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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k wr MILES I DENT 5 OFFICE UEREA KY X Iooeogtoeoeoeoeosoeooeoeoeoe o 0 eo 0 OF Emperor of Korea loalcsTerri- bto Ocean Disaster Mark Twain Returns from England Young American under Death Sentence In I Germany Tho affairs of the llttlo kingdom of Korea tiavo become BO badly tangled that the Japanese have taken olmrgo and the Korean emperor forced to glvo up Ills throne The country will probably become a dependency of Japan t The Japs havo been looking for A chanee to take poMOMton over since J the war with Russia The cue Ian probably nothing but a steal on the part of Japan She hu forced the tangle to make an excuse and now makes UBO of the excuse This la P Imperialism with a vengeance Poor t little Korea Reports from Korea say that tIm former emperor U Inlay working up plot against the Japanese whom be regards as onemlN of the count Some of the former leading sUtentuen have been amoted for taking part Inn supposed plot against the new etni r or TN supporters of the new got ernment are equally buy and are taking desperate measures to lamaI lain their supremacy lately I 00 dense of two of the former statesmen were burned down The Japanea are now denying that they forted the former emperor to abdicate but their l denial aeoraa to be wily a point in their diplomatic policy About mWnlght on Jvly 110 to poe- eeeger Meakuer Columbia eoltMed with t the lumber ship Ban Pedro off the eoaet of California and about SM peo ple wer drowned ICtghty otlten were resetted The accident WM due to a deMO fog which hid UM vnsela frexK- eaek etherf Mark Twain the famous AmarkQH humorist who haa been travelliltg In Kngiand lately baa com tome Wring lag wlUt Mm a new sapply of lakes fled the tUU of Deetor of LaWL The degree waa conferred upon kith by Oxford Ualfmty He Bays that in spite of UM American noUon that the lOngttaiiman ounnot appreciate a Joke they are oa fMHay M aabody eie Karl Hau a young American lawyer has keen oonvlejed of the mur der of his moUisrlBlaw and sentef to death at Karlsruhe Gennany His homo is In Washington D c and lie was regarded an one of the most brilliant young men In hto profession Tho crime for whiah ho was oonvietcd was eammlUed at Baden Germany tho homo of the murdered woman She Got Job Thoro is a true story of one young woman who had devoted almost a year to pulling wires and using all possible influence to gain an Interview with a certain theatrical manager At lust her hopes wore realized she got her appointment and sbo was finally ushered Into the managers private office Ho received her most cor dlally and offered hor a chair Thank you she said gratefully I think I will sit down Ive been Just ten months getting hero and Im a llttln tired And tho manager who Is really a great man and hence has a sense of humor promptly engaged horTho Rialto in Outing THE CITIZEN I IVolNEWS THE WEEK WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY HAIL AND FAREWELL Useful School Founded by Prayer and Sacrifice Dies Llko a Christian WMIiMWMvrg Academy OM of UM most honorable laxUluttotia in Ken tacky founded Immediately after the war pioneer In UM aorrwa of roHgtoa awl domUoH In UM mountains long attended by hundred of students lias eeoMd exist The history of this school teaches many Isssom IU now work ree ean Whlllay and the adjoining counties were a wild desolate Godforsaken region at the close of the when a little hand of devoted tOllow1 ers of Jesus started a Christian Acad omy at WHIIamsburg This Academy gave cheering Gospel light and large Ideas of education and program the people of a wWe region Its first teachers underwent great prlvatloil and showed tho faith that removes mountains and tho lore that never falloUi The Academy WAS booked by the American Missionary Association and word should be said about this great agency of the kingdom of God Tho called was started by a union of Christian people of all denominations and has done moro than any other organization fop tho upbuilding of good things In tho South has sustained schools and missionaries in all tho Southern I states a pure work of brotherly fU o o oto o o O o SERVANTSOF I i NECESSITY o 1nrl those whom Incomes nro never big enough to save every Incrcono In income In spent soon 1 o tlllll 1lhlIIO nro tho mon whoso hairs fInd thom still behind n counter still dosing tholr own hard work g on alie Carry n suvlngH account In this strong bank enrnlng FOUR per cent Interest for you piling up ft reserve for tho t1uturo yet always ready for good business chanco In tho c + present o I BEREA BANK TRUST CO r BEREA KENTUCKY t Capital 5000000 Surplus 1000000 c DIRECTORS t J J Moore J W Herndon E T Fish 1 W H Porter Chas Burdette E Johnson 1 P Cornelius A W Stewart W Dinsmore 14e+e+o+G1 +0 o+ A to thoud to a A M A as it Is It as + + + + +o+o+O+ + +o + + ns ns+ or a J J INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS t 0 +0+0+c+o+o+aNo +o+o+o+oo+o+ 410o Fo ha+o+o+ love gathering and expending a quarter of a million dollars a year One by one the different Christian bodies haw started denominational work In the South so that the A M A has lost their support and It is now sustained mainly by one church the Ooagrogatlonal but ttls coftdiuUd In no selfish spirit but for the good of all So long as the AM A was stilt a union society it aided Berea as well aa Hampton and Atlanta but all these schools ceased to receive aid when the A M A ceased to be a union society The success of Williamsburg Acad emy attracted tho attention of narrowminded and sectarian corlnlnI It must w a Zinc thing to aondemy Why should not wo do 1tl1 And so Uioy started a rival school the Institute In tho same town Jn raising money and getting teaches they carefully concealed the fact that there was a great academy full of Christian and educational power in Williamsburg already They really believed wo suppose that nothing could bo Christian which did not be long to them So by false pretenses they started this other school and for years two Institutions have been stand Ing side by side wasting the Lords money and scandalizing the cause of Christ by unholy rivalry and strite Gradually the first teachers of tho Academy passed away and others wh were loss consecrated took their plac es And as the Academy grow some what less spiritual tho Institute grow better Tho misguided men who start ed It dropped out and now teachers actuated not by rivalry but by Chris tian love came In So the two schools went on with less fighting but still wasting money by doing separately what either one of them could do bet ter alone And now tho American Missionary Association has been Christian enough to say as Abram said to Lot Let there be no strife between us Tho Institute Is there and can do tho work The Academy Is discontinued its buildings sold to tho Institute and the A M A transfers its aid to other places where tho need is greater +Go to England to Marry Evory year from 800 to 1200 couples go to England from tho continent mostly from Germany to get married To comply with tho conditions of tho English law the bride usually comes ovor first stays one night In a hotel And gives notlre of the marriage on the following day Then tho man ar rives and tho ceremony takes place It IB generally by license as otherwise both would havo to bo In Eng land tor four weeksDiagnosed Henry asked the Sunday schoolteacher what Is the conjcleneor The conscience answered little Henry Is what you have after you have been eating cake and Jam and things out of the pantry and then you have to takocastor oil and that cures tho conrlonce Judge K WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT ITS Judge Hargis has been discharged after the last trial to which he can be brought for the killing of his politicalenemies had begun That means that he stands before the law as a good clean man guilty of no crime Perhaps he is such a good clean innocent man but sad to say no one in the mountains of Ken tucky believes it If Hargis had had three fair honest trials for the killing of Cockrell Marcum and Cox and had been declared not guilty in each case by twelve men who voted not as they felt but according to the evidence then we should have nothing further to say But that is just what Hargis has not had He is one of the most prominent Democratic leaders in Kentucky The Democratic party needed him andso the Democratic party has used every means lawful or unlawful not to see that justice was done but to see that guiltyInof Democrats determined to free Hargis no matter what the evidence should be In the last trial two judges appointed for the purpose by Governor Beckham mov ed the place of trial from the home of Hargis where SandyHookten that would convict him and then gave no chance to the prosecution to get its witnesses there That is justice and law in Kentuckybut it is the Demo cratic kind Now would it not be a good plan for all Kentuck ians who like to see murder made unpopular and hon esty in law and politics as well as other things made popular to give the Democratic Governors and judges Republicans now could they and they promise to do better 0 STOP SPREAD OF TYPHOID Dr Cowley Glre Simple Direction which Iuat he Followed This is the time of the year when Berea is commonly visited with an epidemic of typhoid By studying carefully and observing accurately tho following suggestions much can be done to prevent this spread of typhoid for typhoid Is a preventable and there fore an unnecessary disease 1 Typhoid is caused by a germ which Is found in tho mouth stools and urine patients suffering with the disease Therefore in every CASO of typhoid tho spit vomit and dis charge should bo sterilized Place one teaspoonful of formalin In tho vessel with these discharges leave them stand covered 15 minutes and then bury them in tho back part of the garden Never put a piece of news paper on tho floor for the patient to spit on Flies get into It and carry it on their feet to the table and deposit It on the food and so spread the dis ease 2 Keep all flies out of tho room forisproadlng soiling themselves and then lighting on food and water contaminating it Use screens and fly poison and drive them out 3 One and only one person at a time should nurse the typhoid patient and while she Is on duty she should do nothing else She should not touch the cooking or baking After sho bathes or otherwise attends to the patient she should carefully wash her hands In soap and water Immedi ately after touching the patient SOlletl1Itcontaining 2 table spoonfuls of for malin tor at least an hour wrlnsed in in fresh water and hung In the sun several hours AH towels and other linen touching tho patient should to soaked and dried in the dun tho same wayIt is really a sin to neglect these simple precautions for If they are care fully followed typhoid fever will not spread but will surely disappear from the community The neglect of these precautions spreads the disease and causes thousands of deaths yearly Sell Shoes Broken In One clerk who had earned tho repu tation of being the best saleswoman in Ute shoo department was asked the secret of her success I sell all the shoes that have been returned sho explained The other girls are afraid to show them but 1 find them the best sellers Our house is liberal in its treatment of dissatis ned customers and we get back a good many pairs of shoes that havo been worn around the house until they brandInowabove every other consideration does- not mind that consequently I sell shoes while tho other girls oaly fit them onN Y Globe p T d I momomomomomomomomomomomomo 9 o- g Wouldnt it be worth a quar gm ter to say thirty words to 0 five thousand people tell 2- u ing what you havo to soli 5 U HARGIS GOES fREE Prosecution gave up case Will Iamsburg Institute Buys Academy Property Cynthlana Goes Dry Lewis Nominee for Judge in 33rd District DreathlttIcounty dealared free b Judge Moody The abrupt ending o tho trial was duo to the withdrawn of the prosecution Attorney Byrd had made every effort to have tho case remanded to Breathltt county for trial so that his wltnessea could be secured but the court refused to take any action Being unable to ge the most Important witnesses to come to such an outofway place as Sandy Hook the prosecuting attorney announced that he would no longer try to prosecute Hargis The court at once declared the defendant free At torney Byrd regarded the trial as a mero farce and It Is generally be lieved that the court was anxious to have the trial close while the prose cution was working under great difficulties It is said that Hargis has spent 160000 In defending hinlsel- and friends since ho was first charge- with murders of Marcum Cockrlll and Dr Cox The recent trial won the charge of killing Dr Cox and Is probably the last time Hargis can be tried for tho killing of any one of these three men A deal has been practically completed by which tho property of tho Congre gational school WHIIamsburg will bo bought by the Baptist Institute for the sum of 10000 Tho school has been carried on under the auspices of tho American Missionary Association Recently some new buildings were erected and the school seemed to be making some progress but tho trustees decided to closo its career Last week a local option election was held In Harrison county with the result that the county and the city of Cynthlana went dry by a majority of 1600 Tho election was a very exciting one and both sides worked unusually hard The women of Cyn thlana took an active part marching to tho polls in bands singing and begging voters to help removo the curse of drink from the city After tho election a praise service was held in the public square Let the good work go on Kentucky now has only a few whisky counties left Reports from the new Thirtythird Judicial District say that Hon L D Lewis of Hyden Leslie county has been nominated for Circuit Judge over John 0 Eversole of Boonevllle The contest was one of the hottest on record In that part of the state Each man carried his homo county by a large majority Republican party leaders have agreed upon George Welsslnger Smith as the best man for mayor of Louis ville Mr Smith has agreed to accept the nomination it U la offered to himI I THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of toe Worlds Greatest Thinkers SpenkIers and Writers + An angry word like a letter dropped Into the post Is a hard thing to recall Technical World Women of fashion seetn to me to lave lost dignity of character in gon oral tone and culture Outside this charmed circle I find that the tone of taste and culture is much higher than I remember it in my youth Julia Ward Howe- Each night you die for a little spacejEach morning you are born Therefore each day becomes a minia turn life In Itself nnd tho way to snake tho larger life productive of tho best roeulU is to make each day contribute thereto Its proper share t elgh Mitchell Hodges 1 Sho Sometimes you appear really manly and sometimes you aro quitejeffeminate How do you account for j He Itl Its hereditary I suppose Ono 1 half my ancestors wore males and tho other halt fe1alesIondon Illustrat ed Bits Stranger In search of information How do tho births in this town com pare with the deaths Intelligent Officer Well sor Ivry body thats born hero dies sometime I afterwards sor Chicago Tribune Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE New of The Week nlIlorlnlhntro You Going todoAhont it- Farewell to Wllllaiii liurir Acnileray I Thlne ti Think Of Kentucky New POI TWOiSerialThe IIouno of nThotiinivt CRndlITemperance Notes VAGI THIIUE- lleren and Vicinity Take Notice t College Item llurmh for Ferrltoirn PAGE FOUR I 1011n+ PnIlaoynftiqunlltyefylnnWmA111dtef Youth Department PAGE FIVE The Unlrj The Sunday School Lemon rAGE SIX The Home Taking Out Stnln DistricttThe Farm The Ilobnou Idea Concluded Latet Market Iteport PAGE SEVEN Plan to Seize Korea Strike U Lost by Telegraphers Itecent State New PAGE EIGHT I Eastern Kentucky Correspondence j NOTE THE DAY tiThe Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II IIFThe time to start is in the Falls and It now seems that he will bo the Republican candidate Tho cam paign leaders believe he will carry the Republican vote solid and tho voto of all Democrats who supported the fusion ticket in the last election Democrats hope to win thru tho pop ularity of Mayor Binghams reform measures Bingham was not elected but he Is a Democrat and was appoint ed to the office by Gov Beckham the last election having been declared il legal President W W Finley of the Southern railroad system made a long speech to an audience of citizens and t officials In Louisville July IS urged that the Interests of the and those of tho railroads are 110Isame People attack the without knowing or caring they are right or wrong When the people and corporation officials study the public needs together and pare notes it will be found that aUIare working to the same endIBecause the Navarre Cafe of Lex ington sold a drink of whisky to a Breathltt county man on Sunday the mayor revoked the license of tho sa loon It was one of tho finest places in the city Good for the Mayorl That will make lawbreaking unpopu= lar in Lexington The second regiment of the Kentucky State Guard reached James I town Va last Thursday This regi i ment is composed mainly of Winchester and Richmond Lexingtonr i guests went from these toYs to see I I the boys on parndea I a r i P1IflWBPAP1fl 1AWB bT ra i wb UkM lb popr rtcntwlr from Ikr rM + 100 w bMhw dlll04 M hu Mm at hllhif ayTbew nmedelad0 LWTUTZOZAL ruea THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON t1tr 1 rUE HAl It CRAKCE ZElDi DAMEIOn fie Copjrtgbt 906 by U1a1lXrrtU Co CHAPTER XIX Continued Tut They dont all marry tho sons of brewers I retorted You assured me once while your affair with that Irish girl was on that the short upper lip made Heaven seem possible but unnecessary then the next thing I knew she had shaken you for the bloated maltster Take that for your Impertinence But perhaps It was Dates I did not wait for an answer I was not In a mood for reflection or nice dis tinctions Tho man came In Just then with a fresh plato of toast Bates Mr Pickering has learned that I was away from the house on tho night of the attack and Im ordered off for having broken my agreement to stay here How do you suppose ho heard of it so promptly From Morgan quite possibly I aavo a letter from Mr Pickering myself this morning Just a moment sir He placed before me a note bearing tho same date as my own = It was a sharp rebuke of Bates for his failure to report my absence promptly by wire and ho was ordered to prepare to leave on the first of February Close your accounts at the shopkeepers and I will audit your bills on my arrival The tone was peremptory and con temptuous Bates had failed to satisfy Pickering and was flung oft like a smokedout cigar How much had he allowed you for expenses Bates He met my gaze Impcrturably He pays me 50 a month as wages sir and I am allowed 75 for other ex pensesBut you didnt buy English pheas ants and champagne on that allow anceHe was carrying away tho coffee tray and his eyes wandered to the win dowsNot quite sir You seo But I dont see It had occurred to me that as Mr Pickerings allowance wasnt what you might call generous it was better to augment It Well sir I took the lib erty of advancing a trifle as you might say to the estate Your grandfather would not have had you starvo sir He left hurriedly as though to escape from the consequences of his words and when I camo to myself Larry was gloomily invoking his strange Irish godsLarry Donovan Ive been tempted to kill that follow a dozen times This thing Is too damned complicated for me I wish my lamented grandfather had left me something easy To think of Itthat all the time Ive been curs ing and abusing Bates since I camo here Ive been enjoying his bounty and hes been giving me the fat of the land Just becauso of his devotion to my grandfathers memory Lord I cant face tho fellow again As I have said before youre rather lacking at times in perspicacity Your Intelligence Is marred by large opaque spots Now that there seems to be a woman in the case youre less sane than over Bah these women And now weve got to go to work Bah these women My own heart caught the words I was enraged and bitter No wonder she had been anx lous for me to avoid Pickering in Cia cinnati after daring me to follow her thereWe called a council of war for that night that we might view matters In the light of Pickerings letter His assuredness in ordering me to leave made prompt and decisive action necessary on my part I summoned Stoddard to our conference feeling confident of his friendliness- Of course said the broadshoul dered chaplain If you could show that your absence was on business of very grave importance the courts might construe In your favor Larry looked at the ceiling and blow rings of smoke languidly I had not disclosed to either of them the causo of my absence On such a matter I knew I should get precious little sym pathy from Larry and I had moreover a feeling that I could not discuss Marian Devereux with any one I even shrank from mentioning her name though It rang like the call of bugles in my blood She was always before mooho charmed spirit of youth linked to every foot of the earth every gleam of the sun upon the Icebound lake every glory of tho winter sunset All the good Impulses I had ever stifled were quickened to life by tho thought of her Amid tho days perplexities I started sometimes thinking I heard her voice her