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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 r- Se e e a e e ells ese sNI I IEREA PUBLISHING CO o 0 INCORPORATED ao E ALBERT OOOKPhD Mnir 0 2 Enttrtdultl oetao 00000000000000 I Vol IX Fivo cents oppy BEREA MADISON COUNTY jULY 11 1007 One Dollar a year No4- I NEWS OP THE WEEK Qov Folk Speaks In Indiana Rocke feller Testifies In Chicago Big War Ships sent to Pacific Ocean Schmitz Gets Five Years In Prison Gov Joseph Folk of Mtssourrl made Fourth of July speech nt Hvansvlllc Ind to a crowd of 10000 people The main Idea given In the speech was that tho stato governments are becom- Ing more and more Important as tho nation grows greater and that the liberty and safety of the people depends moro upon good governors and state legislatures that over before John D Rockefeller was recently summoned as a wltnete In the a cane against the Standard Oil co1 boforo Judge Landis of tho Federal Court at Chlenga Ills friends made every effort to keep him from to appear In oourt but Judge havingI refuted all considerations and Standards oxmanager had to the stand as any other common witnos would Ho was salted to tsetlfy Saturday July G Many peatrie suppose that Mr Iloekofelter did not wWi to appear in oourt because he knew facts that he did not are to tell about the I audarda bus new nut It seems that the main reason In that he te old and Infirm and simply wanted to avoid the wear and tsar of appearing In court Secretary of tho Navy Metealf has stated that eighteen or twenty of our biggest baltleahips are to be sent from the eastern ooast around Cape Horn into tho Pnelfle Rumors have been started that tho United State is preparing for a war with Japan but Secretary Motoalf MJW Ute ships are being sent to tho Pacific merely on a practice cruise lie denies that there Is any fear of war on the port of naval officials- Mayor Behmlu of San Francisco has been eonvloted of extorting jnonay from restaurant keepers and has been sentenced to five years in the state prison at San Quentin Sohmltz in terrupted the Judges speech several times asking that tho simple sentence be pronounced without any lecture to the prisoner rue Judge however paid no attention to him and gave his lecture When the sentence was fin ally pronounced the crowds In the courtroom cheered wildly From Chattanooga Tenn a band of thirty U 8 army officers started on a March to the Sea through Georgia along the route taken by General Sherman In the Civil war Somo fear that there will be unpleasant opposi tion to this sort of cclobratfbn but tho men say thor expect a pleasant reception along tho way A- tyear ago n similar movement was started by Father Sherman son of Gen Sherman but no much opposition was aroused that tho march had to be giv en up Among the older Southerners there is very naturally a strong feol ing of bitterness toward the men who made tho first groat March to the Sea and all their old unpleasant mem ones are aroused by these Imitation marches Some leading Southern men stoutly condemn tho affair beonuse they think It tends to relvo old Ill feelings that should bo allowed to die out Jw tn IHES I3ENT S OFFICE nriEA KY x THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY I IJGEORGETho first president of the United States was tarn In Westmoreland county VnH Fob 22 1782 He died In 1700 at Mount Vernon Va In his sixtyeighth year llo was Inaugurated president April 30 17SO In front of Ifedernl hall on Wall street New York city where now stands the suMrunsury building Washington served two terms na president nnd then retired to bis farm at Mount Vernon Ho was by training and choice a planter though bit military experience In youth and Ills general wisdom and patriotism led to bis being called to the chief command of the Continental army during the Revolutionary war In politics General Washington was a Federalist THE MOHAVE INDIANS Another Gabbard Letter from Representative Parker Ariz Juno 21 1907 Dear Friends Tho Mohave IndIans nro perhaps tho moat primitive people In our country Only a few years ago they were almost as wild as tho desert Coyote whoso mysterious howl disturbs tho nightIt bo difficult to give a full and complete account of all their pe culiar habits and quaint customs not withstanding tho fast that In most ways they are much like other In dianaIn they are above tho height and weight of tho average Caucasian strong and active yet movo with an ease and slowness that are not sug gestive of expedition They aro quiet and reserved but when aroused bo como fearless orators In defense of their cause Tho hair Is worn long and when well kept Is smooth and glossy aud adds a wild beauty to their stately forms Thero are no bald Indians even among tho oldest From tho least to the greatest they arc prono to vormine and when tho Insects have exhausted longenduring patience mud is made of adobe and water and tho hair is plastered until It Is com pletely filled and covered with a thick oap which is then bound up In a cloth and allowed to dry This is worn for several dnys and thus primitive man gains a limited dominion over tho creeping things Tho tacos of the men women and children are tatooed with various ntCONFIDENCE I AND I POWER I o Como in double measure to those who Imvo n growing 10 slivlngg account In this Dunk CONFIIENCEItncauso nil o t the potty vicissitudes of this lifeot IOWKIl UIHWISO money Is always power Itls tho onpgrcnt 1- i factor In tho Ufo of ovory man who alms to accomplish 1 Money first n little thou more Is what linn inmlo refluItsf + tho many big and little business successes of this o This hank helps you to got your slmro by giving you n o t ante plnco for your savings and paying you FOUR por cent o interest 1 BEREA BANK TRUST CO iBEREA KENTUCKY I W H PORTER Cashier t 1- I 4INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4i1 ero I +ohod 8+odo +adodod oFo +odoFoo+o+oio+o+oFo+odaFodoho + 11b 4 marks dates and signs upon tho forehead I cheeks and chin This Is done by perforating tho skin with a sharp point until tho blood oozes out and then rubbing tho bleeding flesh with wood charcoal Tho color Is a pecu liar bluish green which remains lust for life Some of the forehead figures are two parallel horizontal marks with a row of dotted circles between two parallel horizontal marks with a row of dotted diamonds between dou blo compasses tho rising sun etc While the Indians have mado con siderable changes In their original ha bits of dress yet it Is common In the camps to see naked children and grownup folks especially old men wearing sandals and n few cents worth of cloth In the form of a timehonored garment the very personification of simplicity and economy denominated in Mohave wamakhavah which Is by interpretation a breech clout Their houses aro odd and Interesting and it is probably tho stylo of archi tecture Introduced among them long ago by tho Spanish Posts are set up for tho sides and ends and to support the roof then poles are nailed outside and Insldo to tho posts and tho space between then is filled with mud which when dried makes a solid earth wall The root is nearly flat and rests upon poles laid from ono wall to tho other Small polos cross those at right angles and a thick bed of arrow weeds Is spread over them and cov ered several inches deep with earth There Is no floor or ceiling and tho but Is closo and unpleasant It has ono or two doors n Ira place and sometimes n window Thero are no beds chairs or other furniture but the sand floor is n satisfactory substitute for all Before tie whites came to live among them they subsisted largely upon tho beans of tho mosquito tree which grows plentifully in tho valley and lu many points resembles the cust tree Thoy also ate n certain 9po1 nShlnndaslverywo1menfancy bo toI tho whites Tho natural senses of tho Indians aro highly developed Tho men and boys can rldo tho swiftest ponies with out saddle or blanket and aro famous with tho bow and arrow They aro skillful watermen and oven tho little girls aro excellent swimmers Nothing seems to afford them so much pleasure as wild riding and gambling It is common especially on tho whlto mans Sunday to seo tho men women and children assembled at somo Indians camp whero a great gamo of KoonKan Is in prog ress Blankets aro spread upon tho ground and several men and women gather around each blanket throw down their money deal off tho cards and tho gamo begins Somo Indian not engaged in tho game rolls cig arettes for tho company many of Continued on Third Face laoOItOO iLook 11111Ii sixto0000000800 CALL YOUR NEIGHBORS IN EVERY WEEK No man no matter how independent he is can get alorig without the help of Perhaps his- nextneighbors may not often help him but some people must make nails and lumber ploughs and hoes and many other things for him which cant or hasnt time to make for himself When we have lot of logs to rollor a barn to rain or threshing to do we call in the neighbors and the work goes much faster and better than it could in any wayAlmost needs to learn many things from his neighbors in order to get along well in his home his wor and even his church and his politics Now if couldonly get the man who knew most about each kind of work that had to do to come every week and tell me how to do it in the best way ought soon to get on great faster and better with all my work Did you ever think good newspaper brings to your house ever week a lot of your best neighbors to tell you what you want to know about your country state and county and the rest of the world and to help you in your farm and garden in your orchard and in home to have everything done well and lookwell And did you ever think that if you knew some better of doing things than your neighbors if you would mightbework better If you are not taking a good weekly newspaper it would be worth to you every week more than it costs for year to get one like The Citizen SUN DAYSCIIOOL SUMMER SCHOOLS With three groat Summer Schools for Sunday school workers in our reach It will bo almost criminal for any Sunday school not to send at least ono representative Theso schools aro In every respect up to tho very high oat standard Every Sunday school should send at least one delegate pay his way and have him mako full report to the school on his return Tha flat of those schools in point attime is tho ono at Monteagle Tenn essee onfa short distance from iNashvlllc and Nashville is only fifty miles frpta tho southern border of Kentucky Dr HamUl the dean Las spared no pains to mako this tho greatest thing of its kind not only In tho South but in America He has secured a onefaro rate for the round trip and good board can bo secured for 7 to 10 per week This makes tho expense exceedingly light Besides tho advantages of tho school Monteaglo Is a delightful summer re sort where you can spend your vaca tion at a small outlay The date of tho school is July 2130 Those who contemplate going should write at once to F A Butler Monteagle Tenn for list of boarding houses The next school in point of time is our own school at Owensboro Aug ust 411 in connection with the Seven Hills Ghautaunua Subjects of vital Import to Sunday School workers of every class will be discussed by experts who are making n specialty of their respective lines of work This is an opportunity that should bo grasped with eagerness especially by the workers in the western part of the StateLast but not least is tho school at Winona Lake Ind Aug 916 Wln ona is the most popular summer ro sort for Christian workers in America This school Is tho first of the Inter national Training Schools and ia therefore tho mother of thorn all It began with and has maintained a high standard of excellence Last year a largo number registered from Ken tucky ancIt ought to be more than year Tho railroads will give reduced rates and good board can be secured for G to 10 per week Remember tho Stuto Convention at Madlsonvllle August 2720 It will be the greatest ever held in the state For further Information and full program of either of these meetings write to E A Fox Louisville Ky MAYOR WOODS AGAINST WHISKEY On Juno 28 Mayor E Woods is sued a proclamation taking a strong stand for local option in Richmond Mayor Wood asks What are the benefits of local option and proceeds to give the following answers More money for more merchants for more and clothing More happiness In more humble homes both white and black Fewer vagabonds idlers destitute wives and children Less crime disorder assaults mis understandings cuttings and killings Moro laborers cooks washwomen nurses More crops more stock more mon ey and more people out of debt Tho bravo stand that Mayor Woods has taken promises well for tho cause of temperance in Kentucky g I 0 e o o eo e oso oJI for The Hebsen In The Farm o pace ia a o he a a I I I a deal that a way a a C food A LETTER FROM SUPT BURGESS Boston July G 1907 Dear Dr Cook I want to thank you for the Citizen I am Interested in all that Is going on at Berea and Tho Citizen fills the bill In every way Boston has had its Fourth with its orations regattas games of every de scription its entertainments of all kinds band concerts fireworks from a score of stations The ringing of bells and tho fire cracker brigade as an awful accompaniment lasting near ly two nights and a day It seemed as though this city with more than half a million tried its best to break all previous records and I guess It did in making a racket And now the harvest of accidents are being gathered in Death in some cases broken bones loss of fingers burnt and maimed and otherwise dls figured for life And the small boy comes in for a large share of the hurts So this Fourth as all the others have passed into history When I saw the sea I wanted to shout Hurrah for tho sea I am much interested in the sailor life when I remember the Saviour was a sailor as well as a carpenter I thought when I saw ono of the big Loyland liners feeling her way out of the harbor with somo 800 souls that If Jesus was on board no storm could sink that ship As we sailed down tho harbor the most interesting sight was tho ship ping all kinds Ono with 7 masts some with six and others with 6 and 4 down to the smallest craft that floats and all three for a purpose Some taking on cargo while others are discharging When 1 see one of those big freighters of 16000 tons dis charge her cargo it seems as though it would take a largo part of the Cam pus to hold it I looked at tbo crows some of all nations of tho earth and I said to myself Those are they who go down to the son in ships that do business In the great waters Old Father Taylor tho sailor preach er while alive hero in Boston steered many a shipwrecked mariner safely into tho hoavonly port- I had n look at three of Americas fighters as thoy lay at tho Navy Yard There Is something very con vincing about those black muzzier sticking out of tho turrets I have seen them spit out fire sometimes in honor of somo distinguished visitors or for some patriotic demonstration but what must it bo like to see those monsters in deadly combat- I was interested In seeing somo of Uncle Sams gunners demonstrating loading and firing one of his big dis appearing guns weighing eighteen tons which was done with all ease This gUn was to throw a shot weigh ing 1000 pounds I thought that was the only flying machine that got to tho point It started for that I know of Boston is getting ready for Old Home Week I am glad I am going to get out before tho homecomers conic in There seems to be enough people hero now Crowds everywhere In tho parks at tho seashore on the cars in tho streets all crowded I have a good time telling people about Berea One man asked mo if I was going to hold meetings in the interest of the College I said not that but o I MOODY TO TRY HARGISx Special Judge Appointed For i HookKentucky Oil Is BoomingdLid is On Again In LouisvilletBeginsNoxt Gov Beckham has appointed W B Moody of New Castle to serve as spa cial judge in the trial of Judge Hargis at Sandy Hook Elliott county Judgo tryingTho Hargis trial was set for Tuesday July 9 but several of tho common wealths witnesses are absent so that a delay is probable Kentucky oil business has received a boom recently through the discovery of another gusher in Clinton county and the opening of several other pro ductive wells in Wayne county Wayne continues to take the lead invproduction and now turns out about half tho total oil product of the state l Wolfe county contains the next best field I Mayor Bingham with the aid of tho police succeeded in keeping tho lid on in Louisville last Sunday No whiskey was sold in thocity and very little if any in Jefferson county Sunday was unusually quiet tho eight arrests were made for var ious violations of the Sunday laws School Superintendent Noland an CountyTeachersChapel of the Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal School building at Rich mond Ky on Monday the 15th day of July 1907 and continuo live days Roy Knabenshue tho famous airship man of Toledo Ohio is to bring his airship to the Kentucky State fair at Louisville I Tho Court of Appeals has decided that Miss Rachel Tye is to be school superintendent of Whitley county Miss Tye had a majority of tho votes but her opponent 0 S Wilson IoWceI At the recent meeting of the whole sale Liquor Dealers Association In inIInIwhisky men aro wondering what they are going to do with the famous old whisky state for now Jefferson is the only county that permits the sale ot liquor In all parts of the county Ninetysix counties now have complete local option At the peace conference which Is now in session at the Hague Nether lands Mr Joseph Choate chief of the American delegation offered a proposition to the effect that private property shall not bo subject to seize uro on the high seas by nations at i war Most of the other leading na tions seem to favor tho principle A wooden hotel building was de stroyed by fire Saturday July G at Burksvllle and four persons were burned moro or less seriously One Mr Van Flowers will probably die Ii Tho losses amount to about 15000 Chief Contents of This Number 1 IACJK ONE News of The Week Sunday School Summer School E EveryWeekThe Mnhnve Indian Letter from Sir llurgn PAGE TWO ISerial The Home of n ThuuuimlCandle The Sumlajr School Iemon liomlaud Form Improvement PAGE Tilling lleren and Vicinity Take Notice College Item Town I tuprovempntnmlljm Enforcement Stop Spread of Typhoid by Ir Cowley PAGE route Comment rue Undue lmi nUll the C rpornllon lrohlmJmlfe Peter Nary eup 1lctorlhdewtnt Light and Dont Lie Abcil Tliod A- IIdUou Youth Department 1GtFIEIStory Mr Cure Temperance Note PAGE SIX i The itemsA Corn husk basket by Mrs JIIIIIThe School by Prof Dlhimore The ruriu The Mobtton Idea Continued Latest Market Report i PAGE SEVEN New from Everywhere Recent SUite New PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correiponilence Ilarlan County Convention I was going to do a lot of talkingrKind regards and best wishes to all the friends in Berea Cordially yours Jas A Burgess i 01 e NEWSPAPJ1n LAWS n wllo IkM the pop unlIT from Ibe whethujTb eeorto hue detdd Ibt rfunt to Uk new remoiaaIdf IXWT10 tL riUtJIh THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON I Alhtr d Tnt MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAMEION tic Copjrlgbt IIM fer BokbMrrtU Co CHAPTER XVIIIcontinued- Mr Glenarm Mr Glenann ho exclaimed 1n broken whispers It Is hates sir- What have you done what has happened 1 I demanded He put his hand to his head uncer talnlY and gasped as though trying to gather his wits Ho was evidently dazed by whatever had occurred and I sprang round and helped him to a couch Ho would not lie down but sat up staring and pass ing his hand over his head It was rapidly growing lighter and I saw a purple and black streak across his temple whore a bludgeon of somo sort had struck him What does this moan Dates Who has been In tho house It was early this morning ho fal tered about two oclock I hoard nolsos In the lower part of the house I came down thinking likely It was you and remembering that you had been sick yesterday Yes go on The thought of my truancy was no balm to my conscience Just then As I came into the hall saw lights in the hbrary As you werent down last night the room hadnt been lighted at all I heard steps and some one tapping with a hammer Yes a hammer Goon It was then the same old story The war had been carried openly Into the house but Bates just why should any ono connected with tho conspiracy injure Bates who stood so near to Pickering its leader The fellow was undoubtedly hurtthere was no mis taking the wound on his head Ho spoke with a painful difficulty that was not assumed I felt increasingly sure ae ho wont on I saw a man pulling out the books and tapping tho inside of the shelves He was working very fast And the next thing I know he lot In another man through one of the casements tho one there that still stands a little open He flinched as he turned slightly to v indjgate it and hUtfaeo twitched with pain Never mind that tell the rest of your story Then I ran in grabbed one of the big candelabra from the table and wont for tho nearest man They wore about to begin on the chimneybreast It was NMr Glenarms pride In all the h useand that accounts for my being there In front of tho fireplace They rather got the boat of me sir Clearly I see they did You had a handtohand fight with them and be- Ing two to ono No there were two of usdontyou understand two of us There was another man who came running in from somewhere and he took sides with me I thought at first it was you sir The robbers thought so too for ono of them yelled Great God Glen arms come back just like that But It wasnt you sir but quite another personThats a good stpry so far and then what happened- I dont remember much more ex cept that some ono soused me wit water that helped my head conside- ably and the next thing I knew I was staring across the table there at you Who were these men Bates Spea- up quicklyMy was peremptory Hero was I felt a crucial moment in our rela tionsWell ho began deliberately I dislike to mako charges against a fel low man but I strongly suspect one of the men of being Yes Tell tho whole truth or It will bo the worse for you- I very much fear one of them was Ferguson the gardener over the way Im disappointed In him sir Very good and now for tho othe oneI didnt get my eyes on him I had closed with Ferguson and wo wefe having quite a lively tlmo of It when the other one came In then the man who came to my help mixed us all up ho was a very lively person and what becamoof Ferguson and the