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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0000000000000g BEREA PUBLISHINOiCO INcoIt1oRATDIo 01sluerrda4SM lofof II11 BtfflJliroUfCOftd oclewmauinaM r oooooooooooooc IX Fifo conts a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY 1 1007 One Dollar a year No7 NEWS THE WEEK The Hay woo States Rights Question Again The final speech of the prosecution In the Haywood case was made by Senator Dorah on July 20 Ho used only the evidence of the witnesses for the defense and made a masterly ef fort to show that Harry Orchard was merely used as a tool by the officers of tho Federation ot Miners The de fense seems to be beaten on every hand The case went to the Jury last SaturdayOn morning July 28th Wil liam D Haywood walked forth from tho trial at Boise a free man After twentyone hours deliberation the Jury acquitted him of the charge of complicity In tho murder ot Oov Steunenberg ot Idaho Tho verdict was rendered In spite of tho strongest evidence against tho aroused liven Haywoods counsel was completely surprised at tho decision Tho prose cuting attorneys feel that there Is IIttlo possibility of Justice being rendered In Boise It was at first ru mored that the state would give up the cases of Moyor and Pottlbone at l r tc ithls reverse but Gov Goofing Is statement declaring that the prosecution will not elve up Dot the better citizens are discouraged The Federation ot Misers are matters ot the situation and when they please to kill a sofbrnor and then force the court to aoqvtt him whose business Is It What with the BerkhamHar gUXuody oofiiblu In Kentucky and the Moy PUlbon Haywood gang to Idaho the country has a poor rhauce to keep Us records clean The ok question of states rights the generally supposed to have been spitted by Uw civil war la being re vived In u South Recently the state of North Carolina paeeed a law fliitin puMBpr and freight rates on the mllrued doing business In the mate The railroads refused to com ply with the law and carried the iaw Into the federal ooort The judge ddild that the law Is not just and grunted an Injunction But the guy ernor of the state refuse to reoognli tb courts decision ned prominent North Carolina people say that tits tin ID to be carried to the Supreme Court and that Hun Will law J Dry an is to be chief counsel for the atate- agalnat the federal court The real question Is only a technical one of jurisdiction and It Is probable that the state has the right ot It The attorneys fur Caleb Powers who in on trial for his life at George tuxvo Ky any they will carry the rose to the United Statue Supreme Court It Powers is not acquitted The aiial will be made on a writ of error with the hope that the pardon grant ed by William S Taylor will bo rue ognized AS legal Decadence of Notes When I was a girl tho arlitaoratlo nose was high beautifully moWed rising In a delicately waving ridge and at the tip standing well out frem tho taro and not turned up But now the fashion has completely changed The pretty women one sees portrayed In II lustrated papers and magazines very seldom have much to speak ot in the way of noses The Throne I I THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People 11Vol KENTUCKY OF Trial REV IIKNKY M IKNNIMAN Prof Henry M Ponnlmnn whoso portrait wo present this week in one of tho most popular mon in Kentucky and 1ms n large acquaintance out dido tho State Just now ho Is upending his vacation time In work for Tho Citizen and tho benefit of tho people in g nurnl by onmrBingourllHtof serilors Wherovor Prof Penniman goes ho Oneill Tho Cltlzun well apprjlol ntotl and lens boon securing from n dozen to forty now In a day Prof Ponnlmnn was tho son of n fnnnur in MnRsaohuHottB and once worked on the farm of time famous t mp rnnoo orator John II Gough Ho was ix student nt Brown University the oldest Baptist Institution in AmorloA and received from that venerable Institution n scholastic dogroq nt the lust Commencement He also completed the tlieologionl course nt Andover Seminary Ho ling had miaooflsful tMiHturngeH In Now Ilampnliiro Iowa and Chlongo and for ton years linn been identified with the work of Karen Collego Kverywiiere ho goes people nt once raoaf nze him ns n bghenrt l earnest eonipflntoiinlile man i I DR COOKS TRIP TO THE NORTH I Dr and Mrs Cook with Use baby fjerkard leave August lilt tort three i relaUY1baAlgonquin Illinois where he was pea tor In 1100 and 1ML On August lltk bo preachee In Ue Pint Cowl I church of Chicago Thin to OM of UM otdat and largest drarehet In te city It waa organised before the civil war by members of another church who were opposed to slavery and could not feel contented In a church which coon teeianesd that great eel This church kM been for halt a century a leader and mother to many other church there being over seventy Congl chn boa In Chicago now that have I been horn and grown rep since the dear old First was founded Dr Cooks sermon there In the morning win to on AnimalReligion and God n Hgton and In the erenlag on For glrlnt One Another On August 18th Dr Cook preaches Iin the Learnt 8t Congregational ohureh one of the strong children ot the First There will be only the morning service there and Ute terwon will be on What must I believe orI what can I believer Mr Luther Shadoln will have oliarga of the Cltlsen office In Dr Cooks ab HflMIMlxed HI Quaker Former ItopreeenlaUve Charles T Cherry was tolling same Ben at Bnrlngflald the other day of n baggage man In nn UHaoIs town to whleb a number of tnQueallal Quakers were coming The baggage man oavoetved tho Idea that It the visitors thought he too was a Quaker business might bo helped thoroby Consequently up on tho arrival of the delegation at tho station tho loader was greeted by the baggage man who nollollouaiy asked Has thou the cheeks for thou bag gage And yet ho wondered why the Quakers smiled spu+o+o +o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o+o TheI+i Safety I of a Bank I f o t 11lwro are two thiiiRH upon which tho safety of every bank defI t nemlfl nnd upon which It la always safe to base a judgment regard + o ct1QT business ability of tho olllcorn of tho hnnk o aroII+ 0 O toot our tookholdors under thu lawn of Kentucky is 60000 more a 0 totnl of 110000 + I You know our officers nnd directorshero they are t J J Moore Pres J W Herndon L T Fists W H Porter Cashier Chat Burdette JE Johnson P Cornelius A W Stewart J W Diimore I BEREA BANK TRUST CO orTHESAFE BANK 0o +o+e+o+o++o+e+o+o 0+00o+o+o+o 0+oPo 0+o+o 0+ THE PACIFIC GARDEN MISSION By Rev A E Thomson D D On Van bran street Chicago a couple of blocks eat of the great La tail street fly station used to be a saloon called The Pacific Garden About the yearllTC CoL George Clark About the year 181 CoL George Clark ChleaaollaMmanity of that great city gave up money making hired the ground bIaI of UaJa building and established a cue mlMion there keeping the old name sad calling the e The Pad tie Garden Mlaeloa rtup every night la tin week and on Sunday for day meetings and there baa not been a sight since the mission was opened that lost men haw not been seeking Mlvatton there It U a rescue mission for men Few women are seen there except workers and visitors It lies outside the host business section of Chicago iteer the slums of South Clark street I plan whenever poe th4e to spend an evening there CoL Clark went to his reward some years ago and the work Is now carried on by Harry Monroe one of the convert ot Col Clerks labors assisted by Mr Clark who Is always present The room Is dingy with none of the ordinary attractions of a place of wor- shiP except the scripture texts on the wall the pulpit and cabinet organ and a lifeelse picture ot Col Clark Its In one of the noisiest parts of tho city and the oampany that gathers is very llkoly to contain some so drunk that they have to bo put out I talked with one man so drunk that I could with difficulty keep him quiet during prayer or when instructions wore be lug given to tho enquirers On tho night ot Friday July 12 having loft Berca in the morning I reached tho mission otter the service had opened and took a seat In tho rear Tho room was hardly halt full Lost souls do not flock to the place of salvation there any more than elsewhere A man not connected with tho Mission tins preaching After ho had finished Harry Monroe called for testimonies from Christians One man well dressed with intelligent face told ot his slavery to drink At the time of his conversion ho had not been sober for three years Ho was in Grand Rapids Mich and went on a bridge determined to end his life in tho river The face of his baby that ho had not seen for those three years came up before him Ho went away but came back bent on suicide This time a policeman was standing on the bridge Again ho went away for a time but when ho returned the policeman was still there Then he turned Into a mission conducted by a Mr Trotter of whoso noble work I have often heard and was led to the Lord and saved Now his home re established his business prosperous ho loves to toll other lost men of his Savior Another man who I think was rescued in tho Pacific Garden Mission told his story his salva tionOthers gave brief testimonies The Harry Monroe called on those who wanted salvation to come forward That gave a chance to those of us who sat in the rear or scattered thru the room and who knew Christ to help Soon a number of men seven as nearly its I could see were on their THE HARVEST OF YOUTH A wise man sows that which will bring him the largest and best harvest Manhood and womanhood are the harvest of the years of youth What the boys and girls from fifteen to twenty years old shall do will settle very largely the whole life afterwards If most of the people were blind or deaf then we could readily see how much richer would be the lives of liveinthey can do more A good education gives a person new eyes and ears He can see what the people around him cannot see He can hear and understand what does not mean anything to others He is trained so that he can do a great many things that other people cannot do His larger richer more useful to others and more en joyable for himself Isnt it worth some extra work for the father and mother to be helping their children to a grand noble life by sending them off to College The seed sown on the farm among the hills may bring a large harvest or a weatherTheeducation is sure to bring a big harvest in all the lat er years Now is the time to sow it when the children want to go to College When they get a little older they wjll not care to go and if they did go it would not youngthegreat crops When the children get older the ground is harder and more barren Young people if you want the best harvest in the worldspend your early years in getting a Christian Col lege Education I knees In front of the pulpit each with- a worker by his Bide and eaeh man seemed to take the promise of Christ 8tdvaUiJlII all hold out but that everywhere But any One the power of the Ooaitol and the reality of the grace of Qodlet him go to that mission It to not a place of noise save as the railwayIlOfMUiUt t It to a plane of Iowadlt1t earnestness In seeking lost men and hundred ones ruined by drink and all the view which go with It look buck gratefully to the Pacific Garden Mission and Its faithful workers A B Thomson TWENTYONE DOLLARS AND FIVE CENTS This is the amount you should have to start with Clt tho opening of the fall term Sept 1L It covers dollar deposit Incidental fee roomrent and I all school expenses for tho fall term ot fourteen weeks except the deferred payment on board due at the middleI of tho term which amounts to 046 I At end of term when you leave you got back your dollar deposit so that the fourteen weeks of schooling cost only 2050 If you pay in full the first day It is only 8000 Besides this you are paid for what work you do for the Institution Suppose this was only five cents an hour for seven hours a week It would amount to 490 leaving the cash out lay for the fourteen weeks only 2410 Surely this is cheaper than staying a homeNobody need stay at home or attend any school except the best when the best Is in reach ot all Save up that UL0511 GREAT NAMES IN DIRECTORY Many Namesakes ot Famous Lights of Literature A study of the new London Direc tory which this year scales 13 pounds Is extremely Interesting la tho case of literature we are accustomed to regard the names of great authors as ending with them yet tho greatest ot English writers has several name sakes scattered over London William Shakespeare professor of singing al most alone carries on tho artistic tra dltlont the name but there Is some thing quite Elizabethan in tho address Green Lanes appertaining to Henry Shakespeare a grocer John Bunyan Is anothor grocer In what Londoners will describe as tho Edgware road William Blake is a beer retailer a craft that Is far removed from songs of Innocence Chaucer Is a name that seems to have absolutely dropped out Milton ot course Is fairly com mono although tho only John Mlltona are a ship chandler and a chiropodist neither of them poetic avocations Keats occurs a few times but there if no John Keats Curiously enough there Is not a single Keblo but there Is one Defoe The name of Bronco Is owned very appropriately by a woman but she makes clothes Instead ot nov els Good Advice Be slow In believing an Intessman- fa his material cause CALEB POWERS TRIAL Protests Against Special Judge Rob bins Hargls May Be Tried Again Grinstead Nominated for Mayor of Louisville The lawyers for Caleb Powers in the coming trial at Georgetown will proto against special Judge Rabbins on the ground that Robbing shawod prejudice In favor of the prosecution in the for mer trials It is yet possible that Jim Hargis may be tried again for the murde of Dr Cox S S Taulbee county judge of Breathltt county announce that an effort will be made to secure another trial on tho ground that who the prosecution withdraws a ease can not bo dismissed but must bo held l over till the prosecution is In attend lance Lawyers have found a similar ease In the judicial records ot th state of Massachusetts Judge Taulbee says that the people of Breathltt are disgusted with the outcome of the trial at Sandy Hook For more than a year after the murder ot Dr Cox no new houses were built In tho town ot Jackson because the people were afraid ot the lawless element that reigned at that time Tho Republican convention nominated J F Grinstcad for mayor of Louis ville by acclamation G W Smith who was the strongest competitor ol Grinstead before the convention met urges every member ot the party to support the ticket The whole ticket is practically the same as It was in the last election STARS ON COINS AND FLAG Little Heraldry Lore Shown In the Five and Six Points The stars on the great seat and tho seal of the president of tho United States are fivepointed while on tho seal of the house of representatives they are sixpointed The 13 stars on tho obverse of tho present half and quarter dollar are fivepointed The reverse of tho present half and quar ter dollar is a copy Or the great seal except that the clouds aro omitted It is evident that heraldry has not taken a very strong hold in these matters In tho United States therefore it is not In the power of anyone to say without a doubt why the difference In tho stars on the flag and the coins So far as is known with tho exception of the reverse of the present half and quarter dollar tho stars on American coins are copied from the colonial coins which were no doubt made after the manner of English heraldry while the flag was made up after the design of Washingtons coat of arms containing three fivepointed stars What Ailed Him The village philosopher looked un happy Whats the trouble asked the village cutup Indigestion said the philosopher I suppose Its the mince pie I indulged In last night Mince pie nothing I knowwhats the matter with you and Im not sorry It hurts either Youre too full of old saws you are and Its no wonder they have turned nn you at last opotiopoiosupuoteoYOpollopopoJeo I o on page six Good for o o hot weather m 0 ooSso oooaloslooleoroeolotson q j 1 AUGUST subscribers THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of the Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak j ors and Writers Nor love thy life nor hate but what thou llvest live well John Milton Circumstances are beyond the con trol of man but his conduct Is In his own power Beaumont j To learn obeying Is the fundament i al art of governing Thomas Car lyleaThere are loyal hearts there are There spirits true are braveIThen give to tho world the best you have And the best will come back to you Madeline S Bridges He that does good for goods sake l seeks neither praise nor reward tho I sure of both at last William Penn Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt Shakespeare Talk happiness The world Is sad enough Without your woo No path Is wholly rough Look for the places that are smooth and clear And speak of thorn to rest the weary 0oear I Of earth so hurt by one continuous strain Ii Of UpainElla Wheeler VlleoxrChief Contents of This Number 1 PAGE ONI ItNews of The Wee- kIrotluenimnn 14l1hrlnlThJlnMftOt of Youth The Inolflo Clnnlrn ilalen- dlr Cooks Trip to the North Kentucky News 1AOIl TWO Serial The louse of n Thmmnml Cnmllef The Sunday School LritAun nirnioml Garden 1AOK Til KRK- llerpA r and Vicinity Tlike Notice College Items Letter from Jnmmtnwn Ltttur from OHIII 1 Lonln itobinsnr1MOK FOiriJ Cominento Suiircinary of the IAW UMntl Liberty fly VlceVrenliltint Fnlrlmuki DeniiKirnUiln the CliuroU TlieToiiRuon Weapon of Power lly I r Newell UIt Ililll Temperance Notes New from Mvorywrlicre VAOli FIVE Story IlntnMUlitiiRii Itoct Youths Department PAGK SIX Tlie Homo Cooking without Tire The School 1robleliin of the District School by lrot Dlnniiiore The Fiirni Curn of Chicken Latest Market lleporti rAGE SEVEN States Illghtti Question Up Again Recent Stole New PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence I t NOTE THE DAYIThe Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II The time to start is in the Fall W The Voice of the Small Boy Me for the blackberry Jaml Importance ToDay Do you rightly estimate the Import ance of today That there are duties to be dono today which cannot bo done tomorrow This It is that throws so solemn significance Into your work The time for working Is short there i fore begin today for the night is com mg in which no man can workF W Robertson Laughter the Best Tonic Laughter is a good healthy muscle making lungdeveloping exercise and i It Is as good for girls as boys And humor can be cultivated In a girls mind Without any abatement of the dignity and modesty and charm of her womanhood Not tho unpleasant tl and constant frivolity evidenced in smart speech or quickness of repiartee but tho humor that looks at the world with a twinkle In the eye and sees Its absurdities Its smallness and its fun says a writer It should be part of every womans mental equipment for women are called upon to bear so many ot lifes small worries as well as its greater ones The bringing up of children the care ot servants and the many social duoIties that become a but den are made easy and ponlble to put up with by the woman with an unfailing sense of humor and of the bright side et life l rEwBIAPRit 1AAWB- Aeyprewbe IkN the p ro r fOCUlarlJ from for Mt dlrMUd la kit came or whtthtt pqTbeeuuprltkali from lb pat oGc or rtmaflof crr m for It Wmt F ci trkUaw f XxTumox AL glom THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Authtr it THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAMEIOK Etc vofjilg 1MB tjr BobbiXtrrUI Co CHAPTER XX Continued The piano pounding continued and I waited for what seemed an Interminable time It was growing dark sod a maid brought lamps I took a book from the table It was Tho Life Df Denvenuto Cellini md Marian Dov ereux was written on tho fly leaf by unmistakably the same hand that had penned the apology for Olivias per formances I saw in the clear flowing linos of tho signature in their lack of superfluity her own ease grace and cbnrm and In the deeper stroke with which the x was crossed I felt a challenge a readiness to abide by con sequences once her word was given Then my own inclination to think well of her angered me and I dropped the book Impatiently as she crossed tho threshold I am sorry to have kept you wait lag Mr Glenarm But this Is my busy hour 01 shall not detain you long I came I hesitated not knowing why I had come She took a chair near the open door and brnt forward with an air of atten Lion that was disquieting She wore blackperhaps to lit her the better into the house of a somber Sisterhood I seemed suddenly to remember her from a time long gone and the effort of memory threw me off guard Stod dard had said there were several Olivia Armstrongs there were cer talnly many Marian Devorouxs The silence grew Intolerable she was wait Ing for me to speak and I blurted I suppose you have come to take charge of the property Do you she asked And you came back with the execu tor to facilitate matters Im glad to see that you lose no time Oh she said lingeringly as though she were finding with difficulty the note In which I wished to pitch the conversation Her calmness was mad deningI you thought it unwise to wait for tho bluebird when you had beguiled me Into breaking a promise when I was trapped defeated Her elbow on the arm of the chair her hand resting against her cheek the light rippling goldenly In her hair her eyes bent upon me Inquiringly mournfully mournfully as I nad see- nthemwlteroonce before My heart leaped fa that moment with that thoughtI srber now the first time I said more angry than I had ever been before In my life That Is quite remarkable she said and nodded her head Ironically It was at Sherrys you were with Pickeringyou dropped your fan and he picked it up and you turned toward me for a moment You were In black that night it was the unhappiness In your face In your eyes that made me remember- I was Intent upon the recollection eager to fix and establish It You are quite right It was at Sherrys I was wearing black