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S ooooo0oo0000ooPreeldcnts Office XOAOf0A0fOf0A000000Oa BEREA PUBLISHING CO Watch for It The Grafters S 0 E ALBERT COOKPhD Manger 0o A 0 Begins this week Dont 0 okk dattMJ- lau 0 0 i A JktlJllJmlKvmlfflmdo nwlkr O 0 Miss It Very Exciting o oooooooooooooo AOfofOSOfoAoSOfofofofofofoS- 0 I VOL VIII FIvo Contfl n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 20 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO 0 I WEATHER REPORT Mr Flanorys report of weather observations from Monday July 10 to Sunday July 22 gives the fol lowing figures Temperature llalnfnll III hL Lowet III Inched MitoiUy tu fill in- Tuiwlay HH OH 011 Wednesday UO fill 00- Tliunulny UO 1O 11n Friday Nil fin oo- Hnlunlny Hl OH 00- Suudny140 00 0- tAverngeAOe1 Total 13 IDEASIChristianity is tlio I doetimythanI realm whore tho rainbow never fades whore the stars will be spread before us like islands that slumlwr on tho ocean nUll whore tho beings that iwuw before us like shadows will stay foreverLyttonII character and to tho man of letters r an well as to the Christian the prow out forms but tho slightest portion of Ills odaLcnooSoutboy Tho nearer I approach tho end UVplainer I hoar around mo the immortal symphonies which invite moVictor lingo I All mens souls aro Immortal but tho souls of tho righteous aro Immortal and divine Socrates palnMIdeepIntoforever Byron FROM THE WIDE WORLD NOTES OF RUSSIAN CRISIS It Is stated positively that oho bow parliament elections will bo baaod on universal uffraco Tho constitutional democrats ap pour to bo downout over tho dliaolu membol1liIota are la an exceedingly combatlvo mood The greatest consternation was created at Moscow by tho news ot the dissolution ot parliament It Is nxpocted this action will precipitate i revolutionary outbursts throughout nunla Its effect on tho peasantry li especially dreaded Nows received at St rctorsbura prayIncasII mont shows that there wore no diner data but It probably will bo several days before the masses comprehend what has happened Two hundred members of Russias outlaw parliament are gathered at Vl borg awaiting the arrival of Count Hoyden M Btakovich and other prominent members of the right be willIIK Stolrptn tho successor to tho I premiership telegraphed to the Paris MaUD H follow Tho wnporor is firmly and absolutely decided to maintain the reglmo of national rep j rosentatlo accorded by the manifes to of October last and for that reason hat dissolved parliament whoso abstract discussions and attempts at In Ifrlagomeat seriously monaco tho ox rcc1moNtRucslaa minister ot railroads and who is the representative of tbo council of the I empire at tho Interparliamentary con f gross at London was utterly sur f I prised at the news of tho dlsolutlon of parliament Ho said however parliament had boon a great disc pointment to many Rash pledges glvonIof thorn was kept FeverT Annapolis Annapolis Md July U17pholiS fever has developed among tho mote I bers of the now fourthclaw at the naval academy and three members of that clean aro now confined to the academy hospital with the disease All throe were taken sick aboard the practice ship Bevern on which they with about 100 other pJoboa recently sailed for a practice cruise OevenIn Tragedy Cincinnati July ItSovee arrests wore made here Monday In connec lion with a fatal shooting trod an ox cursloa boat Into a crowd on shore at Ironton O The men arrested wore r Capt Agnow and six members of his crow aad the charge was murder but 1allprotest they know nothing ot tho who did tho shooting A w 1 deputy sheriff was tho victim One Koda Dead Toklo July Uoon Baron Ko lama chief of stag of tho Japanese army la dead Ho was bora In 1853 Kodama was tho Inspiring genius of the Japanese army and It was his skill as a strategist that enabled the Mlkadoa geporala to win the spectac ular battle at Lioyang the ghabo and at Mukdea during the rsM t WT ito tweew Japaa gk4 Iowa r DOES IT PAY Is it a GOOD INVESTMENT of TIME AND MON EY to get an EDUCATION- A good strong man without an education can EARN from iootooo per day With an education he can earn from 300 to 5000 per day Without an education he can TALK to a dozen men in a corner grocery With an education he can get from a hundred to five thousand to come and listen to his speeches and five million to read what he has been saying or thinking Without an education he KNOWS the country through which his feet or his horse will carry him With an education he knows about the world and the stars too BUT a man may earn 5000 a day have five million people reading what he has been saying and know a great deal about the world and the stars AND BE A GREAT RASCAL AN ENEMY TO THE WORLD An education which makes a man GOOD at the same time it is making him WISE is the kind that is needed The EDUCATED MAN the SCHOLAR is bound to LEAD and RTJLE THE WORLD If he be a CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR he will BRING THE WORLD TO HEAVEN with him If he is not good he will BRING PART OF THE WORLD TO HELL with him It was the education which makes people WISE AND GOOD that Doctor Rogers believed in and stood for when he started the school out of which Berea College grew and because of his work thousands of homes in Kentucky are RICHER HAPPIER AND BETTER than theywould otherwise have been and he though being dead will ye continue speaking for a thousand years REV J A R ROGERS D D BoRN NOVEMBER 12 1828 1900rSKETCH OF A GREAT LIFE FOUNDING OF BEREA COLLEGE AND DR ROGERS PART IN ITS HISTORY Last Monday morning camo the telegram not unexpected by those who knew of his failing strength withptO had tossed away Sunday evening out of his homo in Woodstock 111 into his other hoino whore strength will never tail again Many hundreds of those who have felt tho uplifting influence of the in stitution to which ho gave such a great part ot his lifes energy and enthusiasm will want to know the main facts iu his life The following sketch Is taken from tho book Tho Birth of Boron College published 1003 of which Dr Rogers himself was tho author anti from tho Historical Sketch of Boron College published in 1001 Mr Rogers was a native jol Corn wall Connecticut where tho famous school of missions was established in his childhood Ho was a descendant of John Rogers oho martyr of Smithfield whoso family mottoVIn cit qui patitur Is on tho seal of Boron College through a long lino of Puritan ancestors among whom was Thouus Rogers who cumo over in the Mayflower Ho prepared for col logo at Williams Academy Stock bridge Mass expecting to pursue his studios at nn eastern but just before entering upon his college course his parents moved to Ohio to tho vicinity of Oborliq whore he re calved a largo part of his collegiate and theological education During those years ho taught in tho Oborlin w Preparatory Department and in the college itself and also in Now York city lie was deeply imbued with the Oborlin spirit and while thoro WI impressed with the greatness of bless tag it would bo to establish elsewhere a similar college While In Oborlii and Now York ho providentially bo came interested in tho mountain region of Kentucky as a field for mis sionary and educational work The ignorance and destitution of the pee ple greatly moved him and the diffi culties of the field actedupon him as a stimulus rather than a discourage meat Business of a benevolent nature took him to Rosovlllo Illinois imme diately after his graduation from theology where ho received call tc the Congregational Church of that place which seemed so providential nod imperative that ho could not de cline it and in duo tino ho was In stalled Its pastor Ho was very happy in his church which was prosperous but tho miss ion work In Kentucky would continu Thoughhoto that work which appealed to all waydearas time rolled on became more in teresting and prosperous At last his feelings in behalf of Eastern Kentucky came to a crisis in this wiseAt a mooting of the Congregation CoUluucd ou Third rogeJ Chief Contents of This Number lAm ONE Woollier Report Idea Immortality From the Wide World Kdltnrlnl Kducatlon Life of Dr Rogers Cltlcon Announcement Letter of Dr Cowley 1 terra Cam Appealed 1AOK TWO 1oein Ititt and 1reienU The flrnftcn Pint Installment 1AGK T1IIIKK Ilerra nnd Vicinity College Item Lntet Market Keport PA OK FOUR Study hy Trnrel New from Everywhere i Temperance Notes 1AUK FIVK tend mid Farm Improvement Humtnjr School Lewn 1AOK SIX The fkhool LewU Practical Arithmetic Eighth Kentucky HUtorjr PAGE 8IIVKN- Illll of Faro fur lllue Mumlnjr Tariff Reform Recent State New 1 AOe KIGHT- Knutern Kentucky Correspondence Ohio Correspondence Good Tiling for Header of the Clllten I Concluding chapters of tho His tory of tho 8th Kentucky Regiment II Letters from Prof Mason from California President Frost from New York Miss Rojjinson from Europe nnd other summer travelers III Short practical articles on health by Dr Cowley several pro grams for exhibition for rural schools etct Lyndes famous story The Grafters commences as our serial July 20- Greet Premium Offer To any one sending us 100 for a new subscription whether for himself or for someone else wo will send free n splendid 75 cent pocket knife The Trapper strongly made with two blades of razor steel Send your subscription in quickly before the knives are all gone Letter from Ir Cowley Royal London Opthalmic Hospital City RoadLondon July 1100 We hada rather rough voyage over but noon forgot it when we reached England Wo slopped In Chester one day and then took a couplo of days in North Wales the most beautiful country I have overseen or over expect to see Saw the old Denbigh Castle and spent a day peopleOu stopped at StratfordouAvou Warwick Ken ilworth and Oxford and I stopped to see Mr Osbornes brother at Reading I guess ho is just as nice sayiug quainted hero in London and the second day my work was in full swing I had made up my mind to sail for homo September 20th on n fast boat univing in Berea about stHying cute for the course of work taken and BO shall stay It will necessitate my taking a slower boat andarriv ing about the middle of October We were somewhat fooled on our first boarding place but have one now which we can recommend to our American friends Anna and Miss Clark start Friday for Paris Brus BingenHeidelberg Hook of Holland Harwick London They expect to spend three weeks on the trip When they get back they will spend a couple of weeks in the English Lake district and North Wales and then sail homo to sow the baby It is a great trip well worth while You must take it Yours cordially CowloyAddress Iteren Cne to flo to Supreme Court Cincinnati 0 July 18Special Attorney Guy Mnllon after a con forenco with Hon J G Carlisle today decided to appeal to tho Supreme Court of the United States tho case of tho Berea College of Kentucky which involves tho constitutionality of tho law of Kentucky prohibiting colored and white children from attending school In the same building or class The college has been largely en dowed by Helen Gould who has also made bequests outright in its behalf Tho decision to appeal from the State courts is said to have boon arrived at after the matter had been laid before Miss Gou1dCourierJournal The Citizen offers unusual clubbing givethe I I A Savings I t BankI I rx On Wednesday the first day of August we will I open a Savings Department providing an absolutely 1 safe place for the deposit on interest of any sum of money from one dollar up Savings Deposits will not be subject to check but the money may be drawn out at any time by giving a few days notice Every Dollar will draw Four Per Cent Compound Interest from the day it is put in the Bank until it is taken out again We payyou to save money r I One dollar will open your account No rouble to answer questions Come in and talkJ I if over t1CAPITAL 2500000 i Berea Banking Coa J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier t QokorokokokokokokoKokoKokokoKOKOKoefoKOKOKoKOKokokOK n 0 Why You Should Subscribe jj o xXo o Because it will help educate your children e Because it will please your wife x xoo Because it tells the truth c Because it stands for temperance and religion x xYtypeox Because it stands up for the b sICcoc for public good co 0- c co 100 A YEAR o c Co 0- c c x x o The BEREA PUBLISHING CO o E A COOK EDITOR AND MANAGER co a o o o ogoko3eoleokokoStoStoStott o51oKo7toilo7to7to7eoil o o o o o kokokokokokottokokokoKOKokakokokokckolKOkakokokckokoro0o os0 o 0 1 I Quit Business I c c c0 Will offer for sale in any way o oentire Iabargain Will also offer for ox sale my business and dwelling or c 0 lots cheap i0 o c o I0 o- o o x 0 IocPhone40 o forofMoworolNoloiiollolloMolgoiwkloieclwtlolwtwiloilrsNeMO leMot ifI t iTHE PAST AND PRESENT Go to go to now ye that say The past wan better than today Tho iky It wears as soft a blue As formerly It used to do And Sol comes forth with strength of prime CAs spleodtd as In ancient time And sunbeams hide among the dew FaIr jewels as they used to do awaytoutAnd Spring comes forth all glad and new As lovely aa she used to do And Summer doth her frusta bestow And elves her flowers to high and low- lAnd bids the birds to sing as tray As ever in a former day The silver morn with misty vall Reflects at night the same sweet tale The tale for ages she has told As calm and placid as of old Beneath her soft her silver light The lovers vow and give their plight lAnd Cupid has not lost the art o throw successfully his dart Is It of men that you would say todayTlitaight1ThatThat Kindness has as sweet a flower And Piety Is just as broad As when the earth our fathers trod aGo to go to no longer say The post was better than today iPut by this thought oh grumbling clan IAnd live for God and fellowman at each will faithfully do his part With willing hand and zealous heart No cause will any find to say The past was better than today Anna D Walker In Christian Work THE GRAFTERS f x- FRANCISI LYNDE lOowrUbt MM by Pas BobtelUnlll Aal CHAPTER I ASHES OF EMPIRE In point of age Gaston the strenuous was still no more than a lusty Infant among the cities of the brown plain when the boom broke and the Junto was born though Its beginnings as a halt camp ran back to the days of the later Mormon migrations across the thirsty plain to that day when the ad vanced guard of Zophar Smiths ox train dug wells In the damp sands of Dry creek and called them the waters of Merom Later one Jethro Simsby a Mor mon deserter set up his rod and staff on the banks of tho crook homesteaded a quartersection of the sagebrush plain and In due time came to be known as the Dry creek cattle king And the cowcamp was still Slmsbys when the locating engineers of the Western Pacific searching for tank stations In a land where water was scarce and hard to come by drove their stakes along the north line of the quartersection and harlngnamed their last station Alphonse christened this one Gaston From the stakedriving of the engi neers to the spikedriving of the track layers was a full decade For hard times overtook the Western Pacific at Midland City 80 miles to the east ward while the stato capital two days broncoJolting west of Dry creek bad railroad outlets In plenty and no inducements to otter a newcomer But with the breaking of the cloud of financial depression the Western Pacific succeeded In placing Its extension bonds and a little later the earth began to fly on the grade of the new line to the west Within a Sundayless month the electric lights of the night shift could bo seen and when the wind was right the shriek of the locomotive whistle could be heard at Dry creek and In this Interval between dawn and daylight Jethro Slmsby sold his quartersection for thQ nominal sum of 2000 spot cash to two men who buckboarded In ahead of the tracklay ers This purchase of the JlazyS ranch by Hawk and Guilford marked the modest beginning of Gaston the marvelous By the time the temporary sidings were down and the tank well was dug In the damp sands It was her alded far and wide that the Western Pacific would make the city on the banks of Dry creeka city consisting as yet only of tho Slmsby ranch shacks Its western terminus Thereupon followed one of the senseless rushes that populate the waste places of the earth and give the professional city builder his reason for being In a fort night after the driving of the silver spike the dusty plain was dotted with the blackroofed shelters of the Argonauts and by the following spring the plow was furrowing the cattle ranges in everwidening circles and Gaston lad voted a bond loan of 300000 to pave Its streets Then under the forced draft of skillful exploitation three years of high pressure passed quickly years named by the promoters the period of develop ment In the Year One the very heavens smiled and the rainfall broke the record of the oldest Inhabitant Thus the region round about lost tho word arid as a qualifying adjective and the picturesque fictions of the pros pectus makers were miraculously jus tified In Year Two there was less rain but still an abundant crop and Jethro Slmsby drifting In from some unnamed frontier of a new cowcoun try saw what he had missed took to drink and shot himself in the lobby of tho MidContinent hotel an or nate flvestorled brlckandtcrracotta structure standing precisely upon tAe alto of the JlazyS branding corral It was In this wf9 Year Two the fame of Ue latest of western Meccas for young men having penetrated to the provincial backgrounds of New Hampshire that David Kent came By virtue of his diploma and three years of country practice In tho Now Hampshire country town where his fa ther before him had read Blaokstone and Chitty he had his window on tho fourth floor of the Farquhar building lettered Attorney and Counselor at Law but up to the day In the latter part of tho fateful Year Three when tho overdue crash came he was best known as a reckless plunger in real estatethis mind you at a moment when every third man counted his gains In front feet and was shouting himself hoarsi at tho dally brassband salesWhen the bottom fell out in the au tumn of the Year Threu Kent fell with It though not altogether as far or as hard as many another One of his professional holdfastsIt was the one that afterward became the bread tackle in the famine tlmo was his position as local attorney for the rail way company By reason of this Jie was among the first to lave a hint of the impending cataclysm The Western Pacific after so long a pause on tho banks of Dry creek had floated its second mortgage bonds and would presently build on to tho capital leav- Ing Gaston to waystation quietude Therefore and wherefore Kent was not lacking In native shrewdness or energy lie foresaw not the pliable