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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11eooooooooo 0 o o o VJII Five cents n copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 0 1007 One Dollar a year No ii1 INEWS OF THE WEEK Roosevelt Favors Incorporation of tho Railroads under National LawsUry an criticises American Rule In tho Philippines Innturraotlon In China Mrs MoKlnley Laid to Rest Proaldent Roosevelt speaking at tho unveiling of tho monuniMt to tho late General Henry W Luwton at In dianapolis declared that national In corporation of railroads WM lite lie sonal preference not national ownership Mr Bryan speaking at the Jamestown Exposition loaf Thursday on Patrick henry Dy severely orltl clwd the American rule In the Phil Ipplnot and condemned the operation of the now railroad rate law The famine Is broken In China but An insurrection leas taken its place Tho provinces of Kwantaa and Tuk In in southern China with a com blued population of ttOHOOOO are sal to w affected by the spirit of revolt Thirty thousand rebels captured the city of Wongkoag ant killed all the civil and military offirtate The up f rising Is laid to the recent amino and increasing taxation and U though to be directed more against tho na tine rulors than against foreigners The funeral of Mrs Wm Mol lnley took place May ttth at Canton Ohio Tho simple services held at the JIo Kinley homo were wluteeted by a distinguished company Including Pros Ident Roosevelt VliePmldent Fairbanks Governor Harris and lOOnyI high officials During tho noeleuarlee amusement houses and parks all closed In honor of the distinguished dead sad school ohlWreu were dlt mla from their tasks What About Your Children Many parents will be attending lo rea Commoneenieiit UU week and every one of them will have thought What about my ehlUrenr The Ueraa KtudenU wheat jwu ef have OOMM from bowea where there iii no more wealth than In year horn They have kad talker and mother who were willing to plan and save in order to sand thins to eebool They have worked themselves to pt thu money to meet their expeueea THY began doubtfully sad b Udna1y ROt knowing whether they would euotvod But now they have succeeded and what titer have dose MR be done by other young people and by other fam Illea It Is not ot course the belt thine for all young jieople to take a f dr years College owree but ovary young man and young womnn oHaht togo from home to MtM large school for at least ono year Please notice that Heron doe not train Ita students to leave the farm and the home but It trains them to be more prosperous and more holnful In theIr homos and on their farms Alroady thousands of families are more comfortable and prosperous because of tho knowledge which tholr children havo gathered at Berea And of course there are some tam illea which have children of unusual Intellect and promise God has given thorn minds which ore bright above tho average and these children as soon as they find out their abilities should improve these minds by a thorough courao ot studyj It should also bo rcmejiiberod that It Is a lifelong ndvnntagpandrrattsi faction to any person to vhnvo been- a student at Berea because of the acquaintances and friendships which he forms with teachers and follow students from all parts of tho state and country A Young Mans Ambition If the young man who visits Borca for tho first time today could get ac quainted with tho young men who are graduating or who are completing a year at school they would learn some Interesting facts Probably every young man who Is now completing a year nt school need ed a good deal of courage and faith when ho started out for an education But ern venture to say that no young j man would say today that he is sorry j Jha started Ills friends who did not but stayed at home have grown a year older but have made little or no progress This is the day when you phoulfl make the resolution to Invent some thing in yourselvesto develop your a own mindto make tho most of the talent and Opportunities that God has given you Plan to bo In Berea at the begin ning of the Fall Term September 11th and join tho company of tho best young people In tho country THE CITIZEN Berea College Commencement June 5 1907 iORDER OF EXERCISES 880 A M Dedication of Bruco Building on Main Street MORNING PROGRAM TABERNACLE 9 A M Music aBythe Bam Invocation p t INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENTS Exhibition Construction of a Truss Carpenters Olns Class LbseonHomu Solonco Bight Girl xpoeitionCuru of the Sick Class in Nurnlu Muslo g Como Fairies Model School Change of Seats NORMAL DEPARTMENT loading in the Primary School Miss Mary G Barke The Ideal Teacher Miss 1attio Clarke Moore Martin Luther Lilbern B Lake Child Lifo in Colonial Times Mlsa Lula Woodwar Music = Summer Rain Model School Change of Seats Psychology nnd Its Relation to the Teacher Miss Minnie Myrtle Nicely The Importance of Proper Instruction in Youth Miss Anna Louise Froj Lot the Children Play Miss Mary Hope Wilson Modern KnighthoodCarl Schurz Kirk The Intelligent Teacher Excused from Rending MUs Lillie Cuthbert Chrismaz Music Solo and ChorusBattle Hymn Change of Seats ACADEMY DEPARTMENT David Livingstone Miss Lillian Tuthill COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT International Peace John Gerdel Our Kentucky Harry Burnam Kinnan The Schools of Kentucky James Reed Young Music The Gloria Mozart Hnnnoma SocIety Awarding of Prize Bibles Diplomas and Degrees Benediction EVENING PROGRAM J30 P M Music Band Prayer alusieQuartelttAddress James M Canflold LL D New York Music Quartette Short Addredsca Mimic God Bo With You Quartette and Congregation Battle Hymn of tho Republic JCUA WAB llowi A1CrUn 1 = 7 CC rItLc L yeas eyes IYvs Isle tie gfc iy ef tie tie 1 I ewe or Hitt le tie watetHtm of a fel1 to Pal writ in bwabaed MM eft 4 HeaMaMaMfertklUuMB et that kaU MV er eaR re L1a tie baa tr of aM W be cAStYt wr tars ssac Ute Jrlr JIIe7 t= E trLoft Ia b ti M BBC eat Ute vin tags whew the CMMS Tkf he MU ed Hta aa at tAr In the- steel to As ye tad will ay tae tut sans M with trot lit is alit tag net tile haute of teen beaus With a gto ry fe lib U MM that traaa lI 7- R Itrt = I gjJfyttefwrath aresteredHebath y lseeedtbefathll1taitgofills dawn sad damps I eon reed Hb rightoooe tanUnee by tho yen BW grace shall deal Let the lie ro bon of nonan crush the tore lite judgment seen Oh bo swift my tool to anewer Html to fig urea yen and me At lie died to make mm hoIy letus tr ap 1 11ft 4u r V V Mn tICllonl111 ILI r JQtcrrible swift Sword HU truth Is marching on dim and fiarlifc lamps Hb Is marching on glotyljadie to make men freeWhlla God b marching on LJJ JI LlIi I I I rC F God Be With You God bo with you till we meet again By his counsels guide uphold you With his sheep securely fold you God bo with till wo meet again CHORUS Till we meet till wo meet Till wo meet at Jesus feet Till wo meet till wo meet God be with you till wo meet again God bo with you till wo meet again Ncath his wings protecting hldq you Dailymanna still divide you God bo with you till wo meet n aln CHORUS God be with you till Wo meet again When lifes perils thick confound you Put his arms unfailing round you God be with you till wo meet again CHORUS God bo with you tlll wq meet again Keep loves banner floating oer you Smite deaths tbreatnlng wave befor you God bo with you till we meet again CHORUS I JI FIT OP COW On GROUNDS POINTS OF INTEREST- For Commencement Visitors It is Important that all should know exactly the program for Commence mont Day in order that they may guide their friends to the points of greatest Intercut The first exercise Is to be held at the early hour of 830 when the new Printing Office will be dedicated by brief addresses at the Bruce Building The Commencement exercises are held In the Tabernacle as usual and begin at nine oclock All persons who are there to listen to the students speaking and to witness the industrial exhibit are requested to remain seat ed thru each division of the exercises At the close of each half hour there will be music and a brief intermission to enable those who wish to to retire and others to oome In Music will be furnished by tho Harmonia Soci sty the College Band and the Ariel QuartetThe great events of tho morning will come between 11 and 12 oclock when the prlie Bibles will be present ed and degrees and diplomas awarded and conferred- At tho same time as these oxercls os in the Tabornaolo to accommodate those who cannot find seats in the building there will be exhibits in all buildings of the College as follows Farm Stock and Machinery College Barn on Walnut Meadow Pike Car pentry Machinery and Woodwork In Beroa Graduates in 1907 The following persons completed the courses named and receive their Di plomas or Certificates of Graduation this week COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT John Gerdes Literary Harry Burnam Kinnnrd Classical James Reed Young Literary e ACADEMY Lewis Edward Baker Literary Viola Frances Click Literary Gilbert Rolph Combs Literary Harriett May Eyler Literary Etta Mao Fowls Scientific Elizabeth Marsh Scientific George McDougalt Haldane Scientific Eugene Archibald Thomson Classical Lillian Tuthill Classical NORMAL Mary G Barker Three Years Llllio Cutbert Chrlsman Four Years Anna Loulso Frey Three Years Lllburn Lake Three Years Pattlo Clark Moorcs Three Years Minnie Myrtle Nicely Three Years Mary Hope Wilson Threo Years Lula Woodward Three Years Carl Schurz Kirk Three Years- CARPENTRY Albert Pruitt Smith William Daniel Click Thomas Santford Bnrnett NURSING Armlnda Belle Taylor i Hazel Havngal Emerson Fannie Elizabeth Howard Prize lllbleg to bo Awarded Air W J Bradford of New York presents Bibles to one member of each Bible class and to alt graduates of Berea College each year Those se lected from the different classes on account of special progress during this year are Hubert Hayes Fellmy Howard Ladd Gamble Earl Brighton Clark Elizabeth Byron Henrietta Goodman r u OOOOOOOOOOO 0o r o What are You Going to Do on x0 O o II 0o0- o 0808080 J oaooooooo Vol the rear Industrial Building Engines and Boilers in the Power Plant north of the rear Industrial Building Print- Ing In the new Bruce Printing Of flee where the typesetting machine and the new printing press will be found Agriculture in the front Indus trial Building east end Cabinet front Industrial Building east end Domestic Science Household Manage ment and Laundry in front Industrial pull ding west end Drawing Mechan ical and Freehand front Industrial Building east end upstairs Manual Training Sloyd front Industrial Building east ends upstairs Botany PhysIcs Chemistry Science Hall Work of the Model Schools nnd Normal Department In Lincoln Hal The great new Reflectoscope up stairs in Lincoln Hall Library In the new Carnegie Li brary Building Boarding Hall and Public Rooms In Ladles Hall- Homospun Fair In the Chapel Refreshment Booth in the rear of the Library near the Chapel Checkroom where baskets and parcels may be left for safekeeping at the roar of the Chapel Mothers Room where ladles accom panied by babies can find rest and refreshment in the rear of the Chapel Tho office of General Information will be tho Registrars offfce No 5 Lincoln Hall James Alfred Mills Edward Boggs Leila May Cornelius Arlle Estus McGuire Wm Clark Wilson Stella Adams Margaret Cooper Margaret Telltha Lowen Lizzie Mettle Cooper Wiley Holmes- Walker Childers Mattie Holcomb Wesley Winkler Nora Hammond Robert Peto Stowe Willie Preston Dahlia Ruth Ambr Berea the Peoples College The visitors who look around at the Berea Commencement may each ono say Tills Is my College for the properties of Berea are held In trust for the benefit of all young pea plo who aspire to selfImprovement and progress Thousands of prosperous and useful men and women In Kentucky and other states laid the foundation of their success at this school To be connected with such an Institution Is a lifelong honor and satisfaction The entire plan of tho Institution is to give as much as possible In the Way of training and improvement to every student and to charge as little as possible to that student Tho uso of nil the buildings Is n free gift to al the ntudisnta who at tend Bnrea They nw for board and room rent just what the fuel in surance food and labor cost and frequently the Cohere comes out be hind at tho end of the year So too Instruction at Berea Col lego is a free gift No student money goes to pay any teacher but the teach ers are supported by the funds of the CollegeAll share In the necessary work caro of the buildings labor Continued on Eighth rage n tl THINGS TO THINK OF Seven Sentence Sermon The law of tho harvest Is to reap more than you sow sow an not and y6u reap a habit sow a habit and you reap a character sow a character and you roast a destiny George Dana Boardraan I count this thing to bo grandly true That a noble deed li a stop toward God- Lifting 1 tho soul from the common clod To a purer air and a broader viewINo one can reelat tho argument of holiness brought In a personified form I before him Bccoher If my heart be narrow what avail to mo that the world Is largoAr Ii menian Proverb 9 The man who remains master of himself never knows dofeat Charles W Gorgon Being all fashioned of tho selfsame dust Let us be merciful as well as just- Longfellow The Almighty sends none of you in to this world without a work and none of you without a capacity to per form that work with earnestness and diligence Gladstone Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE Yews of The WeekIPACK TWO t Serial The lloune of a Thouuind Candles i Poultry Rod lleri r ton THREE Herra and Vicinity fr 1 College Items PAGE FOUR Comments The Cat nnd Dog Worship of SHT Society Women lly Father Vaughn 1 Finn Triumph of Medicine lly UrKIch- olu Henn- Prnctlcal Ilrotherhood Her Dr A 11 11111 rum Political Tnlk- TheJJumlnjr SclioolI i on PACK FIVE 1flio Yeuth Department Rebellion in Clilnn PAGE SIX The Home An Odd Ulih liT Mrs lull The School Problem of the DUtrlct School by Prof Dlntmore TIe Fnrm Feminine Dairy ViUdoni The llruee Printing Building Ilerea Care for the Colored Since PAGE SEEN StoryThe Girl In tho picture Temperance Notes Yews tom Everywhere PAOE EIGHT Kiutern Kentucky News HARGISMILLBETRIEDJohn Judge for Sandy Hook Coonosboro Monument to be Erected Curt Jett Is Whipped Prosecution of James Hargis on the Indictment for the murder of Dr B D Cor will not be dropped but will be continued with vigor by Floyd Byrd and Beverley Jonett Judge mo- A Daugherty has been selected as the special Judge to try tho case and a special term of court has been called for July 9th John Smith surrend ered to the Jailor at Sandy Hook and Is the only one of the conspirators who la now In prison Ho confessed to avoid prosecution Tho Richmond Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will erect a stone monument to mark the site of Fort Boonesboro In Madison county Thc ground has been donated by the owner and the nec essary money has been raised to erect a handsome and fitting monument Curt Jett the noted mountain feud 1st for failure to perform his task In tho State Penitentiary at Frank fort was whipped and then confined in the dungeon According to figures based on an Investigation conducted by Commissioner Stafford there are about 40900 persons Idle In San Francisco as a rect result of tho existing labor troub les Quarter a Gluggle Rupert Hughes In tho Broadway de- pIcts the Texas oil fields Some of tho expressions used by thooatlvos are quaintly picturesque Listen honoy says one of the characters can you 1 hear the gluggleglugslegluggleT thats the oil coming out of tho ground oery four glugslcs means a dollar Dont bo afraid A New HobbyITho ingenuity of collectors In tho discovery of now Holds having been exhausted there is still open to them that of collecting the finest specimen of forged or spurious works of art and this is capable of becoming a hobby scarcely less interesting or admirable than tho pursuit of the genII ine artlcleArt Journal M t DUCE vn connzsretraxlrre All emmcltaonforthis pnprhenld k rt m I4 kr Ibm of lb uthr aot neeurltr ft t iklluttn Eat u u TldnM of sort filth on lb put ItWvrtur WDM oilf en on side of Ik ropor B nrtlnlulT cwtfil In iIttnl IMIM ud dim U fc m4 Elora plad duudd Pnfti vow ve difflcolt u decipher bowww ta whisk I7v wruu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailhr tl TIlE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHEION Etc Ccpjrisbl fcj BobtwIIttrtll Co CHAPTER XIII Continued Yes and he hit mo over the head with a club It was his indiscretion sir He wanted to go through the 11 brary In broad daylight and it wasnt any use anyhow Theres nothing thereBut I dont like tho looks of this shooting Morgans sick and out of his head But a follow like Morgan Isnt likely to shoot himself accident ally and now that Its done tho works stopped and tho time is running on What do you think Olenarm sus pectsV 1 cant tell sir but mighty llttlo I should say The shot through tho window tho first night he was hero seemed to shake him a trifle hut hes quite settled down now I should say air That shot of Morgans was a great mistake The young gentleman isnt to be frightened away as easily as thatMorgans a tool nut what Is Glen arm doing He probably doesnt spend much time on this side of the fence doesnt haunt the chapel I fancy Lord nol I hardly suspect the young gentleman ot being a praying man You havent seen him prowling about the houso analyzing tho arch lecture Not a bit of Usir Ho hasnt I should say what his revered grand father called tho analytical mind Pickering stamped his feet upon the paved porch floor in E way that I remembered otold It marked a con elusion andCifrduded serious mis takes Now Dates he said with a ring of authority and speaking In a louder key than he had yet used Its your duty under all circumstances to help discover the hidden assets of the es tate Weve got to pluck the mysterj from that architectural monster Lover there and the for doing It Is short enough Mr Glenacm was a rich mangyTo ray town iknJwIodgi h Iadn couple of mlinom i hndhe couldnt havo spont it all on that house Ho reduced his bank account to a few thousand dollars and swept out fhtS safety deposit boxes with a broom before his last tilr o Vor mont lIe didnt illo with the stun In his clothes did her Lord bless mo no sir Thero was little enough cash to bury him with you out of the country and me alone with him- lie was a crank and I suppose ho got a lot of satisfaction out of burying his money Out this hunt for It Isnt funny I supposed of course wod dig It up before Glonarm got hero or I shouldnt havo been In such a hurry to send for him Dut Its over there somewhere in tho grounds There must be a plan of the house that would help Ill give you a thousand dollars the day you wire me you have found any sort of cluo Thank you sir I dont want thanks I want the money or securities or whatever It Is Ive got to go back to my car now and youd better skip home You needt tell your young master that Ive been here- I was trying hard to remember as I stood there with clenched hands out side the chapel porch that Arthur Pickerings name was written In tho list of directors of ono of the largest trust companies in America and that he belonged to the most exclusive clubs In New York I had come out for my walk with only an Inverness over my dinner Jacket and I was thoroughly chilled by the cold mist I was experiencing too an Inner cold as I reflected upon the greed and perfidy of man Keep an eye on Morgan said Pickering Certainly sir And be careful what you write or wire Til mind those points sir But Id auggtst If you please sir Well demanded Pickering impa tientlyThat you should call at the house It would look rather strange to the young gentleman If youd come to St Agalbas and not see him- I havent the slightest errand with him And besides I havent time If he learns that Ive been hero you may say that my business was with Sister Theresa and that I regretted very much not having the