then many things made me unhappy that nightHer forehead contracted slightly and she pressed her lips together- I suppose that oven then the con spiracy was thoroughly arranged I said tauntingly laughing a little per haps In my brutal Impulse to wound her to take vengeance upon her She rose and stood by her chair one hand resting upon it I faced her her eyes wero like violet seas She spoke very quietly Mr Glenarm has It occurred to you that when I talked to you there In the park wheh I risked unpleasant gossip in receiving you In a house whero you had no possible right to be that I was counting upon something foolishly and stupidly yet counting upon It You probably thought I was a fool I retorted Nosho smiled sllghUy I thoughtI believe I have said this to you beforethat you were a gentleman 1 really did Mr Glenarm I must say It to justify myself I relied upon your chivalry I oven thought when I played being Olivia that you had a sense of humor Dut you are not the one and you havent the other I even went so far after you knew perfectly well who I was to try to help youto encourage you to prove your self the man your grandfather wished you to be AQd now you come to me In a shocking bad humorI really think you would like to bo Insulting Mr Glenarm If you could Cut Pickering you came back with him he is hero and ho is going to stay And now that thoprcperty be longs to you there Is not the slightest reason why we should make any pretense of anything but enmity When you and Arthur Pickering stand to gether I take tho other side of the bar ricade I suppose chivalry Would require the to vacate so that you may njoy at cnco tho spoils of war I stormed with growing heat T fancy it would not be very diffi cult to eliminate you as a factor In the eituation the remarked icily fad I suppose after the unsuccess tel efforts of Mr llckorlngs allies to assassinate me as a mild form of ohm ination ono would naturally expect mQ to sit calmly down and wait to bo shot in the back But you may toll Mr Pickering that I throw myself upon your mercy I have no other home than this shell over the way and I bog to bo allowed to remain untilat least tho bluebirds como I qulto sympathize with your reluctance to deliver the message yourself she said Is this all you came to sayI to toll you that you could have the house and everything in Its hideous walls I snapped to tell you that my chivalry Is enough for some situations and that I dont Intend to fight a woman I had accepted your own renouncement of tho legacy in good part but now pleaso believe me It shall be yours tomorrow Ill yield possession to you whenever you as- kItbut never to Arthur Pickering I As against him and his treasurehunters and assassins I will hold out fqr a dozen years Nobly spoken Mr Glonnrm Yours Is really an admirable though somewhat complex character My character is my own whatever It is I blurted- I shouldnt call that a debatable proposition she replied and I was angry to find how the mirth I had loved in her could suddenly become so hateful She halfturned away so that I might not see her face The thought that she should countenance Picker ing In any way tore me with jealous rageMr Glcnarm you are what I have heard called a quitter defined in com YourlelfIShe Said won Amerlcanoso as ono who quits Your blustering can hardly conceal tho fact of your falluros I had hoped you would really be of somo help to Sister Theresa and Incidentally to me but wo both sadly misjudged you Her tone changing from amused In difference to severest disdain stung me Into for my stupidity In having sought her My anger was not against her but against Pickering who had I persuaded myself always blocked my path She went on Mr Pickering Is decidedly more than a match for wou Mr Glenarm even In humor She drew herself up with tragic Scorn fn every line of her figure then relaxed laughed and was Olivia again and as I watched her wondering plexed chagrined she turned swiftly away and ranI am sure she ran from the room Sho left me so quickly so softly that I stood staring like a fool at the spot whero she had been and then I went gloomily back to Glcnarm House angry ashamed and crestfallen While we wero waiting for dinner I mado a clean breast ot my acquaintance with her to Larry omitting noth ing rejoicing even to paint my own conduct as black as possible You may remember her I con cludedsho was tho girl we saw at Sherrys that night wo dined thre She was with Pickering and you noticed herspoke of her as sho went out That little girl who seemed y bored or tired or sick Bless sra9 why her eyes haunted me for days Lord man do you mean to say A look of utter scorn came Into his face and he eyed me contemptuously- Of course 1 mean ti I thundered at him He took the pipe from his mouth pressed the tobacco viciously into the bowl and swore steadily In Gaelic un til I was ready to choke him Stop I bawled Do you think thats helping me And to havo you curse In your blackguardly Irish dia led I wanted a little AngloSaxon sympathy you fool I didnt mean for you to invoke your Infamous gods against tho girl Dont be violent lad Is reprehensible he admonished with maddening and patience What I was trying to Intlmato very mildly was tho fact borno In upon me through of acquaintance that you aroto be bold my tid to e- boldj good deal of a damned fool Tho trilling of his rs was like the whirring risd ot a covey of quail Dinner Is served announced Bates and Larry led the way mockingly chanting an Irish lovesong CHAPTER XXI The Door of Bewilderment- We had established the practice ot barring all the gates and doors at Thero was no way of guard ing against an attack from the lake whose frozen surface Increased tho danger from without but we counted on our night patrol to prevent a sur priSo from that quarter I was well aware that I must prepare to resist the militant arm of tho law which Picker Ing would no doubt Invoke to aid him but I intended to exhaust tho possibili ties in searching for tho lost treasure before I yielded Pickering might it ho would transfer tho estate of John Marshall Glcnarm to Marian Deveroux and mako tho most ho could of that service but ho should not mo forth until I had satisfied myself of tho exact character of my grandfathers fortune Tho phrase The Door of Bewilder mont had never ceased to reiterate Itself In my mind there was a certain fascination and charm In It Wo dis cussed n thousand explanations of It as wo pondered over the scrap of paper I had found in the library and every book In tho house was In the search for further clows Tho passage between the house and the chapel seemed to fascinate Larry lie hold that It must have somo par 11 Quite Sympathize With Your Reluctance to Deliver the Message selfpity per Violence sweetness years nightfall drlvo examined tlcular uso and he devoted hIs time to exploring It Ho camo up at noont was the 291S of December with grimy faco and hands and a grin on his face I had spent my morning In tho towers to no purpose and was in no mood for the ready acceptance of now theories Ive found something he said fill- Ing his pipe Not soap evidently No but Im going to say the last word on the tunnel and within aq hour Give mo a glass of beer and a piece of bread and well go back and see whether were sold again or not Go ahead and let us be dono with It Walt till I tell Stoddard where wero going Tho chaplain was trying tie second floor walls and I asked him to eat some luncheon and stand guard wbria Larry and 1 wont to tho tunnel We took with us an iron bar an ax I and a couplo of hammers Larry went ahead with a lantern You see ho explained as we dropped through tho trap Into the pas sage Ive tried a compass on this tunnel and find that wevo been fork ing on the wrong theory Tho passage Itself runs a straight lino from the house under the gate to the crypt the ravine is a rough crcsccntshapo and for a short distance tho tunnel touches it How chip does that ravlno aver ageabout 30 feet F Yes Its shallowest w1ie4e the house stands It drops sharply from thero on to the lake Very good but the ravlno Is all on the Olenarm side of the wall Isnt itt Now when we get under tho wMl Ill show you something Hero we are said Larry as the cold air blew in through the hollow posts Now were pretty near that sharp curve of the ravine that dips away from tho wall Take the lantern while I get out tho compass What do you think that C on tho piece of paper means Why chapel of course 1 have measured tho distance from the house the point of departure we may assume to the chapel and three fourths of It brings us under those beautiful posts The directions art alt plain as daylight Tho passage It self Is your N W as the compass proves and the ravine cuts close li here therefore our business is to ox plore tho wall on the ravine side TO DE CONTINUJOJ filar THE SIN OFNADAB AND ABIHU Sundl7 School Lesson lor Au 111901- allrS Prepared far This Piper LESSON TKXTLcv laML Memory veree 9- QOLDBN TBXTVin U ft mocker Btrnns drink Is raging and whosoever le deceived thereby Is not wleoIrov otTUtRApr11 B Q 1190 common chronology on tle afternoon Lev 1011 19 of the first day that the priests entered upon the regular aacrlflrt of the taber nacle Lev 83S 91 eight days after the completion of the tabernacle our last lemon Nearly a year after the exodu- sPLACRIn the tabernacle near Sinai Comment and Suggestive Thought The Situation Everything was near Iy prepared for the onward march toward thb promised land Thorn had boon nearly a year of Instruction and training In tho wilderness experiences and at SinaI The tabernacle had been sot up on tho first day of tho first month Tho priests had been prepared and trained In their duty of leading tho pooplo In true worship In 40 days the 20th of tho second month they wore to break up their long en campmont and begin tholr journey Kx 4017 Lev 91 Num 101113 The moral law had been given Tho ritual law had been announced and taught The divine fire shone over tho Holy of Hollee like tho sunlIght peace comfort brightness beauty life to those who use It aright but a consuming fire to those who despise and misuse Its power The divine lire had kindled the fuel on the altar a perpetual name Lev G13 to be continually fod with the fuel especially provided by the congregation and with the dally burnt offerings Tra dition assures us that It never was quenched till the destruction of tho templo by Nobucbadnoszar Dr GInsburg The ceremonial of religion as appointed by God to continue as the best method of worship and relig ious education of the people was be gunV 1 Nadab and Ablhu the Sons of Aaron His eldest sons Ex 028 just Inducted Into the exalted office of priests nest to their father the high priest In the line of succession to the highest office of religious leadership and Influence In the nation A glorious opportunity was before them They had passed through three great portals of usefulness and bapplqeett 11 Their parentage was a flee advan tale Moees was their uncle Their exalted family bad given them great privilege of association with the beet In the nation 2 Their education was remarkable They had spent a year In Gods wlldarn a training school receiving the lessons of the riven rock the quails the manna the law written on the tables of done Moreover they had bed the exalted privilege of beholding with their own eyes the glory of God upon the holy mount Bx 241 9 10 Z They had passed through the portal of a glorious calling They had been ded boated to a seared and most honorable trust They wore the garments that separated thorn In the oyos of all men to the priests life of holiness and obedience Before each of them was oven tho thrilling possibility of becom ing high priest some day Their sin was a direct public Inex cusable disobedience to their God and loader It partook of the nature of treason They doubtless did It thought lessly but there are occasions when thoughtlessness Is a crime The Necessity of the Punishment It was tho same as tho necessity for all punishment in its justice In Its measurement of the evil of the sin govlernmentor been pointed out tho ritual system had been inaugurated on that very day All was now and strange easily dislodged depreciated or corrupted and therefore needing special guard- Ing The bud needs and has protec tlon from rough husks which tho flow er can do without This swift death of offenders against the now order has its parallel in the swift death of Ananias and Sapphira which is to be vindicated on similar grounds There too the necessity was stringent for Instant removal of a springing root of bitterness by which many might be defiled and for saving the young life of tho community from disease which unchecked might Infect Its whole fu tureOne Cause of the Tragedy Vs 911 9 Do not drink wino nor strong drink Tho nearness of this Injunc tlon to the story of Nadab and Ablhu Implies that their sin was due partly It not wholly to intoxication The Palestinian Chaldee adds here as thy sons did who died by burning fire GInsburg When ye go Into the tabernacleThe given for this prohibition are two 1 Tho tendency of wine drinking Is to obscuro tho v 10 difference between holy and unholy or common and 2 they would be better prepared to v 11 teach all the statutesPractical Points Disobedience to Gods laws Is the road to death whether It be disobedi ence to his moral laws or to the laws of health and right use of our bodies Even the moderate use of strong drink shortens the life in years and shortens It still more In its effective powerAlcohol Is dangerous not only by reason of the injuries It causes to the nervous system but abovo all by the denutrltlon that It produces in an or ganinin which Indulges In It to excess Dr Lancereaux Academy of Modi vine Franco TRELLIS FOR GARDEN CROPS Is Easily Constructed and Provides Ample Support for Plants After using bean polos slat frames and wooden trellises of ono kind or another for years until tho supply of poles was oxlmnstcd and prlcos for wooden trainee became prohibitive I began using a combined wire and string trellis such ns Is shown by tho drawing says a writer In Farming This arrangement serves equally as well for olthor beans tomatoes peas cucumbers under glass or other climbing plants being especially do slrablo for swect poos nasturtiums fancy gourds oto It Is desirable too because all of tho material used In Its construction with tiio exception of the string may bo used year after year Thoeo who have never trellised up their tomatoes olthor for homo use or for a select market supply do net realise what n very considerable gain In yield and quality Is secured by this method I do not hesitate to say that under ordinary conditions I have been able to more than double the yield and In somo oases triple the marketable product over the beep method to say nothing of the In crease In quality which Invariably so cures for the grower tho top of the market it being poMlblo to secure OB earner and moro oven ripening and greeter uniformity In the size of the fruit all of which are desirable factors in gardening for profit la thing up many of the btoomloM lat orals may be cut out giving tho main vine more strength and allowing the sun readier access to the fruit to haul on ripening TrolllMd trait Is always bright and clean and almost exempt from blight and rot In planting to matoes for UeHlslns the plant are Mt at less than half the distance weal when grown In the ordinary way Tide trellis may be made to cover almost any length of row Ute toagor the rue the stroaeer the end posts and the deadman or guy post will need to be The end posts shookl be solid and about BM feet long se they may be set two and a half or three J Combined Wire and String Trellis tat 1st the ground or even deeper depending on length of row with at least six feet above ground this height applies especially to the tall growing lima and string baans It Is best to sharpen and drlvo the poet but It set In hole tamp firmly and plant n doad man eight or ten foot from post in line of row This maybe a large stone or chunk of wood burled deep enough to hold tho strain Tho deadman and top poet are connected by two doublet strands of heavy wIre that may bo twisted with a stick in tho ccnttor totake up any slack remaining after wires aro stretched and remedy any sag from strain after vines grow heavy Stretch the bottom wires first ton securelywire five and a half to six feet from ground taking extra taro to have it as taut as It can be made Drlvo stakes or strips ono by two inches firmly In tho ground along the line of wlro every twenty to thirty fee t and staple both top and bottom wires to thorn These servo to support the weight of crop and hold the trellis against winds Just before the vines are ready for tho first tying put on tho string or trellis proper I prefer somo soft string such as wool twine which af fords tho tendril of tho plant a firm hold beside being cheap Tho distance that these strings are spaced apart at top and bottom will depend on the crop to bo trolllscd ton to twelve Inches for beans when plated la drills and 18 to 20 Inches for toma toes for which a heavier twIne should bo used In passing over tho wire tho twine must bo knotted to mako It cling to one place else tho first gust of wind will blow It Into bunches and so mako it worthless Tho knot that J use Is simple after ono gets the hang of the twist Pass tho twine up over the wire carry tha ball over the opposlto side and down then up and over both the wire and the string just laid over then down and through tho loop left largo enough for tho purpose and draw taut when ylu will have a simple crossed knot on top not under tho wIre that will depend for Its security on tho tautncss of the string Tho samo sort of knot Is made at bottom except that tho move ment Is reversed Since 1 have had considerable trouble caused by the slipping of tho string as a result of careless workmen I suggest that enough pains bo taken with this part of the work to Insure the permanency of the twine when once placed If you will try ono of these easily made trel lises you will find that the satisfac tion and case with which you are ablo to gather tho crop will moro than pay for tbo troublo and slight expense in putting It up HEADS OF APPLE TREES Locality Has Much to Do with St ls of Growth Whether the heads of apple trees should be compact or sparsely formed depends U some extent on the local Ity in which tho trees aro grown There are lands of sunshine and there aro lands of cloudy skies In tho status whero much cloudy weather exists during the rowing season It la necessary for the trees to catch aa much sunshine as possible for the ripening of tho fruit and especially to Its coloring In some of tho states It Is advisable to prune severely and thin out the branches to make It pos sible for tbo sun to pet at the fruit That condition Is true of parts of Kow Hngland and parts of tho Paolflc states toward the northwest liven In tho eastern part of tho United State It pays to keep the heads ofIapple trees fairly well thinned out As we go west toward tho Kocky mountains the conditions change in favor of the dense and compact heads The sun shines eternally tinting the day time In several of the states west of the Missouri The heat lujmoa the troll where It pours upon It unob strutted and the sunlight is so abund ant that It colors up the fruit with little or no trimming of the limbs The question of high and low heads Is generally settled in favor of low heads especially In the western states where the wind blows withtgreat force The low heads the trait from being switched llrolcotIwhere the trees are close wind that blows upon an orchard Is deflected upward by the thick low heads while If the heads are high It passes under tho tress and through them to a greet oxteet This greatly Increases toe danger of the trees be lag broken by the wind There was a time when the whole sentiment was In favor of high heeded tree says Parsers Itevlew Tho farmers wanted enough room under the trees so they could plow about them and drive about them easily with the farm team and with the farm Implements For several generations therefore the farmers planted their trees so they could nee the grwiad for gardening Three that remember thoIold New ttogtand orchards remember the tnHlrwked trees some of them so long that a good deed ladder was required to reach the first limbs There was no danger of the horses hitting their heads whoa they plowed atawt them hint few of those orchards are seen now They tuned away with the com late of a more lalewsive grtcMltwa Soienee pronounced them too expen sire In the way of time required for harveetlBS their trait The HighTop Sweating that here apples at a long Ioapthacthe fruit It Is no more but In Its place stands a tree with head close to the ground aad with a trunk se short that there Is not room enough be tween It aril the ground to do any eilmlriaK The modern mathematician has fig ured out that the lowbeaded treo costs far less to care for and gives as good general results though Its fruit may not be so highly colored It Is easy to trim for the trimmer can roach about all tho limbs from tho ground It Is easy to spray and lea spraying material le thrown away than In tho case of the taller tree It costs little to gather Its trait and tho fruit Is tees bruised when gathered GOOD VEGETABLE BOX The Sieve Bottom Aids In Getting Rid of Dirt From Roots I Make an opening In the bottom of grocery box writes a subscriber Farm Journal and cover It with stout wire screening used for toJwindows having about a half moth Null on two handles Box With Screen DoUomt from old hoops that will swing down out of the way nt tho ends Use this box when gathering vegetables from theh garden and wash these by Im mersing in a tub of water or by pourJIng water over them Care In Feeding It tho hogs aro in a dry pen start in by feeding them a little green clover at once As soon ns tho corn Is hip high give them a little of It to 01 cat It may not add a single ounce of flesh to their carcasses but It will accustom them to eating Uso they can be fed a great deal of green corn when It becomes largo enough Tho ono great mistake In feeding green corn Is that the change from