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Digital page images are linked to the text file. uuI iooo0oeOoe0800oeoeo 8 BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCORPOIIATEDo ManagerS Ir- Ahkrrd 0 al lie lYNtopltta Nerca EVGlkttmd S oclauntaUrsaer e OSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSOSer0 7 i 11 Vol IX Five cents n copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY AUGUST 8 1007 due Dollar a year No8 The Heren Sir which rlorI Hiitunlny wne one of the mo t utulrheld on the ground IYunrldhllof ninny valuable prizes nwnnlrd Such prlieKlvliiff tend lit Inrrmte the public Interest In Improving the farm irardeni and home nf the people One of the prlnclpnl nttrncllon of the Inlr wn thin Herr t College lUnd whoie plr- llr I music wits enjoyed liy verjbo ly OF Heavy Fines for Standard 011 Co Southern R H In Trouble Labor Troubles In Georgia Tho amount of the fines assessed upon the Standard Oil Company of In diana for violation of the railroad re bate law WM announced last Saturday as J8S 0000 Tho Standards attorney expressed surprise and say they will appeal the ease The greatest fine permitted by the law was JLIHIIftd- In each ewe Judge LawHs of the Federal Court fixed the pen ally The Southern lUHrond Is having a fight for Its life In Atatam The empaaTa lIeeDH UldO Uwrtnees in th stale has beea revoked hy Secretary of Stale Knwk No Jnltan beeanee of nmd violations of state laws for the regulation of foreign corporation doing bu lnM In U e state The Southern being a Virginia corporation the HUtttU apply to It The case U a very eumi tlr td one and It to jrolmble that much UUcaIUD will be luwMary to settle It The Western Federation of Miners U again umlng Into alIeu thru its operation In Minnesota Lately a wtrlk WM Ordered In the Iron mining dlttrtct jot ware thaa ten percwnt of the raisers are member of the Fwl oration but that ten percent tug by brent and abuse succeeded In forc- Ing a large number of the nonunion miner to atop work The strike leader urges the strikers to be ready to right for their right The Federation miners demand higher wages nnd that the payment of bonuses for excellent work shall be stopped The whisky men of Georgia are worrying these dajra Gov Hoko Smith will sign a bill now being per fpctea In the legislature providing for complete prohibition of tho liquor trade In the state bloke Smith Is a Democrat but he stands for prohibi lion It is encouraging to see men THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People KENTUCKY hnneIndustrfeswrremndeunit NEWS THE WEEK MinnesotaProhibition- In 1Chicago I of both tho groat political partloa hit coming more and moro favorable to the cause of temperance Tho Prohibition party may never be able to elect a national ticket of Its own nom ination but Its principles are gaining ground every your The Japanese continue In their benevolent assimilation of Korea Lately the Korean army was dis armed after a fierce fight In which many Koreans and some Japanese wore killed The little kingdom is sow praetleally at the moray of the Jape Korea has sent two special am tmwftdora to with ourhovurnmentthe bole that tray be persuaded to interfere In Koruac behalf IR one of the moat wilting political eoMtMU IN Ute history of MlwMpnl Joan Muni WllttaiM vale nominated by Ute DMMMraU for United states senator over Oov Vantoman William WM the Minority toMlw til the house of HeprawMUUvm the last OonereM mid is one ot pre strongest and most respected men In this hoses Oov John A Johnson of Minnesota and lion Henry Watteraon editor of the LouUvlII CourlerJounwl are to speak at the opening of the DluraM Fair at Lexington Monday August IS Had Ute for Doth ChlfBno liollretnea sometimes make thMMClvfi useful although perhaps std In bo way they are suppclMl to This was shown by an Incident In a South side home The mlsron of the hwue happened to go Into tho kitchen during the evening There aha saw the cook evidently enjoying the company of two big dispensers of tho law Why Maggie she oselaimed Isnt one policeman enough for you t Shurq nmnm but wan Is my chap won aiiiworod the soak Which doer queried Ute lady Sometimes the wnn and MtMUmea tho other WM the cheery reply freer the its Boureetul Maggl Chicago Ohrcw Isle Not the Same That theatrical looter la some thing like in epicure In wLnt WI1r Ho knoWS how to cure Tiaras L lpu+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o +e+o+o- i t STRIKING I THE f AVERAGE + o iu 0 oigot A olipuldng necoiint In this bank In thin bust wily 1 + for hIm to do tlrbi ilK It keops lea ilrolloy nlraolutoly pufo anti o- o yet available on a moments notice at any Unto or It nut b- ooIlUti 0 out by chock + + Such an account will pay you in many ways 00 BEREA BANK TRUST CO I 1BEREA KENTUCKY I I THE COMPLETE BANK I J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier J i i INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4 o0t +O + O +C+O+O+O +0+O+ +040 +0+0+o+o1 e+C+0+0 +0+0+ I 14 WEEKS OF SCHOOL 2900 Fourteen weeks makes a good term of school beginning In the bright September weather and running till towards Christmas Fall Is the tlmo to study A groat many young people waste the fall They put off going to school and they accomplish little or nothing in work or money making The chief expense of schooling is board You have to live where the school Is and that costs money But the wonderful management at Berea makes the student very comfortable at small cost He has a room fur nished with all necessities bed chairs study table and shelves lamp and oil stove and fuel or steam list closet or wardrobe for his clothing towels and bedding washed all for only forty cents a week In the fall fifty conta- In the winter lIe has three square meats a day for a dollar and thirty Live oeHla In the fall a dollar and a Unit la Ute winter Last year every one of Ute boarders 700 in aUevel one except flue gained In weight mak ing a total gala ot over three tone You have tile mountain spring water to drink and to bathe In You have a doctor to consult if you are unwell with no extra charge You have Uw beautiful campus and the Gymnasium to play In You have the literary societies the free singing aliases and entertainments sedate excursions map lantern exhibition and other good times And you have the bout of teachers and the host of schoolmates Look at the College annuonco mente In another column and write to Secretary Gamble today Dont Cry Co Eat I dont cry any more about any- thingI told the Bachelor girl Whoa I get so sad I dont know what to do I go out and get me something to oat A little fellow I was very fond at once Uuigla me that He asked me to take luncheon with him to talk over a quar rel wo wore having During tho talk ing over It I got to crying I cried all over my fish Ho ordered mo some moro fish and scolded mo white they wore getting It ready Never cry Francos ho said as long as youve tint n good luoehoon or dinner before you It Isnt worth while No I never saw him again but whonovor 1 want to cry I think of him and got me something good to tat Instead Led to Humorous Error Capt Amundsen having lost several dogs In hs expedition to tho Arctic regions told some of the Natchlllle trite that he would purchase one from them The suggestion caused coaster nation and was promptly refused An explanation was demanded Tho man appllod to returned next day with a chubby laughing bgy on his back Such wo do not sell ho said Amundson was astonished You wished to purchase ono said the man seeing Amundsons perplexity Finally It was discovered that the Greenlaudlc term tot dog waa equiv alent to child In tho NetC lllrG lan guago Could Use Him Later When Gipsy Smith spoleo at h banquet the other evening ho told a story which ho said ho had brought from England An did Yorkshire far mer drove into Leeds on a market day behind a rather stolidlooking animal Pulling up at the door of a business house ho throw tho reins over tho mares hack and alighted from the cart A oungman in search ot a Job happened by Shall I bold her for you he asked No replied the farmer She dont need any holding Shell stand all right The young man was walking away when the far heII hour and hero to start her PROSPERITY These are prosperous times There are some mis fortunes fires floods bank failures or stealing by pub cropsgoodWhat should wise people do in prosperous times haveinoney timesao2 Pay your debts It is a disgrace for any man to live in these days of plenty and not up all his debts 3 Put money into the best things Invest and payout and get the things that will be of lasting value Subscribe for The Citizen buy a clothes wringer and a sewingmachine and a cabinet organ for your wife Paint your house and enlarge your barn And educate thingsnowdontyour life to know that you used the blessing of Provi dence in prosperous times wisely FIRE IN RICHMOND i Large Store Totally Destroyed Caleb Powers Trial Postponed Hargls May be Trio On the morning of Saturday Aug 2nd a terrific explosion in tho base ment of Colyer Bros building at RIChI mond wrecked the building nenr11TbeBanks clothing were more or less seriously Injured Mayor Woods was run over by a hose reel going to the fire The total losses are estimated at about 115000 most of which Is covered by the insurance The lawyers for tho defense In the case of Caleb Powers moved that Spe cial Judge Robbins vacate the bench on tbs charge of prejudice against the defendant The Judge maintained his Innocence of the charges but left the bench No other Judge has been secured tho ooge Is again indefinitely postponed and the witnesses have gone home Tallow Dick Combs a negro ono of the most important witnesses for Powers was killed by a train while on his way to the trial He was walking across n railroad bridge whoa struck by tho engine The case ot Judge Jim Hargls of Breathitt oounty is probably not set tied after nil the trouble at Sandy Hook where a farce trial was lately held Lawyers are finding numerous instances on record In which appeals wore made after the oases had been dismissed because tho prosecution failed to take part as In the case of Hargls Bluegrass papers say that Lexington is to be connected by trolley with nearly ovary other town In central Kentucky A new company has lately been organized with capital stock of 1460000 Climate and Stature Some of tho strongest and most ac Live races of men live In tho coldest inhabited regions Alaskan Indians are often flno follows In physique On tho other hand there are splendid savages In Zululand and other tropical regions Mountaineers and fishermen ot the flattest coasts are not notice ably unequal In bodily development and prowess The Change In Surgeons The surgeon cf the past was a huge course redfaced brute a very terror said a the present sur80rorAnd no type of man but tho brute type could cut off legs or saw thro ugh the skull while the pa bent perfectly conscious howlvd and wept In the past surgery was barred to gentle and reflned roon Whatever their Interest in anatomy in medicine they shunned surgery They could not enduro to operate upon a conscious subject The advent of anaesthetic caused the advent of new men Into surgery Men of delicacy of sympathy of imagination a higher typotook tho profession up That is why surg ery Is continually advancing nqy whereas In the peat It stood dead sUIt Societys Latest Pet Dog Tho Japanese spaniel or sleevedog of Japan Is ono of the longcoated va rletles which is much admired The have been hard to acclimatize and many discouragements have been met with in their introduction They have largo heads with big dark eyes set wide apart and very full Their little tails curl up over their backs like feather dusters Ono pound Is tht true sleevedog weight Suburban Life THE CITIZEN MOVES FORWARD Important Meeting of Stockholders Mr Stanley Frost now on the Staff of the New York Tribune Becomes EditorInChief September I An Important meeting of the Berea Publishing Company was beldjon Sat urday It has been known that Dr Cook whose able management has so improved the Citizen deslrra to retire from the chief responsibility In order to give more strength to hIs work as Professor of Political Science and German in the College And it has been felt that for the conduct of such a paper one which will fully meet the needs of llerca town and College and represent the mountain counties of Kentucky and adjoining states the full tlmo of some man ot first class abilities should bo secured s Such a man Is found In the person of Mr Stanley Frost who has been for some years in a most responsible position on Americas greatest newspaper the New York Tribune and earning a salary equal to that of his father as President of Berea College Stanley Frost is familiar with all the details of Journalism and has a reputation for friendliness push and the general ability to do things which promises largest success In this field He will como with tho groat purpose of giving the people of Eastern Ken tucky the best weekly paper In Amerl caDr Cook will continue to write and work for the paper General L V Dodgo will contrlbuto Important articles on polities Grand Army topics and other matters of Interest All tho boat features of tho paper will bo retained anil new ones addedTho transactions of tho year yielded to the stockholders a profit of three dollars and sixty cents all tho other receipts being turned into the Improvement of the paper for the ben efit of its subscribers The Berea Publishing Company is working for the good of the public and not for its own pecuniary gain- Wealth In Stubs It is estimated by the head of ono of the large tolacoo establishments ot New York that at least 6000 worth of tobacco Is dally thrown away in tho city in unconsumed cigars and cigarettes Advice to the Discontented Whenever you are tempted t6 growl against fate or pomplaln of your lot Just look around and find out what oth ers are bearing You will find many men with more brains and better edu cation worse off than you are Then compare your lot with that of such men and If you dont quit complaining and go in for rejoicing theres something radically wrong with your men till balance When an obstacle gets In your way dont wasto time and energy In complaining about it If you cant push it out of your path get over It under it or around it say way you can unit leave the obstacle behind you The second obstacle will not nppojir I half as big If you got past th + ntI Spare Moments Uncomfortable Shaving The traveler who had Just returned from abroad sank back Into his ac customed harbors chair with a sigh ot relief This Is tho first time Ive had tho prospect of a comfortable shave for three months ho remarked They have Improved In a good many things abroad he continued but the barbers over on the other side still stick to those uncomfortable chairs of theirs In the most absurd way- I asked the man who shed me In London and nedrly broke my neck at the same time why they never used American chairs In the barber shops ot London I dont know sir he said except for the reason that they are made la America sir M X sopofto5o5uSooo oSollo5oso5oo o t8 lf you want things knownPt 0 o advertise In the Citizen- S io A U OOOOOOOOOOOQ THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of the Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak ers and WritersJ He that can work Is a born King of something Thomas Carlyle Every duty we omit obscures some truth wo should have knownJohn Ruskin The only happiness a brave man ever troubled himself much about was happiness enough to get his work done Thomas Carlyle An Irishman who had started pho tography went Into a shop to purchase a small bottle In which to mix somo of his solutions Seeing one he want ed he asked how much It would be Well sale the chemist It will bo two pence as It Is but If you want anything In It I wont charge you for thebottleFaith sor said Pat then put a cork In ItTld Bits Let us see that whenever we have failed to be loving we have also failed to be wise that whenever we have been blind to our neighbors Interests we have also been blind to our own whenever we have hurt others we have hurt ourselves much more Charles Klngsley A minister having given out histnotices was about to read his hymn when he was reminded of a notice that he had forgotten Stopping he made the announcement apologizing for his forgetfulness Then much to the amusement of his audience ho began to line out the hymn as follows Lord what a thoughtless wretch am II Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE News of The Week Ed orlnlIrOtlperllJ The Citizen Moves Fornrnnl Kentucky Newt PAGE TWO Kerlnl Tlio Ilnuto of Tlioumnd Candle Let llnr HttrownU Ilonil and Farm Improvement PAGE TIIIIBK reran and Vicinity College Item- Statement of the Town nuance The Wild Wet Honor to Wllllnmiibiirg Institute llerca Students Doing Gaul PAGE FOUR Comment The Only Safo Slnmlnnl of Morals Ily PITH Arthur T Iliullejr of Tale i 4 Tybtgthetoysto the HURl Temperance Note IAGII FIVE The Youths Department The Sunday School Lon PAGE SIX- Th Home Thing Worth Knowing The School Problem of the District School by Prof Dlntuiore Latest Market Iteport PAGE SKVEN NewsfranEverywhereRecent PAGK EIGHT Cope and lInn Eastern Kentucky Correspondence NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept If mtFThe time to start N is in the FallG Applied Truth- I never complained of my lot said tho Persian poet Sadl but once when my foot wore sore and I had no money to buy shoes but I met a man without a foot and I became content with my lot when I saw him Success Success Is an ancient same ol chance in which the chances arc all against the playor Tho winnings arc now divided into three classes First money second money and thIrd mosey There Ire also a few other things like character that count a lit tie The rules of tho game are very strict Cheating Is not allowed If discovered Some have played ac cording to rule and even boon suc cessful but not as wo speak of sue cess to dnyIifeQutstlon and Answer When Nathan M Morse was trying tho Tuckerman will case before Judge McKlm at Boston Dr Jolly tbo well known expert on insanity was ono of the witnesses Ono of the hypothetical questions asked of the witness by Mr Morse contained no less than 20 000 words Tho lawyer started this r pithy question at the opening of court unit closed only a tow minutes prior to j the noon adjournment The point that Mr Morse was endeavoring to bring out related to the mental condi lion of the testator when be made hs will t This Is said to have been the longest single Interrogation ever made in a court of law and the answer comprised Just three words I do not r s 1 a- PIICWt3PAi1CR LAVS kdbi rxalulp nom Ib trIAAIJItdtrcted nrbthtl-u U nteetlbtr or not li repoIbl lot lb pi1 eeorUhiT heldod Ihit titatinf NcrmeHTin iMTlst lk m ui7S1Dt rw La UrunOVAIi Furo THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anther tl TilE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHERON Ere CoprrUht D06 b7 Botb li rrtll Co CHAPTER XXIContlnued Good but this Vs Just wall here earth with a layer of bricks and a thin coat of cement A nice Job It must havo been to do tho work and it cost the price of a tiger hunt I grumbled Take heart lad and listen and Larry began pounding the wall with a hammer exactly under tho north gatepost We had sounded everything in and about the house until the process bored me Hurry up and get through with It I Jerked Impatiently holding tho Ian tern at tho level of his head It was sharply cold under tho posts and I was anxious to provo the worthless ness of his Idea aid bfi dono Thump thump I Theres a place here that sounds a trifle off tho key You try it I snatched the hammer and repeated his soundings Thump thump I There was a space about four feet square in the wall that certainly gave forth a hollow sound Stand back exclaimed Larry eag erly Here goes with the ax He struck into tho wall sharply and the cement chipped off in rough pieces disclosing bricks beneath Larry paused when he had uncovered a foot of the inner layer and examined tho surfaceTheyre loose these bricks are loose and theres something beside earth behind them I The bricks were set up without mortar and I plucked them out and rapped with my knuckles on a wooden sur faceEven Larry grew excited as we flung tb J bricks out Into tho tunnel Ah lad he said the old gentleman had a way with hlmho had a way with him I A brick dropped on his foot and ho howled in pain Bless tho old gentlemans heart He made it as easy for us as he could Now for the Glenarm millions red money all piled up for tho ease of counting Ita thousand pounda In Very pile Dont be a fool Larry I coughed at Mm for the brick dust and the smoke of Larrys pipe made breathing difficultThats all the loose bricks bring tho lantern closerand wo peered through tho aperture upon a wooden door in which strips of iron were