rest of It I dont know Thorn was food for thought in what ho said He had taken punishment In defense of my property tho crack on his head was undeniable and I could not abuse him or Question his veracity with any grace not at least without time for investigation and study How ever I ventured to ask him one ques tionIf you were guessing shouldnt you think it quite likely that Morgan was the other man He met my gaze squarely I think It wholly possible Mr Glenarm he replied at once And the man who helped youwho- In the devil was he Blasa me I dont know sir He disappeared Id like mightily to see him agaln Humphl Now youd botter do something for your heal Ill summon the village doctor If ycu say so No thank you sir Ill take care of It myself Very well Now well keep quiet about this Dont mention It or dls cuss it with any one Certainly not sir Ho rose stag gering a little from weakness but crossed to the broad mantel shelf lathe great chimneybreast rested his arm upon it for a moment passed his hand over the dark wood with a sort of caress then bent his oyes upon tho floor littered with books drawings and papers torn from cabinets and all splashed with tallow and wax from tho candles The duyllght had in creased until the havoc wrought by tho nights visitors vras fully apparent Tho marauders had made a sorry mess of tho room and I thought Bates lip quivered as ho viewed the wreckIt would have been a blow to Mr Glanarm the room was his pride his pride sir He went out toward tho kitchen and I ran upstairs to my own room I cursed the folly that had led me to leave my window open for undoubted ly Morgan and his now ally St Ag athas gardener had taken advantage of It to enter the house Quito likely too they had observed my departure for Cincinnati and this would un doubtedly bo communicated to Picker ing I throw open my door and start ed back with an exclamation of amazementA stood at my chiffonier between two windows calmly shaving himself Ho was clad In a bath gown my own I saw with furyand ho hummed softly to himself as ho seized the brush and applied lather deftly to his upper lip Without turning ho addressd me Quito coolly and casually as though his being there was the most natural thing In tho wprld Good morning Mr Glenarm Rath er damaging evidence that costume I Mr Bates In Whispers I suppose Its the custom In the country for gentlemen in evening clothes to byrway round preferable scoutedkKick that door shut and lock It he commanded In a sharp severe tone that I remembered well and just now welcomedIn him How why and when Never mind about me Im herethrown tho enemy off for a few days and you may confess your own sins first while I climb into armor Pray pardon the Informality He seized a broom and began work upon a pair of trousers to which mud coatron a they too much the worse for rough usage There never any use In refusing to obey Larrys orders and as ho got into his clothes I gave him In as few words as possible tho chief Incidents that had marked my stay at Glenarm Houese Ho continued dressing with care helping himself to a shirt and collar from my chiffonier and choosing with unfailing eye the best tie in my collection Now and then bo asked a question tersely or again he laughed or swore direly In Gaelic When I had concluded the story of Pickerings visit and of the conversation I over heard between the executor and hates In tho church porch Larry wheeled round with tho scarf half tied In his fingers and surveyed mo commlscrat Ingly And you didnt rush Thom both on the spot and have it out No I was too much taken aback for one thing I dare say you were And for another I didnt think the time ripe Im going to beat that fel low Larry but I want him to show his hand fully before wo como to a smashup I know as much about the house and Its secrets as ho does thats pne consolation Sometimes I dont believe theres a ohllDag hero and again Im sure theres a big stake In It Tho fact that Pickering frisk ing BO much to find whats supposed to bo hidden here is pretty fair evi dence that somethings burled on the place Z Possibly but theyre giving sou a lively boycott Now where In the devil have you been Well I began and hesitated I had not mentioned Marian Dovorcux and this did not seem the time for con fidcncea of that sort Ho took a cigarette from his pocket and lighted it deliberately Bah these women Under tho terms of your excellent grandfathers will you havo thrown away all you rights It looks to me as a membe- of the Irish bar In bad standing though you had delivered yoursqlf up to tho enemy so far as the legal situation Is concerned How does It strike you Y If Its known that I ran away for night of courso My lad dont deceive yourself Everybody round hero will know It bo foro night You ran offJoft your win dow open invitingly two gentlemen who meditated breaking In found that they neednt tako the troublo Ono camo In through your own room noting of course your absence lot In his friend below and tore up the place regrettablyYes how did you got hero If you dont mind tolling Its a short story That llttld chap from Scotland Yard who nnnbytxl me so much In Now York and drove mo to Mexico for which may ho dwell forever In fiery torment has never given up I shook him off though at Indianapolis three days ago I bought a ticket for Plttsburg with him at my elbow I suppose ho thought the chase was growing tame and that the fdrther cast he could arrest me tho nearer I Glenarml Mr Glenarml He Exclaimed Broken It Is Sir my was should be to a British consul and lt1doI water I went ahead of him Into the station and out to tho Plttaburg sleeper I dropped my bag into my section if thats what thoy call it In your atrocious American language looked out and saw him coming along tho platform Just then the car began to move they were shunting It about to attach a sleeper that had been brought in from Louisville and my carriage or whatever you call It Went skimming out of tbo sheds Into a yard whore everything seemed to bo most noisy and complex I dropped off in the dark Just before they began to haul tho carriage back A long trtjln of empty goods wagons freight earn mybagWe kept going for several hours until I was thoroughly lost then I took ad vantage of a stop at a place that seemed to be the end of terrestrial things got out and started across country I expressed my bag to you tho other day from a place that reJ- oiced In the cheering name of Ko komo Just to get rid of It I walked Into Annandalo lato last night found this medieval marvel through the kind ness of the station master and was reconnoiterIng with my usual caution when I saw a gentleman romantically catering through tho open window Larry paused to light a fresh cigar ette You always did have a way of ar riving opportunely Go on- TO DE CONTINUED Terrors Effect on Hair It has been repeatedly affirmed that Queen Mario Antoinettes auburn hair rgigniifnamed Parry states that just after tfio jetblackunder examination and feared a dread ful death turn white In the course at cnimqeinphonso do Rothschild was blanched ID a tow hours A THE TEN- COMMANDMENTS II DUTIES TOWARD MEN Sunday School Lesson tor July 211907 Spwailly Prepared for This Piper LESSON TKXTKxoilum 3 1217 Memory verses 1X1T GOLDEN TitTThou halt lovo thy neighbor as thy selfIev 1918 Comment and Suggestive Thought The fifth commandment belongs to Israre lathr er where Is mine honor salth tho Lord Of hosts unto you Mat 16 To the young child tho parents are In place of tho heavenly Father wordaour inally the duty of men to God reflect cd In their duty towards their parents So in 1 Tim G4 tho Greek word for show platy at home ousoboln and Its Latin equivalent colore honor rover ence worship is applied both to God and to parents 2 Wo are bidden to honor because lovo Is Instinctive and can only be spontaneous Tho honor for our pa rents Is love combined with reverence tho love must be honor touched with emotion The word honor In cludes love for there can be no true honor without lovoFarar 3 It applies to both parents Moth or stands out as door as Sinai itself There is no cloud on her majesty Such honor as goes to tho father goes to the mother Cavorno 4 Wo honor by love courteous at tendons by giving them tho best by always treating thorn with honor In tho presence of others by deferring toI their wishes 5 The fifth commandment Is the sanctification of social life and the surest basis of all righteous ernment In Its widest sense It e spools gray hairs everywhere and honors nil In authority over you such as your pastor teacher omployor or magistrates Lack in this respect Is a growing evil full of mischief to our nation 6 The fifth commandment does not require a child to do wrong at a rents bidding but It dose require child to love even unlovely parent because they hold to him tho sacred relation of father and mother V 13 Thou shalt not kill Th R V gives the thounht more necurale ly Thou shalt do no murder Kill ing Is sometimes Justifiable the bible itself enjoins the knURl of men for punishment of those who murder In order to prevent by the punishment of the guilty the murder of the lane celw 0 V 14 This Is the safeguard of the home and the family 1 Primarily the seventh command ment forbids adultery nod the sins which under slight differences are cognate with It 2 It forbids all Impure thoughts and the books and pictures and plays and acts which tend to excite such thoughts and Inspire Impure sets Pin to would exclude frost his Meal repub tic everything that would debase the paste oven all poor pictures and poor workmanship 3 Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God while tbo Im pure soon lose nil sense of divine things No sin not even intemperance so rapidly wins a man body mind and soul as this sin 4 Tho way to overcome this evil Is by the goodtrue love and happy marriage a mind full of good thoughts a life full of good deeds V 15 Is the safeguard of personal and property rights and the wall of defense against the temptations to eel fishness and crime The crIme of theft Is of all others the meanest and most despicable It Is selfishness Incarnate To gain by stealing Is far worse for tho thief than for the one wronged A clear con science Is worth more than all the world Plato Illustrattos tho test of honesty by tho story of Gygos ring which made tho wearer invisible Ho that is honest oven when ho can be dcshoncst without being found out Is a truly honest man V 16 Forbids falso statements In a case of lawperjury It Is a prohi bition of slander or of careless speech affecting the good name of ones fel low nine This Is not as many havo supposed a mere Injunction to truth top speech on all occasions Trum bull Tho last commandment Is n unique one Search all tho laws of tho world and you will not find one which ro sembles It The sixth seventh eighth and ninth commandments you will find In all codes though only as prohibitions of crimes amenable to judl clad punishment The tenth command ment Is the complement of all the rest It shows that God requires of us not only outward virtue but Inward boll nose that ho demands in us tho sac rifice of the will from which wicked actions spring that sinful imagina tions are a crime against him as well as wicked actstarrarPractical The religious side must come first as the Inspiration to perform cue du ties toward men Lovo to God our Father will necessarily lead to lovo to our follow men his children When our hearts aro filled with love to God and man then they are no longer restraints but guides aa to tho way our lovo should express Itself They are lIko fences by tho roadside showing us the way to go These commandments aro to con vince us of sin Xs Wo stand beside this ideal wo realize how far short we havo coma jfl0001iJ 1J t CARE OF THE GRINDSTONE A Good Way to True It Defore Sharpening the Tools Every farmer knows that a grind stone will wear unevenly In sharpen- Ing mowor knives the edges are liable to bo worn down and unless tho stone la of tlrst class quality It will also wear like tho eccentric on an engine Comparatively few grindstones are In good working order A new stone while It may bo of good quality Is frequently hung so It will not run true so that tho longer It IB used tho worse It gets When a stono gets this way It can bo made perfectly circular by trimming It down with a burr Rig For Making a Grindstone True pick or oven a good coldchisel will do It Is very difficult to do by band but a device sues as It shown In the beovery convenient use A little pout can be fixed to tho ond of the grindstone with a silt In the upper part Into which a Itl CIo of hard wood Is fastened long enough to reach to tho other end of the hams This cheek be made of twoinch stuff a little wider than the stone An open ofaor mill pick wbtab M wedged In the sane way that a plane chisel Is set At the explaineon that has n series of holes to- Ut It CAD be raised or towered ae cording to the unevenses of the atone It would be weP to put a rivet at each side of Ute chisel to prevent It from spUttta out A weight of seae kind faliteq to the piece hack taeehmi soxste make It beat ba the stow will be all that Is needed The Biofio sap then be turned slewljr until the uneven parts are cut away Water should be used on tine stone while It Is being turned POINTS FOR THE FARMER Turn a few nhotos Into that ohl orchard and let them cultivate It Spray the moles encumber nod to mato vine thoroughly Ivory ten days with bordeaux mixture to prevent bright and rot Oat lay cannot bo made hap hazard There Is a time when oats antiIIn fertilizing the orchard aim to use a manure not too rich In nitrogen When an excess of nitrogen Is used you obtain a vigorous sucooulenl growth that is easily Injured If your barn cellar has been smelling bad this winter now Is the time to clean It Lot it dry out thoroughly this summer and provide drains so that it will be kept from becoming wet ngaln When meadows yield only u small amount of hay It frequently pays to turn thom up and cultivate them for two or three years Manuring some times doss not help matters The soil reels turning up so that the sunlight ran sweeten It On land too wot for cultivation alslko clover will often make pno crops Plow It when In good condi tion sow about four pounds of seed per aero and harrow lightly both ways to cover tho seed and smooth the ground Alslko clover will stand a good deal of moisture Function of Phosphorus Phosphorus in tho form of phos phates U found In all parts of tho plant but tends to accumulate In tho upper parts of the stem and leaves and particularly In the seed Its tuna tion Is apparently to aid In tho pro duction and transportation of the pro loin It also seems to aid tho nsslml latlon of tho other plant food ole meats An Insufficient supply of phosphoric acid always results In a poorly developed plant and particu larly In a poor yield of shrunken grain Nitrogen forces leaf and stem growth and phosphoric acid hastens maturity Prof It Ilarcourt Timothy Soil Timothy lines best on rich loams with a moderate supply of moisture It is a mistake to sow timothy on low wet laUds where redtop or meadow foxtail would do bettor Meadow lands need cultivating Use n sharp tooth harrow or disc early in tho spring and go at it aa if you intended to seed the Hold fresh Thep Beetf lightly and harrow well That is all tho cultivation necessary but It will do wonders In increasing the hay jrpp CROPS ANU MOISTURE Whexo Do Crops Draw Their Supply of Water Wo have from time to time called tho attention of our readers to the fact that ordinarily wo do not have BUfllcIent rainfall oven In tho humid seotlons during tho crop growing sea son to produce a full crop Some ox periments conducted by the Ontario Agricultural collogo throw considerable light on the question as to what proportion of moisture crops draw from the rain that falls throughout tho crop growing season or what from tho store of water below In fact It Is a vital point on which hangs tho wholo question of cultivation Tho station last year took a number of fourgallon crocks and set thorn outside whore thuy would receive all the rain that fell during tho growing season They then sowed them to wheat peas barley and oats nail watered them whenever It scorned to be necessary The ono that con tained wheat used 9200 Inches gf Water of which but 10lt Inchos fell dur fug time growing season Tho poxes used 27SS Inches of which 1210 inches fell during the Benson of their growth The barley used 1868 Inches anti the oats 1111 InulioH while dur lag the season of their growth but 79 1 Indies of rain fell In other words wheat required 111 times IIB much ala as tall during lie growing sea son pee 219 times barley 286 Umos and oats 217 times These crocks were at first sot on the roof then onefourth of item wore set on the ground and another onefourth In the ground Tho relulLIwas that there was no difference bo tween the amount used by those sot on the ground and those sot In It but these required less water than those that were set on the exposed roof During this season there was at no time a rainfall of as much as Inches lwoiU was discovered that the plants began to wilt while the sell contained by actual test 78 jw pent of water that a rein of 116 Inches would Mtit rate the sail 41 Inches but as tNOIIteRInches U was found still further that a saturated loam contained front M to U per cent of wuter Tile was In 1N6 Tie year ItOC was wet and R wee discovered that In a wet sea son the crops wed about M per cent more rain than actually fell RAIl bones drew one third of their water from below AU this shows the Important tftpe stably In a dry senses of thorough sad early cultivation of the soil nays Wallaces Farmer thus formtBs a mulch of loose dirt slid saving Urn V- awtw for an etuorgwdy which hi Atdlle certain to occur at NtH period 1 of even a wet ssnson We rail the attention of our reed ers to this matter because we nave become more convinced with in creased years and experience that tile physical condition of UK soil and UM methods of putting It la this condition are of a rest deal more Importune to tile average farmer then tbe qua ties of the fertility Itself Maiden ease of fertility Is of very great Im portnnee but no matter how ferUle the soil unless it cnn he put In such physical condition as will permit full development of tile roots of the plant and conserve moisture for me In n dry time a good trap cannot In tho I jMturo of things be expected i ROAD PLANER It Is Detter Than the King Drag OjSome Kinds of Roads i On heavy road that are likely to become very hart after being wet and traveled the tool known as tho road I planer Is specially useful It also I serves the purpose of the road dreg and works on tbo saio principle as The Road Planer the King road drag Tho sketch shows ono which is very yell de signed says Form nnd Homo It should be about 14 feet long and G feet wide tho outside runners runnlllgboardllTho runners keep tho planer from going too deep and will bridge over low places In tho rond filling them to uniform surface while cutting off the high lumps Tho planer boards aro edged with n strip of steel so they will Veep a sharp edge with can lid erablo usage If an ordinary dirt road IB properly constructed nnd once put In good condition it can bo maintained In shard by the use of this planer and the King drag at a cost of five or ten dollars per mile per year Barley as Stock Feed Farmers everywhere are Just beginning to recognize tho great value of barley for feeding cattlo and hogs Crushed barley with clover hay has tattpningcattleto do Without barley Good Clover SilageI t 01dIimuch if BROWN SEALr CHOCOLATESMade ARE GREAT TRY THEMv POUNDS 50 Cents HALVES 25 Cents The Porter Drug Co INOOBPOBITED 000000000000000000000000000 tyo0 f 0 f0- I o 9 0 SOURCESoS e n o ii ofoeafofofofofofofofofofo Take Notice During Dr Thomson absenco tho 11 Union church will bo supplied by l rof Ralna and Dr Cook Dr Cook will probably preach the first three Sundays and Prof flame the last three Dr Cook expects to preach next Sunday morning on Animal Christianity or God Christianity The Conversation club will be en tertafncd by Miss Moore at the homo ot Mr and Mrs McLaren Friday night I of this week at 730 Tho subject for I discussion Is The Purposes and Uses of the 0 Jw 11 Mr Clove Wolf returned Saturday from his homo where he has been pending his vacation I r Tike Infant child of Mr and Mrs I Dlnam Pitta Is very 111 Miss Etta Azblll of Big JIm Is the I guest of Mica Bertha Little Ben Spurlock who has been visiting j IatPaint Llok was brought home Saturday I night very ilL Mrs Robert Truott of Louisville ar I rived last week to spend several week her parents Mr and Mra A IIwithMr J H Gabbard and family spent Sunday with Oscar L Gabbard and wife at Wallaceton Mr and Mrs Kelley Hunt of Wal laceton have been visiting homo folks Miss Sarah Dowden who Is stenog rapher In Beroa Bank and Trust Co is taking her vacation this week On tho night of tho Fourth Mra i 11111 and Miss Lester gave a party to about fifteen young people in honor ot Lester lUll on their lawn Tho Ii lawn was very prettily decorated and lit up with Jspaueotj luulerns Dainty refreshments wero served and all had Iasplendid time 1Jesse Wilson of Clark county and Miss Cynthia 7rlbble daughter of Dan Trlbblo ot Madlioit county were mar- vied Thursday afternoon at tho brides residences If you expect to build you will save time and by seeing tne Correspondence solicited Jaa M Early Jr Boron Ky Practical Draftsman Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Hollidny at tho Boron Bank and Trust Company f t J 4 A Hair iDressin Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manageable to keep it from being too rough or from splitting x at the ends Something too- T1 that will feed the hair at the r same time a regular hairfood Wellfed hair will bestrongand k will remain where it belongs k r OB the head not on the comb IA The beet kind ol c te tla oalfcl Sold for over sixty year tl 1twriJdarsraabovrltstaca 1AUAMMLLA I I e195PILLS y MCTMAL J1I I 1 mosofofoeoeoeofoeoeoeoeoioe Mrs Bert Coddington was called to Pinevllle Ky last week where the Infant child ot Mr and Mrs A P Smith was burned to death Mrs Salllo Adams spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Klz Cornelison Miss Mary Emma Adams of Rich mona Is tho guest of Mary Adams Mrs Maggie Spence was in Rich mond on business Saturday Mrs A J Smith was In Richmond shopping Saturday Earl Hays has been very sick for several days- Charley Burdette was in Richmond Saturday on business C M See of Lexington Ky Is spending his vacation In Borca stay Ing at Mr Ogga