opportunity to himThe of this was not lost on Hates who chuckled softly He came nut Into tho open and turned away toward tbo Glenarm gate Pickering passed me so near that I might have put out my hand and touched him and n a moment I heard the carriage drive off rapidly toward tho village I heard Bates running home over the snow and listened to tho clatter of the village hack as It boro Pickering back to Annandale Then out of the depths of the chapel porchout of the depths of time and pace so dazed I stood tome ono camo swiftly toward me some one llgnt of foot like a woman ran down the walk a little way into tho fog and paused An exclamation broke from me Eavesdropping for twoIt was tho volco of Olivia Id take pretty good caro of myself it I were you Squlro Glenarmi Good night Goodby I faltered as she sped away In the mist toward St Agathas CHAPTER XIV Tho Girl In Gray My first thought was to find tho crypt door and return through the tun nel before Bates could reach tho house Tho chapel was open and by lighting matches I found my way to the map and panel I slipped through and closed tho opening then ran through tho passage with gratitude to tho generous builder who had given it a clear floor and an ample roof In my haste I miscalculated Its length pitching headlong lute the stops un der the trap beneath Glenarm House at a gait that sent me sprawling In a moment more I had jammed tho trap Into place and was running up tho col lar stops breathless with my cap smashed down over my eyes- I heard Bates entering at the rear and knew that I had won tho race by a scratch There was but a moment in which to throw my coat and cap under the divan in tho library slap the dust from my clothes and seat my self at tho great table whore the candles blazed tranquilly Bates step was an steady as evor I Take Pretty of Myself Were Squire there was not the slightest hint of excitement In itus he came and stood within the door Bog pardon Mr Glonarm did you wish anything sir Oh no thank you Bates I had stepped down to tho village sir to speak to the grocer The eggs he soot this morning were not quite up to the mark I warned him not to send any of tho storage article to this houseThats right Dates I folded my arms to hldo my hands which wore black from contact with the passage and faced my man servant My respect for his rascally powers had In creased Immensely since ho gave mom coffee A contest with so clover a rogue was worth while Im grateful for your caro of mo Bates I had expected to perish of discomfort out here but you are treat ing me like a lord Thank you Mr Glonarm I do what I can sir Ho brought fresh candles for tho tablo candelabra going about with his accustomed noiseless step I felt a cold chill creep down my spine as ho passed behind mo on these errands His transition from the rolo of conspirator to that of my flawless sore ant was almost too abrupt- I dismissed him as quickly as possi ble and listened to his step through the halls as he went about locking the doors Tho locklngup process had rather bored me before tonight I listened with Interest for every sound When I heard Dates clumblng to his own quarters I quietly went tho rounds of my own account and found everything as tight as a drum Jt was tired enough to sleep when I went to my ro ta ud after an event less night woko to a clear day and keener air Im going to tako a little run into the village Dates I remarked at breakfastVery sir If any should call Ill bo back In an hour or so Yes sir I really had an errand in the village I wished to visit tho hardware store and buy some cartridges but Picker lags presence in the community was a disturbing factor in my mind I had to got sight of himto meet Dlanlwhosoin the light of dr- Aa I left the grounds and gained 1t the highway Stoddard fell In with me Well Mr Glenarm Im glad to set you abroad so early With that 11 brary of yours the temptation mss bo strong to stay within doors Bu a mans got to subject himself to the sun and wind Even a good wottlni now and then Is salutary- I try to get out every day I an swered But 1vo chiefly limited my self to my own grounds An ancient omnibus filled wilt young women passed nt a gallop bound for the station and wo took oO ourhatsChristmas holidays explained thf chaplain Practically all tho studonti go homeLucky kids to havo homes wilt Christmas trees I envy them I Bjippose Mr Pickering got away last night ho observed and mj pulse quickened at the name I havent seen him yet I ah savored Then of course ho hasnt gone and these words uttered In tho blf clergymans deep tones seemed wholly plausible There was to be sure nothing so unlikely ItS that Arthur Pickering executor of my grandfaih ors estate would come to Glonarn without seeing me Sister Theresa told mo this morn- Ing ho was tfaoro Ho nailed on hci and Mis Dovoroux last nlght 1 havent seen him myself I thought possibly I mlght run Into him in the village Ills cars very likely on tat station switch Id Good Care If I You Glenarm resolved Jfo doubt we shal find Mm there I answered easily The Annandale station proeonted an appearance of unusual gaiety when wo reached the main street of the village Thom to bo sure lay the private car in the jldlng and on the platform was a group of 20 or more girls with several o tho brown habib ed Sisters of St Agatha Thero Will something a little foreign In the pie lure tho girls in their bright colors talking gaily the Sisters in their som ber garb hovering about suggesting France or Italy rather than Indiana Wo stopped upon the platform The private car lay on tho opposite side of tho station having been switched into a siding of the cast and west road Pickering was certainly get ting on There is something wholly regal In a private car Any one may boast a catboat and call it a yacht but Micro is no known substitution for a private car As I lounged the platform with Stoddard acrossI came out into the vestibule of followed by two ladles and an elderly gentleman They all descended and began a promenade on the plank walkPickering saw mo an Instant later and hurried up with outstretched handThis Is indeed good fortune We dropped off hero last night rather un expectedly to rest a hot box and should have been picked up by the early express for Chicago but there was a miscarriage of orders somewhere and we now havo to wait for tho nluo oclock and its late if Id known how much behind it was I should havo run out to sea you How ate things going As smooth as a whistle I It really Isnt so bad when you face it And the tact is Im actually at work Thats splendid Tho year will gc fast enough never fear I suppose you pine for a little human society now und then A man can never strike the right medium In such things In Now York wo arc all rushed to death I sometimes feel that Id like a little rustication myself I get norvous and working for corporations is wearing The old gentleman there is Taylor president of the MidWestern and Southern Tho ladles are his wife and a friend of hers Id like to introduce you He ran his eyes over my cordu roys and leggings In amiable acceptance of my rusticity He had not In years addressed me BO pleasantl1ITO UK or SECRET OF COCOS ISLAND An English Admiral Who Believed In the Stories of Burled Treasure Admiral II St L B Palllsor died suddenly at his country houso In Chi choatnr England recently lIe served In tho Baltic and Black sea during tho Crimean war and lir command of a squadron watched British Interests throughout tho Carllit war In 1871 Ho was the commander in chief of tho Pa cific squadron from 1896 to 1899 It was during his command In tho Pacific that Admiral Palllsor camo in to possession of what hrt thought to bo the secret of the burled treasures of tho famous Cocos Island and on board her majestys sblp Imporieuso made tho first of a long series of in effectual efforts to unearth the burled millions The lato Admiral received the secret from captain Hackott when tho latter was on hja deathbed and was so Impressed by it that do spite all failures ho remained a firm believer In tho existence of tho treasure The story of tho Cocos Island treas uros la ono of the most romantic and tnrllllnR character Ono vast hoard of valuables Is supposed to have boon deposited on the island which lies 600 miles southwest of Panama by a Brit ish ship which had turned plrnto In 1S21 The second and moro valuable treasure was burled there by the crow of tho barkontlno Mary Diet abot1836 This hoard was supposed to bo tho bullion und jewels of tho Peruvian town of Callalo which was threatened with revolution and pi Dago Tho na tional treasure was put on board the British ship for safety but the crew betrayed tholr trust and fled with tho rich cargo Tho value of the two treasures Is supposed to bo many mil lionsAt toast JC 6000 worth of valuables wero taken from the Island by a man called Koaton This man died and be queathed the secret to Hackett Since the later confided In Admiral Pallsor oxpoditienshaveed the soil of the Island One of tho latest was led by Earl Fltzwllllnm In 1906 but his party mot with a dlens ter In the shapo of a landslide during blasting operations and seven of thom were Injured Several companies have boon formed to equip exrod I bone but needless to My nono of thorn has evor paid a dividend Crust of the Earth lion n J Stain K R S has Iwth- crud rocks from all tho world over granites from Cornwall and Hhodeufci- basalt from Greenland the Victoria Falls and Ireland syenite from Norway leueite from Mount Ves vlus and has estimated as a result of tllO lunged investigations that not store than onethirtieth of the total OIIIe- of the earth Is composed or rocks found on the surface As a result of his deductions he es timates that tho depth of the earths rock crust Is approximately 46 talks This deduction coincides to a certain degree with tho calculations of tees G Milne the earthquake expert who has boon investigating to tho earns end by the observation of oarthquHko tremors and their speeds Prof Milne concludes that at a depth of 10 mlle below tho earths surface exist rocks whose physical properties are similar to those found on the oxtorlor Mr Slnitt computes time lntornil heat of tho globe to bo about 160 degrees centigrade at about 4S toilet below tho surface Such a heat Indi cates tho molting point of Iron but it is considerably below tho melting point of platinum which Dr llarkor fixed at 1710 degrees centigrade Standln By The whimsical humor of The Cruise of tho Shining Light is illustrated by tho following scene between Dannlo and old Nick Top whoso high est virtue is to stand by to the end Dannie lad ho would begin Is of Nicholas Top a wellknown flgger in Newfunland Hes knowed was tho response I had been taught from Cape Ilaco t ChldleyWhat fort- Standln by- So far so good my undo would beam upon me as though the com pliment were of my own devising un til twas necessary once more to wlpo tho smile and blush from his great wet countenance la it righteous says he t standby TIs that Ho would now lean closo with his poser Does it say so in tho Bible Ah ha lad Does It say so there rwas left out says I having to this been scandalously taught by mistake II Twice In Jeopardy An old negro was recently brought before a justice In Mobile It seemed that Uncle Moses had fallen foci of a bulldog while in tho act of entering tho henhouso of the dogs owner Look here Undo Moses the Jus tics said informally didnt I give you ton days last month far this samo thing Same henhouse you were try- Ing to get into What have you got to say for yourself Uncle Moses scratched his head Murs Wlllyum yo sent mu tar de chain gang fer trying to steal some chickens didnt yoT Yes that was tbo charge An dont de aw say yo cant bo cjuirgcd twice wld do same fenso That no man shall bo twice placed In jeopardy for tho identical act yes Den sab yo des ban ter lot me go salt Ah war after de same cblckeM saL n rg A GOOD WAX PRESS Some Comments and Suggestions on This Method of Rendering Wax To use a wash boller to melt wax In In suro to raise trouble between a man and his housekeeper for a wom an who attempts to wash using a boiler that has previously been used for wax molting is sure to lose her temper If not her religion for It Is no easy job to clean one after being once wilted with wax and slumgum and why use a boiler at all when a square box of galvanized Iron Is just as cheap much better and can be The Outdoor Furnace for Melting Combs used on a brick furnace outdoors to Rood advantage while a bollor could nolt About 10 bricks and two Joints of slovoplpe will make the furnace aad whoa not In use nil can be pooket away In some shed out of sight Not over half an hour Is tine enough to make It complete and any one with a town lot hM room onouRb And then Is no messing of floors to vex the good wunraa and the square tank has ad vantages over the round one ol beta easier to Iktrthat Is If you wee a square dipper M you ought to it you ever trod n square one you OHM readllr see Ike advantage of It A flvceeat eakeUa Is bitter than a round dipper I have two square tasksone lull Incite and li Ivehes deep the Miter 18 Inches In dlmeMtons writes C A Hutch in Ue Culture A lUnch OM made of henry galvanised Iron would last a lifetime If eared for A dipper kboHld be abottt 6xtxl loche deep and have a tint handle rather abort and bent to a hook to as to hang os the edge of the tank Inside when not In use Another mistake that Is often trade- u putting too much comb In the boll err at once Just enough for one prose tag at a time U enough and when you are pressing It out your helper put In another batch fires tin and at tends to the melted wax or If you are working atone it will do no harm to lot tho pteidlsland while you fill up for the next pressing Dipping the follower and rim into the boiler Is just as well as to pout that pailful of water into tho prose and much less bother I usually put In about four gallons of water and slumgum at each press Ing but this moans an Indefinite quan tlty for I may set moro water than you do Plenty of hot water is my motto for beeswax seems to like to run out with water when It Will hardly move with pressure I use nn old aquaro live gallon can to catch the wax In When the wax is deep enough to warrant It I skim it off with a square dipper mind you Into small tins to cool These aro kept covered us much as possible With this moth od the water can bo returned to the boiler before It gets much cooled and tho wax Is ready for market with a little scraping at tho bottom and even this can bo largely avoided by extra care in skimming when putting Into tho cooling tins Tho wax may need to bo washed as tho water In tho boiler gets rather rich In color log before many hours run There is ono point that should be Impressed on all bcckecpors I e that all heating and boiling of wax after being onco melted Is to Its det riment also that iron rust turns wax black CHICKEN FEED Have the shsltor places about In the chicken grounds where tho chicks can run to shelter from showers and from birds of prey- Ducklings are easier raised by hand than by hen If hatched in April or May they require no heat but should bo placed In a box at night and taken Indoors while very young Put a little tobacco dust and ashes In the nests This Is the time when lice and mites begin to multiply rapid ly and a good insecticide will go a long way towards destroying them Tho hen Is truly a profit payer She- Is capable of producing from 150 to 200 eggs In a year If theso eggs were hatched and tho chicks sold at the age of six months they would yield t rstiirn of no less than fCO CARE OF YOUNG CHICKS Important Features In the Successful Raising of Poultry Thorn nro many simple methods of rearing young chicks naturally with out much expense An ordinary storo box about three feet long by two feet high turned over on Its side makes un ideal nest or coop provld ing same strips are added to tho top to keep tho water out and ono board added as n sort of shod for the front so that boating rains cannot blow In Add to this front an ordinary sellers tenon such as you can buy at any hardware store put It on a frame the same size ns tho front of your box and by fastening your chickens In nt night you havo a safe place from vat mints of every kind and by cleaning tho box often seeing that tho mother hon Is free from vermin you will start your chicks In tho direction of tho blue ribbon Wholesome food properly mixed will very materially assist you In this direction says Poultry Journal Thero are so many Rood feeds advertised at the present time that we believe ft is cheaper all things considered to buy tho sod than to attempt to mix It yourself In case you sro so situated that you cannot secure this food without trouble we would suggest n diet of fine cracked oorn millet seed cracked wheat and crocked Kaffir corn These cereals property mixed make an elegant food for young chicks and they do well on It It you have no feed that contains grit then It will he necessary to add rliher grit pounded glass or crockery either of which Is excellent Old broken lamp chimneys flower pots or any kind of dishes that havo been broken around the kitchen bra ideal poultry grit and it Is an easy job to demolish It by taking a flat stone and hammer And crush It up Some would tthink that ground glass would bo In furious to chick but wo have never found It so In fact the sharper the edges the bettor they seem to get along with It aa It lodges In the glx card and a mill of Itself to grind the feed then allowing It to enter Inte tho stomach Whoro hens are confined In boxes ol this kind while tho weather to uncor lain It Is well to make a small slide partition no that the chicks can go out but still retain the hen They will rap away for n few feet hilt will earn sack constantly at tho call of the mother slid are free from oats or ether varmint They will fled th 4r way In at roosting time as well ai when midden storms came up When chicks are reared artificially RO more turn 10 should be given u any brooder roRnnllewi of size If you expect theta to mature and develop Into prime winners Tits greatest econ omy to hi having saOMeat number ot brooder to properly raise your chicks to maturity and It Is not practical to cbanife them fitmi one location to an other after they have became accus towed to one place of roosting The beet resells we have ever obtained were where chicks were started and grown to meeting site without cbaag tag them from the brooder or the po tition of the run In fact the only way to make ehlckeus grow Is to keep thom absolutely contented Tho corT tented person Is almost Invariably fal and healthy whtlo tho ono who from and Is dltsaUsfled is jest tho reverse and the same rulo will apply to all brunches of live stock Any animal that Is well oared for and is con toted In Its home will do well and give the vory bOlt results H rood era will often notice one or two females In H pon of mated birds that are constantly trying to get out rhea birds will never give a good report of themselves and the sooner they nor moved to some other quarter the bettor and the same rule applies to young chicks It they are tat Isfled with their quarters you can al most seo them grow while If cramped crowded and filthy you will meet with disappointment KEEP DRINKING WATER CLEAN Handy Cover Which Can Be Used Over the Flat Dish A drinking dish protector In the noultrY YArd Is tho next best thing to a drinking ono tarn for keeping water clean says Orange Judd Farmer Tho dish should bo of crockery so as tu be lasting Tho protector Illustrated herewith Is mado of two onefoot squares of board Ono Is sawed across diagonally and tho other nailed to the two triangular pieces thus farmed Raise Ducks To Illustrate how heavy a loss one could endure without failure Weber the duck man says that if only ono half of the eggs put in tho Incubator hatched and only onehalf of those hatched lived there would still be enough In it to encourage one to stick to tho business without taking into account tho fertilizing valuo of the vanquished host I Using the Incubator- It