dry feed to it is madq too quickly Dy start- Ing In gradually now with corn and green clover this rapid change can bo IlvoldedISpray Do not forget to attend religiously to the spraylpg Tho air and soil are filled with all kinds of Insects fruit disease germs and tho only lhegrower can combat Ihcao andIIs by tho use of the spray pump o M0 e s r h t N It Makes You Warm To go into a drug store and have the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD as what your r x asked for dont blame you Thats why we carry such a tremendous tItwe are always glad to get it for you i W The one thing that we do not have i is the thing JUST AS GOOD Dont Believe in Itt 1 The Porter lrcoaroluTLD- e Drug Co AA5lhI 000000000000000000000000000o 0 11 i Berea and Vicinity i- J o o 1 IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i IiO0000O0O008000 A mass meeting of all Republicans In Iterea 1s sailed for 7 oclock Sat urdny night August 3rd in tho pub lie MtwolltouiKj The purpose is to form the party organization for the village and all Republicans are urged to be present A travelling test how boa this week carried oct some of the mmty of our village aid left some foolish notlaes in heads that wore net overwise before Miss Nina ling who has been 111 1IaWe to be out again Young Thomas Coyle was riding on IMIItwe street last week and allowedI Fee Moron to climb up behind The mule acted up and both boys hAve badly sprained arms The colored stool begins Its see don nut Monday Prof Creoshaw and his wife PaUlo Turner Crenshaw have made this school so attractive that many pupil from ouUtdo the dls trIll are planning to attend We hope every ooh red ohlW within three miles of Uorea will be there the first dayI Do1reaulBg factory which started lost year Is doing an Mrsasleg bwriaws and now a large roller will and a spoke factory are going Into operation Thaw industrial will undoubtedly add much to the Growth and prosperity of the town and should receive the OH couragenmt and patronage of the cU UcnsMlM Martha Spurloelc was the guest of her sister Mrs S Je Hunt of Wallaeetan Saturday anti Sunday MhM Oruee OarnoJlus who has been visiting Mrs G1 Spencer at Cum borland Gap Tenn returned Sat urdayJ Herndon was In town Sat urday on buslnMs Mrs J W Stephens no Ice Miss White of Cincinnati is making an extended visit with Mr and AJrs1 Stephens W D Logsdona delivery wagon makes its rounds at 1000 In tho morning and 300 In tho afternoon Please get your orders in before tho t EVOrybodYSIvatronage Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holliday at tho Boron Bank and Trust Company J SUMMER IS THE DULL SEASON IN BEREA but Logs dons Store is always hustling Here are some of the reasonsFlour 50 Sugar 534C- Meal 75 j Want all the blackberries I I getW LOGSDON I Cor Main and Prospect StoI 100O0O00000 000 IMr and Mrs George Dick returned yesterday from their visit with Mr Disks relatives In Hamilton Ohio Mrs Pat Kearns nod children of Part have been visiting her mother Mrs L C Duncan Ohlldrens Day exercises were hold at Silver Creek church heuio lost Sunday with a large attendance Miss Sarah Dowden who has been having a months vacation resumed i her duUes In The Berea flank and Trust Co Monday Mrs Sallie Adams and daughter Mary spent lost week with Mrs nil Cornellson Tho series of meetings at the Disciples church which have been eondueted by Rev Combs of Moore head Ky dosed lost Sunday night with several additions to the church S McGuire and Blbert Wlnkler of Beroa have just oloied a weeks meet Ing In Batlll county with sixtynine additions to the church Ilea Bottle Lewis who has been at Richmond for some time Is homo for a few weeks A series of meetings conducted by Rev J Ball will commence Aug ISth at the aiado Disciples ohuroh Tho Union Church Sunday school Intends having a picnic some day next week to be decided on soon Next Sunday the day sad piece will be an- Mwne d The parents of the children and members of the eongragatkm are all cordially invited to jeln In making It a very delightful occasion It has been decided to hold the Sunday School picnic of tho Union church at Slate Lick Springs on Saturday Aug 10th Prof Ralno preaches in tho Union church for tho noxt three Sundays Mrs Joo Kvnns spent a few days last week with relatives Treasurer Oabornos books show that during the past year the College has paid out to citizens for labor In Brick Yard Saw Mill Farm Construe lion of Buildings and general improve month 91813S64 This Is wholly out side tho money paid to students and tho money paid out to store keepers and farmers for fuel and various sup plies On tho whole Berea College Is a pretty good neighbor to live with I Soldiers Plenty On Wednesday tho usual summer pIcnic of the soldiers of tho vicinity took place among tho trees In Prof Dodges yard Capt James West Re lief Corps and A J Hanson camp Sons of Veterans cooperated Most of tho people camo between 900 and 1000 The hours passed in visiting and renewal of old associations except a sport business meeting of tho separate organizations At 1230 tho tables were bountifully spread and over 100 partook of tho repast which ended with 10 gallons of Ice cream From 200 to 400 p m there was a most enjoyable program presented The leading address was by Past De partment Commander A J Tharp of Winston followed by tho present De partment Commander LeVant Dodge Shorter addresses were given by Com rades H C Masters Horace Yates James M Gabbard and the past Com mander Lewis Sandlin by Mrs Dodge Mrs Manson and Miss Etta Moore of the W It C and by Win R Gab bard of the Sons of Veterans All agreed that It not so large as some this was one of the most enjoy able of our annual gatherings 0000000000000-o 0- f College Items I o 0 o HERB AND THERE 0 0000000000000John J Lynch returned from Brooklyn N Y Tuesday evening Ho will be in the city for a few days Wllllam burg Times Trcos Osborne has some very pleas ant houses to rent for the fall term The College chapel is to be opened once this summer on Sunday Aug 18 for morning and night sermons by Rev Dr Hergct the eloquent and ear nest pastor of the great Ninth street Baptist church of Cincinnati Everybody should plan ahead so as to hear these two sermons President Frost preached to a large congregation at Mallory Springs last SundayProf DInsmore lectured on Ten Kinds of Training at Wallaceton last Saturday night Mrs M E Matheny wife of Tut or Matheny well and lovingly remembered In Borea and throughout Eastern Kentucky died on July 3rd at Casper Wyoming and her body was brought to Wilmot Ohio for burial on July 9th Prof Matheny Is head of tho public schools at tho growing city of Caspar Ho went there partly for his wifes health soy oral years ago and for some tlmo sho hImIof a very wide circle of friends Prof Wm A Cook who comes to teach tho Greek which has been taught for so many years by Prof Dodgo Is to arrive with his wife this week We shall have to say Prof Cook and Dr pretty carefully to keep the professor of Greek and the pro feuor of German and Political Science from getting mixed Prof William Cook is a Master of Arts from Prince ton University a Presbyterian minis ter graduate of the Seminary at Rich mond Virginia and he has done pas toral work in Mississippi and Mlssour rl and taught for seven years In Park College Mlw Katherine Bowersox who has been tho guest of Prof and Mrs Ru mold the past week Is to como to Bo rea at opening of tho term as Dean of Women and Instructor In tho Normal Department Mlsa Bowersox is a lady of unusual charm to young peopl and one of the most distinguished educators of Pennsylvania Her last position has been as principal of the great government school for Indians at Carlisle General Pratt in troduced her to President Frost by saying Of all the women I know she is the first I should think of for such a position as you wish to fill at Boron Prof Mannlx so long the popular hood of the public schools of Lanoas tor Ky comes to Boron as Profonwr of Altthematles in the Normal Depart ment He starts this week on a little tour to visit Beroa teachers In their schools In Jackson and Owsley ooun UM accompanied by Mr Carl Kirk The new catalog will bo out next week showing the names than 1SIO students Including thecol ored porsons who ore assisted In at tending other schools There has been an Increase In every department and an Increase of students from near ly every county In Eastern Kentucky and adjoining parts of other states The reason appears very clearly as one reads tbo catalog and notes tho unrl rated advantages which Berea now of tore to all who attend Miss Cameron returned to Berea last Saturday night after her vacation In Nova Scotia Supt and Miss Burgess returned from their vacation trip to the East last week bringing with them Mr Frank Voso who will superintend the brick and mason work for the Col lego this year Two new four wheel dump carts have arrived for tho Woodwork De partment Secretary Gambia returned front Alexis Ill where he has boon spend ing his vacation last week Mrs Gamble and the baby are still in Al exisProf George Pheonlx of Hampton Va made Boron a very pleasant visit Saturday and Sunday He says bo is pleased with the Berea boys and girls who have been in school there and wishes for more President Frost was a business call er In Winchester Ky Tuesday Mrs Rumold was called to Kansas to tho bedside of her father who is very sick I About twentyflvo young people enjoyed an outing on East Pinnacle last Saturday night Dr and Mrs Cowloy conducted tho party Mrs E F Dlzney and daughter have just returned from a six weeks visit to relatives In Nebraska and Kansas Prof T A Edwards returned Satur day from his trip In the North He spent six weeks in Ohio aud reports that a large number of new college students will come to Berea this fall He goes back today for another stay of three weeks r I A letter from Jnmmtown To all my friends back In Kentucky- I will drop a line to show that I am longingtor Ihavewell as Berea yet I have enjoyed my self very much this summer hero at opportunity its from the different states cities Kentuckys excellent Kentuckybuilding resentative of tho state It Is con double and a porch on each side tho rooms are furnished In the old frontier style calleo number of rustic seats sitting In and around the building Besides being surrounded by a stockade of plno slabs driven Into tho ground there is a pine grove on tho roar and two sides but In front you can sit and view the Am erican as well as several visiting squadrons of war ships from other countries besides a great deal of shipping that passes up and down the riverI been looking to see someone from Boron that I knew but so far only ono has como along and that was Ver non Wheeldon who is employed by tho Electric company and Is stationed near the exposition grounds He ex poets to remain with tho company permanently if everything goes well The Jamestown Exposition has been kicked at and knocked at by a great many people from the different corners of our country till It has such a black eyo that I doubt whether It will pull through successfully or not It Is true enough that they wero not ready to open It when they did but they wero under contract from tho government and so had to open when they did but any one wanting to com here now will find all they care to- sco for one time and a great deal more than they will remember They have the exposition in very good shape with the exception of a couple of buildings that are not quite finished yetI have been on guard nearly three months now and have had some won throughlono not worth mentioning but I am getting sick of my job of having to walk around In tbo hot sun with the ther mometer registering 90 and 100 in the shade and all buttoned up to the chin In heavy winter clothes with a heavy belt and sabre on but another month and a half lets me out then I will take tho nearest way for Kentucky Horace Caldwell Co A Powhatan Guard Jamestown Exposition Vat Letter from Oiiiii J LewU- Creech Ky July 27 1007 Dear Friends- It may bo that somo of tho Berea people would ba glad to know what some of tho rest of tho Boron boys and girls are doing this summer I can speak for myself and two or three I moreIed was very buccessful and very helpful to us teachers I have permission to hold a Sunday school convention and a picnic at my schoolhouse on Satur day July 27th I am expecting a large crowd and a good time A person cannot tell what good he may bo able to do for Gods cause till he gets out Into the world and comes up against tho real things that life is made of- Simon Kelly and Arthur Dalloy are coming to visit my home and take part in the convention They are do- Ing good work here this year I am sorry that I cannot be at Be rea in the fall term but I must be content where I am May all we teachers always do our duty and bo worthy of our work Very truly yours Cam J Lewis A Letter from Alba Hoblrmon Hanover N II July 2507 My Dear Professor Cook- I hope that you and all tho dear friends who read the Citizen a pleasure which 1 wish camo to many times tho 0000 who now enjoy it will want to hear a llttlo about Dart mouth College In whose summer school I am now a student The charter of Dartmouth College was granted Dec 18 1769 in the gov ernorship of John Wentworth over the province of New Hampshire and In the reign of George the Third of England Tho real beginning of the College was fifteen years before when Eleazer Wheelock of Lebanon at his own expense on his own plantation set on foot an Indian Charity School for the children of tho Indians with a view to their carrying the Gospel in their own Language and spreading the knowledge of the great Redeemer oo +o+o+o+o +o +o +o+o +o+o+o+o9hallo +o +o+o +o +o+okO +o +o +o+ o THE WEALTH OF A I I NATIONt+ I Depends on the Thrift of Its People f J and the II NATIONAL BANK I o + ft+ +o 0 j INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 2 9 o o = THE 0 joJ + S E WELCH President J L GAY Cashier + Jo t+o+o+o+o oooo+o+oo+oo+o+o+o+o oo+ ooo+o+ 4ih f +o+o+o +o+o +o+o+o+o+e+o+o+eo+o+o +o+o+0 +0+0+o+0+0+0+o+o 0 If You Are Looking For+ + i Bargains I + +0 0- You must Not Pass This Store+ +o 0 0 0 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves o etc at Bargain Pricestz In Mens best of Dress and Work 9 o Shirts Orerballs Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose Hats 9 u Collars Ties etc o 1 Also some Extra values in o + 0 Suits 1 1 +o 2- We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and t pay top prices for Produce o Yours for Busin- essMoyes o t Cash Store f o I oBerea0 o+o+o+oo+oo+oo+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+ooo+olodo+o+oolo SIki17s7aSai1 itk5t1171k1t+1k iavt itkQlekk7ns7eyy7raotatreritsyytnatrasw- A A NEW STORE IN BEREAII A Aro you looking for high grade food materials Tho best are V V tnooo too good Why buy cheap and often impure groceries We j are opening up a new Grocery Store with a great variety of goods K andwill keep us complete a line as possible of fancy groceries the v t best goods obtainable for the price We are distributors for the a JfbeSteel Cut Coffee beaK t your patronage when you want family proceries tinware or hard ware but you will get a square deal when you como to R R HARRIS t Phone 10 Brannaman Bldg t I Agontfor Navon Laundry MAIN ST J a GKsWKKKKKKkKKKKRKKKKKKrKattskSrkSsSallrtkislsisSt tkk 1skkistgG among their Savage Tribes So the school was for Indians and for Mis sionaries and Schoolmasters In tba VllUvrnefs The village of Hanover where tho College II located line en the Connec ticut River The su Bounding country is beautiful Iud from the town many mountain excursions are easily wade Tho river affords much sport for the students In the winters which are somewhat severe there are such sports as skating skeelng eta And In summer beside tho canoeing on the river all the ordinary athletic sports Last years attendance was about 1100 and these are all men as women students are not received except as graduate students and In tho summer sessionOf tho advantages which this great College offers I want to tell you just a little about tho Library where I spend some hours every day It Is a fine brick building which cost 70000 and could not be rebuilt for nowI 113000 volumes and Its magnificently equipped reference rooms are used in term time by 150 men a day Last year 13170 books were loaned the average circulation was 47 books per day Of the 1100 students 796 drew books This is a better showing than some great unl- versities make Yale for Instance I am told but I have an Impression that our own Derea College Library statistics would compare well with these r + ax rrrter j I meet some old friends and pupils here and have formed some pleasant new acquaintances The time goes I so pleasantly that I remind myself of the lady who said that every afternoon when the clock struck five she hoped It was four With best wishes Josephine A I RobInsonI I For that- Dandruff i There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scclpmedlcine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal j to you healthy hair no dan druff no pimples no The best kind of a eruptionstSold for over obrad Also by J manu6oIu o Ayer Co LoIIKI 1 hers SARSAPAEIUX PILLS CHEfifiV rCCTOKAL l l The Citizen ft family newspaper for ill that It rljb true and Interesting Published vtry Thursday at Bert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year tt asin Month Three Mouths aM Moot7OnItrcent stamps The date after name on label ihowi tiwhat date your tubtcriptlon ft paid If It U not changed within three weeks after renewal notify us- Mlulnt number will be gladly supplied U 1ft art notified ubscrlfllcullandUberal terms girtn to any wh obtains new nbKTlptloni for us Any one sending ua four subscripttonsaureceiveTheCillseafrafor Advertising rates on application MEMIXX Or XKXTCCKY rnEss ASSOCIATION New York doctors we hear are prescribing cigarettes for women troubk by nervousness The euthanasia Idea Is gaining ground A New York judge has decided that an oyster Is a wild animal Heras one that the nature takers have over looked Get busy Gen Kurokl Is a man of few words so we may take It for granted that he would not have much success as a life Insurance solicitor Dr G Stanley Hall of Clark unl verslty says posterity Is crying out for birth Yes and as soon as It gets that It will howl for a bottle when a girl Invites a young mar to her home for dinner and be Is told that she did the cooking its time for him to sit up and take notice The United States raises more that 12000000 bushels of peanuts yearly and Imports more probably to helj out during campaign and circus time Pittsburg bank clerks have taken tc wearing rubber gloves There is sc much money in Pitts burg that bank clerks are continually getting their hands tarnished A been sent to Siberia for wearing a red necktie A llttl severe maybe but any progress of that sort in the matter of good taste Is to be commended The virtuous person is his own best company says the Baltimore Amerl can and the Cleveland Leader adds that the extremely virtuous are awful ly unsociable to be sure It is quite appropriate to associate women with the cradle of liberty and therefore portraits of Mary Livermore and Julia Ward Howe will be acceptable in Faneull hall Mrs Russell Sagegenerosity shows that she does not believe those who have passed on know what is happen- Ing in this world or else that she doesnt care what Russell suffers Recent scientific Investigations so we hear minimize the damage done to tho digestion of youth by a diet of green apples There Is enough damage left hovver for all practical purpose A Chicago girl dropped a bottle into the river with her name and address and Please write Inside A flue young farmer down state who fished it out is going to marry her Girls cast your bottles on the water Now that they are to have steam boats on the Tigris some of the romantic aspects of the river of the Arabian Nights will be wiped out as the passenger sails past the old Bag dad of good Haroun al Rascbid One of the historic bells In Switzer land is the silver bell in the minster at Berne It rang for the service of God the festivals of state and the execution of the evildoer When the forces of the young French republic captured Berne in 1798 the citizens painted Ita funeral black and under this disguise it escaped from tho rapacity of the Gauls When Secretary Root is at the department It Is next to impossible to see him He is closeted with his secretary and stenographer or else work- Ing by himself but In either event hd- le as Inaccessible as the czar On diplomatic day he has to let himself bo seen but on other occasions It Is so much a waste of time to try to get at him that most men who know the ropes do pot make tho attempt If It is at all possible to get their ends by see lag Bacon Balloon accidents are frequent and they furnish a hint as to some of the possibilities should aerial navigation become common Three aeronauts all military officers tell from a balloon near Debreozln Hungary and all were killed Peasants who at tempted to capture the balloon approached it with a light and the re cult was the explosion of gas which killed ten of their number The oper ators of the balloon being dead It may not be possible to learn tho cause of the fatality but emphasizes anew the eerili of navigating the air w ttprrntarj nf 11ft kiln Irttttl1 iittwrf1J By VICEPRESIDENT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS I Our fathers believed in n government otlnwlnw written by representatives of the people chosen by the people themselves acting in their sovereign capacity They realized that this was to bo a great country and they knew that if it were to attain to the full measure of their best expectations it must be a country where the law and the law alone should be supreme They know full well that to be great it must bo govprned by just lawslaws which so far as human foresight could devise should protect every citizen in the enjoyment of the right to life liberty and tho pursuit of happiness They knew as we know that in tho final analysis law is the very life of liberty and without law and obedience to it there is despotism and despotism