deep set It was fastened with a padlock and Larry reached down for the ax Walt I called drawing closer with the lantern Whats this Tho wood of the door was fresh and white but burned deep on tho surface In this order were the words the Door cf- Bewilderment There are dead men Inside I daresay I Here my lad its not for me to turn loose the family skeletons and Larry stood aside while I swung the ax and brought It down with a crash on tho padlock It was of no flimsy stuff and the remaining bricks cramped lIe but half a dozen blows broke it off The house of a thousand ghosts chanted Larry as I pushed the door open crawled through and dropped down inside- Whatever the place was It had a floor and I set my feet firmly upon it and turned to take tho lantern Hold a bit he exclaimed Some ones comlngand bending toward tho opening I heard the sound of steps down the corridor In a moment Dates ran up culling my namo with more spirit than imagined possible in hftn What Is ItY I demanded through the opening Its Mr Pickering Tho sheriff has como with him sir Ai ho spoko his glance fell upon tho broken wall and open door Tho light of Larrys lantern struck full upon him Amazement and I thought a certain mtlsfactfon wero marked upon his countenanceHun JackoIll be up a little later said LarryIOU tho fellow has como in daylight with the sheriff he Isnt dangerous Its his friends that shoot in the dark that give us the troubleI out and stood upright Bates staring at the opening seemed reluctant to leave tho spot You seem to have found It sir h- osaldI thoughta little chokingly His Interest In tho matter nettled me it was none of his affair for one thing and my first business was to go above for an Interview with tho executora matter of Immediate Importance ast should have been clear to anyone Of course wo have found It I ejaculated brushing the dust from my clothesIs Stoddard In the library Oij yes sir I left him entertaining thegentlemenTheir Is certainly most Inopportune said Larry Give them iny compliments and tell them VII bo up as soon as Ive articulated tho bones of my friends ancestors Bates strodo on ahead of mo with his lantern and I left Larry crawling through tho newfound door nil I hurried toward the house I know hint well enough to bo sure ho would not leave tho spot until wo had found what lay behind tho Door of Bewilderment You didnt tell the callers whero you expected to find me did you I asked Bates as ho brushed me off In thokitchenNo Mr Stoddard received tho gentlemen Ho rang the bell for me and when I went into tho library ho was saying Mr Qienarm is at his studies Datesho says kindly tell Mr Glenarm that Im sorry to Interrupt him but wont ho please como down I thought it rather neat sir considering his clerical office I know you wero below somewhere sir the trap door was open and I found you easily enough Bates eyes wero brighter than I had ever seen them A certain buoyant noto gavo an entirely new tone to his voice Ho walked ahead of mo to the library door threw it open and stood asideIAh hero you are Olenarm said Stoddard Pickering and a stranger stood near the fireplace in their over coatsPickering advanced and offered his hand but I turned away from him with- Out taking it His companion a cbuntryman stood staring a burlyI his hand Tho sheriff Pickering explained and our business Is rather personal Ho glanced at Stoddard who looked at me Mr Stoddard will do mo tho kind ness to remain I said and took my stand beside the chaplain Oh Pickering ejaculated scorn fully I didnt understand that your relations with tho neighboring clergy were so intimate Your tasto is im proving Glenarm Mr Olenarm is a friend of mine remarked Stoddard quietly A very particular friend he added- I congratulate youboth- I laughed Pickering was surveying the room as ho spokeand Stoddard suddenly stepped toward him merely I think to draw up a chair for the sheriff but Pickering not hearing Stoddards step on tho soft rug until the clergyman was closo beside him started perceptibly and reddened- It was certainly ludicrous and when Stoddard faced me again ho was biting his lip Pardon me ho murmured Now gentlemen will you kindly state your business My own affairs press me- Pickering was studying the cartridge boxes on the library table The sheriff too was viewing these effects with interest not I think unmixed with awe Qlenarm I dont like to Invoke tho law to eject you from this property but I am left with no alternative I cant stay out hero Indefinitely and I want to know whats Im to expect That is a fair question I replied If it wero merely a matter of follow Ing tho terms of the will I should not hesitate or bo here now But it isnt tho will or my grandfather that keeps me its the determination to give you all tho annoyance possible to make It hard and mighty hard for you to get hold of this house until I have found why you are so much Interested in itYou always had a grand way In money matters As I told you before you came out here its a poor stake The assets consist wholly of this land and this house whose quality you have had an excellent opportunity to test You have doubtless heard that the country people believe there is money concealed herobut I dare say you have exhausted the possibilities This is not the first time a rich man has died leaving precious little behind himYou seem very anxious to get possession of a property that you call a poor stake I said A few acres of land a halffinished house and an un certain claim upon a school teacher- I had no Idea you would understand my position ho replied The seriousness of a mans oath to perform the solemn duties imposed upon him by law would hardly appeal to you But I havent como hero to debate thli question When am 1 to have posses lion Not till Im ready thanks Mr Sheriff will you servo your writ ho said and I looked to Stod dard for any hint from him as to what I should do I believe Mr Qlcnarm is quite will ing to hear whatever tho sheriff has te say to him said Stoddard He stepped nearer to mo as though to emphasize the fact that ho belonged to my side of tho controversy and tho sheriff read an order of tho Wabana county circuit court directing me Immediately to deliver tho house and grounds Into the keeping of tho executor of tho will ol tho estate of John Marshall Glenarm Tho sheriff rather enjoyed holdinG tho center of tho stage and I listened quietly to the unfamiliar phraseology Before he had qulto finished I heard a step In tho hall and Larry appeared at the door pipe in mouth Pickering turned toward him frowning but Larry paid not the slightest attention to the executor but leaned against tho door with his usual tranquil unconcern- I advise you not to trifle with the law Glcnann said Pickering as the sheriff folded his paper You have absolutely no right whatever to bo here And theso other gentlemen your guests I suppose are equally trespassers under tho law Ho stared at Larry who crossed his legs for greater ease In adjusting his lean frame to the door Well Mr Pickering what Is tho next step asked tho sheriff Mr Pickering said Larry straight ening up and taking hlu pipe from his mouth Im Mr Olcnarms counsel II you will do mo the kindness to ask the IhouldIa you you might prefer to keep between our selvesI usually found It wise to take any cuo Larry threw me and I said Pickering this is Mr Donovan who has ovary authority to act for mo In tho matter Pickering looked impatiently from one to the other of us You seem to have tho guns the ammunition and the numbers on your side ho observed dryly The sheriff may watt within call said Larry and at a word from Pick ering the man left the room Now Mr Pickering Larry spoke slowlyas my friend has explained tho case to me the assets of his grand fathers estate are all accounted for the land hereabouts this house ten thousand dollars In securities and a somewhat vague claim against a lady known as Sister Theresa who con ducts St Agathas school Is that cor rectI dont ask you to take my word for it sir rejoined Pickering hotly I have filed an Inventory of tho estate so far as found with the proper au thorities Certainly But I merely wish to be sure of my facts for the purpose ot this Interview to savo mo the troublo of going to tho records And more over I am somewhat unfamiliar with your procedure In this country I am- a member sir of tho Irish bar Par don me but I repeat my question I have mado oaththat I trust Is sufficient even for a member of tho Irish bar Quito said Larry nodding his head gravely Ho was not to bo sure a present able member of any bar for a smudgo detracted considerably from tho appearance of one side of his face his clothes were rumpled and covered with brick dust and his hands wero black But I had rarely seen him so calm lie recrossed his legs peered Into tho bowl of his pipe for a moment then asked as quietly as though ho wen soliciting an opinion of the weather Will you tell me Mr Pickering whether you yourself are a debtor of John Marshall Qlcnarms estate TO BE CONTINUED Two of Lifes Task It takes us halt our llvfo to learn who our friends are and the ottiei half to keep them LET HER DHROWN TONYS REVENGE ON HOT TEM PERED ACTRESS OldTime Theatrical Manager Recall Amusing Experience That Came Near Breaking Up the Show Quick Resuscitation In tho wild and wooly days of Cbey cane when tho men of the town were so much occupied at night that it was a raro sight to see ono ot them on the street before noon I was tho manager of a theater there called tho Gold Room in which wo employed a small dramatic stock company and a few specialty performers Tony who was a clover Irish comedian and singer was a member of tho stock and a very useful man except when ho was robbed the wrong way Tho leading woman known as Monte Verde was of Spanish descent and had tho quick temper so often found in members of that race There was no lovo lost between her and Tony at best but they never really quarreled until one evening when she was coming up a flight of rather dark stairs and ho was going down ho chanced to step squarely upon her foot It was an accident of course but I suppose It hurt no loss on that account At any rate she gave Tony such a tongue lashing as one seldom gets from a woman When she had finished her tirade he answered quietly For that lasht remaark Im gala to let yo dhrown in the palco tonight- I overheard this but thought noth ing ol It and wont away laughing Tho piece we wero playing that week was called A Woman of the World Tho second scene of tho frat act Is tho deck of a Hudson river steamboat time night The only deck passenger Is an Irish glazier Den- ton Tho heroine of tho piece Monte Verde has been deserted by her lover who Las gone to New York nail sho Is following him my this boat Humiliation however at last over comes her and she resolves upon sui cldo Coming upon deck sho makes a long speech closing with Goodby father goodby mother forgive me for this rash act and jump over board Tho glazier Jumps after and rescues her and as ho lift her over tho rail tho curtain falls on the first actThat particular night she mado her speech and jumped but Benton mado no move to rescue her I happened to bo standing In tho entrance and called to him in a loud stage whisper Tony Tony Ho calmly turned around toward me and said- Thwat la IU Jump overboard and got that wom an QuickAw ho with supremo Indlf ference let or dhrown Wo were compelled to ring tho cur Lain down without rescuing her She was drowned all right enough but we had to resuscitate her before the plcc could go on Revival of Old Inns When tho railway superseded the diligence the coach tho chaise and Sternes dlsobllgeant as means of Europcn travel It was natural that tho small roadside Inn should suffer loss of patronage Your tourist unless a sentimental journeyer like Sterno or Stevenson began to leap by rail from spot to spot like a grasshopper upon a map Ho breakfasted In London took train lunched In Brighton New Haven or Dover had tenat Calais or Dieppe and supped in Pdrls Now with dining cars lies oven worse unless be bo a motorista sentimental motorist And despite speed and rumors of speed there are such things as sentimental motorists Indeed it is owing very largely to this class that such of tho old inns of Franco and England as managed to survive the introduction of the railroads have blossomed into renewed prosperity and usefulness Travel Magazine Big Man Long Row In Small Boat John Carmody of Washington recently made a trip from that city to Colonial Beach a distance of more than 70 miles in a small rowboat eight feet long four and a half feet wide and seven inches deep and na Mr Carmody tips the beam at 247 pounds the trip is a remarkable one Mr Carmody left Washington June 26 and with no other motive power than a pair of oars and a big umbrella like those used on wagons which ho used as a sail ho made the trip In 48 hours and arrived In safety at tho beach Friday Juno 28 On the trip Mr Carmody mado soy eral stops along tho shore to make himself some coffee and to cook something to eat But in order to make tho time he did ho had to keep going steadily with but little time for deep BetweenStill Nation There is little love lost between the Chinese student who are flocking in crowds to Tokio to learn western civilization at second and their Japan eso fellows Tho Chinese students live their own life apart from tho Japanese with whom they mix as little as they can This Chinese mode oi life Is wholly repugnant to Japanese feeling The Chinese students refuse whichHavein Chinese characters slnco they look upon it as a profanation to burn their sacred letters rt t EARH 1 J EmsA1 1imfj m TREATING SANDY ROADS Method By Which Good Roadbed May Be Secured Probably no other theme has been so universally discussed as that of good roads find It certainly Is one which deserves the uttermost consul oration from tho agricultural world especially In sections where the soil is of a sandy nature a stone crusher Is almost a necessity and when tho farmer awakes to tho realization of just what this implement can do for him ho will favor an appropriation for ono almost Immediately A very bad piece of road In this section writes a Niagara county N Y correspondent of tho Uural New Yorker was put into flee shape last summer by tho adds Lion of a dressing of crushed stone and clay Tho stone was obtained at a small expense from a largo building which was being torn down crushed and after the roadbed was scraped down to a depth ot about 18 Inches applied heavily and thoroughly clayed the sand was replaced and graded down smoothly at tho sides to allow tho water to drain oil This spring after an application of tho steam roller and a little more grading tho piece of road which has been a terror for years is In Ideal condition Diagram of Sandy Road Tho diagram shows how a trouble some sand hill yna disposed of and n now road cloned up last fall The cut was made about November 1 and was about 15 rods long and five or six feet deep An appropriation of 50 from the town and about 160 or ICO In road work was applied and although the hill la Improved considerably It Is still In bad condition on account of tho loose sand constantly drifting down tho tides and filling tho road The work was dono with twowheel scrapers ono leveler and four wagonI The scrapers wore used only on the short hauls and none of the sand was hauled moro than 30 feet each way If a right of way around tho hill could have been procured tho cutting would havo been unnecessary as1 It simply needed leveling nnd the grade would have been about 10 feet lower But a right of way was unobtainable oven at the rate of 200 per aero for com mon June grass land The cut will have to be cleaned and recleaned until the sides stop caving then the roadbed must bo dressed with crushed steno or gravel and clayed In order to make a permanent roadway HELP THE FARMERS Earth Worms and Their Work as Soil Renovator Earth worms aro not soil formers for they aro seldom mot with In soils that are destitute of organic matter They aro simply renovator and as a writer says the richer tho soli and the more It Is manured tho more numerous they are Their action U soil fertilizers consists In swallowing earth leaves or organic matter of all kinds triturating It converting it and then ejecting it over tho surface of tho field In this way they very soon effect a complete Inversion of the soil down to a certain depth especially on meadow land which is left undis turbed to their operation Thoy oven make additions to the soil by bringing up fresh matter from the subsoil Every time a worm is driven by dry weather or any other cause to de spend deep It brings to tho surface when it empties the contents of its body a few particles of fresh earth At tho same tlmo It fertilizes tho subsoil by opening up passages which encourage the roots of plants to pens etrato deeper those passages being lined with excreted matter which provides a store of nourishment for tho roots On meadow land Darwin found these worm casts amount annually to 18 tons per acre and on good arable land to about 10 tons ALL AROUND THE FARM Havo good shado during tho warm weatherFarmers are reading moro and moro because ft pays A farm properly handled is worth more money every year Think of the strength wasted draw ing wagons that need greasing Keep tho hogs and their yard Ina sanitary condition and watch tho hord carefully that no disease may gets a start live tho hogs salt and ashes es pnclally hard coal ashes and an occa stencil dose ot copperas and sulphur In tho slop De particularly care the about this with tho bogs that are in tho feeding pens THE LIQUID MANUKA Save It By Cutting the Straw and Using It as an Absorbent There Is scarcely a farmer that has not an unlimited amount of straw left over In thn spring If this straw were used more freely and tho animals wero bedding with a bedding of ono or two feet of clean straw every day Uio most of tho liquid would be savvJ but tho straw alone is scarcely ant ficient If tho straw is used nlono It would be well to use a cutting box cutting tho straw Into haltInch or Inch lengths and scattering halt a bushel of It under ouch animal twice n day and then bedding on top of this In this way practically all the liquid would bo saved It you have use for the cutting box for no other purpose than this tin expense of such a machine should not bo to exceed U5 or UO and it can bo worked by hand power or with a small engine of not moro than two horse power and at a small expense you can more than double tho value of your manure yearly I beseech you to take shine steps ti save the liquid manure urgently writes Charles Vernon In Farmers Ho view It Is far too Important a sub ject for you to overlook On a farm carrying 20 cow four horses CO sheep and ton pigs tho loss of the liquid manure will amount approximately to nOD You can afford to go to tho ox pen HO of i16 or 120 to save this It will of course scan a litho more work during tho year but suppose you hire a man and let him spend ono month cutting up straw or corn atovor for this purpose In half ot this tlmo he would certainly cut up enough to supply you during the year and tide expense could not exceed 30 Besides this you will not only save 300 as outlined above but you will mako more manure and you will convert the straw stack Into the best possible shape for manure There Is no question of moro im portance than tha saving of the liquid manure and utilizing tho traw pile byIconverting It Into a valuable fertilizer unless It be to see that your manure le spread every day as fast as It IsImade and ace that it la spread on tho land evenly Remember that It U always best to spread less per sore and coyer more acres than to spread a heavy application over n few new It has been demonstrated that a ton of barnyard manure la worth 3 You can figure to double your output over day certainly through tho winter t months and there I I no question but that tho average farmer can make t moro money fir giving this subject ft little thought just nl tho present time than he can In nay other way SETTING GATE POSTS Use of Stones In Soft Ground Will Make Them Firm Tho matter of selling gate posts la one that should Intorost every ono who has a Rate to hang for no matter how strong the post may bo and how carefully It may bo braced It U bound to sag sooner or inter so tho gate catches on tho ground often desirous to set a gate thatjsoft ground such ai around tho Two Way of Setting Gate Posts yard or Just after a heavy rain wbea the ground Is too soft to do any work in tho field In such cases it Is almost Impossible to act tho post firmly but oven in such cases thin work can be dono very satisfactorily by packing small stones In tho holo around the post This work might bo oven more effectually accomplished If tho pot were sot In concroto which Is a little tholtmorethi be tamped firmly as the hole