house and doing some fishing Ho says that when ho used to live in Berea ho thought Beret College was not as good as it might bo but now that ho has looked around some and seen others he thinks it Is the best Institution in the state TOWN IMPROVEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT A great deal is being done by busl ness men and private citizens of Bert as well as by tho College to mako Ber ea the prettiest as well as the safest and best place to live In Kentucky Tho now brick buildings and cement sidewalks tho now dwelling houses the trees set out and tho yards with wellkept lawns and flower beds are all rapidly changing tho appearance ot the town for the bettor There It still a great deal of room for Improve ment Many evils that still exist un disturbed are covered In village ordi nances Hogs and cattle still roam around the town and Injure the gardens and lawns of residents Paper and rubbish are still swept out of tho stores and burned or left to rot or blow around on tho street In front How would It boto have the ltd put on these violations of law A warn ing from tho town marshal and then an arrest or fine might make a great change for tho better In some of these thingsHow Is It about barrels and tanks on the sidewalks Aro they storage plan es for storekeepers or do they belong to the people What about ugly signs nailed up on trees Is that permitted by our ordinances If so would It not be a good thing to have a now ordin Anco or two rondo Wo have been told that thero Is a law requiring the village clerk to hre a report ot tho financial condition money received and expended printed every quarter No such report has been printed for alx months but we are hoping that after this weeks meet- Ing of tho town board some reports will bo ready and sent to tho papers both of which havo offered to print them free of charge To remind some who may have for gotten It wo reprint the Borca village ordinance which was passed last April Let us hope and pray for Its enforce montand then enforce It The following ordinance was passed by tho Board Bo It ordained by the Town Board of Berea Ky that It shall bo unlawful hereafter for any person or corporation who owns 01 occupies a place of business within th corporate limits to sweep or cause to be swept on to or place upon tho sidewalk or streets or cause same to bo done any refuse paper or other objectionable matter and any person or corporation BO offending shall upon conviction be fined 5 and costs for sack offense I S f o OfofoSOSOfoSOSOaOUOSOSOfiCollege o 0 o HERE AND THEREo oeofbeofofofoeoeofofofofoeBarbara prominent Normal graduates now Mrs Courtney Is living at Flemings burg Ky Mrs F E Matheny who together with her husband Prof Matheny Is lovingly remembered In Berea is now lying very 111 with consumption at her homo in Caspar Wyoming Mr C L Phelps a former Berea student who has been attending Le lan Stanford Junior University ih the Department ot Education gavo a most interesting and entertaining Illustrate lecture on tho Yosemite Valley In Nor mal Chapel last Saturday evening Many of tho slides wero beautifully colored and tho lecturo was greatly enjoyed by all who had the privilege of hearing It Kentucky Register- A J Stlllwell Is working for tho Congregational school at Williams burg as stenographer this summer Ho expects to return to Berea this fall Andrew Ross Is doing Sunday School work in Owsley county His address Is Boonevlllo A letter has been received from Idles Louise Frey lost year a student of the Normal Department stating that she passed tho State examination given at Frankfort Ky very success fullyMrs Pearl Turner of Springfield Ohio with her son Fronds aro vis lUng her sister Miss Ada Phillips Tho friends visiting Miss Swing returned to their homes In Cincinnati Monday noon Mr Haldane loft Tuesday morning for Richmond where he expects to work this summer Mr Cartmells father returned to hi home In Akron Ohio on Saturday af ter having spent a few days in Berea Rev Mr Pcnnlman of Auburndale Mass Is now In Berea Last Saturday night Prof and Mrs Rumold with some of the other mem bers of the faculty gave a social to the students who are now in Berea In front of tho Presidents house Miss CorwIn will entertain the students on next Saturday evening at tho Library Dr Thomson goes this week to Galesburg Ill where ho supplies the Central church for six weeks Miss Speor la spending her vaca tion at Kushla Ala Miss Cameron stopped In Boston on her way home and spent a day with Mr and Miss Burgess The Fourth of July passed very quietly in Berea A number ot the students remaining In Berea spent tho day plcnlclng Mr and Mrs May leave Berea Wednesday morning for a months vacation with relatives and friends In Magoffln county Mr and Mrs DIck left last week to spend their vacation In Hamilton O I Mrs Scale and children left last week to join Mr Seale at Knoxvllle Tenn where he Is attending summer school i Mr Dalloy writes that ho Is doing most successful Sunday School work this summer in Harlan county He wishes to be remembered to all his Bcrca friends The Mohave Indians Continued from Pint Iega whom smoke leisurely while they play He Is paid for this service by the Indian to charge of public gam bling who receives a small sum from each game Tho General Managers name is Chicken and he Is next in authority to Chief Manitoba It Is Chickens duty to manage tho gam bling look after tho helpless poor provide accommodations for strang ers and to mako tho arrangements and furnish suitable wood for cremations- It Is an extraordinary fact that the Mohaves burn or cremate their dead and this custom with Its attending ceremonies constitutes tho main feature of their religious worship In which fire Is perhaps tho leading fac torTho census report for 1007 shows n tota population of four hundred ninety four Last year there were In all twenty four births against forty deaths and for tho present year so far thero is a total of thirteen births against thirtythree deaths and It is estimated that in every ten deaths six are duo to consumption I can tell you about tho Agency the School and what the Government is doing for the Mohaves In another letter Respectfully Taylor P Gabbard Editors note Friends of Mr Gab bard will bo glad to know that ho has returned to his former home la Cow Creek Ky A I DA BOY FROM ROME today tea com from Eetalr A boy ees leave een Rome An ho ee atop an speak wettb me I weeih he stay at home tie stop an say Hellol to me- An wen lie tandln due I smell da smell of E talr mesh Btceckln ten heei hair Dat com weelh heem across da sea- An een da cloei ha wear Da peopla bump heera een da Wee Da noise eel scare heem too II He eei so clumsy een da feet I He don know wat to do Dare eei 10 many theeng he meet I Dat eec 10 strange 10 new He 1 iheever an be ask eet hero Eet sea 10 always cold Den een hoes eye eei com a tearHe eei no vera old qneeyIHe look up een da sky so naT But oh bees eye oei be So far away 10 far away An Wat ho see I tee Da sky eet eei no gray today At home een Eetaly He lee da glada peopla set Where warma shine da sky Oh while he eeia look at eet Ho eei beegen to cry Eet I no growl an swear a beet hoe too my frond would L Oh why he stop an speak west me Dee boy dat leeve een Rom An com today from Eetalyl I weesh he stay at home T A Daly In Catholic Standard and Times ITaking No Chances Now bo a good girl and 111 glee you this ponny when I como back Dotter give It to me now ma You might not come backl Brownings Magazine Not In the Conductors Clan Do I look like a street car conductor The words uttered In a loud tone of displeasure caused tho passengers on an Olive street car to look In the direc tion of tho speaker A man was sitting about tho middle of tho car next to the aisle reading a paperThe passenger who spoke had stop ped beside the man who was reading Tho latter absentmindedly offered his fellow passenger a nickel Tho Indignant query which this notion brought forth caused tho reader to look up and realize his mistake Glancing at the conductor after viewing tho passenger a moment ho said quietly You dont resemble this conductor Hes a good looking maoSt Louis Republic Comfort For Missy Not long ago a young lady of Macon Oa visited tho homo of her fiance la New Orleans On her return homo an old colored woman long In tho service of the family and consequently privileged to put tho question asked Honey when Is you golu to git marriedr Tim engagement not having been an nounced the Macon girl smilingly replied Indeed I cant soy auntie Perhaps I shall never marry Tho old womans jaw fell Aint dat a pity now sho said But after all missy dey do say dat ole maids In tho happiest critters there Is onco day quits struggllnV Llpplncotfo Maga zine His Fathers Son At school Wilbclm lied great difficult with his arithmetic problems and his teacher tried In vain to mako him understand Finally to bring tho mat ter home he said If I should go Into your fathers shop and say I wanted two pounds of meat and ho only had a pound and a half what would ho daY Tho boy thought profoundly for a moment and then said no would mako up the weight with his thumb Muskcto Papa Rebuked Mother Kathl listen what papa says on this post card Tell Kathl to bo a rood llttlo girl and not so tiresome as the has been lately What shall I say to him In reply Kathl lndlgnantlyTcll him It Isnt proper to write such things on a post Lard where every ono can see thorn ETllcgcndo Blatter Aged by Sorrow Client to matrimonial agent Yon showed mo this ladys photo last year end told mo she was twentyflve but tftor making Inquiries I find she Is vcr thirty Matrimonial Agent Well you see her father died lately and that aged her much Moggondorfer Blatter Uncertain Future Arent you going to housekeeping naked the friends of tho swell young Benedict No he replied I cant ease the house wo wanted for less than a year Ind we may be divorced In six months rou knowCatholic Standard and tiDIes l 1ofo+o+o+o +o+o+o+c+o+o+o+o +o+o+oho+o+o+alo+o+o+o+o 0 o XI+ foo and th- eNATIONAL 0 0 or J BANKo + t foff0for That Wealth o o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS oI0 THEM I o BefeaNational Bank- S I o E WELCH President J L GAY Cashlor 0 to+o+o+o o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o+o+o+oo+o +4 o o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+0o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o++o+o+ + o 1 t If You Are Looking For o I Bargains I iYou must Not Pass This Store i0 0+0 + 0 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Cloves etc at Bargain Prices Workto Hats Collars Ties etc o Also some Extra Values in l + I I Suits i o 0 Io We sell Groceries Tinware and 9 pay top prices for Producen tYours for Business o- I p Moyes Cash StoreI I Berea Ky f 2 OOO+ OOOO O+O+O+O+OO+O O+OO+Wo+oo+o+oea STOP SPREAD OF TYPHOID Dr Cowlej Olres Simple Direction which Must be Followed This Is the time of theyear when Berea Is commonly visited with an epidemic of typhoid By studying carefully and observing accurately the following suggestions much can be dono to prevent this spread of typhoid for typhoid Is a preventable and there tore an unnecessary disease 1 Typhoid Is caused by a germ which la found In the mouth stools and urine of patients suffering with the disease Therefore in every ease ot typhoid the spit vomit and dis charge should bo sterilized Place ono teaspoonful of formalin In the vessel with these discharges leave them stand covered 15 minutes and then bury them In the back part ot tho garden Never put a piece ot news paper on the floor for the patient to spit on Flies get into it and carry it on their feet to the table and deposit It on tho food and so spread the dis ease 2 Keep all flies out of the room There is nothing worse than flies for spreading typhoid They are filthy lighting on any piece ot soiled linen UShtinSIonthem out 3 One and only one person at a time should nurse tho typhoid patient and while she Is on duty she should do nothing elseSha should not touch tho cooking or baking After sho bathes or otherwise attends to the patient sho should carefully wash her hands In soap and water Immediately after touching tho patient 4 The bed linen should be renewed as soon as it Is the least bit soiled It should be soaked In a tub of water containing 2 table spoonfuls ot for maim for at least an hour wrlnsed In in fresh water and hung In the sun several hours All towels and otbct linen touching tho patient should bo soaked and dried In tho sun the same wayIt h really a aid to neglect these simple precautions for If they are care fully followed typhoid fever will not spread but will surely disappear from tho community The neglect of these precautions spreads tho disease and causes thousands ot deaths yearly 1 First International Athletics Tho fleet International athletic con test under recognized rules governing amateur athletics was In New York la 1895 There were 11 events and the Americans won them alL TF BnTgeht St lntuThe son of a wealthy London mer chant was sent to Edlnburg to etudyi medicine After an absence pf soma time pater went to the Scottish cap Ital to see his son While out doing the sights pater pointing to a large colonnaded building asked his son what It was Ho replied Well pa tor I really do not know I have such little time for sightseeing On meet Ing a policeman and asking the ques lion they were told That bufldlag sir la the School of Medicine Bethnal Green BethnalGreen whoso lawless has just been revealed before the poIflice commission seems In the past to havev been as Idyllic a spot as Its ruralsounding name suggests accord tog to the London Chronicle By coach wrote Pepys In June 1663 to DednaU Green to Sir W Riders to din ner A One merry walk with the ladles alono after dinner In the garden the greatest quantity of straw berries I ever saw and good This v Y house was built by tho blind beg IJ of BethnalGreen so much talked of and sang In ballads II e Readers of Percys Rellques will recall that famous Blind Beggar That daylye sits begging for charltlo He Is tho good father of pretty Bee Bee It Is a far cry from Popys straw berrygrowing days to Matthew Ar nolds squalid streets of Bethnal Qreenl Women Must Like to Work The Increase in the number at wr ta en In the trade and industry of Air Sf lea Is alarming Out of 305 ga fcful i occupations enumerated by the ion 1 sus of the United States there are only eight in which woman do not ap pear From four out ot those eight toe cupatlons women are excluded by larrr At the present time there aro over 6000000 women at work In various trades and occupations lathe TJnltd States In 1900 of every Ave Ame ri can women over tea years of 8kO there was one who was going outside of bar family duties and who was t ak ing part In the gainful work of xho working world At that time tl pro were 40 women civil engineers j 30 women mechanical and electrical aa gineers end three women mining 1sa Iineers besides U women voterln W1 urgeoas Techl cal World l 1 r- a 1 1The Citizen JK family newspaper for1I that li right true end Interesting i J Published every Thursday at Derea Ky t BEREA PUBLISHING CO- t Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Ratonf Subscription PAYABLE IN ADVANCE S1lraN Thiee Monthi g fIkndmoney by roe oa or Bzpreu Money Order Draft Re Uteied Letter or one and two cent ttamp j The date after name on label shows ta what date your lu1scrtntloD Is paid If It to not changed within three week after renewal I notify u- MbdnRI notified numbers will be gladly tupptied If ware Fine Premiums given for new tubMiiptloni and prompt renewal Send for LIBeral letms given to any who obtain new r ubacrlptlona for us Any one sending ua four feary aubvrlptloni can receive The Citlien m htmtelf for one year 1 AiSvcrtitJng rttez on application I ti I t MCURX OF KEXTVCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A San Francisco bellboy found a wallet containing 2250 and returned it to the owner He mast have been a stranger In the city A Philadelphia clergyman married A couple in ono minute and forty seconds but you can bet they were not Philadelphia people President Fnllieres of Prance is ex ceedingly thrifty lIe spends as lit tie as possible tt hid liberal allow once of 600000 per annum how Zealand the laid of social experiments is having ilb labor tiou bles It is difficult to get away from human nature oven In Utopia Ellen Terry says women are hap- pIer with husbands younger than themselves No doubt it Is the motherly Instinct coming into play The word thousand on the new 1000 American silver certificate Is said to be misspelled but the aver age worklngman wilt never notice 1L The Gen Sherman tablet in the hall of fame bears the legend War Is cru elty and you can not refine It Hut the generals expression was less mollycoddlalgh The Chicago woman who announces that she is going to stop smoking on f the streets and in all public places has apparently realized at last tho enormity of her offence t Chivalry is apparently not appro elated at Buffalo Two young men there fought over their rivalry for the favor of a young woman and she has discarded both of them A Connecticut youth has discovered i an artificial substitute for rubber He says it answers all the purposes of rubber and will be so cheap that everybody can get necks Evidence accumulates that the army engineers will do less talking in proportion I to the dirt moved than any other bosses the Panama Job has had i The proof is the comparative silence on the isthmus Prince Edward eldest son of the prince of Wales has developed quite an amount of ability as a singer It is said he has a singing voice far Above the average and has been selected as a member of the choir of the loyal Naval college where ho Is at- tendIng school Paper yarn bas been spun and WoVen at Vcrviers In Belgium for ten years past The paper cord is largely used for tying email packages The sacking manufactured there has ren dered admirable service and seems to replace the jut article perfectly Sacks this material have been very sueot cessfully employed AS mall bags The Dunkarfls protest against the wearing of neckties toy their disciples is not so bad It simply denotes their abhorrence of the vanities of this world AS exhibited in our fashionable congregations nowadays They have no more use tar the haberdasher than they have for the fashionable milliner Its good New Testament doctrine says Boston Herald It u stated by C C Georgeson spe cial agent of the United States department of agrlcnltare in charge of Alaskan investigations that Alaska i has agricultural possibilities to an ex tent which will make the fullest do I velopmcnt of her resources practl cable The territory can furnish homesteads of 320 acres each to 200 I 000 families and has abundant resources to support a population of 3000000 persons Traders now pass freely between Calcutta and Tibet The masses of Tibet are eager to trade with the white peoplo says Consul General Michael of Calcutta The Important products of Tibet are borax niterr goldbetc 5 That StPaul policeman who car I sled an alarm clock in his hat to wake him up at proper intervals was in luck to get discharged This world has wreaths of laurel and heaps of v yellow gold tM genius Uke that when it Is properly applied i f wITt 1t1t5itttliS Man nut WI1t Ctnrpnratintt Jrnblrltt By JUDGE PETER S GROSSCUP or U S Superior Court Not only is the corporation tho legal instrument through which is wielded almost wholly the industrial energy of this generation of Americans it is tho beet instrument yet discovered bywhich that ouorgy can be wielded Not only is tho corporation the modium through which the wealth of the peoplo works out this ages industrial triumplis it is the only medinm through which the people whilo working out their tri umphs na n whole can also work out ouch for himself his Mpnrato individual instinct for a personal share in the triumphs achieved Indeed what government is to mankind politically organized the corporation has become to modern industry organized And it is in the corporation in this relation of intermediary between those seeking to own and the property to be owned that tho destinies of the future are tho most deeply bound up- There is no need to keep up the impression that between tho corporation and the people there is a great gulf that tho corporation tiui only prosper at the expense of the people and tho peoplo can only pros per at tho tlxponsoof tho corporation Bftwcoii tho corporation when it once roaches its best estate and the people thoro need be no gulf for in the last analysis it is the people who aro building up those industrial triumphs though in corporate form that everywhere surroundusthe peoples accumulating wealth tho peoploa thinking toads tho peoples busy hands the peoples throbbing aspiring hearts and tho corporation when it readies its bat estate will Como to bo recognized and trusted only as the organized form through which those ponds and those hands and these hearts and those accumulated savings accomplish their work And when the days of time corporations best estate have come it will be recognizes also to bos wield to strike at on enterprise mealy because that enterprise is incorporated asit is wicked now to inaorporato crime merely because by so doing it may be put beyond the reach of tho law wI1t itt J of- 3Jtnuit3fftubit By JEAN VICTOR BATES There are two forms of with n view to improve and faul find ing with a view to an noy As to tIle first form Exacting persons who fuss fret and fame bccauco overtone thom solves included and everything is not perfect in an imperfect world undoubtedly possess a proper desire for excellence They have set tho Ideal before them and are striving to attain to it Now Ideality is divine From it springs discontent with the actual dissatisfaction with present attainments poasoseions and with our own and other mens actions or thoughts But this same spark of the divine if uncontrolled often develops into an insidious mental disease acting all the more subtly from its alliance with what is noblest in us Perhaps this is why so many estimable individuals are merely a source of uneasiness to all with whom they como in contract They are exacting discontented unhappy and they spread this discontent and unlmppiuecs around thorn They make no allowances either for themselves or others they never miss an opportunity to correct and loudly deplore all they sea wrong and so after awhile their great virtue of being dissatisfied with imperfection turns into nothing more nor less than a vice There is also a timo not to find fault and in the right