is tyranny We should inculcate a wholesome respect for law and for established authority We should see to it that those who enact the law nUll those wlio administer it are fair just and incorruptible momcoon who neither wealth nor tho blandishments of power nor prejudice can swerve front a highminded honorable course Laws should bo the concrete expression of the conscience and intelligent judgment of the people Their purpose should be as broad and comprehensive as are the rights of all who owe alto giance to a common flog The laws should be enacted eo as to comprehend the welfare of the great body of the people The laws simply protect us in the enjoyment of our rightful opportunities It is loft for us to workout our own destiny in the exercise of our own judgment and by tho force of our ovn ability We are placed here and must run our race together We must have n regard for ouch other and beware that wo do not trample upon the rights of our neighbor While we care for ourselves we must also have n thought for those about ns and so far as we are able help others who are worthy and in need to bear their burdens We cannot get on without ouch other if we would and we would not if we could A man who takes no thought of his neighbor is not worthy of thought himself i 1hUtnrrati5iugtlp trr1i By RABBI CHARLES FLEISCHER Boston the may the of and tho of anti antI of the of faith grows leas and less This fact does not spell Hal it at least hints at a than the world has is no test of a mans Even total in this not prove him streams of art to swell the flood of It is worth while at least to name and to these tin dencies Men have lost their dread of after death so that terror of ether to follow no is a force toward real or belief The is dead killed by the of man there is no moans of the faith and of church that still may the lifo of of and trials are but weak and echoes of once and fatal This is the day of That means hard times for of days must go the will rule j must be in all on the basis The church is and in its and in its toward men The process of the church has but just The is the only form and even then it is not in spirit until all tests of are and the that the gen uine is the church of one r wqt Wnttgut tt spurt nfJuwtr By DR HILLIS Whatever indicate regarding communicants growth church property actual churchgoing steadily decreases honest unadulterated unrationalisedne oxisting formulations indubitable irroligion larger religiousness known Church attendance roligiousnow abstinence regard woujd irreligious llany tendency uniting mining irreligion number something punishment unbelief longer compelling pretended Inquisition growing humanity Therefore earthly enforcing practice dominate particular sections society Excommunications heresy ineffectual terrifying ecclesiastical thunders democracy monarchic Kings themselves society gradually reorganized respects democratic plainly monarchic autocratic organization attitude democratizing begun independent congregational organization democratic democratic orthodoxy abolished society recognizes church rightly member NEWELL figures numbers church centanco largely wordly socalled whatever survivals people DWIGHT Wise tmWFiave search ed the world for images strong enough to set forth the full power of the tongue Of the children of sympathy it maybe said the tongue sheds forth healing balms and cordials but of tho en vious man it is trud that the pt ion of sepsis under the lips For as of oldso now the tongue isa hand wherewith we lift men up or a mace wherewith we strike men down With this instrument bless we God with it curse we men No other member carries such influence and nothing taxes men like the skillful handling of the tongue and its bridling even as the charioteer lifts the reins above his welltrained steeds For the tongue gushes forth comfort like a cool sweet spring the tongue is a harp piling up masses of melody j the tongue is a fruitful bower full of bounty and delight the tongue carries a glow warming the soul like a winters fire j it sends forth sweet songs to be sung in camp and wept over in cottage This noble use inheres in Bpccch it is the souls revelator The eye and ear the taste and touch arc windows for letting the great outer world into the secret sanctuary but the tongue is the one door through which tho soul steps out Only through speech is the invisible man beholden of his friendsPathetic indeed are the attempts of men lost in subterranean depths as they seek to find their way back into the open light But the sorrows of imprisoned martyrs are as nothing to those of brave Helen Kcllar with her dumb lips and blindeyes who places her finger upon the larnyx of some speaking friend while her soul struggles to find its way out into the light and sunshine where sympathy and friendship dwell Once tho lips begin to speak the soul stands forth fully revealed For conversation is a golden chariot upon which the soul rides forth to greet its friesd r THEARNINQIGNOREAND I IN FEARFUL CRASH LARGE NUMBER OF LIVES lOS Rescuers Saved Many Women and Chi dren Though a Number Went to Watery Graves Eureka Cat July 23Another tel ruble ocean disaster oocurrod on thlt coast when the steamer San Iedn luntbor laden for San Francisco eras ed Into tho passenger steamer Colun bin north bound for Portland carryln about 200 pasongers und a crow of fit Thy big passenger liner sank 11 not ptes after the collision Of the pa eongors lOG aro reported saved wltb 33 pf the crow Scores already hat landed on the coast Both vowels won going ahead at full speed whoa the cldont occurred Tho mato of thu SaD Pedro who was on the bridge at the time says ho hoard tho whistles of Ule Columbia but paid no ottohUcm to thorn until the vossol loomed up only II cables length away Both ships star ed to reverse engines but it was too late and with a fearful crash the Stu Pedro heavily laden struck tho pa tenger steamer on tho starboard Lot tearing an immense holo near thQ waters edge A majority of tho possongors on tho Columbia were women and children but many of them wero saved thougI soma wont to their deaths without the slightest warning Ono hundred and seven of the Co umblas passengers and 37 of nor cre1l have been brought to this port by Mlo steamer George W Bldor which towo the colliding schooner San Pedro from the scono of tho disaster to Rurelta A- lato message from Shelter Cove ays that throe moro lifeboats have beon picked up one containing 18 person another IS and tho third not roportec The survivors who wore brought tc this port are being cared for at holdt and in private houses Tho elllten of Eureka moved to unanimous actlo by the distress of the victims hay supplied sufficient quantities of cloth ing and alt necessary medical attar I tlon without stint or price A segregation of tho Columbias pas conger list shows that In her cabin be carried 7S mon and 00 women and girls In her steerage SO men and one woman a total of 189 Discrepancies however between tho full list iurntet ed the purser on sailing and some 01 the names given by survivors whc I have reached hero Indicate that the total passengers was greater In nun tor I Among the lost Is Mrs F O Lour of Pasadena She died of expoturi Lars Wo was saved Their boy at WeNIdeck In tho co llftlon and the sinking of the Cotombh Just as tho Columbia was slokln boa boilers exploded This countered ed the sucUon and saved many llva Husbands and wives were separate and fathers and mothers and children became lost to one another In the ei cltemont whoa tho boats collided DEATH OF RELATIVE Killed Dy Train Mrs Farley on Wa to Mass Met Same Fate Connollsvllle Pa July 23Attcr hAY- ing come from Elizabeth N J to at tend the funeral of her brotherdn law Joseph Wright who WAS killed on thi Plttaburg I Lake Erie railroad Mrs Bridget Farley aged 03 mot the same I fate on the Baltimore A Ohio rallrbad When on her way to attend man at Sacred Heart Catholic church shi was struck and instantly killed by II Plttsbudg limited train Her body was shipped to ther homo la Elizabeth N J Girl Terribly Burned Fort Dodge Ix July 23A burning cigarette stump tossed out of a win dow and accidentally alightIng on the lint of Miss Horace Endon daughter of Richard E Endon a wealthy farm er formerly of Monroe Ind resultet in Injuries to her which may rove fatal Her hat ignited from the clga rette stump and she was terribly burn ed about the face and neck Village Submerged Muscola Wls July 3Tho vUlog of lions nichland county having a pOp ulatlon of 400 Is entirely submerged a a result of the Wisconsin river Over ilowlng A number of tho houses have ben rnovc4 from their foundations an carried distance ranging from 10 yards to a mlle Miners Ordered Out fibbing Minn July 23The Western Federation of Minors has ordered a strike ot all the minors employed bI the United States Stool Co here The miners are nearly all Austrlans of Italians and many tire leaving for Eu- ro i There has boon no violence Aeronauts Misting St Petersburg July 23Tho mil tary balloon which ascended from the aeronautic park at Tsar koe Solo lax Friday manned by four army officers has been picked up at sea In a watoi logged condition It Is believed that the aeronauts perished Duelist Killed Halle Germany July S3A fatal duel with pistols took place betweos students Tho duel followed a IJ1U rcl during fostlvlUes and ono ot the participants Walter Ldpsfcy mu killer e triiht BALE HOOK IN HAND OF DRAY MAN CUT SHORT CAREER OF MURDEROUS GAMBLER Killed Girl Who Refused Hand anc Money Then Mortally Wounded His Best Friend New York July 24 Crazed wit joaloauy of a fancied rival Frank 1 Warner broken In fortune anti roputti lion brutally slow Bather Margate Norlin a girl of 21 who had refused 10 marry him and advance him onougl money to roostabllrti himself In bus nose After shooting tho girl Worno tried to kill Albert Splcor and a bo named Keller who had tried to Into cnpt him In hU night and throe how later shot and mortally wounded iJlla boat friend John C Wilson who wa about to comply with his request for a loan of 10- Warner lay In wait for the girl 10 front of the haberdashery shop 01 Wll lIam C White at 3 West Furtyseoon street where sho was employed ADd In full sight of tho hundreds of dork and shop girls on their way to buts ness shot her through the heart jui after etio entered the storo Albert 11 Bplcor tho man whet Warner suspected of displacing him In the affections of Uio girl was in tho etoro when tho shot was ft rod and III soon as he saw the girl tall sprung to grapple with her assailant Tbo crazed man fired a Mot llOlnt blank at Splcw but mla and ro tftlted to the street firing wwth shot at the boy Keller as he ran FInd- Ing his pursuers pining on him thft man halted with his back to the wl of tho old reservoir and fired aaothe abet that scattered the crowd ton enough for him to get across the stm Into the SpoMIng building Ile ran UI the stairs to the tint landing and paiigoiW to reload Ms revolver tare onlnR to kill say one who stereo toward him Then he calmly walks up the stairs lUll managed to rank Ills way out of the buXdlflg sad mtegl wtth the crowd while halt a does policemen were looMng for him Four hours later fee appeared in Uto toro oi his bet fitead John C Wl 1IOfI No 31Wavey ittaca greeted hit cordially and jwked rag a loan of 104 Wilson turned oroaml to no to hie onahler to get the money but Jw M he tumid Warner ovMMlly pot setsed at the ideA that be wu alas to eaU th potto fit time shots OM of whtofc ctrvck Wtteaa to the Ysol Inad another IB the sent the third 110- fag over his bead Me fee toll to th floor Mortally wounded Waver toes calmly walked out ol the btUldU before sa spars ws retied Then he started to roe IUer HiIng one at the men who were per sutra Wet Half way between Waverty plee sad WosMtsCton pUeo Jsttvb H Ross a giant tnwksMUi heard the sharp n ports of Wanwrs revolver wills tU bnlMtnc MW the eeoond shot Arw sad witnessed Warner beating his n treat down Greene street Without A second hesltatlc RON Imaped true isle truck and mode for Warner u lie fled down the street with tile MOb yelliBg Stop the murderer 1 at Mfe distance beblad Mm The well UMR overtook tM fugitive who nUm Ida we pcn sad tried to pull the trhjsje ones more but Rose dealt hint a ereU lag blow across mo Haul side of bit forehead with steel bale hook Dftwi dropped Warner M if he had Uoei fihot The mans skull was hmetured and there WM no more fight In him GRANTED RESPITE Of Thirty Days To Lord Frederick Seymour Barrlngton Jersey City Mo July Ioov Poll granted a respite of 30 days to Lori Frederick Seymour Harrington umleJ sentence to be hanged at Clayton Moon July 26 for tile murder of James I MtCannGev Folk gave us the reason for hi action that he desired to have time to fully Investigate and consider a petl tlon presented by State Supreme Judges Graves and Valliant for com mutation of Barrlngtons death sen tense John and Ameleck Brooks brother convicted of murder and sentenced to be hanged at Ironton Mo on July 2G were shown clemency by Coy Folk who commuted their sentence to lift Imprisonment Stood At His Poet Booth u July UFkc In the build- Ing occupied by automobile manufac turers anti oihers damaged tho Turnoi Car plant to the extent of J15000 Arthur Richards the elevator boy utood nt his post and got everybody out In aafo3 undoubtedly preventing sort ous a lagnts Joined the Strikers DOS Statues In July 24Tho car repairers cleaners and attendants employed In the Rock Island shops and yards hero and at Valley Junction have joined tho strikers Aa a result none of tho passenger cars out of hON- or being cleaned or Iced Caught By Russians Snn Francisco July 2T110 cod fishing schooner John D Rockefeller arrived here from the Okhotak sea and reported sho was chased outside the i7 linn by the Russian gunboat Manjur and that the Fromont couldnt get away cod probably was cayturod Steamer Belmont Sinks Mt Carmol 111 July24eClio steam cr Belmont Uio largest boat on the Wabash river sank in eight teat of wa tor several miles above hero by spring hug a leak Four of tho crew were res cuol It la thought boatcdn be rated IT DOES NOT PAY Why the Man Who Works for a Living Should Not Drink Beer 1 The man that drinks boor can not earn ns much money as ho can If ho drinks water Instead Ho cannot do as much work nor as good work If ho drinks beer because boor weakens both tho body and the mind Ho is more likely to bo sick and lose tlmo If ho drinks beer than If he does not Tho fat heavy beerdrlnker may look healthy but ho cannot stand tho strain of a long or heavy lift Strength Is In muscle not In fat floor makes fat but does not make muscle Railroad managers will not allow men who run their trains to drink beer because they havo found by ex porlonce that beer drinking has en useerthe loss of many lives and much val uable property Ono superintendent says If It takes ton glasses of beer to make a man drunk when lie has taken one gloss ho Is one tonthdrunk No man In that condition Is fit to bo entrusted with great responsibility Mon who do not drink beor are not only ablo to do moro work per day but their powers of endurance are far greater than those of beerdrinking stun In Intensely hot weather you can almost count on Uio boardrink ing men bring compelled to lose at least half a day every two weeks 2 lleerdrtnklnB often iHfrrea a mans health mueh sooner than ho realties The Injury which beer done to health Mrs Dr Rudolph WktMak of Vienna Is not as easily seen as In the injury done by whisky er brandy The whiskydrinkers appearance t easily betrays his Hut think of tho Jround contented face of the true beer drinker Does ho riot took as It ho were In good health How deceitful this nppearanoe Ib U only warned lit tie by little an the alcohol In Ute beer oomblued with the hires aM U et field oercmitluliM lu dente reilvu work on fcUMMch heart heal vwMBto liar ned ktoMrs 3 The teas who drinks beer U llkalr to drink more than ice laUBdH to 4 It Ute beer drisker tau esMiagh to make his drank H ta likely to get Into a flght or other trouble sad bo arrested tote his WOMT Me I A beeMlrinkefi ehlhtrtti will bo likely to follow We xampe It they do they wilt Mt tarn M wsll In school for beer nMkw leheol cilia dren stupid sect they will not prattler M well m bwrincwi fftr Hew dolls the brain they win nt be nbw to do as meek riot M Reed work tor hoer re deeds Mritheth KM ewer of m4t asee C A man who brings hta children Hi to drink beer mnntx oo nt ON bar Ing Hrospro s apse and dangblen to be greed of sad te Mpport hlM ra MH eIt1 age Cawmlttw St Tmn niMeeC Prt bytrtsn ehitrch A FULL HATCH 8uggltsteQ suitable device for the saloon sign board Put the Saloon Far Away The Chicago Tribune says The greater the distance to travel the lOlls the likelihood of temptation At a distance of three full miles a saloon Is not so demoralizing as when near at band and the average young man Is likely to give the subject serious consideration before ho traverses that territory to gratify tho cravings of an unwlso and unwholesome thirst Many times we hear It said that tho proximity of the saloon has llttla to do with tbo amount of liquor con sumed This Is specious but a little thought will convince us that such argument Is fallacious Two Bits of Crepe A merchant of Owcncboro Ky whoIwas one of the moat active workers In the recent local option contest arose at a meeting held just after tho announcement of Uio defeat and said This morning when I went to my yrstore I found it decorated with streamers of crepe and an Insulting note was pinned with it Just 30 years ago today there was crepe on my fa thers door and he had gOno to a drunkards grave Can you blamo mo for advocating prohibition 1 A Bad Drink tVhlekyleterm that does It full justiceChta r cago nccordJlcr ldI A r u THIEF AT WILLIS SCHOOL It Did Not Prove to De the Worst Cloy In the Room However Tho dozen or more children who at tended the Willis school were gath retlln the lIttlo front yard awaiting tbo arrival of the now teacher Wonder what situ looks like said Piggy Hopkins for the hundredth time Not like you I hope came In a taunting voice from the apple tree nearby To which Peggy not at all backYouJ of that tree Tom Fields unless you want her to leave right off Seems a shame that JustbooaulloOh dont stop now Peg said Tom Hoodnaturedly I Just love to hear you talk For answer tho girl turned her back on him She and Tom were tho brightest pupils In the little school There In and admired etch other very much in secret while openly they were always quarreling Ill wager a dollar ventured a tall ImvylooklRg boy she doe t stay a week where ToRt PtehU Is We want to sea Ant Toll 1 said the mocktag Wee In UM tree Tod Miller flMtMd Mgrtly as he pulled a bill from Uta pocket gee Rr he sM Now wouldnt you like to have It to ray for the win dow you broke A probable quarrel was hue prevented Ujr UM kitpnxieh of Miss Lane tbo mm toaeber Aa she test talk- Ing to UM children she wee very fa vorably iwjwewKHl by their bright look until she recalled tho warning she bad received concerning a certain bad boy naMed Tom Fields Turning to the goed looking lad at her side who was Introducing tho others In turn she Inquired Ive heard of ono boy Tom Fields Isnt ho hero Yesra was the reply thats my name Miss Lane did not show her aston ishment She had conic prepared to meet a young rowdy such wore tho wild stories about Tom who was In reality only a very mis chievous boy When she saw her mistake she determined to make him a help Instead of a hindrance In het work Though It Was the urst day of tho new term everything was carried on In perfect order Toms good deport ment caused some silent wonder among tho other scholars but ho was too busy to heed them When not helping Miss Lane he was bonding over his books in earnest study Ono person alone understood his strange conduct Peggy smiled as she studied for It was all as plain to her as It Tom had said So you expect mo to bo bad well I wont then Ill bo good Unconsciously Tom grew to like his now teacher so well that by way of expressing his feelings ho cleaned all the blackboards after school Later he walked homo with her As ho was U about lo gq on after n few minutes hat Miss Line suddenly exclaimed Oh Tom I forget my fountain pen Would yod mind running back for It1 Qt course not said tho boy Ill get It and taking tho key she hand ed him ho was off on a rush to tho school lie found tho pen and at tho same tlmo espied Tod Millers knife lying In the aisle Ho picked It up and threw carelessly into his desk not noticing that as he did so a dollar bill fell to tho floor Then ho locked the door and ran back to where Miss Lane was waiting The next morning Tom started out to early violets for his now teacher When ho arrived at tho schuolhouBO ho found that tho pupils had already assembled As ho hung his cap on A peg in tho entry he beard somebody say inside How many saw this boy show Tom Fields a dollar Wilt It was the superintendents voice and Tom was in his life With a determined step he walked Intq the room and took his seat Ho noticed that ovoty ono looked c him in Hurpileo t A t- ryj j t L Mr Brlco tho superintendent wat seated beside Miss Lanes desk and before thorn stood Tod Miller In nvl dent distress Work was suspended and tho attention of tho pupils war centered upon those three Ah said Mr Brice on perceiving tho late scholar Im glad to sue you Tom Fields for wo would like you to answer some questions Yes sir said Tom politely Thor had bees former encounters between him and the superintendent which both had cause to remember Well then continued Mr Drlce when yuiir teacher sent you back to tho schocJhouso yesterday afternoon did you stop to do anything In the room besides the errand on which you came H seemed to Tom that he WAS being indirectly accused of something anti while It made him angry tho con sciousness that yesterday had been his red lotter day In good behavior kept him sufficiently calm to reply Yea sir I picked Todys penknife up and throw it into his desk In doing so did you noUno a dol mar bill there I did not for I didnt look Inside at all There was a pause during which Mr llrlce took down a few notes sad the pupils waited breathlessly Mist