Is not the money you put Into an Incubator but the study you give U that makes artificial incubation a suc cess A cheap Incubator well stud led Is worth a great deal more than A high priced ono to which no thought Is given Ducklings Free from Llco Tho duckling is generally free from lice and mites This Is supposed to be duo to the oily tlature of Its skin which proves tho contention that A little oil rubbed in the feathers et tao fowl wilt cause the lice and mltea to leavet n It Pays to Paint There is nothing that adds to to the selling value or the renting value of a house like good paint there is nothing that makes home more homelike than good paint- It pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE SHERWINWILliAMS PAINT FOR PAINTING OUILDINQS OUT3IDE AND INOIDC pays in the beginning because it goes so far pays the end because it lasts so long and looks so well as paintlikeeconomy andsatisfaction I SEE US yon COLOR CAKDS 1 IThe Porter iNCORrOlUTED Drug Co 0000000000000000000000808080800 VicinityO i o 0p o 0- J SOURCESO e 2 Q oosoosvvervvususuuw Take Notice The preaching service at tho Union Church which has boon omitted for two Sundat past because ot Mem orlal Day and the sermon to tho graduating cIOMQff will bo resum ed next Sunday at 11 0 m Rev A E Thomson will preach Sunday school at 945 0 m C E meeting at 030 II m l onl tnrtrt hnreyour nddrea for the Olllirn rhnlI It you art Iartng- ltnw Mrs Stanley Kitchen of Corbin Ky U visiting her relatives hero Mrs Kannlo 1I11 wood of Looting ton Ky arrived Monday to spend Commencement with her father and mother Mr and Mrs A P Settle Mrs Will Caywood of Kingston Ky and Miss Roso Caywood of Booneville a student hero lost year spent Thursday with Mlw Bun Gay Tho Bereft PuUlla School closed on last Wednesday Several of the fathers and mothers attended tho closing ex ercises and report that they were very good1 C V Bender arrived In Bare last week to spend the summer Miss Mabel Fenn of Talmadgc 0 who attended school hero last years Is spending a tow weeks with friend Ruth Putnam Miss Carlolto Osbornc an old Bo rea student and graduate Is visiting hero during Commencement Vernon Whceldon was In town a few days lost week He expect to i go to Jamestown Va for tho summer Mr Tom Robinson au old Boron studimlctaoln shaolrdlnetaoln shrodlth citizen now of Louisville Is visiting bu brother and sister here Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holliday at the Berea Dank and Trust Company Strayed or stolea from our lot on Prospect street a dark rod heifer year ling with horns Finder will be re warded by returning toT n HAY FOR BALE Hotel property andI store room situated on Main BtreetI Berea ICy next to Postofflce For particulars call on dr write J J DRANAMAN attetl lsars My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out whhI your hair It might leave you riThen what That would meanI roughhairFasten It tightly to your scalp IIr JYou can easilydo itwlrhAyersI Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dressing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The but kind oi II testimonial Sold for over nlxty yeas ttU b7i1OA70oLowe MM UMoAMtim oftp PILLS lJeI CKK8Y PfiCTORAU ootsooooosooovavv11las r brother James Young who is one the graduates thlt year Miss Donna Shadoln of Tntoavillo Is visiting In Berea this week Mr and Mrs D B Qhaudler of Mt Vernon are visiting Mryjjand Mrs Joe Evans Mlsu Bottle Lewis who hoe been In Richmond for some time is at home TwoKinds Liberty I r burp Hormnii Ilrfore tlin Young Vf In Nnrlrtl Sunday night June Snd a master ly sermon was preaohod In tho College Chapel to the Young Peoples Soot cites by Ilov Willard B Thorp D D of Chloago Somo of tho most strik ing thoughts In It which ought to bo kept In the mind of evrv student and would bo lust as helpful to other people too were these A roans soul Is like a house with many rooms In It In the Innermost room Is the spirit of God Tho object of education Is to enable a man to live not simply in one or two but in all tho rooms of his house The ob ject of religion Is to keep the doors thatInnermostknocking There Is a liberty that leads to lib arty It In the truth which sets us free lifting totters from mind andI heart and bringing u out Into a large place There Is another liberty that leads to bondage leavin in less free tomorrow because of the freedom we have exercised today We get tin- thing wo choose but In getting I we find ourselves shut out fmm other things that are cRtnntUl to thn joy of life Let us choose the liberty that lends to liberty and not tho liberty that loads to bondage Occasionally a man seeks to find liberty by breaking loose from all the ties that bind He refuses family llfo He Is unwilling to belong to anything He Is resolved to be n free lance And inn ho Is exceedingly treebut It Is the freedom of Ishmael It lsa lonesome kind ot liberty As life goes on ho begins to wish he belonged t something and was shoulder to shout er with others The work of tho world Is done by stayInners and not by como eutora by men who belong to things and are willing to work with others Memorial Mny KxvrcUfl The services of Decoration Day were very Interesting In tho morn Ing tho Model Schools gave a patri otlo program In tho Chapel This was followed by tho march to tho cemet cry and the decoration ot the soldiers graves In tho afternoon Prof Dins more gave a strong address in the Chapel He set forth the causes of tho Civil War and tho awful nature got the conflict In clear and graphic manner without stirring anew the fires of sectional passion which are best covered by their own ashes Ho caused tho thoughts of his hearers to take lines leading to true patriotism- Mr A P Settle then with a short address presented to Prof Dodge tho beautiful banner which goes with the Department Commandership ProP Dodge received the flag and responded in words well chosen and suited to th occasion Tho College nand and the Ariel Quartet added greatly to the In terest ot the day Members of the local O A n post and visiting friends enjoyed a picnic inner on tho campus 080008000000000-o f College Items o HERE AND THERE o I 0 0008080 o080eooooo A letter from J H Meadows send- ids regards to tho College boys an wlshos a merry Commencement for them all Ho has just left Chicago for a position In Minneapolis Minn whore his address Is Hotel Southern A letter from Taylor P Gabbar- which we expect to print next week tells ot his work as Principal Teach er In tho Colorado River Training School for Indian boys and girls 1 Parker Arizona Harry A nhodehovor who has for tho PMt two years been traveling with Evangelist JJloderwolf as Gospel singer arrived Saturday night to spend a few days Mr nhodohover sang a solo Sun day night In Chapel which delighted every one Since arriving ho found ho went to district school to Mr Dlznoy about fifteen years ago Mr Howard L Taylor and toot Philadelphia Pa arrived Saturday night to stay thru Commencement Joseph M Bogota literary editor ror EnquloMr Rogers graduated from Boron Col logo in 1879 Prof Dlnsmore received a telegram Saturday telling of the death of halt slater who lives In Columbus Frances Snultz who has been teach ing In Tugaloo Miss is visiting Be Tea Mss Shultz left Bcrca as n stu dent two years ago tbit George Dicks mother sister and brother arrived Monday noon to stay thru Commencement Gen L V Dodgo was a Richmond visitor Monday Miss Edith Paddock of Superbo- Wie4 is a visitor at the house VI i Cart Canfleld la the possessor an automoblibrunabout Mr Wammoch and Alias Walsh of Magoffln county anfvtrltlng Mr and Mrs May- An exhibition of paintings made ColleleJIlbebrary until after Commencement Miss Drown who has been teach- Ing In the Model Schools word two weeks ago that her mother had fallen and broken her hip and so she left for her homo in Ohio Miss Eylcr Is taking her place The Librarian returned lost Thurs day afternoon from her vacation In Now York and New Jersey Miss Moore Superintendent of the Hospital returned last week after a ten days absence In Galenburg 111 where she was suddenly called by the death of her brotherinlaw Two live alligators arrived la Saturdary as a present to tho College from T J Coyle Leosburg Fin Word came recently ot the unexpected death nt Rev Jno Dodwell f some years editor of Thn Citizen at Broomtlcld probably Michigan ors Colorado the information Is doubt iit ting in his buggy Rev Wm J Thistle ot La OrangeI Ohio is a Commencement visitor Pros Wallace Battle of Industrial School arrived Tuesday noon to attend tho Alumni Reunion Tho sunshine Ti1ev enabled Commencement guests conducted by AI r Gamble to visit the Indian Fort Moun lain Knocking bedt up Does Away With Smoke A now and simple proceeding cope with the smoke nuisance Invent ed by a Munich mechanic consists of a series ot small tanks filled with water over which tho smoke escapes It is claimed that by this arrangement Bwsfca and soot are absorbed by the water tho remaining gases escaping In tho form of a small trans parent cloud ot steam Chief Causa ef Suicide Tho old school of neuropathologists maintained that ovary case of suicide was a case of insanity but that the cry has been abandoned because tho preponderance ot teetlmoa against It Acute mania sometimes causes suicide but In tho large ma only of cases sheer lazlnnss and pol- troonery furnish tho plain evidence of motive The lazy theory Is thereto approximately correct oven though It Is Improperly restricted to hut weather suicides It really applies to all Tho Berea Bank and Trust Compa extends a cordial invitation to all cit- Izens and Commencement visitors t buildingi to A It Ioit ThAnk Tlitxe Who Ai U HarslcrpR post and the affiliated patriotic organlza tions desire to express their sin theopatriotic observances for tho fine program rendered in the morning of May 30th and all other favors which indTheir thanks are also duo to Director Ralph RIgby and Miss Winifred Camp bell and their assistants as well as excellentdTho sermon of Memorial Sunday by Prof Jas W flame was a most prac tlcal and helpful one Wo desire ton thank him for It and wo hope that In accordance with Its spirit we shall make the work of our organizations count more toward the growth of a genuine and lofty patriotism In the future than in glorying over the achievements of the past Wo feel that we have been especial fortunate In having our ProtoJ W Dlnsmore to deliver the regular De coration Day address Tho appreciative and fitting manner In which ho spoke of the sacrifices made by the soldiers of tho great war and the eloquent strain in which he gave a word pie ture of the sanguinary struggle at Gettysburg stamp his address as one of tho ablest of those given on this occasion for tho entire fifteen years of its observance Ilnrmnnln Concert U rood Rurte i nightOHarmonic Society has been pronounc ed by some who have been here many years probably tho best ever given by a Berean organization The chorus singing was accurate enthusiastic and very effective and gives the highest testimonial to the hard work of DI- rector RIgby and the musical talent gathered by the College The orches Soloistseoccasion and tho tormbone and vocal wereofwere an un expected and much appreciated treat Yield Day KcronU llrokvn CotlitreWrt was held over on account of oneIof ttie cottt tnU The Faculty de elded that the points made should ednot bo counted In therAQtrat bgtwuen the Literary upTrophy Cup The jJ tea records of the tttulkhaltput The events were as follows 1 BOyd dash 1st Thomson tlmo B 25 8 2d Bozarth 3d Powers 2 100yd dash 1st Thomson time 10 25 a 2d Lampe 3d Powers 3 Running high Jump 1st Hopkins dlst 5 ft 3 In 2d Hoffman 3d Combs- t 4 220yd dash1st Lampe time 24 45 a 2d Powers 3d Thomson 6 Running hop step and jump 1st Hopkins Dlst 3C ft 3 in 2d Burr tonG 440yd dash 1st Fcllray tlmo 56 2d Powers 3d Eastman 7 Running broad jump 1st Hopkins diet 18 ft 7 in 2d Ison 3d Eastman 8 Pole vault1st Combs dial 9 ft 4 in 2d Hoffman 3d Huff 9 Half mile runtat Fellmy time 3da10 220yd hurdles1st Hoffman time 29 25 s 2d Fellmy 3d Dozarth IL Milo relaYPhi Delta time 3 mln 166 25 B 12 j Shot put1st Hopkins dlst 32 ft 2d Huff 3d Combs 13 Mile run1st Meese time 5 min 31 3GjS2d Hoffman For tho convenience of borrowers of the Berea Dank and Trust Company Loantoday and Saturday evening of each week at two oclock to puss on nil applications for loans Those who will need accommoda tlons on quick notice will bo sure to get their applications In not later than two oclock on Wednesdays or Sat urdays Applications received after two P M Wednesday evening can not bo passed on until the following Saturday DEREA DANK AND TRUST COI 01Bear In a Guntess Town While every man in the village who owned a guy was out hunting yosteh day alarge black bear came down the mountain from the rear ot Elk Grove roand calmly sauntered down the one street of the town Sovoral men with teams l but without guns were com polled to turn aside to let tho bear pass DIoomsburg correspond ence Philadelphia Record flySequel Theyre All Dead A scientist says that 100 years ago folks just lived on pork and eveninggbut what was the sequel t t tokokoKokokokoKOROkaoI Ring Phone No 10 xo V K t WHEN YOU WANT S r o GROCERIESx GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED 0 UfrI gItx Best Canned Corn x AGENT FOR o NAVEN LAUNDRY K ROkornROStOROtOkOMOStOar o IJI H t I LOOK fOr the LABEL the pocket KANTBEBEATthats Its a of honesty and quality uKANTBEBEAT it is O KIPockets braced upproperlycuttingThe makers behind garment branded BEBEATWe clothing is su perior socalled made I are receiving a full line of SKREEMER for men WEat 400 AMERICAN LADY for ladies at 300 and 350 SECURITY for boys and girls at to We invite you to visit us when thinking of that new pair of and see our line Yours respectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO EURNISHERS TBEREA KY 4 OlOO pod 0fod 010 +obod od o+0ooo+o Eo+04 0104 o4oci1t 0 + tioo + t THE +o o + + 0 I Berea National Bank+ o 0 I CAPITAL 25000 I + 0 o + + 0- o + We Cordially Invite o + j o + YOUR ACCOUNT 1 0I 4 t o o DEPOSITORS ARE SAFEGUARDED t I o i Federal Supervision f S E WELCH President J W FOWLER Vice Pres t 0 J L GAY Cashier to t+o+o+o+o W+oo+o +0 +oo++ooooJoOM iKkkkkkkkKatwtrtltkt NS tkKMattkKkR tKRkKkkxKKkk E H4tt 4 I WHO SAID GROCERIES 77 She to have said it through the telephone No 33 3 or have called in and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON When you want good things at low hes the man 5 to talk with S ao pounds Granulated Jioo Y aSack of Flour Best on Earth 55 Rose Flour per Sack 5a S is Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before xo will be delivered before noon I All orders taken 10 und 3 will be delivered afternoon I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery StoreideL +tilkts eMtitsrYir eiliary Water Too Shallow for Speed There Is no part ot the lake and river channel between Cleveland and Detroit where the water Is so deep that It does not affect the speed of lake steamers of largo size I r Turn inside mark inside collars stand every KANT this to tailor SHOES SHOES SHOES prices please Oxfords BY ought person prices Sugar Eureka White oclock between Krtt Finds No Palm In Solitude The heart which loved once and which abandonment struck does set become easily accustomed to solitude KertsgsitMadame Roaleu The Citizen H family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thunday at Htm Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I alkert Cook PhD Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos rAYABUl IN ADVANCl- tt Year IIH- Mi Uonthi de Three Months 33 Send money by routoffice or Rspreu Money Order RegUleted matter or one sad ew- eeat tttmpt the dote alter your name on IIlel howl te abet date your inlncrlptlon le paid If it U not thtnred within tbre weekS alter renewal etltyusUlulnr numbers will be Udly lupplled If wen 6tlnrd luboatpllonrMLiberal terms given to any who obtain new 11 for us An one ending uafom heCltlieaheafrblmselfAdTcrtlnlng rate on application J MEMKita OP XENTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION = =A collego of foreign languages has been opened in Canton China the port from which most emigrants sail to distant parts of the globe Do something different every day advises a contemporary At any rate that Is better than advising people to do somebody different every day However dementia baseballltis Is a much saner disease to have than brain storm or some of those others that only millionaires who hire atrong ex perts can afford Can a newspaper paragrapher enter heaven asks the Atlanta Georgian Cant answer says tho Houston Post but It Is pretty certain that the other place cant risk him Nexy York city boasts the largest and finest public school building In the world It Is of fireproof con structlon throughout and cost J2000 000 It has accommodations for 4000 pupils Francisco Jose who was born in 17SS is still alive and at work and a good shot with tho rifle at Oporto Portugal Ho served in the Portu t guese army which In 1810 opposed the Invasion of the French under Na poleon I- AulhorlUes rl on the subject have esti mated that only about VWOOO survivors of the civil war have not been pensioned Of the men who actually served in that struggle It is estimated that 782000 are living today and that out of this number 675000 are on the pension roll Theodore N Vail who has been elected president of the American Tel ephone Telegraph company of Bos ton at a salary of 100000 has risen to his present position from a farmer boy He was born in New Jersey 62 years ago and in his youth worked on A farm in Iowa John V Wright of Tennes asee now an attorney in the general land office at Washington who will be 80 years old In June has been con I nected with public life for a greater period than any other living American He is still as vigorous as a man of 60 and keeps up with the things of today without forgetting what has passed and gone Prof Todd Is going to the Andes to look at Mars from a high elevation to see for himself whether it is inhabited Suppose it Is and a scientist on Mars is trying to communicate with us What complications will arise If in Mars the people shake their heads when they mean yes and nod vigorously for no Then there would be no common starting point for the sclen lists of the two planets We sometimes see In the papers much fun poked at the country press for its insignificant personal items How Is this from the New York TrIb- une asks the Ohio State Journal August Belmont will dance tonight at the Belmont clubhouse This beats that local item in a rural con temporary Last night Billy Jones dressed up in his Sunday clothes was going somewhere where New Yorkers ate 500000 bushels of oysters last season A bushel aver ages 200 oysters so that at least 100 000000 oysters were eaten there between September 1 1906 and the end of April These figures mcaa 8300000 stews or as many Me it the oysters had been placed In that form on hotel restaurant or family tables But that would be only two meals of oysters ia a winter for every man woman and child In the greater city very few have ever seen the kaiser on foot except on his yacht the Hobenzollem He always drives or rides The reason for this would be more apparent than It Is were it not that lie wears very tbtckeoled boots Ills real heights is five feet Ave f inches so be is thus among Europes shortest monarchS But that is not the only reason why he appears so seldom on foot He is partially paralyzed down his left side had his left nnu Js almost useless That is why in all his photographs his left arm appears limp Y1Z wIlt ffiat nub mug liorslttp nf ill1 ntittJ lInlurlt Dy FATHER VAUGHAN Noted Drltlth Divine Many correspondents have told me that what I said in previous sermons about cat and dog worship among silly women is not true I therefore refer thorn to tho servants who have to stay up half the night petting and nursing these little beasts to tho lOOks who have to cater for thorn to the veterinary surgeons who have to take care of their diseases