Is being I filled up After the holo is filled wltb concreto the post should not be dis turbed for several days so as to give the cement tlmo to sot Caro must bo taken to have tho post exactly plumb all the tlmo whllo tho work la going on an It can never be straight ened after tho cement hardens Aa I gato posta aro usually much heavier than ordinary posts and are therefore expected to last much longer than tho rest of tho fenco it la always well to use thoroughly seasoned wood so as to mako tho work as permanent aa possible 1 Another method of setting posts soya The Farmer Is by using two largo flat stones to hold them in place r The hole of course must be dug I much larger and before It Is set In the hole one stone Is laid edgewise In the bottom upon the side which la to re ceive tho greatest pressure at the toot + of tho post The post la then set in rjotherthe post to receive tho drawing weight or from the gate In this way both JI stones receive tho pressure holding the post firmly in position IItheresII I i 1 h h 4 It Makes You Warm To go into a drug store and have the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD as what you asked fordont blame you Thats t why we carry such a tremendous + stock just to have what you want d Ifwe do not have what you want t i care always glad to get it for you t The one thing that we do not have V is the thing JUST AS GOODV Dont Believe in IU The Porter Drug Co INCORPORATED G00 0+++ + 4MM oooooooacoaODoO OODoeoooooo oooooo o e- o 0 o Berea and Vicinity i eo 0- M 0o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 2 0 woeoeoeaQQooomooeogowoeo Take Notice Tbo Conversation Club will mast IrIUny evening August 80i with Mr j aud Mm CnrtwwUU Tfce topto tar ills cwwlon IB IliiMla of Today On Sunday Aug llth the CoHuw chapel is to be opened for special ear vleM conducted Uy novo Dr target pastor of the Nlata St Iteptiet eaureh I In Cincinnati It wrerybody copse and hear this olowent nrmcher Sir and Mrs Andrew Winrp who went to Itlcby KaMM InK spring arrived here one day tail week Mr x Sharp will spend com time In Loehr Tllle studying then goo to Morahoad where ho bas a position as teacher In tho Normal Dept at that plaee Mrs Sharp will romaln In Doroa with her stator Ilartlm Hoblnson for sometime Mm Will Woods and children of Uedford Ind are vltltlng relatives hers IMr and Mrs S 1C Hunt spout Saturday and Sunday with relative Mr Barl Splnk of WIIIIamsburB was tho guest of Mr and Mm Mark Spink during tho Fair Mr and Mm Ocorgo nick returned from thulr vacation with home folks In Hamilton Ohio last week Miis Lltzlo Uunlctto clerked In Mrs S It Bakers nillllnery store last Friday and Saturday while Mrs baker attended the FaIr It D Porter passed thru Boron Tues day of last week on his way to Mid unlmrR Ky I It la reported that Howard Disney I lias typhoid fuser I Mrs Lou Truott loft Sunday for n + few days visit with her sister In Lox ington Mr and Mrs C J Manson attend ed the Cynthlatm Fair last week Miss Betsey Woods of Cartersvlllo I was tho guest of Mrs 0 M Green las l week Mrs Green 11111 and mother Mrs L C Oabbard spent Saturday and Sunday with W 1U Gabbard and fam ily t p W D Logsdons delivery wagon makes Its rounds at 1000 in tho t morning and 300 In tho afternoon i Please got your orders In before the wagon leaves tho store Kvorybodya r pato solicited Houses and Gardens for Rent Cell on G D Holliday at tho Beroa lank end Trust Company IS THEM ISUMMER IN but Logsdons Store is l always hustling Here arc some of the t reasonsFlour 50 Sugar 54c I Meal 75 Want all the blackberries I can get I W D LpGSDON4i It Cor Main and Prospect Sts v t 11 ceoeg coo oooeoeooom The Hired band played for the JIaJr Thursday Friday sad Saturday Thu boys have lIMn practicing moro than imwl this summer and are prejwrc to wake some good music Lot UB on oounHW oar focal talent Ut W M Gibson of nichmond at UNtdtU UM JMr Friday DAB 1L liraek of Rletunend was lu Uwa Saturday W II Porter WM In Bonlen Ind a few tars last wwk Mr Prank AMM of Speedwell WM In tows last Thursday on business Mrs It n Cook has been on thi risk Hit for several days Mrs Spurlook was In Paint Lie Monday on business OliN Ann Soper of Illehniond Is the guest of Miss Margaret Wallace Mrs Charles Reynolds and sister of Livingston spoilt a tow days last week with Mrs James Hart Mr and Mrs Hverott Todd of Speedwell visited Mrs Todds father last weekMr and Mrs Will Smith and twi children from Corbin aro visiting Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs John FowlerArthur Green spent a few days las- week with his brother 0 M Green Misses Ar o and Mnrpxret Lowon who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Amos of Speedwell wore home last Thursday Tho Sunday school of tho Union church is to hold Its picnic at Slate Lick Saturday August 10th Mom hers of tho home department and the church and congregation are cordially Invited to enjoy tho day with tho chit dren Wagons arc to leave tho parish house at 9 11 m Dont forgot you r baskets Tho Republican caucus which was called for Saturday evening Aug 3rd was adjourned till Wednesday evening the 7th when a second meeting WAS held An organization committee was appointed with W J alum chairman which IH to report nt another moot lug Wed AUK 21 Dr and Mrs P Cornelius arrived yesterday from Oklahoma Judge Bcckncr was taken ill Tuesday morning on tho street and at first It was thought to bo paralysis but It was afterward pronounced vertigo Ho will bo all right soon Winches ter Democrat Flnnnrlnl HUtrmiiitof Trtwiurern Heii rt Tows of llrrenImh 1 to July 0 1U01 Receipts On hand Jan 1 33161 From Police Judge fines 114CS Tax Collector 100G 35C91 Tax Collector 1907 38147 Booth privileges 3200 Borrowed V COOOO Subscriptions for Adams St Pike 41GCO 223217 Expenditures For street repairs 76770 legal service C750 to printing 1223 p rent 475 construction Adams St Pike 121577 Balance on hand July 907 13414 l 223217 J W Stephens Treasurer rs v i 0000000000000-o 0- f College Items io 0- o HERR AND THERE S 0 08000000000000Mr versity spent Saturday and Sunday in Berca and visited Miss Foxs Sunday school at Narrow Gap lie camo with a letter of introduction from Mrs J A R Rogers and intends to travel In tho Kentucky mountains during the next six weeks Miss Moore will go to Artcmua Knox county for a few daysIMiss Kthel Todd for tho North Misses LIlIIo TJhrlsmau and Lillian iItillllrln11c111Tho Treasurer announces a slight IIrrangejmenta studentslbyby the halt tormThig makes one less day of settlement saving his Mine and the Umo of the studunt And thl masts that on the opening day stu dents must pay for half a terms board 7 weeks In the fall instead of flvo weeks board Seo Collage ad rarllwraBnt In another column Tim Vlia VMil t Dee Oregon July 27 1007 Mf Berea Prlamls HtrluK bad four months oxixirlenco In the northwest I will endeavor to tell you BOHMUilng of the peoploand tko country In which thy live This oovHtry Is settled up by leVi ral different nationalities of ptople uGh ns BnKllsh Spanish and Dutch Some people have the wrong Idea of the great west They think that th west It run over with murderers and rubbers and that It Is not safe to von tore owt among them hut this Is not tho ease The pooplo hero are all right They are industrious and general are honest so you see when wo have those two characteristics of prettykman anyway a neighbor Tho native peopo of this country seem to think they dont let tho 4th of July get by without drink Ing a quantity of bad whiskey While they aro drunk they are qillo rough but aro not possessed with that mur derous spirit which exists In th southeast and when they are over their drunk that Is tho last of It un Julyo for Its fine timber good wheat excellent fruit and magnificent scenery In tho moun tains Tho mountain peaks aro cov Thetstreams are full of fine fishes of all kinds and sizes There are plenty of wild animals In tho mountains such as bear deer and mountain lion In tad this Is tho best place Uncle Sam has for his eoplo to have a good tint and make a financial success H C Metcalf Hnnurlo Ullnbrat tnntltnte Inter puling Letter from Her AIUIM Stout Dear Citizen Thu article In your recent issue on the sale of Wllllamsburg Academy to l3YIUIIdesorved reflecting somewhat unfavorably upon Its founders As I was personally acquainted with some of these you will 1 am sure give mo space to glvo ray testimony as to their high character and alms At the very headstands tho name of Gen Green Clay Smith who from high political preferment ho only lacked ono vote ot being President of the United States turned aside to becomo a humble preacher of tho Gos gel Another was Rev H T Daniels ono of tho most pious men I over know my classmate anti roommate whom I certainly have a right to praiseIn tho appeals for money for this school which were made In Kentucky many of which I heard there was no concealment of the fact that there wa a great academy full of Christian ed ucational rower In Willlamsburg already I myself gave fifty dollars with no thought that 1 was wasting tho Lords money and scandalizing tho Cuuso of Christ by promoting unholy rivalry and strife becauso they may earnestly contend to establish the truth as they see lton ground already occupied by other of Gods people Some may bellovo that the founding of Wllllamsburg Institute was a mis take and they have a right to their opinion But no one should impugn tho motives of tho pious men who thought otherwise twenty years ago many of whom have now entered Into rest Let us honor their memory while bidding Godspeed as the Citizen very fittingly does to those who aro con ducting the Institute today It Is very 0 e questionable whether any Institution In our state has dono or is doing a more blessed work Amos Stout HEltKA ITtllJKNTH DOINC1 GOOD letter from 31 r UnliT Harlan ICyj July 29 1907 Dear Friends Another summer finds mo among tho great masses of earth stone and coal known to us as tho mountains of liar Ian county and among a people I have known for two summers and learned to appreciate very much Quito a revival has swept through a part of tho county In which myself and others did Sunday school work during tho pact two summers Two oneII I Christ like to talk of nothing else so well now About 200 p m last Thursday I stepped into the Cornell school being taught this fall by C J Lewis I wish I could give you a picture of tho school I found Ono of the best schoolhouses of tho county ample room good light and ventilation comfortable for winter use clean and nicely dec orated with pictures and flogs Not much grind of machinery but apparen puiono without seeing ample I proof that Be reas Normal training shows In tho work of her pupils I had a tine plungo In tho old Bwlmmln hole on our way up Poor Fork to his home In tho evening whero I enjoyed some of tho finest of mountain hospitality until Saturday tnornfm1 S C Kelly was ono of our- numbota part of tine tine too lie- reartaIelx or seven Sunday schools organised this summer On Saturday wo nttiUided a Sunday school conven tion at Cams sehoolltouso with a good attendance an interesting pro gramvirdlsouBe td and a groat plonto dinnerWas much pleased too in meeting a number of other Boron students and moro wliom I hope will be Beroa stu dents In tho future Among thoso Ive met this summer and whom some of you wlTl remember with ploasura arc Mr Aimer Jones now a county exam Iner a real examiner and prominent teacher of this county Miss Nancy Hwisley now Mrs Eager whoso hus band is ono of tho thriftiest farmers of tho county a farmer who has thoroughbred stock and makes use of farm Journals Miss Laura Creech now Mrs Ball also her brother Mr John Creech YourstrulyArthur Dalley Cat Fixes Right Time A woman received a teleptouo Cilia one morning last week from a woman friend asking her the time of day The friend telephoned back It was 10 a m whereat the other explained that her clocks were all at 930 which she know was wrong as her pet cat had just washed Its taco which It did every morning precisely at ten Horn after tho woman proposes to regulate her clocks by tho cats ablutions Revolutionary Relic James R Putnam while at work In his garden at Rutland VL picked up a brass button about an Inch In diam eter When It was cleaned It was found to bo a military button In a good state of preservation It is flat with tho word Massachusetts artil lery around the edge of tho face In tho center In relief Is a cannon mounted on wheels and besldo a flag on o staff Tho button Is a rovolutlonarj relic Qrltlih Joke Modern honorable gentlemen who wish to show their rending display It In the Invention ot such sesqulpedal Itles as Terminological Inexactitude Tho outsider falls to grasp tho humor of it It reminds him only of Chron ohhotonthotogos immersed In cogl bundlty of cogitation London Satur day Roviow Plague cf Uelosit Hares The prediction that the Belgian haro fad would lead to the creation ofa public pest has bon realized In com plaints that como from Bennlngton county Vermont whero farmers aro suffering from tho depredations of rabbits and have no redress Tho man who loses 1000 head ot cabbage as in Dorset has his opinion of peo plo who freed their Belgian hares after It had been found unprofitable to roar them Peace That Passeth Understanding Ono stormy day tho minister of Jed burgh Scotland called upon a mom ber of his church a very poor oilman who lived all alono The snow I was drifting under tho door and through tho ratters and there was but little limo on the hearth The pastor greeted htm with What are you doing today John and the old saints re ply was Oh sir I am just sitting un der Ills shadow wHir great delight Be a Booster The man who says nothing about another unless he can say something good is much moro likely to bo a good citizen and a good friend than the man who feels It Is part of his job to emitI small that ho cannot tell when his I words will come homo to roost Some- timesI they come home when home is not prepared to receive them g+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o Ho4O +o+o+O+o+o+ok +o+o bo+ THE WEALTH OF A ttf i NATION I I o ++ 0 J Depends on the Thrift of Its People s I and th eo-o ++ 0 go+ J Is the Natural and Safe Depository aoafINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Io 0 o o THE+ i 0 0 1 I Berea National Bank lo 0 oS E WELCH Hroslclont J L GAY Cashier oI1t+o +o +o +o +o+o+o +040 +04 o+o+o+o+o +o +o+o+oo+0+o+o+o 4o+04 o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o +oo +o +o +o +o+o+b+o+o +o +o+o+o o If You Are Looking For+ oIf BaraAinso 0 i You must Not Pass This Store i- o 0 Q R Q f A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves 0 etc at Bargain Prices i2 In Mens Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work + S Shirts Overhalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear HauMioso Hats o Collars Ties etc iT o Also some Extra values in 0 t Suits io + o 0 We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and- o pay top prices for Produce + Yours for Busin- essMoyes o o 0 t Cash Store t + +0- i Berea Ky Q u+o1o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+4a- itkitk i a 2ti1i1 1t i1k7tSt7d1i1i111kkG11y7et1kkSS1s7s1tlekitStiE3He7Asleariht A NEW STORE IN BEREA A JA tox V Are you looking for high grade food materials Tho best are J none too good Why buy cheap and often impure groceries Wes t are opening up a now Grocery Store with a great variety of goodsii dud will keep us complete a line as possible of fancy groceries J best goods obtainable for the price We aro distributors for the tt wall known Bakers Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffeethe best to X be lead in Berea Try a can and you will always want the original J Steel Cut Coffee 1 K You will find a bargain counter here at all times and will be x able to pick up some good values I dont ask you to give me all s- A your patronage when you want family procories tinware or hard t aware but you will get a square deal when you come to t R R HARRIS i BldgaMAIN ST s 0 Y rf- OKK1crKKKrrKKKKkkrKKKKKMKSgtStSlSlSt7sislait StnSeSt sititSt5t5tReitkS171G h Dill Knew Grease Ono day Dill had company to dlno with him and his wife wishing Wil liam to appear well quietly admon shed him to be careful what he said All went well till Dill got his pota toes well mashed when he said Dolly pass the grease Why William sold his wife you should call It gravy Weal says DIM I alf It got os your tablecloth It would be grease His Band of Mourning dont think they hurt themselves going in black far their friends and relatives hero In New York said the Western girl I know a man who when his father died put a wide black ribbon Off his eyeglasses strung It acrocs the sIde ot his face and back of his ear and let It go at that New York Press Good News for Him I know a most improvident fellow down in Tennessee says a native ot that state One day his wife asked him to buy some flour of which they had none I cant ho told her I havent u cent Dut we cant starve she oxpostulated tearfully Im glad to hear it he replied I was afraid maybe wo could Kansas City Times Between Women Yes said Miss Passay hes an awfully Inquisitive bore Ho was try Ing to find out my age tho other day so I just up and told him I was 50 That settled him Well replied Miss Peppery I guess it is boat to be perfectly candid with a fellow of that sore FaintHearted Modern Lovers Tho average modern young man cares only for tame rabbit coursing Ho labors under some newfangled de tJ lusion that it is undignified to woo unless youre more than halt sure of winning Naturally the sport is dull both to pursuer and pursued Tbo dainty art fat courtship is nearly for gottenWoman at Home r f toot t WeakLungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis conjsumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors apIJ prove Then trust this the net time you have a hard cough Of t hart an nwful cough for onr unit nothing seemed to Jo the any aleartrtoil AprCierr Pectoral d- ridIi rnrvd 1 It to all inr then hares cough bltel it Jl IV Kits WuhiUKton U a IIAXa4ab0IoerCo1owIUMaao II 114lJersSA PAl1LUII Ayera PlHs keep the bowels regular h All vegetal d gently IY t a The Citizen IA family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting I Published trery Thundajr at Berea XJ BEREA PUBLISHING CO- Ieorporatsd E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates riTlBLE IN ADV1NCX One Year t w She Month Gt Three Month 11 MaepOrdercat stamps The date alter your name on label abawa tt eecIIaANNttry us- riBaUiedunbsrs wink jUdtr aoppUe4 if we Fine Premiums cIren for new and prompt renewals Send for Premium List Liberal texas firm to any who ktataa new iWeripUona for us Asy opt ttatiaf MM rul- rIYllUblCfipltoa all recdee TIle CtUaca tree year JjArertlalnc rates an applioatln MEMBEI er KENTUCKY 1RESS ASSOCIATION Surely the era of kindness ana com passion If not the actual millennium has arrived when the automoblllst veritably stops to pick up hU victim and carry It to a hospital Green apples give the small boy cholera morbus and we have some times seen an editor afflicted with a painful touch of mental cramps from eating the sour fruit ot wisdom One more largest Atlantic liner has been ordered It is to be a steamer of 60000 tons Presumably it will bavo on board a scenic railway and a travel Ing circus among its attractions for passengers With some men education is a process as the word Indicates With others It is an event A New Jersey Janitor undertook to wipe windows with a United States nag When the police drove away the mob the Janitor bad been educated but It had taken only a few minutes It baa been agreed between the gov ernments of Canada and of the United States that the owners of all buildings on the boundaryline must decide in which country they shall live and must move the whole building accord ingly The purpose of this agreement is to reduce the smuggling evil and otherwise to put an end to lawless ness on the border- Philadelphia capitalists are planning to erect a Jl500000 hqtel In Yoke hama Japan from plans designed by Philadelphia architects It is to be eight stories In height will contain about 400 bedrooms and suites and many baths with a garden courtyard In the center It Is to be called the Grand hotel and appears to be wholly an American investment It is estimated by the national treas ury authorities that not less than 350000000 of the new ten dollar gold certificates will be needed to satisfy the public demand for smaller bills However It is not at all likely that any creditor will object to having that little account settlod with plain ordinary greenbacks or kick even at cartwheel silver dollars One of the newspapers of Peking China has lately celebrated the five hundredth anniversary of its establish ment During Its long period of pub heathen the editorial staff has several times been beheaded either