perception of that time Jies no small part of the art of managing others Again the reproof which has most sympathy in it will always be the most effectual just as any sign of anger or temper on the faultfinders part will tend to bring about the opposite result Only by an impartial survey of our own characters can our disappointments in our friends be moderated and our affections far from declining gain additional strength from the con sciousness that there is room for improvement and forbearance on both sides Nagging or faultfinding with the desire to annoy has Its origin in self and selfishness Self darkens the lives of those who nag Unlike the fussing Idealists naggers are blessed or cursed with an unfailing good opinion of themselves They never find fault except when other peo ples failings get on their nerves or otherwise interfere with their personal and private comforts and interests but K high an idea have they of what these should be they arc seldomindeedseversilent Occupied with plans for their own benefit furious when these fall through how can they regard their neighborSwith anything save irrita tion They glower on all alike do their utmost to sour and disturb every place and character they come across and forgetif they ever knew that smiling in a brothers face is clarity lat 3mjbt nab iottt Hit ibBy THOMAS A EDISON tnulUindingfaultf- inding Fully 80 per cent of tho illness of mankind comes from eating im proper food or too much food People are in clined to overindulge themselves in this respect when they are spending their holidays I have always been alight eater and I fully appreciate the fact that time solo purpose of food is to preserve the chemical energies and keep the human machine going When there is no drain on the system the minimum amount of food will do Even the Italian laboreiw are able to preserve their muscular tissue on a small amount of bread and cheese and they certainly work hard Then wily is it necessary for the business man to cat quantities of food when there is no drain on his flysjem Elaborate dinners area curse Many bufness men eat enough food to supply a rugimont They are clogging up their boilers hy doing so and will live to regret it Another important rule to observe is this Oct out of bed as soon as you open your eyes in the morning Dont lie in bed and watt to JscV if you cannot go to sleep again That is a foolish thing to do Jump yourln1 BOMBS HURLED AT POLICEMEN DURING RIOTS IN NEW YORK ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED Dy BuUtlng Infernal Machine Throw Dy Sympathizers of Striking Garbage Men New York July 2Domb throwing and riots took placo lu tho northern part if Manhattan despite the tact that tho strike of the garbage carl drivers was declared ollolally ended A delegation of tho strikers called on Mayor McClollan during tho day and told him that tho urn would conform to his request and return to work loan ing their grievance to bo taken up ala For late Moro tlma thrco hours after this violence and disorder wore reported In liurlwn Ma ant horses were knocUcd down by bombs windows were broken by the concussion anti four hundred policemen wore unable to control tho recklww mob Several policemen wore Injured one seriously by tho bursting of a bona at his feet- Showors of bricks were rained froa windows and housetops scrap iron and stones worD hurled from over conceivable hiding place anti hundredi of women from the foreign quartan took part In the disorder Fully flvo thousand poarsons surged In about the police reserves constant pelting thorn with firecrackers and wore dangerous missies and keeping up a continuous fusillade upon tbe nonunion cartdrlvprs whom tho police wore trying to protect- Bombthrowing began early In the afternoon at 107th street and First avo nuo when an Internal machine dropped tram a housetop exploded within a taw feet of five policemen who were escort lag a cart and driver The roar of the bomb was hoard for blocks and 50 additional police wore hurried to the spot No sooner had the poltoo charged the crowds whore the first bomb toll than tho windows wore shattered bj iv second explosion a block beyond at Second avenue and 107th street At this spot tho bomb was appsuooUj hurled from an upper window but exploded Just before reaching the pavo mont knocking down a down persons close by and causing a general panto Tho cart driver It Wu aimed at dM not suffer By this blue that part ol the oily was stirred with general up roar and disorder PRESIDENT CADRERA Has Caused the Arrest of 160 Guat malean Citizens Mexico City July 2Word reach d Mexico City that President Oftbro a Guatemala has ctutsett tho arrest et ICO oidxens of that republic oa the charge of alleged coraitJldty In the rOo cent attenUpt to aeseselnate him All were thrown kilo prison and later herded into squads of twenty aad tried In groups Two bonds have been tried and many of the aooused sentenced tc death Among the men Imprisoned are tome of tho most wealthy and prominent lathe country The statement M made that those men have long been on Cabreras biaol list and that tho charges against them were trumped up for political purposes The report has created groat ex dtotnent emong Central American rest dents In this city and at n mass moot- Ing to be hold Sunday tho matter will bo discussed Hanged to Railroad Viaduct Dalton Oa July 2Dock Posoy I 1Dlddh goo white man tho selfetfessed asitaultor of his jyeurold stop daughter was taken from tho Whltfleli county Jail hero and hanged to a rail road viaduct In tho middle of the city and his body was found hero at daylight Posoy on his way to ills dealt admitted the crime Young Girl Choked To Death Vansau Wls July 2Jennie Rehle daughter of John E Rohle aged It years was assaulted and murderw in a strip of woods along the neat near her home Two men have beer arrested on suspicion They gave the names of Irvle Bartlett of Naihrlll and James Mackey of Chicago Killed Four Men Bethlehem Pa July 2Two hoavll loaded cars becoming separated from i Bethlehem Steel Co train at the state works crashed Into a shifting engine killing Weston A Grow of Hollcrton Harry J Martin of Bethlehem Wm Dorney of Center Valley and R Nus letting Closer Havana July 2The obscrvator ntBelen College reports severe earth quake about 931 mites to the south The oscilllations lasted upward of ax hour Two Thousand Coming Honolulu July 2 Arrangement are being mode to charter steamships each of which will carry 2000 Japa nose from Honolulu to Vancouver D C Raise for Seven Thousand Chicago July 2Nouly 7000 met employed on She street car lines ant elevated roads of Chicago received ui advance In wages of from 7 to 10 pel cent All traction employee on bolt the north and wet aides of the city STI included in the advance Confessed to Burglar Newport It I July 2lIavlng con fessod to a burglary charge Naval Aj prentice W J3l Platt was taken from the naval hospital here to West Union 0 to answer for the crime Two coo federates are BOW delay to I nnnnnnnnnnnnn THE HEIGHT OF THE TREE You Can Tell It Without tha Aid of an Instrument To know how ono may without in itrumcnta and with approximate no turacy obtain tho height of trees buildings and similar lofty objects which are Inaccessible to measurement by hand Is iv bit of simple knowledge that may sometimes bo of proat value and Is always sure to be amusing and instructive For tho purpose of Illustration tako any tall tree that stands upon fairly level ground Make a rough guess at tho height of tho tree and mark a point that till tance away and on as near a levol with tho foot of tho tree as possible Accuracy depends largely upon this At tho point selected sot firmly up right a rod of known liolght for con vonlonco call It seven foot above the ground Tho operator must now ob tain If ho does not already know It tho height of his oyes above tho ground For a man of five feet ton and a half Inches let us soy this measurement Is likely to bo five foot six inches that 1st four and a halt inches less than tho height Hut says Youths Companion If a tape Is con veniently lit hand It Is bettor to make nn Individual and accurate measure moat Now let the surveyor Ho flat on his back with his heels close against tho bottom of tile polo Ily sighting over tho top of It lie must bring the top of tho tree In direct line tn order t do this it may be necks sary to make one or two experiments 1I JJ Diagram of the Method by soiling tho vole forward or back wardCare must be taken however not to force the alignment by any stretch Ing or seroueblng In order to bring the aye Into the deihed plane Whoa tho proper point ta mind as indicated In tho figure the surveyor will see that he has furnished himself with the two similar triangles ABC and ADH Tho length of tile side AD is known to bo In this ease five feet and six inches tho side DC Ii seven feet the lido AD is quickly measured and found to bo let us say CO feet The geometry student will turn naturally to tho proposition about elm liar triangles and their homologous sides when ho reaches this point But for the general convenience the sim plo arithmetical process Is given Write out tho proportion or carry It in your head it you ennAD is to AD as BC Is to DE Putting this in fig ures Five and a half Is to GO as seven Is to bo unknown quantity tho height of the tree Multiply AD G- Oby DC 7 and divide the result by AB 5 and tho result Is approxi mately 76 feet four Inches tho desired measure of tho tree With this formula firmly In mind the surveyor may secure tho same result by a simpler method on the same principle Drive the polio Into the ground until tho top is just ftt tho level of the eyes lher111e down and sight as before Since tho lines AD and CO thus secured are equal tho lines AD and DBvwIH also bo equal and it Is only necessary to measure the lino AD In order to obtain the height of the tree It the surveyor knows tho length of his step he can paco the distance and thus measure tho tall tree pretty accurately without the use of footrule tapo or anything of tho kind POOR JOHN I Of course without a doubt Its but to have It out Then Ill never have a toothache any more Ive hit the very thingtThe doorknob and a string But I somehow kind o hats to abut the toor- Phllac1etDhla Hdsw e 4 If THE TWO CORKS PUZZLE f It Seems Simple Dut It Is Mardi to Do Take two corks and hold them i aVi shown viz oaoh laid transvoratQy across the fork of the thumb Novr wltb tho thumb und second finger Qt tho right hand ono on each end tifto hold of tho cork In the loft Stand all at tho samo time with the thumb and second finger of the Ipt hand take hold of the cork in tho ight hand and draw thorn apart i Tho abovo sounds simple enough but the novice will find that tho club are brought crosswise as In tho lower section of our Illustration I I How the Corks Are Held The piiMle Is to avoid tide and enl ib them to part froely Solution The secret lies In the po sition of the hands as they are brought together The uninitiated V bring thorn together with the palms of both turned toward the body with tho consequence we have deserlbad To solve the putzle turn the palm of the right band Inward and that ot tho loft hand outward In the not et bola ing the corks They will then saps the Montreal Herald not get In each others way but may be separated without tho least dffaoulty- STEVENSONS AUTOGRAPH t CHow the Author Rewarded Thoughtfulness of a Collector Robert Louis Stevenson whete Treasure Island Master of Dallantrao and other stories are dear to every boys heart bad a great dUMko fur seeing his name misspelled In such forms os Stephenson ee Following Is the letter ho wrote to one of the BHmarous persons who asked the favor et his autograph ValMHM UpMla 8ahia Yes have Mat ii a ens In wit a jrow have MM lat a dln M I Wwtefw yea hews Beat It to e JMBMNl wear lee dmw M trui n lr tor You ha aMlM n- A f e ell and aloe Ally dos that In K a you etaed bee1aMe sent n o- M tamp der my Beat aatutled II n leap for yoon VINI l to wits co utarh oMMfctoeMttm I take a piu a Co atata v Jue it andt- svl b ilthe iwtea te aani 11buI IgnamuronoBunr LOUT fmr tho OM wluh tuiu ivir C H- Dont you wtpect that C R must hare been a stamp eathwetaet ai well at an amonraph eoileelorT For It would occur to few others than pWla tellsts to Inclose Samoan Mampe for a reply trots Vaillma The Ant Dr Flngg tolls an IntoroMlg story of some ants ho observed A pie was placed on a bolt In a cupboard with a wide ring of molasses cnolrollng It and wanting tho pie for breakfast they tot out to got It They first marched about the ring leaving an ant hero nail thoro at places which wero seen to be less wldo than the rest of tho ring Then they carefully selected tho narrowest place and going to nn old nail hole In the wall they formed an endless stream oC per tore each bringing a grain of plaster Thoy built a causeway through the molasses of theso bits of lime and In three hours from time time of discov err thoy wero eating tho plo Not After That Tattle Forest had just started to school says the Chicago Tribune Ills father was accosted on his way home ono evening by n neighbor who said So your little boy la- n great fighter at school On or riving homo tho father summoned the boy at onco Forest is it so that you fight with the boys at school Oh well I fight everything up to tho fourth gradol Umbrella Without Handle Tho umbrella of a Vienna architect Is a covering of silk or other mate rial supported on the shoulders by means of two thin rods and a bantYacross the chest When not In uV It folds Into a very small epaco The hands are left free and tho device Is especially recommended for persons who sometimes work In rain like architects engineers and art tats v Bigger Than He Looked c FooddealUncle John to lila nephew I ap ct I arent so llttlo Insldo at I looks outside was Toms Ingenious explanation J fI 1t Gulls as Letter Carriers Successful experiments havo beet made In Toulon to use gulls In place fof carrier pigeons They have thJit soadvautage thnt unlike pigeons tRcy Aro always ready to fly oven In tht 1 fiercest storm SelfMade Men Everybody likes and respects eglbt made men It Is a gcat deal to bo made In that way than not tc j ho made at nil Oliver Wendell HoTmcs t Sunny People The world delights lu sunny pco pie The old are Jiungoilns for lotwore than for broad Diummotw a i09199Rl9lOi YAiYAY9 y70LYJdY JliYNY y5i YiC9 r MRS CHASES CURE JByMary L Cummins XYJJYl C JJOrrorwCO l oocrCJJrCCJJQrrcrrJJ Copyright by Joph 11 Ilowlm Are you In Mrs ChaioT I thought Id just run over and sit awhile A bright motherly face showed It suit mettle tho door followed by an tniplo figure Eleanor Chase rose tram hor rockingchair the worried almost fretful look which ot late had become hor habitual expression and marred an othorwlso pretty face dispelled for the mamrnl by a smile of welcome Come right In Mrs Llnooln she said cordially I dm glad you came ovor The oldprly woman seated herself Excuse my fancywork she smiled drawing n woB worn stocking from a bag of ample dimensions I ootiJd not hare come unlacs I had brought if- He hostOM sighed Mrs Llnooln was holding her hood on use side contemplating a hole with a 1n k et cervical despair Blpanor Chase glanced at her Yuan take everything so cheerful aho said somewhat wistfully Llttlo thing dont seem to woar upon jou- sad make you nervous as they do mo t think yen must have been Intended far motherhood I sometimes doubt whether I am- Mr dear Mr Lincoln laid down hor stocking and looked fixodly at hor- rOlllptlllenevory woman was In ttttnded for motherhood make no mis take about that People may ad vanao all the newfangled theories they like about higher vocations There is no higher vocation than that 1 IJ for whleh tbo Lord himself formed usTho two women sewed for some time In silence They had hooD near nniibbors for ton years ovor since Mrs Chase as a pretty brldo had come to live In IInevllle and had roHdhal that stage of pleasant Inti macy whore speech In not always nee oswiry I had a letter from my slater Mr Van Onsen thus morning Mrs Ckaao remarked alter awhllevsho was and of noting her sister Mrs Van On eon who had married a wealthy Hllk- or many years her senior and was now a WIdow moving In UIU most oxtiutlvo alrofeo of a ooniorvatlro Now Knginml oUr the wants mo to ere and pad a wreak with her hilt- of nnrsp that lit out of the ques flan W hv Mra Lincoln naked rah 1 couldnt take the children and what wowM they Oo wtYu01st their M txroy Dan as B Nao culls mar Ht lice was four and the bahy of the family V w look here Mrs Ckaso the neighbor lAid down her work and spoke omptiaUoaUy a vacation Is just exactly what you need You are tired and matters seem all awry to you A week with your ulster will ho an entire change and you will look at things with widely different oyoa when you return Mr Chase can got his meats down town and I will take Hvollne right over to my house see that Hlslo nnd Alan havo enough to eat and keep an eye on them out of school hours I can run over hero at bedtime too and see that they are all right Oh 1 couldnt think of allowing you to do all that Mrs Chase had dropped her sowlxg also A faint jilnk flush came Into her cheeks and lier eyes shone Dont you neighbor worrythosaid or two more or less never yet fazed mo Twentyfour hours later Evelines Mummy Doe stood arrayed In a smart travqllng suit hastily pUt chased for tho occasion her prettiest clothes packed and already on their way to tho railway station Once on tho train her mind reach ed out toward the alluring prospect ahead A weak a wholo week of freedom from petty household cares with no concern about meals except to sit down to an exquisitely appointed table and the privilege of mingling with her sisters cultured friends dire Van Ouscn met her at the depot She was a tall distinguished L looking woman whoso whole appear I ance sppkn of good taste and tho power to Indulge It Eleanor leaned back against the luxurious cushions of thu carriage a sense of pfcasurable excitement growing upon her as they Were driving home Tho round table was exquisite with i its rare china cut glass and damask There was no small Irresponsible hand hero to reach out with aimless grasp and upset the cream Mrs Van Ouscn hail no children A soft booted maid waited upon them antici paling every want Afterwards they retired to the own particular sanctum of the hostess but once ensconced thero Eleanor dId not find that the ball of conversation rolled no easily as she hid expected Tho slstcro paths In life had run in such different directions they had de veloped along such wldply different lines In the lost few years that tbo only common ground upon which It seemed possible for them to meet was the time when they wore girls together This subject they dwelt upon living old scenes over and over again and Eleanor retll feeling that ono had had n delightful evening There was no hInt by which she could hove discovered that Mrs Van Ouson found It sanswhat of a strain Tn latter waq waiting wien she ran down to breakfast next ing mornI I hnvo been consulting gagement book she began and I nnd that this Is a pretty full day though with a deprecating move mont of tho handsI rarely have a day that Is not Eleanor nodded brightly Our class on economics meota at 11 liar slater wont on Then I have an appointment at my dressmakers and we lunch with Mrs Cosgrovo a particular friend ot mine Tho regu lar meeting of our literary olub comes At thjco and at 430 thoro Is a little tea In tho Henaliaonco suite of the womans clubyou have not seen our now club house by the way and oh yes I have Invited a few friends to dinner tonight to neat you my dearAll this sounded very attractive It was what she bad boon hungering for Eleanor told herself Hut when at night she dragged her tlrod foot tip to her room tho day looking book upon IU seemed ono unending whirl of strange places and shifting scenes of rushing from place to place never staying In any ono long enough to en joy It- Utterly weary she flung herself Into a deep chair and then perhaps be cause she was so physically worn outa terrible feeling seemed to grip hor heart She felt as though she must cry A mad Impulse to bundle her things together and start for home seized her It was Eleanor Cbasos first experience of home sickness Stoknofisl Yes that was the word Sho was III with sudden longing for her children A vision or Mrs LIncoln putting Hvellno to bed rose baforo her bringing with It a swift pang ot Jealousy Never before had any hand but her own undressed her baby The next day proved to bo a repeti tion of what she had already been through ending with n reception from whleh she returned near midnight too weary for any emotion mat Ole longing for steep Unfortunately Morphswi was not to be wooed so lightly and sleep refuted to coma until long after the first ray of morning sunlight flickered Into tho darkened room Then tho sleep WM a rmtless unrofreshlng ono that left her face drawn and weary Hy morning her mind was made up but breakfast was almost over before she found courage to speak It would I I Couldnt Stand the Hard Workl She Said with a Tremulous Laugh have been far easier to have addressed the the womans club or the Progress lye Thought league at hope than to face her sitter but she closed her square cut Jaw flrmty and began Lilian cho said hesitatingly I bopo you will not misunderstand you have been very kind to mebut Im nfruld I mist go home today Mrs Van Duscns finely arched eyo brows raised themselves Interroga tively You are not enjoying your visit she said with polite regretIIndeed It Is not that DutI dont know whether I can make you understand It was a mistake my coming without tho children They arc so much a part ot me now whllo they aro young ItIt Is like trying to be happy with tbo very heart out ot my body somewhere deed Oh cant you understand how you would feel If you had a babythree of thorn who wanted you every minute of the day and In whom you lived and moved and had your being And then thoro Is Alanwhy we hove never been separated before since we were married and things dont seem the some without him lint It Is the dill dren that I simply must see Whatever brought you home so soon Mm Lincoln cried Eleanor threw back her head and dashed the tears from her eyes In that moment tho scales dropped from her eyes and she looked ten years younger an she faced tUe other wo manI couldnt stand tho hard work she said with a tremulous laugh I simply could not endure It any 101501 so hero I am Mrs Lincoln smiled happily and marveled at what had been wrought In so short a time The vacation cure had certainly worked like r