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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 PRESIDENTS OFFICE HE1HEA KY X I VIIOoeoOOoeoIiOIlOOott uiGv 8 UREA PUBLISHING COa O IMOOKrOKATKIt e- o E ALBERT eeeKrheMasai- M r i io o EakrtdallMJbrlafea4Aemrryuead o daM maUtinUtr II- OIlOIlOOIlOllolloeoaoaOIlOOOIlO o I IX Five cents copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCtft JULY 41U07 One Dollar a year No3 NEWS OF THE WE New Officers for Loulivllle are Appointed by Gay Deckham Colorei Man Wins Prizes at Harvard Unl verlltyFamo Temperance Lecturer Is Dead Last Thursday June 27 Robert W Bingham County Attorney Ot Jeffer son county Will appointed Mayor qf Louisville by Governor Beckham to take the place of Mayor Oarth whoso election was decided Illegal by the Kentucky Court ot Appeals a few weeks ago Bingham has made a fine reputation ai county attorney for en forcement ot law and enemy to nil graft Immediately titter being sworn In last Saturday ho gave orders to the police tho Sunday closing law was to be fully enforced and the report Monday are the saloons in Louisville have never before been closed so tight on Sunday A tow who failed to keep the law were ar rested and it Is likely that their II oonsca will be taken from thorn Roosevelt tint attracted general pub tic notice by enforcing the Sunday closing law In New York City Got Folk ot MlHourl became famous as lawyer fighting grafters and then ill ix governor enforcing law particu larly against the saloon Ulughnm is r on the road to success and fame it he enforces tho law and servo the whole people insteall ot tho grafter On Saturday Judfo Ucoklmm made his wound npjwlulmenl that of Wal ter 1 Lincoln na County Judge The negro II every day proving that he Mil do just as good work in almost any lino M the white man Alain LeRoy Locke a colored man won two great honor in Harvard Unl venlty this year the Rhode scholar Ihlp whleh give hint two years ot study in the famous University of Qx ford England and the first prize oi 20 In the Uowdoln literary competi lion for his osaay on Tennyson Pranuli Murphy the famous tempo ant lecturer died In Loin Angeles Cal on Juno 30th It is said that he persuaded ten million people to sign the pledge not tu drInk Utexlealin liquor Yale University won the annual boat race with Harvard In a very closet cante1 test Thursday U 11 Harrl man the Railroad King was arrested for getting on the course with his launoh and his boat was tied up Former United States Senator E U Carmaok said last Sunday Stainless Flag Day people now well j on in life will live to see the saloon lt outlawed In every state in the Union TH13 CITIZEN Win Gomlrll Yrw11M1LxD I PRESIDENT fROST HONORED AT HARVARD AMERICAS OLDEST UNIVERSITY MAKES HIM DOCTOR OF DIVINITY We see too little ot President Frost In Berea and too little of him In Ken speaksIU a bighearted and brainy man lie has just received a public honor which shows that we make no mistake in our admiration or our lovo fpr him Harvard University the oldest and moat amour institution of learning In America has the custom of giving what are called honorary degrees to a few very eminent mon each year- I Those degrees are highly prlzetl and greatly valued Roosqvolt and other Presidents of the United States have made the Journey to Cambridge to rec- eIve a Harvard degree This year President Frost was invited to attend the Harvard Com mencement and receive the degree of Doctor of Divinity In conferring the honor President Eliot characterized j President Frost as a scholar by nature and an heroic educational mis i slonary s e f +oA st QUARTERLY REPORT- OF THE d BEREA BANK TRUST CO- at the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESQTJKCES Loans and Discounts s 16027821 Overdrafts v 338662 Due from other banks 2660500v Two Banking Houses and Lotsw 1818762 I Currency and Specie 1096956 Furniture and Fixtures 660487 Current Expenses 3 10346 g f Interest Paid to Depositors 595 18 Total Resources 22973052r 0 LIABILITIES Capital Stock H I 5000000 Surplus Fund 767237 Undivided Profits698095Depo- sits 1 16480830 tCertified Checks a20100Cash-iers Checks outstanding 6790 Total Liabilities 22973052 i 1 T STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 tCounty ol Madison J W IL Porter Cashier of the Bern flank and Trust Company a flank located and doing buil net la the town ol Berea In said county being duly worn says the foregoing report bin all respects a true statement of the condition of said flank at the close ol bust ness on the Mlh day tlf Juno 1WT to the best olhli knowledge unit belief and further says that the buslneuol said Hani baa been transacted at the location named lid rot elsewhere and that the above report U made In compliance with an official notice re wired from the Secretary ot State dnizsittng the 2flhdayosJune 1907 u the day on which ouch report shill be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W B Porter the 2d day ot July 1907 w J M EARLY NoUry Public WH PORTER Cashier CSAS BURDETTE plrector J J W DINSMORE Director = E 0V PISH Director Iij v aaI r nl t t t t t IIfc S The full significance of this hbno for a Kentucky man appears when we notice the other men who had like recognition from Harvard at the same timePresident Woodrow Wilson of Princeton Blihu Root Secretary 6t State James Bryce Ambassador Iron Es 1An1ete Be Jaeollogc and the state ot Ken lucky mays vreir feel proud tIT han their friend and representative classes with men of worldwide fame like thesePresident Frost has labored tor Berea College fifteen years and ho may give seventeen more years of ser vice before retiring at the age of sgv cnty He is now twice a Doctor ot Divinity as well as Doctor of Philos ophy and Master ot Arts But he does not like to be called doctor pre to Ting the plain title President as the mountain people pronounce it with the accent on tho last syllable That describes my business he says President Frost Is like Farmer Drdwn The Boston Herald comments rat follows What a multiracial and deserving group ot foreign men of distinction received Harvards coveted degrees yesterday I Bryce the historian and the student ot comparative political Institutions as well as British am bassador M Jusscrand ot high re puts as a student of English litera ture as well as Frances messenger of good will from republic to republic the Duke of Abruzzl explorer and scientist as as cousin of Italys king Vlnogradoff Russian student ot comparative law and professor at Oxford University Henry Arthur Jones a distinguished and successful English dramatist and Theodore Barth veteran Journalist and cham pion ot Liberalism in Germany these are uncommon men Nor were the Americans who were honored all of one sort or less worthy of honor Ellhu Root the able diplomat and Jurist and messen ger of amity to Lntln America Woodrow Wilson historian essay tat mediator between North and South and an educator recalling men to humanistic Ideals Ford statisti clan and economist Nash a preacher and teacher of a theology suited to the age Frost the self sacriflclpg erudite and brilliant scholar In the border states and Kittredge educator in the history and literature of our mother tonguethese also are men of diverse callings and attainments but all men of eminence A list of names like these together with their honors Justifies the custom of degree conferring by a university It reveals restraint si to number dis crimination as to worth and catholi city of spirit The Letcher County News of Juno 21st warmly commends L D Lewis Republican candidate for Judge in the 33rd district1 The same paper announces L Vfc Fields andJ T Walker eto i6MB i6r UK SuMJteufooin ittnjt dUtrlcila daR Jp5ia lids rfsgoixi tHE FOURTH OF JULY SHOULD MEAN SELFRULE One hundred and thirtyone years ago today the American Congress declared that Americans were theEnglishwho live together must have some government soongthem die or make slaves of them Was it wise to say KingGeorge atdlIWhat is necessary in order that Americans may rule themselves better than King George or any other Ring could rule them They must choose honest efficient statesmen for their public offices A statesman is one whose trade it is to help in the government of nations An honest statesman is one who will do all he can to make good laws and compel all the people rich and poor to obey the laws An efficient statesman is one who has learned his trade so that he can do his work well Political parties are necessary to a government of the people they are useful in many ways but theyare also dangerous in some ways A political party is a company of people who join together to get their candidates into Office When the candidates of tHe Republican party are honest efficient statesmen then it will be good for the country to have the Republican will be dangerous for the country to have that party win no matter what it or does about the tariff The loyal Republican then must first do all he can to see that the Republican candidates fdr office are all honest efficient statesmen A man may belong to the party and be a good talker and a kind neighbor without being in any way fit for public office But after you have done all you can to get the right sort of men for candidates perhaps you will find the politicians have been ahead of you and put the wrong sort of men on the ticket A politician is a man who gets his money by helping to elect or defeat candidates for office With him the only question is How can I win in this game If heytitiks he can make more money by helping elect the wrong sort of men he will do it As a good citizen then I must make it worthwhile for the politician to help elect only honest efficient statesmen The best way to do this is to vote only for honest and efficient statesmenif they belong to my party well and good if not vote for them anyway The next time the politicians of my party will know that they must work only such men or they will lose their game When the people elect honest efficient states men to office they are ruling themselves well when they do not they might better be under the ruleof a crazy English king for they cannot rule themselves at all VtILLSONSWONOSAccepting enor of KentucVy Stands Not Only for Republicans But theWhole State In his speech accepting the nomina tion for Governor at the Republican State Convention Augustus E Willson spoke as follbws x Mr Chairman and Ladles and Gen tlemen and Delegates of the RepubU1 can Party of Kentucky In Convention Assembled I cannot express to you the feeling ot deep gratitude that has come to me at this expression ot confidence and kindness It Is to me the voice ot the people calling to a sa cred duty H Is received by me as a sacred duty to my country to Ken tucky and to all the people I shall do what I can to repay the trust that you have reposed In mo My heart Is so full that my head Is not clear Laughter and cheers You know how It Is yourself Every good Re publican can put himself in my place and fedl just as I feel and feel just as helpless to tell the rest of us about It Every one would have the same trou ble But while It has swelled my heart lsAY reverently It has not swelled my head Laughter No man can feel a sacred duty like this with any feeling but that of serious responsibilityHere great people aa warm hearted as Independent us courageous as splendid a people as there Is on the taco of the earth and this people las had Its public affaIr come In to a condition that discourages the people and hurts the glorious name ot our great State and we have come together to begin here tonight the work which shall make a change In Kentucky and shall once more put Kentucky at the very head A train was going by I am not going to try to speak against that train ThattrJinte only one blithe myriads of trains thatleategals Idle ufcutttt to land Ira through the great web of i I TIo Oe IIOOIIOSII leek ter Tko HOseot lda- OS o 0o10o0 esuroeoaoeoeossoteoeasoeuoeb Vol A that that a that well your business under the prosperity brought upon the greatest country on earth Applause There are thousands ol thoso trains and more of them them The Republican ticket is for those trains and more of them Laughter and applause We begin tonight a campaign that Is not Intended the engine here created more noise I take It that engineer has heard the news Applause 1 started to say that our mission is not to Increase the bitterness and ri valry of party differences It Is to start a feeling through all Kentucky of kindness and to accentuate the fact that we are brothers that the great majority ot our people in both parties believe In a square deal and believe In honest management of the public interests are patriotic love their country love their State but every once in awhile it comes to pass that the management of the controll ing party in any State becomes unsat isfactory to the people it becomes Illbecomespeople We have been through that In Kentucky until at last you have lost free and equal elections for Re publicans but the Democrats the honest Democrats have come to the point that they have lost their Liberties Just as really as the opposing partyMy brothers we have come together not merely in the Interest ot the Republicans but we come to free all the people Democrats and Republicans alike Applause I sometimes feel that white I am moving forward sur rounded by UN affection and friendship and cheers of Republicans that I am in a better sense perhaps a missionary- to the Democrats who are oppressed- by the law They first began by cheat- Ing in party elections and then finding the rewards that came from It pro ceeded to swindle Democrats worse Jthan they swindled the Republicans I am not here tonight to make a mere WE Y 0the ex 1lb CMlLuue4oAtlt jJ rl 4o p 4 THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of the Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak ers and Writers 6S Emptiness is not innocence Worship is Independent of walls True religion is the root of all re form Ip Triumph is a matter of simply try- Ing again The heights are never scaled by the toploftyThe sermon makes the slothful saint t You cannot fire the hearts of men with frozen sermons 1 You lose sense as soon as you Ig nore all sentiment Polishing the head alone often par alyzes the heart The church that lifts the fallen nor er need fear failure The ear ready for slander makes the lips ready to slay The greatest shame of all Is to feel none at things Unworthy A man Is not sound in life because he has much sound on his lips The church will not make a new world until it is ready to mix with the old one The pulpit often mistakes ufo thun der for the shower of blessing You may climb fools hill in an auto but you will not reach the top any earlier The greater the selfconsciousness of the fool the less his consciousness of his true self There is little danger in the dis content with condition that is equaled by the discontent with character The creed that bases righteousness on a legal fiction will produce only a fictitious righteousness You cannot give a man much light by throwing knowledge at him in such a way that he sees stars Chicago Tribune Chief Contents of This Number 4rAGE ONE News of The Week President Frost Honored Wtlliona Speech of Acceptance Editorial The Forth of July Thine to Think Of- PAOE TWO SerialThe House of a Thousand Candles Live Stock PAGE THREE Iterea unit Vicinity Take Notice College Items i PAGE FOUU CommentScience Higher Education Ily lion James Brjrce The Devil of Evil Speech tVomani Note Not Need By 31n Got ernbr Hughei The Story of tuck and Bride Temperance Notes PAGE FIVE Where Flies Old Glory The Sunday School Lesson pAOE SIX The Home Fun for Children By Hrs lUll The School Problem of the District School by Prof Ilnmore The Farm The Hob onld u Latest Market Report PAGE SEVEN Rickey Finn Dig Firecracker Ilecent State News PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence NATIONAL SPEAKERS IN KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN I Willson Tells The Citizen of His PlansYThe following Is an extract from a letter of lIon Augustus E Willson to The Citizen under date of June 26th 1907 I shall be very anxious for yourRpaper to have full reports of the campaign and as far as it is In my power will take pains to see toit The campaign will begin some time in July and will continue without Interruption to the election day Mr John Maynard Harlan son of Mr Justice John M Harlan hopes to be i with me in part ot the canvass and the VIcePresident of the United States Mr Fairbanks has Just writu ten me that he will do anything ho can to help I hope that means an address or two from him in Kentucky and we shall ask Mr Secretary raft Senator Foraker Speaker Cannon and other great Republicans to help us in our campaignYours truly- Augustul E Wlllson When Women Were Publicly Sold Says the London Times ot May 180S A decently dressed womaa was last Right brought out Into Smith field for sale but the brutal conduct of the bidders ladaced the man who was 6r pretended to be her husbaad to refuse to sell her oa which a scene of riot and confusion highly I Itepraeeful to our police took place TQ J h t t 4y a A p t i ZTOJVTSPATTCTl ljATea UIM lie Nrrtr trIm t-bneewhNbr P dlred N hirma or blbll+ I uberlbr lItr 1b1Tba cowtt IIa dehdd thai rtfutinf tottktntwt- Mri1 u4 r rt lle U from th pot ln I IIUIbmanlulidrer U ITlm raJM LRrwTIOxAb raVD THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailktr 1 THE MAIN CfUNCe ZELDA DAMIOM tic Copjrlcbt III DbbnrrtuM CHAPTER XVII Contnued There was a sound of mirth and scampering feet In the hall abovo and then down tho steps between tho line of guests arrested in their descent came a dark laughing slrlln the garb of Little Red Riding Hood amid gee eral applause and laughter Its Olivia She won tho wager exclaimed the spectacled gentleman and the girl whose dark cUlls were 1 shokcn about her face ran up to as and threw her arms abqut htm dud kissed him It was a charming pic ture tho figures on the stairway the t pretty firncefu child the eager happy faces all about I was too interested in the scene to be uncomfortable Then at tho top of tho stair hot height accentuated by her gown of white stood Marian Dcvoreux hesi an ere ablrd pause before taking wing and then laughingly whoreiTo tho charm of thglrl In tho woodland was added now the dignity of beautiful womanhood and my heart leaped at the thought that I bad over spoken to her that I was therq because she had tauuted mo with tho comingj stair landing a deep toned clock began to strike midnight and every one cried Merry Christ mas and Olivias wonl and there was more hand clapping in which I joined with good will Some one behind mo was explaining what had Just occurred Olivia the youngest daughter of the house had been denied a glimpse of the ball Miss Devereux had made a wager with her host that Olivia would appear before midnight and Olivia do feating the plot against her gained the main hall at the stroke of 12 Good night Good night called Olivia the real Oliviain derision to the company and turned and ran back through the applauding laughing throng I The spectacled gentleman was 01r las father and he mookinglkrebuked Marian Dovorenx for havlhfe tikcour aged an Infraction of parent disci pllno while she was twitting him upon tho ions of his wager Then her eyes rested upon me for the first time She lifted her brows slightly but tontine 3 ued talking placidly to her host Tho situation did not please me I had not traveled so far and barglariously en bred Doctor Armstrongs house Inquest of a girl with blue eyes merely to stand by while she talked with another man I drew nearer Impatiently and was conscious that four other young men In white waistcoats and glpves qultO as Irreproachable as my own stood ready to claim her the Instant she was free I did not propose to be thwarted by tho beaux of Cincinnati and 1 ad dressed my host boldly I beg your pardon Doctor I said with an assurance Tor which I blush to this hour All right my boy I too have been In Arcady he exclaimed In chedrful apology and she SlUt her hand on iny arm and I led her away He called me my boy so I must be passing muster I remarked not faring to look at her youIllstown Joke i We reached a quiet corner of tho crcat liallland I found a scat Tor her You dent seem surprised to see meyoll new Iflwbuldcdmo tshould have come across the world for this for dust this Her eyes were grave at once Why did you como I did not think you ware so foolish This Is allsowretched You didnt know that Mr- PckerlngMr Pickering She was greatly distressed and thtg name came from her chokingly Teal what of him I laughed Ho Is well on the way to California and without