bubbleburst which ensued Indeed but the certain and Inevitable end of the speculative era Like everyone else he had bought chiefly with promises to pay and the paper In the three banks aggregated a sum equal to a frugal New Hamp shire competence How long have I got was the laconic wire he sent to Loring the secretary of the Western Pacific Ad visory Board In Boston from whom his hint had come And when Loring replied that the grading and track laying contracts were already award ed there was at least one long on the Gaston real estate exchange who wrought desperately night and day to unload As It turned out the race against time was both a victory and a defeat On tho morning when the Dally Clarion sounded the first note of public alarm David Kent took up the last of bin bank promlsestopay and transferred THAT BRINGS US A LITTLE NEARER TO TIlE THINGS THAT BBAND YOUR PROSPECTS DAVIDHOW ARE YOU FIXED 1IEIU3TV his final mortgaged holding In Gaston realty When It was done he locked himself In his office In the Farquhar building and balanced the account On leaving the New Hampshire country town to try the new cast for fortune in the golden west ho had turned hla small patrimony Into cashsome 10000 of it To set over against the bill of exchange for this amount which he had brought to Gaston a year earlier there were a clean name a few hundred dollars In the bank six lots bought and paid for in one of the Gaston suburbs and a vast deal of experienceKent bin hands through his hair opened the checkbook and hastily filled out a check payable to himself for the remaining few hundreds When he reached the Apache National on tho corner of Colorado nA Texan streets he was the 127th mad in tho queue which extended around the corner and doubled back and forth in crossstreet to the stoppage of all traffic The announcement In the Clarion had done its work and the baleful flower of panic which Is the jugglers rose for quickgrowing pos sibilities was filling tho very air of the street with its acrid perfumethe- the scent of all others that soonest drives men mad Major James Guilford the presi dent of the Apache National was In the cage with the sweating paying tel lers and it was to him that Kent pre sented his check when his turn came What You too Kent said the president reproachfully I thought you bad more backbone Kent shook his head Gaston has absorbed ninetenths of the money I brought here Ill absorb the remaining tenth myself if Its just the same to you Major Thank you And the 127th man pocketed his salvage from the wreck and fought his way out through the jam at the doors Two hours farther along lathe forenoon the Apache National sue pended payment and the bank exam iner was wired for For suddeness and thoroughgoing completeness the Gaston bubbleburst ing was a record breaker For a week and a day there was a frantic struggle for enlargement and hy the expira tion of a fortnight the life was pretty well trampled out of the civic corpse and the stench began to arise t becamIhad been suddenly plaguesmitten the panicky exodus could scarcely have been more headlong Kent stayed partly because a local tttorney for the railroad was as nccc t ary In Gaston tho bereaved as in Gas ton tho strenuous partly also because he was a student of his kind and tho broken city gave him labor atory opportunities for the study of human nature at its worst Ho marked tho raising of the black flag as the Gaston castaways getting sorrily afloat one by one cleared their decks for action Some Bluebeard ad miral there will always bo for such stressful occasions and David Kent standing aside and growing cynical day by day laid even chances on Hawk the exdistrict attorney on Major Guilford and 6n one Jasper G Bucks sometime mayor of Gaston the Irldes centAfterward he was to learn that he had underrated the gifts of the former mayor For when the famine time was fully come aid there were no more argosies drifting Gastonward for the bucancers to uck and scuttle It Was Jasper G Ducks who called a con ferenco of his fellow werwolves set forth his new cast for fortune and brought the junto the child of sheet desperation fiercely at bay into be IngIt was In the autumn of that first cataclysmic year that Secretary Lor Ing traveling from Boston to the state capital on a mission for the West era Pacific stopped over a train with Kent After a rather dispiriting din ner In the deserted MidContinent cafe and some plowing of the field of recollection In Kents rooms In the Farquhar building they took the de serted street In the golden twilight to walk to the railway station It was a decent thing for you to do stopping over a train with me Grantham said the host when the five squares intervening had been half measured I have had all kinds of a time out here In this Godforsaken desert but never until today any thing approaching a chummy hour with a man I know and care for Kent had not spoken since they had felt their way out of the dark lower hall of the Farquhar building Up fa thto point the talk had been poijVhy reminiscent of the men of Ibulr first university year of mutual friends in the faraway Gods coun try ta eastward of tho Gastonlan epic of rill things save only twothe exiles cast for fortune In the untamed wIt and one other Tilt brings us a little nearer to the thtna that beand to your prospects Davtd said the guest How are you fIuil here tKvnt shrugged triton Is dead as you so f ted deul to bury Wfcy dont you get out of It then I shall some day perhaps Up to date there has been no place to go to and uo good way to arrive Like some thousands of others Ive made an ass of myself here Loring By coming you mean Oh I dont know about that You have had some herd knocks I take It but if you are the same David Kent I uJed to know they have made a bigger man of you Think soT Id bet on it We have had the Gaston epic done out for us In the newspapers No man could live through such an experience as you muut have bad without growing a low Inches Helot Whats this A turned corner had brought them tn front of a lighted building In Texas street with a straggling crowd gath ered about the portlcoed entrance As Loring spoke there vas a rattle of mare drums followed by the dumdum of the bass and a brass band ramped out the opening measures of a campaign march It Is a rally said Kent when they had passed enough beyond the zone of brassthroated clamorings to make the reply audible I told you that the Gaston wolfpack bad gone into politics We are In the throes of a state election and there la to be a political speechmaking at the opera house tonight with Bucks in the title role And there Is a fair measure of the deadness of the town When you see people flock together like that to hear a brass band play It means ono of two things that the town hasnt outgrown tho country village stage or else it has passed that and all other stages and Is well on its way to the cemeteryThat is one way of putting It Lo ring rejoined If things are as bad as that its time you were moving on dont you thinkT I guess so was the lackluster rfr sponse Only I dont know where to- go or what to do when I get there They were crossing the open square in front of the widecaved passenger station A thunderous tremolo dom- Inating the distant band music thrilled on the still air and the extended arm of tho station semaphore with Its two dangling lanterns wagged twice My train said LorIng quickening his stepNo Kent corrected It Is a special from the west bringing a Bucks crowd to the political rally Number Three Isnt duo for 15 minutes yet and she Is always late They mounted the steps of the sta tion platform in good time to meet tho threecar special as it came clat tering in over the switches and pres ently found themselves in the tblck of the crowd of debarking rallyera It was a mixed masculine multitude fairly typical of time place and occa sion stalwart men of tho soil for the greater part bearded arid bronzed and roughclothed with here and there a rangerider in picturesque leathern straps sagging pistols and wide flapped sombrero Lorlng stood aside and put up his dyeglasses It was his first sight near at hand of the untrammeled west la 4 purls tiaturallbus and he was flndlnu tho spectacle both instructive and di verting Looking to Kent for fellow ship he saw that his companion was holding himself stiffly aloof also he remarked that none of tho boisterous partisans flung a word of recognition In Kents direction Dont you know any of them he asked Kents reply was lost in the deep chested bullbellow of a cattleman from Rio Blanco Hold ou a minute boys taforo you scatter Line up here and lets give three cheers and a talltwister for next Governor Ducks Now thnn every body Hip hipThe ripping crash of the cheer jarred Lorlngs eyeglasses tom their bold and he replaced them with a smile Four times tho earsplitting shout went up and as the echoes of the tiger trailed off into silence the stentorian voice was lifted again Good enough Now then three groans for tho land syndicates alien mortgagees and the Wester Pacific railroad by grabs I and to hell with temlThe responsive clamor wee a thlag to be acutely remembered sustained longdrafrn vindictive a nerve wrench Ing pandemonium of groans yelping and catcalls In tho midst of whirl the partisans shuffled Into loose march ing order and tramped away town wardThat answers your question doesnt IU said Kent smiling sourly If not I can set It out for you In words The Western Pacific is the tosthaUd corporation this side of the Missis sippi and I am Its local attorney I dont envy you said Loring 1 had no Idea the opposition rystallz 5 Itself In any such concrcto 111 will You must have the whole weight ol public sentiment against you In any railroad litigation- I do said Kent simply If every complainant against us hid the right to pack his own jury we couldnt fare worseWhat Is at the bottom oi It Is It our pricking of the Gaston bubble by building on to the capital Oh no its much men personal to these shouters As you may or may not know our line Ike every other western railroad with compo tition has for Its motto All the tar Itt the traffic will stand amt It bleeds tho country accordingly But wo are forgetting your train Shell we go and see how late It IsT To Be Continued SHE DODGED THE PLEDGE Cld1 Drink the Wine fie 114 II on Her Cakeana- Ate It Mrs C A Burwlse precid wt of the Boys WefeoBje Hall association of Brooklyn Is an enthu 1a tlo advveate of temperance The other day relates the New York Tribune apropos of hypocrisy in the temperance movement she said- I hope there an not many of us to whom the spirit of the temperance pledge weans so little as It did to a certain Scottish woman This woman bad made a vow not to drink liquor and a day or two after the vow sire supped at a friends house In those days temperance was not common In Scotland and at the supper wino was posted about tike tea The new temperance convert looked at the wine longingly Hvr hostess said Im sorry ye canna drink a glass o wine wl us on account o yer tem perance principles The other had lust taken on her plate a piece of cake She said thoughtfully extending her plate toward the wine bottle 4Aweel Just pour it on my cake and Ill cant Grerriomr Present There Is a strange custom prevalent among the old fishermen and hand loom weavers of Glean Scotland The industries of the town are fast decaying only a very few weavers being kept busy now so the younger generation have to migrate In search of fresh fields When the grownup sons and daughters have been suc cessful In their new sphcreu often at the other tide of the world their thoughts are busy with the auld folks A very common present to the latter is that of a certificate giv ing the right to bo buried On the old church yard Thus their parents last resting place is secured and so com mon is the custom that only to a stranger does its grewsomenoss appeal The old people tell of the possession with pride and thankfulness Chicago Dally News flow Russian floldleit Died In a retreat during the Cri neon warn wounded soldier was draiRtug him self along in great pain Ha com radei In deep sympathy sail You are suffering too much Do y u want us to end your pain Shall ve bury you I wish you would be answered They set to work und dug a grave Ho laid himself dowa aid was burled alive The general who heard of it afterwards said to the soUlera He must have suffered terribly they answered Oh no we stamped the earth down with our feet WortdJ Work Just a Wore Apropos of the 90th Mrthilay of the Baroness BurdettCoutts It Is recalled that at one time it was currently re ported that the great duke of Welling ton wanted hfr for a wife When the report reached tbo Waterloo hero he made this comment I said Miss An gela BurdettCoutts deserve la bn a duchess not that I would make her one On hearing what the famorii soldier slid Miss BurdettCoutts remarked quietly I think his grew should have said could Instead of would London Mall 8 Q e CI I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES 1 Phone 188 Richmond Ky IOUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W e +o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +od o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o 010 THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Is here and every housewife wants one or more + c places of new tFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stook It will surprise you how well and how reasonably wo can upply Jour wants f IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines o t fM 930 135 worth 160 JOO and 1t5 I ORUTCHER EVANS Jepllns Old Stand niehmond Ky PaT Phone 71 Nl hl PhenNlUMu+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+O+n+o+O+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oli Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetona Surrios Traps Durable GracefulUseful Stylish etLbodyfinishcarriages invariably give thanNOWWo repaint repair and retiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS G r HIGGINS Prop Rlchmood Kr erstrrrrrrrrr rvrvrrsrrrrtr Orrrrrrrartrrrrrrrr errrtrr- h 0 Getting Comfortable i- I qIs a fine art You cant do it without having just Ii C tho right sort of Furniture and just the right amount We here all the things iron want make r noun into a homeI Ayour a vtk It LOUIS O LESTER g I t Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave x Phone 93 ii53J oa 10ilitAitililAilCl x Call at T J Mobcrloys and see tho best Ino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS Aud anything that you need torn hotel Call and gut prices they will induce you to buy I T J MOBERLEY n Richmond Kentucky MonumentsURNS STATUARY OJoo Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices nnd with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of I lain and Collins Streets l- 1J II r Runabouts Comfortable Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Office S RaBAKERDentist KYOyerOffice hours from 8 to 4 City Phono 123 Teeth extracted without p ln Somnoform 1 Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Telephone No 4 Borea Ky RK1 GtItkr etrr yktRaNtlSltkaNS tkr e I The Citizen I S BEREA KY S I h v A weekly paper devoted to S Mountaineers x 5 Great Premiums for New t Jf i Subscriptions Sftie Advertising Rates will be v furnished on tip llcatlonI wRllllllRltAll al gait l kllait IwL DOUGLAS 3P SHOE Only Nut Color Eyelt used J thy win Dot wear bray 1 Notwlth standing the high price of leather I can still afford to sell as good a shoo for makesIthan an other manrfaotswos In the world lUUmtftt formerlyTheness more than makes up for the lessening of my profit If I could take you into my fac tories nt Brockton Alass nnd show you the Infinite care with which every patrol Douglas shoes is made you would realize why they are the best shoes produced J anywhere I PRICE If I could show you the difference between the shoes made in my factory ahd those of other makes you would understand why W 140 Douglas 350 shoes cost more to mnke why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and nre of greater value than any other 350 shoe on the market today SOLD BY COYLE HAYESSERER KENTUCKY eeosoeofoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeosososoiososososososoeososoeea 0o 0 ooe SosoeoeososoSOOSOSosoSOSoMevwrs loy and Miiuwm Llvcngood and Marsh drove out to Narrow Gap Sunday afternoon but found tho exorcises already over when they arrived They enjoyed their drive FPll1YOllng r WM iiuito ill last taliRxl from biiHincwi for thrco days i but oho has now fully roanowl and l in back at her work again Last week wo called attention to the ltItnh1hdlment in tho towir future of n Savings Bank In Korea which ought to be of great benefit to the community In whut wanBaid atten thou was called to the advertisement on tho first pngo but by some mistake tho advertisement was not thoro It will be found there this week howeverMrs Amanda Reynolds was sud denly called to the lcdNido of hoi sister Mm Jane Gentry in Hnrtwull Q last Saturday morning Mrs Gontry IB quito ill and one of her children has just died suddenly Mrs Cartmoll mother of the Aswis taut College Treasurer and Mr and Mm S T Zimmerman his cousins all of Akron 0 are visiting Mr anti Mm Cartmoll now On a visit to Robes mountain last week the cry of n wildcat hastened their departure and added excRement to their trip Mr Hudson returned from the East a few days ago leaving his sis tor failing rapidly Mrs Hudson expects to lo away from homo for n month longer IIMIM Morrow is in charge of tho Lnilitw Hall in tho absence of Miss I Cameron AH Mrs Ogg has resigned her position as assistant matron to take up work in Welchs dry goods I appointedII mayhaveMr Spink the Boron News editor loft Monday to attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press As j sociation at Bowling Green Dr Cook hopes to attend one or two of the lust sessions srasaoaaI My Hair is I ExtraLong d VOUP hair i nourish it i IPc it something to live on it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Aycrs Hair Vigor is the only hairfood you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you MyhIru4toMrryahert aatafter AIMS or hegsu la is ton can InchM long I 1 Thl a ailrMtasrW4F 1 I AI fiffttfTtTflI eo unrestLon 1111 L 11 l V1 I 1J l seygsi orsMRSAiAMLU I ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLESALL S3SO sososososososososososososoeMrs Los Angeles Gal who has boon vie cling her daughter Mrs W C Gam bio loft for Paris Ky Tuesday noon ProfesBom Dodgo nnd Lewis Rev Mr Stout Mr BurK w Mrs Dowden Clara Caufleld novo Cnnmus Van Winkle Burritt Van Winkle Mr Hancock nnd Mrs Laura Creech at tended tho Madison county Sunday School Convention at Newby Tune day and Wednesday They report a fino convention well attended