girlish laughter or Saw her again coming toward mo down tho stairs or holding against tho light her fan with Its golden butterflies I really knew so little of her I could associate her with no home only with that last fling of toe autumn upon the lake tho snow driven woodland that twilight hour at tho organ In the chapel those stolen moments at tho Armstrongs I resented the pressure of tho hours af fairs and chafed at the necessity for talking of my perpIertfKs with the good friends wlo were there to help I wished to be alone to yield to tho sweet mood that tho thought of her brought me The doubt that crept through my mind as to any possibility of connivance between her and Picker- Ing was as vague and fleeting as tho shadow of a swallows wing on a sunny meadow You dont Intend fighting the fact of your absence do you demanded Larry after a long silence Of course not I replied fiercely Pickering was right on my heels and my absence was known to his men here And It would not bo square to my grandfatherwho never harmed a flea may his blessed soul rest I- npeacoto lie about It They might nail mo for perjury besides Then tho quicker we get ready for a siege the better As I understand your attitude you dont Intend to move out until youvo found where tho sillers hidden Being a gallant gon tleman and of a forgiving nature you want to bo sure that the lady who Is now entitled to it gets all there Is coming to her and as you dont trust tho executor any further than a true Irishman trusts a British prime ministers promise youre going to stand by to watch the bullion counted Is that a correct analysis of your Intentions Thats as near ono of my Ideas as youre likely to get Spoken like a man of spirit And now wed better stock up at once In case we should be shut off from our source of supplies This is a lonely placo here even tho school Is a remote neighbor Better lot Bates raid the village strops tomorrow Ive tried being hungry and I dont care to repeat tho experience II EstatcITook of to I cant Imagine I really cant bel- Ieve began chaplain that Miss Devoroux will want to be brought Into this estate matter in any way In fact I have heard Sister Theresa say as much I suppose theres no way of preventing a man from leaving his property to a young woman who has no claim on hlmwho doesnt want anything from him Bah those women People dont throw to birds those days Of course shell take It LarryThen his oyes wldoned and met mine In a gaze that reflected tho mystlflca tlon and wondor that struck both of us Stoddard turned suddenly from tho fire Into which he had been gaz tag exclaimingWhats Theres some ono up stairsLarry was already running toward the hall and I heard him springing up tho steps like cat while Stoddard and I followed Wheros Bates demanded the chaplain Ill thank you for the answer I repliedLarry stood at the top of the stair case holding a candle at arms length in front of him staring about We could hear quite distinctly someone walking down a stairway the sounds were unmistakable Just as I had heard them on two previous occa sions without over being able to trace their source The noise ceased suddenly leaving us with no hint of Its whereabouts I went directly to tho rear of the house and found Bates putting dishes away in tho pantry Where have you been I de mandedHere sir I have been clearing up tho dinner things Mr Glenarm Is there anything the matter slrt I Joined the others In the library Why didnt you tell me this feudal Imitation was haunted asked Larry In a grieved tone Im Increasingly glad I camo How often does It walk This Is third time I admitted tho wind In the tower probably the wind plays queer pranks sometimes Youll have to do better than that Glenarm laughed Stoddard Its as stlU outside as a country graveyard Only tho slaugh sidhc the people of tho faery hills tho cheerfiilest ghosts In tho world said Larry You literal Saxons cant grasp Wca ol course nut there was substance enough In our dangers wlthqut pursuing shadows Certain things were planned that night Wo determined to oxorclso ovory precaution to prevent a surprise from without and wo resolved upon a now and systematic sounding of walls and floors taking our clue from the efforts made by Morgan and his ally to find hiding places by this process Pickering would undoubtedly arrive shortly and we wished to anticipate his movements as far as possible CHAPTER XX The Return of Marian Devereux Sister Theresa has loft sir Bates had been Into Annandalo to mall some letters and I was staring out upon tho park from tho library window when ho entered Stoddard having kept watch tho night before was at home asleep and Larry was off somewhere In the house treasure hunting I was feeling decidedly die couraged over our failure to make any progress with our investigations and Bates news did not Interest me Well what of It I demanded without turning round Nothing sir but Miss Dovercux has como backs The devil I turned and took a stop toward the doorI said Miss Devoroux ho repeated In dignified rebuke Sho came up this morning and tho Sister loTt at once for Chicago Sister Theresa do ponds particularly upon Miss DqVnr uxso Ive heard sir Miss Dcvercux quite takes charge when tho Sister goes away You seem full of Information I re the Liberty Advancing a Trifle the tho legacies the observed a the Nothing the Its the marked taking another stop toward my hat and coat And Ive learned something else sir Well They all camo together sir Who came will you tell me that Why the people whove boon tray cling with Mr Pickering came back with him and Miss Dovoreux came with them from Cincinnati Thats what I learned In tho village And Mr Pickering is going to stay Pickering stay At a cottage across the lake for awhile Tho reason Is that hos worn out with his work and wishes quiet Tho other people went back to Now York In tho car lies opened his summer cottage for January has he It does seem the least bit odd sir replied Bates moving away I bad been blue enough without this news Marian Devereux had como back to Annandalo with Arthur Picker ling my faith In her snapped pike a at this astounding news Being now entitled to my grandfathers prop erty she was losing no time In return- Ing She and Pickering had discussed together at the Armstrongs my flight from Annandalo and her return could have no other meaning than that there was a strong tie between them and that ho was now to stay on tho ground until I should bo dispossessed and her rights established Sho had dared me to follow her and my forfeiture had been sealed by that stolen Interview at tho Armstrongs It was a black rec ord and tho thought of It angered me against myself and tho world Tell Mr Donovan that Ive gone to St Agathas 1 said and I was soon striding toward tho school A Sister admitted me Somewhere Inthe building a music lesson was In progress and I consigned the Inventor of pianos to hideous torment us scales wore pursued endlessly up and down tho keya Two girls passing through tho hall made a pretext of looking for a book and came in and exclaimed over tholr Inability to find It with much suppressed giggling that added further to myrage- TO DE CONTINUED Money In Frog Skins Quite lucrative business It seems Is done in Japan In the exportation of frog skins for purses Tho works controlled by a Toklo merchant have exported as many as 130000 skins ia less than a year FRIGHTFUL AGGIO NT ON DOARD THE U 8 BATTLESHU GEORGIA EIGHT KILLED THIRTEEN INJURED Two Bags of Powder Became Ignlteo and Explode During Gun Practice Boston July IGWlth eight of hoi officers and crow dead and thirteen othors either dying or suffering from terrible burns received In an explosion of powder In tho after superimposed turret tho battleship Georgia steamed slowly up Boston harbor from tho tar get protlco ground in Capo Cod baj and landed the load and Injured at the Charlestown navy yard With tho arrival of the Georgia there became known tho details of the coos terrible naval oatnatropho that has over taken place along tho Now Eng land coast The accident occurred while the Georgias crow were at arget practice off Uarnslnble In Cape Cod bay In some manner as yot unexplained two bags of jowdor booame Ignited and In tho torlfflc flash that followed tho entire turret crow consisting ol throe officers and eighteen men wore enveloped in tire and received horrible burns ono officer and five men dying before the ship reached port The vic Urns of the accident are The dead Llopt Casper Goodrich Now York WIHhua J Thatcher chief turret captalnWllmlngton Del Faulk nor Golibvalte midshipman Ken tacky W J Burke ordinary seaman Quincy Mass O G Hamilton ordinary seamen South Framingham Mass W II Thomas ordinary sea man Newport U 1 Goorge E Miller ordinary seaman Brooklyn N Y William F Pair ortary seaman Brooklyn N Y The Injured Midshipman John T Cruse Nebraska Frank Soholpp boatswains mute North Adams Mass Charles Hansel gunners mate Now York O Tagland ohio yeoman Ruahford Minn J O Thomas ordI- nary seaman Brooklyn N Y S I Rosenborger ordinary seaman PWte delphte Edward J Walsh ordinary seaman Lynn MOM John O Maleeok ordinary seamen Cleveland John A Bush ordinary seaman New York L 0 Mew ordinary seaman Berm Ohio Ilowell L Gilbert ordinary seaman SOMthwtek biers wotMrtto of body burned John A Pose ordinary seaman Trenton N J OMriH L Idol ordinary seaman Frankfort Ind Poor oUter Rum received minor Injuries whose names were act given oat and who were not taken off the shipThe explosion occurred in Ute attar turret where tile meet under ooanmitd of Ltoat leper Qoodffefe SOB of Rr Ads Ooodrioh oos snan4at of the New York navy yard and MUsfclpnan Faulkner OoMwalta and John T Cruse were operatlm the ekfbtlnob tune WATER POURED FROM CLOUDS Damage Estimated at Half a Million Dollars Leaveaworth Kan July 16Awaterspout caused damage within a radius of 15 miles eat of Laaveaworth estimated at TCOOOO Nearly six lashes of rain fell At latan Mo several hundred bead of cattle were drowned and hundreds of acres of wheat were wished to the Mlssorl river All railroads report trades out and traffic demoralised The Missouri river Is rising rapidly and persons living In the bottoms aro taking their steak and belongings to the hUls Fatal Spot Union S Co July IGWade Kooker of Buffalo S c IS years old the son of Rev It B Hooker a wellknown Baptist preacher and writer was drowned while attempting to swim In the pond at Clifton Mills A similar fate befell another young son of Air looker about the same place seven years ago Bomb Exploded Constantinople July IGA bomb was exploded at YelnKeln a suburb of this city where the summery quar tore of the American embassy are lo catod All the window of tho embassy were broken and four girls were Injured but none of those Injured was connected with the embassy No cause for the act Is assigned Flood Feared Union S C July IGWade Hooker 60 families have moved from tho bot toms district of Des Molnos to higher ground The Dos Moines river Is high er than It has been since 1003 whoa hundreds of families were driven from their homes Rattled the Dishes Paris Tex July 30A perceptible oarth shock at midnight rattled the dishes in the houses Cheap Postage a Failure Paris July 16The reduction of lot tot postage from two to three cents ha caused a oRM of J4457280 besides the Increased cost of 871720 for open atlng The Increase of business was loss than 10 per cent Tho low rats zany bo dlcontlnued To Bar Cigarettes Montgomery Ala July 16Thul- iouso temperance committee has fa vorably d bill to prohibit tht sale bf cigarettes In the statn The dame bill wee recently tdvised In tat senate AS SEEN DY ENGLISHWOMAN Rhapsody on American Scenery Aston ished Mrs Jonathan When you have seen the Golden Onto you will wonder at the difference between Turkey and California Hut keep moving poor Mrs Jonathan was getting awfully tlredand go north now past Shasta and Hood and Itanler and their lesser satellites of snowy peeks to Seattle a city sitting on more hills than Homo ever know and take a steamer for the Inside pas sago to Skagway There you will find a now land of tho Midnight Sun with fiords no loss grand and gloomy or turn from tho shadows to tho sunlight and stop In southern California You have seen tho Riviera Yes Mrs John didnt give Mrs Jonathan time to even nod an affirmation but was go- Ing again You will soc a fresher and liner ono there And you will hear tho old old mission bells ringing In the now Such flowers such scenery such fruits such sunshine such but pardon mo I promised not to rhap sodize didnt IT Turn eastward now going through tho Mojave desert stop ping on tho way to stare and stagger before tho awful magnificence of tho Grand canyon I told you of and to see tho petrified forest as a reminder of ruins older than Baalboo and Babylon At New Orleans a little southern Paris take a steamer up tho Mississ ippi though down It Is quicker for n thousand mites through the land of cotton and tho cane thenco Into the Ohio and for another thousand sail through a picturesque valley to Pitts burg whore tho Iron works and monoy make Titian and Vulcan and Tubal Cain look like 30 cents as you Amen cans say Then there are tho coal Holds of Pennsylvania the gold fields of tho far west tho great plains that seem to have no end elites that have risen In a night to wealth and power colleges whose buildings aro sermons In stone mop and women who In science and art and literature Mrs Jonathan took a long lone breathGood gracious she exclaimed Id bo dead before I had done all that Outing Gray Horses In Maine After a disquisition on the value of gray horses as compared with horses of other colors the Parkhurat writer sagely notes You nay change a farmer1 religion or polities make him think he Is rich and handsome coax his wife to run away with you or sell him a dog but yow will never make him think a gray hone is set a Jewel I read somewhere recently that gray boYnes were not up to tho standard or words to that effect I never was so astonished In my life I have always thought sod do now that gray or white horees were the handsomest toughest breeds on the ptaaet TIM celebrated Arabian bosses are white or dapple gray KnmwM tea eels In all wars nave rkMea wblte or Iron gray chargers elm men select gray horses to draw the bandwagon In street tirades A great packing company always selects Per oheron horses not so meek for the color but because their feet wilt stand traveling on the pavement bet ter than any draft breed It Is said that Joan of Arc rode a milk white horse and SL John the revelator mw a white horse In heaven llev 6 2 Half of the draft lorsas In Arooetook are white or gray and an other decode will see 90 per cent of them of that color Lovrlsion Me Journal Buys a Motor Car as He Buys a Hat Its nice to bo able to buy ar t auto mobile as you would a bat Same pea pie will toll you that It Is InipotMlblct that there aro none ready for mime dlato delivery Yet according to first rate authority an American In Purls walked into an agency and looked about him with the following result Thats a wellappearing Mercedes 45horso power1 Yos sir- Whats the price Thirtyfive thousand franoa Good machine Works wollr Yes sir- Accept my check for It Yes sir Sure Its a real good Mercedes None better Very well Ill tako It Ill make out tho check now And ho did Faithful to the End The flames crackled ominously tho water bubbled In the great pot and seated In the shade of a palm tho naked savages began to sharpen their cruel knives Is there no hope murmured the doomed commercial traveler None hissed tho ebon chief Then said tho young man point Ing to his samplo rasa If you aro de termined to eat me at least Jet mo ask you as a last favor to try our brand of mustard with tho feast I nra convinced that ono trial will soy cure us your permanent patronage and t- Jut strong arms seized him hero there was a splash and all was over Method In Their Mud The Farmer Stuck In tho mud hey lope yo git out all right but I want to toll yo right now that we have poorer roads In this hero county than In any sovon states Tho motorist sarcastleallyYou certainly ought to bo proud of them Tho farmer An you bot wo aro Aytymobllbs are almost as scarce as yeller fovor iHuskcotora round these artspuek WLrrrwflrrnrruWltJUJunrurrLW tr MY BROTHERS KEEPER How One Little Girl Exerted a Strong Influence for Good Have you received the Invitation to my Ixlrlyr- Yes tho postman brought It this noon They are very pretty Invita i tlons but what do those two queer looking letters In tho corner moan That Is my secret for tho girls to gibes but If you will promise never to tellnot even ono slrlI will toll you Promised now tell mo what T P stands for It means Temperance Party lam not going to have anything to drink or oat that line ncahol In Itl And you have invited Cora Brown Annlo Clifton and Barbara Hose you know every one of those girls have wino on tholr tables ovory day What will thoy think of a party without wine or punch They need not come again If they do not enjoy this ono but I think there Is no danger of thou not enJoY- Ing themselves at my T P party I am going to have the most delicious lemonade made of oranges lemons pineapple and opolllnarls water far hotter than wine or punch I Anyway I have made up my mind I shall never ns long as I live have anything at my parties that may harm others No brandlod candles or cake I suppose will be allowed No Indeed mother Is going to I make part of the candy and cake and we hall buy only those kinds which wo know are free from liquors The caterer has boon warned and he Is to uio frost strawberries in making tho cream Then we are to have the dear Mt little cakes Iced with white my own Initials on tho tot of andI i red candy leU1 can hardly for the day to oomo- Ilwt I do not see what harm thorn week bo In having imaeh or even older There Is alcohol In them And mother says when you drink aleahel It creates a thirst use It burns up Ihojliquids In the body and more aleobol Is demanded sad the habit ef drink ing Is easily formed I believe yea are right In refusing to have any harmful drink It anyomi were to learn to drink at your Irtylint they never will for they never will hays tile cbanee I have deter mined sever to nee as a beverage anything that contains aleobol and that I win never place It before others Mother toW me about a boy who went to a party where they had wine hu had never UNIted It before bet ho liked It so much tie drank It every chant he bad till be became a drunkard How turn the girl who gave him that first glass at her birthday party over forgive benoU Jot this other day I heard a ywwg lady uk a young man to smoke That in another thug I am never going to do whoa I am grown up to ask a man to smoke or eiMwrago hire to do so Mother says wt are our brothers keeper that the things wo do and say lead others In the wrong or right way I mean that mjr T P shall Nil those who attend In the right way liy the way you did not tell me what fevers you are going to have to That Is knother part of my secret premise net to tellNever H word I am going to have white ribbon budges with u tiny sliver flln In each for all those who will promise not to xso wino older punch or any alco hollo drink when they give tholr parties Suppose they aro not all willing to take that pledger Oh I have some red ribbon badges for all who will not take the white but I hope nil will wish tho white I promlso you I will never use any thing that will load another astray at my parties Why can wo not form n society and call It The White RibbonctBand I And for our motto I Am My Broth ors Keeper Let us do It at the par J tIElbertino Hobertson In Presbyterian Temperance Tract j- I National Purity Congress The National Purity congress Is to bo held In Battle Crook Mich October 31 to November 6 1907 This confer once is called by and will be hold un der tho auspices of tho National Purity federation an association formed by tho leaders In purity reform through out the United States for tho purpose of securing the cooperation In n na tlonal Bonito of all societies national state and local that arc striving to promote purity In tho life of the Indi vidual and In social relations and of inaugurating such an aggressive united forward movement as shall arouse the conscience of our people to the lawful facts relative to organized vice and tho deeds of Its promoters and riBsuro to nil a high standard of morality and a right knowledge of tho pure life Good and Bad Whisky The boat American whisky contains an average of 43 per cent of alcohol tho cheaper grades on average of 35 per cent Tho common whisky Is I therefore loss harmful than tho expen live kind Tho strongest of all nIce holic drinks is rum which is 40 to 80 percent alcohol and of which there worn produced In tlu UnltedBtates la 1905 1791987 gallons r ewrM +e= e N o= 6N 1 Ir It Makes You Warm t To go into n drug store and have the If clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD M Whet you t rnakod for dont blame you Thats t i Sylry vof parry such n tremendous t stock justfto have what you want t 1iT dye do J1ot have what you V v- AWiffQ wanttT always glnd to get it for 1 The one thing that we do not have GOODtxI Dont Believe inIti The Porter Drug Co IAa4AreuJTan- o eoaoeaeaoraea 0+ fDII0aaOOIlOOOOlloaOOQooooooooiNt i Berea and Vicinity g 0 or e0 It J OATH8RED FROM A VARIETY O1 SOURCES o o so0 0 00ioeoioiaiaeoiaaloioiatsoioi Tako Notice irffce OoftreftUo Ctaa will meet this k Friday alght st 7M at Mr Bitriyti heoi Acv C I MUMr wilt Wad ite searS with a I i i talk iD Peep to reJeMlsMfc ryr In cleat Fioxi will prdiehas