you NQyou dont knowyou dont un derstand hes helellfe abandoned his California at Chicago he tole Kraphcd me to expect himboretonight You must go at onceat once Ah but you cant frighten mot I said trying to realize Just what a meet ing with Pickering In that house might meantNoshe looked anxiously about = they were to arrive late lie and the Armatrongsrmoment now Pieasd gol But Ihavo only a fow minutes my weltyou wouldnt nave mo sit thorn out in the station down tows Thero are some things l liavp1 como to say and Arthur Pickering and I are not afraid of each other Buf you must not meet him here y Think1 what that would mean to mo Yon are very loolhardy Mr Glenarm I haOno Idea you would come Dtitou wlfiht d to try meyptt halteticcd incvThat warn t meItwas flllvia sho laughed more atease I thought J Y 8 abet ifI you think that 1 ma tied hang and foot by a dead mans money Jt vo1t wasnt that wrctch dfor tunb put I enjoyed playingllio child before you 1 really and It seemed that the fairies Were protect Ing me and that I coufd play being a child to tho very end of the chapter without any real mischief coming of it j wish I were Olivia she declared her eyes away from me Thats rather Idle Im not really sure yet what your name la t dont care Lets Imagine that we havent any names Im sure my name Isnt of any use and Ill be glad to go nameless all my days If only If onlyu she repeated Idly open ing and closing her fan It was a Trail blue trifle painted in golden butted nlesThoroaro I BO many It onlles that 1 hesitate to Ichoosc but I will venture one It only you will como back to St Agathas Not tomorrow or tho next day but say with tho first bluebirds I believe they are the harbingers up there Her very ease was a balm to my spirits she was now a veritable daughter of repose One arm in Us long white sheath lay quiet in her lap hot right hand held the golden butterflies against the soft curve of her cheek A collar ot pearls clasped her throat and accented tho clear girlish outlines of her profile I felt the appeal of hoe youth and purity It was like a pry in my heart and the dreary house by the lake and Pickering and tho weeks within the stone walls of my prison were as though they had never been The friends who know mo bust never expect me to promise to be any vfhcre at a given time T cant tell jjcrhaps I halt fnljpw tho bluebirds to Indiana but why should I when I cant pIa being Olivia any more dullII of Stair Her by Stood Devereux wroto from the really fooled me nut I have seen the real Olivia how I dont want you to go far not where I cant follow and this flight I shall hardly darcTepeat- Hor lips lQsedrlIkc a rose pad gone bapkto bo a yu4agalnand sho pondered a moment slowly freeing and Imprisoning tho golden butterflies You haro risked a fortune Mr Glenarm fobiisWyvlf t you musehaveyou often across the wall tllut I dont CareIm not staying at that rum up there for money Sly grandfather meant more to mo thin thatto Yes I believe that Is so lie was a dear old gentleman and he liked mo because I thought his Jokes adorable My father and ho had each other But there wag rno expectation no wish to by his friendship My name In his wilt Is a great rassment a source of real annoyance The newspapers printed dreadful pic cures of me In connection with the will I pay to you quite frankly that I wouldnt accept a cent of Glen arms money it It were offered mo and that Is whyand her smile was a hash of sprlngI want you to obey the terms of the will and earn your fortune Sho closed the fan sharply and lifted her eyes to mine But there Isnt any fortune Its all a myth a joke Mr Pickering doesnt seem to think so Ho had every reason for be Moving that Mr Glenarm was a very rich man flirt assuming that theres money buried there by the lake lIke a pirates treasure It Isnt Pickering if ho finds iL There are laws to protect even the lead from robbery I concluded hotly How difficult you are Suppose you should fall from a boat or bo shot accidentally then I mlyhthavo to take oho fortuneatterall arid Mr Pickering might thtnkof an caslr ray of getting It than byIt t Itt Yes I know what you meal but you wouldnt I Halfpast 12 struck on the atalrw ana tJiouImight y5u knots i Tmust go rtbut not wlthvthat rtot wltb any hlpt of thltplei1t tt If you let hum defeat you If you fall to spend your year there woJl overlook this one lapsosho looked me steadily In the eycsi wholly guilt less of coquetry but Infinitely kind thenIt She paused opened the tan held tt up to the light and studied the gu1d n 4 butterflies Yes Thenlet ptaieeeoh I shall notcr chase another rabbit as long BallIt Now goqudclclqu1ckly But you havent told mo when pad whore It was wo met the first tints Please She laughed but urged me aWaj with her eyes t I shant do Jt It rtnt proper for mo to remember If your memory It so poor I wonder how It would seem for us to meet Just onco and be Introduced Good night You really came You are a gentleman of out word Squire Glenarm Sho gave me the tips of her flnctiff without looking at mo A narvant oame In hUI1IrullyJ Miss Deverefix Mr and Vra WS lor arid Mr Pickering aro In the draw lngroom Yeas very well I will como at once Then to me Thoymttst not see you Ihoro thhi way I and she stood In thoUoof tab lug mo hor hands Ifghtly touolilngtht frame as though to secure my way I turned for a last look and saw be wailing her eyes bent gravely upon me hor arms still halfraised barrln tho door then she turned SJftJftl away and passed 4I i I At the Top the Marian Height Accentuated Her Gower of White school too tHat known profit embar Mr 1 QU dOfound mybat and coat and wakened sieepingdrivorfie drove iTkemad into tho cltyv and I swung inyfcjlf upon the northbound train Just as Jt was drawing out of the station i I i CHAPTER XVMI I I Wetan Old FrUrid When I reached GIenarn Houiathe npxt morning l fQuhd W my astoniati I tent that the window I bad left open as I Bcramblcd out tho night before I waHcIoscd i djroppcd my bag and crept to the front door thinking that It Dates had discovered my abaenco It was useless to attempt any further deception I was amazed to find the great doors of tie main entrance flung wjdc and In real alarm I ran through the hall an4 back to tho library Tho nearest door stop open andiM I peered In a curious scone disclosed itself A few of the large cathedral candles still burned brightly In several places their flumes rising strangely la tho gray morning light nook had been taken from the shelves artdscatr toted everywhere and sharp Implo ments had cut ugly gashes In the shelving Tho drawers containing sketches and photographs had been pulled out and their contents thrown about and trampled under foo- tThehousowasassllentasatonyhI tryJplXtothing stirred by trio fireplace anlft crept forward listening until I stood by tho long table beneath the great chandelier Again I heard a mint us of somd animal walking anti etretcK1 Ing followed by a moan that lindout edly was human Then the hands of fr man clutched tho farther edgo of t11d table and slowly and evidently wlln Infinite dlfllcnlty a flgura rose and t dark face qf tes with eye a blurtjd and staring strangely corifr6ritcdm- He drew his td Its helghtlaift leaned heavily upon the tabliTI snatched a candid jind benftqySSji 1thnto make buro tap ogles were aol tricking me TO BE CONTINUED L ON ITS Wb YEAiT t v tA Ja 13 THE SUBPOENA TELLING JOHN D ROCKEFELLER HE is WANTED IN CHICAGO And That HO Most We There Next MonthWerra nc ud a All t e Officers if the 0 Trusty Flndlay OH June 28Tho Jury In tho Standard case retired on cots In tho Jury room Thursday night jit 10 oclock without rendering t vet diet although they have beenIn BCd slon 30 bodes Judge Duncan has top tired Chicago Juno STho subpoena of the United States of America that will At last bring John D Rockefeller head of the greatest trust In tho world Standard 011 to Chicago was spoil eastward It commands In tho niuno of the government that tjo richest man In the world shall como hero and toetlfy- before JUdge Hindis of the fcdtsral court upon July 6 0Tho sunimona of the government one that even Rockefeller must obey So long all powerful lie htb now a ho nenra tlto sunset of his carter found a power that Is nits master This ifovor Is tho national government ag roproaentod by a wiry W1Ithlred little Judge who has given every In dication of being In dead owrniwP Kenenaw M Landls If Rockeflelor does nut como willing ly ho will bo brought An ordor 16 a United States marshal to Attach tliu body of him tho said John D Rockefeller and bring It the said body before the said district court will bo the further proceedings if the sit 1dni does not appear tipon tho dato named With an attachment United States marshals will bb empowered to batter In the doors of tho trust magnates hom and taktehlm prisoner They will have authority tQ bring hlm to ClitoQ go manacled and It wjJl bo InJudiN I andli 11 wet to at once commit him to jail for contempt The subpoena for npekefoller wg lashid was forwarded to how Yprk It will be served If he rwntift In ManheUan or Is Mill playing ffolf upon his prIvate links In WMtchMter county ilt way bo that Rooltsfekior will try to tVade ittnIoe He has done such a UUng heretofore Word was rwelvoj front Now Fork that he ertuld not be found there and that he might have parted for Cleveland O whMO his o sop now are tuqkdae atteth0 q hon J nD siltf 1 II I baadkfel Who owned tho steak of the Stand aid OH Co of Indiana white It was rebating with various raUway Whet were lu earnings and dlvl dindi during that period Vhlch k the holding company and whsHa Its atpckf WJio held tho stock of the Union Tank Line controlled bjr tho Standard Oil Company The subpoenas issued are for all the officers of the Standard 011 Co of Now Jersey the holding company of the trust and for those of the Standard Oil Co of Indiana one of the subsld lades i THREE GIRLS DROWN Two Bather Get Beyond Their Deptfi Fishing Boat Capsizes ornando Miss Innc 28Three girls just budding into womanhood wore drowned In this county At TayJoravIIlc when bathing in a lake Ruble Carr and tattle Dentil son cot beyond their depth add per iahed Cprnchji DpnnUqi was rc cued by olio pf the c VUtorla Mcliett I wati droindedd Cains pond The Unfortunate girl I wen atrremberor a ilshlnff jjarfy When thri boatiwhrch alio carried Muss Lucy LoVe and Alfred Taylor turned turtle Miss Love sank twice but was res rued by Taylta Gaye4lrlendi Wrong bottle JiitiQ 2 Peter and bavfdMoradof Philadelphia pas sengers on a train accepteda drink of whisky from Ledt King another passenger from Wllkeabarrc Pa The three men drank the contents and King produced n second bottle Peter Morad took the first drink when King re mcmlerqd that the bottle contained cyanide of potuslum Morad died In a few hoursWoman Slayer Hanged St Louis 1l1n128Johll King a ncgrp who was convicted of having shot and killed Hallle Douglass his wectjieart onNovcmllr28 1905 was hanged In tho jail here Senate Killed It Madison Wls June 28Tho senato itj a vote of 21 to 5 killed the twocent rajlroad faro blllr Bean Killed theChild t jTcnhltJuno 2S1 Notwith Blinding treatment from a Christian rfclentltt who assured the parents ol 3aweOks old Sopble Iora1s that there- 4aa nothing ailing the Infant tho chllj died Examination revealed that sIn dltd from a bean lodged In the throat t I Five Perished In Fire r1 Alnionle Canada Juno 2SFive per sons perished In aflre which destroyed a laundry over Uihlch W p Armatrong hlg wlfo and JToupchlldren lived i Arm trpng was tt9 only one ot the tarn iiy who escaped r fftf CONTROLLING VICIOUS RAMS Simple Plan of Shield to Be Placed Over Animals Eyes ti1Q10 who has a tlclpim buck un op1DlcntwJiItbtta at a lose know wba to do wlth him Ho may bo IlcrCctylat Isfjjcdary as a breeder and as a wool prpdiicttr sdjthatUie shepherd li loath to port says tho Farmer anti at tho sacl time his vicious hab its make tt necessary to fix tipj some contrivance to control him Here la b Good Buck Hood i a little diagram of a hood that can be made OUtfit a leather boca lag Itla provided with loops to til wound his horns If faahak thbin or bf win I If be has not and can be UM with pieces or mwhldo or atone cxvrtU This fits down over the 0101 and Will noon haughtyApirltas PIG3 AND CLOVER A Little Grain Should Be Fed During tho Summerg Pigs illiquid pot be carried through the mnnmar on clover alone A IItUlt grain will he required to ImKwoo the grwn clav r It U o that pIIII rrth rnd1 alllJliJij hon Alfalfa or thy would If a little corn wore given wltlt the green rage While it mar be true that the itge wlllDieko a profitable growth on al falfa or clover It Is not tMm that they will do as well on thee reeD feeds clone as they will If gives a little rain In adilltton The itmla is needed in leereuec the number ol 1 UQ lB of food cHmeata without eorreepoadloR I lncr ailng tM amount of dry oat lorI1I11rQrcittNftirbadwl tnbe tho roast ereblarlebJ pouadiofa addition of one and one lbird pouiiO of train tile ooet ef 100 posed of grain war lowered to IC74 per 1M When the train ration was Increased to two sad a half pounds her day the cost was lowered to Un It Wan be seen by feeding only ono and a third I pounds of grain ratltm per day the cost of prodpolng tho 10e pounds of gala was lowered nearly onehalf While one single test should not be taken u rehab It certainly shows that Ida should not hn expected to pass the summer without a little train ration DOCKING LAMBS It Should Be Done EatlY So WoCiqd Will Heat Quickly t p Tho lamb tl docked when It la from ten two weckaoldi lf lift IIIK tit ojderWiobloOHvfA I hrs hot to vdlnllcd and a chance of oho Iambs bleeding hi death says the Crltctrlon At this stage the wound hemp quickly and growth le tof1seTho ilmplast tool Is a Sharp clean butcher knife If an attendant can bo had he holds tho lamb In his arms feet up With ono hand he holds the legs and with thu other he draws the skin around the tall within one inch of tho body toward tKo body so that when tho tall In cut off the skin will slip back and partially cover tho stub of the tali The tall II cut off with a butcher knife while It lies on a small block of wood and within ono arid onehalt belies of the body After the docking the lambs aro closely watched for an hour or two Sometimes one bleed more than ho should and a string Is tied about the stub to stop the bleeding after which the string Is removed Quality of Meat of Beeves The quality of meat of boot animal has oaormqusly Improved under conditions of high breeding ndhlJhfeeding This has been In part duo to the lack of exercise which hiss nmdo tho muscles softer and It hire been ln part due to tho selection for breeding of those animals having the right conformation to Insure the boat kind of meat Remove Harness from Sweaty Horses When tho returns sweat fVpiuY tho field his harness should bo removed If ho In to rest for an hour or BO Tho sweat under the collar becomofl a mean K of Irritat ing tho skin and musing rawness un dornchtb Use Kindness tojqbarnossnndtothe t and farm Implement only klridhese should be used Harsh mcanure at this Unto ihavo spoiled many a colt eft THE Pq ANdiiAlKA 1 Potiibllltle of Titjbreeil as Sean b ftW D i iThe for morp lean mat I an mcknowledgniehttboPoland China will goUaL This W onepfthofdUni tuition Stones upon which t breed has been established For his ci y feeding qualities his ponuinrlty hasr 1V1IItOrsolution but that suggestion unit dfed In Its utterance In the first nlacq the pork producbrn of the corn bc1t are j sot struck with hid Bhdpoj secondly tllllois too precious toipcpdiito him I and lastly the market demand be limited because It dpnmnd hot moat and lard two articles eqtutllr valuable The trend of tho market dojnhrid in the last few yours has caused Ihoovo lutlon ot tho Poland Chino to the pres ent typo A typo that bujawso of lu llmcsuvlng tendency In pqjk lion has added thousand pj dpllari annually to our ojtrieultMrAl WWjJi I To retain tide profitable onmiM ami Btlll acquire more limn meat la a nw loni that will admit of mttB oxleri I mental research Leas wrest le the muscular linen of the carcass the growth of whkh la greatly eneour aged by abundant excrete Md tool fclHlt rich In Ixetelnsin 1 Mlnml owl + ISM tools that are within Uw rMi of an pork prodiWIen aNt or WB1 5 fw avail U UlOllOhauIInlqitntiUftft to baaiwe stwihy cure InHoo1 feeding ration Until wr market offer greater In tfucflnmu for nmraJBRR menu we au certain our pork prmjocor cease profit bjr lu itroditftfo lint whvt they do nee of moro feed rich In protein will brlM about the delix l remilifc And an delfeteM Ke4t trtllV nitHiwod from the tfolnnl China lathe Mm belt ae to prodeoexl with aa- liNN In the ngrimUural world As fn oho race snMMe of the Poland China te a grunt satll tt the bread IN been tiRjMU npfineed by both rival breeds MM by tljoe who have arwteokwl the tact that the Poland CfalnAMftv fta great Oott urrivr sad haw fttllw to Rirtnl Aa liftt the OIpretlltcU of Desk Aartam prfC eases An uclwlva ours Aiost dartnit tke Iwlot r months Mpvclay CBA result ID nothing but fnUurr te produce targe hnitby lltttra With the uecwfafiU iu rkrmwr the diet of the brood MM it ca mow imion nt bfWt iMo attar fJtrrotttt 1 Iheas wn hare mastered thta v tM NMM iBpbnuat brtsasb pf keg adI voJlCOItpnMli If with 1111 eIIY me sad sptfo M1emi1tflllateov- ealsoreDteItabh t I 41PASTURE FOR SOVv AND PIGS t Half Are Triite and Wevabk Heuiai Work to Wed Advantage I have found ito moot prattle to coMtrtMt a BiMke of 1Ien totes placing a portable hone la every other ono sad gtrlag a w sod her plm an individual house MM a writer In Orange JutM lVmer lly the Urns they will have eaten or stamped r down all the green stuff en Ibis halt acre the homo can easily be llftfid over the fonoe to the seat kit and the hop moved whore they will have plenty of freak graim pasture The lot from which they have been taken 11a1Iho be tip and wvmA or feroptl that crowfptnparatlvely fagt fly the they have exhausted the ascend timeIprljlbelue rIthe sow and pugs until tko plpi ani old enough to w nJr properly cared for they will support the sews the year round MlThavfl alto found It Rood practice to have a larger lot If possible of from five to ten acres to turn nil the pigs Into after they havo been weaned J allow them to remain there until they are four or tire months old t feud thorn In the moan tlmo and allow them plenty of ground and oxerclsojto bat they devolop bone and muscle They will thou be In a good healthy condition to go Into tho feed lot In building these portable homes there la one thing that lnunt over be borno in mind and thpt la no matter how or whore they ore builtI theyI should provide good clean dry sleep QUartora and above everything linK be sanitary PUT ONE IN YOUR TROUGH 4i I I ILever Which Maker the Emptying ol the Trough Earyt 1 W1hor Joist at A lloaJt1O otlidr end pf I trough Handle Is used alien youry Trough with Lever t want o amply bayrDg t Ib 1fl Yonteia I II iipnet JtwlthoUt o he t FallRover It to Paint There is nothing that adds t to the selling value or the renting value of a house like good paint there is nothing that makes home more homcrlike than good paint- It pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE PAINT FOR PAINTING BUILDING OUTSIDC AND INSIDE pays in the beginning because it goes so far pays in end because it lasts so long and looks so well as longas it lasts There is no paint like it for beauty and durability for economy andsatisfaction SEE us FOR COLOR CARDS I The Porter Drug iNOOBrOBATCn oooosooooooooooooooooooooooo0 0 i Berea and Vicinity i o 0 o 0 oGATHERED FROM A VARIETY SOURCESo 0 0 AAA AAAnnnAn AAAAnnnAnnnnvwv vvvvvvvvvv Tskt rtttli i- l n Next Sunday morning In the Union Church there will be Communion Mr vice and reception of members at the usual hour 11 oclock Next week Dr Thomson leaves for Galesburg Illinois where be supplies tbe Central Church for six weeks R U Harris formerly of Harris Rbodua 8 Co has bought the stock of J n Richardson and will con tinue the grocery buaineas in the same place Tho College ia soon to put upa 20000 brick block on main street which will contain the post office and two stores below anda moduru hotel occupying the rear aud entire upper story Tho building will bo on the corner diagonally op posite the Ladies Hall where Logs dons store now ia Bud will not oc cupy the entire space available there but will leave place for some grout and shado trees to add to the park t affect desirable there Miss Ilaupt is to carry on Miss Fora at Narrow Gap for a week or two while MUs Fox visits friends in Jackson County Miss Bessie Roberts who has been visiting friends and relative near Berea for several weeka