charley who AnllyOatbanlotber Kentucky boys went to Frankfort Ky last Sunday on an excur sion Among the interesting places they visited were tbe graves of Daniel Boone and Gov Goebol and the state penitentiary Henry Hughes of the county of Owsley Kentucky arrived omployedbyGabbard and family are moving into their now home Just across the street from whore they have been living on Cleveland aveThis Fourth of July was n very patriotic one in Hamilton Tho monument of soldiers sailors and pioneers was dedicated There was a parade in the forenoon partici pated in by the old soldiers and mil- Itary organizations of tho town fol lowed by speaking in the afternoon Gov A L Harris was in tbe parade andspoke also D D Woodmansoe of Cincinnati and others from differ ent places The monument and old fort which Is now used w the Cbsp ter House of the D A Rs was open to visitors EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY Continued from Viral Ftgel pickets showed no disposition to ad vance and our orders woro not to fire unless they did the stream being between us The night passed in comparative silence except the groans and shrieks of the wounded lying in the hospitals Early on New Years morning our brigade waded tho river The water about hip deep was very cold to our already chilled legs We hurried into line and advanced on the en emys pickets driving them from the timber into a largo field At tho edge of uric wood we halted and maintained our position but tho rebel pickets and sharpshooters made it risky to stand erect and the pick eta kept an irregular popping- throughout the day and wo were not sorry when dark permitted us to send details to tho rear and prepare coffee We suffered during the night on our regimental beds of woods as our blankets had boon cheerfully donated to the wounded oppenredfrompicket firing was resumed followed by heavy artillery all along the lines Our advanced position made us an especial target for the artillery while the skirmish balls kept up that omi node singing Before noon several of Companies B and F had fallen on the picket line and Shepherd Com pang 0 was killed others were wounded by the enemys shell and our flagstaff was shivered by a solid shut TO UK CONTINUED 4 YkkkkkkkkkkkkKkkKstkKkkkkstWtkkkkkkkkkPdtk + tkKKkkket IIJ WHO SAID GROCERIES J I 33A3 W D LOGSDON i mant r- nopoundsGranulatedSugarlooK 65White II h is Pint Cups x 10 Best Rubbers for Fruit Jars per Dozen 05 Best Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen Z5 All kinds of Fruit Jars and everything right at i I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store ilkikiStpU1S1k17111171 isibtpebtktisSlilkt3skiSt Jetltl45t AQ ISeSIk t4t IleSlilif 1 11t1 1ie31u Annual Personally Conducted Niagara Falls- Excursion S- ItCIH DI- nrtmnvetliin ullli tint RMWabashRR SATURDAY JULY 28 1906 7 Round Trip PROM CINCINNATI TICKETS GOOD 12 DUll KrruRXiNo Tickets good going and returning nil rail or at option of poiwenguni will bo honored in either direction be tween Detroit and Buffalo on the D f D Steamship Companys boats For foldor containing general infer niation regarding time of trains rates etc roll on any C Ht D Agent or mldrefw W B CALLOWAY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 I Ii Free Advisory Tens New Potatoes I For potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN and got clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 GOo a suit all will cod you FOR SALE few Will sell oratipIIE1NIONthe Pike- HOUSES RENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rout In Bores nomo of thorn with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any weekday to 12 a ui 3to4 m mu oo o ol o o Fo Faboro +o+o Fo +o od ola+O O O+odod aoo+O I With tho Elks tot l COLORADOt IN JULY tThat means a Summers Outlnr of finest kind i 1 1 Can you imagine any bettor place in which to rest and recuperate or roam about and have n food t time than that land of the tawny peak and turquoise of which g youve heard so much Can you imagine any bettor 1tvay to go than by ROCK ISLAND LINES f The Elks themselves decided Colorado wns the place i for them this summer and many thousands of Elks and tfriends will go via the Rock Island t Special excursion tickets on J public generally July 10 to 15 t Send for a free copy of our inclusiveI i 9 telling r all about it T Rock Island System a o+o oo+o+oo+o+ is it A or p IIJUOEO H LEI Dan Pats Art Rock Ark o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o NeVIEI 0 I CUT IT OUT doesntknowovarian troubles except the surgeon knife That such medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures performed oa diseased women la thousand of cases by WJE CAROIJI Womans Relief fwdhaschanceSoldWKITZ UK A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest con dence telling us all your troubles We will und Advice In plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Dtpt The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga new your Jacks Richmond TO the Little nH I t+o+o+004o4o+ + A GAVE UP EUrrORTEK I ores supporter for years tot everythingChrUmanofMannsvUleNY Isuf ferN untold misery ana coai nanny upmyfeet half a day at a time Always Remember the FoB Name Laxative Sromo Quinine Cures Cold in OneDay Grip inTwo l oa io 35cij 4