n good dinner and n good program The addrww on Tho Idoal Sunday School by Rov Smith of Presbyterian Church in Richmond was especially flnu Rev C S Mason religious seem tary of tho Y M C A In CincinnnlII found Boron so delightful mor that ho aspects to be hero again from August Uth to August 20th Ho will occupy the guest room at Ladles Hall Dr Cook is to supply the of the Union Church next Sunday morningDr is In tho East on a brininess trip He is expected back by the und of the week Last Thursday n young man named Rufus Doan of Jackson county drove into Boroa with Sid VauWinklo haul ing a load of ties Tho report is that ho had boon having trouble with some acquaintances At any rate ho bought n revolver of Abe Chastcon After leaving town as they had gotten about half a tulle away as Dean was holding tho revolver against his knee it wasdtschargod probably as tho effect of n sudden jolt of tho wagon anti the bullet penetrated lute abdomen coming out at his back lie jumped from the wagon ran a few stops and then sunk down un conscious Ho was carried to where ho ppuld have the care of Dr Settle but paver regained his consciousness und tiled attar about twelve hours Friday morning about seven oclock Ho was buried Saturday morning near Korby Knob As Dean was a minor tho man who sold him the revolver was arrested Put away your gun and if you havent one dont buy any Tho old reliable blacksmith JE Daultou who has been away from Borea for one year has returned and has now opened a first class Blacksmith and Carriage Shop on corner Jackson street and Rawlings place near the calaboose Prices reasonable all work guaranteed BARGAINS Moat 05o per bushtl Granulated Sugar Bo per Ib Flour 40c to OOo per sack Boat Bacon Ho per Ib Salt tiOo por 100 lbs Good Coffee 12jo anti 15o per Ib All other goods at tho lowest pos siblo prlcellXI D SETTLEDIg Parties desiring to rent sewing machines for a month or more can got some at R H Chrismaus Fur nituro store 00JOlO0J000fOOfJOSOBO0o 0 College Items i0- a 0 o HERE AND THERE OSDSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOs0SMr from a ten days visit to his home Mr May loft Monday to bo away abut three weeks part of which ho will spend in his homo haunts A Sunday school Ilally is to behold in Manchester Clay county on Saturday August 4th This is being arranged by W K Boggs a Boron student who is engaged in Sunday schoolwork this summer Prof Marsh and Dr Cook expect to bo present und take part Prof Lewis and family go Thurs day for a visit to his homo in Pulaski county tripSaturdayin Dayton Ky near Cincinnati Prof Edwards left last Friday to visit frionds in Ohio and elsewhere Miss Alice McKee Berea 03 has resigned her position as assistant cataloger in the library of Michigan University to accept that of librarian of the library in Beatrice Neb Miss Smith formerly College Librar inn in Bores and more recently in Beatrice Neb is leaving that posh tion to become bead of tho library at Walla Walla Washington A letter from C J Lewis says that ho is teaching school in llarlan county and will be back in Berea next January with four or five friends to con tinuo his studies Treasurer Oflborno returned from nightleavingson In her old homo in Saybrook 0 whom she will remain with her par ents for a few weeks more Tho younger Mr Osborno who has just graduated from Yale willreturn there in the fall for graduate work Miss Carrie Robinson Almy form erly teacher of science In Berea and Mr Benjamin Thomas Maltby of Cleveland 0 brother of Mrs Os borne formerly assistant in the Treas urers office hero wore married at tho homo of the bride in Jamestown N Y last Thursday evening July 10th The wedding was one of tho most attractive of the season in that city About a hundred guests wero present among whom wore Mr and Mrs T J Osboruo Many Boron friends will wish the couple much joy in a long and happy life u MARKET REPORTS Grain Provisions Etc OFIXUTnjuteHtaOUOBtralcht export bates ItlogiM clear export bust WOOQ440 76Q7raDecember SeptemborSeptemberKVBfltoady on the early calL He celpta were I eAr July dosed at B7Ha asked and September at tSHo bid and t84 asked lb15Q41toBOOS Firm Fresh eggs at mark new primeantTurkeyrerducks UUUic itFLOURQuletWHEATBteady July ate Septem li5i15cMay norInaCOHNDull and without transaction Live Stock 3CATTLBUTXJ8W common to good steers USf U8U6ItOOUr0u5SfaIrchoice stockers MOOO1SJ good cutting to fair beat cows S2406320 bulls common to good tlKOUO bulls good to choice H10JK25 calves fair to good 50roHOaS Dtronr Good to choice butch shippingltmpacker4alnd40prime heavy IUOilGS good to choice Pig fettfttt NCATTLEMarketlower Native steer I160Ed4d J cow ind hel s tJpOW4Ql western steers BlAaa pls steers UT QUO cows 1 4 Ueffors cnnners 78flt8Sj Itockers and feeders 17D04t5 calves l1WO 7li bulls and tags il425 hlghetheavyIght 847 fl457i pigs f5tOS4tt bulk It sales JS47HWW SHEEP Market slow to lower Year IWwoa500 Disease takes no summer vacation U You wed Mesh IftC- IIttrcnsth w- eScotts Emulsion swnm r as in winttr Seed for tnt uaipU 8COTT ft BOWNK ChemUM 9sMt1 Paul Yk5aaadtaol iUdunllku DOUMA HURLS DEFIANCE AT CZAR MEMBERS MAY BE ARRESTED AND PLACED IN JAIL People Asked To Pay No Taxes Send No Recruit To the Army and Re pudiate National Loans Vlborg Finland July 24Tho cur tain dropped on tho final act ot the drama ot Russias first parliament when under tho spur of tho threat ol Oov Itcchanbcrg to uso military force to end the session and with troops al ready converging on the Hotel Delve dere where the meeting was held the assembled members of the lower houso 180 In number hurriedly adopt ed and signed an address to the people which Is thoroughly revolutionary In its nature elected a perpetual execu tive committee headed by Prlnco Paul Dolgoroukoff vlco president of the house to carry on the work of libera tlon and adjourned amidst tho charac teristic Russian embracing and kiss ing A few members Including Presi dent Mouromsteff M Pctrunkevlctb and Count Hoyden returned to St Po tersburg by evening trains The con stitutional democratic cohorts Intend to go to 8t Petersburg In a body but many of tho radical members fearing arrest on their arrival at tho capital will remain for tho present In Finland or return by roundabout routes Tho address In part Is as follows PopullURepltlenattvecttlsen Parliament hu been dissolved by ukauof July 21 You elected us aa your rep nghlforlion of your instructions and our duty we drew up laws In order to Insure freedom to the people We demanded the removal of tho Irresponsible minis tern who were Infringing the law with Impunity and oppressing freedom First of all however we wanted to bring out ala respecting the distribution of land to working peasants and Involving the assignment to this end of crown np belonaingKory expropriation of private estates The government promise to convoke a monthxhencedrat representation for seven whole month at a time when the people ore standing on the brink ot ruin and In dustry and commerce are undermined when the whole country la seething with unrest and when the ministry has den JusticetoCitizens stand up for your trampled on right for popular representation and for an Imperial parliament Russia must rot remain a day without popular repre sentation You poeae1 meant of acquiring It The government has with out the consent of the popular repre sentatives no right to collect taxes from peopletoparliament money nor soldiers Should the government however contract loan In order to procure funds such loan will be In- valll1 without the consent of the popular representatives The Russian people will never acknowledge them and will not be called upon to them Citizen In par obligatory and un representaUvea1V1tJ Children I ny Celebration at Narrow GUI Schoolhouse MISS ADKUA POX Teacher el Narrow cap who conducted the Childrens Day Celebration The Childrens Day celebration at the Narrow Gap school house last Sunday WAS a groat success Miss Fox who has been heart und soul of both religious and educational work in that vicinity for ton years con morningseMlon lions by children of the school and a talk to the children by Dr Cook After a picnic dinner which allen joyed n short afternoon meeting was held iu which a few more recitations were given and an address to tho older people by Dr Cook on the subject of Famous Men The Ileren Fair Next week Thursday Friday and Saturday August 2 8and 4 the Bonn Fair will bo hold Prizes are offered as usual for cakes bread cheese jolly and other homomado articles and for best stock of various sorts Tho admission is free on tho first day to ladies and children under twelve A brass band will furnish music and various shows and amusements will bo on the grounds No gambling will bo al lowed It is hoped that nothing may mar the enjoyment and profit of tho interesting occasion Premium lists can bo obtained at tho New Cash Store of tho president Mr Rhodus A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismaus the furniture man Bargain in Rent four room cottage garden lOOxJUO feet on Prospect street S5DO per mouth B P Ambrose Prospect street Beroa Ky TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rake LAXATIVH IIROMO QuInIne Tablets Urvgg1torefundmoney ifItfellatocureIW QKOVKS signature icon each box 2Co e 1 IEnjoy Your Walk Have a glass of Sparkling Phosphate afterwards It will quench your thirstjYou will always find our drinks ice cold not warm and sloppy Fresh fruit flavors t tCdw The Porter Drug Co eINCORPORATED Young G ManCreate I jl j1 I an Estate by insuring your I Life with the Oldest Company in the U 50=The New England Mutual I Life Insurance Company of Boston 1 I H C Woolf Agent Ic t j o OIOSOsoeososososoeosoososososoSoic0S0SOsososoSOsoi ISpeciatoi on Straw Hats 0 o e- We 0 find that we are overstocked on all kinds of Straw Hats and we take in ofIerif ou an OJ0 to save on e our special pricesk I 1 0o t25 Cent Straw Hats Special Sale price 10 eta iOII II II II II II 39U o 75rr II u rr lI i 551It 0 O 100 II I rr II rt U Xr 70fr 0 1 ou rt II u rr a U 55II 0 160II it II u n li shift 0 200II II n u u n 158 0 250II t II II u II 179 g oThey will not last long at these low prices 0 f- o Come early and get your pick at a bargain before they are gone It is our aim to stand close to the sg buying public in all their needs Visit us when in a want of any thing in the furnishing line o 4 oRespectfully s o 0 The New Cash Store i o Harris Rhodus Co BEREA KY o oOSOSOSoinn ooOOOOOO OOOQ o 0OSo EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY 1 CiufrEn VIII Continued As one of the half drunken prison ore expressed it Wo are whooped fur our rations and whiskeys about out But we had suffered terribly Every officer of tho Eighth engaged in this battle was either wounded or or killed except four Major Broad hue Lieutenants Blackwell Fhips and myself All of us had bullet holes in our clothing Most of tho night was spent on the field among dead dying and wounded of both armies thickly strewn over the field and woodland pasture In many places half a dozen won on a square rod of surface We built up fires and carried our bleeding comrades to them and loaded them into ambul ances as fast wo could procure thorn I Major Braduus of the Eighth was indefatigable in procuring convoy ances for our wounded comrades riding from hospital to hospital urging up the tired sleepy ambulance driv ers Captain Banton had fallen on tho picket lino Captains Minter and Hickman and Lieutenant W B Cox were mortally wounded Tho other wounded who did not fall into tho enemy shands as prisoners whoso names will appear hereafter wore Lieutenant Colonel R May Lieuten ant Wm Park Company C Lieuten ant Burley Company OJ Captain H Thompson Company K Sergeant D C Wiubourn and thirtyseven other nonconunissioned officers and pri vales ot the Eighth were found and carried to farm houses in the vicinity of the battle ground TO DE CONTINUED t L THE CITIZEN I E ALBERT COOK PhD Editor T1BREA KENTUCKY Study by Travel Mr Moeely tho nritlsh coramls lioncr who came over to study our lystom of education threo years ago las a plan for continuing to keep England In touch with us education illy lIe has persuaded tho Cunard tad other transatlantic lines to fur ilsh passago for teachers at nominal rates during the winter season Be tween November and March steam ihlp accommodations for COO will be provided Arrangements will be made to care for teachers on their arrival hero and to distribute them among university centers This is a form of educational reciprocity of which there have been numerous manifestations in England within a year The Inter- Change of visits between French and British workingmen was a phase of It as as tho fraternizing of schoolboys from either side of tho channel Very recently French university follows Wore welcomed as the guests of the University of London Tho institu ton of the Rhodes scholarships gave I groat Impetus to It In a senso tho Mosely plan is an extension of the sabbatical year system under which tho more fortunately placed American tollege Instructors study abroad every seventh year on full or half pay Buch an exchange of teachers between nations is bound to bo product tive of heightened interest and in greased efficiency Why should not ho plan be adopted hero asks the New York World If similar Inducements are hold out to American teachers to visit Europe for study and im proving travel it Is likely that tho main difficulty wo M bo to restrict the number desiring to go It should be feasible to secure like concessions for cheap transportation during tho pff season of travel and to mako provision for expenses The benefit to American teachers of educational trips abroad under such auspices would be inestimable They could visit the culture centers of Europe at a most favorable time when the tide of summer travel Is over and the schools are In session They would bring back all that is newest In edu cation In Berlin Paris and Oxford Or they could visit historic Athens and Syracuse without danger to health which Is hardly possible in midsummer for persons of northern strain Pupils not loss than teachers would profit by tho plan and boards of education might well allow partial pay to thoso undertaking such trips for general study Terrible Loss to Mankind Tho editor of the Bronson Minn DUdgot has been reflecting as follows upon the Importance of environment Johnny Olson eldest son of ono An drew Olson former owner of the RoseauStephen stage line is now a convict In the prison at Stillwater having shot a man over a game of curds The fato of this otherwlso brilliant lad would have been an en tirely different story had his early environment and training been dif ferent Reared amid the scenes of lawlessness and vice common to the frontier while yet a mere boy he had acquired the reputation of being tho swiftest sport and most successful poker shark along the line and we hear the news of his wild career with no semblance of surprise Ho would have been a credit to his state had his youth been led through channels of usefulness and guided In the and narrow way An orna 1IItralght the legal fraternity of any state a lawmaker a loader among the leaders of the nation Lot us not with more chagrin prospect this bit of ruined humanity Wo cannot too closely observe the laws of God and man Upon the children depends the fate of tho nation As Capt Bunsby would wisely remark The bearings of this obserwatlon lays in the application on It The proposition to tax bachelors Is- lIP for discussion again In England The London Truth suggests the collection of such a tax by spinsters The following Imaginary colloquy takes placeFemale CollectorAre you a bach elorDachelorYea madam Female Collector Ba so good as to how me your passbook She examines It You apparently make more than 4800 a year and you have evaded the tax by not declaring the amount of your earnings You are li able to a fine of 200 but should you marry me I will not report the matter to the authorities A Pltteburg Inventor claims to have Invented a device by which a tale phone operator after she has connect ed two telephones cannot hear the conversation between the subscribers If this bo true the telephone com panics may have to raise tho wages of tho operators or put a male force At the switchboards Some of the geographers are ask- Ing if the earth is shaped like a pear The trusts think it looks more Jike a plum LADY CURZONIS DEAD WAS WIFE OF FORMER VICEROY OF INDIA DAUGHTER OF LEVI LEITER Offspring of Chicago Dry Goods Merchant She Married British Under SeoretAry Who Rose to High Position LondonLady Curzon of Kedlcs ton wife of the former viceroy of India who has been III for some days died at 640 oclock Wednesday even ing She never quite recovered from hor serious Illness at Walmer castle Kent in 1P04 and tho recent hot weather brought on a pronounced at tack of general debility- It was anncunced at the Curzon residence that tho final cause of Lady Curzons death was heart failure but LADY CURZON she had been suffering from complica tions which were the sequel of her ter Able Illness of two years ago The funeral will take place at Kedleston Lady Curzon of Kedleston was Mary Leiter daughter of the late LevI Z Leiter of Chicago and was In hor own right the possessor of 13000000 From Chicago the family moved to Washington and later tray eled extensively and entertained lav ishly During a stay in England Miss Loiter met George N Carson eldest son Of Rev Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon fourth baron Scarsdale They were married In 1886 after Cunon had held the offices of assistant prl vate secretary to the marquis of Salis bury under secretary of state for India and under secretary of state fo foreign affairs In 1S9S Cnrzon was created First Baron Curzon of Kedles ton and In 1809 was appointed viceroy and governor general of India which post he resigned In August 190S and was succeeded by the earl of Mints Daisy Leltor one of the sisters of Lady Curzon was married to the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire in Wash ington December 26 1904 Nancy Letter another sister of Lady Curzon was married in Wash- Ington November 20 1904 to MaJ a P Campbell of the British army Lady Curzon leaves two daughters LA FOLLETTE ON RATE BILL Wisconsin Senator Says Measure Passed by Congress Will Rave to Be Strengthened Milwaukee I do not understand tho meaning of treason to party and people If It means working for tho good of the people said Senator La Follette when shown the Interview of Senator Hemlnway of Indiana in which La Folletto Is branded as party traitor and enemy of the rate bill passed by congress In that he worked I with the Democrats to load the bill with amendments which would Im peril Its