returned to her home at Lnfolleite Tenn Fri day Mr G M Green was in Richmond Monday on buslnctis Mrs Bottle Mason of Corbin Ky is visiting friends and relatives in Bo rea this weekI I Mrs Lou Boulware of Kingston Is spending a few days with R W- f Boulware aud family Miss Nell Burdette was in Rich I mend Monday The ancient burial ground by Red Lick church house has been enclosed with A good wire fence This Is one of the moat Interesting burial grounds in Madison county If you expect to build you wilt navo time and money by seeing me Jaa M Early Jr Berne Ky Practical Draftsman Houses and Gardens fer Rent Call on G D Holliday at the Boron Bank and Trust Company rfJJI I When the Hair Falls Then Its time to act No time to study to read to experl ment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly tool So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays In It cannot do any thing else Its natures way Tfce best kind oi a teittaoftUl fSold lor over lxtr years o SHERWINWILLIAMS UArf0LewaIIAI 10 lJers Pays Co JAMAPAMLLA PILLS cwHKY nowut VV VVVVVV The Public School began Monday morning with Mr Will Blanton Misses Etta Moore and Etta Guy as teacher accompaniedbyseveral days ago for tho wont where they will remain indefinitely until their health Is improved On their way they stopped at Crete Neb to visit with MiM Anna Hanson who le teaching at that place Arch Brandenburg and Henry Bingham stopped over in Berea a few dnya last week as they worn on their way to Cynth lana Ky where thoy go to lay brick Will Duncan and E E Wyatt vis- Ited home folks lout week Mm J K Baker Is very ill with measleaBeren Canning Factory In plan ning to begin work an noon as the black berry crop cornea In Miss Mayme Curry visiting hoi sifter Mrs Dr Brady Cheater Treadway was in town a short time last week Mr Jcsso Kinnnrd from Omaha Nub Is visiting home folks here Dr Oren Hole and brother Wwltei who have been visiting relatives and friends here have returned to their home in Portsmouth Ohio Childrens DIY exercises will be held at the Olado Disciples Church Sunday July 7at 730 oclock All are cordially invited Mr John Anderson who line been very trick with measles is slowly re cowering Messrs Chandler and Baird tray elling salesman wbre Co town the last of tho week MM Martha Spurlock visited in Paint Lick one day lust weok Mr J E Dul tons father of Pa nola is making an extended visit hereMisses May Harrison and Martha Spurlock were tho guests of Misses Bess and Hattie Bnugh a few days lost week Tho infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Mack Maupin of Hamilton 0 wile brought hero Thursday for burial in Boron cemetery Misses Kata Wagers nnd Nannie Kidwell returned home Sunday utter a weeks visit with friends ROIl rela fives here Mrs Lovel and daughters of Ash land Ky are visiting with Mrs JT Scrivnor Mrs Frank Huys is visiting her mother Mrs Ann Hudson at Dreyfus Ky Mr John L Bowler who has work ed in tho College Printing Office for a considerable time loft last Satur day evening for Louisa Ky where he is to have chnrgeof tint printing office of the Sandy Volley Courier The best wishes of The Citizen andof many friends go with him W H Porter was a Visitor in Louisville the first o1 tho week Mrs Dodgo and Helen Kneoland are in Lexington attending some of Chautauqua Assembly meetings Mildred Roberts daughter of Supt Roberts of the Printing Office cole brated tbe third anniversary of her birthdayon Tuesday July 2nd by u very pretty lawn party to which ten little guests were invited Re freshments were served and the chil dren enjoyed a splendid time 0000000000000-o 0 I College Items io 0 o HERE AND THERE 0 000000800000800 The First Conference of Librarians of Kentucky was held last week at the Womans Club in Louisville Tho Demi College Librarian was present and was elected Second Vice Presi dent of the Kentucky Library Associ ation which was organized at that meetingA letter from Miss Josephine Robinson says that she finds it good to be amotig her own relatives in Iboautlful New Hampshire She will Dartmouth Summer School in Hanover N H for some time and wo hope to have a letter or two from her thorn for Citizen readers President Fjrost returned to Berea last Saturday evening Time following clipping from the Daily Public Lender of Maysville Kyxbowe what success Prof W H Humphrey a graduate of Berea Col lege in 1903 Is having The educational rise of tho color ed race in Maysville and Mason county was never more fully em phasized and demonstrated than a- lat nights annuiil Commencement exercises of the Maysville Colored High School at the Washington Opora house Prof W H Humphrey Principal of the Maysville Colored High School Is entitled to great credit and praise for the excellent results attending the Commencement exercises lost night Iandcolored peoplo and the many white people present will bear us out in tho statement that the Commence mont was one that splendidly crown ed a year of most excellent educational results and Prof Humphrey and his Assistants may well feel proud and encouraged over their work All in all the Colored Commence meat was probably the most credita blo colored function ever hold in Mnysvillo Prof Mnnnii for the last five years the very successful principal of tho high school at Lancaster Ky has been called to be teacher of mathematics in tho Normal Depart ment of Berea College He is already in Berea Bali living with his family for tho present in Gilbert Cottage SwingMartinblut allof ClnciAautiare visiting Miss Jeanette Swing in Berea MiM Merrow wlt Edith and Clove laud Frost left for Yonkers Now York Tuesday morning A letter has been received from Walter Ellis of Dallas Texas last year ot the Model Schools Ho is working for the Monarch Visible Typo writer Co and is planning to re turn to Berea at the opening of the Fall Term LelpAicOhiotho Fall Mr CartmellIs taking his vacation this month Just now ho is enjoying a visit from his father Elizabeth Marsh left on Friday of last week to visit relatives in Penn sylvania The boys of tho Boron College band went to Winston Wednesday to stay over the Fourth to attend Q A n Encampment Mr Scale and Francis Clarkwent to Knoxville last week to attend summer fichooJIAlfred o s vaca tion at Boston Ohio He refused a fine engineering position in order to continue his schoolwork in Baron the cowing year Miss Mary Arboly is at her home in Washington D 0 and Miss Lilian Tuthill in hers at Riverhead N Y The latter hopes to be back in school here next year Mr Luther Shadoin returned Monday night from a visit at his homo in Pulaski county He reports the homefolks well and that his sister Donna hopes to bo in school again this fall Prof IL M Penniman is expected in Berea some time this week I President Frost is in town for two or three weeks and may bo seen at his office mornings at usual hour 045 Rev Dr John F Herget Pastor of tho Ninth street Baptist Church of Cincinnati is a guest of the College this week Miss Annie U Brown of the Be- ma Model Schools is at her home in Wayneaville Ohio caring for her mother who is sick and in great suf fering Dr Henry Clay TInsley of the Class of 1000 is enjoying a large practice in Georgetown KyIWord has just been received that Julian X Radcliff a of 1887 died last fall ia Tennessee i S There and lack Mr Blekneir Aeeoant of ills Trip Wet Mr I D Todd and I left Berea June eighteenth and arrived at Frlo Tex as Friday June twentysecond and what we saw was a plenty Vo saw the Pan Handle northwest Tex as the most choice and fertile country in the Union and as we heard it ex pressed by people who had seen many lands and countries this Pan Handle land is tho greatest land in the worldWe arrived at Frlo at five oclock Friday evening and as we had not made proper connections at Kansas City Mo the men numbering 310 had all been moved thirty miles out from Frlo to Spring Lake The autoImoblTeswere camp Friday evening and after supper at Frlo we got into takIngI these flying machines on made a trip over these grassy plains at the rate of thirty miles in less than two hours Tho next morning Saturday was the great land sale More than thIr ty thousand acres were sold before noon that day people from lovp and Illinois being the largest purchasers 1 expect to go to Frio Texas agaIn on July 18th J P DIcknell Sir llrock Wni Injured Last Friday Mr Amon Drock of Derea was taking the place of the reg ular fireman on the locomotive of n freight train between Corbin Ky and Norton Va when the train collided with another freight train The trains were not going fast but Mr Brock was thrown back into tho ten der and the coal fell over and pertly burled him giving some severe wounds on his scalp face and chest The accident was at first reported aa more eerlous than It was and Dr Cowley and Dr Thomson went to Cor bin with Mrs Drock to see how things were The Railway Companys phy sician Dr Parker at whoso house in Corbin Mr Drock Is being cared for said that in ten days he would be able to take up work again Mrs Drock and the children are staying at the Davis Hotel next door to Dr Parkers house A loiter from Co J Lewis Creech Ky June 28 1907 Dear Friends For the last three weeks I have been having a nice vacation here In Harlan Ky next to the grand old stttto of Virginia near the Pine and Black Mountains I have secured one of tho best schools In the county and begin teaching about July 15th Then is a Sunday school In the district and 1 hope to work with It and help to makd It more useful There is a great need ofbrood teachers In this county where thirty out of every hundred voters cannot read and write Other counties have Just as high a percent of Illiteracy Now let us Normal teachers of Berea College do our best to spread Christian education and do our beat to Improve these counties In the next few years I will be glad to receive any Berea friends in my mountain home this summer espec ially those that are out In the Sun day school work- Yours for success in lite Cam J Lewis PROIKCUTION ORDERED Pennsylvanias Drafting Ccntracttrs Will II Required to Answer Harrisburg Pa June 9The Cap- Itol Investigation commission has com pleted the taking of testimony The commission will now prepare IU rev port to Governor Stuart and civil and criminal prosecutions will bo instituted by AttorneyGeneral Todd The report will set forth according to a member of the commission that there was evidence of collusion and conspiracy between Joseph M Huston the Philadelphia architect and John H Sanderson of Philadelphia con tractor for the capitol furnishings that the contracts for the 9000000 furnishings were Improperly let and not to the lowest bidders that the furnish- Ings were not purchased at the pre vailing market prices as the law re- quIres that Inferior goods were sup plied not in accordance with the plans specified and that there Is evidence of shortages that the members of the building committee of the board of public grounds and buildings were negligent in their duties to the state In not checking the evident fraud and collusion that existed and that thero were gross overcharres and extrava gances in supplying the furnishings THE UNWRITTEN tAW Virginia Jury Was Swayed by This Dangerous Theory of Defense Houston Va July 1ACterbelng out for J irtyflve minutes the Jury returned a verdict of not guilty in tho case of exJudge William 0 Loving of Nelson manager of theVirglnfa estate of Thomas F Ryan who was placed on trial here Monday for the murder of Theodore Estes son of Sheriff M K Efctes of Nelson county Judge Loving shot and killed Estes April 22 at Oak Ridge following a takenI beth Loving who told her father that her escort had drugged and assaulted her I lito lito litolitolitolitolit 0lit O lItolitolitoIltOIltOy vncUrw + 11 It I o Ring Phone No 10r f o WHEN YOU WANT 0 i o GROCERIESGOODS it TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN r Golden Grain Patent Flour I t rrBestGranulated Sugar i Canned Corno I iAGENT FOR x NAVEN LAUNDRY 0 J Richardson 11 I ltouoItOlllnODD OOOOOOD rnrnrz- krdtkkkkkkkttKetetetrrearee rrKOkrrkttttrrrKeeuKrrrrrr i II WHO SAID GROCERIES I e She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 itor have called in person and talked on the subject to t 1 i W D LOGSDON i X When you want good things at low prices hes the man J to tall witbt3 20 ioo t- S a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 i 50jt f J All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon t- All5 orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon f x I I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store ICo OktkataatItIU rrr tettikrrkr MNk7ek tnF1 + w al++ ralveawurj I c+o+o+cd o+o+o+oo+o+0+o +o4obo+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o+o+ THE WEALTH OF Ai I I NATION 1 + 0 I Depends on the Thrift of Its PeopTe f and the to 0 ItI for That WealthY io J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS to r o o THE ii Berea National BankI1 o 2St+orOr o+o+ 0+o+oroOrooro+o+o+o+o+ooo+0+u+o+o4f +o+o+o+o+o 0+0o+o+o+0o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+0o+o+oto If You Are Looking For+ + 1fo 0 o tAnice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves 2 Prices Workf1 Hats Collars Ties etc 1 Also some Extra Values ia o I q J SuitstiV 0 j +o We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and v pay top prices for Produce o J Yours for Business + jt0 o+o+o+o+o+o +o +oo+o+o+o+o+oo ooo+oooo+o oiiI S Royalty Left Handed The crown prince of Germany U the only child of the kaiser who U not lefthanded Left handedneu has been common In the Prussian royal family for centuries How to Deal With Tramps Habitual tramps ought to be permanently detained and made to work It would be good for the tromp and good for the community Notting ham Guardian Taste In Literature Taste IB to literature what boa tees to society Mme de StaeL I 1 T B Deer Develop Human Instinct According to an Albany dispatch the deer In the Adirondack region have developed a grudge against the automobiles one of which was rev cently assailed by a vicious buck and lost a tire Had It Down Fine Servant complaining to a friend My mistress Is certainly the orig- Inal mean woman To keep tab OB me she numbered the coffee beans and today she case and accused met ot stealing No i7Tllsgeatia Bkte Ur 1 r J r re The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Data Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO t InccrporcUdl El Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PATADLE IN ADVANCE One Year SI 01 64ThreeDloneyOrdertent tamps The date after your name on label thowt to what dlto iouradb rlptlonlapsid If It it not changed week after renewal notify us Mlsolnl numbers will be gladly supplied it 1ft Ire notified Pine iTwnlurat given for new subscriptions and prompt ronenitli folld for Premium Lilt Liberal tcnniglvctj toany who obtains new bcenpttant or us Any one tending ua four bacrlptlonseonreceheTheCitizenfreafor AdtertUing rate on application 1MEMBER or KEXTVCKY 1HESS ASSOCIATION w a AfChtcago girl refused to marry a man who at once Justified her lack of confidence by killing himself Dr Emil Retch says musics Is dead Perhaps they have no piano In the flat above Urn one Dr Emil occupies The doctor who collected 1000 skill B ought to be an eroffleld meiri ber bf nil the Greek letter fraternities Says an Alabama poet I safd In my hasteRlltlsh rmen are Rare HasteTAftcr due reflection you mean man Are wqnoterpermitted to retain a singlo ld belief 1 A Washington expert noiv says that it Is healthful to eat green fruit Prof Dell says we shall soon be fly have that too sravitatJdnIOnceJaa While some girl who has never been in a chorus succeeds in showinjthatA Paris paper sars Friperor Vtttf Ham looks andacts like aTSrenchmam It Is ovldent that tho Parisian editors are to keep Qernjany and a Franceront becoming friendly The former office boy of a St Louts clock company has been made Its tem porary manager The moral of this brief story Is uncertain Which pays better to be on time of to keep ones eye on the clock A St Louis university has estab Hshed a chair for chauffeurs Doubt less Jt will be much pleasanter to bo run lover by a college graduate than by some rudo person Who knows noth ing about theclassJcs w i Roll is a Ins paiaes rs arlnk erected on a lawn are the latest tad If this roller skating craze gets much worse we shall have to pave all the streets with asphalt and warn automobiles and wagons oft Chinese laundrymen in Chicago are organizing a company in q tlclpatlon of an upheaval at hodeath of the dowager empress We should think they could do damage enough by going home and doing washing for their enemies It Is said that anyone wishing to dilute wine with Water can be sure the wine will kill the microbes whlch tnoyjlurk in the water within six hours after the mixture Is made Dut how- longldoes 1t1ak the water tokiU the germs of brainstorms in the wine Alter she has secured him and has safely put him away where she knows she cn1etJilm at anytime doubtless the girl who won a husband by hitting him a snowball will confess to hlmnbat she was aiming at a cow on the opposite tilde of the street from him The most unique method of deliver ing mall doubtless is that employed by te ers passing eras islands or the Tonga grunp in the Pacific On account of many reefs landing Is ex tremely dangerous and the few let ters to be delivered are attached to largo skyrockets whjclijire lied pan reach the shore In safety 4 rv The historic plains of Abraham will be alia natlonJiT park at the celebration next year of the threo hundredth anniversary of the found Ing of Quebec provided those most prominent 10 the commemoration are able fopiavvo their way At present the plains arc marred by a rifle fan tory anti instead of listening to the demand that they remove to another sitetlte owners of the plant demand more room Tho Lventngilall 9f New Xorkf goes earnestly if not profoundly Into the question of what makes or breaks a hotel It talks pleasantly abQut the old tipie bonlface of rubicund counto nancp and warm jolty at the tap tells how ho Is supceedcd by the modern clerk nnd these premises places the ijnnssallable conclusion that the ho cIg t set the money are made and that those failing to get it era broken It only took a little over half a column says the Detroit Free Press tb work out the syllogism m1hbjn purpose ofrtrltri attib tlir 1ligl11 r 1E nttrtttinn By HON JAMES BRYCE British Ambassador to United States Ii KOUUCTIOX and transportation all over tho world havo been transformed by science and the effect of science is also strongly felt in education Sixty years ago cicfico was not given a prominent part in tho curriculum of schools anil universities and now it is trying tp rcjcgnte the study pf language and literature to a secondary place In sonic parts of the world it is be coming necessary to insist upon tho importance Of the human as opposed to the natural or scientific subject I ask you to join lucjnQOiisidering tlio value and helpfulness to the individual man of scientific studios anti of literary studio1 rep v lively not for success inn occupation or profession nor for any other gainful purpose but for what irwy be culled the enjoyment of life after university education luu ended All education has two sids Itls meant to impart Uc knowledge the skill the habits of diligence and ronocntnilion which nre to irinure practical success It ie alto meant to form the character to import taste to cultivate the imagination anti the emotions to prepare n man to enjoy tlwto delights which belong to hburs of leisure and to the inner lift which goes on or ought to go on nil tljo time within his own hoort Ivory one of us ought to have a Second or ihiler life ovfer andaliovc that life which htf loads among others for the purpose of hie avocation bo itto gain money or power or fanie or ho it to serve his country pr his neighbors Ho ought tp Itnyo some pursuit or taste to which he sin turn frointlvc daily routiiic i3iatctar the tasto or pursuit muy bo wl tlier of a higher or common type it is goof for him but of course tlio more wlfolesbifia and olettitilig tlidtuste for jinreuit is so much the bettor for him Wllat eanbo dbno byMrStrSoUoriTn natural science and what calbe dojie bydeft than otlitorar pursnita to instill uch tastes or sup geet pur suitsTho human subjects nrclHSb fitted to nourish ami Uhimino the inner or personal life Poetry and tho imaginative treatment of human 9hemesc my jiotyenf m k4 Hiiirviiuii ff v t 4 j Tib practical Iessos5ir thftt the arl10rjwith which the study of tho physical sciences is now pursued l pxirposoa trust not muko us forgot that education lias to ilo with a grout deal more thaI turn ou a man lo