to the under takers who haro to furnish their funerals 9 If this is not enough let them go to the printers who issue memorial notices edged in deep black invit ing friends to a memorial service in the drawingroom with tho notification that it is not to say adieu but nu rooirwllatI ever that means I suppose it moans that they are all going to tho dogs I have no patience with these people who ought to be dandling children in their laps and nursing their little ones inStimd of scnmlulking every section of the community by pouring out heir love upon these crent uros that are not meant to bo treated as their own offspring You pamporcd votaries of pleasure say that there is no sin except that of being dull Men nnd women have written to mo saying that society todny is no worse than it was in the time of Charles II or tho Georges I do not think it is so bad but surely it argues poorly for tho morals of society when it makes a boast of being associated with such ulcerous periods of history 3ffhh1 Jriitntp11 ni- r tiiw F Dy DR NICHOLAS SENN Victory lens fallowed victory and manyof most dreaded dis eases become powerless the conquest with preventive medicine The wonderful result of diphtheria is the sur est indication that in the future crude drugs must give way to serotherapy in the successful treatment of nil acute selflimited infectious diseases The clientele of the physicians is growing smaller and smaller but them glory as humanitarians and scientists is ruing and will reach the zenith after coining generations of more erudite physicians have conquered and laid at their feet the two worst enemies of mankind tnbetvulotu and cancerPreventive medicine is the medicine of tho future and the final triumph of seientiflc medicine will be tho suppression of disease In Jistruggle with tho causes of disease wo need not only the meet and united support of the medical profession in the front racks of this movement but tho encouragement and financial nisi ot rfic governments 8f1thl cral state county city and village Sanitation on a large wale to le effective is costly but every dollar spent will bring good returns Hy gienic institutes must bo established and maintained where young ph si cians can receive the necessary education and training to prepare themselves for tho high and responsible ofllco of sanitary or health commission er the different communities One such institution centrally located and amply endowed would be a greater benefit to the people of the United States than all Ute Carnegies libraries and the supernumerary half starved insignificant colleges and academies on which millions of dollars have been lavished and wasted by tho wellmooning men of wealth Healthofficers should be above the mire of politics and shoujd be appointed for their merit without any regard to their political complexion and should receive a salary commensurate with their service and social position and should hold their office as long as their work is effec tive and satisfactory to the community If those things wero realized a new and much needed specialty in medicine would be created scientific sanitation But to accomplish our final object in public sanitation means must be provided for popular instruction in hygiene and sanitation in our schools and by popular lectures order to reach the mass of the people and by doing so enlist their interest andsecurc their cooperation Nothing would be of more far rcarching valuo to the laboring man than he taught how to avoid disease and preserve his health All great reforms must have a beginning in the household If wo can interest our govern ments our people our educators and the public press in this groat move ment of abolishing preventable diseases we confidently may expect tho millennium in medicine due time and it will be the final triumphof scientific medicine tactual 3ealtation of jxotbcrb oob By REV DR A B MELDRUM Cleveland 0 PAstor the have in 81tcnlm in in to in God has 40 conditioned us that no man can live independently I of his fellow man This spirit of dependence is in our hearts There is in V8 a yearning for puma fellowelmip and sympathy We are made for social life Our highest joy is found in taking others by the hand and looKing into their laces and hear ing their friendly words There arc few things that wo can enjoy alone The world can get on without us but we cannot get on without the world God has so ordered our lot that the highest elements of our spiritual education are to be found at our very doors In learning the lessons of charity and selfdenial we need seek them not in halls of learning nor in senates nor on the worlds battlefields where genius nnd valor attain distinction but by the very wayside of our daily lives where we zany grasp our brothers hand with the sympathy of fraternal affection The trouble with a good many of us is that we are looking afar ofT and longing for moro conspicuous licigjits on which we may display our philanthropic intentions and ambitious The poverty and distress that are a considerable distance from us seem to have a sort of romance attaching to them that makes it a comparatively easy thing to want to relieve them but the distress and poverty that aye in our own block arc so very commonplace BO very unrortinntic that Iliey make a slight appeal often no appeal at aU- to our sensildlltios Our brethren are all about us while we are looking over their meads weeping poetical tears over tho jomantio troubles of those who are faraway It ia a poor tort of brotherhood that reserves its helpfulness for great occasions that spends Itself VfeCplrig over tales of fictitious woo und passes by without a tough or glance at the poor cripple that lives across the street t e SURGEONS MISTAKE NOT VERY SERIOUS HE ONLY CUT OFF THE WRONG LEG Inasmuch as Experimental Tinkering with the Tariff Might Also Prove to Be a Mistake the Wiser Plan Would Be Not to Cut Off Either Leg The New York Times makes bold to say that If we reduced tno tariff we should Import more goods and we should also export more goods Import more we certainly should It our tariff rates were lowered and more yet it wo had no tariff at all If to Increase our Imports be the main consideration why have any tariffBut does it follow that our exports would Increase In equal ratio And It so what sort of commodities would wo more largely export than wo now do Certainly not manufactures for even though the American wage standard were to be reduced down to the foreign leveta proposition by tho way which opens up a vista ol grave consequences which no man can contemplate without n shudder ol tear and dread our lower priced goods would not be allowed to Invado the markets of manufacturing coua trios Corresponding wage reductions would inevitably occur In such coun trlea The workers in European mills and factories must somehow and at some wage be employed Otherwise chaos comes again Not In foodstuffs could our exports greatly Increase under a lowor tariff or no tariff for tho reason that by so much as we should succeed In dis placing production or In reducing wages In foreign countries by so much we should reduce their ability to take and pay for our surplus food productsNo does not follow that greater exports go with greater Imports It was not so from 1S9S to 1897 We are now exporting fully twice the quantity which we then oxported Reduction of the tariff with a view to increasing competitive Imports must of necessity break down the American wage rate Nobody we believe disputes that the free trader and the tariff reformer will tell you that wages are too high anti ought to come down but that lower cost of living will compensate for the cut In wages This Is like Inflicting a stab and then pouring balsam Into j open wound The pain may be loss but tho wound is still there and It was not there bolero The ques tion then Is whether it Is wise to In filet the stab whether for the mere pleasure of trying experiments In the treatment of wounds we should apply the knife Tho healthiest condition known to the history of human labor and production exists In tho United Stator today T never made but ono really serious mistake said A great surgeon Was It attended with fatal consequences Oh no was the reply I merely cut off tho wrong leg In the present case tho wiser practice would seem to be not to cut off either leg Let nature take its course The American body politic requires no tariff surgery ot any kind Not Quite Killed Forty years of almost exclusive at tentlon to domestic trade has klllcO our Instinct for commerce across th- oleDsN Y Evening Post Not exactly The Instinct appears to be very much alive Forty years ago In 1S66 our exports were 348 859622 In 1906 they were 1793 107955 an Increase of 500 per cent In 1866 our total foreign trade was I7836715S8 40 years later It was 13119172649 not counting trade with Porto Rico amid Hawaii which will bring the total to nearly 13200000 OOoan Increase of over 400 per cent Forty years ago our Imports were 434812060 40 years later they were JU21064694 All this would seem to indicate a considerable attention to foreign trade and with a fair de gree of success It suggests that white taking good care of the do mestic market and the Internal trade our Instinct for commerce across the seas has been tar from killed Our attention to Internal trade has made us alike per capita and In gross the richest amorig all the nations For elgn trade Is a side Issue a good thing to have but in comparison a minor consideration Foreign trade said Andrew Carnegie Is a brag gart domestic trade Is tho truu king Mr Root and Canada It is understood that as a basis for complete free trade between the United States and Canada Secretary Root has propo ed the adoption By the Do mlulon ot the American tariff ached ules in their entirety au against other countries Great Britain included Coming from any other than so lofty an official source the proposition would seem impracticable almost to the point of absurdity Tho establishment of uniform tariff rates and their uniform enforcement would necessitate on Can adas part withdrawal from the British empire and political union with the United States Such a merger would also Involve the complete abandon moot of Canadas Industrial aspira tions Canada would spurn either of theso proposals If considered separate ly coupled together as they would have to be she would not entertain them for a moment A little deeper Widjr of time tariff question would servo to enlighten Secretary Root ro- gardingmany things that cannot be done WAGES AND THE TARIFF Some Reckless Admissions Made by Democratic Leader In a speech In congress tho other day lion John Sharp Williams re viewed time coming of Immigrants to this country the swelling stream over since colonial days lie said they came to bettor their condition that hero was a falling oft In panic years but that the rule was a steady Inflow Ho gave as ono reason tho higher wages paid In this country and said There never was a period from the time the pilgrim landed on Plymouth hock up to the adoption of the Conatltu tlon of the United Stales when wales for the blackamlth the carpenter for the killed artisan and the unoklllrd la bor In the field were not about double what they were in Greet Urltaln No tariff high tariff low tariffnil sorts ot tariffIt made no difference what the tnrlff on our statute book was they cameThat Is very reckless talk for a lead er In congress Can Mr Williams ox plain why there was always a falling off In Immigration whoa free trade was the rule In our country Without elaborating or going back beyond tho memories of middle agod mon It Is enough to say that in 1893 1894 and 1895 skilled laborers wages toll 40 per cent common laborers wages fell JO per cent and thousands and tons of thousands and hundreds of thousands of laborers skilled and unskilled wero unable to find em ployment on any terms This may not have applied to Mississippi but It dill apply to the entire northeast north and wost It Is just as plain that If the tariff wore struck down today a million of skilled laborers would be without work In a month and In two months immigration would bo cut down 60 per cunt Salt lAko City Telegram JUST STAND PAT The Public Satisfied with the Present Tariff Policy The majority of the people of the country are well enough satisfied with our proeant tariff poliO and do net demand or dMlro any change thoroin So long as we aro so prosperous that we aro exporting three thousand mil lions of dollars In merchandise etc overy year and also Importing more than any other eoMBtry In the nwM except Great Britain so long as Ware not able to get either laborers or suppMt to meet all the detanoda of oar nrostHirlty that neither man aw materials can be had to carry on the work which Is wanting and waiting to bo done there is little use of talking about revising tho tariff The present congressional campaign will have to be woo on a campaign of no apology for any Republican principle or policy Unless we begin to admit that the tar iff policy II wrong tko Democrats will find the Republican party and Repub lican policies Invulnerable and mines satiable It any loophole Is given for Democratic success It will be tho Republicans own making and will con stitute an Orror as difficult of repara tion as It will be foolish In Its concep tion Salem Ore Statesman DOESNT CARE TO DISCUSS THE I SUBJECT Tariff ReformerPolly want a cracker PollyAw forget Itl The theIt Is a dull ass that will not mend his pace with beating Let us suppose that the editor wants to buy a suit of clothes and that his tailor wants to ad vertise In tho Mall The tailor has doubled his prices The editor protests Vorjr well Bays tho tailor I will reduce my price CO per cent It you will reduce your advertising rates CO per coat But that isnt fair says the editor You have doubled the price on your goods while my advertising rates are the saran that they wore before If I cut 60 per cent In rates I shall be getting only half what 1 have been getting for my advertising while It you cut CO per cent you will get precisely what you got before for tho clothes It makes no difference Insists tile tailor Those are my prices und If you dont like then you can buy your clothes somewhere else That Is precisely what Im going to do says tho editor and you can advertise In some other paper if you can find any body that Is fooLonough to let you double your rates on him and at tho samo tIme cut down his owri rates onohalf Goodday sir Call the editor Uncle Sam and the tailor Kaiser Wilhelm and you have the German tariff situation precisely Does tho Mall see it fclT ISRAELS ESCAPE FROM EGYPT Sunday ScboolLemsonrorJune 161901 Ssel ly Prepared la Thli Piper IKHflON TKXT Kiodus 1444S Memory verees 13 II UOIUKN TKXT Thui the Lord Hawd Israel that day out of the hand ot the Kffypllnni und Israel saw the Egypt Inns dud upon Iho euhoreIoduJI HSO TIME According to the common chronology 1 CUI aocortllnic to tiruK rh 1300 Price ISt nrsated pias Mciirphtair death In 1111 The tilt of March or the tint of Aprll- iIhACE Th y started from Sucoolh and rtammm In Qonheni traveled north Mutwanl to the frontier dIMrtrt of Kl ham und that emth vnnl to Iha headof the ItMl 8a near tI4I present Suez or perhaps nor the present lllttw takes It the Itrtl sea then extnndfd so far north Comment and Suggestive Thought The Divine Guidance Bx 1317 141 Three groat routes ted out of Egypt to the east 1 Tho Phlllntla road or Iho way ot the land of the Philistines Bx 1317 was tho northern road and crossed tho lino of the lakbs which form the bed ot tho modem Sties canal just north nf hake llullah at a point still known as ElDantarah tho bridge 2 The Wall Head tho Way of Bhur I c wall Gen 167 Is the central road starting from the north era end of l ako TlmMh near the modern town Ismalllx It geOtl straight Into the desert and leads to I sU itlno by way ot Ueorsheba and Hebron It was probably along this road that Abraham and Jacob went Into Egypt Hut there wpy Along stretch of desert and It would require a continuous miracle to sustain tho people and their flocks 2 The Red Sea Road the Way of tho Wilderness of the tad Sea ilk 1318 was the road Mlileh swept across the wilderness between the two arm of the Red sea from the head of the Gulf of Bus in the hoed ot the Quit of Akabth It Is today the groat route of pis pil grits caravans to Mecca TH natural choice of MOM was the first rwulo the northern or Pbilis Ua road Ho was not yet KHMwi by tin pillar at fire nor In tM first Audi of victory over 1Unroab did be prob ably rtwllte the weakness of tho Hebrew end their newt of tons dls cipllDf before they could coqqtwr the Canaanite The pillar of cloud and of tire nisda Its appearance at Btbara Bnr r again to dosort that pUgrlra Wend lilt Ute Jordan was crossed and It had set tied down to brood over the hose o- rOodF II Meyer It was the pre onee of Jehovah manifested tn a supernatural fire which gave off A lefty column ot smoke visible afar over the host by day white at night the fiABMM woro reflected brightly ipon the smoke like the Inner Ares of Vesuvius that Illuminate the cloud cap of the volcano Some such signal was needed to guide tho greet mass ot people Moreover the cloud was a protection against tho heat of limo sun and best of nil It afforded a constant assurance that God bad not Ml thorn to themselves Pharaohs Pursuit Bx 1459 Some tlmo must have elapsed before Pharaoh would have pursued the H brrw Tho piety of the Rgfp lions to the dead was so groat that the weightiest political affairs would necessarily be neglected while the king paid tho last honors to his dead son Uoildea the families ot tho offl ccis and soldiery had also been unto versally bereaved Gelklp Hut Pharaoh soon round tlmo to repent of having lot tbo Israelites go Tho public works stood still for lack ofIlabor Vast territories were ly unoccupied Thoro was n sudden loss of revenue and service which he could ill dispense withF 0 Meyer The Divine Encouragement Ex 14 1018 The sea before and that serried host behindit was a miserable alternative to men who could neither tight nor swim Hamilton Never before were a people In en evil a case to tho right of them and to tho left of thom rose lofty noun tame and behind them woro time aol dlcrs of Egypt nut one way was open tho way upward the way to GodB throne and heartH 8 Mac Arthur D D Tho fickle nnd ungrate nil people however turned upon Moses with bitter reproaches His answer Is one of the grandest ex hibitions of faith recorded in the Bible The Miraculous Passage Vs 1927 The night came on Tho first part was moonless for It was at least three or four days after the full mount of tho Passover In the light of tho pillar of fire however the Israelites moved forward In obedience to Moses Hut that light would disclose to tho Egyptians tho movements of tho He brew bout and therefore the great cloud removed behind the Israelites turning toward them Kit bright side but Interposing between them and their foes a barrier ot Impenetrable blncK llko the plague of darkness which they had recently experienced Practical Points- V s have no miraculous pillar of V cloud and fire to guide UH but wo hart none tho less tho actual pres ence of God which was back of the cloud and fire Olteu Gods guidance brings Chris tang into positions of great difficulty from Which they see no escape lint such a position Is a platform for tho display of Gods almighty graco an- dpowgrF H Meyer When God leads iis Into danger Ire viit take us safely through Itw M TaylorGods pro idencen are never late J IL11 R ij JoYN4 fLC 111AHRJIJJTlffN JRJALLY7PNLL1cj t MAGICIANS HAT TRICK You Can Easily Learn How to Do It for Amusement of Friends This trick Ia simple enough but It Is not so way to detect after all All you nerd for It are tho following articles First a cubeshaped box with a cover that completely envelops It highly polished and painted black with tho box part marked In Imlta tan of a die this Is to be the false ont of your two dice then a real die which looks precisely like tho false ono and will exactly 1111 the