constitutionality The rate bill is good so far as it goes said Mr La Follotte but it needs strengthening I am going back to Washington next fall to fight for those amendments and unless some of these changes are made the railroad question will be the great issue of the ext presidential cam paign I had a talk with the presi dent before I left Washington and he told me the bill needed strength ening He thought some of my amendments were good and said he would study them this summer He congratulated me upon the work I have done In Washington Death of Diamond King London Alfred Belt the well known South African financier died Monday He had been in bad health for some time Mr Belt was born in 1853 in Hamburg Mr Belt who is said to have been the richest man in London and who controlled the output of gold in South Africa was at one time alleged to be forming a gold trust In which the names of prominent Ameri can financiers were mentioned He gave large sums of money to the Red Cross and other institutions and re cently gave 500000 to found a uni versity at Hamburg Work for Ohio Miners Canton OThree thousand coal miners in the Fifth Ohio district will return to work at once as a result of the settlement reached here by the operators and miners delegates Tho scale of 1903 was adopted Demonstration at Zolas Tomb Paris There was a demonstration Thursday at the tomb of Emile Zola commemorative of the acquittal of Dreyfus The latter sent a wreath pf roses and orchids Dreyfus was greeted with a perfect ovation Ii A GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR STANDARD OIL u OHIO OIL INQUIRY ENDS COURTS WITHOUT POWER PROSECUTION OF STANDARD COMPANY AT CLEVELAND DROPPXD TO BE CONTIif USD AT CKICAOO Cleveland OTlae federal grand Jury which has been la session here Investigating alleged violations of the interstate commerce laws and antirailroad rebate laws ad journed Tuesday afternoon without bringing Ray indictment The In vestigation WM directed particularly concerning the Standard Oil company and the Lahe Shore Railroad com Paul and was the result of testimony istrtatercommerce commission here recently In which evidence of alleged rebating by the Lake Shore In favor of the Standard Oil company had been given The failure to return Indict ments It Is officially stated was due to the fact that the Investigation developed Ute fact that the court here was without Jurisdiction of the al leged offenses upon which testimony was given and that all of the evi dence secured here Is to be trans ferred to the federal officials at Chi cago where the oases are to bo pros ecuted Following toe discharge of the grand Jury which made no re port District AttorneySulllvan gave out tho following statement Mr Sullivans Statement On Monday Attornoy General Moody and myself met In the United States attorneys office In New York city and reviewed the evidence brought before the present grand jury relative to alleged violations of the federal law by the Standard 011 company in connection with the transportation and storage of Its products by the Lake Shore Mich igan Southern Railway company We came to the conclusion that the aforesaid I testimony Used the legal jurisdiction for Indictment and prosecu tion elsewhere than in the jurisdic lion of the northern district of Ohio and Special Counsel Oliver E Pain confirms our joint opinion In this respect This confined the Inquiry before the present grand jury to an In vestigation of all alleged violations ARKANSAS IS AFTER TRUSTS Attorney General Sues Cotton Seed Oil Mill for Alleged Violation of the AntiTrust Laws Little Rock ArkSult was entered Wednesday against the five cotton seed mills of this city by Attorney General Rogers and Prosecuting Attor ney Hohotbn charging them with be ing members of a combine In violation of tho antitrust law and alleging restraint of trade The suits ask judg ment In the sum of 5000 per day ag gregating 130000 against each com pany and asking also the revocation of their charters In this state It is the understanding In court cir cles here that suits are to be entered against the remaining 31 mills as soon as the papers can bo filed Day Bandits Sentenced Madison WisWalter ODryan and Charles AHlnger tho Chicago boybandits who held up and shot George Howard of Illuo River WIs were Friday sentenced to six years each In the state reformatory Uprising Is Threatened El Paso TexRafael Y abel governor of Sonora Mexico visited Kl Paso Friday en route to Mexico City to consult wIth President Diaz and prepare for the threatened uprising In that country September 19 of law as they might be the subject of prosecution la other Jurisdictions Evidence valuable to the govern meAt IM say proeeeutlon which may be commenced elsewhere lime bees adduced before the grand jury and will probably at once be put Into force and effect In the proper Juris diction probably Chicago by the at torney general Court Lanka Jurijtoletion IMlt appearing und Qtbls statement that under the facts as they now appear there Is lawful Jurisdic tics la this particular Judicial dis Inlet the grand JnQr did not vote upon the question eOadktmeMUpt all but the sitting of that body at the present time was very Important In sot only developing where the prose cution of the alleged offenses should be lIadM but also brought out Impor taut testimony that can be effectively used all along the line according to tke programme adopted by the attor any general 1n hie earnest and vigor ous campaign against corporate and Individual violators of the BlklM law and the set to regulate CO- Mmerce among the states Chi on go Get Cases Chicago District Attorney Mor rlwirj has received a transcript ef the evidence taken before tko Clove land grand jury In the Standard Oil Inquiry and be Is going over It with Oliver R Pagln special attorney del egated by Attorney General Moody to have supervision of the prosecution of the Standard 011 company Mewrs Morrison and Pagln returned from Cleveland Wednesday A special grand jury will be stalled to hear the oil trust cases In ten days The prosecution will be directed against the Standard 011 company onlyand not against the Lake Shore road as In Cleveland at tho begin ning of the session there Should the railroad company be Indicted the oiL cials are safe owing to the Immunity baths they have received Tho grand jury must consider the rebates paid the Standard Oil com pany by the Alton road on business between tfbiting fad and Eat 81 Lou These rebates were uncovered by the Garfield report RUSSIAN REDS BURN TOWN Revolutionists Said to Have Started Fire in JWhJch Hundreds of Per sons Were Destroyed Samara RussInrThe latest news from Syzran Is that the olty Is a heap of ruins hundreds of persons lost their lives In the flames Several men suspected of InccndlarUm were lynched Food for the starving In habitants of Syzran Is sent from herd and from Saratoff No doubt Is entertained the burning of Syzran was a revolutionary dom castration The government build ings arid treasury were destroyed Sysran was an Important commer chat and Industrial town 70 miles south of Simbirsk on the Syxran river near Its confluence with the Volga Dy the census of 1397 It had a population of over 32000 Rockefeller on Way to Gotham Paris John D Rockefeller sailed for Now York Friday evening Mr Rockefeller declined to discuss the announcements of legal proceedings against him which aro awaiting lily arrival in tho United States Engineer Killed in Wreck Columbus NobIn a freight wreck on tho main lino of the Union Pacific nears this placq Engineer Fred Rich ards of North Platte Neb was Killed Several carS wore detailed and traffic stopped for a Tim e TO ENFORCE 8HOUR DAY FEDERAL CONTRACTORS MUST OBSERVE LAW Radical Step Planned by President it Paves of LaborjProsefluUon for Violators Washington Action of the great oil Importance In labor circles Is con templated In a direction given by tho president to officers In charge of pub lie works at the Instance of Secretory Taft This la to ompfoy the govern moot own officers to direct and pun lab violations of the law of 1002 pro viding except that In OHIO of emer gency work upon government build Ings ships and other properties shall bo limited to eight hours eaeh day for each workman An effort was made by the forces of organized labor during tho last soMlon of congress to secure legislation to this end but so effective was tho opposition of the great eon tracting firms that adjournment was had without any action upon the pending bill though the house oats mine on tabor consumed runny hours In listening to powerful arguments on olthor side of ala questlen Heretofore i trims been the practice of eoceetiUvq officer when complaint was made by labor unless that the olghtliour law was bulHg violated by ooaUaoton building snipe construct lag iMbfle building engaged In river and harbor works sod other pabllo oAterprtsea to reply that It was not their tmslnese that the law was bindle upon tINt eofllrartori ami that II the labor unions felt aggrieved and knew of violations of the law they sfeoHkl proteed themselves legally Rgalast the offenders GEN STOESSEL TO BE SHOT Russian Commission Reoemmendt Death Penalty fir Officer Who Defended Port Arthur St Petersburg The oMMtaston appointed to Investigate the sumo tier of Port Arthur lope Inlehwl ita tabors and recommends that Utvt OM Stoeesel Uw former eommander K the rtneelan ions at Port Arthur ko dismissed hoes OM army sad shot 11 CUT OEN ITOgeagf that Neat Gee Pock who command te4 UM Arthur Siberian division fat Port be dlawtaMd horn Ute army and undergo a years hard labor that Gee Raise chtef ef staff of OM Stoeesel be dismissed and bsilthnd aad that Admiral AlexISff former viceroy In the far east Lieut Gea Smirnoff commander of the Port Arthur fortress awl Gen Von naadsr be reprimanded The formal trial of those officers will take place shortlyAGREE ON PEACE COMPACT Representatives of Central American Republics Sign Treaty on Board United States Warship San JOI4I Guatemala A treaty of peace between Gwtl mal Salvador and Hofldnras was signed PiWay on board tho United States cruiser Mar blehood on the high seas off the Guat emalan coast There was a strenuous dissuasion and some difficulty In reaching mu tally acceptable conditions GamI lug about an agreement Judge Ilargis Freed Dcattyvllle KyThe jury In the Ilargls Callahan trial returned a vet dict qf not guilty Tuesday after he Ing out 22 minutes The men were charged with the murder of J D Marcum Tho verdict Is tho culmina tion of a long and bitter fight in the courts to convict James Hargls and Ed Callahan as chief consplraters In one of the darkest crIme In Ken tucky history H H Rogers Loses Suit DpstonA decision favorable to tho plaintiff was handed down Wednesday In tho United States circuit court In tho case of George W Pepper receiver of the nay State Gas oompany of Decatur against Henry IL Rogors of New York In tho suit to recover 9000000 alleged to be duo tho gas company in connection with the sale companies I Eight Charged with Arson Marquotto MlchA sensation was sprung In Luco county whoa eight residents of McMillan woro arrested on a chargo of arson The arrests nro the culmination of a series of alleged Incendiary fires- AmbassadorSails for Home Paris Ambassador McCormick and Mrs McCormick will sail for Ndw1 York Friday from Cherbourg on tho HamburgAmerican line steamer Amcrlka tot a short vacation In the United Stato J I LET LIQUOR ALONE Let liquor alone and twill II ef r hurt you Jo mom iopl argue and think It ti two Let liquor akin tNt Is all very well utt whom It will hUft us u tWBB yew- eant Wit It may net hurt you but It way hater another A husband a sen er R Molar or bceiher Tear sweetheart your lever year deer HIM child Ily whew fun and trolls your hears are- It tl may hurt a relative hdeHbw or On frienddotIt may louch some lite that Is liar to your own AM bring you tuck emw as neft e lave known And then oh how bHter year old try would be 1 but Mortar jtourhdPer nms no repeetw of pit S IIeeoJ Heaeests and petulant It never win liel It saga Ive a rht la tSta isad t UM INoJfThe voters have llciitMl mo sew let And JlandAd work desolation as e SIT At swift er it noun en IIty ds7or bt mum You mevae know when yew ete eat roe 111 Wleht It ewe the soUre courts ezptaso east IM GIve Makes criminal ease er juftasa dash to MlW It causes non lire man Mrder sad enI e- Than yes wield be wiiNa M read at ofeiytime It caueee red ore dente en lead ad sea wreck train said llIks vilasla In hops M debees stakes meal heave hael sad 4 u a sham Hew innocent euffrr when theyre sot le MeMMb The drunkard wife Mverlng ne iW ea read Use poor little OIIa who are aryls roc d And duthessayswoon At arelnc her boy brought home dritoK from a taloon One half of the neq neer ean we knowyThat u fee stvst liquor alone t If man only waui4t Then pkdee all il youth leech UR hew lu boo IIHHI And tact them 10 OlD hate tlds bsvera4e of de That touching aiwl taUo It tenet the B- h rtn le on In fAAnd let ue one a our hurt for la thU gnat t ntaet we each may hove part A e drtehlng8 eencemed well lei h iesr alone lint we wttt net groat n our land for a throne dwascrown Mettle A Ferkera In NaU nsl Ave cate WHY THEY FAILED T Beer Drtakiag Saps Oenmms Xa tiewil VlprStI1klDI Proof ef the Chart German writers la comment log oa the failure of German athletes to parry off alcnal honors In the Olym plan gamer at atoms assert that the skid reuse of the low standard at their physical achievements u the beer drinklsg MMt which is greatly sapping the MUonal rtor tielwriters agree that this habit prevents the Germans froM aefjnlrliic that taut uses of Mttsde which dtoUnfatshes UM Amerlcnn awl IJqlIak athletes nM not cnry cause anperHaoea fat hut seriously afftcu the heart which It the sport organ per esoelleace Chi KuWMIThe I testimony front tu prejudiced observer It la slcvlneant that Germany herself should coatees her failure to an en M tally compete with other aattons IN athletic eotiteals and that she should toy her failure to her national love for beer says the 1 Illinois Issue This beerdrinking habit has caused Germans most hu miliating chagrin To loss at so Im portant a contest as that held at Ath oils Vat to the patrlotie German a most stlpglng disappointment Tai this defeat was duo to beer Is the bard est blow of all Ilea Is Germanys boast Her boast Is her defeat and dishonor I aredofendlngin this country to promulgate the beer drinking habit The beer In this aqua try Is criminally adulterated and con talus a large per cent of alcohol and Y otter poisonous Ingredients mainly Ingredients that create appetite Un aware of this the Germans tome overNand stumble Into tho death the saloon pirates If German beer which is praotlefilly free from Adulteration and poisons i causes the nation to bow hsrnettd in dOtmoatllonod her manhood what mat expect the vicious swill et this oouj try which is called beer to a cora t pllshOn the other hand it little behooved tho Uerman AmorIcaus to cents iheSf t with a cry for personal liberty IJQ grade themselves with the sturtMfift rleis caused their Fatherland to Ttfdffl t her taco in humiliation and shonfa i I Tobacco Users Increasing jThe non or tobacco is Increasing The revenue records show that In liffi thorn Was nn output In the Unite tats nu follows CIgars 10112t 3 441 cigarettes 35204MBC3 plus Ash Icut and snuff 36S8811C pounus fJ LdhROADJU68 tiP yt HARVESTING BEANS Directions for the Growing and Han dling ot This Profitable Crop The bean crop flue a good place in l tho ordinary farm rotation since It may bo planted at a tlmo when other work is not pressing and re quire but a small amount of culti y n t Ion They well on ordinary clay loam and glvo good returns for the lgrow expended beans should bo planted after of frost Is past and corn and other spring work has well completed A good crop may often be matured if planted as kite as July 4 They do host on loam sell and prefer slay uplands that are well drained which need not bo par tloutarly rich roWIl1lialtt ono half feet apart They may bo planted with a oorn planter adjust ed to a slow speed so as to drop tho I tltn HOMEMADB BKAJt IHKLLKH beaus six lo eight Inekes apart In the rew uale planters have spe cial BUftchmeats for planting beans The gramd should be harrowed after the betas are planted sad the surface may be Utoroogkly cultivated at that time TIM only cultivation neoseaary li grow them Is rut sUrrtng of the surface to keep down weeds sad rvhtin moisture Deep plowing skpwhl IM avoided since It la unnecessary alMl harmful n TIM betas should be allowed to ripen sad become brown before be lag picked It Is usually best to al low them to became M dry as pee Bible so as not to shell out In hand Img There are several contrivance for pulling sad cutting the beans ORe ot the simplest sad tot praoU cal Is shown In UM cut It eoMteu of a knife which rosy be made by any blacksmith which- i bolted to the stork of an ordinary single slaved plow With one Horse this Instrument may be need to eat several sere a day TIle Mtew feoU be held BO that the knUe passes aWng lust under UM surface of the ground cutting the bean stems about oeekelf Inch betew the surface After allowing the bees to dry and the leaves to wilt they may be gathered Into piles with a fourlined fork where they may be allowed to remain for a day or two If the weather Is dry Thor should then be hauled to shelter and placed In a pile not more than three feet deep It leaves area very green there Is danger of moki lug which will seriously injuro tho beans They must be left In this oiIInll until thoroughly dry and tho 7STeHi havo become hard and brit They may then be bulled either i1jj them out with a stick or fining ono of the hullers several tlnakw ot which are on the market A very cheap and effective huller suggested by Farm and Hone maybe made from the sketch It con slits of n cyllftderTR which that be niado from ft blook ef wood Jnt which are dilvlnt number Of o 10 spikes with hoods out off about i ono Inch apart and In rows In tho block h which serves R8 a teneave t other splkos are driven which when tho arrangement Is mounted will pass between the rows ot slilkcs on tho roller FARMABOUT THE Make war on tho poison Ivy Cut tbo ryo heads out of tho wheat Timothy sod Is right for rutabagas Study the matter ot raising a little Alfalfa There Is too much waste land along jur funccs Clean out tho swill barrel Rotten will is unfit for hogs If penned outofdoors be sure to navo a sholtor from raid and on awn ng or troos to shsxlo from tho sun logs easily tuistor and suffer Glvo Jieur good water A hog can bo roared In the pasture vUh tho cattle almost without cost twill learn to love and to follow the cows as easily as willa pet