Millory pr HISI Monday rvfii Inqat 9 Mi E i Srulo and cWMron have n turned ni n vlHlt with Mr BvMe In KnotrM i 1iiiti 1Jo 1 0n i who hM Ira ilck fur tome 11111 It able t IA out iKuin a W IIlri and Caailly Kannl iuw dn II It JarkJOB and family l Milled Mi Muck m 811111 Sun 4ayShan Cl ii aArt If ii iiilinr her r notice s r uncle 0 A tin Marta lnnu la 1KyCh VKlf testes Tiln weekp- Mt Iwr Horde iut where he R M hs ac- pyt the P Inn of caalir nf th- bank e r The Bi i 111 Siuilay nclM o pupil art inuiasr Jinx a plcul iiivt Sat dayslllr G A Suart of Willlr ups In- iltewa lofhuradAy Mr WnB ivfter of UiMKvllle ud Mpi Itaml Park of Richmond e mMTti l lnt TtwMav night at tha botueot Mr and MIL J J Mran nextau Ray ah4a Stout official inc Mm WallIIlId daughtr Mnrsaret returned Uoi 4a 1 Nr a fuw la a vIii tt with dolls in Iexlnflon Misses 41111 and Sa ah fl wet ara vtelltg1s Everett iua nt aatdwelf tkk x k Mr Fraak I iMuKood ratamad Tae I day from bto Vration- J4 L Aaibraaa who bits baaa wortc HInR at laM UarMtadt for eeveml dye VAN hoot the ttftk 9t the week Mr nafiart tkks little girl Dalaj him a ean otiMNtaHa Key Lit Itownnl A Jctfr tied to a place of red whit and blue ribbon was lest uomewber about town a few days RIO Finder plcaaa leave at Cttheff office and to reuanJKI ions for Rent J I Call on G D HolUday at tho A Boroa Bank and Trust Company I 4t3tn J My Hair is ExtraLong Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then It will stop falling and will crow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor Is the only hairfood you can buy For 00 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Sty haIr ned tn henry abort lint attar- using Aftft slate Vlwir a time It began to now now It l fouitwn Incnei long TI mtwithoulnrheirMaaJItEIF n 1wIduruluyringstolo Ma4 Zlfit e0A7r00LowellAlso Iil ers S4RSAPAIUUA PILLS f CIIERRY PectORAL r s vvgWWWWWWWWWW1 I bat Important change In his arraRP1 maata Intcad of aeUllNC for board sad pay tar labor done by IIttldeRtII by the MOBth ki will Nweafter aattle bf the half tannmila make ofee las dip of cttloment saving UU Uaw end Uw Hair oMha student And tht mean that on the opening day etu dente must pay for half a arm a boanl ti week lu the tall Instead of five wttka board Sve College ad vertlBtiiifiit In another column Irntli of Mr ainttlm MarimoHt Martha Wnrnarut wife of John A Warnucut passed away In Inwood la cUdDon July 14th and was bnrtvd them on July 16th She was sixty tour yiarv old and her husband and all of h r nine children rv rllI Mrs Salll VaOKhn who Urea nvnr Ii rea were at IMT UdBlde whoa she died She wad burn and raiaed Jn iTali Orchard Ky and llvrd In Madt on ronnly near WaliaotiMi from the Jluitf of hr mar riaf until tQ yearn ago when rbe moT to Indiana She has been a raltliful nrinlcr of tb Ilaptlst churclt inoai of her lite and paaaad Into t new life with a strong faith and hope OrandIcJiIllva lu Vallacvton TWO METHODS OF BUSINESS One Contpcuout Success and the Oth or a Complete Failure IA ffw vfirs aso the proprietor of I sea ale company In New Eng which hu several branch fao tone In rartoai parts of America al together employing alllled workmen by the t awnad celled at the offlei of a forwarding Sum In New York one of whow partners Is a European and asked that they suggest the pro ar way to Introducv hit ftlea in 1 rope This foolery make 7000 varl attaa of mat and a fraat ra u tAt throngljont Uta aehaaim world of A ariaa the spat aatect ad was a Bwopean who had beat t8et was aat who woo familiar with UM treat portunltlea In tad IJ tiropo U went from one mane otlulag taw In the old world to another and t demonstrate the superior quaUty the American Implement took iliallei Huropean tools and flied right throuRk thorn to the nitonlRhmont of fuels mechanic and factory o vnats Or dens boicnn togo totAmorlou by oabto says a writer In Appletons MBRKiltta It was ndt long before otto raquoa reached NeW England from Herman for 100000 doien A good aalosmai and superior goods had donetkr work Tito salary of tho agent wm raised to ISOOOO a year and expense s and tho American file today Is fur thering tho constructive work of over1 mechanical center In Kuropo Con trust that masterful record with th fiasco of tho AmeriCAn who spon 2000 to Introduco corn medicine dot Japan only to dlsoovor that thp mu tltudea of that omplro wear no shoo and consequently havo no corns i Wine Without Grapes The Bavarian wlnomaker who fabri catod 55000 gallons of wIno In one year by moans of chemicals without a drop of grapo junco Is one of ninny similarly engaged who deserve the punishment ot Imprisonment and flue which he alone gets Within seven years 300 tons of glycerin have been used by this dealer It seems making wino besides citric and tartaric acids No wonder that with such a beverage the bibulous bavarian gets extremely cfOXpJoB1Jon r t ooicioteoioioioioioioioloi o e 0 College Items Ie 0 eet HERE AND THERE o- OS o oioioloioioioios0iOSO505 All the college buildings havo boon put In thorough repair and several of the wooden buildings repainted In preparation for the owning of the tall term Sept 11 Students remaining In Bona for tho summer have novor been so well oft as tills your There has been good board steady work pleasant company Letters rotn hundreds of students show that they have hat about onoug vacation and are looking forward with pleasure to tho opening of the fall term Mr II W Short a former student at Berea has just Buoeoaefully passed tlio tuRehBrs examination anti will open ifihool on July Uad at Spring Creek ICf Ha oxpecte to return to Den for the winter and spring term air and Mrs 9eale raturnad Nat Saturday from Knoxvnie Tenn where Mr Seal lies been doing state special work He obtained the degree 31 A from UU college In Osftml Ohio for work In Sociology tills aummer Dr A a Thomson te Wed for rwhereWabeter North Academy at Toe burs JII Ulai Lillian n Maupln a former Baraa nosiest la teaching oil Cmnkfe Creek Ilarlau county Icy and It ttperlntandeat of Ute Sundny school whisk WM orgaRtaad tIter on July HUu Hav rta Indicate that she wJl11 ehOOJIteaeJPrat MHee B Marah A M to do tag apodal work In htatory aUIarvar Unlveralty this amiss sea twine the opportHHlLy to Visit Oatabrldfa Les iHKUw IlfHioalh and other hletorto atlea arovad the old Cradle of Liberty lie will bring back a vary Interacting lot af facto and atwedotaa far his elaaeea next tall Ills addraaa i- eN107 Cambridge street Cambridge MaaaMr Bdward lingers Ktnbrae a for mer Dens student and a grandaon of Father Fee was married July 16th to Miss Kate Scott of New listen Conn We wish Iola all good things Prof John n Jackson a graduate of Berea College claaa of 74 has boon appointed Principal ot the Kentucky State Normal School for Colored Peo pie at Frankfort Prot Jackson is a scholarly man of high character and good ability and wo believe this ap I pointment will be for the best Interest of tbe colored people In the state brotherIsumI1emar and find their Berea training is a great help Miss Frenger ie working as- a stenographer and Herman Frengar in the University Library at Seattle Washington where his parents reside Hurrah for Forrlstown We CIO Itulate the people of Fer rietown A little ow two yeare ago the col ored people of Ferrtatown were wor shipping In the achooUMMue that was too small to accommodate their large gatberlnga The people decided to arise anti build and now tty have one ot the beat church houses outside of peur town In the county During the past two years they have raised one thousdnd dollars fjir their building Laat Sunday thejr Hall n l eolal rally day to raise mOl1rtoPY off the few debts they itlll owed Tim meeting was a success financially under the wise leadership of Rev Wm Ferris iiopMundy and S Watts They rained JW8O A great deal of tiio euoeeo untiringjChrist of Mr Ferris HEIGHT OF THE CLOUDS Measurement Shows They Are from One to Six Miles Away When the Illuminator teats of the new hlghpraasura fountain In the Scbwartsenbergplatx Vienna wore made a remarkable cone of light was observed appearing nil though pro jected by a searchlight says the Lon don Poet When this beam of light toll on a cloud an axeaadlngly bright spot appeared In the heavens Dr ohlthe bright spot mado with the horizon had tho happy thought of using It to determine the height of tho clouds A slmplo geometrical calculation per lulls of this anti front a number of observations cloud heights were deduced ranging from JCBO to 10070 meters or from ono to six miles an proxlmatoly A peculiar fact was that sometimes during weather that was apparently perfectly clear a bright spot would appear in the projection of tho beam of light showing tho pros once of a stratum of flue vnpor ordinarily visible with difficulty or entirely invisible Ori one occasion this vapor stratum provod to bo more than six and a halt nines high HINT FOR DOOK LENDERS Woman WhlctHuA book borrowers album Is tho do vlco which n woman who has a fins library has employed In order that she may keep track of her books and that her friends may not bo dalln d81lillteilfrom pleased in punching her friondi up for their return Now when i friend asks the loan of a book she ac requeststhehis or her namo and the date on which the book Is borrowed On ro turning It the borrower Is asked tc comment on tho book and Initial It This album always Is kept In a con SBlcnous place In tho drawing room where visitors are likely to pick It ui and glance It through learning who li Dot prompt In returning books The result Js that this woman now has hot books returned promptly as tho bor rowers know they will be convicted In Theytakedoes not have to prod them for the return of the books and she has no album which la valuable to hems ooc taming the comments of her friondi on the treasures in her library ANSWER WAS A STINGER Cruel Rejoinder to Question of Im passioned Woman A Detroit woman said of tho late pin Ru cell A Algae In company With a half doses other women a tMmmtUee In tautI once waited on Gen Alger to try and Interest him In woman suffrage He was Interested He admitted Ute truth of many of our arguments Out in the matter of supporting us be would not go as far as we wanted him to go One of our ladles got I am afraid a little over melted In her address to the general she Impaled to woman more virtuesI than any aaaroly human creature could possess At the height of ber eloquence pea Algor chjKkllitg In I terrupted bar lIe said he had once attended a woman sutfrage meeting where the lady Mower on the platform had boasted about woman as this lady was doing The lecturer ho said ended a striking climax with the Question Whore would man bo It it had not been for woman f She looked around the crowded hall The silence was intense She raised her hand and cried again Impressively I repeat where would man be if it had not been for woman Then a ooftraa voles from the rear replied In Paradise maam IS A REllC OF THE PAS Blind Veteran of the Palmy Days of the Circus It Is not often that one may ban his dinner cooked by a woman who can at the same time give remlnls eeneaa of the stage dating back for half a century She who poeeeeses this remarkable memory ie the pro prietor of an inn of odd construction which Is not far from Greenwood Lake In New Jersey She has been Identi fied with practically every phase not only of the stage but of the circus She ic sow blind bat her mind is so Oiled with images of the put that she Is never depressed She remembers P T Itanium James A Bailey and all the oldtime kings of the tontod field for in her younger day she was a performer In the ring The palmy days of mlnatrelay she can talk about for the bur recalling anecdotes of Wamboid and Backus and old Billy Emerson Then by a quick treaaitioe the will go to the clranjn and talk entertainingly of Florence and Jeffer son and the oldor Sotbarn In the meantime sho Is busy about tho de laUlof the djnner aad Is carrying OB the oouplloAled operations as easily as though her sight was as keen and strong as It way Jn the days of her tri umphs of ring and stage GUARDING A GREAT HEIRESS Unfortunate Girl of Wealth Never AI lowed Out Alone They do say that an American heir see of wall known name Is ndVor bl any chance nllowedout of sight of out or more responsible persons who ac in tho capacity of a body guard 01 secret sjirvtca men Tho luckless gin can never mbvo outside the domlclli for a run In tho park pr a trip dowt tho avonuo or pay a visit to anothot girl unless accompanied not morel chaperoned Chaperones do not gout nowadays And whereforo thesq pro cautions Slrsply became madomol sale is such ad heiress elm is a quarrj for fortune hunters and a recognlMi class of conspirators who sUck a nothing In tholr social brigandage Formerly it was tho detrimental whom mamma feared now It Is t much bolder schemer that may swooj down any moment and carry oft tin dove of millions Funny Is It not tha such a state of things should havo do vclopcd In America Boston Herald Easy But do you think said Manager Fiasco that you can stand too oner ous duties of tho villains ruler You must remember that you havo to bo kicked from a thirdstory window that In thfd fire scene the whiskers are burntottopr taco and In Oho final climax you are first beaten a pulp and then thrown Into a caldron bf hOlhncqllt The applicant smiledAfl that 111be childs play to rad sir lor llftdt1 once paraded with tho Orangemen on St Patricks day t 1 OOTO+o+O+o+03 o+o+0i+O +o 14oa o+o+o+o +o+b+o o+c+o4co 0 THE WEALTH OF AF o Ioi Depends on the Thrift of Its People f and the f Joo Is the Natural and Safe Depository for That Wealth +o 0 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS to r 9 o I t 00+ i Berea NationalBank Io e- o S E WELCH Frosldont J L GAY Cashier c 01 o+o 1O +o+O +o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+od o+o+o+off rI a0+o+o+010 +o+o+o+o+oho +o+oo+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+od 0- o Ii If You Are Looking For + I8argains 1- Youi must Not Pass This Store 00+o 0 t A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves lo etc at Bargain Prices f2 In lions Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work o Shirts Oroiballs Gloves Suspenders JJntlerwear Half hose Hator 1 t Collars Ties etc 2 1 Also some Extra values in o r Suits I o 0 f t We sell Groceries Tinware and + pay top prices for ProduceoYours for Business O o IMfoyes Cash Store 1 t r tf Berea Ky rtQ +O iO+O+O+O+OO+O+O+O+O +0O+O+O+O+O+O O+OOO+O+O+O 51Ai4RAA71A7lAlillAAAAStIOAlAltRRAi1Gki1iSfitStrt31kA1rt31 t7tarSl5rit5tk 3o arf AiA NEW STORE IN BEREA i r A Aro you looking for high grade food materials f The best are v t nono too good Why buy cheap nnd often impure groceries We J JI are opening up a now Grocery Store with a great variety of goods V A nnd will keep us complete a line as possible of fancy groceriesthe j- v best goods obtainable for the price Wo aro distributors for tho jj a wellknown BakerS Hall Steer Cut Coffeethe best zf ratStoolt tIYou will findn sA0 ware but you will get a square deal when you tome toiHARRISI I t Phone 1O Brannaman BJdg t J Agent for Navon Laundry MAIN ST- Qrrrrrrtr 1P tiSkrtr4r +trtrkKKr tttaakAkAitnkSlttkkA7sSlltStkltAiI 3 12 SETTLED BY THE WAITER All Doubt About the Pineapple Forever Set at Rest William C Whitney Jr who has spout a year In Indian Territory learn ing practical mining at Quapaw do ate dinner party In Now York scrod restaurant At this restaurant ono evening ho said at his descriptions end two miners near me got Into a botanical argument about tho pineapple one claiming that It was a fruit and tho other that It was a vegetable In the midst of tholr argumont the walter entered In his IhlrUleoves And looked about to see what was tho cause of tho loud talking Tho minors decided to let the watt or settle their argument and accord ingly one of them said Pete what Is a pineapple In It a fruit or a vegetable Tho waiter flicking the ashes from his cigar smiled at the two men with pity yila nelthor genU he said Ita u extra I Eclipsed JOip stranger from the east was sur prmrdPLWh hnexclainhed as lie stopped from the train in the South Dakota settlement the Indians around hero look ns wlm and peaceful as school children on a picnic I thought they considered themselves bad Walt Ill toll you Pard drawled Amber Pete they used to consider themselves bad but slues they havo had a peok at some of the paleface folks In tv divorce colony they have taken a back sent f Lter u rMMERIS THE DULL SEASON IN BEREA but Logsdons Store is always hustling V Here are some of the reasons v I Sugar Flour 7 stfc 50 I Meal v r 75 Want all the blackberries I can geteW D LOGSDQN Cor Main and Prospoct Sts t yl to Money In Bogus PenniesIStrangely enough tho most profit able coins to counterfeit are pennies because for an expenditure of 18 cents 100 of them can bo made which leaves a profit of 82 cents on the dollar The chief dlOJciilty Is In getting thdrn into circulation It also takes experttork manshlp to make these pennies be cause they must be mado with a die The best counterfeiters pay most ot their attention to the making of quay ters half dollars and dollars With silver at GO cents an ounce a counter fetter can uinko five quarters front every ounce quarters that ring true and have every appearance of tho real thingNow York World t a- r J t JI r The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Fublithcd every Thursday at Dues tty BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year I aSix Months 6t Three Month A mdonqOrdercent stamps towhatdatechanced within three weeks after renewal notify lit- Mlulnr numbers will be gladly supplied U w arc notified Fine Iremtoml given for new subscrlpdone and prompt renewals lteud for List Liberal tenna given to any who obtalna new subscription for us Any one sending ua four yearly subscriptions can receive The lice for one year Advertising rates on application I xzverx or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION If you would overcome worry sing all tho time advises Dr Austin Flint Which Is merely a revised version of Let the other fellow worry Evidently the New Jersey man who swam ashore and left tho girl to drown was thinking more of his own carcass than of tho possibility of win nlng a Carnegie medal The Chicagoan who gave his wife half his property on condition that she treat him affectionately has learned that the way to rule a woman is to give her what she wants Savages In silks and satins some times sit In church seats on the Sabbath says the Rev Dr C P Good son Out If the effort Js to convert the heathen why object An English noblewoman sneeringly declares that American girls dont know anything about horses This play be true In a measure but we may proudly reply that American girls know a lot about sparking plugs and carburetors Lady Arthur Grosvenor slsterln law of the duke of Westminster the richest duke in England Is traveling over that country in a wagon dis guised as a gypsy She intends to write a book about her experiences From which it seems that the privilege of associating with a duke a lot of money does not prevent British high life from being dreadly dull Now Is the time when all those who play or work about the water should study the rules for restoring persons apparently drowned Tho rules pre pared for tho United States life sav ing service direct that the efforts to produce natural breathing should be continued for from one to four hours No mother would think that even five hours was too long to spend It In tho end her apparently drowned child opened Its eves and breathed again lItMr Wright he of Dayton Inventor of an airship is right some of us may be able to fly before we can afford automobiles remarks the In dianapolis Star He says With a proper soaring machine which can be made for less than 500 and with perfect control I believe a man could hover over a ship like a gull all day without any fatigue provided tho wind were right He adds that after once flying there is no Inclination to turn to anything else Will Mr Wright please hurry up his 500 machines John Nicholas Drown who is com monly mentioned as the ten rntillon dollar baby by the New York papers Is now ten years old and rebels against having the dollar attached to him The youngster Is quoted as say log to his playmates Quit calling me that will youl Im just a plain kid like you I want to get out and play ball and have a good time he went on these old nurses chasing me around make me tired Im going to kick about it and get rid of them This Indicates that something worth while is to be expected of young Drown The favorable impression which Japanese make upon people of other nations Is largely due to their cour tesy good manners and the taste they display in doing the most ordinaryS things When the crews of the Jap anese warships which lately visited New York were allowed shore liberty they had their choice between spend I ing the day on the Dowery tho delight of every sailors heart and visiting 0 Grants tomb They went to tho tomb Is thero any other nation the sailors of which would use their shore leave in paying their respects to a national hero of the people they were visiting Queen Marie Amalie of Portugal by 4 her generous devotion to the cause of suffering her foundation endowment and rupervlslon of Innumerable hospitals and philanthropic Institutions her study of medicine In which she now holds the diploma of a fullfledged physician in order to enable her to understand more thoroughly the needs and requirements of the sick and her exemplary private life should have endeared her to tho people of 11heradopted country Dut