succeed in business Students must remember that in tho study of languages and history they must beware of giving exclusive at tention to the technical philological work and to purely critical inqnir IS3 Xdnlitire in tho world ilrtlicro e em to be so large n proportion ol the people that receives a university education as here in America The OO1Q1tJattlJpyr PU ranner progress 10 in a true perception oi tho essential cl nonts of Iwpplnos n larger onparit for enjoying those simple pleasures which tho onltiratian of taste and imagination opens to us nIl IDITt mrua iii- 3Evit purls By REV DR POLEMUS H SWIFT t I Ctdueoa 01 Tim is the devil of Every lie of Uw devil There is no bright future the unto who cannot be trust ed IFow urany forma devil tabs on Now he is the commercial who eclij4 goods for ono tiling when Ho knows they are something else Now he is the Social who indulges in white squibs Now he is the slander monger who delights in circu lating falso reports because the circulation injure some one whom he hates Now he js the conscienceless politician who persists in repeating reports that have been nailed as lies days and days ago because if the report can belcept in circulation it will make votes for his candi date J cn there is the devil of gossip how many demons of that typo thercyuxteinjpur day How persistently they work How dfabol icnl their business The gossip goes about rcpealfrig arf illfdUhHed talo or- personal ttc iqhalfconidence winch eart a diabulint iiltiut nce that can Tietcr WlaVoh abkr contradicted It it oftentimes just a half criticism A slight fling a suspicious word a deprecating sentence a whispered suspicion a half truth or a who tlia ought never to lie pOkch an insinuation heat ought not to have amounted to anything There is also the tfevil of kind speech How common that demon is You will find himin good Homes You wt1lInctllm in your office Heis not a stranger at your club Ilia face is not unknown in your church There nre a great many rxfoplo who vroiild scorn to tell a lie who would spurn slander who could not be charged with gossip to whom is an utter stranger who are yet guilty of making a place for ftcvil of unkind speech in their hearts t I Ilturttttt 1i 1LItNtrr i1II By MRS CHARLES E HUGHES Wife at Governor of New YorkL falsdKHHl is for this liar liar will ktipnl r falsehood the I believe that woman now has an influence in the community 1en non partisan that sIlO would entirely lose ifshewere to obtain the bal lot That subtle un named atmosphere which surrounds tier of more value to humanity than her vote possibly beto the state She is now free frbrri those ear ruptions from those sfratcgjes of which men knowsfr rnuch anti women so little la it not well to have at least onehalf thocouununityto whiqh the word graft is more or less on nnknownquantity and pull merely a word tliafjncriuso in aftcrdinriqrconversation when the tallies have left the room I think that women as teachers afl Uas moth era do their full gharo tin shaping the countrys fu ture bv shdplng iU citizeiil vV motet or lci ilireqt method would be the lessening of this influence 1 Men now respect the opinions of tliei wives and mothers because they know them to be uninfluenced ihepettyanti that is the secret of their influence THE STORY OF BUCK AND BRIDE IT I Grabbed the Reins and Jumped Back iiOb say grandpa said Dickie and his bend was burled so deeply In a big old trunk n the bare that only a pair Qr yty toga and two toqg feet hariglng on to a nail In the floor by tho tool and a Ouaty trouser seat coulU be seon Ob ray grandpa heroTa two of the dandiest pairs of cows horns with little brass balls on them Only three of them look as It they had been broken off Can I have em grandpa 1 asked first Cant r have one pair grandpa bogged a voice from anotbor corner then a red faced boy appeared Let me see them said grandpa Why they are old Ducks and Brides horns No I guess Ill keep thorn a little while longer Upon my word Fd forgotten about them Hut boys I can tell you a real goud story about thorn ho added When when grandpa T Now will your And fickle swoft off a clean place on a bench with tho sleevo of his coat Well suppose wo wait until after supper Thatll bo a good time and 1 can think about It a little So In the early evenIngthe time fnr etoryte11lnggrnndpcl sat down before tho fireplace with a boy on each side of him Bash lad had a stick and a Jackknife whittling Well to begin at tho beginning said grandpa when I was a little boy wo didnt have as many horses In our part of the country as thero are now Hut wo used oxen which sro Just as strong and sometimes as swift aa horses Though usually they are alow I guess you have not seen them very often They are fastened together by a wooden yoke and driven by rein sometimes but oftoner con trolled by a person merely speaking and cracking a whip Father gave mo a pair of young ones black and white and said I was to train them 1 was much pleased and made up my mind that they would be the best team In the country 1 named thorn Duck and Bride I was always gentle and never abused them and soon they grew to love mo and would do anything I told them to One day I took them to bo shod An ox you know has a split hoof lIe a cow pad so each foot must have two shoes That makes eight shoes to an ox doesnt ItT I must tell you how they shoo oxen as It la very different from shoeing a horse The ox is first led Into a frame about threo feet wide which Is built of strong timber with a floor In It Two heavy poles push up on each side of the oxs shoulders holding him firm then two more Just back of his horns to which ropes aro attached and these hold his head and shoulders per teeny still Two broad leather bonds fastened loosely to poles as high ns the oxs back are next pas d under his body and hook on the other side to another Theso poles are turned around shortening the bands until the OX Is raised off hfs toot Tho feet are then roped hack hoof lip wards to other poles and tied tightly sp they cannot move The blacksmith U then able to nal thq shots on quickly without being bothered by the animals struggles Btfck and Bride could go BO much better after they had been shod ns they did not slip In going over tho rough roads Ice and melting snow made It very slippery and one had to drive with great care One dray along In April father was chopping with a Very sharp ax and It slipped and cut a gash In hill leg Tho Wood spurted high and we arojT9setherayovefhe endstop Ipo flaying t father was dreadfully akYou must get nie down to Dr breads right away ho said So 1 managed to partly carry him to the slelglj and wrap a blanket him Ho held lha pUck wftlj whlchj aroundbizSyrfact but It had good control of the Piea so I didnt carpPL Juitta turning point In the road 1 heard a aolse and looked back Father wu lying with hit eyea and tbe blood was Prom hie log I topped the reins I was SQ frtghtanod I did not know what I was doing and oprang to his side In a inlnuto I had the bahdngo tlghteend but lhed to hold It The oxen wore running very fast now and tho rolnsworo dragging 1 dared not leave father a second and could not have Got them anyway I called to Duck and Drlde they tried to slacken but could not Pastor and fastur we flow The road was narrow and very sU ep I was terrified Tho oxon wore beyond tholr Own contra now Wo were near a turn lu tbo road They switched to One side Iud denly and struck a small treo It snapped off and on we went Another curve and so sharply did we turn that the sled partly slipped over tho side but only for a second On It went the oxen taking great leaps unable to help UMMM IVM a bit I had all I could do to hang on and hold father Wo were approaching the road and on the further sldo was a rail fence On we flow scarcely touching tho ground swerving from side to side till at last we rosebud the road and lumped across it Into tho fence There tae n qulok stop then on again but slower 1 called loudly to the oxen and thoy then slackened up and stopped Both were tired out and could carr ey stand or breathe But I grabbed tho reins and Lumped back Into the sleigh 1 titan managed to turn around and drive baok to the road by sometimes kneeling on the reins and turning with one hand and by calling to them Father was stilt In a faint I throve right to the doe tots and knocked on tho door The I doctor and I carried father In Just In time said the doctor Hes pretty far gone Well we took him home and put him to bed I unharnessed the oxen and it wasnt till then that I saw both of Ducks horns and one of U rides had been broken off I went back to tho fence and found them Good faithful animals They had done their best In coming down the bill without any guiding nnd bad lost their pretty horns I felt awfully i bad because they did not look near so line I gave them a good supper and let them rest for two of three days Tho other ono of Drides horns wo sawed off Father got well again In a few weeks and wo were soon hauling wood again But wo could never get Duck and undo to climb that mountain as long as they lived They would go any plsco on level ground but topped and would not go a step up a bill Father did not try to mako them do It as he said they had earned the right to do as they wished about It Wo had them for many years and finally they died of old age Those horns arc the ones which were broken off In our ride down tho mountain You play hate then boys but take good caro of them for the sake of my two good old Oxen Marlon A Long In Detroit Free Press Queer Positions of Hearts Then Is one curious fact that not everybody notices about tho common lingerlong green caterpillars of out larger moths Ther hearts Instead of being In ironware at the back of the body along the entire length of the animal Onq can see thq heart distinctly through the thin skin says St Nicholas and can watch its alovbeat which starts at the tall and moves forward to the head Hearts of this sort remchingfrgm head to tall are not at all imcoramun In tho simpler creatures The earth Xprra has one and so have moat worms caterpillars dad other crawl- Ing things Hearts In tho middle ol the back are also quite as frequent ps thOse In what seems to us to be the natural place Many animal tht Jobster for example and the craw- fish end tho crab O which have short hearts j1kothosootthe beast aid birds heyerthecfghavekthem placed jsst un er tho in whatjj intr solves would be the small e0lback AGAINST KING ALCOHOL J How Physicians Acting asTtt1 perance Reformers I This North Carolina state paglflvf modloAl exatnniers lion rc + std to withdraw tho lloop 6 to Prse mwllclno In that state of city i 11 clan whose addiction to alcohol v has unfitted him to pfdlierl7 NubJjffkn from this cease Dr T D Crothora tnt of tho Walnut Lodgj h tlqCllt f ford Oomu autos theeJ Ills Journal of inebriety awl sjoos on to say t f 4- 1hIiT tuJf8Jan sltould MA If lpranao reformer In Uw breed cones+ snd a twcher and leader In the stK r of those problems In every commun ity inebriety from alcohol sad the sate of spirits as a beverage Ian ttiuV tnry problem of oaprmou tfams whtoh the mStfft tethers Is trained to study Thu iMudloal man who W MhI bo In dlffeirent to Olphtliorta yellow foyer or any other contagious dlneasn and sn ltltU an attttull of Ipttlasfggt 1o efforts lo prevent these dlsttasear would merit the severest eendomna + V ton Tliore is no dtoeitke of 011 4 whose untallMent of nhys4cvl uqtlo ref and moVtsilltt Is sd itfwrt ItNTW InUrtmtnly related to the h mo of every community as the ateohel problem Tht ro Js BO phpslaal can aF rtltloti so inniiontisl In the swwtli and llfo of civilization whlth a Bitdv Ical man la so well trained to wider stand and to prevent ShoukJtemperance man In the breaded niMonlHR of this term ono whose per wwnl life anti conduet aw roxlHiRU and sustains Ms work sad teaching Of all men iOjy Je ns sbowU We the leaders In tempemfwe work to ua deniand nUt ovtr which follow Yule Rkottol and point Mt their dseitrlts the IMIIHUsee and tile memM tit p ventkm sad oure Dr Crethers further tttaroniahis own views w Ow tubjatt byMwl tor tat mefttl of eminent 11Nrttpean speetollata awl In oonelnstofi e presses confidence that the AMI eol Lion of the aleolwtte proMum wfll tiC aahlnvcd alien the prafWttto late Jt up as a purely uHidloal cabjittt Cant Ute the Flag Liquor dealers hi Nebraska took It Into their heads that they Would HI more beer by bavlag the beer IwUleM deeoratod with the DttloMl colon and they did It Some Nebraska patriot took the matter Into court sad finally after a strenuous battle It was doold vd lu tho supremo court of tho stale that the liquor Interests had no case and the use of the Stars and Strlpon for advertising purposes was Illegal Tho case was appealed to the supreme court of the United States and tho ruling of the Nebraska courts was sue tamed Old Glory has been savjcd from sacrilege and tho flag of freedom will not be defiled by vulgar associa dons Vote No Saloons Seven years ago Long Ileac a popular ocean resort In southern Cali Ifornla voted out all saloons It wail then a vlllogo of 3000 Today It U n city of 18000 When a recent tpuriatfa palace hotel was erected prig pesos were asked for The people have Just decided tho point by YoUng No two to one stating that under C license their bank deposits wore 1100 000 whereas today they are 5000QOOM that tho city class of citizens and 1U prosperity are duo to no saloons and tourists who must have liquor are not needed Kx Hard Times for Liquor Business tldas Criterion a wholesale liquor organ states that tho wholesalo liquor dealers and Jobbers throughout tho A K country find that business has slash coed up materially since the begin nlng of tho year The greatest cons trlbutory cause of tho lull Is they y believe the apprehension regarding tho Inimical legislation now penl1l In nearly every state In tho union r 1 Drink and CrimeiThe recently Issued statistics for Great Drltaln for 1905 show that for England and Wnlee the npn 1ndicabt l offcnses tried summarily wore Of those nearly One lhird t1nb7GTwore for drunkenness Drunken aess also aCtollnted for rRq 0 third and onehalf of tho whole ber received Int prison v uJ The Buslneta It Hurts 1 a It lit ohe of tM Inoit ridiculous Y things In Ones experience CttBomeG fellov houta out that shutting jip nln 1tThat ttemlltfromTOo c MearMany atmanryho conedriomotwffth ohisthlldren a il IlVURGIOD ITH unfathomed seas to the east W With the cross of St George to the north With impenetrated forests to the west And the yellow banner of Spain to the south Such were the narrow confines of the country the newborn na tion of freemen over which Old Glory was first unfurled When those fiftysix sires ofa nation signed that imperishable document at Philadelphia in 1776 they wcfe dreaming of a principle not oj territory Little did the comrades of Washington think that the starry banner then meaningless Save to one people then despised andspat upon by many o the monarchies of Europe was destined to encircle the world to spread its protecting folds from ocean to ocean rcrOsS the broad Pacilir Mricl over the Islands if that mighty sea then practically ad unexplored wa tc of waters But ty1lerefies Old Glory tQtlay Westward the star of empire took its way The hardy pioneer with gun anti axe penetrated the forests and blazed tietrnl for the flag of civilization lip planted his banner on the top of the Alleghenies He guided his canoe down the swirling waters and pUM d it again In tilt fSrtileTallcy of the Mississippi i Vtftvard ever westward marahecl IOld Glory wAcross the broad stream the lilies of France Offered defiance for a sHOrt tlnfc and then gave way before the Julvancingpowcr that r r- UdJ s Iq brooded no opposition i l t Jt protecting folds he builded his rude cabin Beneath ft he turned the virgin soil of the prairie b Itfloated from the flagstaff of the growing1 villages Under it crossrOatl settlements grew rtjo cjttcjj schools acid churches thrived industries prospered and a nation grew strung and great V f d Braving every peril ever westward From the top of the lofty summits of the Rockies this agent of civilization looked down upon golden California and advanced From the shores of the broad Pacific waved Old Glory To the south the banner of Spain had given way before it to the north the banner of St George had been crowded back and its territory sharply defined to the southwest Mexico had made way for it It- t floated unchallenged from the flagpoles that stretched from ocean toI ocean To every section of a broad nation it carried its guarantee freedom itrl eVVY VMMMM t I But where flies Old Glory todayr ruleIUloats q It has displaced the rule of tyranny in the Philippines It represents justice and equality in PprtoRico From the mastheads of the ships on every sea in every port flits Old Glory It is respected in every land and by every people To its protecting folds flock the downtrodden and oppressed of all nations and to all that are worthy it Offers a welcoming hand It represents today a world power greatest in the counsels of nations A power whose wordi unquestioned whose might has been proven But Old Glory has represented more than an expanding nation It has created a new hope in the breasts ofmen It has disputed the Godgiven rights of kings It has bveVthVown the absoluteism ofEuropc Ita pl Ithasdnvcn Spain from the new world and founded new nations p Ithas dictated equitable terms of peace to nations at war u Oia Glory I God bless the flag God keep it right and strong and powerful in the rightMay its white stars be never soiled by injustice to the weak May their blue field be ever as expansive as the sky of heaven May its red stripes ever represent the strength of a just cause Symbol of a peoples freedbm of a nations power of its great ness nNa of its justice of Godgfven equality its mednmg is known the world over Tadaythe sun never and may it neversets on Old Glory WRIGHT A PATTERSON TALES REGARDING COMMISSION ARE NOT TRUE DECLARES SECRETARY TAFT He Says No Immediate Change II Contemplated In tratlon of AffairI Washington June 29n is s tUsuo of falsehood salt Secretary Tuft when lila attention was calloJ to the rei ort of his dlfliatlsfaotion of the management of affairs tinder the Isthmian canal cctnmlMlon and of tha intention of tho officers engaged In Ute work u relinquish It and return to tho United States Tho secretary waa emphatic in declaration that ho had not reculved a alnglo communication from Ijlotit Ool Uocthala showing that In any way lie was dlseatlsflod or desist to and Ills connection with tho work No Immedfate change is contemplated in tho administration of affairs oa the Isthmus continued the secretary and thero has not been a Dingle kick of any sort Thoro Isno tmth in the stories of army ofDoora asking for i leaves of absence to return to the Unlllll1 Statea Continuing the secretary saltf Tho work thoro appears to bo progrowlng flnrfy It Is true that In a recent month tho excavations made under Col COt hale wore 150000 cubic yahU less than under his predecessor but this was duo to a strike and to other causes beyond Ills control Cot Goe thnla will have nil Uio hip In the way of army officers ho may nood with allow to tho thoroughness of the work In hand What about David W IloJw the retiring gonoral distributing iicont7 was nNkil ttf5 secretary Mr How resignation was not asked for replied the secretary lips work bas b satisfactory nnd ho was one of the most erfleJonjtpfllc we over had liecauso of his private business Mr Rose wanted to bard th6 corn mission on the 1st of June but i want e l him to stay at least until tho 16tU of July Secretary Tuft declares that the res- Ignation of pnslneor illp ly was olun iarilyi lie and Col uoethaU did not agree as to the cbara v r ot soma work and Mr Illpley retired Ho had been engaged In the dealsning of some locks Nor has General ManageV Bird ot the Panama railroad resigned as has been reported Mr Bird is one of tho most useful men we have on t4ie isthmus being at the head of all the trannportatlon work we have there If Jackson Smith the clromltsionet who has charge of all the labor On Uu Isthmus has resigned continued the secretary I dont know It There fi no truth so far as I know in the reports of his resignation and I thick 1 would know It AB to Mr Bishop secretary of tbe commtsHlon who Is now on duty at I Washington I am not prepared 10 soy what hill future assignments will M I said Secretary Toft That will be determined next week I AGED MEN DEAD AND DYING As Results of Injuries Inflicted By Aut lIeaIChicago June 2QQno aged man dead and another Is dying as a re IsI of automobile accidents Charles II Swift millionaire men ber of the firm of Swift Co rundown