sheep FrcoranBo hogs aro hoalihy Dont let a crust form on cultivated nnd Start Uio cultivator going soon o after oach rain A crust moans that thu soil moisture can rapidly ovap ra 1 A dust mulch prevents such Ion Stir tho soil every week 1ren I1S until time to layby the gyeip 3 A Neglected Fence inoglcctod fence Is always a detri m iitffo tho farm especially If it bo a J1nd grain farm The nugloote- dfeniteaehue the farm animals that a foncofmay be Ignored when they wish to get Into a field where they should not bo X neglected fenco Is always unsightly and Is usually a harbor of wcodi and predator luaccU s THE EARTH ROAD DRAG A N Johnson State Highway Engineer of Illinois Tells How It Is Built Mr A N Johnson stato highway engineer of Illinois describes the earth rond drag The exact form or stylo of drag to bo used is not the most essential part of road dragging Most any devlco will provo effective which will movo a small amount of earth towards tho middle of tho road and at th Mmo tlmo slick over tho surface As Uio wholo theory and effectiveness of road dragging depends on tho moving of but a small amount of earth at a time It Is Important that no road drag be used which Is ot heavy design In fact the lighter and more simple tho drag tho moro effective It usually is This drag Is made from a 10 or 12 Inch log eight or nine foot long The cross braces aro fourInch sticks shaped to fit Into a twoInch hole A board platform not shown In tho cut Is laid on tho cross pieces for tho driver to stand upon A simple stick of Umber or piece ot railroad Iron has proved useful for this work Vshaped drags have also boon used but semi to meet an ob Jootlon due to tho fact of their heavy draught Perhaps the most effective toms of drag Is that known OH tho split log drag which may also bo made of two stout planks In ptaco of the split log Oak or other heavy wood should not bo used whoro it is possible to get a log of lighter wood We slow a sketch for a split log drag which Is so simple In construe lion that it can be made on every farm The log should bo from ton to 12 Inchon In diameter and about nine feet long Tho holes In the front half of tho log should be bored so that a slight slant forward Is given to tho lower part of the front face of tho split log The holes In the rear log are bonkS so that Its fiat face will bo perpendicular to tho sticks forming the connecting braces which should be tapered at the ends so that they will fit snugly Into the holes borod late the loss The holes should not be leee than two Inches In diameter The ends of the cross sticks should be split sad wedges driven so as to secure UM eras braces In place The wedges should be driven crosswise ot UM grain of the tog or plank so as not to split It A diagonal cross brace Is placed between UM lop at the leading sad to stiffen the frame of the drag The distance from the face of the back log to the face of the tract log should be about three feet The tow er front edge or toe of UM drag should be protected sad three or four Inches wide and about four feet long This strip of Iron should be bolted to the frost log sad the heads of the bolts TItR TWO STYLBSJ OP BAMTH ROAD OllAO countersunk The strip of Iron should not be carried the entire length of tho frost log The plank drag Is made from two pieces of ten or 12 Inch plunk two or three Inches thick and eight or nine feet long reinforced by a twoInch by sixInch strip The cruse braces aro fourInch sticks shaped to fit a two Inch hole A board platform not shown la the out Is laid on tho cross pieces for the driver to stand upon Chains should bo provided with which to haul tho drag arranged with a short and long hitch as shown In tho sketch so that tho drag will travel at an angle of about 45 degrees with Uio direction of the road It will be noticed from tho sketch that tlio long hitch of tho chain goes over tho log around ono of the cross pieces rather than through a hole in tho front log This allows tho earth to slldo unobstructed along the front taco of tho drag Wo show a form of drag made from plans which aro rocnforcod on the in liar side by twoInch by sixInch strips Both forms ot drag aro effective and tho ono that can bo constructed most convonolntly is tho ono advised Or- dinArily material for a plank drag can bo moro readily secured A plank drag also has a slight advantage in that tho earth will moro readily slide along Its face than along tho rougher face of a split log As can bo readily appreciated from tho cuts tho cost of a drug cannot be very groatnot over thrco dollars or four dollars A modlSlcatlon of tho split log drag has been made recently by Mr Ed ward BUunborger ot Dudson 111 By means of this modification It Is pos sible to Incline tho facet of the log BO that thoy will slant either forward or backward according as it Is de sired to have tho drag cut deep or shallow As flue adjustment of the log Is easily effected by tho movement of a lover It adds considerable to tho ease with which It Is possible to die charge tho earth that may bo collect od In front of tho drag at any particu lar point desired This form of drag has not been In uso long enough to determine whether It has sufficient advantages to warrant the extra work necessary In making the hinged Inuno1 nnd ccT bctlnfJcvcrs r1 fc Jesus Dines With a PhariseeSu- nday School Leisonlor Juljr291906 Specially Prepared for This Piper LESSON TEXTIuke 14111 Memory verses I DhlTEXTJle that humbleth hlmntir hall be exaltedLuke 1411 TIME On a Sabbath day early In January A 30 Ierliapi two or three wwk after last Sunday a lewo- nlLACRn a house of a Pharisee In Perea sear Uethabara at the fords of the Jordan near Jericho John 1040 CIlIITiritH IlEKKHKNCKB Beven Mlrurlcg of Marcy on the SabbathMotoL12loU Mark 12128 II 14i John 1111 9114 Other In stances of example and teaching SlntU 1211 Mark ft Luke 418 II John 7Sa Jemii teething all 10 hoipUallty Matthews feastLuke 629 lIre tlona to the apostlee Luke 94- h5 1014 Jesus mingled sorlally with t People Matt 111111 parable of a weddlnlf feast Matt 21114 Jenus went to a feast nt a Pharisees house Luke 71 break fasted with a Iharlsee Luke 1117 dlnfwith a Ilmrlnco end taught Luke 41UH attended a wedding John 2111 and a feast at Bethany Matt CCU Jesus fetation with Mary and Martha nt Luke JOa42 Matt 1111 Std also slam 1311 1 TIm 32 610 t1L 13 neb 131 1 Pet 41 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 1 One of the chief Pharisees A Pharisee who was eminent for his wealth or his learning To oat broad on the Sabbath day Jews wore very fond of visiting and feasting on that day They watched him Some of the guests had come BO tho original Indicate for the express purpose of loely watching Josuu every word And deed V 2 Behold The exclamation hints that the presence of this man wag a surprise to at last some of the company but It Is quite widely be lieved that tho critics referred to in- V 1 had brought him In for the express purpose of testing Jesus Be Immediately In front of JeauLThe guests had not yet taken places at the table A certain man dropsy A man suffering from this disease which to well known m our day and land and at that date wtis considered Incurable V 3 Jests answering Jews an swered their unspoken question Law yore Scribes who made special study of tho law of Moses Phari sees Tho most strict sect of aJews Is It lawful to bsal mi UM Sabbath day One of the foolish atrt God dlshonortnf potion which the Jaws held concerning the Sabbath was that It was unlawful for any to do the work required to help the sick or for UM sick man to take medicine on that day V4 They held their peace It they should answer No their own hearts and hose of all present would cry out against them If they answered Yea they would bo contradlcUag the law of the rabbis eo they refused to give any answer V S Which of you Think of It M a personal matter an1 decide what you would do It something befell one wry dear to you or a valuable animal on the Sabbath An ese or an ox Some raatmtcripts give Instead of the word sea the word son Fallen Into a pit Perhaps a well is meant which in Palestine was often unprotected and for an animal or child to fall In was no uncommon occurrence V6 They could not answer him They would not confess that Jews was right and the rabbis were wrong about Sabbathkeeping V1 lie pt forth a parable This differs from other parable of Jesus It simply points out how men commonly act under certain conditions and shows how they would act It they followed tho dictates of prudence or still more the dictates of love Chose out the chief seats At this date It was cup tomary to arrange tables In threes called a triclinium Couches for three persons to recline upon were placed at tho outer side of each table and an open square left In the eenter The middle place at ouch table was eon sidered a place of honor and the strife of oriental for those chief seats can scarce be appreciated by people of western nations V 8 Hidden to n wedding At a marriage feast the laws of etiquette would be most carefully observed V9 Ho that bade thee The one In charge of the festivities commonly called the governor or the ruler of the feast Ole this man plaeoIt oc curs every day In social gatherings In tho out that the master of the feast has to remove some guests from the high places which they have chosen and assign them to lower places V 10 Go lowest room This does not mean that we are to ape humility In order to get praises and promotion Friend go top higher Ho who shows willingness to take a low place soon finds himself In n high place In the esteem of others Wor ship Esteem- V 11 Whosoever exalteth himself abased This Is one of the fundamental laws of the Kingdom of heaven Ho that humbleth shall bo exalted Ho who has truo humility Is In eiich an attitude of heart and mind that God can use him In lifting him to n higher plane and greater u IfIIII neal V 13 Gall the poor maimed lame blind Invite those who cannot make a similar feast for you- Practical Points V3 Works of Christlike love and helpfulness are peculiarly appropriate to tho Sabbath daEx 208 V G That man Is far from God whose heart Is not touched with compassion tor suffering animals Prov 1210 V 8 The truly worthy seek tho plAce where they can be of greatest service to othersLuke 22 2C V 10 Tho truly humble are exalted by the Indwelling Spirit of Almighty Godhl 5715 V It Who blesses others Is himself most richly blessed now and forever Acui20s35 DEAN OF WALL STREET IS DEAD GREAT FINANCIER DIED AT HIS SEASIDE HOME Bested In Fight With Ravages of Ola AgeLeft Fortune Estimated- at 100000000 New York July 21 HuMell Sage died peacefully at his summer homo at Lawrence L L at 410 Sunday after noon In his 90th year Ills devoted wife Dr Edward G Jnneway Dr Carl Schmuch and the nurses who have waited upon him in his last Illness woro at tho bedside The aged man who had been uncon scious but a few hours before tho end sank into his last sleep without the least sign of pain and only the dot tors words with his hand to tho pulse less wrist It Is the end Informed those nearby that Mr Sage had passed away so gradual and opsy had been tho approach of deathINo specific cause cart be assigned for the death of Mr Sage Physical Infirmities have beset him In Ida ex treme age causing his retirement frqm active business something more than a year ago but he has shown remark able vitality and recuperative power Ho has recovered repeatedly from seri ous attacks and seemingly In fully restored health would be seen wolklh upon tho streets or driving In tho parks Immediately afterwanlI Died of Old Age About three weeks ago Mr Sage was forced Into bed by weakness and phi scat Infirmities but again the spark of vitality seemed renwed and his phy sicians were surprised at the marked improvement In his condition lie was warned not to exert himself and a few days ago suffered a relapse but It was only In the last two or three days that his Illness assumed an alarming phase Ho failed to slow any improvement and gradually sank until he lapsed Into unconsciousness about noon Sunday and died four hours later Up to the moment that be lost consciousness Mr Sage was In full pos session of all his faculties and bright and cheerful talking and making apt comments to the physicians sad hH wife lie seemed to have absolutely BO fear and was prepared to meet his maker In peace Although Russell sage was one ot the richest men In the world with a commald of more ready cash than any other Individual In this country and for more than 40 years a dominant tae tor in Wall street his death will hardly cause a ripple In the financial world so careful have his again been ar rangedHis fortune II estimated at 100800 000 but he left no children to enjoy Its benefits REFORM THE PEOPLE DY FORCE The Rule of Tyranny Is Again Revived In Russia St Petersburg July aaAn Imperial ukase relieves M Goremykin of the premiership and appoints M Stoly pin lie also retains his present poet of minister ot the Interior M Sttchln sky minister of agriculture has resigned The parliament building was closed Sunday and guarded by police who refused admission except to tho president and Vice president of the house With tho Imperial ukase dissolving parliament which was promulgated early In the morning the curtain rose on possibly the tact act In the great drama of the lluMlan revolution The people and the government now stand taco to face and upon the army depends the Immediate Issuo Rven should the government suc ceed in restraining an outbreak of the people the victory probably will only bo temporary and will simply confine tho steam for the flan explosion No one doubts the sevrlty of the storm which will rise In the country In re spouse tq the emperors dispersal of the men whom ho welcomed two months ago in the winter palace as the beAt men in Russia but the die is cast iTghtnlng Killed Five Manltowoc WIs July 3Fho per sons aro dead two more are expected to die and n score or more aro Injured many of them seriously as a result of a bolt of lightning striking tho grand stand of Athletic park Just before a ball game But for tho tact that the accident occurred before the game was called and that only 150 persons wero on the ground the list of fatal ties would have been larger Twenty Killed In Collision Charlotte N C July 23ln one of tho Worst railroad casualties In tho history of this section about 20 pea pie woro killed and moro than that Injured as the result of a headon col lision between a through oostbound passenger train and an extra freight near Buckingham N C Many of the victims aro said to be negroes James M Webb Dead St Louis July 23 James M Webb aged 70 years ono of tho oldest steam boat Joiners on the Mississippi river died at his homo hero Ha was born in Allegheny county Iaand earns to St Louis in 184- 9Constabulary Routed Manila July 23At Barauen Lejto Lieut Williams and a force of 45 of tho constabulary engaged 500 JAI w6tuIBride and 12 privates The Strike Called Off Atlanta Ga July 23The strike ot tho linemen of tho Southern Bdll Telephone and Telegraph Co which was declared by tho Electrical Wdrkors offipiallyPmllodc1l i i I J1855 Berea 190v7 College i I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 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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 defioit is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea 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 ctctovary 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 are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at costILIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The rent for the fine buildings 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 Secondan Incidental Fieto 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 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term weeks Incidental Tee 500 dollar deposit to be re EThose Inci dental 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 bf 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 i nurse without extra change All excerpt those with parents in Berea live in Colle e buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except 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 from 50 cents to one dollar a week ctrnise The besttirhe tocometo Bcrca arid the most favorable time to study is in the fall CSylt is important to come the first day September la and stay till the end December 19 16 For further information and friendly advice write tp the Secretary f WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY t Madison CtiEity Roller MiILa- HIsHH4Ie1 li Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour CorD Meal Ship stuffs Gushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be iI hard to beat PRiDE OF MADISON WI uother Excellent Flour EcJllll defal Potts Duersont Scalia KyI- e4 aas 11r LHf rl r ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools Jly PIIOF CIIAKUKS n LKWIS MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTIONS Show by presenting many simple examples to the class that when the multiplier is a fractional unit f e has one for its numerator the operation is simply a division as 15 of 25 = 55 or 17 of 23 mi221 mi Then with a multiplier of 27 the product would be twice as much or 421 etc In such a problem as 35X27 insist upon the following analysis 1 55x27=1035 Form only changed 2 15X27 15 of 1035=235 3 35X27=3X235035 After drilling thoroughly on this give the general statement drawn from observation the product of two or more fractions is equal to theproduct of the numer ators over the product of the denominators This is a statement of principle and should be used instead of a rule which is merely a statement of operation DIVISION OF FRACTIONS This subject which is so often discussed as if it were difficult is very simple if rightly treated It in volves three steps in reasoning They are 1st How many times is a fractional unit contained in one unit 2d How many times is any fraction contained in one unit 3d If a fraction is contained given number of times in one unit how often will it be contained in any numberThe mystery of the inverted divisor becomes clear at once ifa few problems be analysed as is the following one 37V25= 1st stop 15 is contained in one unit 5 times Why2d step 25 is contained in one unit 12 as often as 15 or 12 of 5=52 times Why 3d step Since 25 is contained 52 times in one unit in 37 it will be contained 37 of 52=1514 times Drill on this analysis until every step becomes perfectly familiar to the pupil In solving problems use the situ pIe statement37261a37X5 2=1514 and be sure that the pupil never loses sight of the fact that we mul tiply by the divisor inverted because it expresses the number of