charm In every waI n A MECHANICPRIEST l Cure Mends Motor Carl When Not Engaged In Holy Offices Noar tho northern coast of Iranco on a route much frequented by motor fete lion the village of Oralncourt Hero a beautiful little church U set high among tho trees with a tower reflected tranquilly in a lake that sleeps beside tho road and a cemetery half hidden In verdure Close by In tho home of the priest and around It a strange litter of bicycles motor cycles automobiles oil cans and tools while tho open door of an outbuilding reveals on ono tilde a kind of garage on the other a repair shop From This building as tho tourist ap proaches comes a tall figure with tho body of an athlete and tho head of a missionary with bright eyes and n grizzled board a kindly smile and muscular arms hoaxed to tho elbow Is this tho euro of Oralncourt or Is It the vlllago mechanic Ho is both Times are hard since the law sepa rating church from state went Into effect and ono must live explains the cureM lo Cure Is no martyr howevor His father was a smith and he grew up with a passion for tools When the bicycle came in ho became an ama tour specialist and for 16 years lie has boon mending punctured tires and repairing broken pedals for his flock freo of charge Then canto tho motor car with Its mysterious life so pow erful In its frail envelope Tho motor car won tho heart of tho cure He IOVOB It and thinks ho understands It Ho has oven built a car and u motor cycle for himself And so tho fame of tho mechanical curo of Gralncourt has gone abroad throughout all the country and at last ho lion decided without any scruple to make a business of what had for morly been a pastime He believes In his simple soul that he can bo Just as good a priest can administer the sacraments and hear confessions just as well while he earns his living with his ten fingers Now York Tribune PASTIME OF JOCKEYS Get Their Enjoyment Out of Humble Sports To the casual visitor to the race tracks around Now York who is quite as much Interested In the human spectacle as ho la In tho races thorn selves ono of tho elements that at tract his attention Is that of the Jockeys These lmle faced little lads whose countenances are sadly serious as a rule have such a curiously boy lIb way of enjoying themselves between races that It comes aa a sur prise to one not familiar with their ways to learn that ono of the racier g men threatened to suspend his 26 000 rider it he did not refrain from spending his nights at Coney inland or iu the Tenderloin Tho surprise will come to such a man since whenever he has seen them killing time between races they have almost Invariably been playing num bletepeg Seated on the grass In front of the quarters assigned to them these boys In their thin silks and featherweight boots spend their time absolutely absorbed In the game just as if they were ordinary school boys and were not making Incomes that nm up Into the thousands every year To look at them absorbed In this pastime they seem so extremely youthful that one might well wonder If the average habitue of the Tenderloin would not advise such a lad to run homo and go to bed Feathered Brigands Following tho report of ravages by foxes In Richmond park comes news of wholesale massacres In London parks by other but equally destructive Invaders Ducklings newly hatched about the ornamental waters of tho various parks are falling victims to tho carrion crow In tho early morn- Ing thIs marauder penetrating to the heart of London watches and waits In a tree overlooking a lake and In due course swoops down upon the helpless brood One of these raids was wit nessed by a keeper In Kensington gardens Scores of ducklings have been devoured and no many young birds have disappeared from the Serpentine of late that it was supposed that rats had beet at work but the blame Is now laid on tho carrion crow As In tho CUBe of the foxes reprisals are occasionally made by tho keepers with abotgunsLondon Globe His Clinic Portrait That remarked the artist casu ally is my clinic portrait Clinic exclaimed tho visitor Why drag In your fathers profes lion Tho painter grinned Well that Just describes It ho declared I call It that because four ladles came to call on me one afternoon and after I had showed some of my work one of them asked me If I wouldnt show them just how I painted a portrait I asked ono of them to pose for me and sat down and did that sketch for them In an hour And that Is why I call It my clinic That is what It was you know The Backslider There Is only one thing Tho brIde sighed Thoro Is only one thing more re markable than tho fortitude with which Tom gavo up smoking as soon as we became engaged And what Is that dear asked befriend The baste with which ho took It up again after our marriage A NEW ORGANIZATION Youths Temperance Alliance of Amer- Ica and What It Will Do A now organization of which Rev Dr Alexander Alison IsMhe head Is being organized among tho children It will be known as Tho Youths Temperance Alliance of America Its effort will be chiefly among the children of the Sabbath schools It Is now being developed under tho charter of the National Temperance society which has been widely known In tho temperance world for 62 years In Its numerous publications and its aggressive campaigning In the Inter ests of total abstinence Membership in the Sabbath school will constitute membership In the alliance Pledge taking will however bo kept to tho front Every time tho alliance meets an appeal will be made for those who are wilting to sign the pledge to do so A book will be kept and a report made every month and a full report once a year of the number thus pledg ing Tho alliance will be organized with a president and vice presidents tho latter being the pastors of tho church and tho Sabbath school superintendents There will be two secretaries a corresponding secretary and a recording secretary one treas urer and the usual committees as the official heads of the work Dr Alison Is widely known In the Prosbytorian church for his evangelis tic labors of recent years and for his former pastoral service In Philadel tibia and Seattle He takes up this new work in tho fortythird year of tho existence of the National Temper ance Kocioty ALCOHOL AND BRAIN POWER One Cannot Do Best Work Under Narcotic Influence The students of the Total Abstln once union In Sweden recently made special Inquiry from well known art lets and literary men for their views concerning the Influence of alcohol for the Inspiration of Ideas The answers were decisive and to tho point Au gusto Hodln the great sculptor replied Those who depend on tho use of alcohol to give them Inspirations or suggestions are doomed to seo themselves and their work soon for gotten njornstjerno Djornson remarked When I am engaged In lit orary work I never use alcoholic liq uors they would only hinder me The Ideas or fancies produced by alcoholic Inspiration are not healthy or proba ble and are useless for my works Gustav Trensson says Evon a thim bleful of spirits weakens all my best faculties The Swedish painter George Van Rosen concludes by say ing Very far from believing that house of alcohol helps to produce artis tic Ideas or conceptions I am of the contrary opinion and believe they will only bo hysterical and monstrous and in most cases they will lead to a weak cuing and finally to a break up of all Inspiring efforts A Temperance State Mississippi has 75 counties all but nine of which are under prohibition law These nine counties lie entirely on tho western Mississippi river bor der and on its narrow southern sea board A largen proportion of Its area la under prohibition than of any other state in the union except those that rejoice In total extinction of tho sa loon It Is expected that two more counties will come over to the pro hibition side and men are already predicting that tho day is In sight on which the Mississippi saloon shall bo driven out An Exposition Without Liquor In tendering its campus of 355 acres for the purpose of tho PanPacific ex position to be held In Seattle Wash during 1909 the University of Wash ington Included a condition to the ef fect that no liquors may be sold with in two miles of these state university grounds The agreement has been reached and the grounds are leased by tho board under the condition stated Weary of Saloon Domination Senator Carmack of Tennessee said some time ago I am weary of saloon domination I am weary of the sa loons open alliance with vice Its open contempt of law I am weary of a condition of things where tho man whose business it is to make tho laws trust bold hIs office by consent of the man whose business iris to break tho laws A British Statesmans Word A tavern throughout the centuries has been the antechamber to tho workhouse the chapclofcase to the asylum the recruiting station to tho hospital tho rendezvous of tho gambler the gathering ground for tho jail Rt Hon J Burns M P Temperance Continues In Texas There are 161 temperance counties In the state of Texas An active move mont Is now on foot for local option In the 30 counties now under license law To Be Rid of Saloons Jackson Tenn isto bo free from saloons on April 1 190S The citys charter will be abolished and it will be elncorporatedand place J under the provisions of the Pendleton bill 5 1855 Berea College 1 078 i FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 50 instructor 1175 students from 27 stales Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main nkjoct St many classes bat each student can be with others like where he can make most rapid pregrsa Which Department Will You Enter ellibrary 1 Draw6scSingingment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who hay finished ihk trade buo Lions and compound numbers Brickwork Para MtPri t greaLLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE s years for those wko tan iatnbingChole of Studies is offered n this course so that a yewtf man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and a young lady it Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a yen to fit for bualaeaa Evesq part of this course as fall and winter terms b very proitaM SasnI extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two tires aad fear year e ur with Latin German Algebra History Scioace eta fitting for eeti g COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scicatiic and Classical 0HJ0 cs with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all autdora aeta ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear ceKaH fit for the profosswa ol teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools eaabUi one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter tad spring terms give the information culture aad training aeceasry fw a true teadJcr and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plane Theory Band may be taken u aa extra ia coanectioa wkk aafcourse Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Ber a College is aot a moneymakieg institution All the tauey received from students is paid out for their benefit and the Sehul t expends oa an average upon each atcleat about fifty doNars a yeas more than he pays in This great deficit Ma made up by the gifts oi Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Beraa ireiet thai It may train young men and womea far lives of usefulseu OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For chargetfAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings assist in work of boarding arm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment 10 as to tarn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books yarn with different people Bmrea favor clathisg Our caaU ia the best bUt as students rust regardlu el tbj- weather warm wraps and underclothing nabrella sera ssecsboes art necessary The Caoaarativ Stare famishes Neb Utt t articlM umbrellas and other aoctsisry articles at cost Living are really below cost The College asks ao reat for the fine buildings in which stmdssits live rooaa rent to pay for cleaning repairs fad Ugfcfc IwUWir of bedding and towels For table board witoat coffee or wtrM14 a week ia the fall and 150 in winter For rowaa famished fad lipts weak inof beiding 40 cents a week ia fall said spring 10 osab ia winter ScWsl Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit u guarantee for return of room key library beaks etc This is lItosee fa returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fet to help H expenses for ears of wheel buildings hospital library etc Studsate pay thing for taitioa er services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The laeidestel Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Medal Sohooia 800 in courses with Latin sad 700 ia CollegiaU coanes- FaysHi rest fce k advance incidental fee end roots rest by the sera board by the month lastallneats are as follows Far Wiater rl1we kFirt day 1700 ftseidos 1 d posit 28th day 600 66ta day i00 total 41 If paid all ia advance 28 li Per Spring Tern 10 woeksFint day 140 nUt day 140 ICth day 270 total 3280 If paid all ia advance Moo Tfce two terra tofttW paid for is advaaoa at a redaction of- aE00 marking only 4910 Lags Wrier Tres 18 weksFirst iay 8060 nth day 600 IGth day 800 84th day 540 total 3100 If jW all advance 37- 00Ktf Students axeiwed fe leave before earl of term mttn back all they have advanced on board and rtoa esespt that ao attvtr Dee U made for any fraction of a week and a fs ef ftftycets u charged for leaving the boarding hall anal fifty cents for Isavtag a room ia term time There is ao readiag of iaaidital fee It Pays to Stay When you have made your Journey and an e1Istarted in school it nays U star as losur u possible The Flrrt Day of fall twin in Kcntember 11 1007 2r information er friendly advice write to tie Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes theleyea of the coca and boys who see It The ouatala people like a good thing when they see It and to get a75tent knife with two blades razor steel and a dollar paper thatts worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar papa ia the world The Knife sled The Citizw for One Dollar I That brings ia suberlptleoa all the tire fss full premitMa llH OB page 7 1 i J ITHE HOME I w I Corn Husk gasket Ity Mn lUll f t Now that com will soon be ready to use some little girl may like to know how to make a pretty little basket of the husks Select the fine inner husks and wrap them in a damp cloth leaving t I them there for two hours and then cut into strips about one inch wide Take six of these strips and tie them together at one end with a string thread separate the strips into three strands two strips to a strand nnd braid them Do not choose strips all the same length at first as they will have to be pieced out to make the braid long enough and the piecing should not be all done at the same place When you have nearly reached the end of your shortest strip open it out Hat lay the end of a new strip over it and fold together In this way lengthJdampen and begin to coil it fastening the edges together with a needle and string thread sewing over and over This will make the bottom of a basket about fire Inches acrossBefore you have coiled quite all piece the strips again and make a yard or so more of the braid Dampen the new part and begin to coil once more this time turning the braid on its edge and running it around to form the sides of the basket widening the sides a little with each row so the basket will flare a little at the top Four inches is a good depth for a basket of this size Finish the top of the basket by sewing another row of braid around the outer edge Either round or oval baskets may bo made according to the way you begin to coil the bottom Be sure and hold the outer braid loose enough 80 the bottom will lie fiat It is a good plan to dampen it a little and put a paper and weight upon it until it is dry before beginning to coil the sides ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School 117 trot Dlnimore Part 3PraolClI Teaching One of the things that kills interest is monotony The daily routine becomes a grind It is a good idea to change frequently the method of hearing the class Children and grown people too for that matter like to be surprised with new things or at least with variations New features must be introduced in the reading the geography and the number lessons Encourage them to talk freely about their work not only in the recitation but at the intermissions on the way to and from school anywhere and every where lest they fall into the habit of supposing the knowledge of the school pertains only to the class room The main thing is that the teacher should be alive to the interests of his pupils Reading and spelling lessons made about the objects with which they are familar such as the chickenst the pigs the baby are just as good and far more interesting than the lessons in the books Number and language lessons can come in the same way Keep them on the search for the things about which they are studying test and tax their knowledge constantly and keep pointing them ever forward to greater achievements Remember that a live teacher makes a live school If the interest dulls never blame the children but take it all upon yourself 8 Good Manners and Good Morals In our zeal in pursuing the 6various branches of study and in our haste to complete the books or to cover amounts there is danger of neglecting the greater things of life It will be readily admitted by all that the development of a strong andupright character is of infinitely more importance than efficiency in special knowledge To illustrate it is more important that a boy should be trained in strict honesty than that he become an expert in arithmetic that gramI I geography mar Not that these minor duties should be neglected but that they I should not be followed to the exclusion of the others lest we be condemned by the Great Teachers injunction These things ought ye to hare done and not have left the others undone Some one may say if the teaching of morals is of so great importance why is there not a textbook so that lessons can be assigned and heard r It I is true there is no special textbook in morals but fortunately many of the textbooks in the common branches are well supplied with moral lessons Most of the public school readers abound in healthful examples of conduct with many opportunities for the wise teacher to make lasting impressions History is rich in heroism and patriotism and if rightly taught cannot fail to make its imprint upon character Like scripture history is for edifi cation and should be studied more for its wisdom than for abstract knowl edge Even arithmetic has its moral value Neatness accuracy and honest work are virtues well worth cultivating The singing of patriotic songs is a power for righteousness and should hare regular place in the daily pro gram of every school The common forms of politeness should likewise receive as much attention as is necessary to secure their ready and constant observance on the part of every pupil These forms are not inherited they must be learned and practised Every child has as much right to be taught how to act in good society as he has to be taught to read Little courtesies like please- and thank you should be insisted upon whether pupils are speaking to the teacher or to each other In many homes the niceties of life are neith er practised nor taught and if children do not learn them at school they will grow up uncultured and rude Nothing pays better than politenss and no opportunity to inculcate it should be overlooked Continued Nut Week LTHE FARM I The Hobson Idea Plan of Hero of DlstrlotFromt tyJAnonateelPh D llurcnuof SolU Washington DC Mr Bonsteel is introduced to an audience that has gathered on muleback in oxcarts by buggy from miles away and starts on his twenty minute talk on soils The scene is some wayside schoolhouse an unoccu pied store fitted with temporary seats or in some cases the courthouse Men and women occupy the seats Half grown boys sit in the windows or at night stretch out on the floors the younger ones frequently falling asleep before the long programmo is finished B speaks of the greatest source of national wealth producing its billions of dollars worth of crops annually He tells of the forty fire individual soils of Alabama each fitted moaningbyploughing stable manures the proper rotation of crops cotton corn cowpeaa and oats and the home mixing of fertilizers All of the points apply to each farm bigheadedbigjoining county As he rises aripple goes over the audience and the whis peredremark is invariably passed around Looks like he has raised iV Ho picks up the thread of argument enforcing the remarks of the first implementsforAbove all things he places good seed You might as well except to raise a racehorse from a Texas broncho as good cotton from the common barnyard varieties of seed He tells of the work of the farmers Coop erative Cotton Culture Workers At first he made the departments offer of free seed of the early triumph variety to farmers who would agree to co operate in improving the crop in the Sixth district All of the available seed was first three meetings and Mr Wilson can now only promise a good supply for next year This is the right way to distribute improved seed v IConMoaedWxtWk j it 1 WIRELESS DID GOOD WORK Materially Aided Admiral Togo to Crush Rojeitveniky Wireless telegraphy played a most Important part In tbo great naval en casement between the Russian and Japanese ships In the late war A Japanese writer says that at tho time of the hattie of the Sea of Japan the weather was foggy and hazy to such an extent that It was Impossible to see for a distance greater than fivo miles A Japanese scout cruiser while searching for the Russian fleet Bud denly found herself when the fog had lifted unexpectedly for a moment practically in the midst of the numer ous vessels of the enemy A wireless message was at onco transmitted glv Ing notice of tho discovery and this message was simultaneously received by all the vessels of tho Japanese squadron notwithstanding that these were some 160 miles distant Admiral Togo Immediately dli patched a squadron of scouts which kept In touch with the enemy and in formed him at flvomlnute intervals of the course speed position and loca tion of the Russians with such accu racy that Admiral Togo was ablo to forecast with absoluto precision the actions of the enemy It was through wireless communl cation alone that it was possible for the Japanese commander to manouvoi and to place his fleet to enable him to strike tho enemy most adran tageously All of the Russian