in front of the office or In It for printing news which displeased the court The ex pression he has severed his connec than may be Chinese newspaper En gush A great deal has been said about the facility of the Japanese in adopt- Ing and adapting western methods Even our language appears to gain something from their use of it It Is told of one of Gen Kurokls party that when his opinion of America was asked he replied Your country is full of remarkablltties but I find the weather curseworlhy Two noteworthy new words In a single breath The sultan of has become father to his thirteenth living child a baby daughter The eldest child of the sultan Is Prince Sellm who Is 37 years old lie is In disgrace and does not rank as the heir appar ent The sultan In ordor to reduce the number of pretenders to the throne has established the practice of marrying his daughters to persons of little consequence from whom no political dangers need be feared He la genuinely fond of one daughter the beautiful 20yearold Princess Ayiuhe born of a Circassian mother She baa received a European education Oysters them native are wild animals So the attorney general of New York lately informed an as sessor who asked him whether he phould assess oysterbeds as real or personal property When oysters are artificially planted according to this legal opinion they become domesti cated tame or garden oysters and as such are personal property Al though the attorney general does not interpret the law concerning salsify or oysterplant it is probable that the courts would hold that this also when tamed is personal property It cer tainly would be when cooked and eaten wI1t ttly nft tan tth u1 nrttls By PRESIDENT ARTHUR T HADLEY of Yak University oThe only men who arc sate are those whose standards of honor are what the world calls Quixotic which really means that they aro Christian And it must be the same way with our standards of truthfulness These too must be Christianotically Christian if you please to call it soa They must be stronger and higher than tho social hedge of con ventions by which we are surrounded It is not enough to avoid concrete instances of untruth of a kind which the world would recognize and punish if the facts were known Tho roan who is willing to abstain from telling a lie and lets his truthfulness go no further than this is not much better oft than the man who is content withwashing his hands and neglects the need of purity of heart It is not always easy to say where truth begins and falsehood ends The only safeguard is to extend the conception of Christian honor in our social relations as we extend that of Christian cleanliness in our personal relations to make up ones mind once and for nil not only to hate a lie but to hate the falo system of standards that will either leave the way open for deceit or discuss the possibility of a compromise with itI A man may not always understand what ho is doing when he is prbstituting his honorperhaps he very seldom does but tho evil is there just the same The most dangerous evils are not the ones which are consciously met and defeated by a system of rules It is the unseen attacks that do the mischiefIt the little stain on the mans hand almost too small to feel or see that carries into his body the germs of destruction If he has been too lazy or too careless to wash away the stain he falls and knows not why So it is in the domain of morals It is not the great dangers which we see and conquer that form the real sources of peril it is the little stains on the heart in which lurk tho sources of danger that we do not see t wyiug 11t inya in iqt JiIaeut By CHARLES B HOYT of New Hampihlr Board of Agriculture The reason born on the farm desire to leave it rather than to remain and it a is that farm work has too commonly the and dependents Instead of being early as having a partnership in common of the home husbandry the sons have been fairly driven from home which to them has become a place of depressing servitude rather than one of attractive ness and deep interest as it should have been made More encouragement should be given the children in the farm home Interest them by giving something that is to be their own A few hens a a calf or pig might be conveyed to the to be cared for used or sold to the ultimate benefit to the young owner so far as profits are concerned There should be a closer relationship between parent and on the farm as this would mean less faultfinding with the way the work is sometimes done and in general would mean more Farmers organizations such as the grange arc to be encouraged This not only an increase of intelligence for but results in a culture of the better feelings and sensibilities which is of vastly more importance than the best and most profitable culture of the soil Fanners sons and daughters should bo included in organizations and made to feel that they are an essential part of the right kind of influence to bear I believe it would be easier to keep the farmers boy today than it was ten ago Free mail postal savings banks parcels post form telephone lines better roads and other kindred sources of enjoyment all conspire to make the farm an attractive place with no sense of being shut out from the rest of the world as formerly- A more respect for the farmer and his calling Is duo rrom tho professions and a better recognition of his ability by appointing him to positions of trust and honor This would encourage the farmers boyas he looked into the future 3Ewupin3L l i r By CAETANO DAMATO Former Prejldenr of UnIted Italian Societies New York chief why children make business made sons mere drudges recog nized the work them lamb child child home brings labor these them With brought home years rural little 4It is a fortunate child whose parent has advised in her marriage From my observations both in this country and abroad particularly in my own ItalyI firmly believe that those marriages that culminated through the advice ana iniiucnco of the parents have been the happiest Foreign children arc taught from their earliest youth that there is no duty so imperative as that of obedience to parents So impressed aro they with that thought that as they advance in years to obey their parents becomes rio longer a duty but a pleasure Consequently the first thought of the foreign boy or girl when the time for marriage comes is to consult their parents and it is the decision of the father and mother that invariably guides them in the matter It is rare indeed that an Ital inn girl elopes from her home The result of this is an almost total absence of the marital troubles that seem so prevalent in America Even the marriages of convenience socalled in name alone howeverresult far more happily in the main than do the marriages of impulsive youthful love in this country Mar riago of convenience aro the result of the sober soundminded judgment wf fathers and mothers who are able to look forward into the future Mar riages of love are on the other hand more often merely marriages of momentary fancy which by passing away condemns the boy and girl to lives of unhappiness EXPOSED BY TEACHER FORGERY 18 CONFESSED BY LAW YERCHURCHMAN WHO SURRENDERS TO A SHERIFF Thomas Black Robbed Client of 23000 MortQages Juggled For Eight Years s Kenton O July 30Tho confession of Attorney Thomas Black that ho had forged 128000 worth of mortgages reused a tremendous sensation horn It was before sunrise that Attorney Black went to tho Hardra county Jail called out Sheriff Scott and asked bite whether or not ho bad Jwwnl of the rumors The rumors were that Dr F W Sapp of Columbus and his slstoi ln law Miss Harlett Stanley of Kenton with County Recorder Frank Rumsor bad discovered In the records of the courthouse that Black had been mak lug fraudulent mortgages as tho Gum olal agent of Dr Sapp Their discover was related to Black by his law part acr Attorney Carlos W Faulkner Sheriff Scott told flack that ho had heard the rumors and Black repllod Well I have corns hero to give my self up I am guilty of the thing found against me and wit await formal charges Black says ho drew fraudulent mort gages forged tho namos of tho county recorder and gave names of fictitious witnesses Some of the mortgages do scribe land that Is not in Hardin coun ty Black sent thtso mortgages to Or Sapp and thus awiadlod him outot ttu face values lift says Tho spurious in etruments 11 In aU have a total con ideratlon of f28000 Black kits been gay ng Dr Sapps In terest on the fraudulent mortgages for eight years Dr Sapp began to look into his affairs hero through the inao cent suggestion of Miss Stanley a school teacher The suggestion was made when MISS Stanley recently vUtt ed her broth lnlaw at Columbus- I have explicit confidence In mj agent Mr Black replied Dr Sapp But said Miss Stunlpy a man with that much money in aomo one elses hands ought to look into his business personally- So the Investigation was begun exposing ono ot tho most prominent churchmen and most highly oateomoJ citizens of Kenton Attorney Black It U said began the forgeries when ho was mayor of Ken ton eight years ago He has spent part of tho money In paying Interest to Dr Saw In educating his two bright eons John mack U Wabash college and William Black ot Miami university and the rest apparently on hIt homo Ho did not live extravagantly how ever Attorney Blacks wife EGIe Squlei Black the noted author of Hcari Whispers died about a year asa Black was once a candidate for aural nation as congrmsman 4n the Eighth district At present ho Is chairman oJ tho Hani la county republican commit too In jell ho said ho would turn over his home valued at 16000 and tlSOC In cashall he hadto Dr Sapp Block was a teacher In the Presbyterian Sunday school a prominent Elk end Mason and his friends are dumbfounded over the revelations He was noticed to havo boon morose ro cently but this was thought to have been duo entirely to the loss ot hU Wile whom he worship- edDYNAMITE Two Men Seriously and Six Slightly Injured Almost Started Panic- S Louis July 30A quantity o dynamite in a miners trunk explode while the trunk was being handled at Union station seriously Injuring twc men slightly wounding elx others and creating a noise that almost started a panicIvan Demeter a Greek miner on hit way west from Appalachian W Va had someeUck dynamlto in his trunk A baggage Loan In handing It gave the trunk take usual fling The crploaloi followed Baggageman Warner Sparks and Hugh Gavin wero taken to a hoe pltal seriously injured Six others re celved minor wounds There was noth lag left of the trunk Rtfuits To Name Man Detroit July 30Tony hate aced 23 was found lying helpless in front of his home 271 Clinton street chock ingly mutilated and with stab wounds in his abdomen chest and thigh and behind big ear Tho police arrested I young Italian whose hands were coy cred with blood when bo was appro headed and are holding him on sue plcion Leto refuses to name his aa gallant and there are rumors that thl affair wa sa Black Hand outrage Did I hitsTulsa I TJuly 30In a fit ol Jealous anger J D Stackhouse pro jirlotor of restaurant shot and killed his wife and then committed suicide Three Days Apart Omaha Neb July 30 Triplets that were born to Mr and Mrs Antoi Mocha ot South Omaha three months ago are dud Their deaths occurred throe days 4 art The first death oo cured last Tuesday the fcccond Frlduj and the third Monday Conspirators Shot Guayaquil Ecuador July 30A e urtmartlal has sentenced 15 soldier implicated In the recent political plot against President Alfaio to death bj liootlaff Elcht of the men were ere cuted In tatocltjr Moadar morning at CANAL AND FOUR BOATS WRECKED IRON ARCHES SUPPORTING ERIE WATERWAY GIVE WAY Damaging Buildings and Endangerlnj LlveaAII Traffic Is Tied Up Pend ing Repairing of Break Syracuse N Y July 31The tree nrcUes that support tho bed at tho Erie canal at a point near the center of this city where It passes over tho Onoa daga crook gavo way and tour canal boats wore drawn Into the bod of the creek beneath CO feet of walls St the threcHtwy Euiplro flour mill falling into the water and the Uartels and Greonway breworlcw respectively ou the north and south banks of the canal were threatened with demolition The driver of the canal boat Potoi J Bolter of Black river noticed that the boat was moving too rapidly and hurriedly bored It to the canal bank Tho rope snapped Uko so much thread carrying away a part of the wall upon which tho Souring mill stands Fret Race owns of the boat with his wife and daughter wore compelled to jump for their lives Henry Race SO tare old father of tho owner was standing In the stern ol the boat and employee of tho Standard Milling Co grabbed him as the boat took tho downward plunge The Goodalo was tied up at the gas plant to a crane It pulled tho crane over and severed a steel anchor cable The boat was drawn into the brook followed by the Major D D Bailey owned by K Davenport Two boats ownod by Frank 0 Foul of New York loaded with coal were swept Into tho vortex Mr Fouls wife and four children were saved by a deck hand Tho Peter J Doltor of Black river loadod with gravel ivraa carried into the break The remaining wall of tho Empire mllla Is badly cracked and will have to come down Tfco canal level at this point U K miles in length and Division Super intendent Wheeler Immediately order lid tho water drawn off Ho said that the break was caused by tho arches of the acquoduct over the Onondaga creek Riving way When tho level 1s emptied tho dang or of flood In tho nook section north of Onondaga lake will pass and the back waters of the creek will flow uninter ruptedly by the boots All canal traffic U tied wp and It wilt bo several days at least before tho damage can bo repaired Tbo boats and cargos are total loaaw ENGINE EXPLODED Four Dead and One Fatally Injured as Result of Accident Milan Tens July 31Four persons wore killed and another tautly In jured and too others seriously hurt when at a lato hour an engine attached to a fast Illinois Central fruit train northbound exploded near this place wrecking tho train us well as another freight train standing on an adjacent aiding The dead are Engineer Maloney Chicago Robert Henderson fireman Jackson Tens Two tramps unidenti Sled Fatally Injured A Bllncoc Jackson Town SIxBullets Pierced Officers Body Albuquerque N M July 31do laloy of SHvor City shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Charles Smith as tho latter was attempting to arrest him Maloy had announced that any offlcor attempting to take him would get all six bullets of his revolver and as Smith entered the door of Matoya house the Utter fired six shots all ot which took effect After Maloy had been capturM ho had to bo guarded nil night to prevent a lynching Placed Baas on RedHot Stove Oawego N Y July 31 A drunken Pole a stranger in this city entered the home of Caarlea Leonard took a ceventnontLsoId babe from a crib where It was sleeping and placed It on a redhot kitchen store The cries of the child brought the mother who had left the louse for a moment The police were calM and the man was arrested The bas was badly burned Big Strike Averted St Paul Minn July 31A nettle went of dlfficuUlea lies beta effected with the union carmen of tho Northern Pacific railroad and the threatened strike of 0000 men is averted A oem promise was agreed upon by which the mon were granted approximately a G per cem Kalsa In pay and certain conditions in tao shop which they do sired Bath Stand Pat Superior 9b July 31 Wait was discontinued again at tho Allouez ors docks Tho owners are making no ef fort 1o get the idea back and the latter are maklag no advances Not Identified Washington July 31 Inquiry tiers failed to identify Amps R Rumbach of Washington D C who killed him self at Colorado Springs Two Children Cremated Cambridge Mass July 31Two onll dren were burned to death and twc other persons wwo perhaps fatally burned In a fire In a tenement Roust block The dead aro David McQInsb an jr aged 3 and his brother John aged lit Land Sunk In Panama Colon July 31I1Ie land around Lion hill 10 miles from Colon Ja reported to have sunk It ts stated the through trains are unable to pass e extensive If tho damage In Cat region THE TEMPERANCE PLEDGE A Reviving Interest In This Phase of iReform Work k- It oA Is very gratlfflng to see n revival of Interest In the temperance pledge An instrument that has brought so 1F great good should never be aban doned While no thought should bo entertained of relaxing our efforts for prohibitory legislation It Is greatlytto bo desired that all should reallzoJthe Importance of getting mono women and children to sign the pledge Tho larger tho army of abstainers the less demand there will be for In toxicating drinks Cut off customers from the saloons and the liquor bust ness will decline Stop tho flow of money to the dramshops and there will bo a great and Increasing do mand for groceries provisions cloth- Ing furniture houses and lots lien jamin Franklin said Temperance puts wood on tho fire meal In tho barrel flour in tho tub money In tho purse clothes on tho children vigor In the body Intelligence In tbo brain and contentment In the house Tho temperance pledge is a helper- to the poor bringing food and raiment to their door says Rev Francis J Collier D D In a pamiblot Issued by the Presbyterian committee on tem perance It Is a shield to the Innocent giving protection against tho assaults of the tempter it Is a staff to the fpathtestimonial commending tho signer to those who desire tho services of ono who Is worthy of confidence and respect Tho pledge was Out used In Ibis country In 17S9 at Utchflcld Conn In Its first form however it proved to be of little value In tho promotion of temperance since It allowed the use of malt and fermented liquors In 1833 the pledge of total abstinence from every Intoxicating beverage was introduced from England Thousands ot persons old and young who heard the earnest and eloquent pleadings of Father Mathew and John B Dough signed tbelr names to the pledge of total abstinence from tho use of all in toxicating liquors as a beverage and kept It faIthfullyIObjections to the use of tho pledge are sometimes made oven by some good people who favor tho cause of temperance Ono says It is not right to take a pledgo of any sort This cannot be true In ancient days tho Naxarltcs pledged themselves among other things not to drink wine Samson Samuel and John tho Baptist were NnzarlUn Jacob vowed to give onetenth of his Income to tho Lord Paul took a vow when he wont tho last time to Jerusalem We be Novo It II right to take marriage vows and church vows Ministers elders and deacons assume YOWl when they are ordained So do civil magistrates when they are Inaugurated and Uio officers of various societies when they are installed All business contracts pledgesTheclcty Is In Its pledge Children should be encouraged to sign tho temperance pledge They are In danger of entering tbo paths of sometimesfoundsaloonkeeper was caught In the act of giving beer to children returning from school Let all bear in mind that the pledge Is a declaration of Independence a shield for protection a refuge for perishIng mind that ho will not bo a drunkard that he will not take the risk of being a moderate drinker knowing therapid growth of appetite that ho wilL not bring disease upon his body and mind by tho use of alcoholic liquors and that ho will not sot a bad exam plo to others by drinking When asked to drink bo can say Youemust excuse mo for I have signed the pledge and I Intend to keep It rho pledge fortifies tho weak in the hour of temptation It has kept tbou y sands of young persons from becom helpedmany JatherMathewL Cuyler and others with good re cults should not be neglected or des hued Laboring Mans Greatest Curse Cardinal Gibbons has said The 4temperance V1strikesIt is a more unrelenting tyrant than the grasping monopolist It has caused itobe reared without tho knowledge of5tGod It has broken up more homes lcr1Thopassed n law to prevent brewers from tJThocent of tho saloons In Omaha c Consumption of Tobacco i The consumption of tobacco in thttIiUnited Kingdom has Increased 30 per rr cent in the past 1C years Its use Is I almost universal among males above the age of 1C pears Ir d I ncunwwtnwn A FUNNY CANDLESTICK Queer Custom Which Used to Prevail In the Scottish Highlands Wo who aro accustomed to electric lights and gas light can scarcely mako eur imagination go back to thu time Like Little Candle Burning In Night when there was not only no such lighting but not even a candlestick to hold tho candlo In Scotland very many years ago a little boy was employed to bold tho candlo during tho long evenings Tide boy was the herd laddto by day and In tho night ho would sit in the chlm ney corner holding and ocasslonally trimming tho piece of candlo ho held In his hand Tho candle was also po cullar