John Ong an 80 year old watch man living at 407 West 33d street Mr Swift hurried the man to Provi dent hospital and summoned pby sicians to attend him lie declares the Accident was unavoidable Horace E Stump Chicago traffic manager of the Atcerlca nexprcss Co diMas the result of a fall from the nutomoblle of C A Coey at Michigan boulevard and 14th street He was GO years old and resided at G407 Jefferson avenue Drops Dead In Jury Box Minneapolis Juno 29 By the death of Chat Hamilton a juror In the cue against former Insurance Commission er B H Dearth charged with bribery tho trial came to an end Hamilton was marching Into the Jury box at the head of tho Jury when fug tell uncon scious Ho died 20 minutes later Heart disease was the cause of death Tho trial will ho recommenced Train Orders Misunderstood Winnipeg Man June 290 97 regular westbound Canadian Pacific railway express and a Chinese special going east collided at Butler 275 miles of here The accident resulted In the d ath of five Chinamen and the serious injury of E U Connor of St Johns N n Tho wreck was due to misunder stood orders Kills SIsterlnLaw Warren bwgv Mo Juno 29lfra WdterHCM of Bristle Ridge kllM sirs James Herd her sllterIn law with a biifctlcr knife In a quarrel AST Was Hereditary Vandnlla IH June 29 Francis Ben ton a plonwsr of this section died ol thy age of 107 Ills grandfather llvcxl to bo 111 Receives Ten Years Sentence Nashvtllo Tenn June 29 Judgt J K Vultou who shot and killed Sam Parker a widely known football play er was Sentenced to ten years 1m prlsonment Tho mljrdcr was said tc have been the Outcoaib of domestic Ijosslp Woman Killed By Cars Chicago June 29Mrs Karl J Fret tag CO widow pf Karl J Preltag was run over and killed Instantly by t Halstedtreet car while attempting U cruse the car tracks at CCth rtreet whit eat her way home TANCOMMANDMENTS DUTIES TOWARD GOD Sunday School Lesson lor July 141907 Speflalj Prepared for Thli Paper LESSON TKXTExoduB alll afem ory versf lllC- OMiHN TEXT Thol slMlt tote the Lord thy Cod with ell thin heart ami alt tty soul and whit nil thy might Dent 66 Tufthlctr days after IcAVlnR I t HK 191 161 The day of lente oat tim feast or first fruit Same time In May 101 II O or perhaps 1300 ILACKln the plain at the bane of Mt Bind In the southern pelt of the SIMI tic peninsula between the two northern arms of the lied Sea 8Cr l TinB nBFBRKNCRSThe Ttt bins of Stone lk 7412 311S SJ1W9 HI Deut 4U 91111 1015 1 Kings S9 Hrb 91 Read Psalms 19 119 Comment and Suggestive Thought Mt SInai and Its Surroundings The exact mountain Is uncertain but Hastings Bible Dictionary inclines to tho traditional Jebel Moose Mann thin of Moses 7363 feet above tho see In tho wild mountainous region of the glorious range of granite moun tains of which Sinai Is the nucleus At Its northwestern base stretches KrKahah the wilderness of SinaI the only plain In the neighborhood capable of holding 2000000 persons allowing a square yard for each Tho camp Itself Palmer was doubtless more extensive occupying the neighboring glens and mountainsides wher ovw there was sufficient fertility for the cattle Fronting the plain is n lofty and precipitous bluff IlnsSufsa fell whence probably the law was proclaimed The Commandments Are Divine LawsV 1 And God spake nil these words In three ways 1 by his voice 12 by writing theta on the tablets of stone and 3 he has writ ten them on the very nature of man We are not to imagine that nothing of these commands was known before Moses They were written on the hearts and consciences of men from the beginning We see them In the early history They are a lesson for nil mankind- V 3 Thou shalt have no other Kods before me Side by side with mo in addition to me In my pres enco and therefore itt preference to meVs 46 This forbids making any representation of Ood as n means of worshiping him The First Reason Is that all Images misrepresent God They are not like Rod They do not represent God as pictures of a friend represent him to usThe Second Reason V 5 I sin a Jealous God I e not willing that any other should be regarded as his equal or take his place in the af fections and worship of his people because no othor con take his place no other can love as he loves or help as he helps Every Idol god is not only useless but leads to Immortality Tho Third Reason Visiting the Iniquity of the fathers upon tho chll dren The visitation here spoken of can hardly bo any other than that which we are accustomed to witness In the common experience of life tEx 37 Jer 32 IS It Is a statement- of the scientific doctrine of heredity V 7 Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God In vain I e lightly carelessly thoughtlessly insincerely 1 This forbids professing to be Gods people in covenant relations with him and then acting In a man nor that dishonors God and mIsrepre- sent him before the world It Ills graces religion and drives men from God 2 H forbids perjury False sweAting Is among the greatest In sults that man can offer to God and as being such Is naturally forbidden In the first table which teaches us our duty to God It Is also destructive of civil society and hence it Is again forbidden In the second table v 16 which defines our duties to our neigh bor Elllcott 3 But It does not forbid what is called taking an oath in court for that Is n simple affirmation In the sol emn presence of God to tell the truth ending with a prayer for help to do it The way these oaths are sometimes administered borders very closely on the breaking ot this command 4 It forbids all profanity the careless Irreverent use ot Gods name and of holy things because It tends to destroy the power of these things over men 5 It enforces Christs interpreta tion that all efforts to support our as sertions of a fact beyond the simple yes or no repeated cometh ot evil It weakens the assertion itself G All thoughtless worship comes under the ban of this commandment- V 8 Remember tho Sabbath day Remember Implies that the Sabbath already existed To keep It holy Possibly we talk too much about whatnot to do pn the Sabbath Here lAthe great thing to do worship keep tho day sacred for religious duties and inspiration tho culture of the soul of yourself and of others The Covenant of Love In the Old Testament there are four covenants thatVlth Noah of which the rainbow was the sign prom ising safety from destruction to all mankind that with Abraham of which circumcision was the sign that with Israel 09 a nation of which tho sign was the Passover and that of which the Sabbath was the sign for all mankind The record of the Mosaic Law Is called the bOok ot the covenant Ex 247 But the main covenants between God and mamare twothe Mosaic and the Christian tbe Law and the Gospel Farrar 1 1855 Berea College 1907St FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of ail Over 50 instructors 1175 students from 27 states f K Largest college library m Kentucky NO SALOONS r r r i n rl I i1 VIA special teacher for each grade sad for each tnaia subject SI many classes that each student can be placed with others like blmselj where he can make most rapid progress v j Which Department Will You EnterTE-E MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Saaaa lector i libraryand general advantage as for more advanced sradears Arith DrawiagSingingi ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth guide trio lions and compound number Brickwork Farm Frisii MaageaaeatLearn f rACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a for those who kav lerHtIChoice of Studies is offered hthicourse co that R vauaa man may secure a diploma im Agriculture and a YW111Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit for batlaMf Evtpart of this course as fall and winter terms is very praitabl lextra fees 1ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three aad fear year csoeaea with Latin German Algebra Hiatory Scienc etc fittiaf for College COLLEGIATE four years Literary SciwUc sad Clui al caere es with use of laboratories and all modern aaetav ods The highest educational standards i NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8U grade Model School enable oue to get a firstclass certificate llewiac years winter aa4 spring terms give the information culture LSd training necessary fa- a true teacher and cover branches accessary fer State certificate PfaaoTheorycourse Small extra fees I t Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College iDot a msaaymaking iaarkatioa AU the meas received from itudeatt is paid oat for their benefit lid the Schol expends oa an average upon each iradeat about fifty donmore than he pays in This great deficit U made up by the gifts 01 Christian and patriotic people who axe supporting Berea ia order that it may train young men and women for lives of aseinlaeta OUR SCHOOL IS UKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to l Iicomecharge 7lAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ins anti getting pay according to the value of their Rxceptfa win ter it is expected that all will have a chance tp earn as as cents 1 a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary f before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from ZiO cents tot J one JPERSONALvary with differeat people Barsa avonlllaiactetlbal Our cKrnat is the belt but as students must eftla4 1 weather warty wraps and uadcreUtklBg umbrellas aaa verahoea tutt aecesury The Ceperatlve Str fwraisha book Uitet article work uniforms aad athsc aeceai7 article at cost Living Exess are really below cost The asks no reat for the fine buildings in which students live charOnly eaoogh room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights of oeiiinf and towels For table board without coffee or xtrai flJJS a week is the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel light week Ing of bedding 40 cent a week la fall sad spring 50 otet in wialer- ScWl Fees are two First a Dollar JJtpeeit as guarantee for return of room key library boob etc ia paid bttt ones aad is returned whea the student departs Second aa Incidental Fit to help ea expeaaea for care of wheel buildings htai library eta Stata pay eethfag for tiutioe 1M services of teachersall our inatnictieu is a free sift The lecadeaW FN for most students is 1600 a term 400 ia lower Model Schools 6600 ia courses with Latin said 700 ia Collegiate ceor- Payauit art Mia aJviw 1nciclee aad room neat hy the term board by the month lattall meats are as fellows Fer Winter Term IS weeksFirst day 17W modes 1 deposit 28th day 600 66th day 800itotal t9 If paid all SB advance 28 Fer STH Trm 10 weeksFirst day U4Q 28thday W40 BSth day 270 total 8250 If paid all in adTanee 2200 The two ena tofotWt paid for is advance at a redscttea ef 250 making only 4900 I LMCW Wiater Tern 18 weekFirst iay 4060 S8th day 800 56th day 600 84th day i40 total 3800 If paid all im advance 37- 00lef Stndeate excised to leer Before sad of Urn reirepbeck all they have advanced oa board tad roam except that HO w aoce is made for any fraction of a week and a fM of taati u charged for leaving the boarding hall aai fifty cat for liavtaga roem ia tern time There is ao teimBdiag of bddkakl feekIt Pays teStay Whey leave made your journeyand are well started in school it pay U stay u leap as possible the Hut Day of fall term is j i tcinber U 1007 l r information er friendly advice writ to tIle Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY rya 110 That Premium KnifeI takes ttke eyes of the mi and boy whose JU The ouaa Ub e toed thing wheatbeysee It and get 75ceat- 5kailewith wobladee ot raeOuc steel aaaa dollar i worth mow to the wouetalapesple than any other dolkr pips ia the world tl Tile Knife awl The Citizen for 9ftDonarJi J 7 That briaM to hea lp taa all MM UM SM full prewlejUrt oa pap 7 I 1 V J 1 THE HOME I Fun for the Children I Icy Mrs 11111 A small boy was asked after his first week in school bow be liked to goto school I like tho recesses was his answer And to most of ui going to school means not only the books and the teacher but the game and the recesses and the play house under the trees Here are some idea for a regular flour dinner which some housekeeper of the future may serve to her dearest friends in the shady playhouse at home or at school For the table take a pasteboard shoebox or letter paper box Mark two inches from each corner on all four sides to within one inch of tho bottom of the box and then connect these marks Borrow your brother knife and cut out the oblong pieces thus marked ofT and you will then have a little table with four substantial legs the bottom of the box forming the top of the table For the table cloth use a piece of clean whitefpapoi The oaktrees will furnish you cups and saucers free of cost Use the lows part of a large sized acorn for the saucer and a smaller acorn for the cup so the cup may have more room in the saucer With brothers knife again cut off the tops of the acorn and scrape out the kernel and the cup is ready to use A tiny dipper may be made by piercing hole in one of the f cup and pushing a slender stick thru until it rests on the opposite side For a center peice you may have a pineapple made of a pine cone about an inch and a half high Cut off the bottom so it willstand firm on the table Cn the top pin a small bunch of coarse grass tips tied togetho with a thread Use the petals of a bright colored flower that will lie fiat i when the lower part is cut off for a mat to place under the pineapple Wild rose petals or a nasturtium will make a beautiful mat For a fine fresh fish carefully open a large milkweed pod in the seam which you will find on the rpunded side and take out the beautifu white fish composed of the seeds clinging to their downy wings Cut out a piece of white paper the shape of a fishs tail and fasten it on with a little paste or the white of an egg Also gum a small round spot of inked paper in position for an eye Place your fish on a large green leaf for a dish Hollyhock seeds which are packed together in rounded forms wil furnish cheeses and two should be placed on the opposite sides of the table For salad mix shredded orange from the a dandelion shred ded strawberries from the red color blossoms and shredded cocoanut from white clover petals When well mixed serve them on a pretty greet leaf plateThe redseed vessels of the rose bush will make a pretty plate oT red 0apples to place between the pineapples and the salad ur table will be very pretty to look at but I advise you to sample mothers lunch basket before serving this feast ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School By Prof Dlnimore Part 3rtlcal Teaching 7 Increasing Attention and Interest Every experienced teacher knowal that attention is absolutely necessary to learning No new thing comprehended remembered without it Not a listless halfhearted bu an eager all absorbing attention must be given and it should be givei voluntarily When it is secured by the constant calling back of wandering minds it is of little value How to secure and hold the attention is one of the greatest problems of the teaoher Now the key to attention is interest So long as interest holds attention is freely given but as interest diminishes attention lags When the teacher finds it necessary to call for attention he may know that interest is on the wane Then is the time to change tactics to reorganize ones 1forces to bring up the reserves Unless interest is regained defeat is in Let us then consider this matter of interest When a teacher first enters a school he is not responsible for the in terest or lack of it the pupils may have in acquiring knowledge But he is responsible for their interest in the subjects he teaches It is not a very difficult matter to arouse the interest of children The difficulty lies in holding it Knowledge itself is interesting and if it is rightly presented 1t will awaken and develop interest Therefore if the children loose interest k in their lessons the teacher should take himself vigorously to task to dis ticoverthe cause It may be accounted for in one of two ways either the subject matter is not adapted to the understanding of the children or it is not presented to them in a right manner Our first care should be that the lesson should not be too deep for their understanding that they should be connected with their experiences and expressed in lan guage they can understand It is equally essential that the teacher shall be interested and in full sympathy with his pupils- If these points are properly observed the next care is that the lessons shall be presented id an interesting manner They must be made to touch t the lives of the children in their everyday experiences Knowledge to be interesting must be usable and it falls upon the teacher to show them how to use their new found knowledge Every child is interested in something 4 and is anxious to learn more about that something We must find out his interests and make our beginning from them If horses or dogs attract him we must tell him new things about them and show him how he can find out much more by learning to read If for example his interest i lies in horses read to him the story of Alexander the Great at fourteen years of age riding a fiery young horse that no one else could master This will arouse his interest in Alexander so that be will want to know all about him and ho will go from interest to interest until he is safely on the highway to knowledge If dogs interest him more tell him of tho dogs of St Bernard rescuing travelers from the snow in the Alps mountains and a like result will follow Continued Next Week I THE FARM I The Hobson Idea Plan of Hero of Merrlmso to Improve His Congressional District From the New York Tribune Ily J A Iloniteel Ph D llurcun of Boil Washington D C The world knows Captain Richard Pearson Hobson as the man who sankthe Merimac and raised the Maria Theresa They know the former naval constructor as a war hero and an enthusiastic advocate of international peace through the compelling force of an adequate navy They will come to know him as a representative of the 6th Alabama District in Congress who in less than a month after he was entitled to his seat before be bad made any official appearance upon the floor of the House had orga nized a new movement in agricultural education and had launched new idea on the world Captain Hobson represents nine agricultural counties they present everyaspect from rolling fertile prairies of black waxy land to ragged forest clad hills and mountain slopes They produce cotton almost to thee exclusion of all other cultivated crops Tbey are clothed with forests of pine and hardwoods They are often thinly populated with settlements S remote from markets or from trasnportaion to markets The stranger is taking advantage of a confiding people and buying for a song vast tracts of valuable forest and farm lands Captain Hobson studied the work of the United States Department oft Agriculture and found that it could bring help and prosperity to his peo i pIe His idea was to organize a corps of Agricultural Department experts to carry help to his constituents Bulletins and circulars reports and find 9 ings of commitees did not have the message he would convey He wanted plain talks from plain talkers to plain people on plain subjects He applied to the department for its experts The Secretary of Agriculture and the capt are I representative of the bureau of soils is Mr Bonsteel the soil man The cotton expert from the bureau of plant industry is Mr Wilson the cotton man The forest expert from the bureau of forestry is Mr Hall the tree man The engineer from the office of road inquiry is Mr Lan tcaster the road man Thus all are introduced by Captain Hobson him self the Congress man iiI Continued Next Wok r Wlllaens Words Continued from Pint Pile pense of our Democratic neighbors I had Intended to Inflict upon you a much longer speech than i am going to make but the night is warm and I will give further Installments later on I am going to carry the flag through all the State and to do what the Lor gives me the power to do to rcdcer the State and to restore law and order in the Government and equal and free elections in all the Commonwealth- I will take a moment to say to yo that I asked some man In public the other day to tell me what the Democratic party had done for Kentucky or what it had done for the South I asked It in the first public meetln we had In the campaign In this city because Mr Watterson a day or two before had spoken In the great Cour IcrJournal the Democratic Bible of how the Democratic party came Into power and then went out with two flickers and a flutter and anything but a blaze of glory and that expression seemed to