times the divisor is contained in one unit I believe this to be the clearest and simplest treatment of this subject though the child should be taught that when fractions are of the same denomination their quo tient is the same as the quotient of their numerators TO DE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK NOTEThe Home and Farm Departments are omitted this week on account of extra matter relating to Dr Rogers They will be contin ued next week as usual IT BEGINS TODAY 1 OUR NEW SERIAL STORY I THE r- V GRAFTERS I By FRANCIS LYNDE Author of The Maflef of Appleby A Question of Courage etc Jt l Here is what some critics have said of this remarkable Story NEW YORK TIMES says There are chapters that one reads with leaping pulso and bated breath and then reads again for delight In the splendid abandon of the style THE BOSTON HERALD says Of stirring Interest It fasci nates by the vigor of the authors trenchant pen THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL says This Is one of the stories which you sit up all night to finish i THE ROCHESTER HERALD says Any sane reader will let the soup scorch to see the hero through the crises which pile one upon the other so fast that there Is no breathing space between THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE says The reader will feel the wind In his hair when he finds himself in the cab of a flying locomotive dashing past danger signals with the sound of bullets In ears that are tensely expectant of an exploding boiler Remember the opening chapter are in this terns Read them jiI I SKETCH OF A GREAT LIFE I Continued from lint rage 1 al Association at Galesburg Illinois ho mot his old friend Mr 0 with whorl ho had oftun discussed the work in Kentucky and to which Mr 0 hail thought to devote himself At this mooting Mr 0 told Mr Rogera that ho had been to Kentucky and that things looked too dark and discouraging for him tp remain Mr Itogoni wits pro foundly moved While in New York at a teacher ho had helped im ho could Mr Whipplo Secretary of thin American Missionary Association and that society was its dear to him as the apple of his eye Rev Mr Davis had married his only sister and tho heroin struggles of tho mill sionariefl in Kentucky moved his deep eat heart raid ho could not endure DR KOGHRS IN 1848 tots a moment that no one should go to their holp Indignant at h i a friends lack of courage and full of thoughts of tho great need in Ken lucky ho went homo from the ecelo oiastical meeting and told his wilt that Mr 0 had gono to Kern lucky and turned back and that if shin was willing they would go them solves Mr Rogers then laid his desire bolero the church calling their attention to their deep interest in tho American Missionary Association and the urgency Kentuckys needs and asked them for Christs sake and His poor to roloano their pastor for this work To this request attar a time they reluctantly gave their consent In deciding to go to Kentucky Mr Rogers bad not consulted with flush and blood or with any person in or out of Kentucky Ho had not sought for any pledge from anysource for his support though ho know of tho Associations eagerness to have some ono do the work of Gospel preaching and Christina education to which ho felt so irresistibly culled The thought of helping to build n col logo like Oberlin hud novor loft him He was confident that Ho who hind called him to to this field would not forsake him and would sustain him in any trials in his proposed work Leaving Kosevillo ho wont first to Lewis county to consult with RlIfJ S Davis and to look over tho field in that vicinity After ho and Mr Darla bath examined that region Mr Rogers Went to Madison county to consult with Mr Fee whom ho had never mot and to BOO what opportun ities there woro for his plans there Mr Fee discouraged any attempts in Madison county but thought a favor able opening might be found in Es till county Mr Rogers returned to Lewis county to assist Mr Davis in church work and with him see where there might bo somo providential opening in the northern part of tho state A few weeks after tho awful mob at the BJj Bend of tho Kentucky river in February 1858 anti while things woro darkest Mr Fee wrote to Mr Rogers urging him very strongly to como with hia wfa to Bercn and start too proposed school thereAccordingly in April J8JS they with their infant son a babe iuflrnw made their way to Berea anti opened a school under circumstances far from encouragingFIRST OF DRRRA cols rtcmu The school building was low and squatted on the ground unpainted and unplafltored a single room cov eyed with rhxxl boards a dismal ob ject hardly comfortable for it stable even in Kentucky cilmato Thero was not ono redeeming feature about the building it was illlpla ewer ing and the furnishings within from M rude as tho walls Surely almost everything was lacking that would bo needed for oven tho rudiments of education In Limo Burrouucllng country there was little to givo encour agement of establishing a school that was to grow into a college fipmled a prophets vision in all those etude and seemingly hopelow surroundings to have courage to begin a great work At onco tho best known inaUuxla of teaching were adopted and ilia best educational appliances were securedIt decided at tho etui of Limo term to have an educational exhibit and entertainment Not only the scholars and their parents but the whole community gavo themselves to preparation for tho occasion If tho school had been successful and enthusiastic tho closing exorcises woro captivating At ono Limo tho people male the grove ring with their cheers nt another they woro bathed in tears Tho formal organization for a col logo followed though it was hard to flint the necessary ton men suitable for trustees who would face the nd verso public sentiment of the times It was with many searchings of heart and the deepest souse of do votion to time null of duty timid the Constitution was signed in September 1858 by John G Fee J A R Rogers and othors And thou camo tho exile John Brown and his nineteen men at liar pers Furrysent a thrill of fear through the slaveholding South Tho people of Borca woro suspected of being in sympathy with his move ment Brother Fee was nt tho North when an armed bund of sixtytwo men on horseback appeared nt Prof Rogers door December 23 1850 de manding that ho anti eleven other citizens leave tho state within ton days Appeal wus made to Gov Magofliu but ho said ho could not protect thom and they gathered their families together nail dcpartwl KIlAniiTH lHlikl 1 RorKKft During the war ninny attempts were made to return Brother Few and Prof Rogers started back with their families In 1802 Mrs Fee anil children had renohod Borwi and her husband anti ono sou were in Rich mond while Prof Rogers was in Boron repairing his howo when Kir by Smith Sept HO camo down tho Dig Hill with 30000 confederates and the battle of Richmond drove all Union forces from tho Stnto Prof Rogers lay out for days iu tho woods and finally mode a famous rido through tho lines to tho Ohio Rlvor upon his float horse Komlit During tho Civil War ho was pastor of a Presbyterian Church In Decatur Ohio At the close of tho war tho school at Boroa reopened Then onmo tho evormomornblo crisis the admission of tho first colored students Throe woro three littlo children in the Primary department and later two young upon in blue uniforms who lead learned to rend under tho In struction of thoir Union ouptniu These children worn no sooner Boated in tho Bohoolroam than inn or three of tho older white pupils ran and loft tho room and the school Others followed Prindjtal Rogers spoke earnestly of time duly of tho strong to oncourgo tho and of Christs charge to his followers ro garding our treatment of tho little ones who woro suffering from any disadvantage nUll at loot stayed tho oxodus but nearly half the studontn had withdrawn and the end of tho Bcrjm School was freely predicted TiiosthopIspeedily recovered from this diuiiuuUou of numbers however Now students both vvljijonnd colored pressed Ju inch many who has desert ed when tiro colored children ivprp first admitted camo mule Tho crowning siicrou of Pr Rogers administration wan Ibo palling of President Fairchild Dr Roger tuna more anxious to build up the lush tution than to retain limo position as head of the school which ho was fill- Ing so ably Dr Rogers remained In his professorship many years long or and has continued on tile Damp of Trustees to his death always serv ing tho College with wisdom and zealJn 1878 moved by failing health a iesjro to re outer time pastorate Mr Rogira ro jgned his professor ship Bud bw no J stoF of time Pres byterian Claude In Shuwano Win Previous to time limo Mr Jfogonj had como to have very strong convMfqag as to the second coming of Christ and became n member of limo Cahtolio Apostolic Church while still remain jig a Congregationalist and after words jurying as a Presbyterian paw torIn 188 f iia wop called to be 4postohioChurch communion first In Philadelphia unl afterwards in Hartford Conn Threo years ago on account of fall ing lth and ago ho retired from jtho active ministry anti came to live near his daugUUf is Woodstock Ill whore ha resided at U o Fjiflp ff his tenth Dr Rogers was a groat scholar Ho ranked as opo of the foremost Greek scholars of ills dy Ho was a very successful pastor Abovo nil ha was a mm in whom the loyo of Christ for all humanity was so strong that it touched overlOUD with whom c t 0s r= t I Who desires the besti1 BusinessrI have n piece of property that is well worth the price I i ask for itsny nothing about tho business that I can place you in I I have for snlo the Boron Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is too feet front and 300 foot long the build ings consist ofn Produce house two story dwelling nnd barn 1 This property is well worth tho money I ask for it The busiIness is the most promising of any business in Borca from the tact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is boing clone shows a profit of two thousand dollars par your clonr receipts What has been done can bo dona again Any ono desiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL II Real Estate Agent BfiRfiA KENTUCKY it ++ ++ + n I ho name iu contact Few ninti had so rummy friendsi ho hUll no oiuunlori Ho wits ono of the Imivmt men Unit over lived No danger no iiilluunco could swerve him from what hu le llevwl to bo Irma duty Of Dr Rogers family Mrs Rocors and four children remain The child ron are J Ralpliaol Rogers n famous inventor who has recently glvon n linotype much I no one of his urea lions to limo College whoro homo Is in BrooklyuNVJosephmDl Rogers Literary Editor of tho Philadelphia Knquiror Allen Rogers connectetl with tho Atlanta Constitution Geor gin and his daughtor Goo Mm Noblo Hill whowi hiiulmnd conduats Todd Academy in Woodstock 111 All of these woro at tho fuiiem ser vices in Boron oicopt Josupli Rogers who won mumble to ho present Puenmt unl A enamel Sorvico was betel Tuesday afternoon In Todd Sewiimry Wootbtook cotuluoltHl by Rev Mr Blaokfltook of the Catlwlio Aposlolie Church of Chicago with which Dr Rogers wiui oonneotod Rev Mr Hay of the Presbyterian chnreh of Woodstock r md a sketch of Dr Hog on lifo and work and slake of his residence iu Woodslook Dr Tlartn son rojHwontwl Boron Oollegt anti spoke of Dr Rogers relations to time College Mm Davis Dr RcMjere sister J R Rogers hIlOl1 81Ul his daughter Graro Mrs Hill Rlld other relatives and friends were prtflt nt lilt ItOOIIIl IAIII AT iiI iT Mnny sorrowing friends and rrl alive gathered in limo Chapel this morning to issuer time mommy of till Into Her J A It Rogers anti it WM with padduned hearts they Iook xl upon time bior of this good gPWruUB nnd unHolliHli man who did NO mush for huinauity by limo gixxl oxamilouf his own lifo and by hits work for and Indefatigable efforts to lighten the burdeim of tho weak It was fitting that ho should bo brought to Huron the acetic of IIH early educational work and where he hits brought no many blessings to Ihoao who Lave received tho ad van Ingofl of heron College Many owo 9 grout debt of gratitude to lime lair J7r Hogura for tine uplift which hams JOUO to ihpjn froi liaringlH eiitud IIlIts or workers of U0 institution whirls 1111 HO dear In him Tho services Ixigau at 1000 a m and were ttinuliulod ul J1HU a m- Ir Thomson iinHiohwl limo funeral sermon In which ho spoke feelingly of limo deceased Irof Dodge who has had many years acquiiillaucc with limo deceased spoke on his use fuluoRH amid ninny auhleveinenlR Tho funeral cortege after leaving time Chapel proceeded iiiimedialely to lime cometory whoro the final services wero hold over tho remains of ono who lived a long anti useful lifo Tho honorary palltearorfl wore Samuel Hanson Josiiih Jiurdotlo Saujro Jaw Dakar of Wallacotaii W D Smith of Itichniond Mr Anderson Crawford and Horace Yaks Tho active pallbearers woroi T J Osborno Edwin Fee of Clarksburg Ind J P Hiokiioll I L McLaren Chan liurdotto Prof JW Dinfiinoro Among Ihoso who woro hero from abroad woro lion Curtis F Uurnain Uon W B Smith S S ParkoH anti 15 RpfIlichinond Edwin S Fwo of Clark bllnr Jndatlll John Mann of Crete Null Mr J R Rogers and mother loft for Philadelphia Pa and Mm Noble Hi fur Woodstock Ill ontho after AAQOJ FIJI q Mine Breaker Burned Hazloton Pa July Z4Fire Mon py destroyed tho Crystal Ridge rMVor of A Fardeo Co Tho load i nbouj 1fED00gf covered by Inayr toW i i o I I r f IIRAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1909 Doing North Trilrt 4 Dally I Leave Boron 888 a til Arrive Ri immoad410a in Arrive Purls Ci28 a m Arrive Cinoinnati7fi0n m Going North Train I DIIy Lonvo Huron Il24p U1 Arrive iltuhmeud200 p 111fArrive lads8a80 pIII Arrive Cincinnati610 pm Doing South Train J DIIy leave Iktron11mdt p nt Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Oolnc South Train I Dally Lunro Huron1220 a IIIIArrive Knoxville 780 n KQtlPMKNT Train ttumkw 1 mlictirv I RtriotrsdcheMewrruCieleaaUMM Kwnrlltr I Uk lUndtent Tnln IHMM hrt i awl 4 cant IMIlHMii mMbutat Hlrvptnf mr ad n rhi hnwrm ChtdlilMII and Knot rill IK tdhIltMWna i W H BOWER Ticket A- gentriLIVERISH This Morning 7jTM Ii I A Gentle LuaUvcIAnd Appetizer I A OlAltAJCTKKI ITItK pelt IlIKSI- lrhln Mllml lllrnllnK IrolruJInt Illn I ruc intlMiriml lo rtfund rounry If IAZO OlfTTMKNT UililuciirtldftloiitUy yctSOUR STOMACH h a common nod dUtre lug complaint It Natures protecting against la proper food hastily d voured or too bear menU and If the war log It unheeded aetloi results will follow When your itomack lit Ihlt bu IImcntgaseaway to conquer thlk condition and 1 prevent IU return li to Immediately t commence tho use of Dr qHlg1Yt I Syrup Pepsin t This great remedy will Instantly things in ptIIt u just what your stomach One trial of this wonderful preparatlo ft wlllconvlnceyouthatourclalmaarefoun experienoDrObtained In both dollar And halfdolU sizes A IJ druggist l1doesf 1trI1wotte4p47EP f1rR a- llnuI IfHtNIt For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY u 1llc Jtupcr miet tut 5IurhtttiBy OSCAR TSCHIRKY i Manager or WaldorfAitorla New York Ill r ill I LUE Monday is due to the disarrangement of tilt system by the change in habits on Sunday from the routine of the week and as a consequent result the liver is out of kilter on Monday and requires petting to make it come out of its sulks and aid us in getting over the most disagreeable day in the week as it is to most of us If I were to prescribe for the average man who was suffering from Blue Monday I would say that he mustnt cat any breakfast on Monday I would tell him to cat a bit of fruit if he thought he had to have something to satisfy his stomach and as little of his usual hot drink as possible I whether its coffee tea or cocoa II Then I should advise him to drink as much water as possible and if he had to have a lunch I would tell him to have a cup of cold 4 soup and a salad of fruit or vegetables and a sip of hot tea or iced II tea if lie could find sufficient stimulation in the food without the hot f i tea If he would require more than that there arc so many attractive I excusefI The cold chicken breast in jelly with a little salnd is enough of a meal for anyone and doesnt put much extra work on the digestive organs If I could not get my patient to forego food on Blue Monday I would prescribe a breakfast of fruit or salad with the smallest amount of silt fish that could be got along with and for luncheon Id have him take as much of hb food with lemon juice or lime iu it a possible in cluding a salad prepared with lemon juke in lieu of vinegar and with plenty of lemon in tea either iced or hot i r The abatinetfee treatment is the surest cure for Blue Monday but you cant get mot people to take a chance on it I was prescribing the abstinence cure for Blue Monday to a pntron the other day i when he Mid I Thats funny advice to give people when you have a lot of din ingrooms around here- iI I explained to him that they were all the more important and attractive to every one who cared to try the abstinence treatment lor- I the fore part of the day for ft you follow my adviceyou will find that by dinner Unit assuming you are well in other ways you will go eagrrly to the diningroom for dinner and be surprised at the interest I you will take in dinner and with what a relish you will eat it after I trying the Blue Monday cure I 7 l ilutiwit 3tu1tt rl- r jttgr IDn IDuJ 1DyPRANK McKEB Dilyt Theater New York City rule the theater and w o m c n cannot be made pcrtim nently enthusiastic over anything that is not wholesome and pretty Women in general have given their approval to musical comedy but it must be along perfectly honctt and legitimate lines Midnight supper scenes and show girls with suggestive lingerie in sextets octets and aU the other formations have had their day The pretty faces are in greater demand than ever jbut they must be placed in settings that are nearer to nature as we l know it I Women make the atmosphere of a theater and when you have i established a reputation for a playhouse that is of the kind that Mrs jGrun ly can send the girls to with safety you have to be careful not io undo it which can be done with one matinee and anyone who has the contract to sustain a theaters reputation and have it make money I jilt the same time welcomes the growth of the fashion to the whole I fame and bettor change that Is coming over the theatrical world I thetthcatrhalsentiment of a people Hundreds of plays arc rejected every year jbccause while they may be of the best construction and have all the expert A playwright will make a fine play and make the biggest scene readisic more than a sporadic success and then only draws from a class