the contrary is the case Instead she has reaped nothing but abuse and animosity 1J1uilure nf ttxt fflljurrlj attlui QHjurrlf tkipli By REV DR C P GOODSON Ct Louis =The church is a failure Whatever may bo said in regard to the great work of the church which has been mighty in the making of our splendid civilization and without which there would be no social foundation and life it must be admitted that the church of today and in the past is a failure Too many people too many church members are engaging in sports and aro found in places of amuse ment that are perilous The theater may be a source of legitimate entertainment but everybody knows that it more frequently appeals to vulgar impulso and animal- ism rather than being an exhibition of real art Pros entday gambling universally prevalent is one of the greatest perils to our social integrity College students bet on their sports clorks play tho- races business men of all classes buy stocks on tho margin husbands piny poker and wives play bridge Besides these evidences of failure there is dissension and strife in the church itself Not onlnre there too many different denominations with their nonessential differences and consequently poorly equipped plants inadequate to tho demands of the hour but it is tho exception to find a churchwhich is free from divisions and strifes in tho local organizations There needs a now social life in tho church Man hungers for fellow ship Hence the fraternal federations formed throughout tho country But all social interests sympathy and energy should be directed to holier uses than the beer garden on Sunday afternoon All men need to know Christ to whom all life is sacred Ho walked among men the humble tho lowly men while on earth to help them and ho walks among them today It is not denunciation wo need but development The churchs mission is to teach religion It cannot be the competitor of tho cheap theater but it can create desires for holier hungers There must be a now regard for ones moral code No Christian can have a Sunday or church creed a home creed and a downtown code He cannot be one kind of a man as a churchmqn and another as a director in his corporation If in these things the men and women who are in our churches will cooperate the day is not distant when the sick will be healed tho poor evangelized the hungry fed men will cease to regard life cheaper than dividends and they will be found protecting workingmon from the deadly machinery children from the death of factories and their competitors from starvation They will realize that its no use to starve orphans to endow educational institutions for there will be no childron to educate if methods of the irreligious are to have sway Because mon grow rich Umllctnj of Tqttrttydlshonostly social curtain science dote t1tttwould say that all must 01 2J fare alike Because genius is often selfish and blind WHITEthese doe tors w o u l dBy WILLIAM ALLEN strangle talent and because strength of character sometimes makes men oppressors of their fellows these social theorists would make all men mediocre There is no fallacy in the world todayso vicious because to the weak it seems so plausible as the notion that tho kingdom of heaven may be ordained on this earth by putting all men through a common state regu lated mold paring off the overlapping of tho great and puffing time small up to the standard size by law If a mean line a taste for business he should be allowed to trade to his hearts content providing that he trade honestly keeping water out of his stocks and usury out of his transactions The growth of this world requires commerce as much as it requires religion If a man desires to be an inventor or painter a scientist or a tightrow walker it is his concern He should be allowed to specialize if a man De sires to let his soul go and go into the world telling of time joy of itthat should be his privilege He should not have to shovel dirt nor thresh grain part of the time for the right to live The right to save this year and spend next the right to store up the energy of youth and manhood into the capital for advancing years should be denied no one The only restric tion which the state should put on that capital should be that it may not be used to oppress tho society that allowed the accumulation of capital There must always be the man with ten talents and the man withone talent And tile business of the state should be to so adjust the relations between thorn that the man with the ten talents shall not deal unfairly with the man with one But to wipe out the distinctions between tho two by making each a man of five talentsthat is folly and the right sort of education should keep men from such folly There should be peace on earth and there must be good will among men But men must grow spiritually before that order may be established law may not establish it Time Social ist has the cart before tile horse We must grow up in fairness to one another must in kindness to one another must grow to respect one anothers rightsthe rich to respect time rights of tho poor and equally the poor the rights of the richbefore the spirit of the golden rule may bo put upon the statute books There was n time when ItwasUiHUneetUtuWhat is truth Once city merchants wordI By REV FATHER VAUGHAN S JaNoted Eniiish Divine was Ins bondn schoolboys word of honor as binding as asacred oath Nowadays we are told that truth is entirely a subjective matter To manysociety women truth is what they like or what is expedient Some indeed only tell the truth when they have nothing else m ready These phrases not at home yours sincerely you are very welcome I I do not think anybody to day is deceived by such statements I do not denounce what arc called white lies I denounce lies that are black And all lies that are lies are black lies All un truths whether they deceive or not debase and belittle the character of tho one speaking the untruthand create an unwholesome atmosphere whose influence annot but be harmful to others WALLS OF A LANDMARK FAll ON A LOW STORE BURYING f SCORE OF PERSONS Rescuers Are Dalked By the Heavy Debrlt Nino Known To Be Dead Many Injured London Ont July 17Nlao pot eons ore known to hnvo been killed two aro missing and five aro sorlouslj injured as tho result of a building col lapsing on Dundaa street Tho dead W T Hamilton clothing merchant Frank Smith manager of Drowsier tore Archie McCallum photograph cr Miss Clara Mulllns William Tom blln Edward Howett Sirs DJward Howctt Joseph Long unidentified man The missing John Robinson merchant Mr Lone of Hamilton Long ICoThe Injured are John Lone frac tured skull and two men and a woman who are suffering from broken limbs Tho rescue parties will work on the ruins all night All tho Imprisoned ones who cmild be communicated with have been released The building that collapsed was Crystal hall a landmark of this city The walls foil upon Drowsier Five and Ten Cont Store a low structure adjoining It on tho east completely hurrying It The stores of Hamilton Long Co and W J Rood Co on the first floor of Crystal hall were filled with wrook agoThe building was being remodeled A number of old supports had boon taken out and Iron girders hart boon placed A crash came shortly after 6 oclock whoa all throe stores wore filled with customers It seems that tho front wall of Crystal ball fell out into tho street An Instant later tho out wall fell on the Browster store As tho front wall fell a woman walking on tho sidewalk was Bwallpwed up in tho wreckage Cries were hoard from tho wreckage Li tho Brewster store and a rescue party located three girls In an adjoin ink cellar imprisoned by wreckage They said they were not Injured Five other girls can bo communicated with but they are too frightened to say If any of their number Is injured The pile of ruins scorns impregnable oDd though tho rescuers worked with frenzy they will be hours releasing any who may be In tho thick of it Shortly after 5 oclock Goorgo Fintallea was taken out slightly injured Tho body of Archie McCallum a photographer was taken out later W T Hamilton was taken out terribly Injured A woman was located in the rear of the store with a baby in her arms but neither was injured John Ijnoy was taken out of tho ruins with n fractured skull and Internal Injuries It is thought ho oan not live FORTY INJURED rWhen L Cars Collided Front of One Telescoped Rear of Another Now York July 17A southbound Third avenue elevated train crashed Into the rear of a train standing at tho platform of tho 104th street station and 40 persons wore injured two of whom may die The front car of the moving train telescoped the rear oar of the other When the collision occurred the passengers were thrown out of their seats all the windows of both trains were smashed and the framework of the front car of tho onrushing train nail the rear car of the standing one was almost completely wrecked Clarence Louis aged 22 was caught between two platforms and his legs nearly severed Another mat received probably fatal Internal injuries It Is said that tho crowd obscured the motormans view and he failed to tot brakes In time to avoid accident Big Blaze In Texas Chllllcothe Tex July 17Fire de strayed a business block with a total loss of 1150000 and light insurance The heaviest losers are 0 lL Jones A Co hardware J N Fain drugstore Den F Griffin drugstore J L Watson hotel A L Howaid fc Co gro cere the J F Bryan Hotel and Chilli cothe Lumber Co Deaths InPlttiburg- PHUrburg Pa July 17A dozen ot more deaths and many prostrations 00 curred here Tuesday from tho beat The maximum temperature rwflstcre was 87 degrees Lynched Oklahoma City Okla July 17 Frank Bailey a negro was lynched bj a mob at a small town 75 or 80 miles northeast of here for assaulting trail road man Killed By a Horse Omaha Nob July 17 Arthur WH non n famous Wyoming cowboy and bronco buster was killed by an out law horse after a desperate battle Frisco Post Office Robbed San Francisco July 17 Burglars broke into tho post once at South Sao Francisco and secured 1800 in stamps and money The robbers escaped Home Partly Wrecked Philadelphia July 17Tho dwelltni of Luclo Grenoldl an Italian was partially wrecked by an explosion of t bomb Qrcnoldl received recently foul letters signed Black Hand and mak lag demands for money No one was injured In the explosion Barred By Texas Houston Tex July 17Th WJlllaa M Brumby state health officer wbc is here says the governor will shortly issUe a proclamation de daring tuberculosft a contagious dla case nnnnnnnnnnnnBOUNCING BALL ON AIR Peculiar Motions of Trick Ball and the Explanation You will say this Is Impossible for how can a ball bounce unless it has something to strike against thus civ Ing It tho required Impact to develop a reboundYet you throw this particular ball through tho air It will describe the series of bounces shown In Fig 1 much to tho astonishment of the porson It Is thrown at Perhaps he prides himself especially on his catch ing ability but his pride will surely go before a fall when ho tries to judge this erratic ball for It Is most difficult to catch and will fool nine good catchers out of ton After you have had some fun pus zling your friend In this manner there Is another way to got amusement out of the trick ball Provide yourself with on ordinary ball resembling It handing tho trick ball to tho other chap whom you now Invite to roll for a line to see who may come nearest each standing about ton feet distant from tho line Doth toss together and you will see a queer result your ball will proceed directly toward Its destination but his will out a lot of queer antics rolling In a very Irregular course and when tho ball dOM = THE BIRDS BATH An Interfiling Study In the Peculiar Notions of the Little Songtters Some few years ago during the hot summer weather I put a tin out on my lawn for the wild births to bathe in writes a correspondent of Country Life The tin was a triangular one about 114 Inches deep the sides being 22 Inches The birds wore duly thank ful and used It Incessantly all through the years winter as well us summer In course of time It rusted through and leaked badly whereupon I bad a new one made circular two feet six Inabe In diameter and 1V4 Inches deep and I took away the old worn out triangular tin Not a bird would I go near the new bath I tried every Old thing Including painting It a dirty color to make It look like the old tin but all to no purpose Thinking they would get accustomed to It In time I left It for three or four weeks but I never saw it used once I then put the old triangular one down near th- enw one and before I had walked ten yards from It two birds were In it bathing I put tho old tin Into the new one and the birds went to it without hesitation I cannot Imagine what they object to In the round tin unless the surface area unbroken by time triangular one Is too big but with one tin inside the other they thoroughly enjoy their bath and a study of their habits affords endless amusement Different birds appear to have different times for the dally 2QTS WHYwJ I filled my little green watcrln pot Wit water all the way up Id the top An I watered the to make him grow That how they do wit flowers you know Ha looks like hes awfully fat an strong Ices tryln to grow but It takes so long An I wanted him quick to play wlf me That why watered him Dont you seeT 1 H step It will bo away off from the line Jlo may try again and again to roll In a straight line but as long as ho uses tho trick ball you can win time toss every time even with your eyes shutThis Is tho explanation says Good Literature Tho difference between tho trick ball and Its ordinary coun terpart Is the fact that Its center of gravity Is shifted from tho exact ecu o The Ball and Its Eccentric Movementsls ter to the side consequently the ball Is off balance The ball IJ hollow and made of strong paper The shift I of gravity Is accomplished by lug a bit of lead to tho Inner urfaceIand securing it firmly In place by glueing a piece of cloth over It as shown In A Fig Tho lead now becomes r the center of gravity which Im parts the mysterious bouiclog motion which Is such a puazlo to one not In tile secret bath As a general rule seem to like tho early lparrowIthrushes blackbirds and prefer a midday bath and I to battle about six p m when lIkp other birds have retired to roost have counted as many as six robins ono after tho other after six p m OfIcourse I do not moan this U an law variable rule but It seems to bo a general one ChaOlnchoa and green finches drink freely but I never saw one of tho former have a bath and It is a very rare Occurrence for the lat ter to bathe Turatlta are very fond of the bath and show great pluck bo Ing almost out of their depth la Icy lashes of water One more peculiarity I have noticed Although birds of all torts bathe regularly the special time Is during n storm ot rain after a spell of fine weather The foot of Its being I The New and the Tin I baby I M 2 fresh water has nothing to do with it because as a rule the bath Is filled up more than once a day and cleaned out on most days I have soda ai many as four and flvo birds In tbs bath at once during rain I truct theso remarks will Induce all who see durlagthecause them to provide what is not only a luxury but a necessity for orhavingone with straight sides not circular and lot tho area be limited I incloso a photograph of tho bathor rather insidetheItsdallyFooling the Teacher Young America begins to joke at a willIngfun as well and certain punishment awaited this young man yet ho per noticedthe 4O his coat over before replying to any somethingwhichher suspicions wore aroused as to thisvery open and aboveboard uso of a cribWhat have you In your coat Ilrf mothatIt was reluctantly passed over Tho teacher looked at It and read Sold Turning It hastily over her againN LightA during tho winter months In a parish church r of Kent England There aro no mean theworshipersown lights and It is no uncommon sight to gee n member of tho congrcy QtthoorhandHow He Judged Mrs Oobwlggcr pont you tblik i imlVrcddleNo jictf wet Ufa j itR mR THE UDDER ft Varying Types Which Are Desirable In the Dairy Cow The Hlustrntlona show some of tho types of udder that are moro or less duftlrnblo In tho dairy cow At A Is shown as clearly an possible an Ideal udder Tho udder nerd not bo over largo It should have aufllclont capa city however to allow the continued growth of numerous cells for tho mann ufacture of fat and Ita cmulstflcatlon with tho other constituents at milk Jt should bo evenly balanced before and I behind nnd tho central suture should bo well developed and strongly at tached to tho body H should be coy Bred with soft fine hair bo tree from fleehlnoes and closely attached to the r body It should eoiae woll forward on tho stomach stand out wall behind tho thigh nnd be carried well up on Different Types of Udders the posterior portion of the body It should of course have good drawn fereneo and If properly proportioned It will add beauty AS well as utility to tho cow At U Is shown the udder as It should collapse on luolf like a glove after the milk tins been extracted A poorly tmtanewl udder Is shown at C It li hung too far forward on the stomach and tho teata aro net evenly placed reuniting In a great inconvenience In I uillkUg At D may be seen an udder defldent In Uto front part at H an udder that Is nleo tacking In balance the toata am not wanly placed and there Is not svifloiont davetopuMflt of the anterior region At F Is shown a small udder There Is not enough room hero to permit the rapid elabora lien of milk which la of prime Impor Lance as it Is a wellkaown fact that a eemparatlvely small quantity of milk Is in the udder when milking commences It la llkowlso thought by dentists that tho ability of a cow to produco milk abundantly Is dolor mined by tho number of cells and hence tho area available for tho dis tribution of blood and other fluids through the udder tissues Is too ro Btrictcd In tide Instance A small udder Is therefore a poor sign of deep milking powers though a large udder owing to the character of tissues that may enter Into I Us formation Is not al twaysn sign of a good milker At O Is shown an uddor much cut up with very largo and poorly placed teats It Is what may bo termed a restricted udder though rather elongated At If appears Another form of adder often met with which like that shown at 0 Is somewhat funnelshaped In chart Deter It has not sufficient rotundity does not como well forward on tho stomach and Is lacking in develop ment In tho posterior region jiV t DAIRY NOTESJ The scrub farmer will keep scrub stock Starving tho young animals in tbo dairy saves feed but that Is all l v The savage dog has no license on f tbd farm and especially around the dairy r A few good rules consistently fol I resuitsT r practise willfit food She should bo sold to tho butcher forthwith Milk with dry hands Tho man who milks with wet hands Is usually very careless as well in the other details of tho dairy business A man who abusos his stock has abut as much chanco of reaching that Better Land as tho Golden Rule has of being worked to death Its a pretty good plan to have ar rangoments made so that the stock cnn got in out of tho storm should ono como up while the family Is away An exchange tolls about a man who incomes III at the smell of butter Now wo fool sorry for such a man Either ho has not had any of tho real article or ho has u complex nervous system that wo hope Isnt contagious Tho first and all Important point in selecting a cow is to note tho slzo of the udder whether it is largo un I family placed with teats placed at the proper distance to noto whether the dder Is flabby and not fleshy which ds particularly apparent Immediately gaffer milking MAKING OF A GOOD COW First Fifteen Months of Calfs Lift Determines Her Future A wise old dairy farmer onco sold to cloy Hoard The cow Is either made or tinnmdo In tho first H months of her life Questioned tar ther ho stated that he had como to his conclusion after years of obsorvaUon and practice Ho had noticed this That whoro a farmer took tho best possible care of his holfor calves kept them dry and clean fed them well on good growing food nnd kept them going Ih a strong growthy manner II they were well bred from good dairy stock nearly all would mako good cows whereas If they were ever sq well bred If they were neglected and badly cared for It was rarely any ol them would mako good cows Vo believe firmly in tho truth ol what this old farmer said adds Gay Hoard More good cows are spoiled by neglect Insufficient food during tho first 16 months than from any other cause Good blood dairy heredity and all that Is necessary It is tbo founda tlon But It wo art going to make good cows out of those heifers wo must pay close attention io bow we start them on tho rind For years wo have been rearing helfor calves Somb of thorn we have raid nnd somo of them wo have kept Wo are groatly impressed by our ox penance with tho truth of the old farmers theory It M true that we take great pains thot tho heifer shall ba well born Dot that Is only halt the proposition the first half It sho Is to have good large capac ity she must bo steadily well nour lilted from tho beginning to tho time she is first In calf This dono she has a greatly Increased chance of profit to her owner In buying heifers It Is worth a good deal to know how they have been reared Of ono thing wo are certain and that is that It pays to feed tho heifer skim milk dolly till she Is 10 to 12 months old together IUb a pint to a quart ot oats Such ftjpdlnjf with