ships were equipped with tho latest and most efficient wireless outfits but they failed to interfere with the messages EXCITING INCIDENT IN CHURCH Burning Hit Not Unnaturally Cause of Great Commotion An exciting incident occurred In a church at Heaton Moor Manchester England during a recent service While the congregation were singing the last hymn a tall waving plume In a young ladys hat was Ignited at a gas bracket and began to blaze The flames were observed by a member of the choir and ho immediately left the choir stalls and ran down the chancel Pulling off his coat as ho wont he rushed past the lectern and down one of the aisles to where the lady was standing Two school boys sitting bo hind saw what had occurred and Instantly began to search for the hat pins The lady not knowing the rea son for such a liberty had not recov ered from her first shock of Indignant surprise before she was stunned with amazement by tho apparition of a wlid eyed coatless person unmistakably bearing down on her Tho congro gatlon naturally turned round to tot low the movements of the sprinting choirster Just before he reached hoi the school boys solved the mystery of the hat pins and and dragged the hal off her head and stamped the fire oul with their feet This act however was too late to save her from the la tentlon of her Imperious rescuer wise enveloped her faco and head with hit coat The congregation were Inwardlj convulsed the young lady collapsed and the reaction of tho excitement wa clearly defined on the face of tho gal lant gentleman as he retraced hlj steps to the choir stalls HEN A CLEVER PICKPOCKET Short of Leg and Long of Neck It Won Many a Penny A ben with a neclf like a turkey and one leg an Inch shorter than tho other attracted attention hero a few days ago and caused as much merriment as a onering circus says the New York World man at McKeever N Y The fowl which was said to be two years old was the property of an organ grinder who carried It on top of his organ Instead of a monkey lie had taught it to do several tricks and It Is safo to say that It collected more pennies than the average simian When the organ grinder struck the village the hen was perched on top of one shoulder emitting sounds between a crow and a squeal This naturally attracted attention and soon a small crowd was assembled As soon as enough had arrived tho hen dropped to the ground and began to navigate In a series of circles toward possible donators of coin Owing to the fact that one leg was shorter than the other It could not proceed In a straight line and its efforts to pick up pennies tossed on the ground were extremely ludicrousOnce had a coin In its beak the hen would flutter and squawk and circle back to the grinder and place the treasure in his breeches pocket then it would navlgato back to the crowd and look for more The long neck of the fowl was of advantago for by standing on tho toes of its long leg it could search vest pockets for pennies In this way several wore added to the collection The hen In fact was as good a pickpocket as was ever found operating at the county fair Origin of Common Phrase In time when deer wore common la England deer scrapes were sharply marked hollows between trees had been worn down by the foot of many stags and does Sometimes these mueh depressed paths made by doer wore not easy to stop out of or pleas- t to slip Into unawares Hence It I s thought tho common phrase get- Into a scraps Vessels Quickly Unloaded nls not Impossible now to unload lake vessels at the rate of 1000 tons an hour and It Is easy to load them aucfe faster t HEWS OF KENTUCKY Vtrilty Toll Infermatton OeneereIt f Makers el mint tatewt- to KtntuftklaM TNI STATE NEWS IN A NUTfNiU Were Are round Accurately Recalled the Happenings ef the Lorffert Import Which Are Attracting Atlas Won Throughout Kentucky Frankfort Ky July 6 Attorney W D Moody of the Henry county bar has been appointed by Governor Deckham and commissioned to preside at tho trial of Judgo James Hargls and oth ers charged with complicity In tho assassination of Dr D D Cox at Jack son Drcathltt county several years ago A special term of tho Elliott circuit court to which the cases were sent on change of venue has been called for Tuesday next Judge Moody will leave at once for Sandy Hook the county seat of Elliott county AFTER EXPRESS COMPANIES Uncle Sam Says They Must Quit Giv ing Franks Chicago July 6 District Attorney Sims in accordance with directions from Attorney General Donaparte aft or conferences with him In Washing ton and in pursuance of authority contained in the Elkins law as amended by the Hepburn act has filed suit against five of the big express compa nies in the United States circuit court asking for an injunction to prevent further alleged violations of the now rate laws In so far as they relate to the issuance of express franks The five companies against whioh the government seeks injunctions are United States National American WellsFargo and Adams Express com panies SHOT FROM BEHIND Kentucky Man Assassinated In Court room at Prestonburg Polntsville Ky July 4Whllo lis toning to the arguments in a case lathe Prestonburg courthouse yesterday Joe Fitzpatrick It Is alleged walked up behind Andy Coburn and shot him three times in the back killing him Coburn was sitting near the bar and knew nothing of tho mans movements until he was shot During tho panic which ensued Fitzpatrick and a crowd of relatives quietly left the courtroom and went home No attempt was made to arrest him Coburn was lately indicted upon a charge of killing a cousin of Fitzpatrick and the caw was sot for hearing this term Two Sitters Drowned Cuyahoga Falls 0 July 5 Theresa and Dortha Wlnslowskl aged respect- Ively fourteen and nine wero drowned In the Cuyahoga river near tho Devils Steps here Dertha bathing her foot In the stream slipped Into the waters near the rapids below a big fall sink nig from sight Theresa Jumped In to save her sister and was also drowned Tho body of tho younger girl was found The elder Is thought to havo passed on Into the swirls over several falls The girls were the only children of Mr and Mrs John Wlnslowski All Must Fare Alike Chicago July 5Wlth a view of showing in tho courts that there Is not n reasonable profit in passenger rates of two cents per mlln tho West em railroads today agreed not to make a lower rate on any tramc into from or through Illinois Iowa Mis souri Minnesota and Nebraska for ninety days One result of this agree ment will be the abolition on July 8 of reduced rates for clergymen dls abled solicitors and others who have been given charitable rates He Invented Giant Powder Akron 0 July 4lIIram J Ayers inventor of giant powder is dead hero aged elghtyfour years He manufactured giant powder here In the forties drying It on the roof of his workshop Ayers later Interested Eastern men and they manufactured the explosive extensively at Ogden Utah and in California nod other points Drowned While Bathing Danville Ill July aPhilip Ruser thirty years old after returning from his days work stripped and plunged into a small lako near the Kelly coal mine No 9 Saturday evening and was drowned Ho leaves a widow and soft in Macedonia having boon In America but a few months isle Cattleman Indicted Helean Mont July lJphn T Murphy cattleman in Montana and plantation owner in Florida has bean indicted by the United States grand jury for the unlawful fencing of 69 240 acres of public land situated in Yellowstone and Fergus counties He was arrested and is out on bond Troops Fire at Workmen Bt Petersburg July 6Seven work men were arrested in the town of Grosnaya in the territory of Terek A mob thereupon made an attempt to release thorn and this led to Inter fereaee by troops who fired a volley late the crowd killing five and wound tau twelve w 4 WILL LOOK INTO IT Postofflee Department May Cheek Wm Rockefellers Spite Work Washington July 8An Investlga lion has been ordored by Postmaster General Meyer with a view to determining whether a postoflloo discontin ued at the town of Drandon N Y shall be reestablished Tho inquiry Involves a unique state of facts Ac cording to papers on niB in the post office department Wm Rockefeller who owns more than fifty thousand acres In the vicinity of Tarrytown conceived tho idea of acquiring tho site of the town of Drandon to fill out his estate Drandon was a flour- Ishing place with a postofflce and two or three small stores Mr Rockefel ler purchased all of tho property from Its owners except ono small tract that was owned by a civil war vet eran named Lamora Lamorn refused to sell and persisted in fishing In a stream which ran through Mr Rocks fellers estate and In using the roads which had been open to the public it is said for a generation The postofflco at Drandon was abolished and another was opened at Day Pond three miles within the confines of Mr Rockefellers estate There the people who formerly received their mall at Drandon were expected to get It Lnraora was arrested for tresspas sing on Mr Rockefellers estate and ho and his friends fought the CAse- In tho courts but eventually were defeated A court older was made preventing Lamora In person or by agent from going on to tho estate of Mr Rockefeller and It Is stated that therefore he was unable to obtain mall for him directed to the Day Pond office The matter was brought to tho at tenUon of Postmaster General Meyer and he has determined It possible to reestablish tho postofflce at Drandon or at some nearby point outside of the estate of Mr Rockefeller MIDNIGHT BOAT RIDE Led to Death of Two Young People In Lagoon Park Cincinnati July SFred Gross and Miss Clara Dlcrkos were drowned In tho lagoon lake at Ludlow Ky They were with a party of friends which engaged three boats early in the even Ing About midnight they wire called In by the boatman and Gross suggested that they take one more ride Shortly after tho boatmen in charge heard cries from the center of the lake and rowing hastily to where they came from found an empty boat half filled with water Grappling In the vicinity they found the two bodies and hastened ashore with them Voluntary inWages Cincinnati July aA voluntary In crease of from 1 to 3 cents an hour has been announced for the 300 em ployes of the South Covlngton A Cincinnati Street Railway company A rato of 20 cents an hour for new employes 21 cents for those In serv- Ice from one to six years and 23 cents for all who have worked more than six years was announced tho former rate having been 20 cents to nil alike Plerp Didnt Like It Venice Jnlv 8The customs au thorities of this port recently searched J Plerpont Morgans yacht Corsair which Is lying In this harbor tho gov ernment having boon Informed that a number of pictures from the Strizzl collection wore concealed on board The search was without result Tho protests of Mr Morgan who was on board at tho Ume wore disregarded rRailroad Fined Heavily Rochester N Y July 8Fhe Now York Central Railroad company was fined 15000 by Judge Hazel in tho federal court for failure to fllo rates on a shipment of oil for the Standard 011 company A verdict of guilty was recently rendered against the company and Judgo Haael denied Attorney Hoytfl motion for a now trial Attacks New York July 8Flro broko out In tho forward hatch of tho stcamar Monterey from Vora Cruz and hay ana as the vessel was being cleared by tho health officer at Quarantine last night Captain Smith Immediately beached the steamer between Clifton and Stapleton S L and tho 144 pas congers wore taken ashore Began As Yard Clerk Chicago July 8ClIarles II Rockwell traffic manager of the Monon railroad for ten years Is dead at his home hero of heart failure Mr Rockwell was born In Terre Hauto Ind in 1852 and began his railroad career as a yard clerk for tho Dig Four in Indianapolis It Would Be Suicidal London July 8The leading chambers of commerce assure me cables the Toklo correspondent of tho Dally Telegraph that they never oven entertained tho idea of boycotting American goods Such a boycott would be considered suicidal in viow of tho existing trado conditions Tackled the Wrong Man Lexington Ky July 8A special from Jackson Dreathitt county says Taylor Qamblll went to tho home of exCounty Judge E C Duff In Perry county and attacked Duff firing a pistol at him Duet returned the lire and killed GwasUL y AN OBJEOT LESSON Undo Sam Wants to Show Japan How a Big Battleship Fleet Can I Be Moved II Need Bee AN EXERCISE MOVEMENT While the Navy Will De Merely at Practice Yet a Practical Demon stratlbn of Dig Warship Fleets Mobility Will Be Given to the World Oyster Day N Y July 8Tho sig nificance of Rear Admiral Urownsona addition to the somewhat meager in formaUon which has como from President Roosevelt regarding the contemplated twoocean maneuver of tho Atlantic battleship fleet Is regard ed bore as having been overlooked In the comment export and otherwise which has since been Indulged In on both continents Admiral Drownson came to Oyster Day Friday to tako lunch with tho president professing Ignorance of the maneuver plans When bo loft Sagamore 11111 to take tho train for Washington tho admiral had one thought which he wished em phaslzedthat It was desirable and important to demonstrate to tin world how quickly tho American navy could transfer Its fighting strength from ono ocean to tho other This was distinctly an addition to tho presidents previous statement Issued through Secretary Loeb wherein the object of the maneuver was said to bo an exercise movement for tho ben eat of tho navy to perfect its training In fleet exercise on an extended state the purpose and effect of the plan being for the benefit of tho navy aloneWhat tcams from President Roosevelt through Admiral Ilrownsoa Is decidedly a different and much broad er design President Roosevelt has been consistent In advocating a largo navy as the surest guarantee of peaco between the United States and all for eign powers Heretofore a large navy has been reckoned solely from the point of view of the number of ships their tonnage armor guns and fighting capacity With this Ideal tho American navy has grown steadily To the somewhat uninteresting array of ships and tonnage President Roosevelt now proposes to give the world a somewhat startling demon stration of what the American navy Is capable of doing to protect either or both of the extended shores of tho United States As Admiral Drown son said There Is no time like the present for such a demonstration a time when the United States Is at perfect peace with every nation In everything that has come from the president regarding tho move mont it has been indicated that the fleet wherever It may go is to bo brought back to tho Atlantic and that the return Is to bo as great a demonstration of speed at the out ward Journey The Hagues View of It Tho Hague July STho sentiment of tho delegates to the peace confer once regarding the question that has arisen between the United States and Japan is that tho situation Is unfortunate for both countries as the orig inal Incident causing tension between the two countries Is disproportionate to tho grave results which may follow The question tho delegates think Is likely to create a hostile atmosphere endangering their recipro cal commerce to which tho former friendly relations has opened vast fields Strike Action Postponed Chicago July 8The telegraph operator employed by both commercial telegraph companies In Chicago will not go on strike for a week at least At the meeting Sunday called for the purpose of voting on tho strike prop osition It was decided to postpone action for ono wcok Tho fourth annual Americana Auto mobile association tour for tho Gild den cup will start from Cleveland on Wednesday and finish In Now York city July 23 THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and LiveA stock at Leading Points W Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon OOo No 9 red 08o CornNo 2 C3Ho Oats No 2 mixed 4BC Hay Clover 1700 01900 timothy 16002000 millet 1200 J 1400 Catto3260 J G7S Hogs 500 0010 8heep300 0625 Lambs 5600600 At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 97c Corn No 2 B6c OatsNo2 47c Cattle 4750585 Hogs 4500810 Sheep 2250465 Lambe3500776- At Chicago WheatsNo 2 rod 98J4o Corn No2 880 Oats No 2 43 Mc Cat tle Bteers 4500725 stockers and feeders 3000500 Hogs 5600 C05 Sheep 4000600 Lambs 6000775 Livestock at New York Cattle44G90 Hoes 5800 665 Sheep = 3600550 Lambs650- Q800 At East Buffal- oCattle34ooft75 Hogs 8500 185 Sheep 3000576 LamblSOOO- SOO Wheat at Toledo Sept 8Kcj Dee UOl cask S7et- i PLOT TO KILL WITTE HATCHED AMONG PATRIOTS DIVULGED BLACK HUNDRED DREW LEADER Of Cntlced Him To H Wood and Cut H- IThroatDlrk Intrigue In Rus- tla Cornel To Light 8L Petersburg July IFrom rcvolu tlonary sources thou has btau obtain vd and published full details oC a son rational plot to compass tho murder Of Count Wltte tlw formor Russlat premier who repre entod his country at the pace negotiations at Port mouth In 1805 This aeaslnatlon Wile planned by the Moscow branch of the Union of True Russian People tho or RantzAllon to which the emperor sent a communleatlou on Juno 17 conveying Ills blessing to tho ultra reactionary party and his lope for the MICCOH ol Ita purpose The axwutlon of the plot was Intmeted to tile leader of the 108 cow branch a man named Kaaantsclf who cash from St Patqrabuix the lat tar pet of May and secured employ meat In a factory aa a common laborer Ha bedleaded wvaral of hla tatters worker and after announcing hlmmll us aa anarchist he enlisted four men to aal t htm Ju carry Ing out Ills com mission It was planned to throw a bomb at Cant VUWa aarrtame from the window ot a cbaap boarding house on Kamannjr Island while the count VM on Ms way to attend a meeting of tko council of Ute empire The plat however was botraed by the revolutionist bureau which rave Count WKta warning The four work logmen continued to jtrotaad loyalty te Kasaatsaff la order not te arouse his mieplelea Tile day far the aaaacslaa O tie was Axed and that warning KasantMir let his assistants to the woods la the vicinity of St Patnrsburx In order ta get tie bombs tram a secret hldlac place At this paint tile four man tnrned oa Kaumiaeff and tilll d him carrying out the aeHtaaea of death poised OB klm The isolation t II kept the facts In thai poueaaton r4 la order to alt tIN pl1N te Hifying the marditrrs of he yuua I i thn was fount In a- weal Ill M- lwiii f IhU cltjr Juar It hili UP int and wti 14 uv lift l to ha i a oxocuteti jr fellow tl rlel- aThieuh ii I of cfirtaln t 1fhonf- ltnt111 th ur bxa b8 tiiriM Ida nu weIil Ait IiNdrra cdh Black JIII itlun In 1 r The I roe ir of Moaco siieltht- i OlCliil Kaianlaaif nxl Inun l nIT W ii niiirnmla7tff ma rflli TI widen d t 7nrintsrn L ti 7a nt Mm den Urnorsn of 110 1of her iisinni It Is liw l that tl InrrfDI ii uliiulnril wi Rlve a ckw to the i i J i of Pr Joliit rdux- of an t MNtuw Il ad- ab t nJ k I I ixt Marrb u an nn ka n mall throw light nn nthr linn rrndIgj Count Vlu i ihr mot Iw I mom l er tf the oltii 1 Unnary IMMV PICKEREL CAPSIZED BOAT And the Man and Woman Drowned in Lake CMppewr LaM iUaJt July 1 Drownad by a UponMI ptekereL rich In brief xpraaaat tie fate of Mrs naorga CuUar and Charles T Chaw bera bock of lonla who went flohtag The fteta baewaa hooked on a trolling tIRe that WM tied to a elect In the hoot ran under the craft sad upa l tha host The cause of the drowning was not known until aanrahlnz parUe on rafts with grapplina hooks brouful the geh to tile surface dead sad still Attached to the kook The body ol Chambers WM foand but that of hit comjmnton u tUl mtawlng Mrs Outlet wit of a prominent shoe merchant of lOHta came here with her 17yecrKrid ton for an outing and took quarters at the holol Cham bON who waa n Pore Marquotto en sinter and noifihbor and close friend of the Cntlars dropped off his regular run to spend the day The drowned purr started out and when they had not returned at night young Don Cutler be came alarmed and Instituted a search Although tho lake was fairly will coy erect with pleasure cookers all day nc one wltnono dtho accident Whole Town Threatened Whllwell Tenn July 3Fire which started In the atoro of tho Whltwoll Mercantile Co iq stilt raging and tin entire town is threatened Tho Dank of Whltwel1 has been destroyed ami tho post office and ajl tho main bus floss nouses aro directly In tho path 01 tho Homes There is little chanco b Lieu the fire as tho only means o lighting la with buckets But Insurance Memphis Tonu July IFIre do otroyod the plant of the Memphti Stoneware Co In South Memphis Lost JCOOOO Little Insurance was carried 15000 Men Stopped Work Palermo July 3A big strike hat begun hero anti 16000 mon have stopped work The town Is oocuplcd bj troops and thoro have been many can filets Tho Carbineers had to chnrgt n crowd with drawn sabers Many ar rests have been made Huge RgckiVlttlrrls New York July JTwo workmen were crushed to death by a huge bond dor which toll from the wall of the Pennsylvania tunnel under Second ave BUC neat East 821 street Tho faT caused the workmen to stamped I 4 SIXTEEN KNOWN TO BE DEAD AND SCORES SUFFERING FROM SERIOUS INJURIES As Result of Tornado In Wliconil Tnwn of OakdAle Reported Completely Destroyed Rt Paul Mlnm July 6it Ii nos Mlcvod that at toast 16 lives were Joel In thu severe storms that swept oVal n portion of Western Wisconsin Nu morous other persons wore Injure and much damage to farm proport and to dwelling housed reported Ao cording to report received hero the little town or Oakdalo on tho Mllwan bee road near Camp Douglas was entirely wiped out Four people art reported to hue Coen killed At Grand Rapid Wls there are raid to bo flvo dead as n result of the storm but communication has not bee roOBtnbllshed with this place and the extent of the calamity can not be as cortalned The list of dead and In Jured to fur aa reported Is as follows The dead At OakdaloMrs I N Dane Two others whoso names have not been leered At MIllMon MM Jasper Taft and Infant At WyevlHa Andrew Raumei At Black River Falls Two children of Joseph Uuchnec At N4lllsvUlo Lnwra A Charles Nea- tNIllavilirMrs August Bayer son of August foyer At Grand JlallldJIvpersons whoso parties hays not boon reported The InJurodiTwo ehHilron of Joseph Port Mr and Mrs John Btteianer William UutterfleW Oakdale fatally teteicrapli operator and watchman at tunnel siding Mlle P I Larson of Greenwood MIwi probably fatally several chlltlrVn who were visiting at the home of I ynun Charles badly hurt atnUy of August Beyer nil more or lees Injured I4sle Wensel music teacher badly Injured Mrs A LL