I Itplayswell1 i ijust as attractive and new as in the other kind t jU11LIfI tIlt tltlt in iusine5S fly DR LYMAN ABBOTT Women There are all sorts of business methods as there arc all sorts of homes and dresses and scholarship The great majority of business men In America arc in spired by principles of genuine integrity The deprtdationsIlegitimate to the illcgitmate and becomes war As to dishonesty in the government it may be said that what is characteristic in America and is not characteristic in any other country Is the almost unanimous de sire for fairness and honesty Political cor ruption is not so great in America as it was in England in the eighteenth century nor is it so great in America as it is in some European countries today So far as I can judge the average of in tegrity and ability upon the bench in America is high Corruption and favoritism of any kind arc rare I I BRYAN AND TARIFF FAVORS THE TRUST ISSUE IN THE 1908 CAMPAIGN Regards Silver Question as a Deal- HorneThlnks Tariff Reduc tlon Better Than Recipro city AS A Policy According to the Suns Berlin ca blegram of June 1C William Jen flings Bryan was Interviewed regard- Ing the political situation In the United States Mr Bryan expressed tho opinion that the next election In the United States would turn on the question of the trusts Tho sliver Issue ho said was a dead horse Doing asked about the prospect of tho passage of reciprocity treaties Mr Bryan said that he was In favor of a general reduction of dutlo In which case reciprocal treaties with foreign countries would bo super fluous Tho silver Issue being a dead horse it follows of necessity that tho campaign of 1908 must bo fought out on the tariff question It will bo tho tight of 189G over again except- Ing tho elimination of free silver as a sldo Issue Tho tariff was tho main Issue In 1896 In 1908 it will bo the only issue Standing alone tho trust Issue will be of no utility to tho Dom ocratic party for tho only antitrust laws now on tho federal statute books are the product of Republican legisla Uon Coupled with tho tariff tho trust Issue can be utilized again as It was In 1960 and 1904 and doubt loss will bo Handled In this way it may prove useful In winning votes for Uryan from those who feel the need of some pretext for a downward Iml41InoBryan on the ground that the tariff Is tho mother of trusts along with tho assured prospect of increased foreign competition as tho result of Democratic tariff revision It would bo a little harder strain on Goy Guild but he too might bo won over by tho promise of free trade in raw materials In the event that tho Republican party should adhere to Its record of guaranteeing equal protec tion to the producers and the users of raw materials tho temptation to go Democratic might prove I too strong for Mr Guild to resist It will be noticed that Mr Dryan indulges in no ecstatic delusions re garding the beauUes of the recipro city system of tariff revision down ward That scheme does not appeal to him Iris intelligence revolts at It Presumably also his sense of fair play rejects It as an outrageous discrimination between industries equally entitled to the benefits of protection or as ho would put It oqtially able to get along without any protection lie Is right In thinking that there Is a better and a decanter way to insure what Qov Cummins calls potential competition He would not revise protection out of the tariff In spots and chunks ho would eliminate It altogether and place all Industries on a level foot log of no protection- So as we are told in tho Berlin In terview of Juno 11 ho Is In favor of a general reduction of duties In which onso reciprocal treaties with foreign countries would be super u ous Most assuredly thoy would With the tariff reduced to suit Mr Bryans Ideas foreign producers could get Into tho American market with out paying anything for tho privilege They could keep their own tariff In tact Moreover our tariff having been swept away we couldnt reduce It If we wanted to Wo should be exactly In tho present position of Great Britain a convenient dump- Ing ground of oil creation Mr Bryans prefercnco for tariff reduction and his reprobation of reel procfty dickers as superfluous will of course suit his party and It may as wo have said appeal strongly to tariff revisionists like Cummins and Guild but It Is going to be bad for the American Reciprocal Tariff league How can tho enterprising organization keep on raising money with which to exploit Its scheme of foreign trade advantages when the ground shall have been dug from under Its foot by an allround tariff abolition that leaves no basis for special dickers Flour is no more In dispensable to the bakers dough than protection duties lIe to tho dough of tho Reciprocal Tariff league But Mr Bryans reappearance upon the scone as tho accepted candidate of his party presents a pleating phase In tho political situation and outlook It serves to clear things up and straighten things out It will bring the armies squarely face to face upon a single Issue Protection or free trade It will put courago Into the party of free trade and back bone Into tile party of protection Both parties need bracing up Eggs and Pence To havo things cheaper Is tho era nomical ideal of free tradors and tariff reformers Thoy do have things cheaper when they have their way with tho tariff This result lit reached by a lessening of demand without a corresponding curtailment of the supply Poorly paid people are poor buyers When eggs were selling at tuppenco a dozen in the Scotch High lands Dr Johnson observed that tho trouble was not too many eggs but too few ponce It is better to have eggs selling at five tlmos tuppence and also kayo ponce enough to buy and pay for them is what pro tection alms at and accomplishes FAULTS OF THE PRESIDENT Veteran Republican Editor Points Out Many Blots on the Political Record of Theodore Roosevelt Tho Evening Star of Washington D C edited by the venerable Crosby S Noyes has for nearly half a cen tury been the leading Republican newspaper south of Philadelphia and Its editor has been on terns of Intimate friendship with every Republican president since Lincolns time He knows better perhaps than any other living man the opinions preva lent In the highest circles of official society In Washington His editorial utterances are therefore of the first Importance In the Star of June 25 Mr Noyes In his leading editorial speaking of Roosevelt says He doss not hesitate to exert all his strenuous energies In the execution of anything he has willed when be Is wholly in the wrong His oldest best and most sincere friends have noted with dismay his rapidly growing dis position to exercise autocratic power on all occasions big or little right or wrongBy close observation Mr Noyes has discovered that Mr Roosevelt has less respect for decent people than for many questionable characters and cites the Barnes appointment In sup port of this contention Barnes had become odious to the people of Washington by reason of his brutal treat ment of Mrs Minor Morris and the Star says In contemptuous defiance of outraged public opinion be Roosevelt appointed the person directly responsible for the brutal outrage to one of the best paying offices In his gift Tho Star also charges that a die graceful compact was made between the president and Penrose the successor of Matt Quay as boss of tho Pennsylvania Republican machine by the terms of which Roosevelt Is to help Penrose and Durham to reestablish their sway In that state In return for the aid rendered by Penrose In securing the confirmation of Barnes as postmaster at Washington These attacks upon President Roosevelt by the leading Republican organ at the national capital are unprece dented The Star would make good reading In Pennsylvania Iowa and Ohio this year Nobody can charge It with being a Bryan organ or a yel low Journal It Is after the straight eat order of Its sect a Pharisee AT EXPENSE OF FARMERS Removal of Duty on Hides Would Aid the Manufacturer Dui Not the Agriculturist One of the assaults upon the Repub Jiean tariff law which restored pros perity to this country has been led by those who went free hides for tho benefit of the manufacturers Strange as It may seem there is an element In Iowa great agricultural tate that she Is that has Joined in this demand notwithstanding the tact that hides are the farmers product and one of tho comparatively few things upon which ho gets the direct benefit of protection The plea has been that the tariff made hides so high that It was a hardship on the manufac turer and that the latter would take It out of the consumer Frank W Mahln an Iowa man who Is consul at Nottingham England says that English shoe manufacturers have raised their prices because they have been compelled to pay an advance of 40 or 60 per cent on leather the past year It Is hardly necessary to say that Mr Mahin Is telling the truth as he Is a reputable and reliable man and besides misrepresentation In a matter of this kind would cost him his position Neither Is It necessary to call attention to the fact that there Is no such thing as a duty on hides In England The situation In Eng lad taken in connection with the fact that in this country the advance in tho price of hides is far greater than the tariff duty seems to show that the Increase Is worldwide and Is caused by the fact that the supply was not remedywhichapply would be at the expenso of the- farmersCreston la Advertiser Democratic Measure Defeated Even that high Republican authority the New York Tribune is troubled over the failure of congress to pass the Tillman bill prohibiting corporations from contributing money in con nection with elections While Mr Roosevelt and Mr Cannon could have pushed this bill through the house In less than an hour they refused to do so The Tribune warned these gentle men against resisting the passage of the bill but In vain On June 27 It said This is a reform which public opinion demands and there is no good reason why It should not have Its first trial In tho approaching con gressional campaign Delay In legis latlng against corrupt practices will only suggest evasion and such a charge will prove embarrassing to meet In the present temper of the votersLet it not be forgotten that the measure failed because It was obstructed by President Roosevelt and Speaker Cannon And when the president goes out on hls preaching tours at the expense of Democrats as well as Republicans ask him why he stifled tho corrupt pactlces bill why he keeps Cortelyou In his cabinet why he doesnt apologize to Judge Parker for tho falsehood he told about Parker In 1901 and why he doesnt makp Cortelyou and Buss pay back to the policy holders of the life Insurance companies the money filched from thern In the last campaign Ted dy Is a fine preacher but words are good when tacked up by deeds tad only so rt t a 4JSTATE NEWS HAPPENflNGS I It MOTHER LAY DEAD With Six Children Beside HerPara mour Accused of the Murder Harrodsburg Ky Cordle Sallee 13 loading her eightyearold brother by tho hand and both drenched to the akin tramped Into town and the girl told her uncle Wm Carter and other relatives that her mother Mrs Sallda Sallee was lying dead behind a fence a mllo from town The coroner was notified Ho at once went to tho place designated and found the woman by tho side of the road with the remain der of her children four in number huddled beside her dead body Last February Mrs Sallee deserted her hug band and fled to Cincinnati with How ard Watts They took with them two of the latters children and four of tho Bailee children ranging In age from 4 to 12 pears Tho oldest child an ex traordinarily pretty and bright girl tee titled at tho coroners Inquest that Watts whipped her mother and cut her on the head with a butcher knife and that tho authorities there arrested him and furnished transportation for her mother and the children as far as Bur gin On leaving the train at that place the mother and children decided to walk the four miles to this city After tramping to the edge of town the moth er lifted tho little children over the fence and all lay down together In the rain to sleep Cantle says that on awakening at daylight she found her mother dead and with her little broth or sho came In to Inform her relatives It is said tho girl told a different story It was that Watts must havo been turned loose by tho Cincinnati author ties ahd must have come to Burgln on tho same train with thorn though none of the family saw him Cordle be leves that ho must have walked be hind them on the pike for shortly after they lay down behind the fence Watts climbed over to where tteyI wero and killed her mother iron bar that ho then lay down and remained until nearly daylight before leaving Later Howard Watts was arrested at the home of Samuel Watts his brother in this cuonty and Is now In Jail He denies most emphatically kill ing the woman GOV BECKHAM Issues Open Letter In Regard to the Democratic Primary Frankfort KyIn an open letter to Senator James B McCreary In which he answers an Imputation given In the Louisville conference as to the honest conduct of the Democratic state primary cast at the state executive com mlttee and the subcommittee having the arrangement of the primary Gov Beckham in a ringing note for a square deal tells McCreary that he will meet him more than half way and urges that every moans possible be used for the fair treatment of overy candidate that ovory vdto be counted that honesty and fairness be secured to all following his suggestion In his formal card of announcement that ev ery voter shall be his own slatemaker In Ills letter after taking Mr Mc Creary to task for appointing a cam paign committee to demand of tho state committee a fair and honest election tho governor calls on Mr Mc Creary to go with him beforo the committee and request that each candidate before tho primary be allowed in person to draw by lot the place his name shall occupy In the arrangement on tho official ballot under tho various offices to bo voted for thus removing all pos Bible doubt as to tho Imagined ad vantage as to whose name shall be Crst Further Gov Beckham proposes that since Senator McCreary and himself are tho only announced candi dates for senator before tho primary and as this is the first office upon the ballot that they be allowed to divide the election officers in each precinct In the state equally between them In other words that Senator McCreary be allowed to name two and Gov Beck ham name the other two officers for every precinct In the state LOUISVILLE DOCTOR Waded Into River and Apparently Tried to Drown Himself Cincinnati A man who says he is I Dr John Leggett of Louisville Ky tried to coramltt suicide by drowning In the Ohio rlevr Ho walked Into the river at the foot of Vine street but was rescued b ya man In a skiff About 3 oclock he was Sfen to stagger down tho embankment under thesuspenslon bride He was fully dressed and a lot I of loungers on the river bank were surprised to see him waed Into the water t and keep on going until the water reached his head Then ho sank from i sight One of the onlookers got a wasIflounderingI rlod him down stream He was caught before ho lost consciousness and was biuJed to shore ITwo Girls Downed KyIldla Williams of Asher Potter of this city and a 12yearold daughter of wereIaI went to bathe In a pond Black Will Not Serve Barboursville Ky Judge James D Black of this city appointed a mem ber of the advisory board at the recent meeting In Louisville In tho Interest of I Senator McCreary will decline to servo on account of business nrossuro NEW YORK TOO SWIFT I 0 For Miss Dodge Who Is Returning to Old Kentucky Home New YorkNow York Is for me confessed Katherine of Louisville In Jefferson DodgeItcourt Just as soon as I got this Im going back to where the people sleep Loulsvlllottime Miss Dodge or son which is another namo sho gave was arrested at tho Glloey house by Policeman Klelnmyer for creating a disturbance in the lobby She Is i young pretty handsomely dressed and evidently accustomed to the society of refined persons Klelnmyer did not want to lock her up and at Thirty I first street and Sixth avenue VUth fIon a car and advised her to go to another hotel She rode up to Thirty third street got on a Broadway car and went back to the Gllsey where she renewed tho disturbance Klein coyer was summoned again and locked her up in tho Tenderloin station fh prisoner created a sensation In tho po lice court Sho wore a white lines coctume wrinkled like an accord eon becauso of the limited stationhouse accommodations she had been accorded during tho night From her big light blue straw hat depended about halt a dozen veils Sho wore considerable Jewelry and was plainly afflicted with remorse I live In Louisville she j explained and came up here In Juno for a good time Ive had a lovely time and I paid my way Last night j I went into tho Gllsey house room and there I saw a man diningfother woman I know that man He Is a salesman for a Louisville whisky house I havo given him money and Jewelry and aided him in other ways I reckon I was Justified In feeling pee vish when I saw him with that other woman and I suppose I made a tool of myself Thero Is too much excite ment in New York for me anyhow Miss Dodgo was fined 3 and paid It from a roll she had In her purse when arrestedtDID HER LOVER ASSISTt Wealthy Youpg Woman Escapes Front Oak Hills Sanitarium Lexington Ky Jeanotto Carter a wealthy young woman who had beentconfined at High Oaks here Is mysteriously missing and her description has been furnished tho po tlhavingblue eyes She Is but 18 years old and her home Is In Texas Miss Car ter is ambitious to become a great musician and talks of going to Cin cinnati to enter a musical school Sho + had on money at tho tlmo ot her de parturo and wore no rings or dia monds with which sh ecould raise funds The trains leaving the cityj were watched Sunday Cate noon but nothing could bo hoard of her Thero Is a rumor that sho had a sweetheart and that she may have had assistance in getting away She wore tan shoes and a blue skirt with white shirtwaist LAW IS VALIDtAppropriating Money For Two Normal Schools Decides Judge StoutrFrankfort KyCircuit Judge Stout has handed down a decision refusing to grant nn Injunction against Auditor Hager and the board of regents for the state normal schools on tho appih cation ot one Marze In which It was sought to restrain Auditor Hager from issuing his warrant in favor of the board ot regents of tho normal schoolstfor the appropriation made by last f legislature for the establishment and maintenance of two normal schools Judge Stout holds tho law to be valid and constitutional and directs tho au ditor to