It was a bit of wodd cut from a kind of fir tree which Is found Im bedded in certain Scotch bogs In uletvery tlrvd working so hard day and night I wonder whether the candlo over wobbled as tho boys arm grew t weary Poor laddie The only relief this living candlestick had from his work was when a beggar came to tho door and naked a nights lodging Then in return for his bed and boards tho beggar was expected to hold tho candle for tho evening In sorao places In Scotland oven yet a candle stick II called pulrman meaning a poor man and this is tho reason for the odd term I daro say tho boys ot Scotland aro mighty glad that wooden and metal candlesticks are now In use and you I guece aro still gladder that we have our bright gas and electric lights to Illumine our houses Philadelphia Ledger A GOOD TRICK How One Can Puzzle and Amuse a Company of Friends This II a genuine bit of tun that demands no apparatus and every one can do It says Magical Experiments Place yourself by tho side of a mir rored wardrobe an In the Illustration In such a way that halt your body Is l Like a Jumping Jack concealed tho other halt projecting from tho wardrobe Aa for the person standing at tho other side at a certain distance It will appear to them that they behold you entirely the Il melon being caused by onehalf being reflected When you lift your leg tho alir appearance given by means of the 1 mirror Is that of a person who lifts tboth feet from the ground at onco and holds them in tho aira rather startling apparition You will look like a toy jumping Jack which is x operated by a string and tbo more r you move your leg and arm the fun filer you will look It Would Fidget The word fidget explained tho teacher means to move about Now children I want ono of you to stop to tho blackboard and write a sentence containing the word fidget Forth stopped tbo little wise boy who wrote This store will fidget June Stst But who over heard of a store fidgeting Johnny naked tho teacher I dont know but the sign on a store down town says that it will move about July l1rltJudge Full of Wind One blustering day a teacher In a public school In assigning topics for an exercise In English composition auggested that tho children of the primary class might give their impres alone of the weather says Detroit Free Press At last she notlojd that I the compooltlon of one little girl was completed jn less than a minute lee aconlc but unconscious humor rather surprised tho teacher The little hadfUtenJ of windN j J MOTHERS GUARDIAN Im not aKoln1 to cry w therel I havent shed a trot Blnca I was jut a little boy It must bo most last year I aint afraid Im brave as brave Thorai nothing In the dark Ill BO alono right up the stairs Without a whimper Ilarkl I thought I hoard a funny notsel I cant son anything U boysIThere li n happy landoh dear- I guess Im Kdllili quite Ill lust run back for dear mamma For she might have a frlclit Baltimore American MAKING A LAWN SWING A Comfort and Delight for the Hot Summer Days Where thero aro no trees suitable for attaching a swing rope an aril tidal arrangement must be made use of It the children are to enjoy the de lights ot a swing Not only aro strong points for the attachment of tho rope necessary but shade for the swing Is also needed since Its uao will bo In the hot weather of tho summer In absence of suitable trees then we can erect some such framework as that shown in Fig 1 tho four posts of which are firmly pat In the ground Framework of Swing explains Farm and Home These posts should be 4x4 inches with cross pieces and braces 3x4 The height may bo 10 feet or even 12 above ground The width and length can of course bo what anyone may choose In any case both length and width should bo well proportioned to tho height to make tbo whole look wellTo mako a roof covering for this frame bend throe thin strips of ash iYrrr i a The Swing Completed or other pliant wood and secure them In tho places shown by the dotted lines running n crosspiece of tho same along the ridge as suggested to hold tho whole firmly In place It remains now only to cover the top with an awning as shown In Fig 2 to mako the whole complete Thus will bo provided not only a shady swing ing place but when the ropo Is thrown up out of tbo way there will bo a shady spot to which easy chairs may bo brought from the house for tho use of tho grownups while tho children will find It a comfortable place for play of other kinds when enough of swinging has been had A CANDLE TRICK A Glass of Water a Nail end a Candle Is All That la Needed Take a piece of caidlo and a nail and Insert the point of tho nail Into the candle as shown In our illustra tlon Tho nail must be heavy enough to make tho candle sink up to the rim Into the water without tho fluid touching tho wick After lighting tho candle says the Detroit Free Press tell your spectators that the wick of the candlo will burn up completely notwithstanding Its strange surround toga At the first glance this soims to be impossible but shortly everyone The turning Candle will be convinced that it can be done While the burning candlo shortens the wick and brings It nearer to the water the weight of the candlo dimin ishes In proportion to It and It rises In the water in such u way as to keep the wick always out of tho water In Your Own Home If a boy should spook to his fronds mother aa he does to his mother or If he should be as surly tad unkind to his friends sister as be Is to hU own sister we do not think he would be asked to visit that friends house more than once It is a shame for anybody to behave better away from home than be does at home Let the boys know that bad manners at homo will soon be knows to till the aelgb tori and friends THE DAYOF- ATONEMENT SandayschooiLessonlorAug1819075pedafy LESSON TEXTLev 1662 Memory vent 2- COLDEN TEXT Wherefore he Is able to save them to the uttermost that come unto Ood by hlmJleb 725 TIM1In tha Interval between the first day of first month of the new year April when the tabernacle was con pletrd and the twentieth day of the second month May when the Israelites left Sinai 1490 D C according to the common chronology ILACEIn the plain before SinaI Comment and Suggestive Thought In order to understand the symbols and types of this lesson It will be bet to have tho scholars see for them selves In the history bow untrained and Imperfect those people were bow often they sinned against their hear only father In spite of all be bad done for them They needed something to make them reallzo more deeply the awful evil and danger of sin the greatness of Its wrong against their Clod s6mo thing to remove tho separation and estrangement from Ood which sin always brings between the sinner and his heavenly father as wrongdoing separates a child from his earthly fa thr something to deliver them from the sin Itself and tho tendency to sin Our Need of Forglveneis Even person sins In thought and In deed Even the youngest are conscious of wrongdoing and as they grow better they will realize stilt more the con tract between themselves and the per feet law of God Tho bettor wo grow the higher our Ideal and tho farther away our sins seem to place us Tho day of the atonement was one of the five great festivals of the Jews 1 Tho Feast of Trumpetswelcom Ing tho new civil year on tho 1st or Tlsrl SeptemberOctober ono day only 2 Tho Passover 14th of Nlsan for Ablb April the beginning of the sacred year lasting seven days as did 3 and 4 3 Tho Feast of Pentecost In Slvan end of May the first fruits of the harvest 4 The Feast of Tabernacles In Tlarl beginning the 16th feast of in- gathering or thanksgiving G The Day of Atonement fast day 10th of Tlsrl lne day only All were Joyous festivals except the Day of Atonement For even In deliver anco from sin tho goodness of Ood Joyous delight In Ood n glorious fu turo has more to do than grief and mourning though these aro absolutely necessary Tho Day of Atonement teas held on tho 10th day of tho new year about October 1 varying with the new moon It was a day of tasting and prayer of the most solemn services of repentance and reformation and ol good resolutions It was kept as a most solemn sab bath and fast when all must abstain from work and afflict their souls on pain of being cut off from the people h 29 Acts 27 9 Its ceremonies signified the public humiliation of the people for all the sins of tho past year and tho remission of those sins by the atonement which tho high priest made within the vail whither he entered on this day onlySmlth Tbo Day of Atonement Is the time when uni versal reconciliation takes place Chll drn ask forgiveness of parents those who have wronged ono another Ira ploro pardon all differences on that occasion aro healed and everybody Is on good terms with ono another C S Robinson In tho observance of the day amid a varied ceremonial two young goats were chosen v 6 to represent tho atonement for sin and Its forgiveness by two object lessons bath of them essential The first object lesson was tho offer Ing of ono of the goats as a sacrifice for sin v 9 Tha offerer was him self purified by t special sacrifice vs 1114 For Ood to offer tree pardon for sin without the atonement would bo to de teat his own purpose of redeeming the world The blood of Jesus Christ Is the hlghe expression of his love The second object lesson was the scapegoat vs 8 10 2022 To be tbo scapegoat vs 10 26 Is trans lated in the R V for Azazel The sacrificed goat was for Jehovah This was for Azaxel his exact op posite the prlnco of darkness accord Ing to tho majority of modern schol ars In Miltons Paradise Lost Axazbl is represented as the standard bearer of tho internal hosts cast out from heaven and become the embodi wont of despair Century Dictionary The moaning Is very uncertain There can be little doubt that the ceremonial was Intended as a symbol ical declaration that tbo land and the people ale now purged from gum their sins being handed over to the evil spirit to whom they are held to belong Professor Driver in Hast ings DlbloDictionaryPractical TKo cross is the eternal emblem and expression of Cods forgiving love Gods love can transform oven the scars of sin Into songs of victory Out of the cross the work of wicked men blossoms tha heroic example of Christ and overlasling loving kindness of our father In heaven- Forgiveauas does not remove the penalty of sin It does bring back many blessings that sin has forfeited It does restore the outward exprea alone of Qodb favor We cannot coa- HIIyeot a pardon that goes oupunUJs ng the same as before TRUE SECRET OF YOUTH It Is Well Within the Power of Al to Remain Young Do you say every morning when you get up I am still young It will be worth while to do It says Charles Bat tell Loomis In Smiths Magazine Tho framework that holds a mans clothos In place Is not the real man The real man is that something which no one has over been able to see or to put his hand upon that something which lives forever Our framework does age theres no doubt of it Dut weour spirits aro Immortal and for us to age Is for us to commit an unpar donablo tally Does Immortality agoT The stars are to all Intents and purposes immor tal but have you noticed any perceptible diminution of their brilliance since well since we became the great est nation that the sun ever shone uponDont look at your face in a glass and ask yourself am I getting oldl Look at your spirit In the glass of your friends treatment of you and try to discover whether it Is getting old And It it Isdrop ten years It will not be so hard as It seems Think young thoughts Keep your mind wide open to the reception of now ideas Dont when you get to bo 40 say to yourself Im ono of tho hasbeens Only 40 years old Why you ought to bo a colt at 40 For all I know I have CO years before me And If n man has 60 years to come what is tho use of considering 40 odd that have gone To be sure there are skyrockets of 25 and 30 that rise brilliantly but they may bo spent sticks In a tow years Let your flame of life burn steadily and replenish it from time to youllbeat 40 or 30 or 20no you were old at 20 older than youll over be again If disease spares you youth lies In your own hands Whatls the secret Kindly thoughts good cheer and the feeling that you have not robbed another man in get ting what you need Of course If you have tatted to see that other people have rights and bare simply played the fascinating but wicked game of grab youll grow old so fast that people will forget that you were ever youngThey say a woman Is as old as she looks but a man Is as old as be feels Make It your pleasure to feel as young as you can and Induce your wife to do tho samefor I dont believe tho ungallant first clause of the aphorism and youll get so young that your son will call you my boy and youll call him old chap And a nation of young men is un conquerable Farm Work for Women For various reasons one of which is that farmers wives and daughters have all tho work they can do In the house at harvest time it is not likely that women will ever do much outsldo farm labor except In emergency says the Indianapolis Star At tbo same time it must be said that tbo old argu meats against It will not hold It la no heavier than work at tho wash tub or tho ironing board and is far more healthful than bending over the sew ing machine day in and day out Yet these occupations are regarded as strictly feminine and no protest is ever raised against them save by women themselves now and then The exertion is no greater than Is called for by gardening which is constantly being recommended to women by physicians as a means of building up their health nor does It call for greater physical exertion than golf or make them more weatherbeaten Though women are not likely to en gage In stfch work extensively It Is not worth while to lift the hands In horror at the thought of their do- Ing so- Keep Cool About Crop Shortages Nature baa tho habit of striking averages Dumper crops every year would mean overproduction which like overpopulation nature abhors and regulates In its own tlmo and way It would be false optimism not to recog nize tho fact that this Is one of the years clipsen to onset and average down such fat seasons as that of 1908 when the products of the soil glutted every market and choked ovary ave nun of transportation But there is another error to be avoided Heed should not bo given to the gambling Jeremiahs who preach famine desti tuUon and agricultural financial and Industrial distress The one truo con elusion to be drawn from the reports of farming conditions Is that crops will be sufficient though not abund ant and tho season one neither of the best nor worst Hls Economies What had wealth done for your Inquired the cynical person jell answered Mr Dustin Star it has given me certain advantages By considerable amount of good dividendpaying stock I have been enabled to save most of my salary as a director What Ho Meant That speech of yours was a classic said the admiring friend Your criticism replied Senator Sorghum is kindly Intended but dl tcouraging The formal expression of a public opinion la something like tho composition of music You mean it should fall soothing- on the ear INo you want to keep away from the classical and get something that will hit tits popular taste 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alls Over 60 initBclon 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS i jVy A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures r library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Dlblo Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free textbooks TRADE COURSES for any wOO have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young maa may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Evon a part ot this course us fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 And 4 year courses with Latin Gel 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 FirstjNORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years lwinter and spring terms give the rhformAtlon + culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree 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 I Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All tho mdbey re ceived from students is paid out tor their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people wbQ are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and womeu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation or the young people Our students come from tho best families And are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor aud nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train big 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 Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and ovurshoea wo necessary The Coopera tive Store furntohes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles 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 In the fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In tall and spring 60 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa guarantee 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 buildI- ngs hospital library Uc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term U400 in lower Model Schools GOO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate coursestiPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee end room rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2g50ln tine payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2103 including 100 deposit middle of term 945- WINTER12 weeks 2900lnone payment 2850 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 tor money advanced On board In full except that no allowance ts made for any fraction of a week On room all but fitly cents but no allowance for any fraction of a month On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount 0 advanced for term bids when he returns provided It is within tour terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In chool it pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY ot the tall term Is September 11 1907 J For Information oc friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE 4BEREA KENTUCKY 4 c i That Premium Knife c taker they eye of the tales and boys who see It The IaIa C 75 sea iJ I peopl like a thlflwbentbe11et11t and to get a 11th two blades of rasor steel anda dollar paper tbsts worth BOW to the mountain people than any other dollar pspM ta the world yT e Knife 4ri The Citizen for One DolUrl tt ptsuThatlMofia7 f i n 1THE HOME I Things Worth Kqowlng Hero are n tow hints that may help the housekeopors To clean sponges wash them in diluted tartaric acid rinsing thoroly Milk gravy may bo madly from sausage fat using milk instead of water The keys of the piano may be cleaned with a cloth dampened with alcoholUse part graham flour in making crust for miuce pies It is more easily digested When peeling onions begin nt the root end and peel upwnitl and the onions will searcwly affect the eyes nt nil Save tissue paper nnil use it to polish windvsnnd mirrors It will make them shine splendidly Tough fowls will be us tender as young chickens if steamed for sev oral hours Servo with white or parsley sauce If tho hands rue rubbed on a stick of celery after peeling onions the odor will bo entirely rumored Glass wakes the best receptacle for vinegar ns the acid then has nothing to work on Ten stains on china if rubbed with a little damp salt will quite disappearTo clothespins last longer soak thorn iu cold water a few hours before using Oilcloth should bo wiped clean with n danfp Moth und hen polished with beeswax and turpentine fIH SOHboLI Probloms of the District School lly 1rot Dlntinum Part 3PracUcI Teaching f Purely mental games such ns checkers chess innocent card games as Authors or history should bo indulged iu sparoly not because they are harmful but because they do not furnish physical oxeroiso If playedat till they should be reservtMl for bad weather Riddles conundrums mid outer guessing gnmes nre suitable nt any time when the school is gathered in quiet circle Gnmes of chance marbles for keeps null all that leads to gambling if they show any signs of appearing must be kiudly but firmly forbidden When play time is over tho onll to work should be short and sharp All should stop at the first tap of the bell lord no loitering permit ted Longer inlenitrnsions for the little ones havo been provided for in a previous chapter Part 4The School In ProgrelsI distrrot1therewho do not attend They are of school age their IlIlm U8 on tlur ecnsns roll their apportioumuiit Is pjiid by the state but they do not praeeut them solves their names are not on the teachers roll tutu nil the lulranlagas of the school might us wHll not exist so fur ns thy are concerned When one visits an average district fichoil and notes the bright faws of the pupjls their eagerness to learn cud