good caro turns out much finer cows than does tho treat meat heifer calves usually receive PASTURE GATE On Which Will Give Passage to Cows but Will Keep Out Hogs I hero show drawing of the plan I have ef keeping hop from going from hog pastures to cow pasture and at toI Will Let the Cows Through will writes a correspondent qt The Farmer Tho opening may be as wide as desired Two by twoInch plank aro nailed to tho fence posts about four or six Inches from the ground and two extra posts aro set out from the fence about a foot The plank la nailed to the inside of these posts and this plank should be about four feet longer than tho ono fastened to the fence so as to go by the opening at each end about two feet Tho hogs cannot Jump tho two planks and small hogs that go between them canuot lump over as they are lengthwise of tho opening The cattle will readily stop over Tho same plan may be used for sheep only threo planks may bo necessary to retain them although 1 only use two for them also A HIGHCLASS DAIRY Fine Quality of Milk Supplied to Se lect Trade A Massachusetts physician owns and operates a dairy farm where over 200 cows are kept the year round The milk Is sold to a high class of buyers In Boston Four kinds of whole milk are sold also two kinds of skimmed milk and three qualities of cream A afoclal grade of milk testing six percent Is produced for convalescents and sick folks who need the richest milk possible Jerseys and Guernseys supply this high grado of milk Tho milk furnished especially for babied contains about four ler cent butter fat and Is milked from Ayrshire cows Jerseys Ayrshlres Guernseys Devons and Shorthorns are all used In thin dairy Every stablo and barn on the place la kept neat and clean and no foul odors are allowed to permeate them Tho mornings milk from this dairy is cooled bottled and delivered to the many customers In time for their use on the breakfast table But a couple of cents more per quart la charged for this milk than for that coming from less sanitary surround ings or that of unknown quality Be Gentle with the Cow Be gentle with the cow for you will feel bettor about it and the cow cot tainly will There Is a money value I about gentleness also but this shoulJ not be the first thing to bo considered Tho Quiet cow is the ono that will produce tlio most milk The cow that It frightened has her digestive processes Interfered with and these digestive processes aro the ones that control the manufacture of milk A bad tarn pored hired man shouldinct be iurneC Icoio with the dairy cows THE- TABERNACLE Sunday School Lesson IorAug41907 SpeeltUgr Prepared for Thli Piper tHBSON THXTKxodu 0MS 41JS Memory vprwtt HI J5- QOUJKN TKTTli a cloud coy Bred the tent of the congregation and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle FSxcxlufl 40i3l TurETh work on the tabernacle was begun In the seventh month from the Kxodui and computed during the remainder of the year The lublernaclo won dedicated on tha ant day of the year on the Ant of Ablb celled alto NUan n C 1190the latter part of March or early In April ILACTlia plain UrIUnh At the foot of Mount Sinai TIIwllomo BCUIPTtmAI flitVI9ltRNCl R1IIetory of the TahernlCleEx 3 9 40 Heb 5t Hx 401TS Num 111 Josh 111 1 Sam 3115 1 Chron IG2I 2 Chron 111 68 compared with 11 E t and 1 Klhcft 84 KUiirollva Meaning of the THhernnnlvt Car 11 Itch liM UMI 3 Pet 111 Rev 211 Comment and Suggestive Thought The Tabernacle vs 1 2 There are not n few dlfflcuitlen In the way of obtaining dii accurate Idea or tho form and conatrucUou of tho labor nacle from tho denorlpllons given us Is usual In all attempts to realize a do crlptlon Hveu the form of no elm plo a thing sa tho golden candlestick It was Impossible to copy In limas from the description given till tho model was found In tho triumphal arch of Titus at Rome pictured among tho treasures ho brought from Jeru salem after Its destruction Spiritual Meaning of the Taberna cleAt all times there In ueod of via ible expressions nnd inanlfostatlotn of blue unseen spiritual things to hnln oven the most nducntud cultured and holy mon to tcallzu tho unseen Cod and character and life 80 through nature wo understand Ood anti keep him In mind as nearly all wo know of tho sun Is revealed to us by tho reflection of 1U rays on material par tlclos In tho air So tho Institutions of religion are ho shadow of bear only thlnns Hob 8 C Still moro wore those Institutions necessary In the early education of man Hn the great ohurchos and cathedrals of the ogan whon few could rood und write are filled with picture mid carvings of tho Dlblo story It taught the gradual progress of tho eoul toward God step by shopwe move Godward and bpuvmiwnnl caoh ctago more proetoim us wo draw near to him Thorn Is a fourfold teaching of the gradual education 1 The movement Is from tins ramp to the priests square then to time court of tho tabernacle to the holy place to tho Holy of Holies 2 Thu progres lion Is from the bronze of the outor court to the sllvnr of tbo tent to the toll of Its oandlMtlck and altar 11 From tho linen curtains of the outer court to the embroidery of Its pore dares to the tapestry of the curtains of tho tent 4 From the symbolism of the furniture of tho court and of tho tont as described below The Ark of the Testimony or witness containing tho tables of the law the covenant between God and man and the witness to the obedience of man The ark was a chest of shlttlm wood overlaid with gold within and without three feet nine Inches long two feet three Inches broad and deep Over It was tho mercy sent of gold upon which wore the cherubim perhaps a symbolical representation of the redeemed This was the central object of tho tabernacle tho place of Gods presence reached only by u heart that loves and obeys Gods law and through his loving worn In forgiving and cleansing The altar symbolized tho need of sacrifice for sin for some atoning powerThe Laver v 7 symbolized the necessity of moral cleansing before one can enter the Holy Plate Wash mo and I shall bo whiter than snow The Candlestick v 4 symbolized tho true sanctified people of God letting their light IIblnolIhemlchcs lea bq tho splrlt source of all light The Table of Shewbread v 4 opposite on tho north side to the right as one faced tho Holy ot Holies was a KOldplatcd table on which were placed tho twolvo loaves of bread In two golden dishes It was threo feet long 18 Inches broad and 27 Inches high Gods Visible Presence vs 34 38 The shining cloud came to show that God was with them a consuming fire to the wrongdoer but a Glory and Guide Defender Redeemer and Frlond The Golden Altar of Incense v 8 stood just before the entrance to tho Holy of Holies It was 18 Inches square and three feet high Time fro grance of Incense Its prccUiusnoas and its beautiful clouds rising to heaven make It a suitable symbol for prayer and thanksgiving the means of communion with Out After the experiences typified by those ob- Jects ono can meet God In the Holy of Holies and lIe according to the laws of his covenant Ult near to heaven as It Is possible to bo uu earth The Table of Shcwbread Thn bread typified that wo need our dally spiritual bread In order to grow good and to bo fitted for Gods service us much as wo need dally bread for our bodies The healthy soul Is full of hungers and thirsts and every urn of them needs tho food that satisfies them The soul that docs not hunger Is sickly as Is the body without uppO Uto Jesus Christ satisfies all these hungersThe Priestly Service vs 12 13 Even the priests must be cleansed and anointed with oliIUI set apart for Gods special service NOTHING ELSE TO DOI Jim Hance Explains Event That Left Him a Widower Jim Hanco is one of the charactja who go with the Grand canyon ori Arizona part of tho general plan so to speak Jim has a ranch about 14 miles from tho chief hotel and he comes over thore at times to talk toI the tourists Jim likes to toll stories to tho tour ists He thinks ho has a copyright on all the tales ot tho region and In fact considers himself one of the guardians of tho cnnyonIA woman from Boston was quizzing him one day now does It come Mr Hance she asked that you never marriedOh 7 said Jim I had a wife once but I lost her Lost her How was that Why said Jim shedding a tear I married a girl out here and she was the prettiest thing you ever saw I took her over to the ranch to live and wo wore very happy She always wanted to go down the canyon on my trail but I kept her from It until one day when she wouldnt be put off no longer So I took her I mounted her on a dandy mule and wo started On the way down lust at the worst point with a narrow trail and a sheer drop of 3000 foot on tho other side a bee stung the mule on tho flank The mule rose up and my wife toll oft and over Into that awful abyss What happened exclaimed the Boston woman Why said Jim my wife fell Into the most inaccessible part of the can yon and It took me two days to got down there When I did get there I found her She had broken ono of her legIWell gasped the Boston woman Oh said Jim as he moved away of course I had to shoot herSaturday Evening Post Famous Women of Japan Women played an important part In the early history of Japan To a woman tho Empress Jlngu belongs tho glory of tho first conquest made by Japan that of Korea A D 201 Dressed as a man she led her fleet over tho unknown waters across which sho alone believed a country lay to tho westward If we succeed she said to her chiefs tho glory will all bo yours I will be responsible for tho Infamy ot a possible defeat The Koreans laid their wealth at the feet of the conquerors and the king swore that so long as tho stars shone and water ran down hill Korea should be faithful to Japan This achievement of the empress gave rise to tile boast of the Japanese The arms ot Japan shine beyond the seas But the mos Important fruit ot her victory was the Introduction of Buddhism from Korea as well as Asiatic art science medicine and literature Jlngu however was nevor actually proclaimed hood of the empire Tho first female ruler was Sulko and since her time eight emprosws have gov erned Japan some of thorn with great wisdom Londons Awful Smoke Sir William Richmond a well known member of the Royal Acad emy finds Instances In unexpected directions to drive homo his arguments In his laudable but hitherto un successful campaign against the London smoke nuisance Lecturing the other day ho told his hearers that the late springs and early falls in Lon don were caused entirely by smoke The pallor of Londoners was also due to the same cause for tho smoke ex eluded the sunlight and where there was no sunlight there was no color Ho went so far as to ascribe certain physical deficiencies of the poor to his pet aversion Premising that nothing could grow without light he declared that poor girls were often toothless while the snub noses and retreating chins so common among the poorly bred natives of London wore largely due to the absence of light caused by smoke New Fire Escape A Swiss engineer announces a now fire escape It consists ot a series of folding Iron ladders contained in frames attached to the window cases each reaching to the window below By merely turning a small winch on any floor all these frames are pushed outward from the building the lad dens extended and securely connected with each other thus forming a continuous communication from the top floor to the ground The manipu lation is simple and takes leas than a minute When not in use tho esca e is barely visible and does not dls figure the facade of the building in the manner that tho ordinary outside iron staircase does A public test ot the now escape has proved successful and the Vienna fire brigade represent atives have expressed their approval of IL She Caught the Idea A The teacher of a public school class of little girls had been endeavoring to impress upon her pupils tho sig nificance of the comparative and su perlative degrees For example she Bald hero Is r coin that is bright Hero is ono U is brighter which is comparat Then hero is ono that Is brightest which Is superlative After using several other illustra tions she asked for voluntary contrl butions that would demonstrate com prehension bn the point and a golden- haired child promptly roso la her placerI know said ahe This Is one litekworsedeadRecess teacher 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO- PLEe OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of allr Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states r Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress e Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arltlmietlu and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons m Farm and Household Management etc Free hoolisTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing hutfNursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to tit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo SclencoIACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part ot this course as fall and winter term is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S And 4 year courses with Latin Car man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories yolentlttc apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and Hear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a 8mti lass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the informAtion culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as au extra lu connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re coped from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young meu and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from tho hut families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings nod assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment ao as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage boots etc vary with different people Berta favors plain clothing Our climate ta the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles ut cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost TIle College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay tor cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table hoard without coffee or extras 1135 a week In the fall and 150 In WInter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 60 cents In winter I SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit na Guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned jIwhen tho student departs Second on Incidental Fee to help on expenses for oars of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ofuteachers all our Instruction to a tree gift The Incidental Fee for mosttstudents IB 1500 a term U4 00 In lower Model Schools GOO In courses I Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses I PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee end room rent by the term board by the halt terns Installments are as followseFALL14 weeks 295Gln One payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term ULIWINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 f i Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Studenta who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced Oo board In full except that no aallowance is made for MY traction of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any traction of a monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for terra bids when he returns provided It Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have spade your tourney ad are well started In school It p4ya to stay ftB long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the fall term Is September 11 1907 I For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE s f BEREA KENTUCKYI t t That Prenium Knifeltakes the eyes of the mea and boys who tee II The I ioestda people likes good thing when they eee It and to get a 75 wet calf a with two blades of rasor eteet anda dollar paper tllatla worth sore to tile aounta people than any other dollar papw la the xrcrld r The Knit end The Citizen for One DollardS That brlap fa ssbaarilpoM all tktbwiee bill pceinils- A iii OD pee 1 I I iS ITHE HOME I Taking Out Stains lly Mr lllll Fruit StainsMost fresh fruit stains can be taken out of table linou by pouring boiling water slowly thrbugh it from n height If this does not entirely remove the stnln hold it over the fumes or burning sulphur Grass StainsAlcoholwill dissolve the green coloring matter of plants and is best to uso when the goods can not be washed If time stain l is on washable goods rub sorghum molasses well into the stain nUll then washIron Rust Wot the spot with lomon juice covor with salt and lay iu tho hot sunshine Repent If necessary Stains onthe Hands During the fruit season especially it is very desirable to get n bottle of poroxido of hydrogen nt the drug store and keep for the removing of stains on the hands as well ns for washingouts and scratches poor nitnoviug fruit stains from the hands nud around the nails add twice as much water as you use of tho peroxide and add a few drops of ammonia Brush troll with this then wash iu oleur writor Lemon juice and salt aro also excellent for removing such stains Tho Girls that are Wanted flit girls that are wanted are horns TboglrleUmt are wanted are wise girls girls That know what to do and to say Girls that are mothers right hnnd That driva with n smile and a soCtI That fathers and brothers can trust word in The wrath of the household awnIAud the little ones understand The girls that lira wanted ant good Girls that are fair on the hearthstono girls And pleasant when nobody sees Good girls from the heart to thee Kind and sweet to their own folk lips Ready aud anxious to please Pure as the lily is white and pure From its heart to its sweet leaf tips- Selected 1THE SOKCOOL Problems of tho District School lly Prof JHnmoreIPart 9Practlcal Teaching + The remedy for this evil need not be difficult Tho shortest way is simply to say it must not be done Tho pupils reciting have a right to tho theDl14Latthem to the class If the parents insist that the children be told the words as it is said they frequently do then put every child who OODles up thru a process of effort Ask the child to pronounce the word herself if nho runout have her spell it If she still fails ask some other member of the class to pronounce it for her Then let her write the word upon the blackboard several times Such n method persisted in for a few days will prank ally cure the trouble without forbidding it His attention having been called to it no selfrespecting teacher will suffer it to go on to the detriment of his sohuoltFur such interruptions as going for drinks and leaving the room no stringent rules need be laid down They are often unused by reetleeeuees Chi ldren grow tired sitting on hard benches for any length of time Are j V cess uf live minutes at the end of each hour is better than interruption and gives all an opportunity for exercise Calisthemc drills singing and mardutig or running around the room always with windows open will prtVf a relief to the tedium of long hours in the forenoon or of dull ones in the afternoon If one or two pupils persist in having many wants a little private conversation will usually mend the matter If it does not sonjr stiiil penalty sutlicieut to offset the pleasure derived must be re sortiil to 10 Recesses and Intermission It seems not to have occurred to many tearlurs to consider the rest periods as having any educational value They nre looked upon as wing merely a cessation from the labor of theI aoh 1 room Yet those who study the lives of children attach greet im portance to play It is one of the main features of childhood and youth sad the delight and usefulness of it extend well into age The well equipped gymnasiums extensive athletic fields and costly paraphernalia of the large colleges are pruof that much attention is given it in higher educa tion But if grown boys and girls require such provisions with higher salaried physical directors how much more necessary is it that growing chilI dren should have sonic provisions made for them and be given directions- in tin if plays and games No cork devised by man can take the place of play for recitation for physical and mental exercise and for pure enjoyment A child wholly dew onlyhosesvelopment is out of the question Children who play but little are usually lacking in strength agility courage and in social qualities On the play grown children expand their lungs train their voices and develop their muscles It is truly democratic every one stands upon his own merits Each desirable place roust be won over nil competitors with no favors or pow litical pulls The champion runner jumper wrestler tho the poorest boy in the district is accorded his weed of praise and admiration as hon esty and certainly as tho he were the richest Hero too leadership is d lveluped and in the frlaudly strivings each boy learns pretty accurately the measure of his own powers toontlnu1 Nextlveek- r IIHE FARMII The Hobson Idea Plan of Hero of Merrlmac to Improve His Congressional District Troiii tho Tfmr York Trltiuhe lly J A IlonHlml 1b l lluroau of solid Wnslilngton U O The meetings are closed by Captain Hobson who speaks ou education powerHoup with exports on drainage on farm management on cattle raising on chickens and on other agricultural subjects H j is enabled by the support of the Department of Agriculture to promise his constituents soil surveys of his counties to a complete understanding of the wonderfully varied soilresources of the district active cooperation in increasing the