issue his warrant in favor ot the board The decision Is a victory for tho board and Is regarded as a termination of the suit Babes Body Exhumed Lexington KyThe body of the fourweeksold child of Mrs Etta Grif fith was exhumed at tho local cenp tery and tho stomach turned over to Coroner P H Molloy for examination Mrs QrlHth the childs mother Is ja Jail charged with murdering the child by poison The Lid To Stay On Columbia ICrTl1o county officials are determined to enforce to the letter the law passed by tho last legisla ture prohibiting tho bringing of liquor Into local option districts County Judge Hancock and County Attorney Smith aro going after tho violators without fear or favor Passenger Train Wrecked Lexington KTho westbound passenger trap on tho Louisville At lantlc road was wrecked at Valley View Ky The engine and baggage car Jumped tho track but no ono was hurt Were Wide Open Covlngton Ky Covlngton and New port were wide open The saloon men made a pretense of keeping the front doors and tho blinds on thelr windows drawn but no one had any dlViculty getting what refreshments ha craved Reduce Lumber Rates Louisville KyA T Slier and McD Ferguson members of the Ken tucky railroad commission met at the Seelbach and signed an order for tha reduction of freight rates In Kentucky on lumber and close ties r biooooooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeooeoeo8oei East I News You Get Nowhere Else o 0o Iro eorreiponieie pibUihe4 nle i signed la toll ty the writer The umeoIt aot for pibueaUca bat at aa tTi4ellet el good faith Writ pUialy o enooooooooooeooeoouuuu wwvv MADison COUNTY IlltKVFUS July 17We had a fine rain and tho crops are looking finoJ C Powell and wife Lawrence Martha and Charley Powell attended the Richmond Fair Thursday Sevora from bore attended Church at Pilot Knob Sunday taking their dinner audfipenttho evening at Mallory F M Jones and wife are visiting relatives in Boyle county this week School began here Monday wool with Willard Lake ns toachorJ C Powell made a buisnesa trip to Borer Saturday Oracle Hays of Berea is visiting her grandma Mrs Ann Hud son this week Miss Candis Deny j was tho guest of Minnie Saudlit Saturday evening George Young and family visited their daughter Mrs May Lame last weokN M Hurley of Ohio has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Alford Hurloj this weokDan Sandlin of Station Camp visited relatives here this week Tho Bethlehem Babptist Church of this place is to bo dedicated the fifth Sunday in July which is the 20 Everybody is invited Basket dinner on the ground July 23Row James Parsons fill ed his regular appointment at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday J C Powell made a business trip to Richmond Saturday Miss Pearl Lain visited her sister Mrs Law rence Powell Saturday nightRoy Hudson and Jim Todd visited Bob Hudson of Whitlock last Sunday Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlin of Kings ton were the guests of John Powell SundayMr and Mrs Jim Jones of Brassfiold visited their daughterMre Harve Johnson last wookMr May Lain and wife visited Mrs Lains parents George Young and wife last wookMr Euert Jones is in Lex ington this week KIHKSVIILK Juiy 1aCropsaro looking fine rain is needed very badlyFarmers- are through harvesting and laying bycornThreshers are starting and getting along nicely Tobacco crops are looking fine Farmers are thinking they will make some money this yearThe colored people had a fine picnic Saturday Tho Sunday school is progressing nicely at the Disciples Church Many Kirksvillo people wont to Jolly Ridge on tho Fourth of July and had a very nice time Mr and Mrs Grant York went to see George Rotcor Sunday of Paint Lick AVAILACETON July IDBodie Day and wife visited Clay Conn and wife Saturdaynight Flink Lakes loft a few days ago for IllinoisMrs Fannie Brockman vis ited her mother Mrs G B Gabbard Tuesday night Clay Conn and wife were the guests of Bodio Day and family Tuesday nightS W Wylie visited G B Gabbard Sunday George Tisdale Sr and wife visited his son at Whites Station Saturday nlghtRev Smith will begin a protracted meeting about the 20th of August Everybody comoMay Ponders baby is very sick with brain feverEbb Brockman and family visited R H Soper and family Tues dayOld Mrs Kidd of Wallaceton is very sickWo are having ptenty of rain now Clanr and Mary Bow lin visited R H Soper and family Saturday night Isaac Pointer and wife were the guests of Wm Bowlin and family Sunday night HIG IHU July 23Tho Childrens Day cele bration at Narrow Gap went off nicely yesterday every thing was orderly and dinner was eaten on the groundSarah Bingham returned yesterday from a visit to Pinevillo and reports a nice time Cordelia y fleece who sprained her ankle last week is betterMrs Tom Winkler of Dreyfus and little children visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Nannie Bundren of Berea visited Lucy Hayes a few days last week Several people of this vicinity l are expecting to attend tho dedica tion meeting at Bear Wallow next Sunday Lona Hendrix spent Sat urday night with Rebecca Casteol Mr and Mrs John Hocking and little eon Mark spent Sunday night at tho Widow Greens Mat Green familySaturday plaeoSaturdayto have to givo up our Sunday School superintendent Mr Crocket Ely bo- Is expecting to start for Illinois today where he willremain for quite a while He will bo missed verymuch here during his absence Asmer Parker and Bell Bingham were united in marriage Sunday by Rev R L Ambrose May peace and happiness be ever with them ROCKCASUE COUNTY IIISrUTANTA July 23Tho child of Mr Robert McQueen who was operated on by Dr Gibson of Richmond is betterTho school has begun at Davis Brand with Miss Dinksio Lakes as teacher Angie Ida Jealie and Clone Abuo of Brush Creek visited on Clear Creek last wookG V Owens was at Conway Wednesday on busiuossMre Nannie Abney visited her daughter Bluflo McGuire of Rockford Born to B T McQueen and wife a bounc ing boyMr and Mrs J S Wndfll of Rockford visited Mr and Mrs 0 M Payne SaturdayEtta Moro hM begun her school at Hammond school housoJ W Abrams wont to Boras Friday and bought a now mowing machine There was meeting at Clear Creek Sunday Wesly Abno is working on Brush Creek this week Robert Shearer and wife visited Mr and Mrs Shearer Sunday 11OONK July 23Harry Woodall and fam ily of Boron visited J J Wren and wife Saturday and SundayD G Martin and niece Mary Curtis win have been visiting at Richmond on account of the illness of the laltcri brother returned Saturday Joht Wheeler and family of Nina are vis iting relatives heroJoo Todd and Doyle Miller wore united in marriage Thursdayevening by Rev J W Lambert at the homo of Allen Mo Kinzio Mrs Sol Knuckles is visit ing at Brindle Ridge this wlCkIda Wren visited Nora Coyle Sunday J H Lambert harvested his oats last week and reported a fine cropMrs Susie McKiuzio visited at Conway SundayJ H Lambert sold to J C Wren a small tract of land the 23rdEd Curtis and family are hero from Now Orleaus La to spend the familyiare visiting his parents of near hero Mr and Mrs J H Lambert visited J B Coylo and family Sunday C B Helton of Pinochle is visiting relatives here James Coyle has been very sick the past week but is better now Haltie Poyutor of this place is teaching school near McCraoken in this county Jeunio Chastceu who has been staying with her sister at Berea returned home Wednesday JIOGKFOIID July 23T C Viare and daughter Beulah visited Mr and Mrs J E Dalton of Berea Saturday and Sunday Thomas Linville loft Sun day for Atlanta GeorgiaMatilda- and Bessio Linvillo went to Boron Saturday on business Rao Allman and Virgia Martin entertained quite a number of young people at a sar dine supper Saturday night After supper they played many nice games Bessie Linville and RL Anglin visited Mae Todd Sunday Reelie McCollom is visiting her sister Mrs Bessie Beatty of Baileys Switch James Grant says he dont want any more fertilizer for he is going to have to lay his fences down to give tho corn room to growIda McCollom is visiting Mrs Sarah Stephens this weckEly Bnllen of Conway was here Friday on business Ella E Lake began her school at Walnut Grove MondayJ W Todd wont to Berea Friday on business Milton McGuire who has been sick is im provingJuly 23 Last Saturday night from 730 until 1130 Virgia Martin and Rae Allman entertained quite a number of young folks at a sardine upper Supper was served at 830 after which many games were played The table was beautifully decorated with evergreens marigolds and holly hocksTho evening was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present Tom Linville left yesterday on his way to Atlanta Georgia Bud Anglin of Conway spent Saturday night with Bob Abney of Dispulanla Next Sunday is meeting day at Macedonia VLIMAS July 21We are having plenty of rain in this locality andcrops look well Most of tho farmers have cut their oats and report a limo crop F R Richmondand wife of Lex- Ington visited Thomas Richmondof this place Uncle Elijah and Aunt Emily Abnoy perhaps the oldest people in this part of tho county were visiting relatives here last week Robert Shearer and wife who have been at Straight Creek for some time are with us agalnThe only son of J T and Matilda Chasleen died in Hamilton 0 July 10 andwas brought back to Kentucky for burial July 21 We all extend our sympa paronts1VtllisChasteen ton 0 where he has been at work since Christmas Lee King and wife and Sherman Chastoen and wire visi ted Mrs Galliff last Sunday and report a fine time Tom Richmond school had a picnic nt tho Rises Sun day a large crowd was there and nU had a good time Charley Abrams who was thrown from a mule sonic time ago is not improving much lIe has Tom Powell for a work hand Rena Powell and sister and Nannie Williams woro guests of Myrtle Click Sunday evening Mr and Mrs James Click visited Mr and Mrs George Johnson Sunday Curtis Lam bought sonic sheep from James Click last week and gave 300 per head tot thorn Martha Johnson who has loon staying with her brother George Johnsoulias gone homo to Whites Station Mr and Mm George John son visited thoir graudfalher J A- Long Saturday night Mewl of tin stave hauling has stoppcel hero for awhile ivimmirx July 2IRo Kitchen is holding a serif of meetings al Pine Grove Jacob Morris and Bradley Gabbare of Indian Crook allomicd church al Pino Grove Sunday Tho singing at Bethel is progressing nicolyO OHborno and J Haynes of Richmond were at Evergreen this week ou busi uessW M Sparks gave a nice two year old steer for n watch Cafwit Brockman paid Jennie Hollnrel visit this wookA very severe storm in this locality last Sunday did much damage Chas Phillips was barely saved from drowning near Louise Griffons GARRARD COUNTY CAUTKKSVIMJ July laLast Tuesday July 8 JOIn Champ and wife and daughter Miss Liddio Mrs Hoary More Mrs J G Clark and Mrs R 0 Boain all spent U very pleasant day with Will Champand wifo of Paint Lick Mrs II Moro and little son Henry started last Tuesday for Armour S D after spending a month around here with relatives and friends Last Friday Eva Merryman of Point Loavell and Olliei Coats of Illinois who is visiting Miss Merrymans spent n pleasant tiny with Mrs J G ClarkEva Merrymau will commence her school at White Hall dm Iricl July thJ G Clark and wife and R C Boaiu and wife and three daughters visited at Joe Wyliua of near Wallace ton lust Saturday Mrs J B Carter anti her niece Liz zio Allen called ou Mrs George Al len Blackberry canning is tho or tier of tho day at this time Black berries nro selling at 10 and 121 els per gallon There is n fiuo crop this yonrA protracted meeting will begin at Level Green Tuesday night July 17th conducted by Rev Davis from near Brodhead We hope to have a good mooting an brother Davis will bo a now titan in this com munity Last Tuesday Mrs Henry Holmes and Mrs George Conn and two children of Mouse called on Mrs J G Clark and spout a pleas ant elay Sunday tho 8th J G Clarks buggy horse took a scare at the loud clap of thunder and started to run Ho ran into the wire once Fortunately no damage was done ox cept breaking tho harness and buggy A littlo Mr Clark had just got homo From church and gotten out ready to unhook tho horse when ho got soared Wheat threshing has commenced The price of wheat is 72 cents por bushel OWSLEY COUNTY COW CICKKK July 17The farmers are happy today Tho gentle rain is dripping From the rustling blades and the soft music on the cabin roof seems to say Heap high the farmers wintr hoard Heap high tho golden corn The public schools in this neighborhood have all begunJuly 23 is the date of the Owsloy County Teachers Institute Wo hope every person in the county interested in public ed ucation will allend James W Bak er brought in the first load of logs for the college buildings to bo erected at this placeProf Murdock was here July 13th looking after tho in terest of the oollegoW T Frost will begin drilling wells in Breathitt county about July thAaron Boy nolds was in the store today getting off some of his 4th Ky yarns Isaac H Gabbard who has been sick for the past two weeks is improv ingMrs Flora Gabbard is still on the sick list Traveling men say our locality is one of tho prettiest in the mountains There are about six hundred acres of fine timber land for sale near heroIt is now a flue of not less that twentyfive dollars nor more than one hundred dollars to soil any of tho following articles without license pis thIs playing cards brass kuucks unlawful knives aud patent or proprietary medicines Willie Reynolds sold his tine mulo to John W Frost for 150- et111tAlln July 21 Growing crops were verymuch refreshed by a good rain last FridayMr anti Mrs Dudley G Reynolds of Evoreole visited rel atives at this place last Sunday Messrs Will and John Reynolds and James R Gabbard visited friends and relatives on Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday Morris Gay of Upper Wolf creek died last Wednesday with typhoid Undo Meredith Reynolds is busy hauling shingles W J Chasleon Sr is shipping wool this year for Iho Riverside Woolen Mills ho shipped about 300 Ibu last Mon llayJohn Abrams wont to Boron Thursday on business JACKSON COUNTY KKIUIY KNoll July I51Ve urn having plenty of rain uaw and corn is growing nicloly Mr and Mrs Isaac Dean visited W M Johns family Sunday Eleloi Barker has just returned from Panoli where ho has boon visiting riomla and relatives Kerby Knob Sumla of Evorsolo was a visitor at this place last Sunday Loaudor Combs anti Mrs Liddio Gabbard both of Ricolowu Wore married last Thurs Jay afternoon Tho new couple have Tho Citizens best wishesO W Garrett of Buck Crook made his father L M Garrett of Ricotown a short visit last week Mrs Mary Rico of Booucvillo visited at Rico town and Buffalo last wook1he newly organized Sunday school at tho mouth of Cow Crook with Ezekiel Spencer ns Superintendent is progressing very nicely Robori Baker has loft school nt Buckhorn- on account of his eyes Ho is going to Lexington to have his eyes treated Thom is going to be a telephone run from Booucvillo to Ricetowt thence to Cow Crook via this place Elmer R Gnbbanl who is attending school nt Buckhorn visited homofolkt Saturday and Sunday Ho says that ho likes to go to school there re- alwellJ W Wilder of Burniuf Springs is visiting relatives at Rico town John was formerly a rcmdonl and merchant at this place Ikirrj Turner of Dreathitt county shot anti killed Ned Baker u few days ngo It is said that linker was to blame OHIO NEWS HAMILTON July 2The wheat crop is said to be tho best herethis your It hM been for several yours Bluokberriut are quite pleiiitiful iu and around Hamilton and are IOu a- quartA flUllInfCor heavy 1 us oorly Sunday morning lasting for almost two hours C P Royiioleln began work last week for the L N Ry at Covll1 ton mil Paris Ky but is not jxirinauontly located yet His little nialor inliiw who came with him from California is on the sick listBawl anti lUjwii Jnbbard twins who hnru IHHJU slok For over two weeks nro much better Lilian Maupiu is working al the C C 1apor Co mow mutt boar Ing at her uncle James AlauplnH on Clove laud AvunuoA J Gabtxinl wont to Cincinnati Sunday to uncut some of his friomls and two brothors who iro coming on an Dxctlrnlon from Uoielulborg KyUonry hughnes left Friday for IJoonovillo Oweloy Co Kywhore ho will work in the iJoouovillo hank to learn the biwi uessLuwis Gahbarel is autloHtlng going out west soon for tho benefit of his health which has boon on the decline since ho haul monaleu Wm Jhockloy and wife of Boron Ky wore In Hamilton a few days last week We are glad to welcome n correspond out from Cow Crook Ky especially such familiar writing and growl lot tem They help us keep in touch with the old Kentucky lento131Reynolds has opened up a grocery store in the front of his dwelling and will furnish his customers with nice fresh groceries Lightning CHUMX B fire at Lane Free Library ou north Third street Friday night It ran in on the electric light wires and sot fire to tho dome The lolephoncfl In the building and neighborhood were burn lll out and tho fire departments could not be notified so lOOn which grave the firo more headway Tho books were slightly damaged but tho entire dome of the building was elevlroyenl aiusing about 2000 damages which was covered by insurance Fire broke out in the Bigelow livery stable Saturday morning about 7oclock rho top of the stable was burned off but tho horses and vehicles wore saved Tho firemen did quickwork md did not allow the fire to npread auyOver five hundred touts and fortycottages and the several hotels wore crowded Friday at the opening of the eleventh amoral asnoinbly of the Miami Valley Chaulauqua Fit teen thousand People was a censor relive estimate of tho groat crowd Senator Dollirer of Iowa was to have made the opening address but ou account of illness was compelled to cancel tho engagement nut Qov Folk of Missouri was secured In his stead His subject was Soldiers of Peace The Rev Sam P Jones of Georgia tho traveling evangelist is to bo present again during the ns Ills practical illustrations intermingled with his southern wit aro well worth hearing Many enjoy the rowboats launches and the bathing bench which is n most beautiful and pleasant spot The Ihalauqua AHsemby will hold for eighteen days and largo crowds are expected Lob of Warrants Loulsvlllo Ky Eighteen additional warrants wore issued for the arrest of nanny Reynolds on tho charge of op rating a handbook Reynolds Is now Ie MW Lark aaA H It not DOg vhoa po rinri pMMKYYKYKErKrrrtrrrrrrKrKhairrrr rKKrKrK RkKKKKr KKKKkKe II II WHO SAID GROCERIES 1eiV She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 A Ior have called in 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