inside of the box and two hats Having first made sure you are 1The Real Die Deposited ready to perform the trick set a table in front of the company several feet away from them and sot In It tho two bats Then produce your box black and handsome and sot It on the top most haL- Remove the cover leaving exposed on too hat tho false die containing the real dlo Rattle away tn a happy conversa tlonal style making all sorts of re marks anything to keep their atten lion fixed on you rather than the box and aa you do so clap your cover on nnd lift up tho whole thing off the topmost hat Then still talking bring it down on the hat again and remove the covei again but this time pressing the edges slightly carry away tho real die in tho cover explains tho Los Angeles Times leaving only the false dlo on tho hat Your audience sitting below tho level of the die will not see tho differenceNow for alt you are worth go through a few unnecessary and meaningless flourishes in the midst of which you should manage to move the top hat just enough to admit the real dlo Into the hat below As soon as you think fit announce to your audience that now they see the dlq on the top hat but now I 2The False Die Displayed IRul In Hat False In Box clapping tho cover down over the false die and removing It with a flourish then displaying the bottom hatnowy- ou see it In this hat The Other Way If jou were a German boy living In some old village over In Germany and If you abould discover that the house nut door was OB fire you wouldnt grid for your cap fall over chain and rush out to yell Fire and turn In an alarm If you did youd be arrested You would wait until certain that there was a fire and then you would walk slowly out ring tho boll of the house and when the good wlfo came to tho door to see what was wanted yon would take off your cap to her and soy I beg your pardon sirs Schneider for disturbing ypu but tho tact Is that your house ia on fire and will be burned down It you dont do something SMOKELESS CANNON IA Made and May Be Fired Off In the Parlor For this experiment which can be performed In any parlor without dan gor of shattering tho mirrors or deaf enlng any ono with the noise of the explosion take a little hollow steel penholder and fill onethird of it with water Then cut out a stopper for the Firing Off the Cannon pen by Blnklyg it into a piece of pota to and passing the tube through a cork which should be placed in a slightly sloping position says Good Literature At this point with Great gravity tho performer Inquires Are you ready Then place a lighted can die under the end containing tho wa ter Fire comes the word of com wand from the spectators nnd In a second pop goes the stopper which la forcibly ejected by the steam made from tho heat of tho candlo on the water In tho penholder YOUNGEST SOLDIER French Boy of Ten and How He Got Jnto the Army Tho youngest soldier in France and probably In any other country Is a lad ten years old named Plorro Lavell Ills mother IB a poor widow living In ono of the garrison towns on tho Rhino Pierre was a favorlto with the Soldiers and was allowed to run about tho barracks and the fort A soldier who had been punished made up his mind to blow up the magazine In re vcngc It contained 30 tons of powder anrd an explosion would have been followed by great loss of life and co structlon Little Pierre discovered the soldier making his preparations and ran to Inform on him Ha was arrested not n moment too soon and after being tried was sentenced to be shot The lad was enlisted as a grenadier nnd will probably be a soldier nil tho rest of his life Ills pay la flufflclout to make his mother very comfortable Got It Twisted This Is tho way the railway man hoard the conundrum- At what time shortly before noon la it three oclock At a quarter of 12 because a quarter of 12 IB three And this la the way he worked it oft on his friends At what time shortly before noon Is It three oclock At 1145 because 1145 is three It doesnt sound right either blame It but thats tho way I heard It Spent Hers Johnny Papa gave me a wuolq dol lar to sav- eDottioSell my papa gave ma ten cents to spend and thats better still 1IIBBmMrAPUZZUE STORYBY HLLIVINQBTOPI tCPlrib tar ar J IeII II 6ola 1 The elephant which is the largest living animal is of massive buildI averaging oVcr tcn feet in height and from two to four tons Nature has supplicc him with a wonderful organ the trunk which is used principally for gathering food and as a weapon ofdefense When tamed the elephant the most gentle andofdo mestic animals In he is in hunting tigers and as a beast of burden he performs the work ofsix horses With his trunk he carries huge timbers for purposes Many stories are told of the wisdom of these great beasts and of their affection toward persons who treat them kindly But they also resent unkind ness Elephants have been known to kill men who treated them cruelly The average life of the elephant is over one hundred years and some have lived to be four hundred years old But they are rapidly being exterminated by being into pitfalls and by for the sake of the ivory of their tusks The natives prepare the elephants feet for by them in ovens dug in the ground a Each pJctarc Illustrate n word omittecl in the Mory The object of this pntzta It to complete the story by in the ices with the words fllintrated blbe pictures The number of tbe pier u welt as tbo word illustrated should be btaukI blank space REBELLION BEGINS CHINESE RIOTERS DESTROY GER MAN MISSION STATION WONGKONB OFFICIALS MURDERED Chinese Danker Have Organized a Steam Launch Patrol of Coast to Prevent Piratical Attack Berlin May 28 According to dls hatches received hero from Shanghai and Hotikoug native rioters have de stroyed the German mission station at Lien Chow near PakhoL the mla elonarles escaped The German gunboat Hits reen forced by 20 marines from the gun boat TslngUiu has left Honkong for Pakhol and it Is expected that a Brit ish gunboat wil also bo sent to that portAccording to advices received hereby the German Cable Co from Shang hal disturbances have else broken out at Pflkhol and the situation there ar at Lien Chow is apparently serious Five American missionaries were killed at Lien Chow October 28 1003 and a hospital and other missionary property wore dlatroyed Indemnity for the loss of life and property was paid by tho Chinese government early in January of the present year Swatow Province of Kwawtung China May 2SA rebellion has broken out at Wongkong In the Uplng dig tract of the Chin Chu prefecture All the civil and military omclala t Wong kong have been assassinated and their yemens burned The local revolutionists who wero Joined by natives of the neighboring provinces concentrated for their at tack on the officials without being mo boated by tho populace Tho military commander hero has muttered the station guards and started for the scene of the outbreak Steps are being taken by tho local police to prevent excesses bore The Chinese bankers hAvo organized a steam launch patrol of the coast to prevent piratical attacks on Uio part of marauders from the seaward Nw York May 28Four mission aries of tt6 Presbyterian board of for edge aviations are now stationed at Lien Chow according to a statement made at tho OmN of the board In thin cUr They Bra tho Rev John S Gun kle who lately returned to Lien Chow after n furlough in England the Rev Jteos F Edwards and his wife and Miss Blda Patterson They have been in the mission field so long that their homo addresses are not accessible at the omen of tho board in thin city No Information of tho trouble at Lien Chow has been received from the Presbyterian missionaries ORDERED TO LEAVE Whereupon Germier Killed His Land lady and Then Shot Himself Danville 111 May 28Mrs Rosa Vurez was shot and Instantly killed other homo in Westvllle thin county by Henry Germier who then shot him self in the templo nnd Is dying Ocr mier has been boarding at tho Vurez home and was told that he must hunt a new boarding house lie returned Intoxicated when the tragedy occurred Blizzard Sweeps Michigan Detroit Mich May 2SA severe snow norm Is sweeping the upper aka region while a veritable winter bllz lard Is prevailing over tho Sagtnaw valley Cadillac reports five inches of endif with more coming and six inches have fallen at Potoakey Snow toll during Monday at Jackson and Kol craazoo Three Japs Jailed San Francisco May 8For a mur derous assault committed by Japs armed with knives on Horace Hazel a young dentist and Randolph Merri weather an electrician the police have taken M Tnslmova Nllsl Kolporo and S Hamada into custody 85000 Get a Raise Boston May 28 The genral upward movement In tho wages of Now England cotton mill operatives affected nbout 85000 operatives The advance amounts to about 10 per cent Eleven Drowned Montevideo May 28Tho Norwe gian bark Nagpore 1177 tons Capt GJoruldsen has been wrecked In a storm and is a total loss Eleven mem bers of her crew were drowned Ban on Tobacco Madison WIs May 28The state assembly passed without opposition I bill prohibiting tho use of tobacco bj boys under 16 Is Now a Law Springfield Ill May 28 QJv Dl neen signed the two cent tare bill at 1135 Monday Four Attempts Made to Burn Town Elkton Md May The breakni out of four fires at different tunes in tho business section of this place chum ing the early morning hours has ere ated tho belief that an attempt was made to burn down tho town In earl case kerosene was uses Indicted For Murder Bristol Tenn May 2SAck Hole was indicted on Ute charge of criminally assaulting and murdering Lllll Davis n pretty young girl of this city A motion was made to continue UM case but this was dented t1855 Berea College JI FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 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rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Tern 12 weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 deposit j 28th day 600 56th day 600 total 29 If paid all ia advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksFirst day 1440 28th day 540 60th day 270 j total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 The two terns together paid for In advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900 Longer Winter Terra 16 weeksFirst day 2060 2Slh day 600 56th day 600 i 84th day 540 total 3800 If paid all in advance 370- 0ReEclt Students excused to leavs fcfore end of term receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ance is made for any fraction of a week and a fee of fifty cents is charged for leaving the boarding hall and fifty cents for leaving a room in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays te Stay When you have made your journey and are well i started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The Pint Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY l t i That Premium Knife takes tbereyes of the men and boys who sea it Tho mountain people like a good thing when they see it nud to get u 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper thatms worth more to the mountain people than any otherdollar paper in the world The Knife end The Citizen for One Dollar That brings ia iubficiipHpaii all the time See full premium list on page i I ITHE HOME I An Odd Dish Theso are the days that are hard on a house keeper Tim family are all tired of the food thoy have had all winter aud the gardens furnish but scanty supplies It is a good time to try preparing the old things in new ways Try this Fry Rome onions a nice brown either in bacon fat or butter then add a can of tomatoes Season with pepper and salt aud one teaspoonful of aU- spice cook all together a few minutes Servo plain or on toast Dolled Salad Dressing Mixone tertSpoon mutardt one teaspoon salt One and one half lea spdons BUgar two teaspoons flour and a little red pepper Add one tea mQ tcdbuttur the yolkDf one egg one third cup hot Ine ltr cook overhdl water stiriug constantly until mixture thickens Cool and add onoJelf cup thick cream either plain or beaten until thick Servo with asparagus tomatoes or lettuce Mrs Jeanie L Hill ITIIEJSCMQQIProblems 1 I lljr Prof Dlnimore Part IPractical Teaching Now the separated bunches are examined more closely The teacher explains why certain ones wore discarded Some would wither quickly sotno were poison some gave out an unpleasant odor The good kinds now receive attention After they have been sufficiently examinedand discussed the teacher tells them they may select specimens from the var eagerilyquestioningandand are all hard at work Memory also comes in to give aid Presently it is finished and each one bears away his trophy pleased in proportion to the amount of care and energy be has put into it The teacher turns to other duties but the children will not soon forget their mornings task They will live over and over again the details of both they gathering and the classifying and particularly will they remember the interesting things tho teacher told them The lesson thus learned can never I be lost Every lesson whose aim is knowledge is something like this and the searching teacher may read the part he should play in the lesson period inthe story But for those who must have the conventional the following outline is appended Some Important Features of the Lesson Period j 1 It is the time when the minds of pupils and teacher meet upon t a common subject the one to receive the other to impart knowledge or irathnr the one to search and the other to direct the searching 2 It gives the pupils occasion to tell what they have learned and thus give expression to their new found knowledge For we are never sure of knowledge or power until wo have in some way give expression to it 3 The pupils may ask questions upon knotty points and should be not only allowed but encouraged to do so quite freely Moreover the kind of questions they ask will show how well or how they have used the and how much their interest has been aroused willibethey ire exploring r 5 It gives them a chance to show to the teacher how well they have t improved their time and to receive their due reward of commendation If the children have really put forth effort and accomplished something they forward eagerly to the class time The teacher is the only one who 9 tlookfully appreciate theft efforts and measures for them the amount and value Of what they have acquired If there is no teacher to do this measuring of results the zeal of the pupil soon languishes Even adults 1cannot get along whplly without it- Continued Next Week ITHE FARM I Feminine Dairy Wisdom TuckertPet the cows Give them a little sugar salt at first then a lump of sugar now and then Sugar will make a wild heifer gentle Try it If you buy a new cow give her sugar and she will not try to break awayDo not let any extra rush in farm work interfere with the regular milking hour If not milked in a reasonable time the cozy refuses to give down her milk The habit of holding up the milk can easily be formed by harsh treat i mentIf the cow is made to feel comfortable and happy she will pour the i milk out to the last drop Do not put the bull away in n dark pen by himself Give him a good pen and a strong yard where ho can see what is go ing on around him He will be less dangerous and be much more thrifty t Dont put a calf in a pen by itself animals suffer from loneliness the calves growing If stunted the first year there is a loss that 1never can be regained Any animal that is worth raising is worth raising I well Breaking the heifer to her dairy duties should begin almost with her birth by accustoming her to obedience confidence and kindly handling If the cover is left off the milk can a piece of cloth or mosquito net ting should be used to keep out insects When salting butter add one tablespoonful of granulated sugar to ten pounds of butter and notice the improved flavor If we sell our butter to private customers we should try to salt to the lade of each This may be some trouble but after all we depend upon the tastes of our patrons for our sales If we miss the mark as to taste we miss the sales Get butter to the consumers as quickly as possible after it is made The fine delicate aroma of freshly made butter is quickly lost Fill a silo this year Try it once and you will never neglect it Plant the corn at once LLLLJnJnJnLnt+o+ OOOOTOlOiOTOtU UrUTUTUTUUTu 0IfYou Are Looking For t 0 Bargains I You must Not Pass This Store t i A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies CollarsGloves i o etc at Bargain Prices + t In Mens Goods We have the best line Jof Dress ands Work io Shirts Overalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose I i gVi o Suitsa+ L l 0 We sell Groceries Tinware and iieenswore3 nd if 0 pay top prices for Produce i0+ Yours for Business i L Moyes Cash Store j L Berea Ky o- tho I +o+o+o+o 00+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o 0+o+o+0o +o +o+o+o A Thneltcrnr Story Mrs Bayard Taylor tells an Interest Ing story of Thackeray In her memoirs On Two Continents Tim Tayloi met Thackeray In London soon after their marriage ifs Taylor writes that she found confirmed In his person the characteristics which I had guessed at from his worksa warm heart undo the mask of scathing satire 01 the occasion of a small dinner which ho gave us ho said to my husband after the gentlemen hall rejoined tho ladles In tho drawing room By the bye I must give you a wedding present What shall It bo1 Thou going to an etagoro he took down a silver lukstan and gave It to his friend In spite of the evident displeasure of his youngest daughter mualy so amiable who ox claimed with oil tho naivete of her fife teen years Oh not that one paper But papa gave no heed aud a few days InscrlpIcray to Bayard Taylor Oct 27 1857 Frenk Stntue One of tho most Interesting freak statues In England Is to the memory ot Sir It Holmes It Is to bo seen In the church at Yarmouth Isjo of Wight The funny thing about It Is that It was not originally Intended to r present that naval celebrity It was scull turod for and represents Louis XIV- ot Franco nnd was being conveyed to that country when tho vessel contain Ing It nnd also tho sculptor was captured by nu English ship commanded by Sir R Holmes The body was fin Ished tho head being left for completion on Its arrival In France On learn Ing who It was for the English com mander compelled the sculptor to fin Ish It by chiseling his Holmes head on the kings body Sir R Holmes was afterward made governor of the Isle of Wight and held this odlco from 1001 till 1001 and after his death tho statue was erected to his memory Snow Ilniinem In the Sierra Nevada mountains when conditions are favorable for the display there occurs a beautiful and startling phenomenon of nature At times wit or tho wind drives up the mountain sides In a certain direction and with sufficient velocity there stream out upon the air snow banners from a hundred mountain peaks Thoy are formed by tho circling wind acting upon tho light snow and are thick and dark at the top of tho mountain like a flagstaff then thoy float away broad ly for a mile In length In waves of Iridescent light This magnificent die play Is rarely seen by other eyes than thoso of savages but sometimes It has been tho good fortune of a naturalist to witness It when among the wild beauties of the mountain fastnesses Ancient Theatrical Iroitrnmme Theater programmes wore known even In ancient times though they were then of a very peculiar construe lion In Greece and Rome they con sisted of small tablets which were banded out to the audience at the en trance Those occupying the best seats obtained programmes beautifully work ed In Ivory while those occupying the cheaper seats were given tablets In bronzeTho bronre tablets were distinguish ed by a dove worked In the metal and tho tetra plccloncrlo used In Italy today as designating tho lower priced seats in the theaters dates from this antique custom Another Ihase No person can say with absolute an thorlty just where the line between dec- IsIon of character and undesirable ob stinacy should bo drawn but many persons