my mind the solemn truth and one that everybody could understand and remember Then I asked In this public meeting what the Democratic party had done for Ken tucky The next day or two after tha the Democratic Bible the Courier Journal had an editorial In which It actually printed that question and then went on into a long laughing ed itorial and closed without the expression of a single thing that the Democratic party had done for Kentucky You can never find a man who car tell you what It has done for Ken tucky I say furthermore that It haa done less for the solid South since the war It has never recognized thi solid South but has taken everything It could get and given nothing In re turn The Democrats have Voted foi anything that the Northern Democrat put upon them The Republicans and this Is a word for us to take home tc ourselves the Republicans of the Sout have been too much In the habit ol saying It Is no use to contend against all this prejudice the majority Is too great against us Since our childhood we have been taught to believe that the right shall ultimately prevail and this should be borne In mind I ask you what It has done for Kentucky Can you name a single good thing that they have done except here and there something the people pushed upon them Have they sought to glv us a square dealt We have adopted a constitution by a vote of the whole people and one of the fundamental articles was free and equal elections and the division of the districts ac cording to population Can any square Kentuckian look another square Kentuckian In the face and pretend that the districting that we have in this State Is honest or decent or honorable I pledge the Republican party if It gets into power and adopts a re districting bill that It will be one that will be just and proper and will di vide the State according to the geog raphy and the census as a surveyor might divide It and I pledge this people that if an unfair bill should be adopted I will veto It What have they done for tho money of Kentucky Before Governor Bradley went Into power the condition was such that a gentleman told me he was buying State warrants from fifty to thirty cents on the dollar When Governor Bradleyi administration came In they got dollar for dollar and made the greatest profit In all their lives When Governor Bradley went out all debts were paid and money In the treasury and since then they have raised the taxes collected more money than ever before collected money from the United States on n war claim and today where do they stand 7- They have Increased your taxes and spent the money in the treasury they have a balance now but they have spent more than they took In and have mortgaged the future by Incum icrlrig the State with a host of useless offices What have they done for the Demo rate Are the Democrats any better tf7 We call the roll of tho old Democrats and where is John Carlisle today Where Is William Lindsay the gall nt Confederate soldier the great fudge of the Court of Appeals a man hat Kentucklans of both parties loved and admired Ho is In another country and illustrates again that a propho Is not without honor save in his own country Where Is Senator Blackburn They tell me he Is In a ditch Laughter And that the Republican admln atratlon has to take care of him There Is another oxGovernor and ex lenator McCreary He has gone Into nocuous desuetude You can call the roll and the great names are gone I am not here to abuse any one I am here in the Interest of the bortherhoo of Kentucky I long for the time when re shall not speak ill even of tho party of our neighbors It Is not in the Republican heart to abuse a nan because he Is a Democrat A nan has a right to be a Democrat if ho wants to I am sure he will have ome trouble In explaining to St Peter when he goes up above Laughter and applause My neighbors and friends we are to choose this night between continuing 4 management of affairs such as II have described or making a change What Is the object of the change The first object Is to redeem the Stat from a condition of things that op presses the people with unncccssar Offices burdensome taxation and all this unfairness I will pledge to try to give you a square deal and a now departure In politics I for one pray that this movement begun hero to night may be the beginning of a move ment that shall see disappear all then partisan feuds and bitterness partisan feuds within parties as well all betweeen parties How much happier a family Is that gets along In love and affection I How unhappy is it when differences arise Neighbor and friends we want no dissensions I wish Kentucky to come to that con dition where each party shall pray the the other party shall be just as honor able Just as fair just as square Just as good as they so that the people of Kentucky will go onward and upward In a career of happiness and prosperity that shall be the envy of all the world I shall preach no doctrln of hate I shall preach the doctrine orl a new Kentucky where everyone shall feel encouraged peaceful glad and happy I shall preach the doctrine of friendship In the party as well as between the parties and In the effort I shall undertake this campaign Republican Irwperlly We submit to you a country wonderful and prosperous We do not claim that we are to be credited with the sunshine and the rain and tho sea sons but we do claim to be credited with so administering the laws of this land that the whole country share alike In Its prosperity and that the South has become rich beyond the dreams of Its dearest lover that the North has expanded and that the whole country has developed together In one grand harmonious march toward prosperity and that today undo the Republican party this country 11 the first country on earth and we an all partners in It We have begun this work I shall not say anything In regard to my part In It but I want to call you to witness that you an all partners In this cause I did not urge my candidacy upon this people but I have been ready tc do my duty I do not wish to have It regarded as a sacrifice for the honor and the glory of being trusted to lead In this fight Is beyond all price and any man ought to be willing to exer else his strength for the chance and privilege of such an effort I feel that from the bottom of my heart We have met together to continue this work I heard the nomination of my neighbor Mr Cox for Lieutenant Governor as I entered the hall 1 hope It will be a good pair toMr Bradley Interrupting To draw to Laughter Mr Willson continuing We are to go forward and select the rest of the ticket May I say one word that is not Intended to suggest anybody or to turn down anybody but you are here as the representatives ot a quarter of a million of Republicans and you as their representatives are malting these choices I was not chosen to represent the Fifth District I have been chosen by the voice of the people of all Kentucky to represent all Ken tucky In this battle Republicans and others wishing a change in our Government It Is not the Fifth District that has selected mo I promlSe you that the Republicans of Louisville will come together as they have never come before You are here to choose these officers not for any district but for all tho districts Their aret be wen that are to roprglantthe- whole State and in selecting a candidate we must consider the duties that are to devolve upon the particu lar officer Tho people of Kentucky look to you to select the best man for the office They are entitled to the tat and nothing cIte There should be no substitution Let us have the rery best you can lay your hands on Dont think that because this district 3r that district asks for it that you ire doing your duty In naming him Wo are choosing for the whole State end the man must be picked for the office There are 10 many worthy men sug sested here that I am sure you cannot go wrong I pledge to you that I im not going to distribute the Governors patronago In the Fifth district They dont expect It of me and I wouldnt do It If they did I am here to represent all of you and all of ho districts and If I shall bo elected I Intend to represent nil the districts and If an applicant for an office came from a district that gave a Dcmocratl majority and he was the best man for the office I would give it to him When you give a man an office because ho Is from a certain district wIthout regard to fitness and when you exchange votes with another pledging In return to vote for on applicant in his district what Is that but grafting and buying votes Let us have done with It I appeal to you to allow unselfishness to characterize his convention I feel the honor be towed upon mo more deeply than I can tell you and I am going to ask for help from you to do that duty hon estly and unselfishly without any Idea of personal profit- I thank you for the trust reposed In me I will try to do my part but you are responsible for yours and yoi must do your part No man alone la anything but just one man I am ono In two million just as each of you and I can only do one mans wort If I represent tho great cause In wtolc a quarter of a million hearts are In terested then my efforts are strength cued by their help and I go forward on the full tide of their power and might It I go alone I am absolute helpless It Is only as I speak wha Is In your heart as I do what Is you wish that what I say has strength Sometlnies wo have almost felt tha Providence had forgotten us but 1Ie never docs These things came right in time and It is Intended that tho course of the race shall be upward an onward It was never Intended that a great State like Kentucky should bin the background but that wo should be a grand and glorious people and I am here to work to bring that to pass to bring Kentucky back to her glory and to make her warmhearted hospitable name a real one not only to strangers within her gates but to neighbors within Now again with an aftectlonat greeting to all and with an appeal to everyone to do all In his powe from now until the polls close In November to canvass his district and precinct and to talk to his neighbor and bring everybody to the cause Ibid you goodnight AN IPeCHAL STEP British HfLtrtfo Shrn cf Sm t Its Pwr London June 1The three days debate In the house ot cAmmons ed at midnight when Premier nc1I bellRannermans resolution la of curtailing the power of the of lords In vetoing blue passed la the house of commons was carried 43t to- UT amid loud ministerial cheers PunsUn Tu h4 the Quick Saa FrancWco June 25 Genera Funaton whose letter to the Fourth of July commltt refusing to parade the regular troops under his command because he feared trouble at the bands of the unwhlpped mob la San Fran- Cisco has led to considerable comment and criticism declares that he has re calved a number of threatening Utters one of which said he would meet the fate of Steunenberg If he dared to parade his troops OB the streU of Son Francisco An Important Ruling St Louis June nA decision has been handeJ down by Judge Pollack In the United States circuit court holding that the tax of 1317779 lev led upon the estate of Judge George A Madill as a SpenlshAmerican war tax was as illegal action It Judge Pollacks decision Is amrmed by the supreme court the result will be that 7000000 collected by the United States as a war tax must be returned Fifty Find Watery Grave Santiago Chile June 6Tbe Pa attic Steam Navlgatlpn companys casting steamer Santiago trading between Panama find the south coast of South America has been wrecked In a heavy squall fifty miles north of Corral One passenger and one officer TheIbering about fifty are reported to have perished Dissolved Injunction Guthrie Okla June 2GThe Okla- oma supreme court has dissolved the njunctlon Issued by District Judge Pancoast restraining the constitutional nventlon from submitting to a vote of the people the constitution draWn for the proposed new state of Okla soma The convention doubtless wilt now be called together Immediately tad a new date for the election set Tw Sank Hard Hit Harbin June tIA revolutionist dressed as an omcer of the frontier guards drew 30000 from the Russo Chinese bank on a forged check and decamped Vladivostok June 211The Russo Chinese bank paid out yesterday 350 100 on a forged check The man to whom the payment was made ca aped No Material Chang San Francisco June 28The telegraphers strike situation hero does not change on the surface It is claimed by the strikers that the Western Union Is tied up tighter on the sixth fay of the strike than on the evening the strike was called Mr Tim for Schmitz San Francisco June 28 Passing of sentence on Mayor Eugene E Schmitz convicted of extortion In the French estaurant cases has been postponed until July f AntlClg Law Invalid Chicago June 29Judge Chytraus declared that the law passed by the last legislature in this state prohibit- Ing the sale of cigarettes la Illinois II Invalid Thai Intensity of confined sound Is 11 ustrated at Carlsbrooke castle Isle of Height where there is a well 200 feet deep and twelve feet la diameter lined rith smooth masonry When a pia to topped Into It the sound of it striking tlte surface of the water 182 feet below CUI be distinctly heard IMPORTANT CHANGE 1 IJ Uncle Sam Place Addllfonal Re f slrlcllani Upon Entranci elIUndwlrabli Foreigners NEW LAWS ARE NOW IN EFFECT I Sara Fixed More Rigidly Against the Hurts of Europe Overflow Steam ship Companies Held In Stricter Accountability for Their Dereliction In Thle Direction New York July IThe new ImrntIgratlon laws placing numerous lions upon the Incoming of undesirable foreigners went Into effect today The most Important change brought about by these acts which congress pasted in February Is the increase of the head tax from as to 14 with the provision that nil over 12000000 of the revenue so derived will revert to the United States treasury Instead of being entirely devoted to the uses of the Immigration bureau Inasmuch as the Immigration for the past two years has been over a million annually the Income to the government from this source will be considerable Another change makes the steam ship companies subject to a fine of 1100 for transporting physically or mentally defective Immigrants or those afflicted with loathsome or con tagious diseases The law further pro I vides for exportation of women found to be leading Immoral lives wlthli three years after their arrival The Immigration officials are also empow ered to arrest those who harbor women of this character and fixes a fine of 5000 and Imprisonment for fiveeyears Is event of conviction for su n I fltteneafDEATH OF FRANCIS Great Aiettle of Temperance Passes Away In Csllfemls Los Angeles Cal July 1FrancisiMurphy the wellknown temperance lecturer died at 1030 a m Sunday ritUburg July 1Francll Murphy first came Into prominence as a temperance advocate In this city In 1S76 Under his leadership a blue ribbon propaganda resulted In thpusands of men signing the Murphy pledge and attracUng national attention Fifteen meetings were held In Library hall I following which a call for funds was made to carry on the campaign In other clUes In a few minutes prom taint and Wealthy men who had become followers of Mr Murphy subscribed 15000 Subsequently meet tags were held throughout the United States CHINESE THEATER HORROR s Entrance Flocked During Fire and Five Hundred Perish Miserably Victoria O C June l7A horrible holocaust Is reported In mall advice from Hong Kong where 600 Chinese of the audience atIt Chinese theater and ten of the actors were burned to death when the native theater was destroyed by fire The flames spread rapidly and the building collapsed blocking the entrance with burning 11 debris The origin of the fire Is said to be due to the Igniting of explosives concealed under the floor of the theater the fire following the explosion Without Food for a Month Belleville 111 July IAfter since May 30 during which futlnrLasted nothing but water Dr i 2ales broke his fast Sunday by par taking of a small quantity of malted t milk Beginning his fast nt 102 pounds he lad lost 28 pounds Ills chest measurement has been reduced prom 43 to 40 Inches and waist from U to 34 Inches Governor Magoons Tenure Washington June 28It Is said that Governor Magoons admlnlstra tlon in Cuba will continue for about eighteen months longer the taking of the census hlch Is now progressing and tho procuration for the election to select a native president requiring bout that time THE MARKETS CatockIndianapolis Oraln and Livestock Wheat Wagon 80o No 2 red 3c CornNo2 B4c OatsNo 2 mixed 44c Hay Clover 1700 12000 timothy 180002000 millet 12001400 Cattle 2500665 logs 5000605 Sheep 3000525 ambs3660600At WheatNo2 red 85V4c CornNo 2 BGHc OatsNoI 46c Cattle 4750685 Hogs 4B00625 Shoep 225476 Lambs 5000700 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red97c Cora No 2 64c OataNoI 43c Cattle iteers 4500700 stockers and feeders 3000500 1I0IS560610- Sheep400ea26 Lamba3660 0p59 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500610 Hogs 5500 Uti Sheep 3500460 Lambs 650 165- At East Buffalo CattleUOOel5 Hogs 6509 646 Sheep 3000550 Lambs3600 J759 Wheat at Telede Den 9191 July Mo cask J8o i r 4 f I I 1 ALL R EA3c01I11trt MickeyFinnsiv CrackerI The ciploilon that wound tile Fourth of July Celebration- on Cooney Island Two mammoth flrecraekera stood It the window of Cn oy grocory The Were 12 Inches long and proportion thlc- ltVr II month before tho Fourth ot July those KlfptnUo Indloatore of on thujlasm had stood In the window like Urltlih soldiers on dma pnrade white predatory ipldor hung a filmy ham I nook between them and cnlml killed uh buixlng victims over two powder TO I DOR The ftreeraekori wore tho admira lion rod the spry of all tho boys In Oooney UlMd It was Mjdum that a ymithfw 110M was not flattened agalnot the wIMcw Nape In artloat covetogs lies 11 Ute1IrJH dtiMMl d bjr Casey Tortli thutulMra WM prohibitive so I far is neluaye Vet concornod and thoroWM lqt on of tbflJf jiauiqtc or eertrs1a Sq W Xlvtif ItIMnlttoWty pat ovon Ins when b bad ben ant bp Hu nwiUllfJtDfArcnv1cWr ota tufksNtt- eaagQ haU aIIJ ill JlQJk Mr CaiMy I H now that whin waa o cater We fallows wlnt off It would Mow they stars out of the kyr his Mind final with blissful Jhnuptl of rr shtYtxpIOllooa Casey stopped mMMrloff wt a halt pint of New OtHena moaseeb raised a monitor Onger ami ropllod ducky my hey Id hi qfeord to tell you what void happon If I stood wan 0 thin big follow out on the side walk awl lauciuHl the atom wld the lighted tad or a ave coot clpnnr Tho 1iloilO wxuid be tcrrlblo terrible ray acn TwooM make your head ring reelsparksVnuld It blow tho house down asked the boy In an awed whisper No 1 Uont think It would said Casoy It might shako tho ohlmly down MId break all tho glass In the r wlndye in small pieces and there would be IlII ttln tho streets as would till an Imply barrel o flour Oh j but thltn big fellow Is mistily power Cul lIck mighty powerful They use them In China to kill murderers and robbers Thoy put wan n thlm big firecrackers bechuno tho teeth of a murderer and make him light the fuse wld his own hand and blow his own head off Thlm Chinese is mighty crooL Mickey mighty crool This vfttd description inflamed Mick eys desire which way Caseys motive ClhAdenCCovetoUineis c In telling it for the fncldcnt occurred aR thoovotot tho Fourth and Casey was afraid titan the blp Srccrackcra would beoarjrled pxor tbenatonal hnj udday and remain a lost OB hla hands U order to deepea Uia Iraprcasloa al r ready made upon the boy Casey permitted him to handle ono of the twins Tho boys eyes had widened to their utmost capacity when ho was outside the wlndqw but now that ho could eel the rod Jacket his hands trembled with the eagerness Of pos session and ho would have given ten years of hit life to own IL Take It along wId you Mickey said Casey caJolinGly Tblm crack era woro made In Chow Chow In China tor tho Coonoy Island trade and 1 want to got rid of thlm I havo on hand before I tend anther order to Wan Lung the haythln But 1 have no money said Mlok ey sorrowfully My father Is gain to gIve me three bunches of litho flro crackers and a plnwhtol but I know ho wouldnt buy wan o thlm big lire crackers for me Well continued Casey you come down here tomdrrpw mornln and carry In a ton coal fat me and Ill give ycfu the big cracker The next morning Mickey wail busy lor two hours carrying chestnut coal In a nail keg and dumpinglt In Caseys collar lust after noon with a smite covered With coal dbsl and fc bosom Had Fallen Aileep full of chuckles hq received his prize No grass grew under his bare feet ns be ran homeward the precious powder mlno clasped to his bosom Holding