Lane looked at the boy In a sadlj puzzled way and Peggie Hopkins dU not look at him at all two facts which hurt Tom not n little At last the supcrlntondont brennle this way There has been no boy In any 01 It Goes the Orctru it It bunt my schools who has caused me sc murk trouble as you lave Tom Mist Lane baa been the first teacher to find no fault with you In truth It seeHMd you were oioejHIoiwlly well behaved yesterday until a series ol fftcu loads me to tako1L different view of your conduct Tody Miller left a dollar bill In hit disk Two ether boys saw It three awl told him they thought It would be safe The sebeolhowo WM found lurked this morning and the money WM none The only turnon who has eater d here since the others were dismissed waa You neednt say any more Kr llrleo Tom Interrupted You think I stole that money so why dont you say It right out T I toll you I didnt and I wont stay where people call me- a thief With a sob In his throat for to ttC the truth Tom was more hurt that angry ho burst out of the room For lowing a wild desire to be alone ha rushed off to the woods Those In tho little schoolroom had baroly recovered from their surprise and Mr Ilrlco was Just about to start In pursuit whoa a little girl near the Old disused organ gave a faint scream Oh teacher she cried scq the mouse Thorn It goes In tho organ i As Miss Lane looked In tho dire Ion where the W Vo speaker pointed she caught sight ot a long wriggling tall which quickly disappeared oath I er moro excited than tho occasion seemed to call for she went over and with some effort raised tho back cover of tho organ Inside In ono corner was a queer little nest of bits of rag paper and straw Inhabited by two tiny specimens of mouschood As she bent over to examine them the mother mouse darted out of a hidden recew among tho pipes of the rusty Instru ment and Jumping to the floor disap peared in a hole la springing out so suddenly tho little creature had pushed something forward which Miss Lane eagerly pulled forth H was a dollar bill much gnawed on the wirnor She held it up before the amazed superintendent and scholars and Peggy Hopkins cried gleefully So that was the thief Oh I knew It wasnt Tom May I run and tell himNevertheless said Brice sternly to hide theconfusign ho felt If that boys record had been differ ent we should not have been so ready to Judge him The part of Peggys narrative which Tom liked best was where sho told him that she and teacher hadnt believed ho did It all along anyhow M RLIndonberff In Washington Star t KnewIwas trying to explain the dlfferonco between good conduct and bad relates the Youths Companion Good actions sho ox plained are tho lovely flowers Dad ones are the weeds Now can any llttlo boy or girl tell mo the difference between flowers and weeds r What are weeds Weeds said Walter who had bra struggling with tbo sorrel in life mothers garden are the plant that want t6 grow and flowers are the oiei that 4dnt v- p I Establishing a Fact By W CRAWFORD SHERLOCK at 10c I I e J Copyright by Daily Story Iub Co Im aa uttar failure Margaret Dont talk that way Tom urged Margaret soothingly You are not a failure and youre not worthless nor Incompetent either You are Just the best boy that over lived Tom Carlton stretched his great length on the grass by Margarets side and for a few minutes contented himself with fervent admiring glances Into herr dark blue eyes Its nlco to have some ono who bOo llovas in you ho said at last but Im afraid your confidence le mis plated Ive boon discharged from the bllleoIThat was through no fault of yours she declared confidently You always try to do your duty The chief wasnt In a very good humor so ho began to squint over my work and found two mistakes each of the same amount on opposite sides of the book It balanced all right but tt was dead wrong all the same Well the chief ripped off a yard or two of choice but rather Inelegant English and wonnd up by declaring that there wasnt another man In the world who would have mado such mistakes egregious blunders he called thorn Evorybody makes mistakes af firmed Margaret spiritedly You should havo told him that I didnt Tom returned dejectedly HI got fired Poor boy whispered Margaret tenderly stroking his curly brown hair Dont worry about it you will get another and perhaps a better placeMargaret Ill never be a clerk If I live to bo a hundred declared Carl ton with conviction I havo tried my best and made more mistakes than any man In tho ofllce Youd better cut loose from mo Margaret before I rain your chances In life Ill do nothing of tho kind Tom asserted the girl emphatically Im not afraid to trust my future to you You have brains and will name for yourself yet That inventionl of yours would bring you a fortune It you could only get it started Thats is Margaret but I cant get It started without money and money I have not nor any prospects of anyAre you sure your Aunt Sarah did set leave you some Inquired Mar garet earnestly She promised to you knew- I believe she Intended to leave mo some money returned Carlton bit tardy but 1 cant prove that she did Aunt Sarah was under some deep ob ligations to my father In her early life and always said she Intended to do something liberal tar mo but old Arnold her husband kopt a tight string on the family purse during his life and a his death left his money In trust far his wlfo during her lifetime and then to his four children Aunt Sarah told me over and over again that she was saving every cent of the income for me but when she died my cousins knew nothing of such a plan nor was any WIlt found Con sequently I got nothing For fifteen minutes neither spoke Carlton was gloomily reflecting upon tho possibilities of providing a homo and caring for the girl to whom ho had been engaged for the past three years Margaret meanwhile was debating within herself the advisability of giving up her trip to Europe as companion to Mrs Harper Tom Im going to stay at home I will not go to Europe with Mrs liar per v Youre a good glrllossle declared Carlton rising on his elbow and slip ping his arm around her waist but I want you to go You would lose your position and It would bo a case of two of a kind then I have a plan that zany make our fortunes and 1 want you to go- What is your plan I cant tell you Margaret I want to find out whether my aunt really did Intend to leave me any money rind I am going to try a ruse on my beloved cousins The following week Margaret sailed for Geneva In company with Mrs Harper Carlton was at the wharf to sea them oft and watched the big steamer until it was oiit of sight For several days after Margarets departure Carlton remained at home and every evening a soft volced soft treading man dreesed la black called to see him It soon became rumored In the neighborhood that Mr Carlton was Quito 111 and this news was sent to his cousins who called to sad him Jill condition seemed to grow worse however and one morning the neigh hors noticed a black crepo on the door of the little cottage- In the parlor was a plain coma In which Carlton lay His face was pale and dark circles wore beneath his greatlyduringcoflla stood Mrs Porter Mrs Hopkins and Thomas and John Arnold the four cousins of Carlton and the chll drca of Aunt Sarah What a pity poor Tom died so young said Mrs Porter wiping her eyes with a dainty handkerchief Ho was such a handsome man so like his father I fool just dreadful Mary sniffled Mrs Hopkins hysterically when I think what wo did to hlmjWhcn mother died It was Just ajrfulV t It was our mothers money Clara observed John Arnold cofdly We had more right to it than Tom Carlton had There wasnt any will Interposed Thomas Arnold All mother left was a scrap of paper saying she wanted the twenty thousand she had saved to go to Cousin Tom It was signed by her argued Mrs Hopkins and even it It wasnt wit nessed we ought to have carried out her wishes I am going to take my share and build a handsome monu wont over this poor boys grave Therell bo no need of that Cousin Clara observed a voice In no degree sepulchral Tom Carlton bad risen In his coffin and was surveying the group with a bland smile Just give mo the money In cold cash It will do me more good At this unexpected announcement Mrs Hopkins sank back In a chair speechless with fright while Mrs Porter uttered a series of screams that would have aroused the neigh borhood if Cantons home had not been somewhat isolated John and Thomas Arnold stared In blank amaze wont at tho supposed dead cousin What does this mean Carlton demanded John Arnold sternly What kind of a trick have you been playing upon us I wished to find out if Aunt Sarah had loft me any money returned Carlton affably and I have succeed ed I shall expect each of my be loved cousins to hand me over five thousand dollars Youll never got it retorted Thomas Arnold savagely What you have learned today will not do you anygoodMr called Carlton and tho soft voiced soft treading man In black stepped from behind the portieres You have heard what these people said about my aunts Intentions regarding me Mr Tynfiall bowed afllrmatlvoly Now my cousins continued Carlton quietly Im going to give you a chance to settle this matter quietly or take tho conse quencos The courts have decided that a bequest duly signed by the tes- tatrIx oven if not witnessed Is a will and the law provides a fitting punish mont for those destroying or withhold ing a will I may lose the case but twill produce some publicity that will be decidedly unpleasant for you A lengthy consultation ensued be tween the brothers and sisters during which Carlton washed the dark circles from beneath his eyes and the powder from his face while Mr Tyndall re moved tho crepo from the front door and carried the coffin to the attic When the result of his cousins do liberations was made known to Carl ton he rushed out and sent the follow log cablegram to Margaret Aunt Sarahs legacy received Come home POLITE LANGUAGE FAILED HIM Comment on Soup Was Worth Forfeiture of Nickel There are two little brothers now living in Now York who came hero not long ago from a Western army post Their1 father an officer had been sta Boned there for several years and the boys were born there Tho free outdoor lIfo threw them much with the cavalry troopers of tho post and their vocabulary Is picturesquely sprinkled with vigorous expressions This tact somehow was not so notice able in tho west but after tho young sters came hero to live the family be gan a determined effort to break them of profanity I will give each of you two boys five cents for every day on which you dont swear sold tho father but mInd you you lose It it you forget fSince earned considerable money and though there have been runny days when the sum had to be forfeited there has been a steady improvement Thero are times however as tho boys eon bear witness which pass beyond all en durance For Instance tho other evening when the brothers were din ing with their parents at their grand fathers 4 soup which was a dis tinct failure was placed upon tho table The grown people after taut ing It wore too polite to make any comments but contented themselves with leaving It unfinished Not so the boys Disappointment and dis approval were evident on their faces Papu he asked will you surely make me lose my five cents if I swearCertainly tnj you know that was tho nnswtr Well then remarked tho five yearold you can keep your money today for this Is d bad soupI Now York Times Literary Arts and Crafts Thero Is an explanation of the dearth of poetry offered by the Youths Companion that deserves considera tion It Is that the poets have been drawn into the maelstrom of commercialism and have established riming fabrics when they used to devote as much time to producing a single sonnet oSlt now takes to turn out a volume vPerhaps porno literary arts and crafts society will start a revival of handmade poetry 1 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 1 rroASo many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 i llibraryand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blblo Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork fNursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The must 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 lu Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to tit for business Even ix part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gor man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re ceived from students la paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each studont about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Here in order that It may train young men 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 come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor uud nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Uerea live In College buildings and 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 win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Sonic who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary before coming securo extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate 4a the bet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothlcg umbrellas sad overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary artlclea at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 160 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In tall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as tuarantell for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 n term Uton la lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 la Collegiate courses t PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 i Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 94B I WINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 i Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back fur money advanced On board In full except that no allowance 1s made for any fraction of a week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction of a month On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced fur term bids when he returns provided It Is within tour tenneIbut making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have wade your Journey and are welt started In school it pays to stay tui long as possible THE FIRST DAY of tHe fall term rtSeptomber 11 1907 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary y i WILL C GAMBLE i BEREA KENTUCKY l That Premium Knifeta- kes the yea of the men tad boys who we It The cantata people like a good thing when Ow see Itand to get a 7leea I nife two blade of razor steel anda dollar 1pr that a worth aore to the mountain people than any other dollar yrapse le the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I I im wtaeclptkw all the time iw full prawIw nbrlDr t s r r it r j I j h 1THE HOME I Cooking Without Fire IljrMnUIU A fireless cooker is a convenience at nil times and a real blessing this hot weather Any woman can make one if she has an old trunk a cheese box or any box with a close fitting lid First line the trunk with several thicknesses of paper put on with a flour paste Let the trunk stand open until the paper is dry or the paste may sour and the paper become musty Noxt pack excelsior shaving saw dust or chopped hay in the bottom packing down tightly Whun about one fourth full place your cooking vessels in position BO they will not touch each other or the sides of the trunk and pack the material tightly around so that when they are renew ed there will be left a little nest into which they will just fit Any kind of vessel with a close fitting lid may be used for the cooking vessel For my own I use a pound coffee ciiti a half gallon tin pail and a gallon pail Let the packing material be packed nearly to the top of the vessel Make a cushion of any kind of old cloth and fill with the excelsior or chopped hay This is to be placed over the top of the cookings and should just fit the trunk or box Now to cook with this fireless cooker let the food be brought to a boil in the morning boiling from five to twenty minutes cover tightly and place the vessel in the prepared nest cover with the cushion anti a few newspapers let and stand until dinner time Beans need to boil first for twenty minutes and to remain in the cooker four or five hours to be tender Meat shouldalso be cooked for the same length of time Oatmeal for breakfast should be boiled the night be fore for five or ten minutes and left in the cooker over night Potatoes should not be cooked in the cooker ns they will absorb the water but nothing is better for rice oatmeal dried fruits moats and all things that need slow cooking I have used one for six months to cook our breakfast cereals and wo think we con hardly eat any other kind ndw In tho winter we place the can in a kettle of hot water in the morn ing to heat it up as it will be only slightly warm in the morning but will be thoroughly cooked and almost jellied The trunk should often be left open while not in use and the cushion should be hung up to air or it may become musty ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of tho District School Iljr 1rof Dlnnmorr Part 3Practlcal Teaching It will be well to observe the following rules in regard to the intermst afore First they should come as regularly and as certainly as the lessons Children are extremely jealous of their intermissions and it is well to ob serve them sacredly Second the recesses should not be less than fifteen minutes each and the noon intermission a full hour Third it is the teach ers province and duty to see that every part of the intermissions is em ployed to some good purpose by all the pupils As a rule in country schools it is wise to allow boys and girls to play together However if this is done the teacher should always be on the ground and would better join in the games The little ones should have a space to themselves So long as the children know what they want to play and all take part with zest the teacher need offer no suggestions but the list of games in country schools is often quite limited and they weary of them In such a case the pupils will be delighted if the teacher can propose some new games or a new way to play an old ono All games should be played earnestly and vigorously the teacher setting the example If he shows little interest his mood will be quickly caught by others and all usefulness destroyed When the interest lags ti is time to stop Just here a word of caution may be uttered Bossing and scolding on the playground should be strictly avoided Tho teacher should take note of any misconduct should see that no one is slighted or imposed up on and that all proper relations are observed but any unwarranted intru sion will be resented Play to be enjoyed must be free and untrammeled yet freedom is not license to wrongdoing The tactful teacher will know when to interfere and when to refrain If his motives are right he is not likely to commit any Fnrious error The noon hour is valuable in that its length gives an opportunity for n variety of exercises It is delightful when the luncheon is eaten in a group with the teacher Plenty of time should be taken and conversation should flow easily aud pleasantly The teacher can quietly take the lead encouraging others to follow and using tact in bringing out tho timid ones No difficult or embarafsiug questions should be proposed nor any thing unpleasant allowed to mar the happiness of the occasion With a little forethought and planning it can be made tho most cheerful part of the day No one should leave the group without asking to be excused When the teacher rises the ceremony is over Thus conducted the art of conversation is cultivated valuable information imparted nnd social court esies inculcated Interesting items of current news clever stories and friendly discussions will form a sufficient program to make tho time pass quickly and pleasantly A song or shortx ading at the close will often be fitting The time occupied need not be more than twenty minutes- A good half hour is left for play If croquet tennis aud basket ball could be provided in country schools it would be ah excellent thing and there seems no good reason why they should not be The cost would be but slight and far outweighed by the results These games cultivate skill nnd mental alertness rind furnish enough physical exorcise without the severity and roughness of baseball and football If tho large boys prefer baseball to all other games there is no serious objection to it provided those who do not care for it havo something else as good Tho recesses being short may bo occupied with sharp physical exer cise games such as running jumping leapfrog and the like for tho boys pullaway or dropthehandkerchief for tho girls Continued eat Week ITHE F R1L I I Caro of tho Chickens Wipe tho dirt off tho eggs s Help the hens and chickens fight the lice itIm give them u lot of comfort Whole grain can not be beaten for a steady ietBe careful not to overdo the mash business x Dont get the mashes you feed too thin Just enough water or milk to wet tlie feed is sufficient Bran will keep the bowels in good order Better feed that than any of the stimulants on the market Going to build a hen house this year Face it so that the sun will chino anywhereThe doctor I know of is a goodsharp ax Bo on the lookout for ruts Ruts null chicks never did thrive well together Either the rats must go or the chicks will Dont keep eggs long on hand during hot weather You have no idea how soon an egg becomes stale unless you hove been down town and had ono served up to you for luncheon I wonder if farmers do with their chicks as they do with their sheep and cowsraise the ones that come from the best stock Why shouldnt they And yet how few ever think of that eggstheprofits of everybody concerned Farm Journal HAYWOOD SET FREE Jury In Famous Case at Bolt Decides on Verdlt of Acquittal IT WAS A SURPRISING RESULT The Verdict Was Reached After Twen tyOno Hours Deliberation by the Twelve Who Have Sat Through the Long Trial Boise Ida July 9lnto the bright sunlight of a bsautlful Sabbath mom Ing Into tho stillness of a city drowsy with tho lazy slumbers of a summer Sunday William D Haywood defend ant In ono of the