attempt to do It I like my wifes prompt decisions as to what shed bettor do said the husband of Mrs Orlando Jones and I admire the firmness with which she settles all disputed matters for tho children but tho surprising obstinacy which she displays concerning my ate fairs Is a constant surprise to me It seems so out of character Margaret of Auitrla Bearded women have been very numerous Tho most noted of the num ber was tho famous Margaret of Aus tria appointed by Charles V to bo governor of the Netherlands She hall a long stir black beard and conceiv ing tho Idea that It added to the majes ty of her appearance was very careful of It and so combed and trained It as to make It seem much greater than It was III Inexperience Judge Have you anything to say prIsoner at the bar before sentence Is passed upon you Prisoner I hope that your honor will take Into consideration tho youth and inexperience Jndge Interrupting Whaatt You have been convicted seventeen times Prisoner Oh no your honor I was alluding to my couns- elAeolobllging Friend 7 am so glad I have met you as I have two favors to ask of you What are they I want you to lend mo 10 and not to say a word about It to any one Two favors at once maul Thats too much of a good thing Ono of thftmyell I wont breathe a word of this to a living soul One of the Fallacies ClerkAs I am about to get married I came to ask It you would not give me an Increase of salary Employer Uy dear sir that Is not necessary You know a young man always save money by marrying The Definition of the Defeated SbcAnd so you think Im a coquette Why I dont believe you know what a coquette is Ho bltterI1A coquette la a woman who syndicates her affe tIQDsLlfe JBeroas Caro for the Colored Raco I Boron Collego was founded before i the Civil War by earnest Kentuok slaverJAs atIlast tho right triumphed nnd now everybody Is glad that slavery was abolished and the Union preserved Soon after the war two young col ored men came to Heron saying Wi learned to road from n captain In the Union army and now It we can get a little more education wo can toad school From that day forward Baron admitted colored students just as all schools do outside of the old slave states and many of the best colored people In Kentucky received their education at Bsreo Three years ago tho Kentucky log Ulature among many foolish and wrong things which It did passed a law forbidding this This Inn Jim made It necessary for Berea Col leg to undertake tho groat expense of a separate provUlon for Its white and colored students Tho friends of tho In- stItution have supported It very gon orously nnd Pros Frost has worked hantr than over before In tho rais lag of funds The result Is that no whito student has as yet In any way suffered by this change All tho work of Berea Is being continued oa be fore and in fact enlarged On the other hand the colored students have been assisted by tho Institution In every way possible Tho College has repaired tho colored school house In Berca lengthened the term and Fo cured bettor teachers antI more In struction in Industries All of the colored students who were at IJorca when the law was passed have had an opportunity to go to other schools nnd receive assistance in so doing from Berea Besides this Be rods colored graduates have been naked to name promising young colored men and women who should receive schol arships to the value of fifty or a hundred dollars to enable them to se cure an education at Hampton Tus kegee Flsko University Knoxvllle College and other good schools The trustees of Uorea desire to es tablish a colored school In Kentucky which will be equal to some of the best colored schools In other states and will do so aa soon as they have sufficient means A tow colored persons have been Instigated by certain white people longtime enemies of the Institution to make complaints against Boron but tho majority of our colored graduates and the best colored people thruout the state reallto tho difficulties In which the College has been placed and appreciate the earnest endeav ors of Boroas Trustees to befriend them in all possible ways We quote below from a letter just received from one of Beroas prominent graduates who has charge of tho colored school at Cairo Ill I have never dos ttersst In Be rca tho Institution that has done so much for mo as well as for hundreds of others of my race While that ob noxious law has curtailed the use fulness of Berea to my people yet I believe there will be some plan adopted yet by which the College will bo able to continuo Its great work In a way that will be a blessing to both races As to the future policies ot the College I am willing to trust everything to the wisdom of the men who have shaped her policies so far and have brought the College to its pro sent status I know that many criticisms have been offered against tho officers of the school since the enactment ot the law separating the races Itlleoms to mo very unfair to criticize anybody for that which he cannot help It appears quite evident that the noble men and women who had spent the best part of their lives in educating the needy of both races would have much preferred that things had gone rra as they were I am yours very truly JOHN C LEWIS Cairo 111 May IPth 1007 What a YungLady Gets at Berea Every young lady who attends school at Demon Is Instructed in sing- Ing drawing and household manage aent dressmaking cooking etc Besides this she becomes acquainted with the beet young people gathered from many places and has an oppor tunity to pick her friends from among the very best Tho young ladles who are graduating this week and those who are com pletlng their first years course at school will tell you that It pays to attend Berea Many of them havo worked very hard to get this chance for an education but they all feel glad they have made the effort And It will be so with you This Is the day In which to resolve that you will be In Berea at the opening of tho Fall Term September 11th You have but one life to live and it makes a great difference whether you drift along without plan or effort or whether you resolve to make the most of yourself THE BRUCE PRINTING BUILDING COMMEMORATING A GREAT MAN r THE INSPIRING STORY OF GEORGE BRUCE The beautiful and commodious now printing building this year presented to Boron College by Miss Matilda Bruce of New York rity together with the now Miolilo Printing Prow pro vldos the Institution with an outfit for teaching this Important art which Is practically as good on oould poeal bly be provided From this building will go out roll gious and educational publications to benefit the world and In It will be trained young men of character and ambition who will follow In the foot steps of Benjamin Franklin and Hor ace Qrceloy and other groat printers The building Itself Is a memorial to the father of Miss Bruce man who In8ntlorscivilization when tho world awoko from tho sleep of the Dark Ages The name of Gutenberg the German Is given as that of the first Inventor of this art In Huropo Printing was brought to England In 147C by Wil liam Caxton Tho earliest printing In tho BritishAmerican Colonies was that done1 for Harvard College In 1111181 But tho great axfmMkm of printing which makes reading matters cheap and enables tw to leave dally papers by the hundred UxxMaml h due to tho Inventions connected with the name of George Dross In 1T9B a Seoteh boy of fourteen born In Caithness was on kM way to America The voyage then required eight weeks and It was Interrupted by many storms On one occasion eight great water spouts swept across tho sea directly towards the vessel on which George was a passenger Tho captain commanded every one on I board to kneel In prayer and when tho first water spout was Just ready to envelope the vessel It veered to one side and followed by all the others passed them byl George Bruce had an older brother David engaged In the printing boil ness In Philadelphia Ills first work was on the Philadelphia Gazette which then had n circulation of two thousand oople Later wo find him In Now York City whither ho went to escape yellow fever In Alabny and again In Now York City where ho became secretory of tho Franklin Typographical Association In 1S06 he wont Into business with his brother David on tho corner of Pearl and Wall streets In an office occupied by the Kings Printer In days before tho Revolution This bee onmo the best office In America whore Hngllsh publications like the Hdlnboro Review were reprinted In 1812 David IJruco wont to Eng land to secure the secret of the dec trotyplng proves which belonged to ono of the English Universities George end David Immediately perfect ed the process and In doing so they revised and standardized tho forms of type putting them Into tho sizes and standards which are continued to the present day and which can proUaMy never bo Improved Tho first stereotyped book printed In America was the New Testament In 1814 followed by the entire Btblo and a set of Latin classics Oeorg lirur III George Bruce married Mir Cather ine Wolt In ISiS a daughter of David Wolta family with many distinguish ed connections and ho lived to enjoy the frutta of his Industry sad talent He was tho designer of many beauti ful styles ot typo and at the age of seventyeight bo cut with his own hands a new set of puMhe for Great Primer script Every visitor should step Into the Carnegie Library to view the features ot this great than as they are repre seated In a beautiful marble bust which Is there to lie seen It tl easy to believe as one looks at his highbrow and strong grave kindly taco that he wee In the word of the historian 144 man of great thought quiet benevolence thorough business Integ rity and loyalty to principles The memory ot such a life will leave an Inspiration In tho minds of young men who go and come at Berea for many generations oaho+ oo1o+o ITIME AND MONEYi by carrying checking account in this Bank t 0Have you ever considered how much t time you waste in going to bills intperson and how easy and convenient it would +obe if you could simply write a check and mall i+ fInhandling actual money there is always of losing it or having it stolen But a ti tfort Then think how easy it is to fail to get 1 + receipts when you in cash Some people ithink it is a reflection on them if you ask them 1for a receipt but when you pay by check + cannot fail to get a receipt because the endorsement of the party to whom it is made- payable and which he must write on it the bank will cash it is positive f payment bCforcl I I BEREA BANK TRUST CO IJ- i BEREA KENTUCKYI+ i Capital 50000 + 10000 I f J 1 Moore J DIRCTOIUIW H Porter lP Coraellut A oooohodo+a+00o+o+o+0ot o+o+O a THE GIRL IN THE PICTURE By Elsie Carmichael 1 T 11 T COpyrijht hy Joiwpli D Uowldl It stood over tho mantel In the oakIpaneled dlning room a portrait Gainsborough of a slender darkeyed girl In a whlto satin gown with n necklace of milkwhite pearls about her softly rounded throat She was pulling the petals from a rod rose and aiming roguishly out of tho frame I had always been In love with her from tho time I used to spend my schoolboy holidays at the manor until as a young man I ran down to Ker sey for weekends ostensibly to see my Aunt Elizabeth in reality to spend most of tho time before tho groat fire place in the diningroom blowing rings toward the celling and dreaming as I watched Marianne dropping the petals of her riitnson rove I am going In hard a homo party on the 25th of Juno wrote my aunt and yon must not tall mo my dear Rcgioald I stall refuse to take nor r an answer That was of the nature of a sum mon to Windsor oattlo and I dared nett dtNbey Besides I did not alto Rothr object to a house party at Kvtsc manor In rose time However at the taut minute I was delayed and It was not until tho evening of the Ctb that I drove up tho oak Ilned even m the soft moonlight My aunt mrt me In tho great hall They are having tableaux In the mtsir room she said Will you come there as soon as you have changed T The light was turned low as I sonic entered and stood unobserved In the buck of the mushroom There was a hush over the audience as tho rut tain was drawn to reveal a lovely picture My cousin Jeanne smiled winsomely out of the frame as tho fountfta Potocka In the famous portrait that is familiar to every one The dapping of hands drowned tho little murmur of admiration as the irtain was drawn over It My cousin Jeanne evidently could not endure the itlpal of keeping still to be looked at SRtno to toe encoring died away and tar low murmur of conversation was r 9nmed Suddenly the conversation HANd he urtaln was about to to drawn for HIP rnXt picture and I tanned per ujjMoiny toward the little state I save a gfell start and claf d b hark of Ihf rhalr In front ef DM I niiio see tile sheen of hr white satin yaws the long necklace of carl about her snowy throat It was Ma inane but a living breathing MarIi1B siiiiniy the lights flared yip thlI viTir vM IOudtr1nplie raw me and name to welcome me so i was twvoral MiautMi before I oovJJ ake my way to my aunt bunt HllialMth 1 demanded pro nf roc I bog to the lady of Kelsey trftnni Where did you find her DM 01 carp down from the from today ilow did It all happen Kr n ai I spoko Marianne carne by Maiiannp In her white Mlln sewn lrr shimmering pearls and tho red n still In her hand Marian cried rar aunt Stop a moment while I prosant your cousin It Btnatd I bowed low I felt that I ought 4 bap a plumed hat to sweep the iHoo before this lady of an olden mf Why did you not como down from your frame before I asked I have waited for you for yenta centuries atone and I have been so lonely though I know you would como at last Marianne lady of Kersey ma norShe smiled ravishingly and looked at my aunt questioningly Ho la our court Jester the latter replied with a smile Hut I am not jesting I cried with mock solemnity She Is Marl anne Marianna of tho portrait 1 in slated Deny it It you dare Yes the 1s Marian my aunt ac knowledged nut Marian the great great grandnlece of the lady of Ker soy manor and your distant cousin Not at nil I begged to differ She Is Marianne herself Marianne who ut to Gainsborough Marianne who pulled a red rose and flung boo petals at her feet you are arent you MarianneAunt smiled indulgently Then some young upstart hero off my Marianne for the cotillon If I could not danco It with her I show ered her with favors and danced with no one else When she mischievous ly brought mo a Jesters cap and belli In one figure I put It on re luctantly Tho next morning we walked In the garden together just as we used to do in tho old days and I gath ered her roses Wo flung breadcrumbs to tho trout that rose greedily j snatch them and we pelted tho rasa old peacock with flowers and hen wo loaned on tho sundial and MarianiwV taper finger traced tho letters of tho carved Inscription just as I bad dreamed of her doing tier hale curled riotously bewitchingly about her face that was flushed like tho petals of a pink rose as she beat over the letters Do you know Marianne I said that tide Is not the first limo you and I have leaned on this sundial Sometimes It has been In the pale moonshlae when the garden was turned to salver and tho roses dew drenched filled tits air with their perfume aud sometimes wo have been hero In tho wintertime when tho snow lay deep on Iho terraces and the quaint bay trees and hedges wero all carved from purest Brian marble Al ways wo have been hero together and always we will lean together on this old dial watching the sunny hours go by Marianne lady of Kersey manor She blushed ravishingly Rut I am not Marianne lady of Kersey manor stupid she pouted You are In deed road madder than tho maddest March baroIYou may say you aro not but you aro going to be I Bald emphat haveIKersey manor since I wont to Rugby a little chap In knickerbockers and I am In love with you and two things equaling the same thing equal each other Ah you are getting too mathemat ical for me she said and ran swift f We Leaned on the SunDial If away down the preen path and 1 after her And than hogan days of uncertainty Marianne teased me and torment ed me and avoided me ohooslni any llttta Insignificant creature that was nearest her when 1 approached Hut I was Mt discouraged I had loved her too long not to feel that some day II must win Ily outIher alone In the library and boldly walked In I went to speak to yoN about a lit Ue mother of h sieees If you will deign to llntM 1 Mid Um to her back at she sat at the desk writing Oh builnosc she said coldly though her lips tremWed a bit at the cornnrs a6 though a smile woro struggling through Wall be qUlok about It I am Immontoly busy A frown puckered her delicately pencil ed brows as she leaned liar hood on hot hand to listen Its about the succession and tho property I said sitting down comfortably In the low chair busldo her Is this strictly business she asked suspiciously Strictly I answered 9t Is very Important You see Iam my aunts heir and some day Kersey manor will belong to me and do you know it doojnt IIfIf1m to me quite fair You have always boon the Lady Marianne of tho manor and you know I feel as thougn I wero doing you out of It Oh not at all said Marianne po litely halt turning back to her let ter as though she wished mo to hasten I have no claim In any way you know Well I said reflectively somehow I feel that Its not fair and I have a proposition to make I want you to keep on being the lady of Ker soy manor Oh no March bare she said That would bo doing you out of it No thanks very much but I couldnt think of accepting such n present from you Sho laughed What does Mme Qrundy layT A young lady should never accept any girt from a young man except books lowers and bonbons nnlcll8 Sho stopped suddenly and blushed adorably up to tho llttlo curls on her forehead and down to tbo collar of her frockUnless what I demanded but she laughed and blushed still more UnlessOh never mind she said I know I cried triumphantly Havent I studied Mme Orundya rules of etiquette Unless they ore engaged or married Isnt that It word for word Marianne Thats the only way out of it I said Come Marianne sweet I have never loved anyone olio but you I havo been faithful to my dream Marianne for so long and J waited for you oh ages and ages fray keep on being tho lady of Kersey The pink stole up Into her faoe again her eyes wore soft and winsome as she held out both hands to mo in sweet aurrendor Well I suppoeqI shall have to March hare she saldaJnce you In slat upon it 1 A PLEA FOB CHANGE OF VENUE ENTERED BY ACCUSEDA FAIr TRIAL IMPOSSIBLE IN NELSON Bays Judge Loving and Declares That Half the Population Is Related to Family of His Victim Lynchbitrg Va May IAt Lov Ingaton the county seat of Nelson county Judge W O Loving who for morly presided over the same court was indicted for the murder of Tnoo doro Estos n son of Sheriff Evfeea fol lowing tho alleged mistreatment ol Miss Elizabeth Loving daughter of the accused An application for a change of venue waa made by the defense on account of local conditions and this was argued for more than six hours at tho close of which tho Court ad- Journed until Wednesday morning when the decision will be handed downJudge W 11 Barksdale of the Hall fax circuit court la presiding In place of Judge Gordon who asked to bo re lieved because of personal reasons There Is no doubt but the unwritten law will be Invoked and that the case will command more attention than any ease in the Virginia courts In the past decade There seems to bo no doubt but the motion for a change of venue will be granted and It is believed tho case will bo sent to this city for trial It is alleged that there wore only 20 families living at the county seat and that one half of them wore connected with tho bates that there are only two hotels in which the jury could bo kept both operated by bitter partisans of the Kstea family and that It would bo Impossible to lock II jury up there without it being exposed to subtle Influences against him Ho believe bo Is Innocent and would bo acquitted upon a fair