tho progress they are evidently miiklug and p then considers tho large percentage who ought to be there but are not his heart goes out in pity for the absentees The question arises what is the tenchems duty in such a case and what should be his method of procedure There may be a few who urn properly exempt Some may hays flu ished the common school course and should not attend to take the teachers time with higher studies Such should be encouraged to go to a more advancedschool Some may be married Hail have homes duties that pre clude the possibility nf further schooling The reuniuder ought to be in attendance and each individual case should be thoroly investigated As a rule the causes for chronic absence may be classed under n few heads The first and coot prevailing is the iudi Terence of parents Noue are so blind to the need ofeducation us the ignorant People who are de void of learning cannot appreciate its advantages for either themselves or their children These should be awakenedaroused and interested by any andevery reasonable means It should be shown them that they are de priving their children of their most precious heritage and of that which rightfully belongs to them Appeals should aho be made to the children If they can be so aroused that they will clamor to come the parents are not likely to hold out against them Factional strife is another cause almost as prevalent as the first and more difficult to overcome Neighborhood quarrels arising from jealousy desire to rule fancied slights or what not are often waged bitterly for years and where they exist it needs but a slight excuse to keep the child rest out A will not send because iu his opinion mistako was made iu the selection of the teacher Isis daughter son or nephew would tiara been much better B keeps his children out because Cn are butter dressed and put ou airs D imagines the teacher is partial and has a pick nt hit little oucs alldwillllot give them a fair cluuico to learn and POOH It requires patiuuce tact rind love to adjust these fancied wrong for such they usually are but with js rs veranc time niu teacher may hope to succeed He must be extremely careful not appear to take either side nor to show favor to one more thou to another lie must not praise An chit hen in tho presence of IJ lie toast bevqiftdly friendly to all with midace toward none A third cause lies In the children themselves Surrounded by unlear tied people they have uo nay of knowing the value ofan education The- parents woihl like to have their children taught but do not know how to inspire hem Tho atmosphere iu cultured homes is a constant induce ment to the children to get knowledge but where ignorance abounds there is no such incentive and as the stream cannot rise above its rource tIeI children will not bare an ambition to rise unless seine outside be brought to bear upon them Hero is the teachers opportlillitIBut whatever th causes put it be born iu mind that tho bet remedy the greatest inducement is nil excellent school one wherein is a live teach er efficient eager to grasp every opportunity and iu love with his work where the pupils delight iu their tasks and are happy and contented Such a school has a positive ring about it that commands respect It bus an attraction Unit will draw like a magnet Yet the live teacher will not be content to work simply within the walls of his school room Before the term begins he will do all he can to advertise it to awaken interest to inspire his patrons confidence in his own efficiency He wIll imprejsa it upon the district that the school is not for a few but for all That provisions have been made at great pains and expense for the education of every child and the County the State and tho legacyleftinsult the giver It is the highest loyalty to do whatts expected of us If parents therefore would bo strictly loyal they must send their children safeguardttho census roll to see if any have not entered He will make a list of tho i absent ones and inquire about them He will ask tho children to urge them to come He will visit the families talk with the parent make friends of the children and cause them to feel easy in his presence He will carry brightness into cheerless homes and by thus showing a real in terest in their welfare will win both the parents and the children Lastly he will have public exercises atnot too great intervals The parents need instruction aa well as the children and they are not too old to l1olghborhood r lest the privilege ahould bo neglected these special occasions are made t Suggestions as to plan and method are found in another chapter j C t Continued Nest Week i r t r s FIENDISH MURDER = New York Monster Kills and Mutilate Little Girl New York Aug 2Tho rave yard as tho torelgn populated neigh borhood on First avenue between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Is known locally gave up yesterday a fresh crime rivaling In atrocity tho mysterious butcheries of last week Tho latest discovered victim was an elght year old girl and like tho two young women murdered sho had been shockingly mistreated beforo death and the body mutilated when life was extinct- The three murders are strikingly similar Last Thursday night n WOOl an was strangled In a boarding house tho next morning tho body of a IItm unidentified woman who had been choked to death was found In an areaway Katie Prltschlcr daughter of a restaurant walter disappeared a week ago and was killed that night A ribbon placed about tho throat and drawn so tightly that It cut tho flesh showed how Bho died TO THE NORTH AGAIN Robert E Peary About to Start on Another Polar Trip Portland Me Aug 2 Commander Robert B Peary who Is staying with his family at Bnglo Island stated that ho will start for New York and then for Uw north just as soon as the holism arc installed In time Roosevelt He oould not state definitely when that will bA but hopes to start within a week He expects to be In winter quarters by Sept S There will be no change either in his general course or In tho size of his party which this tlmo will not be divided at all but will be kopt In a compact body Com roandar PMry said that ho had no quired no newfangled Idea and that ho knows jut what he needs and will tako that and nothing more None of his fatally Is going with him ORIGIN A MYSTERY Cause of New York Tenement Explo clan Not Known New York July 10 Efghtoon pot Sons aro deed and at least fifteen are seriously Injured as tho result of the ure In the tenement house of Cbrlatlo street All of the oocunante of the house were Italians There la no due to tbe origin of tho blaze It was at first reported that the fire was probably tho result of a bomb exploded ID a grocery store In the basement of the building but till pollee after a careful investigation said that there was no evidence to sustain this theory or to show that the fire was of Incendiary origin Reunion of Fairbanks Family Dcdham Mass July 31 Moro than 600 descendants of Jonathan Fairbanks who enure from Sowerby York shire England In 1C3G and settled In this town are hero to celebrate the sixth annual reunion of tho Fairbanks family in America The reunion was held In the old Fairbanks homestead which waa built by tho founder of the American branch of the family soon after his arrival here and ia believed to be the oldest dwelling In New England Speeches wero mado by VicePresident Fairbanks Rev WII liam E Barton of Chicago Josiah Quincy of Boston and others Made His Word Good Albuquerque N HI July 31JolMaloy of Silver City shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Charles Smith as Smith was attempting to arrest him Maloy had announced that any officer attempting to take him would get all six bullets of his revolver earl ISmith entered the door of Maloy house the latter fired six shots all of which took effect After Malov had been captured he bad to be guard ed all night to prevent a lynching Smith was a popular citizen Offers Reward for Ralsull Tangier Aug 1ThQ government troops under command of Bald Bench have renewed operations against lawless tribes Thoy surprised Ita village of Alkala inhabited by supporters at daybreak and sot It on fire A brelf fight ensued In which many were killed and a large number of prisoners fell Into Bouchtas hands The commander of the troops offered a big reward to any one capturing nalsull dead or alive Coroners Verdict Northvllle Allch Aug 3Tho coroners Jury In the Pere Marquette wreck Inquest returned a verdict last night blaming tho freight crow which collided with tho excursion train tho two operators at Plymouth who copied and delivered the order to the htarquettejrules End pf Duluth Strike Duluth Minn Aug 1After dis cussing for more than two hours the propositions contained In the final letter of the officials of the Duluth Mesaba Northern railway to the striking ore dock men tho latter voted to return to work Chinks In a Scrap Boston Aug 3Three Chinamen were shot and killed and two Injured during a fight in Chinatown last night Tho police are of the opinion that the shooting was started by two Now York Chinamen representatives of a society nfrlendly to a local organization The harness races of tho grand cir cuit go to Buffalo this week and some stirring contests are anticipated j Y t 1 n I NEWS OF KENTUCKY Ttrefey Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kcntuoklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Ashland Ky Aug 2From the of sects of drinking beer from a keg Into which a copperhead snako had crawled and died tour men are dead and two pro dying at n woodland camp In tho mountains near Welch McDowell county Sam Brlggs Walter Johnson Ralph Dunbar Sam Willis Carey Turner Hcd Topham Will Simpson and Joe Strung pitched camp at tho cd gO- of a stream for a twoweeks outing They had taken a small keg of boor with thorn The log had been opened and loft half submerged In the cold water with tho bunghole unstopped Some time during the afternoon tho copperhead crawled into tho kog Stranft madd n wild night rldo on tho tram car down tho mountain to the nearest village whoro medical aid was secured but by tho tlmo the camp was reached IJrlgga Tophara Turner and Simpson were dead Johnson and Willis aro dying NIGHT RIDERS AGAIN Men Dound and Beaten and Tobacco Plants Destroyed HapklnsvUlQ r3 July 30Todd county Is time latest scene of night riders outrages At Quthrlo John Itockert an antlMMoctaUon man who had denounced the alghtrldero was set upon by disguised men as he was going homo blindfolded gagged and bound and uamerelfully beaten Blood potion may result from his wounds Near Trenton twentyfive masked men destroyed Otis Wilsons tobacco plants kicked and cuffed tho negroes who witnessed tho destruction and chased two negro women through a pond and fired platote into the dwel lings as thoy rodo away from tho neighborhood Train Derailed Jonesboro Ill Aug tTho engine and two owihosof a tact sifuthbound Mobllo Ohio p 8ngor train were derailed between hors and Mill Creek yesterday Wiling Edward William o Jackson Tenn anti probably fatally Injuring Engineer A A Wilde of Jack son Tho cnglno turned ovor and Engineer Wlldo was scaldod Several passengers woro badly bruised but none seriously Injured Tho wreck caitght fire and one oar was burned before the fire could be extinguished Arrested In Kentucky Lexington Ky Aug IEdward Turner of IJroathltt county wanted in Chattanooga Tenn for tho murder of his wlfo Lillian on Lookout noun tamp last April was arrested in Us tell county at the home of his broth erinlaw Georgo Combs Ho was taken to nonltyvllle Lee county and placed in jail Tumor confessed that ho killed his wife Killed In a Public Road Hopklnsvlllo Ky Aug 2A duet on a public road occurred today bo tween Ephralm Alsbrook armed with u scythe and James Dunning who had a shotgun It terminated In the death of Alsbrook who was shot twlco Dunning surrendered Pottofflce Robbery Carrolton Ky Aug 1 Burglars forced an entrance Into the pottoinco and dynamited tho safe but failed to open It They gathered up a quantity of stamps and somo money amount not stated which was in a drawer and made their escape Trial Postponed Georgetown Ky Aug 2Tho case of Caleb Toners accused of complici ty In tho Goobcl murdt has bon Indefinitely noatnoned Ilonrrrctlon Tribute paid to San Francisco aptrltj As fouls rise from a battered form of In fairer guise upon some higher plane Does San Franclicoi plrlt rio today In newer strength to rule the wit acrJn This blackened cone men shed their tears upon Js but a tattered garment teat aside for fairer robes to celebrate the dawn I Of new ascendency to might and pridei An empty sepulcher la raping wherejThe fair young body of our Slain sundered and distorted by despair The hero martyr of an awful fray Three days and nights a en as the Sa viours form Reposed amid the grief of then to above the rain of CalV1ryI She rose to find a greater And men who came to mourn for whets had been Found nothing but were summoned ay a voice That rang as front a mystic realm unseen And bade them grieve no longer but rat jolcoIHalf dozed and full of wonder they Ie l held A radiant vision crowned with pesos that said Let all this chaos fear and woe lie quelled- I am your city risen from the dead Louis J BUllmann In Leslies Weekly Shanghai Junei2In accordance with the terms of an Imperial edict just Issued the opium dens in the na tire portion of this city have been closed but IB spite of the edict opium to still sold everywhere j f e 1 FINANCIAL REVIEW1r Some cf the Things Engaging the At tention of Wall Street Now York Aug GLast week saw evidences of continued perplexity over tho financial and industrial outlook reflected In tho action of time securi ties market Tho Immediate develop ments served to weigh on sentiment and Induce a heavy undertone to the speculation although thero was a mix ture of favorable factors which acted as a restraint on positive weakness Tho most notable of tho latter class of Incidents was tho showing of tho United States steel corporation for tho quarter ending July 30 of record not earnings of over 15000000 exceed ing the most sangulno of the prelim inary estimates Tho falling oil In tho unfilled orders on hand from tho preceding quarter was restricted to a little ovor 400000 tons and left that Item well in excess of tIll figures at tho corresponding norloil Inst year As tho period covered was that subsequent to tho break in JInrch In tho securities market which was the herald of the reaction to como there port on its face might be re ardtd as highly prntlfjlit as an exhibit of the moderate reaction to whloh gutter sUbolleclttdmeats ami extensions In which the corporation Is moaned Insured its Immunity also from tho embarrass menu from scanty available capital and generous interest charges which have been sash a grave feature In the situation of railroad corporations for some time past All of this was practically overborne however by the frank acknowledgement on be wit of the corporation that tho new orders received during July had fallen t5 to 30 per coat below those of July last year This tact was accepted as aonclinlvo evidence of the sharp vat baek to which the Iron and steel trado hall boon subjected AS a belated offwt on tho curtailment la enterprise which had been foreeeoo an stun aa the dlUtoullioa of the railroads In se miring oapi Oil for carrying owl projects of betterment had developed Time financial community attaches i first Importance to tho Iron fled stool trade as a barometer of general trade conditions The oondltlan of the copper market which cone probably next la importance ralnforoe the ex ample of tho Iron anti steel trade Copper prices abroad have enaUQued to decline and the expeetei waiting demand hits not yet oome In sufficient volamo to fix stable conditions In market thatI With this situation In metal the Influence It lessened or lost by tho continuing reports of activity In other lines of trade and tho evidence In the still expanded bank clearings of the country of undiminished achy Ity In mercantile lines This evidence of sustained mercnntllo activity and the largo requirements on banking resources thus applied help to compll tale the outlook In tho monoy market from which relief Is considered es sential to Insure any effective revival of Investment demand of capital Con traction of business activity lowering of prices accumulation of capital and awakened flow into Investment Is tho sequence of events considered necessary for tho working out of the sit nation FJve Generals Accept lansns City Aug SFlvo generals havo accepted Invitations to attend tho eighth annual reunion of tho Na tional Society of tho Army of tho Philippines that Is to meet hero Aug 13 14 16 and 1C Thoy aro Gen Ar thur MacArthur Milwaukee Gen Irv ing W Yale Denver Gon Jacob Smith Ann Arbor Gen Chas King Milwaukee and W S Metoalf Law renco Kan Veterans from all sec lions are expected to attend tho reunion The Japs Pre Onlookers Cleveland 0 rUpon the return of Battery A front Its annual target practice at Camp Ellis Capt J A Ulaslun asserted that tho work of his men and guns was closely observed by two Japanese who were routed by tho officers Tho Japanese watched tho work of the guns from a distance partly hidden by trees Hat tery A Is equipped with tho latest field pieces Woman Gave Husband Away Kansas City Aug C Charles Jones negro janitor of a bank at Sulphur h T was arrested hero on tho charge of stealing JGOOO from the bank When Jones was arrested he had 250 and 2250 was recovered from his wife Upon being promised her liberty the woman told the officers that 3500 was burled ather old homo at Sul phur Tho money was recovered Funds to Complete Line Lexington Ky Aug GTho Con tral Kentucky Traction company has Issued 300000 of bonds to obtain funds for tho completion of Its inter urban line from this city to Winches ter and Nicholasvlllo To secure tho bond Issue a mortgage has been executed to tho Security Trust company of this city Powers to Be Candidate Georgetown Ky Aug 6 Speaking of his future Caleb Powers In his cell said he expected to run for con grew from tho Eleventh district when he Is freed Powers says ho feels confident that he will soon be tree and thinks lie Is now only being held for political effect f I T a THE INSIDE FACTS Government Report Deals With the Means and Methods of the Standard Oil Company 4 SOME UNJUSTIFIABLE METHODS Exclusive Profits Have Seen Secured by Persistent Exaction of Exorbitant Prices from the Consumer Says Smiths Report to President Washington Aug 5 Significant revelations are mado public today In a report submitted to President loose volt by Herbert Knox Smith commis stoner of corporations concerning tho operations of tho Standard Oil com panyIn n previous report tho means and methods of tho Standard woro ox plained Time present report sots forth tho results of those methods and the effect they have had on tho consumer of oil and qn tho profits of the Stand art Oil company It deals with profits and prices showing just how the ma nipulation of the oil Industry by the Standard has affected tho pooltetboolu of tho American people CommlaaioHer Smith says The Standard OU company Is responsible for tho aouroe of prices of petroleum and Ita product during the last twenty ive years The Standard has con flbtently used Ita power to ties the prloe of oil during the lest ton years not only absolutely but also relative ly to the cost of crude oil Tho Standard hna claimed that It Mil rednerd the pile of oil that It has been a benefit to the ooMutaer and that only a great oombtoauoi like the Standard could have furntob 1 oil at the prices that have prevailed Kneli one of these claim says Cammlaakmer Smith is dteuro ed by this report Tho increase In annual profits of the Standard from 1tM to 1W1 waa over 270MOtO Tho re port says The total dividends paId by the Standard treat IMS to lxM were USIWJsXH averaging thus 341S per sent per year The ulvMort however were teach leas Ulan the total earnings It nbctaaUally cat talc that the entire net earnings qf the Standard front IRIS until 1M4 were at taut 750000000 ami poesd bly much more These enormottll profits have benfbaa on an Invest meet worth at the tlnw of its tiriffinal aataWtloa not more than oIn his letter to President llpoaevolt transmitting the report Commissioner Smith says The following taste are proven Tho Standard has not reduced margins during the period In which It bAa boon responsible for tko prices of o4I During the last eight years covered by this report 189S to 1006 It has raised both prices and margins lts domination has not boon acquired or maintained by Its super per efficiency but rather by unfair competition and by methods economically and morally unjustifiable Tho Standard has superior efficiency In running Its own business It has an equal efficiency In destroying tho bust nose of competitors It keeps for It soft