I yield of cottpn expert advice on saving forests and reaping profits from countyThere giventopublic schopls of high learning Mauy actor are left and with the aid of his people the young Congressman proposes to secure these lands for the use and benefit ofthe district and county schools He will introduce a homeI to worked on a royalty basis for the benefit of tho schools and public roads forever Captain Hobson learned in the navy to do With him there is no excuse for failures His active mind trained Ify years of service broadened in its thought by knowledge of allraces and all countries has conceived two ideas that mark tho statesman of national importance and of Christain peaceThufe t4puiverealeducation and the f every individual Suoji a rnau a mlssl n must succeeds J I I It I I NAVAL DISASTER Explosion During Target Practice Re cults In Death of Eight Washington July 20Tho naval board which tins been investigating the accident whereby tho men in the turret of tho battleship Georgia lost their lives has arrived at the oonolu slop that a delayed flaroback caused the catastrophe Boston July IGWlth eight of her officers and crew dead anti fifteen oth ors either dying or Buttering from ter rible burns received In nu explosion of powder in the after superimposed turret the battleship Georgia steamed slowly up Boston harbor from tho target practice grounds in Capo Cod bay late yesterday afternoon and landed tho dead and Injured men at tho Charieetown navy yard With the arrival of tho Georgia there became Kaown tho details of tho most terrible naval catastrophe that has ever taken place atone the coast of New England The accident occurred while tho Georgias crew were at target prao floe our Barnstable In Cape Cod bay some manner as yet unexplained two bags of powder became ignited and la the terrlftc flash that followed the entire turret crew consisting of three offleera and eighteen Men weto enveloped In fire and received horrible burns two officers and six men dying before the ship reached port Tho victims ot the accident are Dead Lieutenant Goodrich son of Rear Admiral Goodrich William J Thatcher chief turret captain Wil mington DeL Faulkner GoWlhwalto midshipman Kentucky W J Burls ordinary seaman Quincy Mace G G Hamilton ordinary seaman South Fraxalngbam Mass W IL Thomas ordinary seaman Newport R I Wit liam F Pair ordinary seRMn Brooklyn George E Miller ordinary seaman Brooklyn Among the Injured 8S Charles L Rich ordinary seaman Frankfort lad The Tenth VictimIBoston Mass Jolt2rMidsblp man Cruse the tenth victim of tho explosion ot the Geoc ta is dead at Chelsea navel hospital- REMARKABLE STORY Member of Papal Household Says the Pope Was Visited From on High Rome July nt mmtr r f theI popes bout tiiid in the nurse tf an Interview jmiiilshid tday sly Pop heltal sru a her before hook the grarr Stff f urd rrir the publication d ihf syiiatujs with re j gard to the 5n1 d Klinl5ta ID the faith but the all his lmhia vurr r moved by a uiiraiiiinua oprarltim nf the blessed virgin hichoIrdd it f hand in a p tun uf niijirtinn ar1 encouragrefflTit nr hi Tn nl f though In tI wrr t his crifr frheavenly gviUnoc and that tlir rinr tiff thireup i UPO fvuiu his knees and signed Ui 11 ifr STATE FELL DOWN Prosecution Unable to Secure Witnesses Against Judge tfargli Sandy Hook Ky JulfZ Juctm Moody instructed the jury In the case of Janus Hargis on trial for com tlieity in the assassination of Dr B D Cox to acquit the jrtaoner This the last case against Hit for nl taped complicity in the BraUiitt OOIIP ty crimes and lUrgU walked from the courtroom a free man The Judges Instructions followed the withdrawal of Attorneys Byrd aad Jouett for the prosecution from the tiee tho lawyers stating that the state was unable to produce Its witnesses VERDICT IN LAMANA CASE New Orleans Kidnappers Found Guil ty Without Capital Punishment HahnvUle La July 18 Verdict In kidnapping nnd murder trial Nice linn Gebbia Caroplsdano Mrs Cam plBciano Tony Costa and Frank Gen dues guilty without capital punish ment of complicity in the murder of little Walter Lamana of New Orleans who wad kidnapped and strangled about a monthagoSir Escapes Tangier July 19Aided by sactlons of the the Sonlarrous and tho Oonlmansour tribes Cald Sir Marry MaoLoan has succeeded In escaping from the hands at tho bandit Ilalsnll He has taken refuge In the invlolahlo sanctuary of the territory of the mar shout of Zaoula Yonstfdl It is sug gated that Ralsull connived in the iscapo ot the Cald as the host way out tt a difficult situation Road Heavily Fined Raleigh N C July 20The South ern Railway company was fined 30 000 and Thoraai J Green ticket agent tt tho company fined 3 In the state court hero for selling railroad tickets at a rate in excess ot that provided by tae recent stato law for a uniform rate of 2H cents a mile in North Carolina By Way of Niagara Niagara Falls N Y July 19An unknown man who walked with a crutch and cane leaped Into the rap Ids above the tails and was carried over tho American cataract Ills crutch and cane ho left behind with a note signed D J saying Toll my friends I have gone to Glory Chicago July 19Horman Bllllk who has been on trial charged with killing by poison Adolph Vrzal and OtTo of his children was found guilty last night and tho Jury fixed his son lease at death NEWS OF KENTUCKY Torsloy Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians TilE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Hero Are FoUnd Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Hnrrodsburg Ky July 22Bust- or Phillips a city workhouse keop or shot his wife four times Sunday Inflicting probably fatal wounds lie theh turned the weapon on Mrs Kyle Watkins his Blsterlnlaw and fired one shot at her which entered the loft side inflating what Is thought to be a fatal wound lie then fired his last bullet at Thomas Stlleo ngodolghtean years the bill entering tho shoulder Phillips Is forty years of age and for some time has suspected his eighteen yearold wife of being too Intimate with Stile It II thought he shot Mrs WatkIns for allowing them to meet at her home Both Mrs Phillips and Mrs Watkins are In a serious con dition KLIKLUX METHODS ARE USED v Farmers Association Flogs and Terrorizes for Refusing to Join Hopklnsrllle Ky July 20Athrashing machine owned by Jolm Plaids a noaaisodatlon farmer was destroyed on the farm of Dr Word at Oak Grove by dynamite that wits concealed In the wheat Two labor ors were Injured John Garrett hay leg a leg broken and Internally in jared and James Brown was out about thi arms and Taos There is no clew to the P rI imfora of the outrage Fields a rum elation farmer was soda inn before attempting to thrash its wtllat Twintt flvo masked men took Na than Hester BK d lifiy a Trim county faro T from tils home at night and at the p int of a sbcrgan mercilessly floergi d him wuh a rawhide Before rvirasinu turn bo was brutally kicked I and tuitratd Ills wits who baa h art us a faint 4 when she saw t r 1111l1I1 ijnuuid away and I s- In a Tinins nndninn Hester was a fivmr i inirr of the association and d MTV a s v rat months ago He had nut hI d the xtarnlngs to raise no moro tiiacoi and wheat TOBACCO GROWERS TO FIGHT May Decide Not tR11O Any Tobac co Next Year Lonsvnir Ky July 19 Tobacco ria r from all organisations formed to control the crops and advance the price of tobacco are Rare to attend a meeting at which plans to prepare warehouses for the storage of quan titles of tobacco will be perfected As part of the plan an effort Is proposed to control the Louisville tobac 00 warehouses and It has also been suggested that the Cincinnati warehouses be Included In a consolidation scheme Just how far these extensive plans can be carried remains to be seenAnother radical plan which may be considered by the growers in their campaign against the American Tobacco company Is not to raise any tobacco In the United States in 1903 THE DRYS WON Women of Cynthlana Given Credit for Victory Cytbiana Ky July 19At In eon elusion of the bitterest prohibition campaign yet waged in Kotuuoky the drys yesterday carried llttrruan oeuu ty by 1600 majority and Oyuthlann tho county seat and oentnr of tho fight by 47 majority Slxtr days ago the wets carried Cynthlana by 31 ma jority Throughout UM day the wealthiest and most olegnnt wont Into Ute negro quarters WI1MnI and polls and worked for local Thoy were everywhere and tory is theirs Last night 3000 women and children gathered for service at tho big loom option tent on tin public square and celebrated tho victory I AUTO CRASH HURTS FOUR Fatally Injures One and Others Only Slightly Lexington ICy July lDRay McCarthy was probably fatally injured Miss Loan Wilburn seriously and two othdre slightly hurt in an automobile Accident hero Tho party was riding in a car ownod by Richmond Levering president of the Indiana 011 Refining company of this city which was being driven by Carl Schroato chauffeur for Levering When two miles out of tho city the automobile ran into a steno wall throw tho occupants out and was wreckedAdvancement for Mr Stone Louisville Ky July 1C Announce ment Is made of tho appointment of Charles L Stone aa passenger traffic manager of the Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain system effective August 1 Mr Stone Is at present general passenger agent of the Louisville 5 Nashville road at Loulsvillo Louisville Ky July IGTho ex pected shakeup in the police force came yesterday afternoon when tho board ot safety Issued orders reducing fill captains to the ranks and promot ing others to 011 their positions DLACK KNIGHTS BARRED lilored Pythlnns Enjoined from Applying for Charter In Georgia Atlanta Go July 22The state supremo court in n decision handed down today declares that tho negro Knights of Pythias should not bo al lowed to secure a charter from tho state Tho decision was rendered in time onso of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of Georgia against C C Croswlll and others and while it af firmed tho decision of Fulton superior court refusing to grant the Injunction as to all points sot forth in tho bill the case was sontbnok with tho spa dal direction that Injunction be granted against tho further prosecu tion of the defendants application for charter under the laws of tho state until the final hearing The Georgia Knights of Pythias al lowed that tho efforts of tho negroes to secure a charter was an Infrlng mont upon tholr name- GRAPHOPHONES i MUST STOP r First Move In Putting End to Street Loafing In Kentucky Town OwMwboro Ky July tDrnllIoaction has been taken by the city oouDcll to break up street loafing ned the gotkeriag of young men and toys on the street corners at night the amt step being to detlare public grapkopboMi n nuisance sad ta auth once the mayor to have them stopped It WM held by the council that such tunes as A not Tinge in the Old TowI Tonight and similar ragtime melodies an played by the grapto phones In the nickel shows was the tedium which attracted the loafent The proprietors at the shows say they teat a ordinance and sake an effort to hste Um Instruments In private restdenew stopped after dark The Sheriff Disappeared Ilobart Okla July UWm W Davidson of Hobart who was arrested by Sheriff Graves of Mnoon couaty Missouri OR the charge of commit hag a murder in Mhwovrl tweet ysvea- years ago has brought suit for IJ10p damages against tile sheriff HhoHff Grapes could not bo found by officer slid It is believed that he baa left bar has Davidson succeeded In cetab- liehi0g Jill innocenoe of the MUnouri murder Band Captain Drowned Atlantic City N JM July UCIItAugust Assail leader of the Moxuan band which ortrmnlaaUon accompanied the El Paso Tex lodge of Elka to Philadelphia was drowned whU bathing Life guards made etrenures rfforta to save Capt Assail but lsfwv they could pet him Into the Ifa but- hd lad swallowed to touch waer that tke physician could not ro iv Mm He Wants a Warship Guatemala City July IIt Is re ported that Senor Oambna the Mat lean minister to Qvatemala and slruder bas asked Uia government to send a war ship to Champerlc Caijt emata to meet him In order t et lie nay continue hla Journey from Halve dor to Mexico The request was made It Is stated because of a dlfflculty IH securing transportation by steamer This Airship a Winner Paris July 22Owing to the phew nomenal success that hen attended the tests of the airship PaIn e the minister of war hH aeked the budget commission for a credit of finftoiioo the greater part ct which It Is understood will be devoted to the ron QOo Uon of dirigible balloons of the Patrio- type Preliminary Hearing Concluded St Petersburg July DTIle pre liminary Inquiry In connection with the plot unearthed nt May at Tsars koe Solo against the Urea of the emperor Grand Duke Nlclwhw and Pro mler Stolyirta Has been concluded Twenty Of those suspected of oom pllolty In the plot have disappeared f Threaten Tobacco Strike Louisville Ky July 2Lfihe ex ecutive committee of the IntermUon al Tobacco Workers decided to leave to a vote of tho union the question ot whether or not there shall be a general strike in nil tho factories of tho American Tobacco compitny common ly known as tho tobacco trust Tank Cars Burn at DrldQO Huntlngton W Va Jnly 22DntU moro Ohio freight train westbound Jumped tho track on tho Guayandot bridge and nno span ot tho brlgo was wrecked Several oil tank oars foil hto tho water three ot which took tro and aro stilt burning Tho loss will reach 130000 Application for Fall Meeting Joxlngton Ky July 22 JN Cam ten president of tho Kentucky Uac tug association has made application to mho state racing commission tot dates for a tall meeting to lie hold here Sept 19 to 28 Tho mooting will lireccdc the fall mooting at Latonla and Louisville Their Canoe Capsized Sioux City la July 22 Francis Kane n wealthy retired farmer of this city and Ills cousin Mrs John tloaly aged thirty of Lincoln Ill were drowned in the Sioux river hero by tho capsizing of the canoe in which they wero rowing Returned for Trial Sturgis Ky July 22Albert Wat ion negro accused of killing a white man hero has been returned for trial I utter capture 1 in Evausvlllo t DEATH LIST CROWSrff I Saturdays Railway Disaster In Michigan Has Not Been Fully Revealed THIRTYONE ARE NOW DEAD An Excursion Train on Which Were Hundreds of Happy Pleacurc Seek i ers Collided HeadOn With Freight Train Running Out of Its Time Detroit July Jl The death list ns a result of Saturdays collision nIIt Salem between nn excursion train Ul1lIIn freight train stands today H thirty one but among tho loo inmr J In ill city and lento olght are rII1d to II in a serious oondltl n Oft rt out nr danger There are Uv ii Injunit people at their homes to T 1a 1111 fortytwo were brought to ne li pHals in this city for trii litIrthO long list Of Buffering HHli Ionia but one Mrs M1i l why husband bed son wen h Is ported today to be In a 1 ui ms run I dlUoo Suven of th ujI i In II1 local hospitals are not t r of ebllIJpr P r Sunday was a tiny if Tlcf mourning In the Iliii rity of 11 11twhich Is located 110 nrri west of It troll Mayor Bible eas be eetlnmii r i that ono In every flfu of tbe 1IS 1julNJliens r niualtte which was appointed when the extent of the catastrophe was rinliMd are still at work rlnitlnic the homes of the 1d aad injured iand arranging for medical attention end ai iataaee where It Is necessary All of the citys normal activities tore prartlmllr Veen suspended sad every i one Is fiMnK attrntlon to the wrest victim One of the pathetic eax of r entering la IB the Him family wblefa lost Itl father and two eons A widow and U oblUlren are left nearly dsd tote tiy the death of Charles llrnran aad 1Biil Has Vet until sunday was the Identity or all the deed nosltlv tljr eetaMNlied and an accurate list made up Ml bat five of the victim lived in Tools Armed Clash Expected San Hihtdor July 1An armed Clash which te beiirrda INN involve 3 all Central America wIt probably = z cur within fifteen data it to eaproV ed that the t flst battlp will He between fflChrtatmAMwounded In the rwont + ir betwrrt Nicaragua and tiondnraH tm brag appulnti Kae nil In nunt Ml of H 8alvaJor an rvglmcut IP al Tha micro IH sleted fnm i i iala nn 1 the ni xt to1I lxii M hal I Will prochini himself I nial prts Idcnt of Nicaragua Dig Stesiwer Tumbles Over BreniertmviB July i 11 North German Jd sleamHhip iv w Wll helm II wide waking u renlne suddenly toed Tin K r pound law hi r hunkers and 1jr impart meats thrtIl1 the opeii ii rUi and the va serirateened IIfI1I Da her side on the bottom tl h me tld was taw IF r bow rohti dI I bank but with thf rising f Is she slipped from that ponltli n nr keel d over The whip canoe t sy to sail the rnjany iyiuni + yr sew eral days nt t se best New Hand at the Weet San Fran taco July K IT Ed ward R Titor physklnn n rt lawyer dean of this Hasting law yei and of the ttiUrslty of Iltir a wal rat nleM li the board dI rvUnrii ttlectrd may r of Ban Pram sad lir the open nVtVRIuf the iri y graft proMMition the Borttii d l rtgn ot the pig SU lc same to an n- SM PnmeUco July in Judge Dunne lau 8x d July in aa the day on whlah lit will settle th Nil of ex cepUoM 1ft the tree of s ijmtt An imperial 6msfl has been Issued advising the axteueJou of n state ot ralnfuroe proteotlon in St Petora burg for six menthe beglnning JulySl THE MARKETS 1 Current Quotations on Grain and Lam stock at Leading Points 5 f Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 880 No 2 red 87c Corn No 2 CSMa OatsNo I 2 mixed 4Sc Hay Clover I1SOO 31560 timothy 180002000 millet 1200 9 1400 Cattle250 O CSr Hogs BOOO64S Sheep JIOO475 Lambs5h0yp700At Wheat No 2 rod 930 CQmNo 2 B7c OaUNo 2 474c C4ttlo J47BCO00 Hogs ICOfl 005 SheopIJ2260475 Lambs 500Q 7CO At Chlpago Wheat No 2 red 91c Corn s t No 2530 Oats No 2 44c CafJT tie Steers 14500735 stockers and feeders 300500 Hoga 540Qw C05 Sheep 400 JOOO Lambs 550750Livestock at New York CaUlo fiGOgGGO Hogs550i r 8G5 Sheen J3500550 Lambs3O5 r- G780 IifAt East Buffalo Cattle4000700 Hoga 60007 640 Sheep 30057B Lambs J800 769J n Sept 93cj Doo 97o cash Ol + cV s 1 IIJ qe T TO SEIZE KORE AND FORM GREATER JAPAN II PLANNED BY MIKADO THRONE REQUESTED OF THE RULEf Because Ho Violated Pact With HU Neighbor and Sent His Own Delegates to Holland Seoul July 18 Following a cablno mooting which lasted tour hours the premier had an auJItmco with the om peror In tho evening continuing three hour It has transpired that the pre rOllrOliellIgravity of tho situation caused by his majesty sending a dole cation to tho peace coufcrenco at Thl Hague lie boldly pointed out th noo Mlty for the emperors abdloatioi in favor of the crown prince and ot apologlzlnrbean emperor omdo uo definite to plyOn retiring from tho palace Uie pro mlur Immediately called another cabl net mealing The cabinet Is deter tamed to decide definitely Koreas at titudo by Ike time of tho arrival 011 Vljroount Hayoslil Japanese forelgc minithe emperor at all risk The II Ohlng Hoi Progressive asso elAtion which Is supporting the pros cut cabinet has officially applied to 0 Marquis Ito to help savo Korea from the grave consequences of the cmper ors action against Japan- It Is reported that tho emperor hoi withdrawn 400000 yen deposited la the bank of SbnnghaL rIt Is not considered llkoly that the VaupefOt will yield to tho domand Dsaplta the porturbnd feeling and ex citement of tho court and cabinet the populace generally Is calm Kven the untiJapaaoae have Issued a manifesto urging the necesaKy of a peaceful pru dent attitude at this critical stage of the sitHaUoa The emperor In the opinion of close olwenrers has alien clod popular affection The mqiMBt made by tho premier ol Korea that the omporor abdicate ap parently Is the txrgtNalng of the end of this ancient empire and the Inaug uration of a doter ooalrol by Japan than HeM exaretatd staco the treaty ot IwumonUt recognised law prodoml nut laflwmM in UM hermit kingdom set one of the fruits of her victory over Itnaala For a tone period Korea was under the MiMralaty of China but ia IMtC Japan 4ro China out of the panliiauts Md Korea enjoyed a brlaf parted ol IndepMMioor In 1H4 Japan stepped lain Kaman affairs with aaavraace ol oalaty IndepevrfMx1 and territorial ta testy but altece that yew the Jean e lalneaeo lisa grown In extant an tiowar tmtll finally Korea faoes In the Ml nation of her present emperor the final oxtlnetlon of her claims for toe fruition M an Independent data for ta inntallaUcM of a nominal emperor spiPdP by the statesmen of Japeo Brains to Indicate that Korea Is tc cMOA wholly end entirely under the sway of the Japanese The rrtals In Korean affairs does Lot come s a sHnwIoe For several days par the situation In the penltHuilfi has tviUitrd to Just oweh an outcome and 1hft gpadfaa of a deputation to Uu pnaro eotifcroaGO at tho hagss to pro tm ajtalnst Japans attitude toward Hona weakened the Korean throne move Utah anything that has occurred alnt18 the assassination of tho queen WHILE PLAYING JOAN OF ARC title Girl Plunged Headlong Into the Flames Minneapolis Minn July ISLIUh MU VJorllng and her playmates hat boon reading the wonderful story ol Joan of Are They built atiugo bon flrq to make the ploy effective The lltllo ones grouped thomtetvos about the flames and prepared tor tho ex citing finale- JlltJo Mia was to bo Joan and with hor hair hanging down about hor head In lustrous curls she approached the flames With n cry ot horror hot corn panlons saw hor fall headforemost Intc tho flamoj about which oho hovered The little girl had lost her balance ttho tried to regain her feet but th- Vdnmo4 caught ber hair and flimsy gar