the big firecracker aloft us ho darted through tho kitchen door he exclaimedMother have 111 Aint It a bcuutyr Well I dont see anything about It to be makln a rues over said Mrs Finn who like most mothers had no love for fireworks Now dont be brlngln It nearer to me as Mickey ran toward her I dont want to ho blown into tho tnlddlQ o noxt reek Throw tho dirty thing away Im afecrcd o mo llfo while you have IlIIyour handy Now dont bo goln near the stove wld Ill Arrab yo little spalpeen will yo take It oft the stovoT Take it off afore yo blow the roof oR the house nod tho frightened woman ran Into the bedroom and peered through tho keyhole With tho recklessness of boyhood Mickey exclaimed as ho lit a match and reduced his mother to hysterics by pretending to light tho firecracker stem You neednt bo afcorcd mother Ill nip It out nforo it goes air In this slmplo fashion tbo afternoon of the Fourth passed away In tho Finn household veiled by the boy with oc casional visits to tho neighbors whom ho throw Into a panic of tear by pre tending to light tho big explosive Mrs Murphy and her throe children wire gathqred around tho kitchen table when Mickey placed tho lighted mammoth In tho zuk dlo of tho table Two of tho bo s lcldOrst through tho window whllo Mt Mur phy tried to crawl Under tho kitchen stove AH this excitement afforded the boy a good deal ot dellghtbut ho reserved for the evening the culmina Lion dt his toy He Intended to blow his father up da he sat la his chair qa the back stoop Mickey tnpuihtif RouldppaIn spring to ecly lug acroM the balk yard and plow lug up the ground with bit uoie li order that he might have an audlcnci appropriate to RO great on occasion Mlokoy had spread tho news anion otl tho boys of the neighborhood ah4 at bind oclock CO boys sat on the fence surrounding the back ynrdMf Finn tired ot the excitement of the day had fallen asleep in his rocking chair on tho back stoop when MIcko lit the stTem of tho big crackor n4 pfaccd It carefully under Uls fanchairThe moon shone brightly IIIurolnAt Ing tho grin on every boyish toed Every car was strained to catch the faint hissing of the fuse and every eye Intent upon the sleeping man The fuso burned Itself out ODd the silence and suspense was deepening A mlnuto passed und another until Mlokoy could stand the strain no long or Ito reached down and llftvd tht fircorackor from beneath the chair i As ho held It up In tho moonlight to examine it a mosquito lit upon hit fathers nose and the old gentleman awoko Grabbing UiaflrccraQkcrfrorc his sons hand ho arose and holding II aloft ho said Boys thoro will bo no oxplosloc tonight Im sorry to disappoint you I was nfoerod that Mickey might do some harrum wld that bigcracker tvhln ho wasnt lookln this afternoon 1 took the powder out of It aqt flllel It wld clay So you see that thoBhon Is over and yo may as wall go home tcoxploslonawld d shlnglo afore I turn in 6001 night to yoall Como around some othsr rifsht win there Is souiethlb dofdt J aI Ji tI iFOURTHsOF JULY DONTSI1 Dont Blow the children to bend Over fireworks which will not go off They sometimes c1Olt unoxpcc eaiy with Unfortunate results to ttie little meddler e c a r Dont neglect to stirid for a physi clan at ono In tho case Of4 serious burn to prevent a possible agar 01 worse stilt blood poisoning from Ig norant or Improper treatment of ttv wound Dont forget to havosomo remedliiJ for burns at hand When thO oklr is not broken by a burn scrntie a tAw potato placo on a plo of soft liner and use as a poultice DtcarbonatQQ- I804ftlhe ordinary baking sodascxcellent for burns whether Sae sklb Is broken or not U broken apply the dry sPdai ftinbrokcn dampen rho soda with water to mako a apply to tho spot Tho Vain will be Instant ly relieved A- taDont leave the windows of a town hdtiso open It It Is to bo Idft lot the day Stray rockets and sparks may find ad entrance AboutFirecracker The greater part bf the almost J2000000 worth bt firecrackers anna ally exported by C hlns comes to New York And the United States stand next to China In Is Uso of them womapfindfirecrackers for there are no manu factories there the work being done by hand They receive only nbbui 1140 for making 10000 firecrackers laboring from six In tbo ragrnlng until 11 at coven days a So a ChInese woman or child works llko a slavo fpr two days tocarti what Is spent on a few bunches of flrccracK jusUcoMaking Colored Fire To produce colored fire metal filing are to compost ion steel filings for brilliant fire or dint Iron filings for Chlheao Ate Copper flings glvo a greenish tint to flame zinc filings give a OUf blue color powdered magnesium to dazzling white light amber colophony or com mon salt affords a yellow flro Lampblack produceD a very rod color with gunpowder and a pink with otter In excess and it Is used for making golden showers Verdigris Imparts a jiaU grocn sal ammoniac a palm tree green i barium salts a grass green potassium plcrato u whistling sound camphor a very white llama an aro matlo fumis Nearly Broke1 Ella My faco la my fortune eatamore 1 fiend Advice t Keep the wound opea and isad foi- the doctor T l ESn1sa oJ IJ C SPEGTED OF FFIEDh1ilN11HEN- t fLAPCD ON STAN p t t LOT AND COU1TEB PLOTS e IHr Dy Detectives and Officials of State tc j Crush Federation Vlll Be Claimed i lathe Defelice 6f Haywood BoUe1 Ida JulylTho nlluged con iplracy of the PlnkbrtOn Natlodal Do tettlvo agency underretalner from the Mine Owners association and the CHI Siena Alllancti ot Colorado and Idaho tel destroy tho Western Federation1 Minors wilt bo taken up wuoii the trial of William D Haywood is te attheOrchard it is charged was dimply an agent Tho chief witness IB ads Mbr rla Friedman formerly a tttunograpbuf for the Plnkortona at the headquarters ol the western division In Dunvcr It IB alleged that Krledhlhn lit an agent of the socialists and the Western f doraUon secured the iioiltloh in the Plnkerton employ for the purnoso of tilting on the Plnkprtons Some of tt o dully reports of the ollcfnlorsItol iplpyed by tho agony V ostertt Federation and attend meets IS s of the local unbar and If poial M secure their own election 10 office jji those unions Friedman had teat fji d wore given him to copy He made n cupy for IIlmHlt and now produces d umber of thoso reports which have I bi on marked for IdontlOcatlau as ovl ill pro but which have not bow reaJ In court In fact Clarence Darrow Q for the defonsa stated to- ludoVood that himself had nut road reports Tho aUml Rlblliy W those ooplos of reports as evidence will 110 argued By tho Introduction of Wltnaes r lodman on thq lent dill of the first week of the Inning of the defouso a mpro positive light Is thrown upon the IOAlUon taken by the kttornuys who rfre endeavoring to defer Hay wood and the other pRlclals oMlio Western 1po oititlon of Mjnora from the charge of daoBplrcy to murder It Is clearly In lltjatod thpt It la Q8 1 to show a conspiracy to oxtprnilnate tho 11 Federation waft so far as to secure tho Indlctmortt of tho highest oulclals of tho fadorathni on the chiirge 6Ctninrdot n il lr that when Orchard was irrlntedonthe charge of the murder Pf former GOT Stouhonbert ho wan In duqed by the Plikcrtona to malio a qoureMlPn Implicating Hajnvood Mpir r 1embone Steve Adams Ja ik fllfrS nnll ri hdititiefrof dthtr olf c es omf tho JoAi n u tosUcfiin mb- iSeatern nt Oiat Inflict tt1ili ld 1J ngdlnst liriu lh ItWic In furtherance of the wino ownteiV tonslpracy It Is chatted that further IncrlmlnaMu ovldetree was manufactured by tho Plnkertons Iu support of Orchards confession aoj thai Haywood the secretary and url of the extern Vdderatlon I Moy qrthc president of the orgfahMmHon nnJ PcUlbdne a formdf member of the X 5utIv6 bow might be ctfnvlctoa of a annual Offense and executed while rtiBbyv other oulcers and mombops of thb federation were plated In Jeopardy of trial on similar chargoot connplracy BROKEN RAIL Caused the Wreck of the Frisco Can IT ijoh Ball L ayettevillc Ark lily ltrrlL Prlscbs fast south bound Cannon Ball train charge at CnU t t IJaHer pijj Engineer Stevenson was wrecked Itvd nibs from here as the result of q washout A heavy freight bad pats qd rover tho track after the torm breaking a section from the taU two fed In length This was nut noticed hy tha crew and no warnlnswas left l gl1 crStecnscn was but a tow tout trap the tjrouwp whoa he saw It wai jtoolato to stop the train Ho opouud the throttle wide with the hope ot run nliife over the gap This paved many Jlvds as ho passed safely cv r with hla Cnsltte liaggago car cmpKer and chair curlthe8fi care keeplbg the trii when tqJ1iwhqt jJMuaJ jvaa QII o to + i ili1fll car T ip s sera yptaardLp4eeeArJt WIS tnorq s any ono else but wilt live Destroys Thirty Buildings Mineral W lft Te3rJUiyl Mneral W 11tVa3 threatened with ilestfuc- tlbrfby UreTlle fire staffed in the AtnltsmentCdMineral Wellssanltarlum afaurlslory brick filled with patients These wero nil moved out and no loss of life Is reported The Mineral Wells bath housewas totally destroyed aa were the llthla pavllllon and part of the Wnhn Hotel About 30 small frame structrires were nUo burned The total loss will foot up over 100000 Shot By Negro Boy Columbia S C July ITho belly of Richard Williams a farmer was found In tho yard of a negro family named Baker near Sprlngflcld It la alleged ihat when hailed Williams retussri In give Ala namo or his business where upon a boy pf the fumil shot him Brothers Billed battle Creek Mich July 1 7Karl AVJ n ed 10 and Roborf D aged C pF ioftes p t SYtgglns wprO 111111 rbeP kruaoyorC1pndTrunk excursion on abridge J FROM ALL OVERTHE STATEI I BY MUTUAL CONSENT Prominent LfveStocK Firm Dissolves I and Divides the Assets Glasgow KyThefirm of Lazarus i rrTLAltscheler of Horso Cave and Prank Richardson of jQlaygowV lhas been dls solved by mutual cpnent rho firm of Lazarus Altscheler ICo has boon in business for about 12 years and at the time of the dlssolu lion owned more than 2000 acres of land besides bank stock the Bourbon stock yards stock and railroad stock to the amount of ovor 100000 In the division Mr Altscheler gets oho land of the company between Iforao Cave and Cave City and around Horse Cave Mr Richardson gets thee real estate and town property In and near Glasgow while Mr Lazarus gets tho Bowling Green property The other Interests of tho firm such as stocks catties and niuloa will bo divided here after Tho dissolution was not caused by any friction or til feelings of any member of the company but was made on tho Idea that It was beat while tho firm was In a prosperous condition and each member alive and able to take taro of his own Interest FROM TWO JAILS He Escaped In as Many Days and Hes Now Captive In a Third Lexington Ky After escaping twice from two different jails during the last two days Thomas Thomas wanted on tho charge of disturbing religious wor ship was landed finally In the George town Jail by Marshal A B Davis of Sadlcville Thomas hoard while at poorgetown that ho was to be arrested and took refuge among his friends at Stamping Grounds Ho was arrested there arid put In jail but escaped dur ing1 the night and tied to Sadlevllle where ho was ngaln arrested and put In Jail He escaped there but was cap tured after a long chase and taken to Georgetown by Marshal Davis IMurderer Makes His Escape Sergont Ky Clad lit womans cloth Ins and carrying small handbag In an effort to avoid suspicion Leon Mag gard 38 alle od tolIe a desperate murderer from Leslie county passed through the Rcokhousd Creek section headed toward the Knpjt county mpun talntt pOS 1 tts S lit pursuitM- iigVaYdI U l pharsbdrfqully tour 46rd rank WcllsjJaaHjoat qn the Kentucky rlvorthr ewe s ago A- rowardot 500 Is offwed for his cap ture ThreatI a wealthy cattle dealer of Pike county who has been for years connected with the WHIman faction In the feud trou bles In that county WAS ambushed by two men while passing a clump of bushes on the Esmi Mooro place and probaly fatally shot Ills assailants are not positively known by nnr uric rave the wounded than and ho fetuses to divulge their names saying he will live to get them both A Remarkable Coincidence Paris Ky Residing In adjoining houses on Lllloston avenue are three famines Mr and Mrs A B Lovell Mr find Mrs Jesse Taylor and Mr end Mrs Joe RuttencUttcr each of whom are the proud possessors of twins The moving of Mr and Mrs Lovell to Henderson street breaks this remarkable coincidence T children are all under two years of age More Unsettled Frankfort KyQov Jeckhm re turned from Louisville but went at once to his residence and tnado no statement as to tho result of his Visit to Louisville It is said by his close friend here the question pf the LquUvjIIe appolntmehsls In a mpro condition than befotethe governor Visited the metropolis and conferred with the Kills His Cousin + lakljKyIn a drunken carom al on Crafts Colly jiearTlllla ln this county John Mftftganl 37hol and killed Wlllldrt Maggardr 32 hlscoualn In tha latter owfl home idler 11 dis pute over a settlement Magsard fled toward the mountains Both men are well known t Canine Cause of Murder Aahland KysrJohn Bryan was shot and Instantly killed by Francis Fannlp at tl8 Crossings near here The ahpoilns Woe tho result of the stoning of a dog and the assaulting of David Bryan the youthful owner by Dan and Ben Fannin brothers of Francis Lexington Chauauqlia Lexington KyWith the Il1rit t tendance in the history pf tho organi sation Lexington Chautauqua was formally opened Dr 11oC Wharton tz manager Conductor Killed Lexington ic S =Two freight tr6lns- came together In Qun JcCre Cent railway ards here and were tftlo scoped J W McAteb of JJWdfdw Ky conductor of the southbound train wns caught between the cars and kill ed Instantly ii Bloodhound polled I andHarytancasterwhobroke the but die not pleated They were uuder seutonco tot hbuBcbreaklrig t DOUGLAS PARK Will Be Purchased By Agriculture Board For States Fair Louisville KyAt a session hero the Kentucky State Board of Agricul ture rated to purchase Douglas Paik as a permanent grounds and buildings for the Kentucky state fair for a sum of J275000 Tho prlco originally asked by tho Louisville owner of Douglas Park was 1309000 but after a conference be tween Mr Cella and the state fair com mlttfie the former agreed to split the difference or sell tho park for JZ75000 The property Is 129 acres put In at 800 an acre and buildings and Im provements put In at f203078 Tho state fall committee now has on hand 165000 and In order that It might take possession of Douglas Park at Once as Is Us desire It Is necessary that 110000 bo borrowed Thoiriom bers who voted for Douglas Park aro Hubert Vroeland chairman Guthrla W Wilson Bardstown W nlioor man from Qlendcjui O N McQrow Bayou and Lawrence Jones Lows villa The two whovoteil against purcrias lee Douglas Park are ProfM A soveil Lexington and William Adams Cynthlana The purchase of the Doug las Park trash moans that the nvolns meet scheduled there In the fall will be held nt Churchill Downs t NONRESIDENTS Begin to Withdraw Their Personal Property From Kentucky Lexington Krowln to the recent f decision of the Iientuckycourt of apItools that stocks bonds and otherpor eonnl property owned by non residpnta Is taxable at the residence of the ageut or fiduciary Mrs Clara Bell Walsh of St Louis tiled suit In the clrc ticourt to remove theSecurity Trust Co us her trustee for 900000 of her per t sonal property l Tho trust company will not fight UleIcase as It Is understood that thet at i torneys for the company advised Walsh tQ file the suit to avoid 1r1JItaxation Mrs Walsh Is the daugJ1 r t of tho late D D Bell who died hero in IjttZ leaving his estate of 1OPOOOO to his daughter aid two years agoshi I married Julian Walsh of St and soon hall moved hef1 residence LolllaiOfficers of the two hero say t11atnd psjrpretaUpii of theIcourt cf appeals will that + 500000 of personal property ofr Ff nonresident will bo moved from sate Ye Jolly ert kenILouisville KyTho seventh annual session of the Funeral Directors Asso elation of Kentucky a hellh M J Coatlgan of Newporlprosldodho feature of the meeting was an by Coroner Harris Kelly of HU city on The CoOperation of the Coroner and Undertaker Court Reporter Admitted to Bar Paris KyMrS Elizabeth CRogers the first woman ever admitted to prac lice law Pot tho Paris bar was present ed before Judge Robert L Stoutand sworn In by Circuit Court Clerk Chas E Butler Mrs Rogers Is the official court reporter of thc FourteenthjudlJcial district Can Not Tax It Frankfort KyTto court of appeals decided that the Odd Fejlow widows and orphans homo In Lpxh Is purely an Institution of ptibllccharlty as contemplated in Section 176 of the constitution1 and therefore not subject to taxation J D Gr gorSra Suicide Gregoryan ir prominent tobacco man commuted sul cldc cutting his throat lie war a na tlvo of Virginia and was at one Umo In business In Danville 4 8 M Mafleld KJ1rhedeMa1tlA lion of Kentucky Baptists horo and Oll 1Inueln 1I soclaiweek Deiegtes aroarrTlng train about Oil belpgexpect 1 Drowns h Salt River j Iawreflc bur KycrEarl HogeM aged sixteen years one briar known young men of the southern pprt of the county was drowned 1n silt river nelia Bonds mill Governor IntrNew Mayor Frankfort KrJldov 3 C W Beck ham appointed R W BIngham mayoi ot the city of Louisville tosuccetd Mayor Paul CBarth who was deposed by the court of appeals i Ashland Selected MayfleId KyfTbo Kentucky Bap lists aasociatlpn selected Ashland Ky aa the pllIc pf their nextmeetr Ing to he held qnje last Wedneidaj i ot June 1008 1 f New Depot Inspected I j Lexington Ky now union depot which will bo occupied In uly was Inspected by President G W Sq vens of the O ty toad atilt other officials President Stevens said Uw depot was the finest of Its size In Uvl United States A Victim of Heat- Lhxingtofl KyMr Jacob r- J man 76paunt of MrS Rv3olpliBallto of Cincinnati died at her horaifih Je r- aamluacounty i after a evasive hot weather the cause ofher btroflllaiosiljflEJOI ra 0 1M oooitoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe oeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeo I East Kentucky Correspondence i 4 News You Get Nowhere Else m f i t +poo4ce pnbinitd taleia aica4 la laU ky tin writer Tae suss O- eebhahne set at aa rrldtnea of IO falls Write Uialy e0 r nrea nraeOU ACKSOft COU1TV omr ROCK June 24Mrs Virgil Cox departed this life Friday the 14th and was laid to rest Saturday We extend our sympathy to the bereaved husband and family Mr and Mrs A H wn Hams of Alcorn were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Parsons Wednes day John J Sparks the hustling mall carrier Is now employed to carry mall from Drip Rock to Irvlne Mr John Thompson is selling out to- go to Hamilton for a few days Messrs Q M Parsons and J E Sparkman are on the sick IIsLMr1 and Mrs J E Parsons were the guests of Mr and Mrs A B Cotfe Sunday It Is reported that Miss Dlsy Parstns will teach our school this A few of our boys are almost persuaded to make up their minds to attend Borea College this coming faU and winter A wise Idea boys JlO try and carry It out for It Is a very small Investment for so large nn Income nuniEY June 28Lewis Marcura of Waned Was In this community Monday on business Jeorge and Amos McCo turn Bradley Gabbard and Fred Lake are planning to go to Hamilton O where they will staIn a few days for several months Harls lIa cum of Hamilton Ohio was here last week visiting friends and relatives Every body seemed glad to see Mr Mares back again after being absent so long Jake and Dave Gabbard made a business trip to Horse Lick Wednes dayMrs Louisa Gabbard returned Sunday after a visit with her sot John Gabbard Jr of Sand Llck Sltha Angel visited friends and relatives at Sand Lick Saturday and Sun day John Gabbard and Levi Spark of Sand Lick passed thru here Tuesday on their way to MIddletork Mrs Letha Gabbard visited her aunt Mrs W M McCollum on Hooten Creel Saturday Mrs Letha Angel of near Middle Korijjvlslted her uncl and aunt Mr andMrs Jake Gabbard Monday Rlley Gabbard Is quite sick Tommie Angel and Mrs Jake Gab bard Jr wilt visit friends and relatives at Middle Fork Saturday and Sunday QUAY HAWK June 29The little child of Bostoi HUff died on the 22nd ot June It Is supposed that It was polsened by We extern beartylsympathyMlss sting her sister of Berea Mrs John Reynolds who is slcltF F Judd and brothers are thinking of going In to the logging business Stave timber is much neededLast Tuesday was Alexander Ramsey our consta bles busy day He was executing papers on parties concerned it trials In Esq Baileys court Mrs Louisa Tincher who has been sick for some time is Improving J F Hays and Tincher went