tho profits of tho first and adds to these tho monopoly profits secured by tho second Its profits are far above tho highest possible slumlord of a reasonable commercial return and havo been steadily Increasing Finally tho history of this greet In dustry Is a history of the pontotont use of tho worst Industrial methods tho exaction of exorbitant prices from tho consumer and Uio securing of excessive profits for tho small prove of men who ever n hMc series nr years have thus tloralrwted the bast ness Did Not Oelleve In Doctors New York Aug S Clarenco W Byrne who was recently tried and convicted on chnrgra growing out of his failure to employ modlcnl nwlst anoe foe his glxyoarold daughter who died of pneumonia was sentenced to thirty days Imprisonment by tho court of general sessions Tho defendants excuse for not calling a medical iirao Utlonor during his daughters Illness was want of faith In medical doctor and reliance upon tho efficiency of the religious faith to which ho belongs THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 8Cc No 2 rod 86c CornNo2 C4c Oats No 2 mixed 4Gc Hay Clover 1500 01700 timothy 18002000 millet 1200 1400 Cattlo465 11i- lIogsG25f1640 Sheep 3000550 Lambs 4000700 At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 88Mc Corn No 2 57c Oats Nrf 2 47c CattlO 5250600 Hogs 5100010 Sheop 2000500 Lambs 47507C5 At Chicago Wheat No 2 red 92c Corn No2 G4e Oats No 2 43Vic Cat tieSteers 4600750 stockers and feeders 2500500 Hogs 6500 GOO Sheep 3250625 Lambs 650750 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500685 Hoge660e700 Sheep 3500550 Lambs040 0800 At East Buffalo CattleU05G90 Hogs 6630 090 Sheep 3600675 Lambs760 0800 Toledolse cash Olc J 1 r- r I q I I NO NOISE WAS HEARD CY TENANTS OF PLACE WHERE DEAD GIRL WAS FOUND THINK BODY WAS CARRIED THERE tlurder Was Done By Handn of i Giant After Woman Had Re moved Her Shoes Now York Aug 1Ilko tho murder of Gusslo Pfelffor undor tho Haunted Oak In tho Bronx thu strangling mYIJ Cory which logon with tho discover of the body of a young woman undo tho stus of an areaway at 201 EasI 90th street completely baffled the police They had undo IKUe headway toward uncovering her Identity aa theN was llttlo to work on and nobodj in tho neighborhood has yet been Sound who will admit knowing asp thins about the woman All thuy know about tho man who did tho murder they havo learned from Coroners Physician Lchane who pot formed tho autopsy Dr Loluvne says the murderer must havo boon of un usual strength with groat lower In fets hands and probably about six feet tall Tim murder resembles tho act of a degenerate Perhaps moro than ono man was concerned In lU Several persons went to the morgue And looked at the victim of tho strong 1cr but nono know tho woman The ilrsl of tho visitors was Llzzlo Cloako of 901 Flat arcmuo who appeared In A Btato of considerable excitement She oald she feared that tho body was that of her niece Annlo Abbott who disap roared from her homo about a month ngo Tho girl she said was about 20 years old I n Miss Cloako had road tho nowspapor accounts of tho crime and noticed that ia lU CMcntial points tho description of tho vclim tallluj BO closely with that of her nioco M to CAIRO her drop anxiety She said tho victim was not Jior niece A point developed at tho autopsy performed by Coroners Physlclaln Io liaro may prove to have a most Important bearing on Urn case ThH Is that It was oomrluslvcly hown that the woman had beort 18 or 20 hours with out food before she was kllloJ Tho circumstances suggest that she was imprisoned onwwtioro boforo lieu cud was mado of hor and If so tho place of her lmprli onmont was probably sear the scene of tho murder The police think thoy may bu aWo to dls cover a house whore the woman was imprisoned and that will give the case Q consklorabto jog toward detection of the munieror or murderers Tho fact Unit tho womans shod were found aide by side on tho area way steps suggMilod to tho polled that the woman removed thorn and want willingly into the areaway 10 that she might not ronkc any noise On the ether band tho shoes might have been put there as a blind to throw the police off bo scent The victims hat was missing It tho woman was killed where she was found It seems Improbabie that she was not able to make some outcry or struggle that would have been hoard by the tenants In tho house Hut Mrs Wolf who lives In the basement Is troubled with Insomnia and did not fall asleep until attar midnight not long before tho discovery was made and she heard nothing The janitor who lives on the ground floor said he had heard nothing and such was the testimony of all tho other tenants Oven the janitors aharp arcd little dog made no demonstration to show that anything outside aroused bU sus clone No trace has been found of the mur serer of Sophie Kehrer the Buffalo wo man who was strangled i CLASPED IN HER HAND Was the Pistol That Killed the Young Bride on Her Honeymoon dWelt Point Ga Aug1Mrs J A Durney a bride of a few weeks was found dying In bed at her home here The pistol which Inflicted the wound was still clasped in her hand and the muzzle pressed against the abdomen Her clothing had been set on Ore by the discharge of the weapon Shs died without speaking No note was found I And the husband Is confident she shot V herself by accident Mrs Burney was before her marriage Miss Helon Durst of Philadelphia She was A beautiful woman and teemed devoted to her hus band Burney Is wealthy Ills father Is a prominent member of the Alabama legislature Funds of Bank Misplaced Philadelphia Aug 1lorrll L Ilartman former cashier of the Farmer National bank of Doycrtown which was closed by the controller of tho currency on July 20 was arrested charged with misplacing the funds ot the Institution making false entries In the books of the bank and falsifying bill reports to the controller The ac cused was held in 10000 ball HoldUp Train With Pitchfork Owaaw Mich Aug 1John De brow an escaped patient of tho Pon tiac asylum hold up a train with s pitchfork The engineer stopped tt avoid running him down Debra thought ho owned the railroad and had A right to stop the train Part of a Body Found Now York Aug 1The mutilated body of a young women conslsUng ol the torso from the waist down and the legs whfeh were severed below the i knee floated ashore near an auras 1 anentpark OQ Slain feland t I INFLAMED Br PETRI lLAjS CRY TO KILL WITHOUT STINT IN THEIR GREAT STRUGGLE Miners Prepare For Outbreak TIs Said Gave Governor 24 Hours In Which To Grant tho Men Justice Duluth Minn Aug 2ono working day bos passed since oporaUons on tho range following tho settlement of the oro dock strike woro begun by tho United States stool corporation and the Independent mines and no serious disorder has been reported Tho In dustrial sky over tho tango In not cloudless bowcvor for tho tHillcn do meaner of the followers of tho West ern Federation of Minors indicates an attitude of desperation which was somewhat intonslfled by a vltrellc ad dross delivered by PcLriolla tho strike leader In which ho advocated tho uso of guns to Maintain what he said was their right to soil their labor where they could to the beat advantage In this address Petrlrtla gave tho governor 21 hours In which to grant tho men JusUco 110 ordered the men to bo ready at the end of that time to strike tho head oft any man who tries to crush you U not as American citizens do It aa human beings Patriellas speech was repeated In four different languages and It had a most noticeable effect on tho men lie said he did not care bow many they UHod tor tho cause and urged thorn to fight to tho last Ho advised the nun to keep within their halls and guard them with tines The Western Federation of Miners he said was behind thorn Whether at tho end of 21 hours anything will come of this la awaited with anxiety and tho officials are pro pared All of tho special guards who have been In Duluth the last few days were rushed to tho range It Is said that 250 men were In the party They will augument Sheriff Untos force of deputies In case thoro Is trouble Tho United States steel corporation officials are carrying out tho wishes of coy Johnson In the manner In which they art resuming operations Thoy are opening tho mines ono at a Umo and gradually resuming work with on many men as they can set to go to work All tho old men will be given an opportunity return to work with out discrimination and with tho guaranty of being protected by the forces at tho nhcrlfTs command T D ODroIn former state Insur ante commissioner and Harvey Grim met GOT Johnsons executive clerk are at Hlbblng They woro sent by Guy Johnson as his porwmal ropre tentaUvos to watch developments oa tho range DAUGHTER MOTHER SAY SINK Into the Muddy Calumet With Her Girl Companion Chicago Aug 2 TO girls were drowned In the Calumet river at 123d street while bathing from a amall row boat within 100 feet of the doorstop of the famous roadhouse where the mother of ore girl was seated watch Ins thorn Tho girls wero Edith Schwartz 13 years old and Elsie Hull 17 years old flame Warden Bushman was In tho Louse at the time and when he heard Mrs Schwartz screaming ho rushed to the river bank lie was just In time to see the girls sink Tho man made a heroic effort to save them but when ho dived Into the muddy stream ho was unable to make an effective search beneath tho water because of the thick weeds near the shoreThey were but a short distance away from tho bank when one of them slipped from her seat and capsized the boat Doth girls were thrown into tho water suddenly and being unable to swim they adlsapcareo Immediately Neither of them rote to the surface It is believed they became entangled In tho weeds In their struggle to reach tho surface and were thus held down until dead Japanese Spies Sketching Forts New York Aug 3Four American school teachers who have arrived hero from the Philippine via Asia and Europe brought tales of tho activity of the Japanese Tho American teachers were W C Moyer C A McKee II D Fisher and E M Ellison Whorovor they stopped in India or other posses alone ther declared they found Japa nose busily engaged in making sketch 03 of formications and harbors FlamDestroy Plant Edgewater N J Aug 2More than 60 rumples were driven from their homos by a fire that destroyed tho main refining building of tho Valve line Oil Cos plant At midnight the building had been destroyed In volving a loss of about 200000 Resisted Arrest Chicago 111 Aug 2Oosto Giilsop pe who for some time has been em ployed as a waiter at tho Lakota hotel was shot and killed by Policeman R W Richardson when resisting ar rest Blacks Pursued By Posse Athens Gaf Aug 2A posse Is our suing two negroes who entered tho room of two young women students of the summer normal school at Candlcr hall arid attempted a criminal assault Tho girls screamed so loudly that tho men were frightened away Dead Upon Brothers Body Amerlcus Ga Aug 2Dram Good win a prominent Sumter county farm er fell dead In a cotton Held Ills brother Arnold was nummonod and at the sight of tide dead body hoteU spots and expired EARS GUT FROM HEADS OF CECRET ORGANIZATIONS VIC TIMS IN OKLAHOMA THREE BODIESFOUNDBY CITIZENS Anonymous Letter at the Coroner Quest Urges Police to Greater Efforts In tho Case Guthrlo Okla Aug 3Locnl at Well as territorial officials believe that somo secret organization similar U tho Black Hand Is at work In Okla hums and an Investigation along this linn Is being pushed vigorously The finding In the night near Oklahoma City of a murder man with his oars cleft from his body tho third such mutilated hotly found In Oklahoma within tho last two weeks has cre atOll this belief In tho office of At torneyGeneral Cromwell this opinion is expressed and Assistant Attorney General Joo Cllno is now working on this theory The first body BO mutilated was found in a creek near Hobart several weeks ago and has not been Identified Not only wore the ears cut oft but nslo the nose and a picco was carved from each cheek Tho second mutilated body found was lit a box car near ChJcltasha It was Identified as that of J H Craw ford a laborer of Tuttle L T Tho third was that of Walter Gun reth a barber near Oklahoma City in each Instance tho murdered man was an entire stranger In the commu silly Gunreth recently camo hero from Chicago and South Bend Ind Claws to the guilty parties have teen dlmcult to obtain and no arrests have been made excepting In the Craw ford cue five men being undor arrest as suspicious characters Crawfords body was found a few days ago In a box car on the Frisco railroad between this city and Chlckasha Doth ears had been cut oft and were laid along side the body Crowfords widow la thought to be In Des Moines la bay- Ing left homo the day before her husbands body was found Lon and I C Keith and 0 D Hathaway bare been arrested in connection with the mans disappearance It Is said that Craw ford was lost seen with them A human oar was found at a promi Dent street corner Later In the day two farmers came In and reported finding a body three miles west of town Doth ears were severed from It The pockets of tho victim wero turned In side out giving evidence pointing to robbery A card was found on the lady on which was written In case of accident please noUfy my mother Mrs Moses Nadau Seminole I T and my brother Charles Gun reth liar East 63d street Chicago- A negro giving the name of Haw thorno Lallery has been arrested He was seen near the place where the car was found apparently looking for something Being unable to answer questions satisfactorily ho was taken in on suspicion The belief that an organized gang h committing tho murders Is founded on the anonymous letter found on n table in the courtroom during tho coroners Inquest over the recent killing of James R Meadows and for which Ru dolph Tegeler And Mrs Meadows urn In Jail pending tho notion of thu grand jury SEALED CAR Held Dody of Murdered Man Who Had Been Shot In the Head Baltimore Md Aug 3The body of an unidentified white man apparently about 211 years old was found In a freight car at Canidcn staUon on the Baltimore Ohio railroad after hav lug been held at Mt Clair station overnight The car was toasted with mer chandise and had come from Chicago All Its doors were sealed though one of them appeared to havo been broken open and tho sealing wire aftreward joined together Death had resulted from a bullet wound In tho head The police believe tho man was murdered and his body afterward placed In the car The coroner expressed tho con viction that death had occurred about 12 hours before tho body was discov ered Auto Kills Three Jackson Mlch Aug 3Three women were killed and two persons were Injured when a suburban trolley car struck an automobile here Tho dead and Injured all belong in this city Tho dead Mrs Levi Palmer Miss Bernice Oliver Mrs Pulver The Injured Mr and Mrs Oliver Mr Oliver who was driving the auto ta probably fatally hurt From the fact that Uio brakes on tho touring caw irero not set It U believed Mr Oliver did not sco the car Phone Strike Off San Francisco Aug 3Tho tale phono operators who have been out on strike since May 2 will return to work under the same conditions pro vailing when they walked out The ctriko was declared ort t Three Negroes Drowned New York Aug 3Swells from passing ntcamcrs upset a catboat In Staten Island sound and Homer Reed Wr H Gray and a young woman all of Orange N J wero drowned A man and Woman were picked up by a tug All werocolored Flat Victim of Motor Cycle Racing Providence R I Aug SJames L Pickering who received a fractured skull during the motor cycle races at Hllla Grove Thursday died at the Rhode Island ptWPlckerilfv- ed hers RIVERIEVERYONE OF THE FORTY PAS SENGERS PERISHED Train Was Running at HIght Rate 01 Speen When Engine and One Car Went Through Bridge Paris Aug 5rFortyono lives avert snuffed out in one of tho worst railway horrors that harp occurred IB Franco In a long time The engine and one car filled with passengers went through a bridge near Angon end all on board wero drowned The story of UI accident Is fraught with terrible dotaUs Tho train wa laden with picnickers and others in search of Sunday pleasures and was running at a high rato of speed Al a bridge over the river Loire the en glno suddenly ran off tho track At this point the tracks aro flanked on either sldo with heavy stono walls but tho Impetus was so great that the engine crashed through the buttresses as though they were made of chalk The engine and tender a baggage car plungedheadlongriver 30 feet below Dy this Umo the speed of tho train was chocked and tho snapping of the coupling saved the rest of tho train which stopped on tho brink of tho em bankment When tho coach toppled over into the river thoro was a loud shriek of terror from tho passengers who found themselves penned in with no chanco for escape Tho river at this point Is Quito deep and tho coach dragged down by tho great bulk of tho engine and tender sank like lead So sharp was the Impact when It struck tho stir face of the water that tho root of the coach was lifted enUroly off by tho compression of tho inclosed air The coach then turned over and nettled ttosothatlocomotive and the conductor of the nifated car managed to escape by swimmingWrecking crows were hurried to tho scene and tho sunken coach wan hur riedly raised out of tho water In the hope that some of those on board might still ba alive All woro dead From Uio position of the bodies it was evident that there had been a terrible struggle to escape Some were huddled together at windows aa if they lead tried to break their way out as the car sank Tho clothing of somo was badly torn and somo appeared to havo been trampled under foot In tho few seconds that elapsed between the first plungo off the bridge and tho Umo tho car sank The engineer perished beneath tho locomotive SHOT DEAD Was Helena Ark Editor Presumably Because of a Quarrel Helena Ark Aug GJ M Scott city editor of tho lIelena World was found doad on tho sidewalk Two bul lets had entered his head A month ago an attempt was mado to kill Mr Scott Ho was attracted to tho tear of his office by a noise end on going to ascertain tho cause two shots were fired at him He be gan firing in return and his assailants fledIt is generally believed Uio killing was duo to a personal quarrel and that it had no connection with the crusade ot the World on tho police department some months ago which forced the resignation of tho chief of police who afterward attempted to commit suicide Canoe Upitts Brothers Drowned Pitsburg Pa Aug GShem and Wilbur Walker brothers who were prominent In society circles at Sowlck ley a fashionable suburb were drown ed In tho Ohio river at Glen Osborne dam The young men paddled their canoe into the current below the dam and were caught In the undortow which upset the boat and drew them under Train Klled Three Chicago HI Aug 5Ralph Durger aged 21 Horace Durger aged IS brothers and Herman Volkmen aged 21 were Instantly killed while walking on the tracks of the Burlington rail read at Napervllle 29 miles west of here In stepping aside to avoid a freight train they were struck by a passenger train- Educator Blows Off His Head New York Ang 6Prof F ArnoM TJ DaumanxSC years old a wellknown educator of New Draunfels Tex killed himself In his room in the Sweets hotel He placed the muzzle of a heavy pistol In his mouth as he sat In front of a mirror and blow off the top of his head Pope Suspends Pilgrimages Rome Aug 4Pope Plus has direct ed tho suspension of the first of the jubilee pilgrimages to Rome notably of the two which were about to start from Europe The dates when pil grimages will ibo received by the pope will In the future be decided by clr cumstances Calls It Suicide Now York Aug 6 Coroner Shrady decided that Arthur M Tyler who was found by his wife with Is throat cut and his head In a gas range oven in his apartment in West Ono Hun dred and Twelfth street had commit ted suicide Killed While Racing Bridgeport Ct Aug 6Dy the bursting of a Uro on an automobile as it was racing through South port Peter Henderer was killed end WUllam Mallory was badly bruised U STATE NEWS ITEMS i THIRSTY MINORS Who Enter Saloons at Lexington Are to Be Fined Lexington Ky Taking ono step further In the crusade agalpst tho sale of liquor tho general council passed an ordinance proscribing a fine of not loss than 10 nor more than 15 for any person under 21 years of age who enters a saloon or any other place where Intoxicating liquors are sold This action by tho council Is signifi cant as Lexington la one of the whir ky metropolises of tho world Tho ordinance Was dratted at the direction of Mayor Thomas A Combs who was tho first mayor InKentucky to enforce the Sunday dosing laws and revoke saloon licenses for tho liquor dealers keeping open on Sunday Mayor Combs also had passed soy eral weeks ago an ordinance