most noted trials involving conspiracy and murdor that the country has over known walked a freo man Sunday acquitted of the murder of the former Governor Frank Steunenberg Tho probability of a verdict of ac quittal In tho case of tho secretary treasurer and acknowledged leader of the Western Federation of Miners had boon freely predicted slnco Sat urday when Judge Fremont Wood read his charge which was regardedIas strongly favoring tho Its Interpretation of the laws ot conspiracy circumstantial evldenco and the corroboration of an accomplice who confesses It was alto freely predicted that In the event of I laywoods acquittal tho state would abandon tho prosecution of his associates Charles H Moyer president of tho federation and Goo A Pottlbono of Denver Statements from counsel and from Governor Good Ing dispel this view of tho situation Governor Gooding said The ver diet is a great surprlso to me and I bellovo to all citizens ot Idaho who have hoard or read tho evidence In tho caso I havo done my duty I hare no regret as to any action I havo taken and my conscience is clear As long as God gives me strength I shall continuo my efforts for government by law and for or ganized society The state will con tine a vigorous prosecution of Moyer and Pottlbono and Adams and of Slmpklns when apprehended Thero will be neither hesitation nor retreat Not the least interesting of the comments made upon tho verdict was that of Harry Orchard When told at the state penitentiary that Hay wood had been acquitted Orchard said Well I have done my duty I have told the truth I could do no more I am ready to take any pun ishment that may be meted out to me for my crime and the sooner it comes the better It was after being out for twenty one hours that the jury which at first had been divided eight to four and then seemed deadlocked at ten to two finally came to an agreement shortly after tho first faint streaks of the coming day showed gray above the giant hills Events moved rapidly after this and when the principal actors In the trial had been gathered Into tho courtroom at a fow momenta before 8 oclock tho white envelope handed by tho foreman to the Judge was torn open and tho verdict read It oame as an electric thrill to the prisoner to his counsel to tho attor noys for tho StAto and to the small group of heavyeyed newspaper men and court officials who had been summoned from beds but lately sought or from offices whero sleepless wait- Ing had marked the night Tears welled to tho eyes of tho man who during tho eighty days of his trial had eat with stolid indifference written upon his every feature at last the Icy armor he had thrown about hlmsolf with the first day of jury selecting had been pierced and whatever of pent up feeling had been contained within was loosened Hay woods attorneys were fairly lifted from their seats and Judge Wood made no effort to restrain them as they surrounded him to shake his hands and shout aloud their congrat ulations JURY DISAGREED No Verdict Reached In San Francisco Bribery Case San Franclsoo July 29The Jury in the case of Louis Glass ylce president and general manager of tha Pa cific States Telephone and Telegraph company accussod of having bribed Charles A Boxton a member of the board of city supervisors through tho agency of Theodore A Halsey to withhold a franchise from a rival corporation was unable to agree on a verdict and was discharged after be- Ing out fortyeight hours Tho jury stood oven for conviction and flva for acquittal Tho prosecu tion announced that it will proceed with other indictments against Glass on a similar charge Mrs Ayres Still Defiant New York July 26 Lieutenant Colonel Charles G Ayros of the Four teeth United States cavalry was offi cially Informed of his retirement from active duty in tho army His only comment was I am only a soldier My conimanderinchief has issued his order and I shall accept it without comment Mrs Ayres said Col oae Ayres has been hounded out of the service by a clique of officers wives who are jealous of me and who have influenced their weakmladi husbands to strike at mm through mj husband GAMBLERS IN PANIO Three Attempt at Dynamiting tfte Leaders of Warring Factions Chicago July 27Paulo seized the Chicago gambling fraternity following the sensational attempt to blow up tho beautiful homo of Mont Tcnnes leader of ono of tho warring factions of gamblers Tho attempt to dynamite Tennes homo at 404 Belden avenue failed the police declare because the dyna miters worked too hastily It Is tho third effort In the last two weeks to wreck tho homo or property of A reputed gambler It Is declared that several of tho leaders of tho warring factions fright ened at tho repeated attempts of dyna miters have surrounded their homes and places of business with armed guardsTwo weeks ago a bomb wos ciplcv dodo at the library window of tho homo of Blind John Condon Saturday night John F OMalleys saloon Clark and IClnzIo streets was nearly wrecked by a bomb and the attempt to dynamite Tonnes home followed While Tcnnea ostensibly laughs At tho matter the police declare ho and his family owe their lives to the unskillful manner In which tho bomb was set off Assistant Chief of Police Schuottlor detailed six detectives from his office on tho caso and declared developments mlght be expected be fore night The bomb was hurled at Tonnes home struck a brick garage in tho back yard and blow a hole three feet deep in tho ground Throo win dows In tho house wero broken and the report was heard for blocks A 5000 automobile was in tho garage ENDS LIFE IN RIVER Girl Kneels In Prayer Then Leaps to Death From Drudge Chicago July 25A handsome young woman stylishly dressed leaped from tho Halstead street lift bridge into tho Chicago river leaving on tho bridge a noto written In Pol- Ish Her Identity is a complete mystery While the river Is being dragged for tho body efforts aro being made to follow tho clew given In tho noto In the sight of a policeman who had become suspicious of her actions tho woman climbed to tho top of the bridge railing knelt down for a moment In prayer and threw herself to the water below Tha policeman jumped after her but her body did not rise Drops Note on Bridge As she made hor death plunge she dropped tho noto which was afterward found on tho bridge It was nd dressed to Betty Mandel but nO street number was given Tho noto was written in the fruit store of John Plronto ONeill and Halsted streets where the young woman borrowed paper and pen just before she walked to the bridge Policeman Hyland saw her leave tho tore and followed her but she took tho fatal leap before ho reached her She gore a black skirt a whlto sailor hat and an automobile veil God take care of me she cried just before she took the fatal leap and she screamed as sho struck the chilly water- Policeman Hyland leaped Into tho river and groped around under water but could not find tho body so ho swam ashore to got assistance AI boat was summoned and a thorough search of tho water was mado but tho body could not be found DIG UP TONS OF LOST PIPE Workmen Discover Tubes Durled for Years Still Good lola Ill July 23Fleld workers for tho gas department started to remove a gas pipe that has been used In connecting up tho gas wells on tho Brewer and Stott farms In tho north cast gas fields and discovered over 8000 feet of sixInch gM plpo avail able These wells are among the old est tho city has and the plpo to them has been In tho ground for years According to tho investigations made the life usefulness of tho mains to tho Brewer and Stott wells was estimated as exhausted When it was dug up tho pipe uncovered was found to be In firstclass condition In fact it did not show any signs of having been worn by tho years of service The find is of particular value to tho city at this time because the plpo can be used In making needed street improvements Wounds Prove Fatal Clinton Ill July 27 Dowltt county torn with the Mnglll murder CASe and tho will cases of Millionaire Warner and Snell has now another ensatlon In tho murder at Wapella- of young Ilemus Burton son of the minister of the Methodist church la that city the youth having died from stab wounds received in a quarrel Saturday night when ho was almost disemboweled OldTJklah Cal July 9Tho stare leaving this city for Witter Springs was held up yesterday by a lone ban dit and eighteen passengers were lined up alongside of the conveyance aid robbed of their valuables A few minutes later a second stage thISIpassengers with tho occupants of tho tint stage Arrival of the Maglll CampbellSan Diego Cal with Fred Maglll and hll wife wanted here in connection with the death of Maglllo first wits NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tertley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Konlueklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port WhlOi Are Attracting Atten Won Throughout Kentucky Harlan Ky July 2C Stoned to death as It punished by tho mode of execution hundreds of years ago Is tho horrlblo fato that befell Joseph Turner aged eleven years son of Justice Somule Turner of Williams Creek this county The lad and a number of his com panions wero swimming In Cumberland river and began throwing band at ono another They became angry and changed from sand to stones A crowd of boys led by Thomas Simpson aged thirteen picked out young Turner and began stoning him until ho was mashed almost literally to pieces Ho was carried homo barely breathing and died during tho night Most Intense excitement followed It la understood that a number of men wit nessed the execution of the lad and failed to stop the fight Arrests are likely to follow THE POWERS CASE For the Fourth Time Caleb Powers Will Pace the Court Georgetown Ky July nThefourth trial of Caleb Powers for al leged complicity in the assassination of Senator William Goebel Democrat- Ic aspirant for tho governorship of Kentucky in 1900 begins hero Mon day with Special Judge J R Robbins of Midway presiding Powers has been sentenced to life Imprisonment twice and on a third trial was given the death sentence lie secured new trials however each time and says he la confident of ultimate acquittal Discrimination Charged Lexington Ky July GIt B Dry son president of the Lexington ohara bar of commerce has filed with the railroad commissioner charges of un just rato discrimination against this city by tho Louisville 4 Nashville rail road In regard to tho rate on oil Mr Bryson alleges that tho rato from Maryavllle thirty miles from Carlisle is 140 a ton while tho rate from Jellco Tenn to Carlisle more than 100 miles 1150 a ton Sauce Is on the L A N and Is owned by the rail road people It tho rate were made tho same IUI from Marysvlllo it would open competition with river coal from PltUburg and other Pennsylvania points Young Woman Slain Ashland Ky July 27An atrocious murder ocwired In Lawrence county Ohio opposite Huntlngton Tho vie tim of tho orlmo was Rose Maddox a young white woman of Huntington About 3 oclock In the afternoon Miss Maddox crossed tho Ohio river at Huntlngton and walked down the river road On the some boat were two negroes whoso names tho ferryman did not know They wero last seen following close behind Miss Maddox An hour later the young woman was found dead In the bushes by the side of the road and all around were signs of a terrible struggle Tho suspected negroes have not been found Cornered the Blue Grass Seed Paris Ky July l5A syndicate composed of J S Wilson H F Spears 8 Sons of this city and D S Gay of Winchester Ky has closed a deal by which they becomo tho poascssor of about 700000 bushels of Kentucky blue grass send practically all there Is in the country with the exception of one party holding out about 10000 bushels Tho seed is to be delivered Aug 1 the market opening on that day The annual demand average about 600000 bushels a large part of which goes to Europe Boiler Let Go Now Haven Ky July 27The ex loslon of a boiler in the plant of the New Haven Tile company wrecked the building and killed Wellington Brown colored Victor Bowling one of the proprietors was badly hurt Throe others were injured Just Cause for Complaint Washington July 29In a decision Announced by Commissioner Prouty the interstate commerce commission held that the territory of Oklahoma hall just cause of complaint against the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railway and other Interstate carriers- on account of the rates on wheat and cdrn from Oklahoma to Galveston Tex for export In its complaint the territory asked for a reduction on such shipments The commission ordered the rates reduced Negro Shoots His Father Zancsvillo 0 July l9Wm Sweed a negro youth of fifteen surrendered- to the auU oritles here after having shot and killed his father CharlesI Sweed near Bill station It is said came homo Intoxicated yesterday and began to beat his youngest son The mother of the child Interfered and the elder Sweed was choking her when William grabbed a shotgun and blew cfif the side ef his fathers head II CANT GET EM OUT Filipinos Approach Election Day Without Any Exhibition of Interest In tho Matter THEIR APATHETIC ATTITUDE Despite Efforts of Party Leader to Get Out Vote Native Refuse to Respond Not One In Ten of Voting Population Has Registered Manila July 27The approach of the first Philippine general election next Tuesday when a Philippine con gress will bo chosen la marked by considerable apathy throughout tho islands In splto ot tho strenuous ef forts made by tho party leadoff to bring out the vote Reports received from the provinces indicate that less than 10 per cent of tho entire voting population has registered ita Intention to tftko ad vantage of this first opportunity to elect delegations to congress It Is estimated that the total registered vote Is less than 60000 Tho leaders adopted ovory expedient to create In terest In tho election but without sue cessThe of the campaign is kaleidoscopic Four months ago the Indepondent factions which united un der tho name Nationalist appeared to control the situation and tho Progressives Secretary Taff old fed oral government party did not scam to have much of a following outside of the officoholdlng element Tho alt uation is obangod however and today any prediction would bo futile Tho Nationalists hue been split up by fac tional fights and tho chances of tho Progressives seem to bo good Tho death sentence passed upon Gab liontalon Vlllafuerto and Bo rage for outlawry have been confirmed by tho supreme court This aaUon lathe cane of Sakay Is thought to lit nify tho political death of Dominator Gomez a Nationalist leader Gomes acted as the agont cf UM government in Inducing Sakay and Us followers to surrender and ho promised tho president that they never would be convicted ANTITRUST LAW Is Now Being Pushed Against the Standard In Mississippi Tupelo Miff July 24 George D Mitchell prosecuting attorney for tho Flat JudMal dtetrict has filed suit in the Lee county circuit court at this I place against the Standard 011 com pany far 314St04K charging that i corporation with a violation of the MlMlt4ppt aniltrust laws If the suitIIis won by the prosecutor the Oil company will not only be forced to pay the penalty but will ba obliged to change Its organisation or leave I MUslMlppi The petition in the suit alleges tho Standard OH company has violated the law in that It owes stock in the WatorsPIeree Oil oompaay of Missouri and tho Union Tank Una Now With the Jury Boise Idaho July 7TJ10 fate of William D Haywood secretary of the Western Federation of Misers is now In the hands of UM twelve awm who for eleven weeks have been lltBl g to the evidence In his mSG and to whom It Is now loft to decide what penalty If any Haywood shall pay for pertlalaaUon In a criminal con spiracy resulting in the assassination of former Governor Frank Steunen berg with which he is charged Another Military Accident Fort Tarry Plum Island N Y July 24By a premature explosion of a i blank charge of ono of the sixloon title guns at Battery Bradford thin post Private George Hammond of the 100th company coast artillery was killed and four other were injured j ono man seriously IEight Violations Alleged Topeka Kan July 24 Attorney General Jackson has filed criminal proceeding against the International Harvester company alleging eight dls tract violations ot tho antitrust law Tho punishment In each caso is a flno of from 100 to 1000 THE MARKETS ItCurrent Quotations on Grain and Liver stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 85o No 2 red 170 CornNo 2 62c OatsNo 2 mixed 44Wc Hay Clovor 1500 = 01660 timothy 18002000 millet t 1200 m 1400 Cattle460 710 Hogs 5000060 Sheep 3000460 Lambs 5500675 j At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 920 Corn No 2 66Mc OatsNo 2 46Hc Cattle i 4760585 Hogs 4600630 Sheep 2250486 Lambs500725- At Chlcaga WheatNo 2 red 910 Corn No2 64c OatsNo2 43c Cat tieSteers 4500735 stockers and feeders 3000500 Hogs 5600 135 Sheep 4000600 Lambs 5000725 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500655 Hogs 5500 TOO 8Iallp 3600550 Lambs3600- e74e At East Buffalo CtU400685 Hogs 5500 CI5 iheep 3000560 LamblGOO 771 Wheat at Toledo Kept 11s Dec 85c cash 90Uc AUTHORITIES CLASH NORTH CAROLINA AND UNITEC STATES COURTS THREATEN STAGE OF CONFLICT R Governor Rejects Peace Offer of the GovernmentRate Law Situation Very Serious Ashovlllc N OH July 25JIho stets ot North Cnrollua la now in a proaUca poiIUon of flat defiance of federal au thorlty Gov Gloim refused to consider e poaoo plan subinittod by Agsttuut At tornoy General Sanford who name hero direct from President Roosevoll At the same time Judge Lyon presid ing In f lion In a form ot the wipe Tlor court instructed tho grand Jury to return indictment immedtaUrty ugotini tae Southern railway for violation ol the ratio law As Uio law baa been declared un constitutional by Unliud States Clr cult Judge Pritefeard the action ol Judge Lyon completely ignores tho fed oral court and opens the wey for mat overriding of federal authority which will prcokpftace the long expected orM It U aoMvrvattve to My that the eltye deveMgtseala In tho railroad coo trnmay bear a morn serious aspect than at any time slnee the agttaUon be 9Bft Tho state advocates awcrteJ that the federal wart can not escape a itataUan of the federal statute whtoh pniMbits n federal ofUder from gruntr c- tingan Injunction asjahiBt A slate court a They say foal K hi too clear sow to c admit of any question that what Judge PrUebnnl bas Already done amount to a violation of tho federal statute Gnv Glenn taunted the flames by as stating la a public Matcmont that to have accepted the Sanford peace plan wouM have coatit toJ a humiliating Burrendar to the federal court- I shaft sot eoosMer any offer trom the other eWc be mid until the nil road eoMplfc wMb the taw In other words Ute governor InalMa that the railroad atoll comply wHh A law that A federal lodge hH already declared wtoMMtttMUoMl before Wo otate eater tote Any poaee oooterenee- cuatlmhiK sae nover or declared that the terra laM down by Mr San lord M Butted to lIIIc- If JL PrttcfeATd hd shOTO the slighter liN asfcM to recofftnae the validity f the rats Mir oowUmted the IXOt11R4 Jr and tae right of the state and pixMeoHl eaase arhring t ands I in the rHmiaal oowrta I lIVid have been oir 4y a 41tila4 tA atinw mMftl1 w u uo W avapeotal until the 1Iout ren costa of the United States uld decide 1 foal In Ute present oirewMtaneea that I can not foe OM nwjweat permit this tow of the lttMe anjr tore than any other law to be iRBoretl and Iramaled under foot by the railway company or any one etee- In this frame of mind ttelpUnK UII conflict whteu ta coMlnc between the pUl and tie United States circuit court tho state oftleteVi have now pro pared a plan of procedure which to designed to overcome any order by the Dated Suttee court forblddhig the lawIsays la nnocmetttutlonal- TMs plan ahnply looks to forcing the Southern mMwajr Into bankruptcy In hi wont of the wipremo court of the Uultcxl States ultimately de larinR that the law is conaLttutConaI It will bo rooallod that the Southern cured the dooklon in tho ca oa of Sooil and Wllwn who wero convicted in thtt Ashovlllc police court on a chargo of charging moro than 214 cents a mile and sentenced to Imprisonment under tho penalty clause oftho law JUMPED FROM AUTO And Was Ground To Pieces By Cara Two Others Seriously Injured Mobile Ala July GDr J fKlllebrew ono of the most prominent of the younger physicians of this city was ground to pieces under the wheels of a string of freight cars at the eress ins ot tho Mobile Jackson Kanaa City ralroad at Ann and Tennessee 9 streets Perrin Datora a promlnant young ftttorncgr and society man way seriously Injured and Walter PJHorn a young business man and clubman flllBhtly Injured In an automobile accident whom returning from the boll canjo at Moor o park n Walter Horn was driving and Dr KlHebrcw was on the front sent with Win and In jumping was tripped and fell on the track under the wheels ot the moving cars The automobile was driven across tho track before tho I twin ot cars wia seen R Brlngk 1177 Japs Victoria B G July 26 Bringing 1177 Japnifbso from Honolulu the Kumcrlc reached Wllamhoftd quarou Urn ptctlon The stoamor will bo ox omlntd a Killed By Natives Brussels July 261Ial1 aJvIcw trout t the Congo state that an officer and ulna native militiamen havo boon kill ed by natives and that in the French Congo a inislcfiaiy has been slaUx d- oha Int rIOT wnbro tho natlvd soldiers mo rising against tho whites I t Victims Still puffing liostpn July 251ho condlUon 61 t tlio nine survivors of the accident on Ibltar the baU nhqoogrlq a week ago Momlny who are confined In the Chelsea naval hospital was reported- as being vrtthotit cliARSO JURY III THE HAYWOOO VIAL WILL CE CHARGED DY JUDGE SAT URDAY MORNING Mrs Steurfenberg Appears In Court For the First Time Accompanied Dy Her Son raw Ida Jul 2GThe coin of the IIl1y1WOOdFrank Sleunenberg a former governor of the state will rout with judge and Jury Friday night Claroano Darrow after speaking for 11 hours concluded Uio QUill pica for HaywooUa life at 420 p m and at t oclocU Thursday evening United State Senator