ments The orlon of tho children soot brought help and heavy garments wcri wrapped about Mini but sho was at badly burned that she wit die First Blow Kills Infantryman Lltlo hock Ark July 18 Charlci McParlanc a private of tho ICth in Pantry U S A stationed at Ft Logan was killed when engaged In a fist light with Harry Miller a tonmstor I Blight misunderstanding led to tho en counter and Miller who la ot hugs frame struck Mctarlano a powerful olow with his fist tho latter slnklni to the ground and expiring almost 1m mediately MUler was arrested Settled By New Law Tacoma Wash JulyiSTho Ta coma Cas British Columbia minim havo been ordered to return to worl by tho Canadian government This the first suit tried under the now Cana dean labor law may have national np + X jillcatlbn Admiral Dropped Dead Niagara Falls Ont July ISAdm John Pearso McLear retired ot tin Drltlsh navy dropped dead oh the ve randa of the Clifton hotel Death vat caused by heart failure Induced by ei- eeeslva heat JAMMED IN SWELTERING MASS THOUSANDS APE PROSTRATED A1 ELKS PARADE Doctors Too Duty to Ask Names of Victims TreatedFiercest Heat of the Summer at Philadelphia Philadelphia Ix July 19Tho blgt water mark of tho Elks conrontlot was reached Thursday with tho mon star parade on Inroad street Upward of liOOO men and a number of women wwo in tho lino oJ march which moved ovor throo and a hull miles of bluing asphalt under a scorch lug sun which early in the afternoon began to wither up tho panulors and force many of them to leave tho ranks It woo the hottest day of tho year bore the thermometer rwglatorlng 92 degrees In the shale while the hu midity was terrific Despite theso dis advantages Broad atroet was jammed by upwards of half a million person who stood for hours without any abet tcr from tho blazing sun and wlldlj cheered tho porodor and enjoyed the many handsome floats and the unique hits gotten up by the various telega tlons As a result of the parado 3COO PhtlO drtpblans and visitors Including many who came to the city during Die early morning hours on spools oxourstoni from nearly alUM and towns are under the caro of physicians Nearly 1200 oases of heat prostra tlon were treated at various hospitals alono There waa but ono fatality James Ilowtay of Philadelphia 41 years old who died after treatment In a hospital As feet M tho mono women and chil dren fell along Broad street they wore picked up and hastened to the nowost institution whore tort beds had been provided In advance At ovary street a telephone booth hlch above the crowds was erected At each was BtMioned a man with n telephone who shouted through a largo megaphone to tho police phy oloians and nurses where the oases of hoot prostration wore located From the Unto the parade started the patrol wagons and ambulances wore kept on the jump frequently from two to five case being on their way to a hospital In tho some vehicle hundreds were treated at drug stores and lu private hors In addition to those taken to the hospitals Phyelclan wwii so busy HO names oonld be taken ltlIIpros While the beet division was marsh tag around cHjr hall two mUes treat the starting point a tbHBtteraUmti which came up quickly broke 8pe ta tort and paraders mauls a dash for ahelter and the wffdeat eerambto ever lien In this city took pine la ISM than five mlantes Broad street was easKMt barren of peopl as a deeert The storm undoubtedly saved menu other from natac to the hoavHal for Ute temperature fall 18 degrees CATSUP BOTTLE Used With Fatal Effect Upon the Man Who Had Insulted His Wife Cumberland MdM July 19Charles Hood 21 recently married killed II H Cllngan aged M a mine boas from ItowfesburK W Va with a oataut bottle at Oakland Md Hood clerked In the restaurant of William lilac baaga on Railroad street Cllnsan who had been drinking it la alleged used offensive laauaeje In the restaurant aod Hood ordered hint out Cllnn went oat and looking tip at Ute sec ond etory window saw Mug Hood peeping oat lie Is alleged to have madr a very offensive remark concerning her Hood grabbed a catsup bottle from the lunch counter nuhlnc toward Chagrin utniri him over the head Hoed came recently from Fairmont W Va Ho was arrested He Did Likewise Chicago July 19Henry Berg a retired grocer committed oulcldo by throwing himself ovor tho rolling ol the 12th floor of the chamber of com merce building Borg was a consump five and had been In a despondent mood for some time past lie learned of the suicide of Anna Normoylc who killed herself by jumping from the 15th floor of the Masonic temple and It Is thought tho account prompted him to seek I similar death Fought On the Street Houston Tex July 19Stato Health Oniccr Brumley and Patrick Daugh orty a local newspaper man claahe on tho street ovor regulations fob barring consumptives Both men were considerably damaged He Slapped His Wife Janevlllo WIs July 19Alblri Tuobert proprietor of tho St Charles hotel was Jentencod to ten days In jail for slapping his wife- Seventeen Perished Santiago do Cuba July 19Tho Ar pontlno steamer rum has boon wreck cd Seventeen persons arc reports drowned Fell at First Volley Sharon Pa July 19 Samuol Yelloi was shot and killed and two of Ills com Slim Ions wore seriously woundod The won wore playing cards at a frlondi noose when it is said several mot fired through tho window The throe men fell at tho first volley Leaped Into Raplds Niagara Falls N Y July 19Teli- my friends that I have gone to glory was tho note loft on Goat Island bridge by an unidentified man who leaped Into tho rapids and was swept over Uti American falls STRIKE IS LOST DY TELEGRAPHERS DY A VOTE 01 103 TO 4 OFFICIALS OF BOTH COMPANIE Cay the Men Must Return To Wor as Individuals For heir Old Pay Oakland Oat July 20At a moot fog hold In Oakland tho Telegraphers union voted unanimously accept the terms of settlement proposod by till TolograpbCompanies Now York July 20Ooi Robert C New Yor July 20Cob Robert C Clowry president and general manager of tho Western Union Telegraph Co issued tho following Tho differences between the Western Union Telegraph Co and Its former employes at San Francisco and Oakland have boon settled On June 21 a portion of the West ern Union operators nt San Francisco nnd Oakland quit work without notice About onethird of the forco remained on duty and 11 of those who quit were reinstated on their Individual applica lions at their former compensation Additions wero promptly made to the force from other office and ox cept for a short period the traffic ol the company has been moved promptly The company will reemploy all reliable and efficient operators who left the service on their Individual applies tIns and at the salaries paid when they quit work C C Adams n vice president of tho Postal Telegraph Cable Co gave out tho following Edward J Xnlly vice president and general manager of the Postal Tele graph Co has Just received word from I AY Storor general superintendent Son Francisco that at a meeting held in San Francisco tho striking operators voted 10S to 4 pracUoelly unanimously to return to work They wore notified that the toxins on which they returned would bo that they should make Individual applies tion for reemployment and all who were not objectionable to the local management would bo reemployed with the distinct understanding that the same salaries and aamo conditions existing prior to their walkout should govern their reemployment and on their promise to give good and faith ful service and discontinue all agita ton and Interference with the com panys business Chicago July OTlto following m Baeaae was resolved here from Presl dent Small address oil to Secretary Rueeell of the Commercial Telegraph ore unionThe to acoopt was in to 4 AU strikes are to bo reomployed and the question of Increase In wage Is to be taken up after resumption of work AN future grtevanoee are to be arbi Crated Advise all looMs that the settle mont la entirety satisfactory to us and to me personally and I urge that nil strike talk bo stopped As soon as I can return east I will Issue a state mint to the membership Wo should rejoice at the fact that ww are In a position to force an adjustment ol grievances and not forget our duty to our employers and the publlo new that tho trouble Is satisfactorily sot tied San Francisco July SO Superin tondent Storor of tho Postal Tele graph and Manager OBreln of till Western Union declared that tholr companies had made no agreement with the operators In regard to an Increase in wages The won will bo taken bacl oo precisely the same terms as whop the strike was callod- IMPERSONATING OFFICERS Two Men Took Eloping Girl from Com panlon and Assaulted Her Palmer Mlis July 20LorA Leten dra a vivacious 18 yoar old Fall River girl who eloped with Henry loran because of parental opposition to Mo rons attentions was separated from Moron at Palmer sad criminally assaulted by Charles Thompson anti Thomas Murphy Miss Lotcndra and Moran asked for a drink of water at Thompsons house The men represented themselves to be police omcers and told Moran that it would bo necessary to send Miss Letcn dra hack to her home and that unless be departed he too would bo rrested Miss Lotendm was given a room In tho house by herself During the night Murphey entered tho room Miss Le tundra who weighs lees than 10 pounds fought for two hours for hej honor Thompson also assaulted her Miss Lctondra Jumped from a second story window and was brought back to tho house by Thompson She flnallj became unconscious Her condition it seriousThompson has made a confession ol his guilt Canoe Capsized Sioux City In July 20 French Anne a wealthy retired farmer of this city and his cousin Mrs John Mealy aged 30 of Lincoln III wore drowned in the Sioux river here by the capsiz ing of tho canoo In which they wore rowing Ordering Munitions Now York July 20A eUrlln cabli says Tho Japanese commission ol military experts sent have to order now guns and ammunition worth = 10000 OOQ has also ordered ten military tai loons A PALL OF THE DEEPEST GLOOf OVERHANGS THE LITTLE VILLAGI OF IONIA MICH One Out of Every Fifty of Its Inhab- Itants Kllleior Injured In Pere Marquette Wreck I Detroit July 22JIhe death list a a result of a collision near Salem be twoen an excursion train and a frelgh train stands at 31 but among tho lot injured In this city and Ionia eight art reported to bo In a serious condltiot and not out of danger There are 6 Injured people at their homes In load and 42 were brought to the hospital In this city for treatment Of the boat list of suffering persons at Ionia bu one Mrs M Durling whose husbam and son wore killed Is reported to b- In a dangerous condition Seven a tho Injured In the local hospitals an not yet out of danger These are Dan nor Huggins concussion of brain cub about tho head Mrs Catherine Sol bach aged 33 fractured ribs and internal Injuries John D Anderson frac tured skull fractured leg and Internal injuries Abraham Eddy sufforlnj from shock of wifes death Wllllan Deals back Injured Mrs Nellie Dad son spine Injured and Mrs Catherlr Smith skull Injurod Tins has been a day of grief and mourning In tho little city of Ionia which Is located 130 miles west d Detroit Mayor Bible says he call motes that ono in ovary 50 of tho cltyi inhabitants was either killed or Injured In the wreck and all of the membon of a citizens committee appointed when the extent of the catastrophe was realised were at work visiting the homes of tho dead and Injured and arranging for medical attention and assisting where it was necessary All of citys normal activities have prac tlcolly been suspended and every one Is devoting attention to the wreck victims One of the most pathetic cases of suffering is the Haas family which lost IU father and two sons A W wand six children are left nearly destltue by the death of Charles liar old and Paul Not until Sunday was the Identity of all the dead positively established and an accurate list made up All but five of the victims lived in Ionia Twentyfour of the dead whose homes were in Ionia will be burled in that city and 18 of the funerals will take place Monday Relief committee has asked that all business be suspend od in that city from 9 oclock until 4 in the afternoon both Monday and Tuesday and Ionia will truly be a city of mourning during both days FOUND IN SAND DUNES Was Nude Body of a Headless Womar Police Are Puzzled San Francisco July 22out among the sand dunes that front the ocean beach and near the south side liefsav lug station the nude and headless body of a weman was found by a boy who was hunting for rabbits In a tangled wild of shrubbery the nude form of the woman lay on a hillock of grass The severed head was a foot away from the body Fully 200 yards dis taut was found the scattered clothes of the womans garment that were torn and ragged sad spoKe mutely of the poverty of the wearer In the ghastly find the police of thU city have a mystery that may never be solved Had To Turn Back London July 22The Atlantic Transport Liner Minnesota Dipt Lavereek which sailed from this pots bound to Philadelphia was In collision near the Nowo Light Vessel In the Thames off Shearness with the small Wilson line steamer Lana of Hull rho Minnesota received consid erable damage and was compelled tc return to her dock at Tilbury The Zara sustained no damage and pro seeded on hex voyage Musician Commits Suicide PlUsburg Pa July 2Mrs Mop caret J King 35 years old a well known musician committed suicide bj cutting her throat at her homo aftoi playing TacholkowakyB Sixth Sym phony on tho piano Mrs King hat bcetitdespondont for a long time It It believed she was Impressed by tho act of the Russian composer who killed himself after writing tho Sixth Symphony and so killed herself following a rendition of the piece White Man Killed By Negro Macon Miss July 22 Mayes Hun ter son of a prominent railroad con tractor of this city was shot arid killed by Albert Carr a negro at Allcevllle Ala and a t ose of several hundred citizens are In pursuit of Carr The negro it is Stated was creating a des turbance and Hunter was killed while he was endeavoring to quiet him Fifty Dead In Sulphur Mine Rome July 22Flfty workmen art reported to have boen suffocated as the result of in a sulphur mine IE Glrgentl Sicily- Rock Island Flyer Wrecked El Paso Tex July 22Tho Colder State limited on the Rock Isiana road from Chicago to Los Angeles war wrecked at Corona N M repots saj that all the cars overturned except the observation car and that many wer Injured but nobody killed Train Turned Turtle Chattanooga Than July 22Cln clnnati k Jacksonville express on the Southern road was derailed at Roma Ga the engine mall car comblnatlot baggage and express car and soooad Class coach turning comolotely avert I t J USTATE ITEMS OF TERESTTI CITIZENS SKULL CRUSHED With a Bayonet By Soldier Loaning From Car Window Owensboro Ky John Arnold a bridge carpenter on tho Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad Is In a serious condition at his home at Sample as the result ol being bIt on the head with a bayonet by a member of tho Third Kentucky regiment Arnold was standing on a trestle watching tho passing of the special train bringing tho soldiers from the Jamestown encampment It la raid that one of the soldiers paned out ol the window and struck Arnold a blow on the head with his bayonet Ills skull was crushed and it was nooos nary to remove several pieces of ahat toned bone Had It not boon for a fel low workman tie would have fallen from the bridge Tho affair Is being Investigated THROUGH STONE WALL Plunged the Speeding AutoTwo Women Among the Injured Lexington Ky Failing to see Atone wall while scorching In an auto mobile on tho Nowtown pike Carl Schroute ran tho machine through the wall In the car at the time besides Schrouto were Miss Clara Martin Miss Lena Wilburn and Ray McCarty Mc Carty had several ribs broken and Is Internally Injured Tho women are bruised but not seriously hurt Schrouto has not been seen since tho accident As soon as It occurred he is said to havo deserted the party and is supposed to bo hiding In Parts or Cincinnati The car belonged to the Indiana 011 Refining Co of Georgetown but was In charge of Schroute Tho company did not know It Is said that he was using tho car for pleasure KENTUCKY PASTOR Lands In Jail After Spending Charity Cash TIs Alleged For Booze Owonsboro Ky After collecting quite a sum of money from church folk of Owensboro Rev Joseph Mun day of Louisville went to Henderson and it is alleged spent tho coin for boom become Intoxicated got into a fight In a hotel and was arrested Dr Munday says ho is collecting money with which ho some day will build a homo for fallen women Ha has been collecting money for this pur pose In Western Kentucky for five years but has not bought any build ing material yet He lectured In Ow onsboro and left owing several bills It Is charged Used a Spoon Louisville KyWJIh the handle ot- a spoon sharpened to A razors edge on tho concrete floor of his cell Beverly Jones a prisoner attho county jail at tempted suicide by cutting his throat and slashing an artery In his right wrist Jones was arrested a week ago on information from Kansas City whoro it is alleged he is wanted for the theft of 1200 He will probably rococr A Costly Throw Maysvllle KyCharles Spencer a C O conductor may loso an arts from injuries sustained near Hlgglns port In throwing a piece of paper out of the coach window his arm came in contact with a mall crane shattering tho limb so badly that fears ore en tertalnod that it will have to be am putated Fifty Days For Wife Beater Lexington KyFIfty days In the county jail Is the penalty given Joseph Walton by Justice Abner Oldham on the charge of wifebeating Tho mag istrates of this county have given no tice to wifeboaters that they will get tho limit whenever tho charge is proved against them He Just Rode Away Moyfleld KyCecil Harrell 16 son of A B Hnrroll Instead of going to the field to plow got on ha horse and rode away through tho woods His parents and relatives havo mode a close search of the surrounding country but nothing baa yot been heard of the boy Practiced SlxtyOne Years Louisville KyDr W G Ronald 54 the oldest physician In Jefferson county died at his home in Southern Heights after a long Illness He prac ticed modlclno in Louisville for Cl years A widow and ono son Allle G Ronald Unltod States clerk survlvo him Farmers Prostrated Lexington KyPat OHaro and Joe Corman while working on a farm In Nicholas county wero overcome with heat They are Improving but are in a serious condition Fell on the Track Louisville Ky Matthew Schmld 46- was overcome by tho heat while walk- Ing along the tracks of tho Southern railroad in tho western end of tho city lie fell prostrate to tho ground was truck by a switch engine which rounded a curve and was seriously Injured Drys Swept Harrison County Cynthlano KyIn itho local option election hold In Harrison county tho drys won by a majority of lCOO Cynthlana wherttho hjcgestiMghwas made was carrliiihjrtthi dryaliy 47 votes 1 DYNAMITED THE MACHINE Of a Non Association FarmerAnoth er NonMember Flogged Hopklnsville KyA thrashing ma chine owned by John Fields a non association farmer was dostroyrd on tho farm of Dr Word at Oak Grove by dynamite which was concealed In wheatTwo laborers wore injured John Gar rett having his leg broken and receiv ing internal Injuries mid James Brown receiving cuts on his arm and face Fields It is said toad been warned to join tho association before attempt- Ing to thrash wheat but had refused to do so There Is no clew to the Iden tity of tho parties placing the dyna mite In the wheat Another outrage iwas commuted when 25 masked men took Nathan litter 50 a Trlgg county farmer from his home and at the point of a shot gun mercilessly flogged htm with a rawhide whip Before releasing him he was brutally kicked1 and otherwise mistreated Ills wife who leas heart disease fainted when she saw her husband dragged away and she Is in a nervous condition Hester was a former member of the Farmers association but Is said to havo deserted several months asa and has not heeded warnings to ratio no more tobacco and wheatC- ONDEMNED TO D1EV Murderer of Three Men Seeks Solitude That He May Pray Louisville KyWith but one thought In his mind the mystery be hind the scaffold and wishing to make his peace with God Clarence Sturgeon under sentence for tho murder of three men at Eleventh and Jefferson streets ono year ago has askcd Janis John R Pfanz to separate him from tho other prisoners that he may spend his tUne reading his Bible and In prayer Since ho has taken up religion Stur goon says ho no longer is troubled with horrible dreams of the terrible tragedy for which he Is soon to pay tho penalty or of the subsequent suicide of tho woman In the case Tho date of tho execution has not been fixed by tho governor Former College President Expires Louisville KyRev L G Barbonr D D formerly president of Caldwell female college at Danville and later a member of the faculty of Central urn versify and ono of the boat known cdu cators in tho south died at the rest dence of his daughter Miss Caroline F Barbour in this city Mr Barbour was a native of Danville and tho son of tho Into Maj James Barbour an of ficer In tho American army in the war of 1812 He was 78 years of age and had been In declining health for soy oral months Smallest Soldier In the World Lexington KyJohn Wash Jr 22 a member of Company D of the state guard of Lawrencoburg is the small est soldier In the world He la but I feet 8 Inches high and weighs 130 pounds He arrived hero on