and full Investigation and to obtnln this was the object of the application for a change of venue A number of other affidavit were road and AIM as a portion of the record substantiating that at Judge Lov lag and showing that efforts have been made to have wltnosses for the do fense change statements that would be hopeful to tho defense The appllca tion for ball was readily granted by Judge Barkudalo and the surety In penalty of 10000 was furnished by Judge John D Horsley of this city a prominent attorney nt law and division council for the Southern Railway Co TORPEDO BLOWS CAR FROM RAILS Two Badly and a Score of Others Slightly Injured Chicago May 2GTwo men were badly injured by broken glass and a score of others suatalnod slight In juries who a street car on tho Calu net electric railway was blown from the tracks by a torpedo Tho oar was crowded with nice and In n panic that oosued many were thrown down and trampledA which found considerable credence was that the torpedo was planted with the original dselgn of blowing prospective passengers on tho gambling bout City of Traverse whoso landtag place Is about a block away the theory advanced balng that Itfrwaa planted either by religious fanatics or by rivals of the City of Traverse crowd Schooner Sunk By Lightning Pen neol4 Fla May 29 Informa lion has just reached hero from the navy yard of tho sinking there early Monday during an electrical storm of the schooner William Smith bound from Key West to rensaoola Tho ves eel was struck by lIghtnln which throw one of tho masts to the deck tore the clothing oft a member of the crew as he was hurling a box of dyna mite over board and passing down an open hatch splintered the bottom of the vessel Tho schooner sank at once the crow escaping In lifeboats The Smith was loaded with wrocklne apparatus including the box of dyna mite Found Boys Body In Pond Worcester Mug May 29 Chester It Proctor a 12yearold Fitchburg boy was reprimanded by his echool teacher for some boyish prank and as a pun Ishmotit wrote a note to his par cnts end sent him home Chester did not go home and on the edge of Put nam Pond his father found the note of reprimand from his teacher and later discovered the body of his son floating upon the water Killed One Wounded the Other Tlnwllna Wyo May 29 Believing that her husband was about to bo kill ed by his two Infuriated partners with whom he was engaged In a desperate battle with knives beer glasses and other missiles Ira Matte Ringwood shot and killed one of the men A Davis and fatally wounded Webb Stone the second The shooting oc currod In a saloon hero 102 Years Old Pana Ill May 29Dr W T Lima prominent physician hero for years celebrated the 102d anniversary of hU birth by entertaining 600 gueata at a dinner He Is haJo and hearty 500000066 Syndicate Phoenix Aria May 29 Articles of Incorporation pf the United States syndicate the capital Mock of which Is 1500000000 wore filed The pur pose of tho company in to build a rail road to connect North and South America Will Plead Guilty Washington May 29 AttorneyGen eral Bonaparte Intimated that some ol the officials of the Honduras Lottery Cos In Delewaro will soon plead gulf ty thus obviating preceedlagaatislsM t r 0 CRASHEDINTOCARKILLING PASSENGERS MOTORMAN OFTROIIEYVANISHED Frightful Collision on Line Neat Elyria Ohio In Broad Daylight Elyria 0 May 31A rearend col listen between traction cars on Middle avenue this city caused the death of four persons and the injury of 11 other some of whom may not live until morning The dead Henry Billings aged Gi yean W C Allen aged 65 years Lake Shore claim agent William Sala aged 5 years son of Rev J P Sola Ed ODonnell aged CO The insured Marguerite Butler aged 17 years one foot off and the other crushed MXbel Dean South Amherst will die Charles Porter aged 30 years will die Leslie Porter logs cut oft Emma W Wurst Elyrla will die Arthur Hoadloy Elyria both logs gone will probably dlo Mrs Les lie Carlisle one leg gone condition serious Miss Fulton Elyria legs cut off Miss Suppes logs cut ott Miss Dahn Elyrla Internal injuries George Chamberlain Perry 0 both legs gone Mrs J P Bala seriously in jured Homer Allen one foot gone and nrm broken condlton serious W 8 Awry conductor seriously Injured The two ears concerned in the ac cident ran as first and second sections of the Cleveland It Southwestern and the Columbus Wellington Cleveland cars which leave Elyria depot at C The first car was 4n charge of Motor man Warner ants Conductor Avery and the second in charge of Motorman Fro ney and Conductor Williams Crowded With Holiday Throng The first car was crowded with a holiday throng and tho second which i bad just loft tho barns was empty Tbo accident occurred In broad day light in the middle of a boulevard a mllo long without a turn in It The first car stopped at Fifth street to permit pofengcrs to alight and tho second car which was running close to It and at a high rate of speed crashed Into It from tho roar The hooT steel bumper on tho front of the roar car sheared the crowded vestibule just abovo the floor crushing the test and limbs of the victims and In man oases cutting them enUrely in two The similarity of injuries is remark able Scarcely a victim has a mark above the knee Scarcely ono but will lose at least one foot Tho scone of carnage after the wreck was sickening Foot legs and blood lay strewn with tho scattered splinters of the vestibule Only those who wore on the rear platform or in the doorway suffered Even those in tho rear seats escaped without Injury Motorman Frandu who was In charge of the rear car and who die appeared Immediately after tho wreck was oncouutred five blocks from the wreck only a few minutes after It hap polled and placed under arrest Ho Is charged with manslaughter Imme diately after the wreck Judge C G Washburn announced that n special grand jury will convene the first thing in the morning to attempt to fix the blame for the catastrophe Judo Washburns own son 5 years of age was reported at first as ono of the1 victims of tho wreck but he escaped unhurt I DECK CRUMBLING IN When Steamer Arrived In Port With Her Cargo On Fire Hamilton Bermuda May nTheBritish steamer Boniface from Galveston May 22 for Liverpool loaded with cotton and carrying nine passengers eight of whom are women arrived at Bermuda with her cargo on tire TOo flames were discovered May 26 when the vessel was 700 miles from Bermuda The hatches were battered down and the Boniface was headed for these elands cargowaswere crumbling in Fell Out of Car Window Dubuque la May 31The 5year old son of a woman named Kate Man tlnelll fell out of a car window on the Illinois Central w stbound limited running COmilos an hour between Pa osta and Epworth while hU mother was asleep and was Sound walking on the track near thero a few hours Inlet by the crew of an eastbound train Except for a slight cut cc tha hoe the boy was unhurt Schreck Won itl 21 Rounds Tonopah Nov May 31Mlkt Bchrock worn his finish battlo with Mar vln Hart In the early part of tho Slat round Harts seconds tossing up the towel In token of defeat Hart broke his light hand In the elxth Chinese Rebels Killed Canton China My 31A severe engagement has occurred botwoon the provincial troops and a body of rebels resulting in a victory for the former Tho rebels lost more than a hundred men killed and the government forces captured the rebel leMorJ Barrington Must Hang Jefferson City Mo May 31The su pronto i court declared that Lord l red rlck Seymour Barrtngton now In JjflliiilSciayton Mo shall be hanged fsaJolt 25 for the murder of J P M- oiCthe St Louts orMiulaI CHILDREN AND SERVANTS DIE IN FIRE DESTROYING THE ROTHI CHILD MANSION Heroic Governess Badly Burned But Llvee Wife of Magnate Schiffer Enveloped In Flames Long Drench June LFhe two daughters of Walter A Schlffer score tart of the United Cigar Manufactur era Co of New York city Marion aged 10 and Ruth aged 14 and two servants Mary Dllter and Tilly Mon thon were burned to death in a tire which In tho night destroyed tho handsome residence of Jacob Rothschild which Schiffer had rented In attempt ing to rescue her children Mrs Schlffci was BO severely burned as to be in a critical condition and Schlffer auf feted severe burns in fighting the fire Two guests of Mr and Mrs Schiffer B Citroen and M Brelcer were also seriously burned In jumping from a window John Irblne the butler suffered a fracture of his left arm and his back was injured Mrs Holt tho governess suffered several severe burns In trying to save the children in her care and Kate Me Murray and Josephine Hottman serv ants wore Injured by Jumping from tho windows Mr Schlffer and his two guests remained down stairs to fight tho fire while Mrs Schlffer ran upstairs to spread the alarm and to see that her children retched safety On reaching the door of the room occupied by the children Mrs Schlffer was overcome by smoke and fell Mrs Holt tho governess Tound her there and drag Bed her to a window Before she re vived tho house had become filled with smoke and in tho confusion which followed no one of the family was able to reach the room occupied by tho children Mrs Schlffer fled from the house with her clothing on tire and was rolled on tho damp zrasa of tho lawn to extinguish the blaze FOUR DIE And Several May Follow as the Result of Open Gas Pipes St Louis Mo June IThree persons were killed by asphyxiation and another was overcome In a Lawton avenue rooming house in tho night The dead are Joseph R Gabler and wile Ida Gabler and Daniel Dwyer who occupied a room adjoining that in which the Gablers slept The police found a metal cap to an unused gas pipe in Gablors room They have not determined bow it became detached from the pipe Joseph Maxwell was found dead from asphyxiation in his room in a Hogan street house Jong Jantos Is In a critical condition at tho city hos pital Ho was found Friday morning in his room in an Elm street lodging house The gas Jet was partially turned on Driver Was Intoxicated Now Orleans June 1SevoraJ sec tions of New Orleans aro under from one to four feet of water owing to heavy rains Nearly all rain water has to be pumped out of tho city streets because of the low level of the land and although big underground ditches and an expensive pumping plant has been established the rainfall Is so unprecedented that tho pumps can not handle It Shot Himself In the Head Los Angeles Cal Juno IVhlle beI ing taken to the district attorneys of flee In tho company of two of the offi cials of the Pacific Screen Co by whom ho was charged with the embez element of 2000 Thomas Molten a collector drew a revolver and shot himself In tho head Inflicting a fatal wound ills action was so quick that tho men beside him could not interfere Quake Recorded alightIearthquakemograph at the state museum The first shock came at 8 a m and the maximum disturbance at 812 L m The vibrations persisted for nearly on hour The earthquake it was stated seems to have had its origin about 3500 miles away Barrel Works Burned Tituavillo Pa June IFire broke out in the Harris barrel works burned over a section of about night acres and caused A damage of about 1 100000 The water works had boon shut down for repairs and adelay of halt aa tour In restoring pressure Is Idto have caused the large loss Boys Fate Explained BoralilJI Minn June 1WhIIt gave indications of remaining on unsolved mystery was cleared up by tbe finding of the dead body of NIckie Shepherd the 3yearold son of JoVa Shepherd of Solway who disappeared from home a week ago It is 8u d tho boy died from exposure Killed By Pitched Little Falls Minn Juno 1Wllllatie Steth 20 years old was killed by be- Ing hit In the head with a pitched hall Fell Down a Shaft Salt Lake Juno L Georg L Moats manager of tho Four Metals Mining Co was killed by falling 100 feet down a shaft at Dunwny It was two bourn before tho body was recovered as the bad air had to be pumped out of the shaft to make sofa the work of rescue We Are Not Involved Washington June IA dispatch at the state department from America consul Paddock at Amoy China says the dissatisfaction to Southern ChI a is spreading It Is sad that Amen tatercstsare not yet Involved nnn THE RUM RATION Growing Sentiment In the British Navy Against It British newspapers have recently been directing public attention to the rum ration in the navy By long es tablished custom every man In the service was supplied with his tot of rum and was supposed to be unable to do his work properly without itThrough the earnest effort of reform stoppedforthose above this ago to decline the spirit ration and accept as equivalent a small sum the government price of duty free rum Now the duty is much more than the value of the article and It Is found more profitable to draw tho rum ration and sell it at current value This Is contrary to regula tlons but it is difficult to prevent Many doubtless draw the ration because they aro enttiled to it and then because they cannot or dare not sell It drink it themselves To remedy existing evils It Is suggested that each man be allowed 2d per day In lieu of the rum ration Ad vocates of the proposed change claim that this would be a substantial In crease In the pay and would be highly popular It would result In greater economy more efficiency and better discipline than under present condl tons They also point out other najtions that formerly had this custom have abolished it with entirely beneficial results to the service and to the nation The question Is being considered by the committee appoint ed to deal with canteen and vlctuallz Ing arrangements for tho services gen orally LOSS BY DRINK One Hundred and SeventyFive Mil lion Pounds Spent Each Year Sir Thomas Whittaker M P was one of the chief speakers at the annual At Homo pf tho Keighley and District chamber of commerce held In the Temperance Institute Kelghley England recently Speaking befon tho large gathering of the commercial and tradq leaders of the district ho gave somo striking Illustrations of the large expenditure of the nation on drink He said Tho 175000000 we are now spending on intoxicants represents an enormous drain on our national resources in view of the Increasing keenness of present day competition To illustrate This same amount of money would either pay for all the flour bread milk butter cheese and eggs we consume or it would pay all the rates and taxes that we levy or if we preferred it tho amount would suffice to pay everybodys rent or railsandOur people cannot afford to throw away their money on liquor As a whole our working classes are spend ing 2s Cd in the pound on liquor No wonder we have overcrowding un derfeeding sickness poverty and In competence Invested from the age of 20 years the same expenditure would provide at the age of 60 not a pension of 6s a week but one of J3- tor life THE MAN The man who stands before a bar tad takes even a glass of lemonade rUb drunken men about him eats and finks with tho drunken and will be ilassed by those who see him with the lypocrites Christ would have you keep out of tho saloon Decreases Physical Strength It is no new principle that Dr Fere f the Blcctro hospital in France has made known In a recent article on Work and Repose but it is not the lea worth repeating Ho has made natty special experiments and an ounces as their general result that the supposed power of various al coholic and other stimulants to In crease physical and mental energy and postpone fatigue or avoid the ef fects of fatigue Is illusory There is only ono form of effective recreative repose sleep aad sleep ia order to exercise its proper power must be natural The sleep produced by alcohol or narcotics U a toxic somno lence having tho appearance only ot real roparaUvo sleep iSwiss Temperance Movement Application for a plebiscite with a view to the absolute prohibition tho manufacture import and sale of ab slntno throughout the whole of Swit zerland has recently been handed to the federal authorities of that country The petition boars 163341 signatures obtained from all parts of the country It will have to be examined by the federal council and tho federal assem bly and then submitted to the Moto of he people within a year r oeooooooooooooooooeoooeooeooeoeoQ i East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else i 0 ootrei mlioct publiihed nnlett iljaed In tnU by the writer The same p 8Isnot for publication but u as ertdtsce of cood faith Write plainly D 000oeoeoo0800000U Commencement tiny le n final time to renew your mibtcrtjitlon for The OltUen In The Citizen ofllce or In the tooth scar tlieTnliernnclrJACKSON COUNTY HUIILBY May 31Qulto a rain and thundor storm visited this section Saturday evening Mr and Mrs John P Gob bard of Sand Lick visited Mr Gab bards parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard Sr Saturday and Sunday last and also visited Mr Gabbards sister Mrs Susan J Johnson who Is very slokMr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr went to Egypt Monday to buy a farm near Mrs Hurleys parents They will movo to It this fallMrs Palestine Gabbard has been on the sick list for several days Amos McCollum visited his sister Mrs Olllo Calllhan near Doublellck Saturday Married on the 23rd of May Woodford Turner of this place to Miss Cardle May Summers of Laur of the bride hapP1andbard Is very poorly His recovery doubtful Wiley Roberts of this place attended the Turner and Sum I meta Infare at MInatree Turners last Friday and enjoyed q good dinner and reports a nice time Loula and Travis Gabbard of near Waneta visited their grandfather and mother Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard of this place Saturday and Sunday last Jack Lake of near Loam visited his daugh ter Mrs Dave Gabbard of this place Monday night and went to McKee on Tuesday to have his eyes treated Nannlo Gabbard willattend the Com mencement Day at Berea June the 6th and also several others from this place Mr and Mrs Dan Marrls of Birch Lick visited the sick folks of tills community Tuesday last SAND GAP I May 27Farmers are very busy In this vicinity James Williams says his bushel and onehalf sweet pota toes are doing nicely Many attend ed church at this place Saturday and Sunday Saturday services have beep changed from 1100 a m to 300 p m Drummer Lear Valentine gave the merchants of this vicinity a call last week Some say his name does not suit him James Durham di- d4not go to M ayne as he Intended Ho topped at Berea to take In the Mountain Congress and while there his goods came In He reports the Mountain Jon cress to be n grand affair Mr Jesse Hobbs of Valley View is visiting his parents of Hobbs Territory C S Durham has his orIderedham went to Berea Thursday on Iness1IIr and Mrs Green Isaacs of Wind Cave visited their daughter Mrs E E Durham last weekMag gle Durham was shopping at J W Abramss SaturdayThe family of John Durham has measles Rev Wm Powell and wife attended church at this place SundaySherman Durham and wife pf Crooked Lane visited rel atives at Noahs Ark Saturday night and SundayMrs L N McGuire of High Top visited Mr and Mrs J R Durham of Ft Riddle SaturdayMr Dillard Durham and family of Pine Grove paused thru here Saturday en route to Dog Trot to visit friends Mr and Mrs Green Isaacs took din ner with Mr and Mrs J R Durham SaturdayMrs Mlllard Clemmon t f Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs James Mooro of Creek Bend Woodson Barckley of Red House Ky attended church at this place Sun day and stayed over night at the home of J R Durham May 3LCrops In this vicinity are doing nicely considering such cool and rainy weatherMr Isaac Hobbs has the earliest corn of any one in this neighborhood He says he thinks he will have some June roasting cars Mr and Mrs David Durham of Crooked Lane visited Mr and Mrs John Johnson of WarfIeld Sunday Minnie and Mary Johnson were the guests of Mollie and Flora Durham Sunday night J P Isaacs of WJnd Cave and Jas Durham of this place contemplate visiting the Jamestown Exposition sometime during month of June Lillian Russell of Clover Bottom was shopping at A P Gab f