Maltuy and Mrs Harry Warren Oak dale both seriously Mr and Mrs ProstlM noar Tomah seriously John Hill farm hand daughter of Osoni FrIck register of deeds of Clark colin ty visiting at Charles home badly Injured Guttaive Stuck telegraph operator Otto Ilalgonll watahtnan Moss Weasel wu driving a horse Mil buggy along tho road when the storM struck her The vehtele and horse wen Mown sway and have not Wee found Mike Weni l was blown Into UM top of a tree from which she was rvaetwd In an Huoontcloua con dition Many farm bases and otHbulldtagf In the neighborhood of Netllsvltle were destroyed and much stack was kIMcd Wires were pitxttrated In all directions and H has been difficult to tarn de tells of the storm At the Mere of Lymaa Chutes new NelllaYllle a social gathering was In progress wbem rtio storm struck uMuM TIM boat wee might beneath the ruins of his house and fatally Injured dying wide being takes to a hospital Oae of the guests alto was probably fatally injured while several were severely hart The telegraph companies have teen worldae bard all day to restore com munlcaUoa wlih the tormetrlcken die trict but lure only heist partly sea reeeful No coaKnunloatlon has been oatabtUhed wick Grand Rapid where the storm vtettaw an saM to IMS nu merous Oakdate wblcfa kt reported at oaMMly demolished was n town of pttbably SW Inhabitants It is sold that the only structure left standing It the rallrtad rtatloa In which the towni ple hue taktpi rap AWFUL FALL Down a Mine Shaft Proved Fatal Tc Three Workmen Spring Valley 111 July 5Three men wore hurled down the shaft of the Lasolle County Carbon Cool Co at Coder Paint and instantly killed The shaft Is 586 riot deep Four men were descending in a cage with a load of iron pipe when the chain broke Willis Smart foreman managed to save him self by grasping the chain Hogan Donsonand Charles Agaeu were takes out dead A long Iron pipe was driven through the body of Frank Bassflln nailing the body to the wall of the mine 7C feet from the bottom Thrown Into Canal and Drowned Utica N Y July GWhllo colcbrat lug tho Fourth of July a number ol Poles bogan fighting with the result that two of them are dead Tho fight started In a saloon and the mon were ejected by tho proprietor Hostilities woro resumed later on the canal bank whoro two of tho party were knocked or thrown Into tho water and drowned Killed While Combing Her Hair New York July 5Wbllo combing her hair at tho window of her room Nympla Qrizzantl a 19yearold Italian girl was killed by a bullet through the head Another shot burled itself in tho wall of tio raaa- Brothere drowned Crle Pa July 6George A Weoal and Edward W Fcuge brothorln law vCko drowned near Ferncllfl by the elnklns of thulr boat Naval Cadets Object to Food New London Ct July 6A round robin sent from the Maasacliusotti state naval training ship and slgneby 40 cadets told the officers that tho sign era would not return to tho ship until better food was guaranteed At a late ccur tho cadets wero still holding out Four Hurt One Fatally Orponup III July 6Peter Parkn Was fatally Injured anti threo others hurt when a plleof flroworlts exploded Parker = waflmruok by rockets Hb ribs wuro broken add he sustained la tarnal injuries MM BETRAYED CY THE WOMAN WHO FOUND HIM A HIDING PLACE 54410 OF 96000 STOLEN Recoverd By the Police tho Dalani Having Been Lost In Speculation New York July C Betrnywl to the police by tho woman who fitted up his luxurious htSlng plaeo In a liaricm flat Choatw B Runyaa the consumptive paying toiler who stole 00000 from tho Windsor Trust Co walking out of its Cedar street banking house last Saturday with his suit case stuffed with money was arrested Without II tvtruggle In No 019 West Ono hundred and Fortieth street Tho police recovered 14410 of the stolen funJs and accept Runyana con faaaion that ha lost 10000 in specula ton bolero he made his big haul Because she could not account for f 16000 which Runyan declares he gave her the police arrested Mrs Laura M Carter also known as I aura laaon their Informant and hold liar on charge of grand larceny She declares that abe received but 6000 from him which mount oho returned- A third prisoner la Mary Duncan a negro mall who looked after the Car tor tint from the time It was routed by Runyan to afford a hiding place So far the polio have no proof that she has any of the stolen money anJ she Is hell as a suspect Not until he began to break down under the strata of a continuous third degree first administered by the po lice and then by the omclals pf the trust company did Runyan mention thu Invalid wife whom ho deserted without a word of warning and with but 10 to her name With the first show of anything like a finer feeling ho broke down when her name came up and asked Jordan J Rollins the attorney for tho bank to carry to Lit the news ot his arrest and bog her to forgive him The story of Runyons downfall ajTd his cunningly planned disappearance which the police have been able to put together tram bis several confetaloni made alter his arrest and from the statements of his companion is pro nounced the most remarkable in Use history of New York ambeaslemanta 11en Is the summery June Received tip OB the market June 10 Took lids liNt dishonest dollar that he might invest In accord ance with the tip sad lost June 11Stole again In the hope of regaining he losses of the day before Jane UClauPd1a noeovnt to joonsolldatod exahaoa lions la the hope of natcker action Jane IS Took still more bank funds June 11 to 1iDlUo Jane IX Took to dissipation to forget his losses Met Mrs Carter on the street and offered to fit up a place for her June SX Recvhrad a key to the flat which was to be his hiding place June J9 Took every cent that was In his charge the 80000 remaining of the S per cent reaarva of the trust company Juno fO QKarrriod with the woman who was hiding hI- mJulrlBetneIl to the police and placed under treat It rai a dejlre to win fortuna only that he might gn awor and nurse the disease that Is Mid to ba undermining hli health that led Into speculation Not for one minute did lie get ahead of the Wall street game FOR NINETEEN HOURS Youth Suffered Torture In Silence Caused by Wound In Thigh St Louis Mo July GTwo bozos of dynamite cavs exulCKlml In the trous ers pocket of Charles Thomas 12 and tore a gaping wound In his thigh from which the boy It Is ballovd must die Dr Vogol Injected lGOO units of anti toxin into the boys leg at the South Side dispensary in a heroic effort to provost death host tetanus symptoms of which ho found about tho terrible woundA feature of tbe case la that he boy never mentioned his plight to his mother who knew nothing of tho accident until 11 oclock Friday monrlng Then unable to endure long or the tortures which ho had withstood for 19 hours the boy fainted His mother made a hasty examination and finding the wound in the thigh gather ed him In her arms and rail from her home 4404 Oregon avenue to the dispensary Big Fine Assessed Rochester N Y July CrThe New York Central Railroad Co was fined 15000 by Judge Hazel in the federal court for failure to tile rates on n ship mont of oil for tho Standard Oil Co A verdict of guilty was recently rendered ngalrst tho company and Judge Hazel donlcu Attorney Hoytj motion for a now trial Father and Son Drowned Rochester NY July OChas Bock 10 attempted to swim tho canal with his trousers on hut his strength desert cd him In midstream and ho called for help His father 1 Beck 44 hoard the trios and succeeded him but both sank almost immediately Seven Seriously Injured FIttsburg Pa July GAn explosion of powder scattered on tho ground by children at Gladden near BrMgeVlDo Pa resulted In the serious injury o six boys and one girl It Is said an la exlcatod miner gave them tho powder I COLLAPSE OF TWO STRUCTURES IN WHOLESALE DISTRICT OF IN r DIANAPOLIS IND Followed Oy Flhmes and Loss Is Estimated at 522100tf Deafening Ex Jloslon Before the Crash Inrtlamipolls Ind July SJrhe Ooith Meridian wholesale dUtrlot eul feted another costly disaster when the building occupied by the Urunswlok DllkeCollenllr Co collapsed carry ing with It a part of the adjolnu structure occupied by tho Daniel Stew art Drug Co Fire followed and raged for several hours before tho depart mant could gain control The loss to the Stewart Co was 03 tlmntod by John N Carey Ita presl dolt at 100000 Albert F Illoht as siatant manager of tho Brunswick BilkeCoIendur Co estimated its lost at 160000 Martha A Stewart owner ofhtho building ocupled by the Stewart dowill lowe 20000 Tho Henry G Mais estate owning the other building will lose 20000 The William B Bur fond Printing Co ostlmatas its loss al HfBOO The disaster occurred when there wore few people down town Ita origin IsmyMrtous and no one seems to be able to give a connected story of what took plaee Police Chief Metzgnr hap prtied to be In the neighborhood He ralrs ha hoard a tremendous explosion that seemed to shake the wholo dls trlot He rushed to tho scene to find the BrunawfcJl Bake Collondor building a mess of ruins from which a dense clpud of dust was arising A part of the Stewart building collapsed soon afterward A fire alarm was turned In but when tho depart ment arrived there was no sign of ablaze Within five minutes however flames seemed to shoot up from many parts of tho ruins It was not long before thor had become a raging furnace that threatened many buildings in the wholaoralo district for three or more hours The department worked on the nllna until after dark before tho fire WAS entirely extinguished fTho Dais building occupied by the BninswlckBalkoCollendor Co was three stories hIgh and located near Meridian and Maryland streets It was nearly 10 years old Ono theory as to the cause of the disaster was that the building was overloaded and that It gave away under the long strain As stetaat Manager Rlcht oak that his oomt any cwrled over 50000 worth of stock and that It was practically de stroyed The Stewart building was built a quarter of a century ago and va owe of lie landmarks of the whole sale durtriot It IB probable that the remainder of tile Stewart building will helve to be destroyed M Building In lector Wlntonoad Is not sure that It lJIIpbe used again It was not until later Shetlay that tha dapavtmont wall sure that It conk saro any pot tion of the Stewart or other adjoin lag buUdlligs APOLOGY DEMANDED And When Aged Mother Refused Tex an Monster Shot Her to Death Tampla Tex Jun 8tt Klleen 25 miles west of here Leo Roe a farmer aged 18 shot and killed his aged moth M because of her alleged utterances otmcarnlng Roes family and for Whlqh the mother refused to apologize Roe is at large and the country Is being eoouradby posses of enraged citizens qho It Is believed will take summary qeasures of punishment tOne bullet Killed Three Negroes Hattloabur Miss July 8one rifle bullet killed three negroes two of thorn omen at a frolic near hero Jas Can iOn a deputy sheriff sent there to pre servo order wielded the gun Tho of cer was exonerated Tho three led a- sob of frenzied nogroes that attacked the deputy who fired a single bullet own tho line Tho big loadon missile pierced Robinsons heart and then brained tho two women Lynching Is Threatened PlttMjurg July 8 Elizabeth Meds gar 14 the daughter of prominent and wealthy residents of West Newton Pa near hero was assaulted by a man for whom the authorities and three parties of citizens are now searching Ono of the posses headed by relatives of the girl Is heavily armed A lynching Is threatened it assailant Is caught Shot Miners President Chattanooga Tenn July 8In a riot at Mont Lake 18 mlloa from this city Len Reynolds president of the minors union was fatally shot by W H Bellows a labor agent who had taken three nonunion men to Mont Lake to work for the Mont Lake min ing Co Excitement Is Intense in the mining village and more trouble Is feared Royal Jewels Stolen Dublin July SA portion of the ptajo regalia valued at 250000 hat been stolen from Dublin castle Thi safe In which tho regalia was kept was forced The jewels were those used in tho ceremony of Investiture Jn the Order of St Patrick JLocomotive Struck Auto Keyport N J July 8 Christopher llorandt a Wealthy silk manufncturet faf Paterson was killed and other mom hers of his family Injured when a loco motive struck and demolished an auto ln1bl1c In which the party was return ing from Asbury park Boy Killed By Street Car Schencctady N Y July 8One bop was killed another fatally hurt and wo others seriously ba the result ol a etroet car accIdonVTao victims wore Biembofa olln baseball tcanf whtet playft1I 1 ff STATE ODDS DEN S n THE NEW SPECIAL JUDGEIMay Adjourn Hargla Later Date Lexington KYThrough the ap- poIntment at Judge WD Moody of Eminence as the special judge to try the Hargla oases at Sandy Hook there la a now phase placed on tho caso At torney B n Jouott for the prosecu tion said that he thought Moody was n good appointment and was thoroughly satisfied with him Jouott said how over he did not know when the case would begin as it was necessary to get an order from the judge for tho per sonal attendance of tho witnesses out of the state before they could be subpoenaed None of the witnesses in the caso have been subpoenaed and Jouett did not know that Moody had been appointed until notified He said he would not be surprised to see Judge Moody call the case and then adjourn the trial until tho sub poonaes could be served on the wit nessesCommonwealths Attorney J P Adams of Bcattyvllle returned hero from Hot Springs cured of his throat trouble He signified his willingness to go to Sandy Hook and assist Commonwealths Attorney John Waugh conduct tho prosecution MISUSE OF MAILS Charged Against Officials of a Louis vllle Loan and Trust Concern Louisville Ky Believed by the offi dials of the United States post office department to have induced thousands of persons In the south and west to Invest In the socalled debenture bonds of the International Loan and Trust Co of this city under the false claim that the subscribers would receive enormous returns for their invest ments Joseph F Williams president of the company has been arrested by Posoffice Inspector S A Susong on tho charge of using tho mails to de fraud The complaint was mod by United States District Attorney George Du Rolle The company is incorporated under the laws of West Virginia at n capitalization of 100000 The pro ceedings against Williams follow Ute filing of a deed of assignment In the federal court June 12 in which An drew M Sea jr was named as as- sIgnee The operations of tho com parry are said to have reached to Texas on tho west and Florida on tho east with every state in the south contain ing investors TWO BULLETS Wounded as Many People During the Louisville Celebration Louisville Ky Fourth of July casu alties wore fewer than usual bore The most serious injury was that received by John Wehrla aged 10 son of Corp Wehrle of the police department Un known youths passing him on the street fired a pistol and a bullet lodged In the lads hip inflicting a serious wound Fannie Keith while seated in a room at C13 David street accident ally fired a rlf6 and a bullet knocked several teeth out of the mouth of Peter Troxei aged 23 and damaged Ids tongue somewhat Tho attending phy sician thlrtKs Troxei probably spat the bullet out Needle In Her Body Glasgow KyMfrs Humo Mitchell of Walnut Hill this county Is not ex pected to live long the result of a peculiar accident which occurred more than 30 years ago Mrs Mitchell wore a riding habit 30 years ago In which a needle was stick Ing This needle worked Into her body without her knowledge while out rid ing one day and has given her more or less trouble ever since Of late her trouble has been Increasing and dur- Ing the past tow days she has been unable to eat at all and her condition Is now such that there is no hope ol recovery Annual School Census Frankfort KyThe annual census of Kentucky school children just com pirated under direction of the stato department of public Instruction shows a total of 729C40 children in county and city schools Of that number 148 712 children are In the cities and towns The total for the state Is an Increase of 6700 over last year The school per capita for the last year was 320 This will bo raised to 335 or 340 Needs More Work Louisville KyN B SwearIngen special examiner of the bureau of pen slons with offices at the custom house has received notice from Washington to the effect that Gallatin county Ky has been added to his distrIct Heretofore Gallatin county has been In tbo Cincinnati district but owing to the lack of work In Mr Swearlngena district the county was added to that Two Candidates Barbourvllle KIn the Seven teenth senatorial district a primary has been called for August 10 for making a republican nomination for state sen ator There are two candidates John D Jarvis of Knox and Joe Bosworth of Doll Father Saw Him Die Paducah KyFalling from a log at tho waters edge Orval Faughn 6 was drowned In sight pt his father who WIIt mussel fishing across the Ohio rIver from Paducah The fAther could sot reach the boy iB time to says him r IId j BALANCE IN TREASURY Splendid Showing In the Report of In- Spector HInes Frankfort Ky rNotwlthstandlng tha 700000 paid on the new statehouse and about 200000 on legislative lip propriations the end of the fiscal year on June 30 shows a net balance In the Kentucky state treasury including allSfunds of 29424298 according to tho report made by State inspector Henry B limes The greater part of the 700000 and nearly all of the legisla tive appropriations have been paid out during the post year and all of It out of the general expenditure fund with out any special tax being levied to moot the unusual expenditures The sinking fund shows a balance of of 67145904 the school fund a bales of 19890123 while tho general expenditure fund shows a deficit of 47611789 with a net balance in all funds of 29424298 This Is consid ered a splendid showln and Ute de- ficIt causci by the unusual expendi tures will be more than made up In the next two years without any Increase In taxation In fact if the new statehouse had not required the 700 000 in the past 18 months the general expenditure fund woud now have a balance of over 200000 Instead of showing a deficit showing that Auditor Hagers estimate made over three years ago that tho million dollars for the statehouse could be paid In five years without an increase In tho tax rate was correct The 20000 of outstanding state funds fell duo on July 1 and will be paid as soon as they are presented WRONG MAN Shot By Durham Who Sought to Avenge His Son Lexington Ky Being Informed that John Givens an aged negro had seri ously cut his son Edward Durham a druggist of Junction City shot and In stantly killed Givens After the shoot- Ing It developed that Henry Givens son of tho murdered man had cut young Durham who refused to pay his way into the picnic grounds Durham returned to his store at Junction City and calling upon Sheriff George Coul ter at Danville asked him to comedown to Junction City and arrest him The negroes were much excited over tho shooting and threats wore made to lynch Durham Hut race war was averted by Durhams timely arrest Young Durham is in a serious condJion 1 OILED HIS HORSE r IAnd Then Applied a Match Farmers Unhappy Mistake rLexington KSllas McCord a farmer living on Tea Run in Fleming county cremated his family horse in his efforts to rid it of lice lie saturated the horse with coal oil and alter tho oil had penetrated tho horses skInIsmeared it over with a coat of Seeing few of the vermin congregate McCord applied a lighted match to the grease to fry the pests and the horse roasted to death In a few minutes Mo Cord has been arrested Dispute Over Five Cents Lexington KY1Jl a dispute over five cents In a Settlement for lunch and some soft drinks at Natural Bridge Doc Davis of Jackson shot and probably fatally wounded Harrison Foulkes The shooting occurred at a picnic given by the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Firemen One Bullet Hit Two Lexington KyOno bullet from a revolver In tho hands of Mack Ander son a negro mortally wounded Luther Johnson and slightly wounded WeLShiJones a negro Tho shooting ocourr l In the rear of a saloon during a drunk en quarrel Anderson escaped and has a not been capturedyBy Lightning Flash 1Killed KWl1ltr Singleton while visiting Joseph Thompson In the southern part of Pulaski county was struck by light ning and instantly killed Both Sin gleton and Thompson took refuge un der trees Thompson was not serious ly injured 1 Served Five Frankfort KyTho Yearjcommissioners paroled Trimble county who vo years for killing a man who had ruined his sister Tho was asked for by the trial judgethe jurymen and many officials and citizens of Trimblo county Bone Mingled With Brain Ashland Ky Samuel Kirk lies at tho point of death at his home In Rush the result of a 4thofJuly row In which Henry Fain is alleged to havo bit him with a brick fracturing his skull Seven pieces of bone were re moved from the brain of Kirk As the Result of a Feud Barboursvllle Ky Fourteen miles north of here on Stinking creek Oar ard Gambrel waylaid his cousin Green Gambrel and shot him through the head The wounded man lived long enough to return tho fire shooting his opponent through the stomach Secured Ten Dollars Paris KyTwo unknown negroes hell up and robbed Charles Brown 17- ot this county and at tho point of a revolver forced nlmto drlvo them to the limits of Georgetown where they- escapoL Thor secured 10 t 5 vY JJ 91i lAW I t J f as eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOO080800eOeoeooo East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else II 0 ioeomipoaa Bce paUith4 edou alca4 to ten by the writtr Tbs same 0 o It tot for pnbUcattcm feat M an evidence of good filth Writ plainly nnnnnnnnnnOOOOyyyyW WI JACKSON COUNTY I Vote for John F Dean The Cltlzen cordially endorses John F Dean as Republican Candidate for r State Representative to be nominated by the Republicans of Jackson county In the primary Saturday August 10th Ho Is a young man of good character has been a student and for one year an Instructor In Borea College and for seven years a teacher In tho public schools of Jackson county Thi Citizen believes that Mr Dean has the best Interests ot his county and state at hearte OLIN July 3Mr George Baker returned to his home Tuesday lIe has beer working In Hamilton O for tho past two monthsMiss Alice Baker attended church at Letter Box Sunday Mrs Fannie Simpson of East Bern stadt is visiting friends and relatives hero this week