his way to tho encampment at Jamestown In spite of his small stature ho carry his Springfield rifle and drills with oth or members of tho company Ho claims that his growth was stopped by his standing on his bead too much while a youth Noted Woman Dead Glasgow KyMrs Martha Lawrence tho last child of the late Isaac Goodnight tho first white child born In Kentucky died at her homo on Bar ron river near Lawrence Rend aged SO years She was the widow of Rob crt Lawrence who died three months ago and to whom tho was married 60 years She reared a family of 12 chit dren all but two Ot whom survive her Officers Indicted Prestonburg Ky8herltnWraStura bo and several other officers of Floyd county have been indicted hero on the charge of ponfeasance for their failure to arrest Henry J Nathan and Lee Fitzpatrick who are charged with the murder of Andy Coburn In the court house hero last month They surrendered to Squire Banks Ball was fixed at 1000 each Tried to KIN His Wife Lexington Ky Crazed by tho heat George Haydon a farmer residing on the Tates Crock pike In Madison Count is said to havo become suddenly Insano and to have attempted to kill his wife Ho rwasnrreslod on the charge of lunacy His wKe said she believed that the hoot had unbalanced his mind Killed In His Home Leltohflold KyIn an electrical storm Byron Cross of West ditty this county was struck by lightning and Instantly killed when sitting In his home with his family Company I Louisville KyTho Clayton Hotel Co which has been operated for tho past tour months under tho manage ment of H M Secor and Julius Seel bach filed a deed of assignment Jso schedule of assets and liabilities was given Dashed Against a Rock Rwlng Ky Overcome by heat when l riding on a lord of hay JoromoMoo reI65 of this place fell to tho striking his head against a rock Ha hopefor t 9- I j J 000800000000000000000000000- i East Kentucky Correspondence ii News You Get Nowhere Else f 0 o I llo corrtipondenc pnbUihed Bleu ilcntA IB loll fcy the writer The acme iItnot tot publication but at ui trldiac of rood filth Writ plainly n nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnuouuuuvvv w NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II The time to start is in the fall W A Cope is All Right Mr W A Cope candidate for state representative to be nominated by the Republicans In the primary election Saturday Aug 10th Is a man In 011 ways worthy of the position He wai born In Jackson county and has won distinction as a student at Boron nnd as a public spirited and good citizen at his home The Citizen bellow In Mr W A Copo as It believes In Mr Dean the other candidate nnd Is happy In the certainty that in nny case a good man is going to the next Legislature JACKSON COUNTY MIDDLE IcOItIC July 191116 Delia Latham Is vte lung her sister Mrs Edna E Tussec this week Mr Bei Tus oy and Joe Fllnohum attended Sunday school at Letter Box Sunday Mr Henr DrownIng and family who were re ported su low with flux we are gin to say are improving Mablon Summers and wife of Etowah Tenu have moved back to Livingston and have been visiting friends and relatives hero this week Nannlo Summers and Nina Angel visited their slater Marl Gabbard TuesdayMr Joseph Flinch um who left here some time ago IB sick and has been visiting friends and relatives for the past two weeks Rev James Baker closed a ten daS 1 meeting at this place Sunday Mlste Letha and Vlrgle Summers visile Minnie and Allle Angel Thursda night Miss Demla Cole and Mr Dan guests of Mi Lear were the welcome and Mrs Isaac Lear Sunday night has bought 1 Mr John Summers graphaphbne There was a surprls candy party given at Wos Angel Tuesday night HURLEY July 19lr Jerome Hellard begin Monday with a very his school here large attendance The farmers arc of their oat very busy taking care and grassQulte a crowd from this place attended county court at MoKe witnesses In the Morris Tuesday as caseMra W tL and and McCollum Mrs John Isaacs of near Waneta vis Mr and Mrs Pales Ited their parents Saturday and Sunda tine Gabbard nlchtsSarah Angel entertained quit a number of young folks Sunday after noon Dave Gabbard says he has fin- Ished and is going his corn and oats next week Into the stave business Grover a Gabbard of Black Lick wa Hurley Saturday and among friends at SundayMr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr and Ellhu and Clara Hurley wll visit Mrs Hurleys parents Mr and Mrs W M Isaacs of near Egypt Fri day Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs D B Marrls and others of BIrch Lick passed thru hero Saturday 01 their way home from Horse Lick where they had been on a fishing trip Mr and Mrs Jacob H Gabbard Sr entertained quite a number of friends at their home Sunday Andie little Mrs Jake Marrls Is Jon of Mr and quite sick Blackberries are selling al five cents a gallonEverybody is preparing for the association to be held here beginning Friday Sept 27th MOOHES CREEK July 10The series of meetings held by Elder J S Baker closed Sunday There were many additions tc the church Tho school at this place began Monday with Geo C Johnson of Moores Creek Ky as teacher Mr Dan Angel was the guest of Jos eph Tussey Tuesday The political sit uatlon Is growing warm here in the 71st Representative district Robert Baker and J F Dean are the aspir ants The other two candidates believe that discretion was tho better part of valor It Is thought that Bak er will sweep Pond Creek district since Dr Morris and Wm Cope have quit the field AXNVILLE July 19Last Saturday and Sunday was the regular monthly meeting ol tho Baptist church Rev Anderson Cornelius preached to a large and attentive congregation Mr Wm Isaacs was In Louisville last week on busi ness Miss Click of Kerby Knob passed through here lost weekCapt Jackson Morris of Washington D C and mother of near Cassia were vis itors here Sunday Capt Morris was on his way home from the Jamestown Exposition Born to Mr and Mrs Sam Nelson a fine girl last Satur I f II day There Is a big demand for I blackberries this yearDr and Mrs A T Neal Mr James Price and fam- Ily and Miss Pearl Medlock took dinner with Mr and Mrs Lee J Webb last Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Andrew Gabbard a big boy last Tuea dayMr and Mrs James Price and little son Earl ot Hamilton Ohio are visiting at tho home of Mrs Prices father Mr John Medlook Joe Johnson went to Breathitt count tho first of the week to buy a drove of cattle Moso Edwards Is making good headway on his store house hero The candidates for Representatlv are all hustling They have less that a month to finish their talklng Mrs Ellen Bernard of Covington who has been visiting her mother for two 1lon1dayIIssCreek attended church here Sunday John Johnson of Hamilton Ohio came home last Saturday to visit horn folks a few days EVHUGUKEX July 20Roy Drew and Jacob Lake of Nlcholasvlllo Ky are vlsltlnt friends on Little ClovorJ W Jona completed a Job of mowing In three days and a half for Ed Lake Mr Emory G Amyx and Miss Lothn As bill were quietly married today at the home of the bride Wo wish thom much Joy Green Lake attendee church at Horse Lick last Sunday A picnic Is to bo held at Loan Otk next Sunday livery body is Invited ALCOUX July 2iThe farmers are general ly speaking about through with their crops There are several oaeee of tr phold fever In this locality Mrs Elizabeth Wells died July IS and wai burled at the J B Rose graveyard She leaves a host of relatives nnd friends to mourn her toesA revive at Happy Top conducted by Rev Mo Gulre and Rev Winkler has Jml closedWe have three successful Sun day schools here They are conducted by Revs O W Keeling and C Cop page at Happy Top Blantons Flat and Burnt School house The school In this section are all in seaelon with a good attendance Mj W W Durban thinks of going to Hamilton Ohio next week to work a few mouths ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Balloon Races and Fireworks art special features of the Brodhead Fair held August 14 to 1G 1907- JIOONK July 2ZA revival meeting Is belnj held at Fairview church Rev Chas Wilson Is conducting tho service and doing much good Miss Jennie Chas teen visited Miss Dora Coyle Sunday Rev Charles Wilson and Rev J F Phelps were guests of Mrs Mettle Coyle SundayMr and Mrs George Lamb returned to their home flea Dreyfus Monday Talltha Coyle vis Ited Nellie Grant Sunday MIsa Daisy Lambert attended services Monday Mr Leonard Spence of Boron visited Marian Smith Sunday Liza Dobs of near here died Wednesday the 19th Her remains were taken to Scaffold Cano for burial Eden Wren wh was badly burned Is not expected tc live BREATHITT COUNTY- ATIIOL July 22The farmers of this place are getting very nearly through with their corn and oatsMr W M Bowman began his school at Ivy Patch last Monday Leslie Combs of Lo rose has returned from Lexington where ho has been in the hospital for some time on account of blood pots onRev C E Taylor preached a Mill Branch last Sunday Mrs Lou Gabbard of St Helens has been vis- Iting friends and relatives of this place for tho last few days GARRARD COUNTY VALtAOETON July 14John Gabbard and family ot Berea were the guests of Gabbard Co of this place last Sunday July TMisses Clara and Mary Bowlln were the welcome guests of R H So per and family last WednesdayS W Wylle is suffering with a severe cold 0 L Gabbard and wife visited CI C Blanton and family of Berea last Friday night Fannio Brockman was the guest of her mother Mrs G S DakcrlandRobert Gentry were at R H Sopers last SundaySteve Halcomb returned from Richmond last Sunday He went to seo his wife who underwent an operation a few days ago She Is getting along nicely Mr and Mrs R H Soper are the proud parents of a new girl who arrived July 19Mr and Mrs Felix Eatrldge have a now baby boy at their homo f CAUTE115V1LIK July 19Rev Rash of Wlnohosto SundaYINextregular appointment hero Farmers are stacking wheat all over this oem nmiilty and tho wheat crop Is rgood Meadows too are goodUU08 Adlo and Pearl Bonlti visited the aunt Mrs Rhoda Wylie Wodnosda night Mr Joo Wylie is no better Mrs J B Carter and Miss Mnmlo Carson visited Mrs George AllIni Wednesday Mrs Jem Wave and daughter Miss Len visited down on Buckeye last week Missos Panic nnd Maggie Clark spent tho day with their aunt Mrs Ellen Ballard of near Wnl lacoton last TuesdayBlack berries are soiling at ton cents a gallon all about hero Irish potatoes are fillo this oorTl1o new church house at Paint Lick will bo dedicated the fin Sunday In August CLAY COUNTY IIUIININO SllUNGS July 32Wo are now having idea ant summer weather after the rauei needed showers of last weekWlta Malvery Rawllng who has been on the sick list for some time It no tatter Her friends are anxious for a speedy recovery Rev A D Colllni tho pioneer preacher tilled his regular appointment last Saturday and Sumla and preached In his usual aWe style More than usual interest was maatfMt edMlee HRRgen resumed kw Suiuln school work after an absence of two month She visited the Jamwtowi Exposition friends In Philadelphia and at her home In Beech Creek Pa She brought bask a flue Scotch eoJH pup which has been much admired ball who have seen it Its name wf1l be Trlxle Alexander Smith is tke happy father of a bright inUrestlB baby boy Rebeeea his daughter sub attended the Model schools of Deren College is spending her vacation nt home Theophllus Jewell the enterprising farmer line finished his eorn and is now busily engaged In drilllm l1Tho Sunday school doss of Mis Haagen will be given a picnic err soon OWSLEY COUNTY TIL1 MLLI1IcS LEST July lBThe farmers hero are ery busy gathering In their harvest coats and grass 5ohool opened a this place Monday July II with So P Caudell teacher Mr CaudelUea goof I teacher having taught in Powell Lee and Owsley counties Mr II Under wood our Jeweler is building a neW dwelling house at this place On Sun day evening last we had quite an Interesting lecture delivered to us at our Sunday school by Mr Fellmy of Berea KyMr Robert W Creech who has been ill since October Is stll growing weaker J D Herd our den tlst made a business trip to Heldsl berg last week LESLIE COUNTY tVAIt IIIIASOU July Z1The school at Ryo Coy began the 15th it is progressing von nicely with Mr Juo Wilson as in struotor Mr R J Lewis our lead ing merchant of War Branch is plan nlng to go out west We regret verj much that Mr Lewis is to leave us as he Is one of our very best citizens Mr Amon Brock will visit horn folks at War Branch soon News wai received of Mr Brocks accident while fireman on the railroad a few weeks ago which caused a general excitement thruout the neighborhood Brock wad reared at War Branch and has a host of friends here Rev Peter Wilson preached an interesting sermon a War Branch Sunday Mr Jim Beg Icy spoke at R J Lewis store the 16th in tho interest of L D Lewis candidate for Circuit Judge Mr Deg ley made a fine speech and was enjoyed by ull who heard hlmPrlmary election Is to be held July 20th and things are getting pretty lively Misses Susie and Manda Farmer nt ended church at Asher Ky Sunday Mr William Blusher and Levi Pen ilngton made a Business trip U Straight Creek Wednesday Mr and Mrs J n Smith Mr and Mrs Wm frock of Wilton Ky are expected at War Branch Aug 1st for tho sum norMr and Mrs Bill Paco are expected to visit Mr and Mrs James dock soon Miss Nancy Brock returned home a few weeks ago She had been absent for thirteen months and was much pleased to be back home again Joe Slusher went to Salts MondayMrs Jno Myers la visiting friends and relatives at War ranch She will start for Idaho next veek Chester Lewis Is very sick Mrs Janetto Gamble has been uncon icloua for tho past few days but is now slowly improving A party was lven at Mr Will Coxs all reported a good tlmelIr Amon Brock Jr lasted Jas Brock SundayMr and Mrs Aleck Brock were visitors at Mr and Mrs Jas Brocks Sunday A Sunday school is to be organized at Rye Cove school house very soon It is toped that all will take a lively Interest In the workCrops are looking fine throughout tho neighborhood t 1 ILAUREL COUNTY Annual Bxhl county Fair Co will be held In London August 21 to 30 HARLAN COUNTY Sunday School Convontlon nKlitcrlnl DUtrlct No H llnrlnii County Kentucky MvrUnt Lnynuin School houluga lUO7Ui3Oniu Program 1 Devotional Uxercleo Jarvis Noo J How to Conduct a S S v n The opening oxcrclios who and how long Miss Llsslo Hownr b How conduct the lesson period and how much time Jltos c Nora Hownr Co What shall tho closing oxerols be and how long Aimer C Jon S Pastors UelaUen to the S S Jessie hewer 4 The Use and Abute of the Quai oily D N Suodgra L Noon Recess C What the Association work Is Arthur Dalle 7 Election of Officers for the linen Ing Year fUIow to Secure and IIoM Meabera J W alaltai 9 Does the S S Par and Why C L Slmpm Bach subject Is open for general dieI e lon after being lutrodmeil bJ the person assigned and syeafcers time limited to II minutes Everybody Is cordially Invitee Please some with something to my s the above subjects J W Mabata Pras D N SftOdgrsM Seey OHIO NEWS HAMILTON July 10Tlte sultry day have sell at test The thermoaeter has lies holding Its heed high during UM weal regleterlBg as high as 100 degrees Some terrific storms have visited sac llton daring Ute put two weeks IIotq extewrtve damage Meeerm Sewer Marsh and Chas FteBery of 11er College are now employed as brick iayera In Cincinnati Mrs Lip Pelt ner who WAS reported sick to iiproving and has returned with her father to his home la Perry eouHjy Ky where she will remain for a while un til she fully rewrem Jaeob Toed has resigned as physical director of the Y M C A Vo go to Cameo O He will be svoweded by Lenta IL Mat leraby of Mobile Ala Mlsc Jeanli Wilson formerly of Owsley oonnty Kentucky but who has ban living III Hamilton during this year left Thurs day for FayeUvllle Arkatwas wltan she will live with her brother for sow time According to the annual repor of County Recorder Braun the averagi value of farm lands sold In BuUe county last year was J5S67 an acre Rer Gantz pastor of the Westmlnlstei Presbyterian church here is speMlIm his vacation in the state of Wasblngtoi and will conduct a series of lvloeat- hero Mr and Mrs George Dick of Berea are making an extended viM with homo folks in Hamilton Mr and Mrs Granvil Johnstons girls are spending their vacation vlsitlnt their grand parents In Kentucky Their son Enoch has also gon back to stay for a while owing to declining health Miss Jennie Wilson Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard and twin girls Bessie and Hazel visited Mr and Mrs E E Flanery at Cincin nati Saturday and SundayThe Ham llton Iron and Steel Co are building a large plant at Coko Otto just north of Hamilton Senator J B Forakei will give tho opening address today at Miami Valley Chautauqua on National Topics Over GOO tents and CO cottages are occupied with people from all over southern Ohio and some from distant states Tho Springfield Cadet Band Is on hand and will remain during tho entire session of eighteen days Wm J Bryan wll speak July 30 and John T Graves of Tennessee Aug lClerk of Courts Larsh has completed his tabulation of the reports of the assessors showing that Butler county has 16954 voters which by the usual method of compu tation gives this county a population of 07710 while Hamilton alone has a population of 20852 With a territory to be annexed Hamilton will havo a population of about 35000 people The Champion Coated Paper Co are getting ready to attach electric motor power to most of the machinery in th coating mill Tho mill will probably be shut down one or two days next week in order to Install the motors and set shafts Their new paper mill will possibly bo In operation by tho last of the year Clothes Reveal the Man A quiet study of the Individual whoa prono to make weird appearances In his personal adornment will generally find him to be lacking In stam- Ina shifty In his methods and Incapable of bringing his mind to bear upon any situation or difficulty requiring decision forethought and cal culation upon tho idiosyncrasies of human nature Outfitter EASTERN KENTUCKY DIRECTORY If you havo any Intorosts In tho Mountains thoso are tho people you will find fair and frlondly LETCHER COUNTY Citizens Bank ofWhitesburg Iiirorxirntrtt CAPITAL 15000 J II rilIUU Ircldeut WHITESBURG KENTUCKY Slyer and Baker Attorneys Notary Public U S Comr WHITESBURG KENTUCKY J DISIIMAN FITZPATRIOK Ihjrttntnii niul Surgruit Phono 21 WhltOBburg Ky I GARRARO COUNTY ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky for earl the and day Its want TO Ntty JIH alJlJ1t bast wilt al ar mw whrrlrTIIi y sr a TIle on ski bcoak now TO OLD kp TIle heauyw Ilk tell wa roe tartMet h yt Jar beuw end w 54 west and over thirty h eous you wet IfOt w wbMbn Mad 2115 yps w1 ilia llM ll yuuTIle 11118 yaw was HOW TO 1MY loll TIIII Cht 111 fer line iw atarRy Mad t1 taeuay INIt OUT sly w eon Inyea- su wW ptlttt JULY That ea Ibet remr tW up 357 I Yei the dal lIMa bursas we pad Hit sot pluxtlle yrwwr her txu many three matter THAT REASONED Pet the Best of Situation Talking tho ability of anI- mals to rear said a citizen you ought to see my oat Ho Is a and tho tho family le sitting the no objection Is to hit Jumping up the and walking round to bo potted Out ono ho has learned by dint of several whippings Is that he on the It Is for a ono recently wo came tho theater we decided to a supper and my spread a over the of The cat then on the room Walking to tho ho was to up he caught ot tho over one end It was that ho was puzzled ho to tho end that hart no hesitated and then returned to look at end that con tho My wife and I still to him and wo had no that ho was assuring himself that tho was At length ho up on a by the so as to Its top The half of tho at ho sat was free the and finally hr very climbed up on the and slowly crossing over to the half contained the sat at the very Too lor one Volume ScribblerMy new Is I My Puytor you call It I Didnt Tell My WlfoTr Scribbler Publishers limited mo to ono volume Healthy As a rulo Into the with an unblemished and Is no ever that this condition should not continue If In charge of It bo guided by instead of led astray by which are in reality moro disease Grand Macazlno LESLIE COUNTY 4 HYDEN CITIZEN BANK HYDEN Prompt Service Security Saving LEWIS LAND SURVEYOR HYDEN KY Sure Boundaries JANE SCHULL GENERAL MERCHANT All clothing FAmily Supplltt etc CHEAPEST Strictly for TneMosern Woman JiIIUSIIcart such as are she ON Mm principles as she conduct a or a taMar Silo hockey and c fsaeea sad s IN to dec vetop her muscle lVuprincipally because It Is the fmWsVa but also bsoauM as an ethereal d hu tante stared me the so If you to a man Ladles THE CITIZEN Berea Ky n11LV119 toweed111III ThraNuPhtornwA we M ar ioir I ruseaaIu 111111 a trpt M Clu It o avraIrelayoaeegtvhtawowub rMtI r4enyut pOonnuuIlnIUNrrNr 111str w ellyoed foe a taspeelw t eadMulh Or tw o r weae II ksi4JlooM raopk Boesky or U Renee UIe ol t bt1L w a CITl7I- TtHt ii eArooua as ator e CItUta B er M a loIfk a loa MI11LN FOUL TI3IK 1U7NH et MNwLe 5111 lbprper which u Upee Mw- lwaw t 1 st fA Y Mr t er tNee 4 MmtMlnooso4aliekad it a it It It ato tMIIftrl ru eoUr-tyar I c5asred w or 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AT RESIDENCE CENTER ST PHONE 50 C F LICENSED EMBALMED- AND UNDERTAKER SucccMor to B It Robinson All call promptly attended to night and day Telephone No 4 lleren try Dr W G BEST DENTISTOIT OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST lOrncx Over Trlntlnc Office BEREA KY Jome8 hours from 8 to 4 Phone lab Teeth Islr without pain Somnoforme