bards store ThursdayMr Dooley of London passed thru here Wednos day rea route to Leighton Ky to attend AssodJratlonr reportsaBH Gabbard Is pone on a drumming tour Maggie Durham went to A P MrGabbardof dry goods David and Sherman Durham ratted their cribs Thursday and shot choked drowned and ran I to death twentysix rats Mr Henry c UWUUUUUUUUUUUUI daughter Mrs Lucy Durham of Nar row Flat Nathan Pearsox and wife are planning to visit Mrs Pearsons brother Franklin Clemmons of Den ver Colorado and will probably visit tho Exposition at Jamestown Va Mr and Mrs J R Durham con templato attending Commencement at DorenE E Durham was hunting sheep on Dry Fork Wednesday OKAY HAWK June LG W TIneher and family visited J H Tlncher Thursday last All went fishing but had little sue cess W R Engle and wife were the welcome guests of L J Robertson Sunday lastThe boys had n shooting match today near here They all say they had a nice tlmeMr Morgan Neeley and J D Robertson are haul Ing hay for W n Ungle today We I had a Joyful meeting at the Judd Schoolhouse Sunday and a fine sprmo was preached by Joseph Dixon Wo have a nice tide In Laurel Fork River today Wo are hoping for a new review for a new rood from David Hel lards on Laurel Fork to W R Eng les store FOXTOWN Juno IMr TK Baker and Dr Baker passed thru hero a few days ago They are working for a life in suranco company Thonws Lakes of this place went to McKee last Friday on business Rev James Creech preached to a large congre gation at Sand Spring May 24th He will baptize about fifteen or twenty persons at Andy Harrisons Juno 2 Wagers Cox Co are buying timber in our neighborhood this weokN J Coylo recently purchased a fine lot of timber of Harvey Parsons and Robert Harrison on South Fork Creek Mrs Sarah Baker visited her mother Mrs Polly Fox last Sunday also Mrs Martha Lakes W M Lakes sold fifty trees to tho Cincin nati Cooperage Company for 1126 per tree KEIUJV KNOll June 3Some of the farmers hero are not thru planting corn and cane etlIIrs Lucy Dean is seriously ill at her fathers Mr John SmlthJwher she and her family have been visiting since Friday Mr and Mrs John Durhams baby Is sick with measles A large crowd attended church at Grosses Spring Sunday where funer al services wefe heldMr Will Jones and family visited friends and rela tives hero a few days ago Their daughter Mlna is quite poorly but visited with them They returned home Monday accompanied by Myrtle Click who will visit at Dreyfus and Brassfleld for a short time Most everyone in this vicinity is planning to attend Commencement at Berea Wednesday Mrs Nora Johnson had a nice gang of young turkeys killed Saturday nleht by what she supposed to be a weasel Mrs James Click and daughter Mrs George Johnson visited Mrs Laura Hays of Clover Bottom Saturday Dr and Mrs Baker have been visiting his parents at Panola for the pa- stweekarts the many times artstha week Messrs D M and Henry Cllcwk and family visited Mr James Click and family visited Mr James Mrs John Powell visited Mr and Mrs Walter Williams Saturday night and Sunday HUGH June 2Mr Robert Hale pprchased n yoke of calves from Tom Azbill for 3760Miss Oracle Parks was in Berca SaturdayMr Vernon Ely of this place who Is attending school at Berea came home Saturday visiting accompanied by one of the students Miss Elinor Williams was the guest of Gertie Abrams Stndav Miss Samantha Fish of DArt wiw the guest of Miss Oracle Parks Saturday night Mrs Alice Bengo and daughter were at Mrs Joe Reecos Saturday warp ingMrs Almer Watson of Berea was the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Hale Thursday Mrs Beatrice Hale was at Kerby Knob Thursday Mr Wilson the drummer passed thru this vicinity Thursday afternoon Several of this place are planning to go to the Commencement Wednesday Mr D n Snndlinir nl Red thru here last weecIr W R Benge R I Hale and G M Ben so made a busi ness trip to Estill on Saturday are having very bad weather on fowls Mr R I Hale has about lOt the road worked out The Sunda school pupils of this placo went s awberry hunting Sunday afternoonand all re ported a pleasant time- EviinaREEN I Juno Lour now Sunday school at Lone Oak is doing flneTo hauling Is the dally news in this vlclnltyMr- Amos McCoHum dug four pounds of yellow root in one patch in W H Isaacs field Saturday evening Will Beck says this rainy weather Just suits him It keeps his mustard tend er Elbert Lake Is the first man over his corn in this vicinity Born to Mr and Mrs T E Jones a flue boy on tho 27thMr T M Lake called at Dave Hollards Sunday OLIN May 3SWo aro having some nice weather at present and people are all busy working corn Quito a largo crowd Of young people of this place attended church at Friendship Sunday M 18808 Ida and Cora King of this placo visited their friend Mite SundayBornIboy on tho 13thMr rr lie Modlock of this place visited Mrs Medlocks parents Mr and Mrs Sid Bowling of Furrel Saturday night Miss Etta Medlock was tho guest of her cousin Miss Donia Medlook of Annvillo Saturday night Mr and Mrs D R King of Olin visited their daughter Mrs Arch Allen Sunday Miss Ida King was the guest of her grandfather and grandmother Mr and Mrs Dan R Ming Monday evening Miss Dora Simpson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Dan Farris of East Bernstadt returned to her homo near this place Sunday Mr John Baker of this place and Mr Charley Camel of Orpha started to Hamilton Ohio this morning CLOVER JlOTTtm May 30Jaok Frost Mid us a vis- It Sunday night and found potatoes and bunch beans unklvercd We lire glad to bo ablo to say there is no sick noss in our community at present Miss Annie Powell and others of this neighborhood attended the May teachers examination at MaKeo and report the hardest examination they ever entered Doland Baker the seventeenyear old son of Jas Baker who left homg last November lias been heard from at last Ho is em ployed on a farm near Paris Ky D M Clicks family entertained quito a number of friends from Beroa last Sunday Among them were Dr and Mrs Cowley Rev and Mrs Hudson and Dr and Mrs Thomson D M Click visited relatives at Double Lick Monday nlghtrMrs William Jones of Dreyfus and MrS Jamea Click of Kerby Knob visited at Isaac Deans Sunday AJfNVILtK- May 27We have had a series of meetings here conducted by Rev Jas Brewer of Corbin and Ablo Gabbard of Parrott R A Johnson the hus tling drummer and the youngest one in this part is on a trip In the moun talnsMr Jackson Marrls of Wash ington D C was visiting relatives and friends here a few days last week Miss Sarah Johnson of Moores i Creek attended church here yesterday Wm leases the hardware drummer Is at home for n few days ret Our Sunday school is progressing very nicely with Mrs Mollle Webb ar the superintendent Mlts Lizzie Johnson visited Miss Sarah Johnson on last Thursday Walter Medlock one of the drummers in Annvllle started on I a trip today Roy Akeman and Thos Medlock will start to Hamilton Ohio In a few daysCrops are very back ward for the time of the yearThereI is a good deal of sickness at presentMr and Mrs Tate of Somerset are visiting friends hero this weekoscar Rader sold his fine saddle horse to a traveling man for a good price Joe Johnson and Marton Holcomb returned from Brcathltt county with a largo drove of sheep and cattle Mrs Nancy A Johnson went to McKee today on business Miss Lizzie Chestnut of Welchburg visited Miss MaiJle Medlock Sunday A crowd from here are contemplat ing going to Berea Commencement Mr Letcher Houso of Cassia visited friends here Sunday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY iiocicionu May 2SWe are having some cold weather nowMr T R Robinson of Louisvlllo was in this vicinity tho first of tho week Mr and Mrs II E Bullen were at J W ToddB Sun day Little Everett Todd is very sick at present There was preach ing at Macedonia last Saturday and Sunday with two additions totbe church Quite a large crowd was present Next Saturday and Saturday night and Sunday there will bo preaching at Scaffold Cane also at Clear Creek Mr and Mrs D O Waddle have rented ono of Jj W Todds houses which they wiltenter soon ESTILL COUNTY vtalItsvzLLE Juno L Mrs Jeff Wagers returned Monday after a two weeks visit with her son Mr J S Wagers Mrs Jonah Wagers and daughter Nettle were in Richmond the first of the week Mrs Joe Kidwell vis ited her sister Miss Laura Rogers on Doe Creek who has been very sick for quite a while Mr and Mrs Ed Edwards are the proud par eats of a fIne girl Miss Nettle Wag ers was the guest of the Misses Scriv nor SundayA C Wilson and Millard Harris attended Church at Sta tion Camp Sunday Misses Kathryn and Nettlo Wagers and Mr Willie Wilson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charley Murphy Saturday night Miss Maudo Park1 was tho guest ot Miss Flora Arvlno Sunday Mosdamos A B and J B Kelley are visiting In Richmond and Heron tills week Hume Wagers wont to Richmond on Friday on business LOOtS IlllANOII- fMay 27 The Sunday school Is do Ing nicelyThere was a largo attend ance yesterday Several from Knob Lick attended Misses Ilattlo John son Rhoda Laud Alice Rovli Frank le Boris Lllllo Kolloy May anti Sal Ho Kindred and Masers John W Brble and Ray Blaknoll Melvin Shan non ahd Norman Kindred all attend ed Sunday school at Knob Lick lout Sunday Several of this place are planning attending Commencement at BcroanJ W Patrick is building J M Kindreds store house Mr and Mrs Jamos Blcknell have christened their daughter Rlonilr and Mrs Jeff Gentry are rejoicing over tho ar rival of a seven pound daughter the 18th Mr Walter Richardson and daughter Hattie B Miss Lena Dick noel and Willie Gentry visited Mr Richardsons daughter Mrs Daisy Webb near White Hall Ky Satur day night and Sunday GARRARD COUNTY TVALtAOBTOJC June 2owlllg to the dry weather farmers were delayed tome In farm Ing but the rata which fell last Fri day night was welcomed by all tomato setting Is tho go here now Mr and Mrs George Tisdale Jr of this place visited their son Walter of Whites Station last week Tom Eden Is breaking a young horse of It H SopersG E Drockman and family was the guest of n It Sopor and family Sunday May 2GSteo Hollln son of Isaac Hollln near Cartorsvllle died last Tuesday at his fathers homo MM Fannlo Brock man is on the sick list The wooding of Mr Duster Carter and Miss Lucy Brewer was solemnlwd the XHh day of May by Rev Thee Smith at Rev Smiths homo near Waltecwton Mr Carter is a suecMsful young miller of near Cartewvlllo aad the bride Is a promising young school toucher of the same place We wish them a long and happy life Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at Wallaeeton Bap tist Church Everybody weieomeMr- Guyn is now doing tewlwm In his new store at Walloeelon It II iofer and family were the guests of Q B Brockraan and family last Sunday The creamery at Paint Lick la doing business now We wrath them nreeh suoeese D S Botkin has sweet potato slips for sateR H Sorters baby is on the sick list this week PULASKI COUNTY lItTO rII1Y 27 Most farmers are thnl planting corn and several have finish ed plowing over the first unJ Chlldors of Bloso Ky bought a fine 3year old mare mule IB hands high of Thomas Head for 1BOOO The home of Mr George Haram ii darkened by the loss of n son nnd a daughter taken by tho dread con llmpa tion within a week Robert and Dee Hamm were model young people and patiently bore suffering for months and when the death angel called they were ready to go Robert passed away on the 19th and flee on the 2Ctb inst They were laid to rest at Mt Pleas ant The bereaved family have our nympathy Louisa McKinney Is very low with dyspepsia and malaria Tho basket dinner in Africa Sunday was ver1nonthis part heard the excellent sermon of Brother Cokers at Flat Lick Sun day The families of M E Burton and J J Purcell visited A J Bak ors SundayDccoratlon at the Me Quary Cemetery last Saturday was well attended LEE COUNTY IIAxrouu- May 2STho firm of E R Spotts wood Is doing a running business lie is running two dinkey trains W F Cecil Is the engineer on ono and Curt Durbin on tho other The side wall of the store fell thru for M D Wall who Is clerk at Spoils woods and all the feed and flour fell thru Mr Wall was white from his head to his feetThere will be a short line of railroad laid from Hei del berg upf Duck Fork of Sturgeon Creek Mr Sam Young had a party at his house the other night and all tho boys and girls report a tine time Mr and Mrs Charley McGuIro who have been attcm fo funeral of Mr McQulros mother returned Thurs day Mrs McGuIro died at Lexington and was burled at Beattyvllle She was a good Christian woman and leaves a family of eight children soy en boys and one girl to mourn her loss I llinillA Till PKOfMiS COTLVGK Continued from rage OueJ at tho boarding hall etc But no stu deut Is over required tu work more than seven hours a wcnk unless he dgalros Most of our students do desire to work more than this and every stu dent Is paid for his labor according to what it Is worth In this way stu dents earn several thousand dollars every year Hvory student earns more orloes Tho result is that while tho students expenses are low than at other schools with similar advan tages these law expenses are fttlll fur OPltOfaIearn more Important than tho earning is the train- Ing in tho various Industries which the student receives Many a young man comes to Be rca able to earn only about forty or fifty cents a day and loaves at the end of tho year able to earn two or three times that mush It should always be remembered that llama is really a group of schools Thero are six different departments each ono adapted in the brat manner to tho needs of certain students and each giving the very boat education of its kind At the top stands tho Collegiate D Apartment which takes rank with the foremost colleges in the land and of fore three long courses of study the Classical tho Scientific and tho Lit ryNext comes the Academy which pro pares young people for Collene or gives thorn a shorter preparation for life Tho Academy courses aro from two to four years In length as fol lows Preparatory to College two three or four years BnRlUh Course two years Business Course two years Applied Science Course In nursing household management printing agriculture carpentry and machine work two years Perhaps the most Important dopart meat at the present time ls the Nor mal which trains young men and young women In the profession of teaching offering courses three or four years In length which prepare students for state certificates and diplomas and what Is lUll more im portant gives them actual power and knack and efficiency In the work of Instruction and In school management For students lees advanced two de partments are open the Model Schools Industrial and tho Model Schoola Preparatory In the Model Schools In dustrial one takes book studies half the time and devotes the other halt to learning some trade or gainful art by which he may Increase his earn ing power In the Model Schools Pro paratory he gives nearly all his time to book studies preparing himself to outer the Academy or the Normal De partment All atudeNta In UM dodell Schools have the benefit of UIMe work tool work music drawing and other general advantage the same M the College students For further partloulara write to the Secretary Mr Will O Gamble Beroa Kentucky A Ploa for Mountain Sunday SchoolsJackson Ky May CI Editor Tho Citizen flares Kyst I with to make n plea for this mountain section ot Konlueky Va cation Is coming on n1 tram Doran Collogo will go hundred of young men and women back to their mountain homes somo t adtle down who will bo an uplifting factor In their community others to JtIirn at tho end of three months nnd still go higher Thoso young men and women can do a groat work among their own people in starting up Sunday sehools wherever they go There are thou sands of our boys and girls who have never been Inside of n Rtpdov school because there is none to po to Obi the great need of r necrat d young men and women who are willing to go back to their own loved ones and tell them tho sweet story of old and teach their brothers and sisters of the love of their Savior that they In turn may tell it to others I know of no greater work that can bo done in this section of the mountains than tho starting of Sunday schools on every hill top and In every valley and Instead of letting our children grow up with pistols In their pockets let us replace them by Bibles and then Instead of murder brewing In a hip pocket lovo of fellow man will flow out from the l heart Pistol aided by whiskey hr caused moro tragedies and sorr hero than all other agencies cc I blncd I- So I would mako a plea that the t who will return to their homes wr start a Sunday school In their COIn munlty thus helping In a work thin Is so much needed Thero are two o us working In a section where thorny ought to be four hundred Pundaj schools when there ar + abntr twenty five now If there ar any who would bo willing to do Uite work I will help them in any way that I can either by helping them to organize or by seeing that they were supplied with literature for Uin school I will bo In flares Commencement and will be glad to talk W ar nun who Is interested in this VdrkYours sincerely PAUL DKIlTHiriC itAfterwhlto brOAd will not sustain life anti fMaryyears on bread and milk and dies the ago of 106 dying at llst with atiphysical development like that of a young woman Hut no broad and milk fad will result its too Inexpensive Scot Free Ifromthis tome comes from the old Eng llih word sceot meaning R portion of tribute or taxation and It It itlll lu uo In the Scandinavian languages to signify treasure In modern Fn iish however It occurs In only two cxpre stone tho legal phrase to pay in and lot and the ordinary word sootfrcaTho Sunday Magazine Another Charge Against Motor Cart MldSunox farmers hare added another count to tho Indictment of mo toriiU with regard to the dust nui mace They say that owing to the dust raised by motor ears It now takes a man two days to out an acre of grail as tho scythe has to ba sharpened mere frequently Before motor traffic WAI general It U stated this work was done In ono dayLon don Dally Mall + Englishmen For Style Just as there Is only ono fashion for women the Paris fashion to there It only ono fashion for men the Lon don fashion This It just because no dross It more quiet practical and good form than that of the EnglltW man whether ho bo of tho highest or the lowest class ZIotung Frankfort Remarkable Child There It living at Recite near lerInamfeuco a ehltd of the and a balffyears of ale who la four feet inches in height and who boasts a mustache and r deep bass votes Hit Loving Forethought My dear moihHRlaw I have such groat regard for you that I have had a telephone put up In your house so that you need not trouble to come and see ut so often Meggemlorfcr Blatter C F HANSOMLIC- ENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to D H Robinson es All cll pWBiptly titndelt to night add c Telephone JJo 4 lterw17 Dr W Ge BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST KYOveromen hours from 8 too CUT 1liuiiH 13 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoforroe HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Oalre over Tout Ofltev Dinne sits Vtarnlioute writ of Depot Steel Roofing Cheaper Than v6rIEaves Trough yj loss thim Old I 111IHtI1IIttlltihllitt1I41fFl11i11iII I I I 11IIltiIII J I OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 1 Ontrnl Avenu nml Court Street Cincinnati Ohio Iyl This college was organized In 1810 and tho 02nd Annual I Session begins October let 1007 This Is tho first Dental Col t logo established in tho West It is coeducational nnd hns a teachingcorps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern I andadapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Full Courses in clinical instruction are also given For information and announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 110 Garfield Placo Cincinnati Ohio ot III 111111111 f I FttIIIt1I11II +H IllfoIlI +IV I II11tN- e