Mr and Mrs Willie Davlson visited Mr and Mrs DM Medlack Sunday Miss Ida King Is on tho sick list this week Miss Etta Medlack attended singing at Tynei Sunday Drummer Medlack of Ann vllle called at G M Farmers Tues dayMrs Charlie Amyx of AnnvIIIc visited at Mr Dan Medlaoks Mon day MIDDLE Fonte July 5B1l1 Baker and wife have gone to Hamilton O where they will make their future home Delia and Minnie Angel entertained quite a largo crowd of young folks Sunday Wes Angel and Robert Tussey who have been hauling logs for tho past two weeks returned to their hon ThursdayLetha Angel who has been sick for quite a while Is Improv IngLeo Webb and Dan Medlock ol Annvllle were fishing In this vicinity Friday Jake Gabbard Jr and wife and Sitha Angel visited here Saturday and SundayWesley and Ellja Angel took a load of ties to tho switch FrldayMr Asa Browning died on June 25th and a sister Miss SallU Drowning died July tho 1st Both were model young people and the heartfelt sympathy of all are with the bereaved family i KEnnY KNOB July gWe have becn having fine weather for the last few days and people are very busy with their crops Mr and Mrs Ike Dean were the guests of Mr James Click and fam fly last SundayMr and Mrs Henry Click spent Sunday evening with Mr James Williams and family Miss Laura Hatfleld will teach our school this fall term which will begin the 22nd of this monthNext Saturday and Sunday will be our regular meeting and baptismal services will beheld Sunday evening near Mr Aaron Powells Mr Late Williams who has been sick Is somewhat better Mr and Mrs Walter Williams spent Saturday night with Mr Dave Hager Miss Nannie Williams took dinner with Miss Bertha Pearson Sunday Our Sunday school Is Improving We hope to see a largo crowd there next SundayMr and Mrs George John son spent Sunday with Mr Jamoa Click and family hunt July GMIlS Maggie Benge who has been visiting her cousin Mlse Dora Bongo of Droyfus has returned Mr Willie Harbor who has been sick for some tlmo Is able to be out again Miss Lucle Ogg was the guest ot Miss Beatrice Halo ono day last weekrQulto a crowd from here spent the day at Mallory on the Fourth Mr and Mrs Lewis Parks of Cincin anti are visiting Mr Parks parents Miss Minnie Hays of Clover Bottom was the guest of Miss Grace Parks Saturday and Sunday JO TON Juno 28C P Baker and family visited William Lakes Saturday and Sunday Mr C M Baker and family and Mrs Polly Fox were the most welcome guests of Mr Thomas Lakes and family last SundayBorn to Mr and Mrs J W Steele a fine boy on the 22ndThomas Lakes and Co aro going Into the logging business on Cavanaugh Creek Mr J M Baker and family are thinking of going to Illinois this summer Mr John Gay and son are hauling goods for N J CoyleMr Orvllle Fox of this place has gone to Lexington Ky this week on business Services are to be held at Wind Cave church Sunday the 30th by Rev David Smith Rev William Anderson and others CLOVER J1OTTOM July 2our school begins Monday July the 8th with Miss Annie Pow ell as teacherMaster Everett Mc Guire who has been sick for some time Is able to be out again Lewis McGulro found a valuable watch on the public road near his home this morning Mrs Jano Sparks and daughter Mrs Crank spent Sunday with Mrs William Powell Mrs Powell visited Mr PowellsI brother Albert Powell and family Saturday night Mrs J R Durhai spent a few days last week with her little grandson who has been sick James Durham has returned from Louisville Jim says It the rest of the world Is as large as Louisville she Is a whoppert- NNYILLE July 6Mr E Pennington went to Livingston and Mt Vernon last Saturday on business Dr Wllllar Parker ot Benge and Mr Wllllan Isaacs were on a fishing trip tho firs of the week on the mlddlo fork ot RockcosUe river Miss Mattie Med lock returned last Saturday from Somerset Everybody was glad to see her back again Last Wednesday was tho regular examination day at Welchburg Only two applicants appeared for ni Increase In pension Miss Poarl and Mr Leonard Goodman of Wolchbnri left last Wednesday to visit their uncle J R Collier of London Mr Arch Peters ot Prlvett made II business trip to Annvllle last Tuesday Joe Eversole and brother of South Fork passed through here last Friday on their way to London and spent the- night with R A Johnson Evorythlni Is growing better and people generally havo got their crops In good condition Moso Edwards has bought the old public school building and will convert part ot It In a storo house Mr Frank King of near Peoples was In our vicinity Saturday and Sunday W A Cope candidate for represent lye passed through here yesterday Oscar Roder Bob Johnson and Walt Medlock all left the first of the week on a two weeks trip to look after tho wants of the merchants In their terrl torles Miss Naoma Akeman went to Moores Creek yesterday Mrs Julia Bales has been very sick but Is somewhat better now- EVEHGUEEK July GThe farmers are getting along fine with their crops Llttli Clover Creek Is the champion for corn oats and potatoesWIll Beck went to McKee today on buslness Miss Adella Fox and Miss Laura Click of Berea visited Evergreen Friday night Ed M Jones Is through laying by his cornMr Leonard Martin visited at the Pine Thicket last Gabbard caught aSunday Mr Dave tine ground hog In John Mullins trap last Friday Grover Drew Is going to teach on South Fork this year IIUIIIEY July School will begin at this place July pith with Mr Jerome Hel lard as teacherJohn Dean our car didate for representative was In thisI vicinity Thursday Mr Dean tlno fellow and likely to get a good many votes here The detectives and revenue men have about mado a clean sweep of the moonshiners In this jountry Shade Angel from Illinois Is back on a visit for several days He and his wife will return In a few- lays and will make their future home hereMr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard Fr and Mrs Gabbards sister SIthn Angel took dinner with Mr and Mrs Joe Tuaeey ot Middle Fork Sunday Mr and Mrs Perry McCollum visited their daughter Mrs Sarah B Hurley Sunday last Mrs W M McCollum and daughter Mrs Donlo Phillips vis ted at Edward Gabbards Monday The party went fishing In the after noon and caught a nice lot of fish Uley Gabbard of this place was among friends at Parrot Saturday and Sunday Minnie and Eva Johnson I ailed their sister Mrs Ida Lake on Horse Lick last week Old Uncle Voelsy Gabbard who has been very thought to be lok for somo time Is slowlY Improving Mrs Sintha Rob copperhead In herorts klllod a large garden lost week SAND GAV July SMrs J W Williams who seriously 111 Is slowly bas been very proving Died recently of consumption Mrs Moses Campbell daughter or Mr and Mrs John S Penlngton of Gray Hawk Tho remains were taken to Gray Hawk and Interred In the family cemetery Wo greatly sympathize with the bereaved Everett the little son of Mr and Mrs L N McGuire Is very seriously lU4Irs Newton Hur ley Is also very 111 and Mr Newton lurley returned home from Hamilton esterday Tho people ot this vicinity hailed the announcement of John F leans candidacy with many Hurrahs Mr Dean Is a scholarly young publican qualified In every sense for the high office to which he Is an spirant and the people aro glad to have an opportunity to vote for him Mr and Mrs E E Durham visited J W Williams and family Sunday J G Durham and Annie Powell began their schools this morning the former e at Birch Lick the latter at Cloer Bottom The people of this viCinity are beginning to lay by corn ESTILL COUNTY WAGERSVIIIK July GMr R J Scrlvner is reported very sick Misses Nettle and Grace Wagers aro visiting at Kirk vllle this weekII C Wagers attended tho picnic at Witt Springs the FourthMr and Mrs J M Edwards were In Irvine Wednesday on busl ness Salesman A C Wilson JassedI through here Wednesday Misses Kn Uterine Wagers and Rannlo Kldwel came home Monday after a weeks vli It with friends In Richmond and Be reaMlss Bess Wagers was the guest ot Misses Nettle and Hen Scrlv nor tho first ot the week Tbo Infant child of Mr and Mrs John Hender son is very slckHe E B Bartlett will fill his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Wo are glad to say Vernon Scrlvner who has been sick for so long Is able to be out again Miss Anna Wilson entertained a number of friends Tuesday night OWSLEY COUNTY- TIttYELL1tnS JUST July 8Danlel Turner of Vincent Ky paid W P Minter and family f short visit SundayS P Candell and Blgo Turner are doing a good buslno In farming this summer Harlan County S S Convention MnRlnlrrlnt IlUtrlct No 7 Meets at Smith School House July SO 1907 9SO a m The program Is as follows 1 Devotional Exorcises Rev T W Clod 2 The Pastors Relation to the Sunday School Rov T B leVln 3 Duties ot a Good Superintendent- N L Smith Anthony Rly 4 How I Teach tho dart Class D N Smith Mrs W W Smith 5 How I Use tho Quarterly H V Napier H B Burkhar C Noon Recess 7 What the Association Is Arthur Dalloy 8 Election of Officers for the Bnsu Ing Year 9 How to Use the Temperance Loseoi W D Fee 10 Methods of Scouring and Holding Members J W Mahai 11 Modern Methods and S S EquIp- ment D N Snodgnus 12 Does the S S Pay and Why Wm Cawood Wm Green Jas- II Ends Each subject open for general Dis cussion after being Introduced by the persons assigned thereto Everybody Is cordially Invited N L SMITH President H B BURKHART Secy OHIO NEWS HAMILTON July 6The Fourth ot July was II noisy day In Hamilton All buslno was suspended and everybody enjoys a holiday The weather has been warm and dry during the week and tin Is needed badly The wheat crop Is fairly good Corn Is small but bas a healthy color and Is growth ilcely Blaine Isaacs and A J Gab bard visited at Mason 0 Saturday and Sunday Lljo Feltnors wife has ieon quite low during tho week but Is Improving some John Jackson hoi turned from Barea and Is worklfif at his old Job In tho C C Paper 1II111sA number of our young people spent the Fourth out of town at- Daton and Cincinnati DDr K M lanteo of the Government Inspection Bureau Washington D C will bo here July IBth to oasist Health Of fleer Mark Mllllkln In his work lu ipeotlng the dairies of Hamilton Auditor Pabst gave out his statement Wednesday of the Tlnanolal condition ot Butler county for the month of June It shows a balance at the and of tho month of 380406 of whieh 387678 Is In the treasury and 11 917 is in the county depositaries The twelfth annual assembly of the Miami Valley Chautauqua opens July 19th and holds for eighteen dye A splendId program Inn been arranged Senator Foraker Byron W King Dr JcArthur Dr Sill and Wm J Bryan aro somo of the speakers and loetur ers HumanIt is one of the curios and puzzling phenomena of human nature that the situation which inspires some to their highest endeavor arouses others tQ- their worstIda M TarbelL Safety In Thunderstorms In a thunderstorm tho safest course for a human being is to get thoroughly wet A wellknown scientist has do lared that ho could kill a rat when dry by means of an electric discharge but never when It was wet Unresting MachIneryI A day consists of only 24 hour and It might be fully occupied by iireo relays of workers each doing eight hours the machinery being on he stretch all tho time Rest docs machinery no good It tends to wear It out The best thing for a machine ls always to be going at a steady speed It doss no good to a watch to let It run down It Is Important to eep It always going EMPTIED THE VAULT This sank Teller Didnt Believe rn Leaving Anything New Tork July 6 Chester B Run yan the defaulting teller of the Wine sor Trust company was arrested In Now York last evening and 54410 of the money stolen from the bank was recovered Runyan was found in tho apartment of Mrs Laura Carter ot G19 West 144th street where ho had been slnco he walked out of tho bank on Saturday with all tho mono In tho tellers vault packed In his suitcase Now York July 1A reward of 2600 has been offered for tho cap turo of Chester D Runyan paylni teller of tho Windsor Trust company who It is charged walked out of tho oOlco with 96317 of tho banks mor- in a suitcase Tho theft was not dOo tccted until tho next morning It had been executed with a boldness as startling as tho deed itself was sur- prisIng to those who bad Intimately known and trusted tho than Runyan had announced hIs Intention of spending the day with his mother who ho said was 111 at Rochester 110 brought his suitcase to tho bank In tho morning Though the paying tellers cago Is In plain sight of other employes his vault was literally emp tied during tho forenoon Not a nickel remained apparently whon at 1231 oclock Runyan looked tho vault and leaving tho suitcase filled with monoy in tho cage went out to lunch ln fortyflvo minutes ho returned and bade hIs associates good by and pIck- Ing up tho case left the office Nc traco of his subsequent movements has been discovered GOING AHEAD WITH IT The Chicago Southern Railroad to Do Completed by Oct 1 Chicago July GTho managers of tho Chicago Southern railway syndl rate John R Walsh John N Fnlthon and Orvllle B Babeook announce that osiers have been given to commence tho completion of the road to ChIcago July 8 It Is expected that tho road will be running trains into Chlcagc by Oct 1 Tho northern terminus ol the road is now at Chicago Heights thirtyone miles from Chicago Slxl7 miles of construction have beon com doted south of Chicago Heights and orty four miles have boon built north ot Terre Hauto Ind leaving a total gap of thirtynine miles ONE DARE ROUND Australian Mystery Soon Solved bj His American Opponent fan Francisco Cal July GDII quires the mystery front Australia lasted a portion of a round with Tommy Buss when Burns solved the mystery with a sucoesslon of right blows to the Jaw and tho fight Will over Tho fact that Squires was an unknown quantity had lent Interesl to the tight and an immense crowd assembled Just outside San Francisco to witness the contest Fully 9001 people wore in the arena and paid all the way from U to UO to sea two minutes and eight seconds fight Ing Beginning of the End Boise Ida July GA beginning of- tho end of tho Haywood trial has been reached Counsel for the de onse announced that with tho exception of threo or four witnesses their caso in direct Is before the jury jbarlcs H Moyor the accused pros dent of the Western Federation of Miners will bo called Monday Ho will be followed by Wm D Haywood ho defendant A Growing Death List St Paul July 6Twenty one are now known to have been killed in tornado which swept a path 100 thoI long and from a mile to a few wide through central Wisconsin Wed neday night Details aro coming In slowly ana it is loath list will bo further IncrousedI 1Crownwitching cars on road Brakoman Noff was struck by lightning Although a shoe was torn from his foot his trousers torn to breds keys and monoy molted In his lookot and his body burned from nook to toes he may survive Two Men Held on Suspicion Watwau WIs July 2Jessie Rohle daughter of John E Rehlo aged six oon years was assaulted and mur derodln a strip of woods along tho road near her home It was shown at- an autopsy that tho girl had been choked to death Two men havo been rested on suspicion Mormons Going Out of Business Salt Lako City July 3Two car rmatlon of tho report given out somo imo ago that the Mormon church has tided to retire from business is tho announcement made by tho Deseret News that the church has sold tho GraBII Crook coal mines near Coalville for 300000 The Days Harvest of Death Chicago July 5 Thirtysix persons vtire kilted and 1471 injured while lolobratlng Independence Day accord- Ing to the Record herald which made a canvass ot tho accidents in tho en ire United States during the past wentyfour hours Trolley Car Struck by Lightning GLightningIHterurban electric railway at New Paris stunning several passengers THE CITIZEN Berea Ky TowrJtilvns The Cltlien wants you for a iubxrlt r If you bad been willing It a tow inonthi you thatispaper ono year for IIW Or If you will scud UI IIM we will iena you the hoot The Mountain IVople ol Kentucky by Wm 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to ret one of the premiums we otter to new subscribers rend tllt If you want the knife 116 If you want The Mountain People of Kentucky or iivo If you want nation Lifo of Chrlit HOW TO PAY JOlt Till CITIZKX The onhit haveafeheetsonabank oraiilstonaqleerrat for ilx month and X tents f r Ibree IbelOI OIUN mI Ollt too we1Itvfiivet Yoiii TIMK HUNK our If will look at the alldre on your itself or en the paper la which It U wrapped you w see bettw a date printed like this a JULY 17- Thatneana paper a pail for to July lUWor whMcrtr the date la When the time thatyour lkil U tend a renewal to taM wbMribtr to rUnlnd him that tile 1Isout end Mve his tine In vending M hla the patyear list BO ese Uffdltewaltor 1hta Aft nosey for esotker yese ate II the date on to year ryyeardl1titais mNn lin Rftfri1 0 and iJkr net i misermarked you a baal please write us two or three weeki to we tan sad out ti the matter WAS BEYOND THE PALE The Reason Chaucer Is Not In 80clety Now A friend of James Whltoomb Rllay tolls of an occasion when the humor- Ist who Is as a rule extremely avorse to social functions was Induced to attend a literary dinner In Indian npollu given in honor of a novelist of that city- Riley had boon told off to take In to dinner the sister of his host an oxool lent woman though anything but literaryThe touching upon the beauties of Chaucer about whom II certain set of the city was then oultl rating a fad a spirited discussion en sued during which the bewildered sis tor caught from time to time only the name Chaucer At last sho whispered to IllUy Who Is this Mr Chaucer theyre talk lag about so much II he very popular In society Madam solemnly responded Illlcy that loan did something that forovei shuts him out of sooletyl- Heavonsl exclaimed the worth dame and what was that 7 lie died several hundred roan ago said Riley Wants to Know the Worst Thomas Watkins of Princeton Ind Is engaged In tho odd business of fur nlshlng foxes to fashionable huntln clubsMr Watkins was talking the other day about a certain master of tho houndsA man said tho fox pur Toyor A cool one and no mistake His wife last weak fell Ill and the doctor was sent for The doctor atter he bad seen tho lady said to tho huntsman 14 You wlfo is In rather a bad way Ho hesitated Then ho went on sol cmnly Do you want to know Uu worstCertainly said tho husband 1er talnly Toll me tho worst Is It to ba Palm Doaoh or tho Riviera f Min neapolls Journal New Light on Dairying In one of tho model schools of tho town a firstgrade teacher was having a lesson on oowa She was tryln to Impress on the young minds the various uses of the milk Uuttor ohoeso ota had been disposed of and sho wanted some bright genius to toll how the farmer fed the surplus milk to tho pigs Loading up to this she raked tho question Now children after tho farmer has undo all tho butter and ahoeso ho noods and uses what milk he wants for his family what does ho do with tho milk that still remains Dead silence followed for a moment and then ono little hand waved frantically The teacher smiled and said Well James Ho pours It back Into tho cowl piped James Womans Homo Com anion DIDNT STOP TO FIGURE Possibilities of Apparently Simple Dot Staggered Frenchman A curious bot that partakes of the nature of a practical Joko wont to tho courts in the town of Dolo Franco In 1634 A citizen of the district offered to pay ono of his countrymen 24 francs in advance If ho would agroo to furnish him with a number of grains of millet In propor tion to the number of children born In tho town within a year Ono groin of mlllot was to bo given for tho first two for tho second four for tho third eight for the fourth and no on doubling tho number for each child- Accepting tho apparently generous odor the unlucky Frenchman attempted to carry out tho provisions but 08 children woro born within the specified time He was astonished at tho enormous quantities of grain re quired to fulfill tho contract and appealed to the courts for annulment of tho wager on tho ground that It was founded on an impossible condi tion The Jujdges granted his appeal but ordered him to return the 25 francs ho had received and pay 24 la Ad dition The Sunday Magazine HINT FOR LATE 8TAYER3 Custom Dorrowed from the Doers to Get Rid of Sores In South Afrlen candles are used for lighting purposes In tho homeland when a young floor maiden baa gentlemen visitors tho mother sticks a pin In the oamlle And whon It haa burned to the pin Um oallors understand that It Is HMO for their do parluro Mrs Barly a society matron of Washington recently made a visit to the Transvaal and was Impressed with the eastern of the Doers that she determined to Introduce It Into her own home Consequently tto olsa trio lights woro removed and candles substituted In tho drawingroom Mr Staylate a frequent though not always weleomo caller was ono ot tho first visitors to sail after tho In auguratlon of the now custom Ho witnessed the placing of the pin in tho oandlo by Mrs Marly and after she had gone ventured to Inquire Why Miss Early does your moth er stick a pin In tho candle Oh responded the young woman with an air of apparent innocence mother learned that in South Africa as a way of sending homo tho Doors Harpers Weekly READY TO TAKE NOTES Cruel Husband Had Stenographer to Record Wifes Remarks Frederic Irland at the last conven Lion of the National Association of Stenographers at Atlantic City said ot a somewhat harsh rebuke that ono stenographer had administered to an otherThat rebuke was a llttlo to cruel was It notT It reminds mo of tho cru elty of a Washington mana place ot cruelty wherein stenography played nn unwitting part As this man CAme to bed ot o night his wlfo said to him H Ilea tho stranger gone t didnt hoarhimOh dear He hasnt gone tho husband replied I havo Instructed the maid to let him out in threo or tour hours The wife looked amazed and stupo led Whatwhywho on earth Is he anyway T she stammered My dear said the husband quiet ly ho Is a shorthand reporter You BOO I nearly always forget what you soy to mo during your dlieourso from 11 till two and sometimes I go to sleep whllo youro talking So I thought Id rave your lecture written out tonight and study It at my leisure The young San Is all ready the door Is open BO that ho can hoar you pnd you may be gin as soon as you like C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B K Robinson AU ails promptly attended to night and day Telephone No4 listen Ky Dr W G BEST DENTIST CtTY PHONE lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER n f N IT fq T