Borah opened the doe tog argument for the prosecution Hi will spook for three sessions or about seven hours Judge Fremont Wood will Instruct and charge tho jury on Saturday morn lug At least 1000 persona wore unable to find seats In tho courtroom Two hours before Uio hour sot for the third seeston of the day crowd barn to arrive and within half an hour the doors wore closed to all but court offleteis amd newspaper men It was an audience composed almost outlrcdy of tsetse people gathered to hear the speech of Uio young man who recently elected by tho people ol Idaho to represent thorn In the United States senate has been the awwtant counsel for tho prosecution In the case Against Haywood Aside from the unaccustomed crowd In the courtroom and the large number of women present the scone WU much as It hn been at oach of the sessions during the last 11 weeks Mrs Steunonborg the widow of the murdered governor appeared In the courtroom for tho tint Umo since the trial opened She occupied a sent Inside the rail In beside her youngest ton Julian Coy Goodlng with a number of tho executive staff and a large rcpreonto Uon of the state judiciary and bar wore among the audience I laywood was surrounded by hi coun set nod his wife In hoe Invalid chair was M usual by hk aide At tile pnxwctit tons table when Sen tor B rah roM to epeak were seated two associate counsel but James 1L Hawloy leading counsel for the Mate was not In hU place owing to serious illnees Sassier Borahs speech was a sense lion Front time to Umo he inroad on counsel for the defense fierce demon elation pouring tram his lips and at Uates he brought protests from Rich anHon and Darrow but with biasing cyst and het words he silenced every effort to break the rash of words tike cNwax wee resoled when In be halt of tile state ot Idaho Ha people la governor lad himself he dtoeUlnied all Intention or desire to give Immunity to Orchard Finally bed face palo and voice quiv ering with omorton tile senator raised his arm and MM If I should over join In or give np proral to Immunity to this man I hope the groat God may wither my right arm In lie socket HAYWOOD ACQUITTED Jury Was Out 21 Hours Before Verldct Was Reached Boise Ida July 29Into Ute bright sunlight of a beautiful Sabbath morn lag William D Haywood defendant In one of the moat noted trials Involving conspiracy and murder that tho coun try has over known walked ft free man acquitted of tho murder of farmor Gov Frank Stounenbcrg If was after being out 21 hours that the jury which at fret had been dl vided eight to tour and then seemed deadlocked at ton to two finally come to an agreement shortly after tho first faint streaks of tho coming day showed above Uio giant hihia Events then moved rapidly after this and at a few momenta boforo 8 oViook the white c velopo handed by the foreman to tho judge was torn open and the vordlct rend Tho probability of a rordlct of acquittal In tho rase of the secretary treasurer and acknowledged leader ot tho Western Federation of Miners had been freely predicted when Judge Fro moot Wood road his charge which wee regarded as strongly favoring the de fence It was also freely predicted that In tho ovont of Hajrwondn acquittal the state would abandon the prosecution of his associates Charles II Moyer president of the Federation and Gee PctUbone of Denver Want Eight Dollars a Day Dutte Mont July 2GThe local Plumbers union struck for J8 per day of eight hours The men now receive IT Buildings to cost Jl000000 under construction are tied up Fifteen Injured Ashland Nob July aA heavy windstorm struck a crowded Chatau qua ten creating a panic and resulting In tho more or learn serious Injury of 15 persons YMob Fought For Prisoner Chicago July 2GTho assailant c4 three little girls John F Kasperzlckl tor whom the police havo been hunting for several days was captured and Identified A mob of 1000 tried to take him from the pollco arid ynch hits but the Pincers landed prisoner In jail Haus Father Stricken Karlsruhe July 26Tho father oi Karl lieu who Juan been sentenced if death for tho murder of his wlfot Bttother Frau MolltoTj suffered R trokV ef apoplexy and flee in a critical oea dltlor C RIPPER AT LARGE IN CERLINAND HE PICKS LITTLE GIRLS FOR VICTIMS LURES CHILDREN FROM NOME Then Stabs Them With a Sharp In atrument One of the Three Tots Assaulted Is Dead Berlin July 27A series of cold blooded crimes singularly resembling tho Jack tho Kipper murders but for Uio fact that instead of women the vlotlms wero little girls followed ono tln01f1 r with remarkable celerity al most In the center of the cRy and aroused Indignation and excitement Within a short space of Unto the assassin successively ntlood three girl baths the oldest G yenta of ago Into doorways of houaoa and stabbed them several amps In tho abdomen with a sharp Instrument As a result one ot the children is dead another dying and the third is dangerously wounded The first knowledge that the crimes toad been committed otuno when an occupant of the house at the corner of llykc and Belford streets round tho body of Margaritba Prawitz aged 4 lying In tho doorway bathed In blood the bowls protruding and tho lower port of the body horribly gashed This was Immediately reported to the pollee who were about to Investigate the case when reports came that Hartha Lon case aged 3 And Hlly Kntape 6 years old have been found similarly out raged but still Alive In Prenslauer al lee and Henwrdorfer street rospoc ttvelynumora soon spread throughout tho vicinity which magnified tho number of victims and the Inhabitants of the neighborhood became dntaneol excited Mothers Bought their children in the streets and made them roturn indoors in fear that they might meet a similar fete Crowds gathered about tho police station ahouUns vengeance aghast tho murdererIn meantime the two victims who aUII lived wore transported to a hospital Their condition Is extremely precarious They are not expected to survive tho night The officials acted Quickly In an endeavor to locate the murderer and published an otter et a reward ot 1000 for his capture Shortly after the Grimes were com milled a slip of paper with a dtath- baad sketched on It was found on a public seat In the square near the scene On It was inscribed In a rams bUag hud Away in five minutes there wilt be another corpse There Is a child murderer In the neighborhood Deliver this note to the police I have killed children In Belfortor PreUtiauer and Henierdorfer streets The note was attached to the seat by means of a sharp single solstors blade and It Is assumed that the crimes were committed with the other half of the Instrument Experts who havo examined the note found on tho seat have come to tho conclusion that It was wrlUon by a madman BLACK CAP WAS READY For Negro When He Denounced a Spectator as the Murderer Montgomery Ala July 27ln the presence of a largo crowd Colvlu Cole man a negro while on the scaffold to pay the penalty for the murder of J A Klnley a white man accused W n Fisher a saloonkeeper ot having com mltted the crlwe W H Fisher and a negro named Bllllo killed Mr Finely declared Coleman just before the black cap was placed over his head and I helped to place his body in a carriage Some day you will find out the truth and will then know 1 am not guilty Fisher was looking at Coleman at the time but din not create a scene I am able to prove an alibi declared Mr Fisher and I did so when the offi care Investigated the case at the time ot the murder There is not a man who b not convinced of my Innocence May Cause His Jons Death Kewanw Ill July 27 Strychnine placed by a father In a whlsky bottle from which liquor was mysteriously disappearing may cruse tho death of William Maloney A young farmer son of the man who poinonod tho whisky The elder Maloney lien been arrested pending tho outcome of his sons ill nose and may be confronted with a manslaughter charge if tho young man Glen Mrs Leslie Sentenced London July 27Mrs Josephine Leslie waa found guilty In the Old Bailey on tho charge of defrauding members of wellknown families and sentenced to five years penal servi tude It was her custom to represent herself aa a friend of J PJerpont odor san and declare that ho guided her Investments Is Wanted In Texas nichmondVa July 27 Archie Gun nlngham alias John Lee atlas Frank Hayes charged with stealing a ring from a woman was identified by the Richmond detectives as a man who If wanted by the authorities of Dallas Tex for grand larceny Educator Shot Oshkosh WIs July 27 President Richard II Halaey of the Oshkosh normal school and well known In edu cational circles throughouttltocoup try was accidentally shot and Idllei at Geofobla lake WIs 7 14 DIE IN TENEMENT HOUSE BLAZE EXPLOSION FOLLOWED DY FIRE CATCHES OCCUPANTS Front of the Building Clown OutWit Be Impossible To Recover Bodies Until Ashes Have Cooled Now York July 29An explosion accompanied by fire ahMtored an EMI Side tenement and with the crumbllni walls 14 peoplo went down to death while twlcb as many wore probably totally injured Tho horror was a repetition of the periodical blaze that sweeps througb tho densely populated foreign section of city and Is almost Invariably at tended with panic and death The wrecked building was at 222 Christie Dtrcftt where a slxetory tenement rose ubovo the grocery store basement An explosion ass yet Unaccounted for toro out the front of tho building and the fire that followed caught the 2 families numbering about 100 pot sons while most of them wore asleep Not until tho ashes have cooled will it bol possible to recover the bones ol the deed Of the Injured many jumped from tho windows othora wore caught by falling timbers many half suffocated by smoke wore dragged from the hallways while others received their wounds during the panic and mad fight among eaoh other for an exit Tho tenement was occupied chiefly by Italians A paseerby was attracted to the explosion which apparently occurred on the basement floor As he turned toward tho building tho whole front with Its fllmsoy fire oscapos fell into the street and from Che sagging floors a score of half awake people dropped Into the street Many of those wore badly hurt but they proved to be tho more fortunate of the tenants for in another Instant tho building was wrapped In flames and the cries of persons burning to death rent the air In tho wild panic that followed many received mortal injuries Several who sought escape by a rear stairway wore driven back by choking smoke Some of these made their way through the fire to other exits but more foil overcome In the hallways to bo yd rag god out Insensible by the pollco and firemen Of Ute dood and dying a largo pats ore women and children FIRE VISITS CONEY ISLAND N Y Four Blocks In Amusement Zone Completely Destroyed New York July 29Coney Island tho nlaygrouml of Now York millions was visltcd by a disastrous fire and seven blocks in tho amusement zone Mere completely destroyed Tllyou8 steeplcchaso park and hearty a score of small hotels wero wiped out and for a time tho flames throat onod destruction to Luna pork and Dreamland groat homos of summer amusementA shift of the wind to sea ward aided tho fireman and probably saved tho whole picturesque area but not unUl 11000000 damage had been doneThree Persons wore Injured one of them Gottfried MesEcrll a fireman probably fatally Arrested on Larceny Charge El Paso Tex July 29C Q Lolo vlor publisher of tho Industrial an al legod revolutionary periodical and his son wore arrested at Douglas Ariz upon a charge of larceny preferred by the Mexican government Lelevler declares that ho 4s guilty of no TOng- an that the charge In trumped up by Mexican Consul Mara wow figured in tho abduction ot Sarabla and who was severely criticised by Lelerler Lola vlcr and his son ware taken to Noco end Jailed Lone Bvndlt Holds Up Two Stages UfcJah Cal July 29The stage leav dug this city for Vitter Springs was held up by a lone bandit end 13 pass angers Wore lined up along side of the conveyance and robbed of their val uables A tow minutes later a second etago from Uklah came Into view and tho robber proceeded to line Its ten passengers with tho oocujiants of the first stage Mysterious Shot Kills Soldier Calumet Mich July 29 Chalmor Luckkolo a private in the company from Houghton was shot and killed just aa tho throe mlllUa companies wore about to start a sham battle The b Jot It is said came from without the tanks and it is believed that a do liberate attempt was made to kill one of the soldiers Killed In Elevator Shaft St Louie July 29The breaking ot a cublo plunged an elevator down five stories In the Ely oi Walker Dry Gooda Co building killing John Ward and badly injuring Paul J Grot Their Prayers Answered Joplin Mo July 29The pastors in the various churches Sunday morning offered prayers for rain to dispel the drought Threo hours later a beav downpour began Pardon Refused By Young GirlI Atlanta Ga July 29 Because ol her devotion to a woman who had been oa a mother to her Cornelia Rake a pretty 17yearold girl refused a par- dondhat would free her from a Georgia chain gong unites Aged MM Reynolds was also freed Killed Three Injured Four Brockton Moss July 29 = A special train tan into tho tear of a freight train on the Now York New Haven Hartford railroad and plowed Lts was through tho dabooso and four IrolgU care tilling three sad injuring four STATE ITEMS OF INEREST I TEST WILL BE MAPR Of the Right of Judge Moody to DIs miss the Hargls Case Lexington Ky County Judgo S S Taulbee of Jackson while hero said that Attorney D n Jouett of Win chester who has been associated with Attorney A Floyd Dyrd in the prosocu Uon of Judgo James Hargte told him that the dismissal of Judgo Hargis at Sandy Hook would bo tested In the court of appeals An exception to the ruling of Judgo W B Moody was ta ken as Jouott Is of the opinion that the case should have been suspended instead of being dismissed JoueU Judgo Taulbeo says has found two supreme court ooistons that support his contention Ho added however that It was no use to try the liar glses Anywhere as long as Gov Deck ham appointed the judges- OCONNORS FIST Caught Godfrey on the Nose For Slur ring the Irish Louisville Ky Defense of tho Irish for an alleged Insult offered toy a German resulted In o warrant being sworn out against Magistrate Edward OCon nor charging him with assault and battery on J H Godfrey According to Godfrey ho called at OConnors office with somo garnishee papers thathad been incorrectly drawn and after having them corrected ho remarked that It was characteristic of an Irishman to mako mistakes and Just at tho moment OConnors fist caught him on tho nose and sent him to the floor for tho count Magistrate OConnor said ho took Godfreys remark as a personal Insult COAT AND HAT Pierced By Bullets But the Officer Got Alleged Moonshiners Loubvllle Ky Jesse Skagg3 an al leged moonshiner of Lome county was lodged in jail here by United State Deputy Marshal Jeff Cundlff who succeeded In capturing his man otter a desperato hand to hand battlo In the cliffs of Lame county During the two days search for Skaggs Deputy Cundlff was fired upon several times from am bush and returned to Louisville with two bullet holes through his coat and one in the rim of his hat as evidence of tho marksmanship of tho wouldbe assassins Skaggs was held to the grand Jury by Commissioner Broderick at Lebanon and in default of 560 was remanded to the Louisville jail Noted Author Is Dead Henderson KyDr Archibald Dlx on of this city received a telegram stating that Mrs Susan Bullltt Dixon tho second wife of the late Gov Archi bald Dixon died In New York city Mrs Dixon was the daughter of Wit liam C Bullltt of Jefferson county Kentucky Sho was tho author of the Missouri Compromise which treats of the part taken by tier husband in that great legislative event Jabbed With Umbrella Henderson KyFrank Kuhn a race horse man from Nashville Tenn end Clarence Wllllngham a barber of this city engaged in a fight here and the former punched the latter In the eye with an umbrella Wllllngham is un conscious and In a critical condition Kuhn was arrested Ho claims self defense A Clash In Sight Barbourville KyThe strike situa then at tho Warren plant of the Mat thaws Coal Co reached an acute stage with the arrival of the nonunion miners who will bo put to work Act- Ing on reports of threats against the management by the strikers many peace warrants are being issued hero for service Blew Down the Tent Lebanon Ky During a heavy rain storm the wind blow down tho lArge pudltorinm tent on the grounds of the Central Kentucky Chantauqud associa tion Father E P Graham of San dusky 0 was delivering a lecture at the time Some 1200 or 1500 people under the canvas at the Ume escaped serious Injury Stanley to Talk Lexington Ky Congressman A O Stanley of Hendereon has accepted an Invitation front the Scott County Fair association to deliver an address to the tobacco growers of Central Ken tucky on the first day of the fair Au gust 6 Tho first day of the fair has been designated Burley Tobacco day Detained Against Her Will Vancobure KyDr J F Burchott coroner of Lewis county was arrested for detaining Mrs Kweyer n married woman ngolnat her wish Ho was tried before County Judge Leo and held under ball to await the action of tho grand jury Ho is a prominent physician During the Eclipse Lexington KyDuring a heavy oboe trical storm while the moon was In eclipse lightning struck an intonir ban car near hero on tho Vorsnllea line Passengers wero panlcstrirken and shocked but none eoriously In jured Youth Kills Himself Hnrrodsburg Ky Cbarlas tobins- On 18 committed suicide by shooting himself while out driving with Muw Gertrude Sagrach 14 The couple wero to have been married in two i weeks Tho ball Decorated thelung I 1 DIES OF PARA YSIS Col Will S Hays Veteran Poet and Song Writer Passes Away Louisville KyCol Will S Hays 70 the veteran river editor of tho Cour ierJournal song writer and poet died at his homo hero of vertigo catwpd by a stroke of parlysls suffered I tha IrOQuoIs theater fro In Chicago Col Hays had always claimed tho authorship of tho original words of Dixie and that he was responsible for the arrangement of the mulc Ills version of Dixie was written at the outbreak of the clvll war but tho words were considered so seditious that the writer was arrested and com pelled to change them By that time It is said Dan Emmett tho minstrel had written his song and his publisher had It copyrighted Cob Hays most famous song was Molly Darling the sales of which reached two million copies In Europe and America Among his other songs wore Keep In de Middle of do Road The Old Log Cabin In the Lane and Signal Bells at Sea BOY STONED TO DEATH Youthful Play While In Swimming Changed to Shocking Tragedy Harlan KYStonod to death as if punished by the mode of execution used hundreds of years ago was the horrible fate that befell Joseph Turner 11 son of JusUce Samuel Turner of Williams Creek this county Tho lad with a number of his com panions wore swimming in the Cum i berland river and began throwing sand at one another They became angry and changed from sand to stones A crowd of boys led by Thomas Simpson 13 picked out young Turner and be gun stoning him until he was mashed almost literally to pieces He was carried homo barely breathing and died Intense excitement followed It is understood that a number of men witnessed tho execution of the lad and did not stop the fight Arrests and lynchings are likely to follow NEARLY DECAPITATED Was the Husband and Wife Was Killed By Falling Down Stairs Lexington Kylke Fretwoll of Paris Is boring overwhelmed with trou bles During a fight with Nowton Al yea Fretwcll was almost decapitated and while slowly recovering from hits wounds in tho hospital here he was notified that his wife Lizzie Fretwcll bad fallen down the steps at her homo and been killed Ho is being watched to prevent his committing suicide Showered With Bullets HopWnsvllle Ky Night riders num boring about 100 surrounded the real deuce of Stephen P Mosely a proud nent Trigg county farmer near Roar ing Springs and riddled tho house with pistol and gun volleys Mosely was shot in the face ear and handa with duck shot Mrs Moselys right eye was pierced by fragments of wire screen shot out of the door of her bed room Guardsmen Vaccinated Barboursvlllo KyTho Second reg- Iment Kentucky State Guard return ed from tho encampment at James town Intense exlctomcnt was occa stoned by tho discovery of a smallpox case on the special a member of the Wbitosburg company having the disease Members of the board of health met Company B of this city and ordered all the clothing destroyed All members are bolng vaccinated Watchful Dog Seized Burglar Louisville KyA fox terrier belong- Ing to Joseph E Kerbel residing at 404 East Chestnut street captured a negro burglar and turned him over to tho police Just as the intruder forced open a window tho dog seized him by the ann and caused the negro to give the alarm by crying out The dog did not release his grasp until tho arrival of Patrolman Nash- Champion Shot Expires Louisville Ky George A Jones champion revolver shot of Kentucky died at his home here from Injuries received In a peculiar manner In climbing up the oldo of a enroll ravine Jones was being assisted by a friend whoa the latter lost his footing and slid down the embankment striking Jones in the abdomen with his knee causing perforation of tho bowels Arrested For Embezzlement Louisville Ky William J Somonln retiring county clerk was arrested on a charge of embezzlement it being al leged that ho iU short in his accounts us clerk of Jefferson county In a sum approximating from 45000 to 50000 The arrest was made at the instance of Mayor D1n ham and caused a great sensation Victim of Lightning Ellzabethtown KyRoy Tabb n young farmer living near this city was struck by lightning while standing by box at his homo Hu was knock senseless and Is paralyzed from his hips down Ills vita la de spaired of Leaves Fifteen Children Pomeroytbwn Ky Shoiton Trim ble aged olshtyseven years died at his home near hero from blood pol boning which resulted Torn cutting u his foot Ho loaves a wife and tt children 1r etioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoCoRoeoioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo 2 East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else I Bo eorrttpondioc publlihed ultti ilintd U till by tan wrtUt Tile namne e o It not for publication but AI an evidence ot rood faith Write plainlyo ooeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoNOTE The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II The time to start is in the fall New Arrangement with College Treasurer The Treasurer announces a slight but Important change in his arrange ments Instead of settling for board and pay for labor done by students by the month he will hereafter settle by the half termThls makes ono less day of settlement saving his time and the time of the student And thl means that on the opening day stu dents must pay for halt a terms board 7 weeks In the fall Instead of five weeks board See College ad vertisement In another column Who is W A Cope Mr Cope one of the candidates for the Republican nomination for state representative was born April 13th 1879 In a log cabin In Jackson county His home has been a log cabin nil his Ute He was left an orphan at the age of eleven but was determined to get a good education When eighteen years of age he walked flue miles to school every day to save board and at tend In the winter At twentytwo he obtained a second grade certificate and taught two years then obtaining a first grade certificate which he now holds both In Madison and Jackson counties He and his sister whom he assisted In getting her education have both been students of Berea College lIe Is a personal friend and fellow stu dent In Borea of Mr Dean the other candidate and does not expect that friendship to be lessened whichever wins the nomination Mr Cope says I realise that the next legislature will be one of great 1m portanee and If nominated and elected I shall do all I can for the mountain people and especially for tile man between the plow handles UADISOn COUNTY URBTFDS July liMI88 Dora Bange will leave Saturday for Dayton Ohlo Mr and Mrs Dave Qarrett of Mote JanesIIand faintly Mies VIokle visiting her cousin Mm Sherroai Hurley this week MIsa Guwle Kuek er of Moto visited Miss Mina Jone Sunday Miss Bula Rubles spent Sat urday night and Sunday of last week with Miss Dora Benge Mr and Mrs Link Lamb spent Sunday with Mr Curtis Lake and family of Duluth Little Mile Maud Hlrt of Hugh re turned home Sunday after a few days visit with Miss Sunshine JonesMr Jack Qillur of Mote Is moving this week to the home he purchased from S Lamb Mr and Mrs 1ervlse of White Station spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Chas JonesRev Jas Pierson filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frank Ames of Kings ton spent Sunday with Mrs Nellie OggMr and Mrs L C Powell were the guests of Mr and Mrs F M Jones SundayMrs Walter Williams of Kerby Knob will arrive Sunday to spend a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs JIm Jones Ilia lULL July 29 Charlie Green of Corbin Ky is visiting home folks this week The Misses Ready and little brother of Corbin Ky are visitIng Mr and Mrs Whit Lewis Mr and Mrs Tur pin of Richmond are spending a few days at Mallory Springs Mrs Ellen Todd of Berea was lther fathers last week canning blackberries Mr Charles Hlrt who has been In Wolfe county for several days has returned Messrs Whit Lewis Jas Morgan and J F Adams took In the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Vrs T J McICcehan and daughter Manerva spent Sunday of last week with Mr and Mrs Klah McKeehan of MoteFlora Green was In Berea Thursday of last weekMrs James Morgan and children visited Mr and Mrs Pete Carpenter Sunday Mrs Jessie Nealy and Mr and Mrs Armon Nealy of Kerby Knob visited Mr and Mrs Charles Hlrt Saturday night Protracted meeting will begin at Pilot Knob the second Saturday and Sunday of August Everybody Is invited to attend the meeting Mr and Mrs Hubbard of Richmond are expecting to spend a few days at Mallory Springs this weekT J McKeehan Is visiting his sister Mrs Fettle and family of Missouri Mr Reuben Gabbard and family visited Mrs Julia C Green Sunday Miss Reece of Kerby Knob k visiting Miss Llllle Hlrt this weekMr and Mrs Mack Maupin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J H Wltaoa eoeoeoeoeoeoiosofloeoeoeoeoeJACKSON OLIN July 25A singing school was or guilied at Blooming Grove church house Saturday With Mr George Miller as teacherMr N A Cope Candidate for Representative passed through here this week We think Mr Cope is a deserving young man and if elected will do all he can for the mountain people Miss Etta Med lock visited her friend Miss Mary Shepherd Saturday night Mrs Mount Stewart has been on the sick list for quite a while but is Improving some Cara King was the welcome guest of her cousin Jennie Hurley Sun day night Mr and Mrs Willie Med lock of this place visited Mrs Med locks parents Mr and Mrs Sid Bowling Saturday night Miss Ida King was the guest of her grandfather and grandmother Mr and Mrs Dan King Monday evening Mr J F Dean expected to set a good vote In Perry and Brcathltt counties as he Is really a good mountain man ORATMAWK July 27 Farmers are very busy hay making George Tincher returned home from East Bernstadt yesterday with goods for W R Engle and Judd DrosMrs Louisa Tincher Is quite slckMr John Johnson and family have returned to their old home after three years stay in OhloW F Tlncher our singing master succeed ed in getting a singing school at the Judd schoolhouse with thirtyone mem bars Wm Parrett and Brathor Harris are fishing today on the Laurel ForkMr McIntosh the timber man made a business call on Mrs C A Judd yesterday Uncle Peter Maden was found dead hung to a joist It Is supposed be hanged himself lIe was an old man and a good citizen W R Bollard made a business trip to R P Welchs last ThursdayRev Wm Anderson bought a new mowing machine MIDDLE PORK July 2GMr Mahlon Summers and family who have been visiting friends and relatives at this place returned to their home at Livingston Monday Rev Henry Lewis of Laurel county preached at this place Saturday and SundayMr Ben Tussey and Joseph Fllnchum attended church at Lettei Box Sunday MIsa Della Angel en tertalned a large crowd of young folks Sunday Little Joe Dowey Angel is very slckCap Wilson Wee and Lige Angel and several others attend ed church at Letter Box Sunday even IngMr and Mrs Dan Angel are the proud parents of a fine boy boru July 22nd He has been named Robert Joe Johnson Miss Dora McWhorter began her school at Old Bend Monday morning with a good attendance FOVTOWN July 26Most of the tarmacs are thru with their crops in this neigh borhoodPeople are very anxious to see some good sheep buyer come in the neighborhood We think sheep will bring a good prlceC M Bake visited friends and relatives at Pan ola last weekMr and Mrs Thomas Lakes attended church at Sand Spring last Sunday Messrs Charley Bake- and Thomas Lakes left Friday for Station Camp on business Wo were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs William Wells of near Blanton Flat The bereaved family have the sympa thy of alL flU ASK I COUNTY PLATO I July 29Corn is laid by harvest is done and farmers are trying to keep out of old Sols reach Walter Debord who has been sick for some time with typhoid is up again and re turned to Somerset to work Robert Splplet of Somerset visited home folks this weekJ C Lewis Jr of the I Sue Bonnet school of London was working in the interest of the school in this part this week andvisited H C McQuary and brother Mrs J N Brown has returned from a visit in India Territory rind Oklahoma and visited at Mrs J F McQuarya Sun dayD E McQuary opened school at Plato the 22nd inst with good at tendance H C McQuary began at Pleasant View the same datePulaski county is to vote on the turnpike proposition this fall We hope the bond issue will carry All good citizens want good roadsMrs Linn Baker nee Miss Rutha Debord of St Louis Mo is visiting her brother William DebordEpson Broyles bought a 16 hand horse 5 years old from Jack Owens for 175Clay Brown bought a tract of land from Dr Lesterman for 1300 The land is near the Gilmore schoolhouse and contains over fine hundred acres Miss Ora Brown and Lenel Green visited Miss Lura Baker Saturday night Sunday school WM organized at the McQuary place oa tk 27th last and la well attended Mtea Lucy Head of Dabney is visiting hero Many will attend the county Sunday school convention at Flat Lick Aug 9th and 10th ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONS July 29 Revival meetings are still being held at Falrvlew church Rev Charles Wilson of Plttsburg Pennsyl vania is conducting the service and doing much goodMr and Mrs Joe Leavett were the guests of Mrs Mattie Coyle SundayMr and Mrs W M Brewer visited relatives here Sunday Lewis Lamb will soon go to Wolfe county where ho will engage in timber business Eden Pren Is reported no better Rev Charles Wilson and wife were guests of Mrs Dave Martin Friday Miss Dora Coyle vis ited friends near Rockford Sunday Mr and Mrs Hosklns visited relatives here Saturday Joe Leavltt visited friends near Dreyfus Thursday The new railroad switch near Slate Lick is almost completed Marlon Poynter a railroad employe was severely hurt while engaged in loading cars near Slate Lick some days ago- CONWAY July 29Mr and Mrs J C Bullen and Mr and Mrs Leonard Hamilton visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Ida Parker of Villa Grove 111 Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R McCollom this weekJ W Todd and family visited H E Bullen Sunday evening Mr James Johnson of Berea called on H E Gadd Sunday The protracted meeting at Falrvlew is progressing nicely Misses Minnie Nancy and Hannah Sexton of Wlldle visited friends here Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs James Linville who have been visiting friends hero returned to their home at Berea Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTCRSV1LU2 July 26 Wheat threshing has com menced in this community Corn looks late but we hope it will mature before frost Mrs Jem Nave who has been on the sick list la up again Mrs BUns Smith is dekMrs J B Carter Miss Mamie Carson Mrs Jam Allen and children WOre the guests of Mrs J O Clark last Wednesday Mrs Lowls Navo and little son HI wood of Flat Woods are visiting Mrs Jem Nave this week Last Saturday Mr Dud Stanee was tried at Lancaster court for misbehavior at prayer meet- Ing and was fined 40 Mr John Daniel Carter had an exawlalBg trial at the same place for mallckJw csttlag of Mr Stanee Carter WM placed Under 600 bond to appear at Circuit I court He made an attempt to out Duds throat and out him in life I right luuglJrand Mrs J B Carter attended Lancaster court on Thursday Mr Arthur Green is home again Ho has been in Illinois over a yearProtracted meeting will commence at this place on Tuesday night before the third Sunday In Au gust at the Methodist church Mr Joe Wylle Is improving He has been in ill health for some time ESTILL COUNTY 1VAOEfSYILLE July 27Wo are having plenty of rain now and farmers are glad to see it comeMr Jeff Wagers came home Tuesday after a few days visit with his son James Wagers at DarooI Miss Anne Crosby of Richmond is visiting the Misses Wagers Miss Lll lle Park of Frankfort Is the guest of Misses Ella and Maude Park this andrFannie Wagers were the guests of Mesdames A W Arvlne and W F Parsons Tuesday Miss Alice Hender son is visiting friends and relatives in Middletown Ohio Harvey Congleton was among friends here Sunday Hume C Wagers came homo Friday after a few days visit in Richmond Misses Nettle P and Fannie Scrivner were the guests of Misses Rosa and Molllc Arvlne Saturday night and Sun day MIsa Alice Peters who has been very low for some time la still very sick Frank Kelly left Friday for an extended visit in Richmond and Georgetown Park Warford left Wed nesday for Bloomington Ill where he will work in the canning factory Owing to the heavy rain the crowd was very small at the party given I night by Miss Grace Wagers Wbdnesday STATION CAMP July 29 Misses Kathryne Moores and Anna Scrivner were guests of Miss Anna Gumm Saturday night Miss Sophia Wilson left last Wednes day for a ten days trip to Niagara Falls and Canada She joined a par ty at Richmond and left there Thurs day morning Dr and Mrs J F Scrivner spent Saturday night with his brother Mr W A Bcrlvner The Station Camp and Wagersvllle Sunday schools are planning to go on a picnic to Lock No 11 some time during next week They will charter a gasoline boat and both schools will go together There will be from 160 to 200 pupils and teachersMr L A Amyx has accepted a position at Paris Ky u assistant yard clerk He expects to go to work about the first of September Mrs Amyx will I join him them some time during the month Mr and Mrs Estill Warford JIDloft Saturday for Hamilton Ohio Ho expects to bo gone about thirty days LOCUST 1IRANCII July IThe farmers are cutting hay nowMrs Mack Powell died loot Friday and was burled Saturday at the J M Kindred graveyard She leaves a husband and six small chil dren to mourn her lossMrs J A Blcknoll is qulto sick with fever Anne Blckncll was burned severely Friday Mrs John Kindred is sick Wo are sorry to say Mr and Mrs Thomas Cooks little baby is not Improving much Little Charlie Cox is quite sick with phthyalc Mr and Mrs It W Harris and children havo been visiting Mrs Harris parents J M Kindred and wlfoMrs Nellie Evans is visiting at her grandfathers J M Kindred Miss Alice Revls has gone to Winchester to spend the sum mer with relatives There was quite a large attendance at the Sunday school Sunday last Mr Elbrldgo Oglesby is teaching our school Da vid Kindred was at his old stand at O T Carts yesterday evening Mr and Mrs Claude Oliver visited Mrs Olivers parents Sunday Miss Lizzie Oliver has gone to stay with Elbrldgo Wagers family at Bobtown LEE COUNTY iiANroun July 29E R Spotswood Son are progressing nlcelywlth their business The rain Thursday did considerable damage to the tram road also to the crops hereAn ice cream supper was given by W T Cecil Those who were present report a good time Miss Edcssa White of Clay City is visiting her sister Mrs Oda Young at Banfordr Mr James Reece of Ban ford and Miss Mary Alico Madden wore married Thursday at the home of the bride In Jackson county Ken tucky MAPS HELP A MAN SLEEP Mental Geography the Best Sapo rIfle According to a Drug Clerk A haggaitltooklag ruB strolled into a liNg store UM other day and asked the druggist for help Ue said be bad trouble la lot Uag to sleep when ho setlred No matter how sleepy he might b during the day or bow taweh sloop ho might have lost the moment his heed touch ed the pillow he was wide awake and lay thus for several hfmrs Ones asleep he WM hard to waken tilt he had to bo up at a certain hour and In eonsoqueoee of Ms peculiar af fliction be WM losing more sleep titan bo oould stand The drug clerk regarded him qulsalcally a few moments and then replied My dear man you dont need medicine What you want Is something to change the trend of your thoughts Do as a friend of mine did He was troubled tile same way and found that the old folks plan of Imagining sheep passing a barrier and counting them was out of date So be began trying to name all the states in the union lie soon got them so be could classify them alpha betically Then when they no longer interested him he started on the counties of this state He now has thorn at his tongues end classified up to the fourth letter Now he Is start Ing on state capitals and their loon tions then bo will take up county seats A moments glance at an atlas during the day shows him when ho Is wrong and the beauty of the plan is that ho rarely has to think along theso lines longer than ton minutes before he is sound asleep To make it short the study of geography is a good narcotic POINT HAD BEEN PROVED No Need for Young Man to Carry Ex periment Further A young man who had inherited a large fortune from a rich but very economical relative decided to live on a scale commensurate with his great ly increased Income and was making arrangements to build a flno mansion buy an automobile and Invest in other expensive luxuries when an elderly friend who had always been ono of his advisers undertook to remonstrate with him Whats this I hear about your squandering tho money your uncle left you Harry said tho elderly friend 1 am not going to squander- It he answered but Im going to get some good out of It Its enough to make him turn over in his grave Didnt your uncle prove In his own case that a man could live on a personal expenditure of less than 1000 a year Yell Well Well ho proved It so thoroughly that I accept it as demonstrated What is the use of my continuing the experiment Youths Companion To Encourage Thrift A New York man has just patented a device for the encouragement 01 thrift It consists of a toy savings bank with a clock attachment Tha clock Is set In the face of the bank and cannot bo wound unless a dim Is dropped In tho slot As winding causes the dime to fall Into the vault and the clock will run but 24 hours without rewinding the contrivance as urea an accumulation of 70 cents a week The theory is that the neces city of depositing a dime every day will lead to slipping In other coins at odd moments and thus establish a habit of saving 1 EASTERN KENTUCKY DIRECTORYI- fyou have any Interests In the Mountains these are the people you will find fair and friendlyI LETCHER COUNTY Citizens Bank Whitesburg Incorporate CAPITAL J 5000J- HYllAZIKIt FrctlilvnU- WHITESBURG KENTUCKY Slyer and Baker Attorneys Notary Public U S Comr WHITESBURQ KENTUCKY J DISHMAN FITZPATRICK rhytlclnn nml Surgeon Phono 21 Whltoaburg Ky GARRARD COUN- TYENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky for a Dr l of was an a one ho I have a t TO SHW 1ItI CtUcaIe w for a ub lbr It hedyua bps MIn a w mon h p Ie lie wlthoet K Sits we WIt m a hv laM K tttng It Mel w will 1 s K you w1pq emus fsi Wlhlx het rllll r 01 X f u boot 4 r IunDeli will mu wig ortTII CtUsee i yes CIUN Taw ie MM sm poster rle or 1101 buok rou- TO rillllMW W do rann ofor nil trobryaM DC to aw bl1 unit to Ir i her Mm a u m run out xr 1x1 who II An uth aft I r MN ul h Uwle arpy u l eyard eloryett iy wets ttufp r I II TO fVY Till CITIZItN TIle M TIM sins Ie 1111 a ye z In rot Mr ii x aeetbr end N n ohw INn motla Mat eclter a m a bak r a rMar at br t0A not i ce TIle ana Ky twed the rIn haitd Hit Martit my be IOM lit 0h t w TI3IK BUNS OfT 11 will lenkt I JVLY OT yrpr fur up to JaI t fan whstrvr Ihr tr i tam run ors a pie Coti4 s Went to aMnhril r n h1Mat w hl tPom 1 outad set hm IIIII medlar lie hM woM1 for the nos aarHd y u Ie eaeea dd prue rile a nor Ir HARD TASK FOR Much Called For In Compll log Bible Into Zulu In the words of tho Hoverond C W Kllbon the true alms tc repeat the saying of his Master Tbi words which thou gayest mo I have given unto them lie may preset and explain but tho people mutt be able to search for UlU mately he loavo the Bible Ir the language of tho people to whoa ho has been sent as the foundatlot upon which his work must rest Strongly convinced of this tho bible Society working In South Afrl ca began the translation of tho Now into Zulu It was almos a task of despair Tho mental capacl ty of the Zulus was of tho lowest or der and they had no to express spiritual truths There wai no proper word for God oil course none for such abstract tormi as faith holiness worship conscience honesty eta A splr Itual had to bo created and existing words applied to things had gradtt Ur to bo twlstcc around with an truly amaz- Ing But at last tho Zulus possesset a complete Zulu Bible In one volume which was available for tho mllllont of African savages who iron tho borders of Cape Colony on the I south to tho shores of Lake or the north from tho Indian occai on the east to the western borders of tho Transvaal and into Rhode on tho west William Fitz- Gerald In tho Circle Magazine Wise Uncle Eben- I aint got no said Uncle Eben wlf do kind o patience dat con slits in jes slttln down comfable an walUn fob good luck to strike you Women and Their Fads A Loadoa has discovered Necklaces he says cause a pressure ea the nerves that at the base of the skulL This is balm Indeed to the woman who owns M Jewels LESLIE HYDEN CITIZEN BANK HYDEN KY Prompt Service Security for Savings J L LEWIS LAND SURVEYOR HYDEN KY Sure Boundaries Mike Good JANE SCHULL GENERAL MERCHANT All FAmily Supplies eta BESTand Strictly Caib Man of frivolity Douf Keith who made member of the Aberdeen society In 1795 had for bluntness A talkative woman went to him day and said to him Doctor whAt Is tho matter with my needln a rest replied shortly On day n patient went to him and deal to suffer with my eyes doctor bo answered letter utter with thorn than with out THE CITIZEN Berea Ky 1IHICNDH wMitoute lwul IhJIIIIItala rapbyamwwe wy row OID mas eapnelyNMtiapMWtnTIPUIpbe ujouIsartimwellt1rnpnmtrms newtrteeMIube1bm sxre pyfurarabrdaa temhfxrrihirwbrlptlpn Thn baled rotII lbWyeuiThHOW IOU p sdvanwm CKlma Irltor here mIt tVIIIBt VOI7II uwtppdThaOMn 1IMyour Kpyd W1tetl u weewl rrnut rdb nUlIi xyouMreewabowitt ndeelwMsttIf TRANSLATORS Ingenuity missionary must Natal Testament practically terms and vocabulary matorla ranged Nyassa and George patience physician aeckiacelIIImportant converge COUNTY Neighbors dothlnfr CHEAPEST Not reputation longuoHJUIt another complained whereupon eethtM41 themselves Ingenuity honorary ComingThltier various diseases Interested her and she talked of nothing Ilse Ono day a visitor found her eating heartily and inquired as to her heath Tho invalid sighed and answered I feel very well maam but I always fool bad when I feel well because I know I am going to feel worse afterward LADAVISMD OFFICE AT fU SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B H Koblnson All calls promptly attended to night nmTday Telephone No 4 Ilerra Kjf DrWGBEST DENTIST CITY PHONE 103 i OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE SeR BA DENTIST ERtIOrncBi Over Printing Office BEREA KY IOWce hour from A ted CUT Ftion 1S3 Teeth eitracted wltkmt pln Sotnnofwwe