to town last Tuesday to employ lawyer Baker to represent them in an action in Esq Davidsons court Rev Robt Murray preached at the Judd schoolhouse last Saturday and Sunday and a good crowd was gatheredJ H Parrett found his dog killed Thursday He had been offered 25 for the dog Mr Morgan Neely has begun carrying mall James and Frank Stldham are cutting wheat this week and report a good crop OCKCASUE COUNTY BOONE July 1Mr M Smith and family have returned from Berea Mr Geo Wren Is having a tine houso erected- on his farmMr and Mrs Joe Leav itt were the guests of Mrs Mollie Coylo SundayThe corn crops are much better than were expected in I this vicinity Mrs Elsa Lamb la vis sting friends here this week- ROCKFORD June 26Mr and Sirs Green Fish sundaylevening is progressing nicely Everybody come out next Sunday at halt past two oclockMrs Polly Allman of Richmond is visiting In this vicinity Mrs J P Northern Is visiting her J parents near Berea Little Jimmy and Artie Bullen visited Bertha Bui len Saturday and Sunday Mr Jas Johnson is visiting his cousin Mr Leonard Hamilton tJuly 2I L Martins house burned down Monday July 1st some of the furniture was saved Mamma and Daddy Todd and Aunt Polly Allman visited Mr and Mrs IL E Bullen on- Saturdaydies Pearl McClure was in this vlcinltr today Mrs JBCoye visited Mrs M J Todd one day last werkMr W C Vlars Is attending court at Mt Vernon this weekMr uuvuu o o osa osc W P Anderson of Paint Lick Ky visited his sister Mrs J W Tod SundayMr C H Todd of Crab Orchard visited here from Sunday until Tuesday GARRARD COUNTY WALLACLTON June 30Too Weaver son of Rov Abe Weaver of near Wallaceton while swimming in Silver Creek last Sunday June 23 was drowned His remains wero laid to rest Tuesday In the Kirby graveyard lie leaves one brother and his father to mourn his lossCam Lewis and wife were In Wallaceton last Monday on business 0 L Gabbard of this place sold to J W Bratcher of Berea a nice horse last Thursday G E Brockman and wife were visiting at Dig JIm last SundayD S Botkin painted his dwelling and also his storehouse last week Henry Botkln has painted 111s dwelling recently O L Gabbard and wife stayed over In Berea last Wednesday night Mr and Mm Jessie Maupln and Mrs Alice Clark of Whites Station were the guests of Mrs Clarks father and mother Mr and Mrs George Tisdale last Friday Mrs Ruth Davis was in Berea last week having some dentistry work doneJett Davis and family were the guests of Mr Daviss father nnd mother Mr and Mrs John Davis of White Lick last Sundayc C Elan ton of Berea was the guest ot his daughter Mrs Mary Gabbard last Saturday night The fifth Sunda meeting of the Tates Creek Association was held at Wallaceton Baptist church Juno 29 A fine dinner was spread Saturday and all present enjoyed themselves very muchTaylor Botklns was In Richmond Thursday and purchased a new rubber tiro bug gy Willie and Walker Blanton of Berea took dinner with 0 L Gabban and wife last Sunday LEE COUNTY IIAXFORD June 26Mr Harlan Qulllon and Mr Talby Smith were the guests of Mr M D Walls last Sunday Mi James Cecil and wife visited Mrs Ce ells parents Major and Mrs Brander burg Saturday end Sunday The little child of Mr and Mrs Lewis Abner Is quite slckMrs Retta Thomas of Heldelburg has been visiting herl mother Mrs Amanda Brandenburg his weekMr and Mrs John Ingran visited Mrs Ingrams parents Sunday Just a year ago there were only twt houses In Banford Today there areI I eventyflve a mill two and a postofflce There is plenty of work and wages are good Our little own is improving rapidly OWSLEY COUNTY TRAVELLERS REST June 28lIIr D G Rowlett and family of Hamilton Ohio have been visiting friends hereMr Walter lennan who has been very sick It Improving slowly Messrs Kob and lob Botner left for Hamilton recently Misses Ella Botner and Agnes Un lerwood visited Miss Sarah Bolnei undayMr Mose Price lost a fine ow lost weekSeveral of the friends of Mrs Mollle Malnous called on ber Thursday Mrs Heinous has been sick for some time but is Is Improv- Ing In an Eastern Walled City The gates of all walled cities erusalem Damascus Cairo Tangier Malta Gibraltar and other eastern citiesare closed at night and not pened again until sunrise and in the Moorish cities of the interior there are also gates built across tho narrow streets at frequent Intervals hroughout the city which are locked at night effectually preventing the circulation of the people Mammon In the Tempi Tls Greece but living Greece no- moro The quarries of the island of Paros whence came the marble for the Venus do Medici the Venus de Milo and the Venus Capltollne are owned and worked by an English corn pany f 6tay and Silence The origin of the corset Is essen tally unarlstocrallc A butcher In the thirteenth century had b talkative wife who was in addition something at a virago To reduce her to silence he Imprisoned her body in the first pair of stays Wives have Imitated and Improved upon the idea of the thirteenth century butcher but stays and silence have ceased to bet syno yms Bright Scholar An examiner was testing the Scrip ural knowledge of a school What do you know of Cornelius was the ueallon he wrote upon the blackboard One boy wrote in answer Cornelius was a man who played the teaturloa la the Italian band I zta KAIUWAY MI RGERp Impertant Announcement In Conn lion with Queen A Crescent Chattanooga Tenn July JtJprominent railroad man high up In omclal circles is the authority for the statement that the ClnclnqatlI New Orleans 1 Texaa bama Great Southern New Orleans INortheastern Alabama Vlcksburg and Vicksburg Shreveport Ir Palt1o railways constituting what Is famll larly known as the Queen Crescent route Is soon to be consolidated In reality under one head with headquarter at Cincinnati The merging of the five toads it Is said will be tho result of the purchase of the rillwI Orleans and Northeastern operating from Meridian to New lOr leans tho Alabama I Vicksburg rail road operating from Meridian to Vicksburg and the Vicksburg Shreveport t Pacific railroad operating from VIcksburg to Shreveport from the English syndicate which control and operates them under one rant ngement y IRACING PLANTsqLDII 411 Douglas Park Taken Over by Stat I of Kentucky I c Louisville Ky Juty 1 Douglai Park the racing plant equipped and put Into commission last year as 11 western Jockey club the formation of thecoursefoUowtnrI association has been tucky state board of 290000 Th plant will the home of the Kentucky state beI association The plant was Bold Louis A Cella of St Louis No tn formation could be had as to whether the racing dates allotted for this yea to the Western Jockey club would braced at Douglas Park or not but In view of the truce recently brought about between that organization and the American Turf association It Ia thought probable that the dates will be filled at Churchill Downs MANY MILLIONS INVOLVED Valuable Property In Heart of Rich Oil District at Staker1 Barllesville I T July IProperty valued at 40000000 throughout CUte oil district of the Indian Territory It Involved In a suit of Mae Evelyn Hall by her father J Eugene Hall against the Cherokee nation the Dawes commission the secretary of the interior and Ida SwannocK which was flledfln the district court here to recover forty acres of land in the heart ofthe oil UstrietcThe suit is based on the Chtlt3 ltee lbdiall contests heard com mission and nullity much of Its Work In a contest between Miss Hall and Mss Swannock the commission aWard- ed the forty acres of land to Miss Bwannock I Left Good Impression 1 The Hague July IThe slttlntot canIIgate to deliver a long and eloquent peeeh upholding the principle of she xemptlon of all private property except contraband from capture on theI ugh sets The success obtained byI his speech left the Impression that American proposition which in the inference of 1899 was only taken for consideration this time will be approved unanlmoullyIt Cmp ls Uniformity of Rates I Washington July IThe Interstate Commerce commission baa announced Ita decision in the case of the South em Grocery company and Holmes lartsfleld company va the Georgia Northern Railway company and then folding that the same rates hould be eharfed from Loulsrill Cincinnati Memphis and Nashvlllo to iloullrie Go as Tifton Valdosta and War Georgia points Wouldnt Stand for It i Berlin July iThe project for loldlng an International exposition la Berlin during 191J in celebration of Emperor William accession to the throne was finally killed at a meeting pf the chamber of commerce only sev en votes being cast in favor of the reposition Numerous other dUes bad already refused to endorse the uggeslloa i I Rcparatory Damage Demanded Washington July IScores of petitions hive been received today 4by the Interstate Commerce commission rom Southern lumber companl 4lo landing reparatory damages from the thread companies In the southeastern territory on shipments of yellow pine umber heretofore made The dal lands may aggregate 000000I Looking Ahead ttMexico City July 1 Advices have bleo received here that at the visa gTee41 of Guatemala on June 6 two can dldatell were named for the pnsldeacy of that republic in case of the retirement of Cabrera These candidates are icneral Mariano Sessano and General uan Barrios The latter is now the mister ot foreign relations nHeleanT lv Murphy cattlemen In MontAna and lantalloa owner In been idjeted by the United gW ItM4J- ury for th unlawful fenelar of 69 InI NEWS OF KEHTUC I TenllY Trid InftrmtlUn Ctnttniln I Matters d CrrrentlateisM- tr Kenlucklftiia TIME STATE NEWS nf A NUTlWL Mer Are Fund Accurately V 41U IM Happenings ef the LrpNt In port Which Are Attfaetlfli Attn ton Throughout Kentucky Frankfort Ky June 29A damag judgment of the ClarK circuit court awarding to Mrs Abrelia Marcus widow of Attorney James B Marcus who was assassinated at Jackson Brcathilt county and her children 3000 to be recovered of Judge Jame Hargls and Edward Callahan on tho ground that they had caused Marcun to bo shot and killed has been upheld by tho Kentucky court of appeal HargIs was the county Judge and Callahan the sheriff of Breathltt count when Marcum was assassinated whtl standing In the courthouso door at Jackson several years ago Curt Jet now In the state penitentiary here i was charged with having commltti the crime as a result of feud troui bles IT MADE HIM HOT Cot Chlnh Objects to HII Portral In Advertisement Harrodsburg Ky June 26Co1l- Tack China has filed suit against a company of Elmira N Y for 25000 Some weeka ago tho com pany circulated at almanac through out this county containing a picture ot Col ChInn end under It a strong letter with whit purported facslmlle of his signature AmongI other things he was made to say I heartily endorse the kidney pill When I was feeling miserable and had avcro pains In tho back was restlesi and languid a few boxes of them effectually routed the aliment and I am glad to acknowledge the bcnofll I derived Col China says he never took a kid neT pill in his life and In his pctitlor says the publication has caused bin great mental suffering and mortification and brought him Into ridicule among those who know him and hoi discredited him with the people at large Woman Hotel Keeper Dies Lexington Ky June 27Miss An- ale McLaughlin aged sixtyfire diet from apoplexy her last nlRht She xas known all over the United State CheIwas a close friends of exPresident Cleveland and was a native of Bel more county Roscommon Ireland When manager of the hotel at Let hnneaux she took thirty negro serr ants with her from bere In a special car 1 Burglar Caught In the Act Louisville Ky June 25 Patrick Keenan night watchman discovered a burglar In the act ot cracking the safo In The Rathskeller In West Market Itreet about 330 oclock In the morning and In the duel which followed the thief was shot and prob bly fatally Injured The police say be Is Ernest Mapleton of Indianapolis He lies at the city hospital at the point of death Suicide f a Shelky Danville Ky June 26A telegram from Jeanritte La received here an ounces the sudden death of J Warren Shelby from taking poison with suicidal Intent The deceased was a 30n of Major Isaac Shelby of this county and a put gratgrandeon of the rat governor of Kentucky Eta ttrlk at Loulvlll Louisville Ky June STwo thou sand workmen belonging to the Build ng Trades Alliance struck Monday ollowlnj aa order to enforce tbn forking card In all the anions The strike Is partly one of sympathy for he carpenters who have been out lace Juno 1- Needle Puncture Portal Ashland Ky June 21Wlille six son of James Simmons fell on a darn- Ing needle when running from his Isles and the steel penetrated his throat The boy died an hour later He was vlslUrig at the home of his randfalher William Alley of War Md- ale Muting ef Turner Louisville Ky June 2The an ual turnfeat of the Indiana district of- the North American Turnerbund le In rogesihere with over 3000 visitors ijd 500 athletes from the states of Ohio Indiana Illinois and Kentucky In attendance j D Crogery Sr Commit Suicide Louisville June 8J D Qrefcpry Sr an Insurance solicitor and for ierly a prominent tobacco man corn jilted sulclda by cutting bla throat rle was a native of Virginia and was at fcfle time la business la Danville arswnl In the Ohio River JjKJHea Ky Jnae J9rlJaI b the fteej Srearolt Ionff ies Taylor 8s drowned while bathing la the xerwttha boy HH1pa1OfS Louisville Jtme 15FIre destroyed tke plant ef kke Louisville Cottonseed OU cesapaoy at Floyd and D street i h THE CITIZEN Bcrca Ky TO NKW FKIEHDS- t The Oltlte wiint you tor a iub rltMr If you hat been Wiling It a few months you not bt wllllng to Its without It au we are so cure that titer you have list U a Jryou will keep on taklinr it that we will giro It to you the aril yes almost for nothing the 1 wu will give you II 1111IldlI n cent Trsppar woulaII IUo1 ptakt kllllo and the- caper one year for 1100 Or II uu will us II O Wt will enl you the book The uuhlllin IVopleot K ntuoky by urn K Il4ii yaiitl iheClllna for one year the price ol this If ik alonu Is IIW Or we will end th lif olUnrlit lOlled Jean nt Mutnrolh by Dr Wra K l rnt iplrndld JK1J111 wi h over au pjctur wh ch wouiJ o i you IJM at totiltu ed cents TO OLD FRIIIUS We expect you to keep on Ukln The Cltlivii brcauio you like it M IIi you thouaimprrmiumayuateaviogtonrwutrerlbnro wa give otduteribenwhopayforaearihnulnnr tlinr butur Ihclr ub rrl tlon GoatNrwrnSongN wTcuamrntautlmrirelvenlnn3IAutibsbestknowuiinShiest ghtrlhymus 1 seen Par elpOClall1WlltTbolion TO 1AV You TIIK CITIZUN ramuacjorItestIhiloutOakmdouttoThe It may be I oil MHKX YOUIl TIMB BUNS OUT It you will look at the atUln oa your iaperludf or on the paper In which It U wrapped you will Ke below a date printed Ilke lhiL I JULY OT tJWbentthis lime Ii out and save hits time In I4lIdillC us lib money for the next rear slut noon needs to wuil or this Atier you luve Itn 150117 for snotbrt year hue If the date on your paper U chanmO to a year alI lilt U that means wr hue rerelrol your niuaty orIbreeCrater or Sunken lake In the Cat craiterthan 0000 foci above the sea and Is walled about with volcanic cliffs or tremendous height It is twenty mile la circumference and its depth h uu known UIOne of In a recent number of a German magazine a writer offers a variant of a tale that baa been published In ft book of childrens true sayings which relates how two small girls tried to lit on one stool and one of them wise remarked If one of us was to get off this stool thete would bo more room for me The Teutonic version tells how aI d1InlIt pleases the good Owl to take oni of us I shall go to Berlin A Shaw Criticism George Bernard Shaw before bo beI came a successful playwright sold an i actor was a musical critic He was united by a friend one night to hear o i string quartet from Italy Bzpcctln a treat be accepted the throughout stony the InTltatlonandI Trio friend to draw from him said Mr Shaw these men b4Vo beep playing together for twelve years Twelve years sahl the other ban incrodulouR yoke Surely weve been hero longer thou thatr Comical Names of Great Men Calderon de la Barca has quite imposing sound yet literally anI ed It reads Ship Copper Tasso means Chained Badger Dante stands for Stags Hide Giovanni Boccaccio Jack Blgmoutb Bra manta the famous architect despite his melodious appellation appears is the character of Whiner and Max riccolomlnl is nothing more or less than Little Dwar- fIndependence Day at Winston Estlll County The annual Fourth of July celebration In Winston Entlll county Is a great event This year the crowds who come from many miles around are to enjoy an especially interesting program in charge of the local pot of the O A R Gen L V Dodge or Berea Dept Commander speaks ox The American Soldier Col T P Demarce of Louisville gives a temperance address Col J D Russell of Quecnsburg speako on How I Put- Down the Rebellion The Berea College band with some assistance trots Richmond furnishes the music Clay Countys Seed Fartuns The school at Burning Springs will open Monday July 15th In charge of Prof James A Muncy and MISs Smma J Haagcn This school Ja receiving large aid rom Berea College In order that il may make two great demonstrations for Eastern Kentucky The first is to chow the benefit of combining dU nets Two districts are here united so that there are enough puplla to allow the employment of two teachers one for the younger children and one for tho older Secondly it is the object of this school at Burning Springs to show the value of good Instruction in tho common branches Too many of our schools have undertaken to teach advanced studies and train their pupils for Ibachera certificates neglecting the younger children The fact is those who wish to pursue advanced studies ought to go to some good boarding school where they can have libraries apparatus and a number of special teachers On tho other hand the full time and attention of teach ers in the common schools Is ro lulred by the children In the elemen ary grades The amazing progresswhlchthe pupils made at Burning Springs last year is a surprise and delight to all who have visited the school IHigh Purposes Work Is a master Love is an Inter preter Joy carries a divining rod and discovers hidden fountains Sorrow Is an astronomer and shows us th- estarIfenry Van Dyke IIn Memory of Mrs Wilson Martha Wilson wife of J I Wilson and daughter of Joe and Eve lyn MtCulrc died Sunday Juno 23rd near White Ash Ky of conSUlt on Ago 53 year C months and UnFuneral services were conducted by Rev Joe Hleronymous Burial was in tho family burying ground She was ill only seven weeks lied been a member of tho Methodist church for I about ten years aud lived n true I Christian life and fought a good fight to the end She leaves a husband three children father nod mother ono brother and three sisters with a host df relatives and friend to mourn her loss During hit UlBo the talked constantly of Jesus and what he hall done for liar during the dark hours of discouragement ot the peaceful rest he has to beautifully promised She never tired of praising the Lord Just a short Utile before her death cue naked for a eeag to be sung and she Mug too very sweetly Indeed After the muic and Ringing had ewued the lifted her voice and sang as BICI composed It a song In the tuno of Tta so sweet to trust in i Jots just aa dear and distinctly aa jJ she over did In this Bong she sent UH a petition for hoc husband chil dren father and mother brother sis lets and all hr friends One ot the verses the composed road something like this Take care of my three little ones and my dear husband too You are willing lo carry all who trust you through The last line Will Take me In your arms now blessed Jesus She was laughing and holding her sister and husband by the hand dur- Ing this singing It teemed as though sho was among the angola In Heaven She talked to the Lord and spoke ot seeing Heaven In all IU glory and tried to got those by hot bedside to asked it they weretee as she did and going with her What a beautiful deathbed Would lo God that all could be such Sho had lived such a pure Christian life that the had no fear to walk through the valley and shAdow of death Do not mourn dear ones for our loss Is her eternal gain The family have the sympathy of tho entire community Written by her bosom friend Mario Quillcn C F HANSQT LICENSED EMBALMER- AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B K Kobinsoa Ml call promptly attended to night lad day Telephone No 4 Jtenoa Ky Dr W G BEST DENJSTCITT OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTISg I OrriCBi Over Printing OAce BEREAKY IOffle hours trop 8 to 4 CUr Phon lea Teelti extracted without p la Somnoforrae