fining any saloonkeeper 25 for permitting a woman to enter his place of business and also fining any woman who GO en tars TRAINS HELD UP And Searched By Posse Seeking Ne gro Assailant of Girl Lexington KyTrains passing through Hazel Patch on tho Louisville Nashville railroad are being stopped and searched by a posse of 150 armed men in an effort to find the negro who beat into Insensibility and attempted to assault criminally Miss Iflla Daugh erty tho 17yearold daughter of J seph Daugkerty a railroad contracto The negro worked at the tunnel near Hazel Patch and saw Miss Daugherty when she left the house to go to a spring Her screams brought a crowd of men to her rescue Half of the men in the posse are negroes who aro em ployed oa tunnel construction and ap parently aroflagoi to lynch one of their race for his crime- UNWRITTEN LAW Tennessee Murderer Declares He Acted Under Lexington KyAs calmly as if narrating a atory he had read In a book Edward Turner selfconfessed murderer of his beautiful wife Lillie But ham Turner a Drcathltt county school teacher related to Sheriff D C Bailey of Leo county tho details of his horri blo crime on Lookout Mountain Tenn May 2 when he cut her throat from ear to ear and loft her dying Declar ing that ho committed tho crime ac cording to tho unwritten law Turner Repressed no fear to return to Chatta nooga Tenn and stand trial Ministers Are Active Newport KyThe ministers of the city held a meeting at tho parsonage of Rev J W Crates pastor of the Taylor Street M E church to discuss tho poolroom situation Addresses wero made and all denounced the ac tlons of the officials In falling to servo tho order of abatement A now cam paign wilt bo inaugurated against the poolroomDoubled Their Money Henderson KyJohn J Lee and Thomas Basket wealthy farmers of this county purchased 5000 acres of land f E R Dossott and J Q Daven pert of howling Green Ky for 75 000 The land is situated In JViyetto and Tusoalcosa counties in Alabama and Is heavily timbered Dassott and Davenport bought tho land for 37500 Tired of Life London KyAfter having lived nearly 100 years Uncle Isaac Madden the oldest man In Jackson county COOl mltted suicide Relatives in this city received the tragic news from Maul den near which place the decedent had resided nearly all his life Tired of life the report says ho hung him self Immunity For Tayler Frankfort Ky Attorney Franklin of tho jroseouUon lathe Powers case announces that If former Gov Taylor will return to Kentucky and testify at the trial lie will grant him Immunity from arrest In cocneotlon with the Goebel murder Taylor It is said de sires to testify for the defense Killed a Kangaroo Glasgow Ky Edward Dobbs ond James Morris while hunUng on Per rys Branch saw something In the brush which they took to bo a bear but whoa killed it proved to be an Australian kangaroo The animal Is supposed to havo bade its escape from a circus Blind Tigers Mutt Go Lexington Ky Operators of blind tigers In Drcathltt county must go says County Judge S S TaUlbee who has started a crusade against the mOo gal sale of whisky County Attorney Haggln is assisting Judge Taulboo in his fight And Lost His LifeIllopklnsvllle Ky Renewing an old quarrel Alabrook attacked James Dunning with a mowing blade Dunning who was returning from hunting fired two loads of squirrel shot Into Afebrooks breast killing him in stantly Fell From a Barn Maysvllle Ky George Darkloy and Perry Boyd carpenters who were en gaged In putting up a barn ut Boggs near hero fell from tho top to tile ground striking on a pile ot boards alallT Injuring both n- om PARDON FOR POWERS Urged By Juror Who Condemned Him to the Gallows Paris KyI em willing to sign a petition asking the governor to pardon Caleb Powers says Perry Rico a former member of the last trial jury by which Caleb Powers was given the death sentence Rice returned from i Georgetown where he went in response to a summons to make an am davit In regard to Judge Robbins va eating tho bench Rico said ho had experienced no change of opinion as to the guUt of Powers but inasmuch as Judge Jamea Hargte who had stood charged with being an accessory before the fact to the murder of Cockreli Cox and Mar cum had boon permitted to go free he thought the same treatment should be meted out to Powers If justice was to have full sway Rice declared that Powers had suffered seven years of confinement in different jails for an alleged political crime while the most Judge Hargls received was a short jail sentence pending trial and final exon eratlon at the hands of the court Rico is an uncompromising democrat SHOOTING AFFRAY In a Church on Stinking Creek Wounds a Magistrate Barboursvtlle Ky Reports from Stinking Crook ten of a ehooUng Af fray at a church service whoa John Gambrel was shot and InstanUy killed and Magistrate Bingham a prominent official was badly wounded According to reports Gambrel drew a revolver In the midst of the service when the house was crowded with worshipers Dlngham approached to arrest him when ho was fired upon by Gambrel receiving a bad wound n tha thigh A panic ensued in which other Gambrels took up the difficulty Dave Gambrel a cousin of John Gambrel Shot the latter through tho head kill- Ing him instantly Love Sick Girls Drink Poison Louisville KyDccause Beanie OConnell and Annabdlo Weston girls of 14 years loved Clarence Gast of the same age and each had reached tho conclusion that lira would be un bearable without his undivided offoo Uon thoy entered into a suicide pact Hand in hand they walked into an al ley and without ceremony swallowed a poisonous mixture Firemen hoard moans and the children wero hurried to the office of a physician The OCon nell girl probably will die The other girl told tho story of tho agreement to die together Eleven Boys Go to Reform School Lexington KyEleven boys all under 17 years of age nine from Louis vlllo and two from this city were sen tenced to tho reform school by Judge Watts Parker as they have been con v1ted on tho charge of housobreaklog Tho Louisville boys had been sen tenced to the penitentiary hut owinp to their youth and tho pleadings of their parents the sentence WItS changed to the reform school To Prevent Feud Outbreak Lexington KyTo avoid further outbreak among tho feudists of Breath itt county tho botter class of clUzona ot that county have devised tho plan ot settling the loud by finding positions far away from Kentucky for belliger ent members of the faction Tom Cockrell has been secured a position as railroad brakeman at Grand Fork N D Other feudists wUl leave Jack son Calls Louisville Pastor Louisville KyThd fashionable St Pauls Episcopal church in Boston Mass has extended a call to Rev Dr Wm Howard Palkner pastor of St Pauls Episcopal church In this city Dr Falkner Is now with his family near Boston for the summer He came hero from St Peters church in DalU more r More Room Needed Lexington lCyJ C Holmes inspector of buildings for the govern ment has reported to tho postmaster general that more room Is needed hero in the post office Congressman Kim ball will Introduce a bill at tho next session of congress to secure an appropriation for enlarging It Death of Rev Creek Lexington KyA telegram was received hero announcing the death oX Rev I P Creek at St Joseph Mo Rev Creek was formerly pastor of tho Athens church and of tho Baptist church of Winchester Ho was a brotherinlaw of Mrs F Clay Elkin of this city Fell From a Ferryboat Maysville KyLosllo Leonard Me 1 Mahon aged 7 years while playing fell off the ferryboat and was drowned His body has not been recovered i Bonds Proposed For School BuildingSLexington KyAllL meeting of the board ot education it was decided to I pass a resolution providing for a bond Issue olc 75000 for the purpose of erecting new school buildings here Tho bond Issue will be voted on at the November election War on Cocaine t Louisville Ky Tho Mate board of pharmacy and the state board of health have combined forces to stop the sate of cocaine to habitual users The police claim that most of their trouble comeS from users of the drug 1 w oeoeueueoeoeoeoeoeoeueueueueueueueueueueueuuvevev o East Kentucky Correspondences i News You Get Nowhere Else o o o Ho comipondtnc psSUthed BBIMI HtnM rDlllly the writer the sameo0 li iot pabUcatioa bet 11 trtdtae ol food faith Write pltlnly o ooooooAotlooloioioooNOTE es The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II rThe time to start is in the fallWf Cope and Dean In regard to the contest between John F Dean and W A Cope can dldates for the Republican nominatio- for representative of the 71st district the Citizen begs to say again that it has nothing against either of the young men We do not stand for one any more than we do for the other We believe that they are both honest Intelligent worthy citizens and we want our readers to understand that we are not trying In any way to in- fluenCe people In their choice between them As In most other such contests there Is a good man on each side and we are not taking sides In the matter at all Let us keep cool and remember that the young men are friends and they would not have the supporters stir up any strife ove their contest We very much regret that one of our correspondents lately stated that Mr Cope had withdrawn from the Held statement was made 1Ve suppose the thru a mistake of the writers For have got the Ide those who may we wish 1I1rlDeansure that no matter one good man wilt represent the nomination a the 71st district In the next legislature JACKSON COUNTY KVKUGIlEKJf August 2Rev Isaac Clouse wil- lpreach at Lone Oak the third Saturda and ot this month Basket dinner everybodyInvitedTonleLak e has returned from N where he has been worklngJ Calahan Shot and killed a big wl Jones of South weekElsercat last Fork paid Miss JSthel Drew a visit orldayJ W Calahan Is making ties for Green Lake Kd M Jones and wife visited J W Jones and wife Sat urday nlghtJ W Jones Is going to take his fine boar Dan to fair the 2SthMr John F Dean spot Thursday Mr WH at Pino Grove Cope visited tho school at Pine Grove Friday evening Green Lake and J W Jones vlultcd Lafollette yens Saturday and also Llvingston Bro Richard MOberley is on Little Clover tonight IIUULKY August 2A Sunday school was organized at Indian Creek schoolhouse Sunday with Jacob Gabbard Jr as Superintendent Dave Gabbard assist ant and Sitha Angel secretaryRUey Gabbard of this place made a business trip to Parrot Saturday and attended church at Letter Box Sunday Pales tine Gabbard has a contract for carry Ing the mall eleven months from McKee to Middle Fork Ho began carrying it Thursday of last week Mr Isaac Stephens Is selling out to- go to Arkansas Ho and his family will leave about Oct 1st They will make their future home in that state Our school at this place Is progress- Ing nicely with Mr Jerome Hellard as teacherJacob Gabbard Laugh- Ing Jake has been on tho sick list for several days Mrs Sarah McCol mum of Hooton Creek bls visiting her Srcther George Fields of near Parrot Ho is very slckJ W Hurley has ordered a set of carpenters tools an Is going Into the carpentry business very soonbias Fannie Lake of Loam is staying with her sister MrsI Mary Gabbard and is going to to Mr Hellard Mrs Perry and Mrs Palestine Gabbard lcCo1JumI Sunday The postmaster of y SatIl1rdayvisited Mrs Louisa Gabbard Thurs day NNYHLF August 2We era having an ex cellent protracted meeting conducted by Revs James Brewer and John Carr of Oorbln assisted by the pastor An derson Cornelius Mr and Mrs Monroe Reynolds and children of near Corbin are vltltlng relatives an friends here Ihls weekI1onsJohn Dean and W A Cope were in town dayblrs o A D Johnson and chll dren of Lawrenceburg are visiting Robert Johnson of Moorea Creek for a few days Miss Sarah Johnson of Moores Creek attended church here last Sunday We had quite a num her of preachers here last Tuesday to visit the church Our school began hero July 22nd with Hr William ttY t uuuuuuuuuuuu gladIexperienced Mr William Dunagln of Tyner was in Annvllle last Satur dayMr Crockett Cunaglm who has been In tho western states for three years camo back on a visit the first of the weekMrs Frost of Maulden visited her sister Mrs Charley Amyx this weekoscar Rader Is at home for a few days stay with the ironic folksAll of our drummers keep busy most of the time Crockett Cunaglm bought a good saddle horse from Bob Johnsonna storekeeper located In Lawrenceburg Is expected to Join his wife today She Is visiting home folks near here Mr George Edwards of Wllmore came home to visit his mother this week Miss Emma Jones of Mildred at tended church here Tuesday Mr and Mrs R M Tate of Somerset were called to see Mrs Taros mother who has been very sick the first of this week PAhftOT August GThe farmers of this place are through with their oats and grass weatheriLetter Box with Mr Oscar Cornelius as teacherRev Baker from Tenn essee preached an interesting sermon at Letter Box Sunday evening Mlss cs Mary Burnam Florence McDowell Nora and Minnie Price attended church Copeaspoke at Letter Box schoolhouse slck11sMiss Lizzie have gone to Hamilton DDr Goodman of Welchburg was down to see Mrs Nelson tOOay1 Mrs McDowell is sick atItendedStephen Gabbard who got his foot doingIROCKCA5TLE COUNTY IEVKL QUEEN beinglcorn crop looks well though it was late planted Mr Bruner of Jessamin county passed through Saturday en route to Laurel county whore he will buy sheep and cattle The Sunday school at Poplar Grove is progressing visitnWalnuteGrove has returned to his homo In ArkansasArthur Mercer of Decatur has been visiting friends and relatives in this and Lincoln counties The little daughter of Henry Sutton of Quail is dangerously 11lAunt Cyn thia Hawley Is very sick Uncle John Hurst who has been an Invalid for a number of years Is reported worse again Elder A G Koker will preach the funeral of a Mr Stepp at Poplar Grove the second Sunday in August IwoNEyAugust 5Mr James Lambert went to Berea Saturday on business Mrs James Richmond of Rockford visited Mrs Mary Wren Sunday Revlva meetings at Falrvlew church close Wednesday with 42 additions to the church Mrs Daisy Lambert Miss Nora Coyle and Miss Leonie Smith visited Miss Agnes Bolen Sunday Mr Charles Culton of Ohio visited relatives here last weokMr W 31 Smith expects to move to Ohio soon A D Leavltt went yesterday to Flanlgen where he expecls to work as a railroad handA Sunday school has been organized at Fairview church with A S Nuckles as superin tendent Miss Hattlo Poynter visited Miss Joo Wren Sunday Prayer meet ling will bo held every Wednesday night at Falrvlew church Miss Leon JenmIllUItSunday Mr and Mrs NJI Rich visited Mrs Mattlo Coyle one day last week Quite a number of people attended Sunday school Sunday at Falcvlew David Grant moved nea Richmond where he is engaged as a railroad employe Eden Wren is no better Marian Poynter who was In jured while loading cars Is out again Mr Joe Smith of Berea visited his parents hero Saturday CLAY COUNTY 11UUNINO SVIIINGS August bLast Saturday Beverl Thompson and Chester Rice left for Hamilton Ohio We wish them much success as this is their first advent out into the worldHugh White has returned from a visit with friends in Leslie County He will enter Dere College at the opening of the fall term There Is slight Improvement In Mai very Raw lugs condition Her man friends are very anxious that It may continue Dora McDaniel spent Satur day and Sunday with her Mrs Sevada McDaniel Thcro motherI to be much typhoid fever usual Several deaths have resulted from tho much dreaded malady Mrs Hiram McQuary and family have returned to Boonevlllo after spending some tlmo with Mrs McQuarys fath er Emit Rawllngs John Rawlings accompanied by Gilbert returned to Wilton where ho has a position in a storeLast Thursday James Rico lhelbrideswish them many years of joy and pros perlty We regret exceedingly to lose one of our good neighbors Mr Shell has sold his property on Middle Sex ton and contemplates locating in In dlan Territory soon Our loss will be others galnMr Brock our late principal has secured a very good po sition as ticket agent for the L N n R at Mlddlesboro We wish him much success in his new field of labor Mlllard Brown and son Roy left for Berea where the latter will attend school from his grandfathers James McDaniel OWSLEY COUNTY TUAVELUJIIS IlEST August 5Crops look well IeopleI have their farming work ished Liza Jane and Dudley Wilson visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs J D Rowlett Saturday and Sun day and attended church at New Hope A memorial service Is to be held at the Rowlett Wilson and BIcknell graveyard the second Sunday In Aug ust Everybody is cordially invited to attend the service J O Rowlett rejturnedSon and in behalf of the CIUzen1 Miss Mary Darker a student of Berea College is teaching school at Elk Lick this year She reports n good school Mr Dudley Wilson took dinner with J G Rowlett Sunday He is a former student of Berea College Mrs Ida Rowlett went to Spottswood Ky last Wednesday Bill Whicker purchased a pair of young mules fo- rl501V C Tackett Is gone to BanI ford this week to work on tho lum ber yard of E R SpotUwood Munroe McGuIre cashier of the National Bank of Beattyville visited John McGuIre Saturday and Sunday Painting Under Difficulties A A Boussoff Is a Russian painter of Arctic scenes To produce his sketches he was compelled to make toilsome and hazardous Journeys during which he could only mo charcoal and pastel It was not possible save In the spring to use oil colors and oven then It was bard to mix thorn the paints being frozen Some of my sketches he says I painted in tho open air when It was bitterly cold I had to put on fur gloves to hold the brush and work with rapid and energetic strokes There were moments when my hands were frozen and refused service my brush split ting with tho cold Yet I continued having the ardent desire to flx on the canvas all thnfo fantastic phenomena of the far north so full of fascinating charm Voice of American Women Why is it always the women of America who are rebuked for their way of speaking when it Is really the men who deserve a scolding Amer- Ican womon have their peculiarities but their voices and their accents are at any rate careful and have a refine rent of their ownnot an English finish but a very perceptible one says a writer In the London Chronicle On tho other hand American men very seldom have what one must call so ns to be understood an educated voice The first thing that strikes tho now comer In the United States Is the un cultivated speech of gentlemen It is unlike anything in Europe unlesr some of the intonations la south Gill many may be likened to It And this makes the very great difference be tweon Boston and the other cities The Boston man has tho very sound of Oxford But lot us cease to complain of tho clear and clastic pronunciation of the womenIWhere Nutriment Is Lost If meat is put into cold water first for boiling there will be a constant oozing of albumen from it There will bo found more albumen In the scum that arises than In tho moat itself Mutton corhbeef or fish If first put Into scalding water wllj havo tho pores at onco plugged by the surface albumen and thus all that Is vitally precious will bo retained By putting salt In the water quick coagulation Is especially aided The nutritive quality of fish and Its flavor Is best obtained by roasting or baking Farming Frightened Tho limited train was rushing along at the rate of miles an hour when a fiveyearold youngster who was sitting at the window was startled by the rush and roar of a passing train and loll back In his fright Recovering quickly he looked up In his fathers taco and gasped Papa did we swallow IU Horse Baths In Mexico In Guadalajara Mexico there are public horse baths where the animals thoroughly enjoy swimming after the days heat and dust After the bath the horses are given a thorough scrub bung and rubdown In the shallow shady part of the pool ALASKAS GREAT FISH RIVER Nuthagak the Basis of Important Can nlng Industry How many readers over heard of tho Nushagak river asks tho Youths Com ponton Not many It is safe to say Yet the department of commerce and labor pronounces this river of western Alaska one of tho Important fishing streams of the world The fish which the Nushagak furnishes is salmon the taking canning freezing and salting of which Is an Alaskan Industry tho Importance of which Is shown by a re cent report Issued by the department of commerce and labor The first two canneries were built in 1878 Since then the number has Increased until In 1902 there were 64 establishments which put up more than 2600000 cases Low prices since then have somewhat reduced both the number of canneries and the output nevertheless slnco canning began In Alaska nearly 22000000 cases have been sent out In order to provide some count terpolse to this tremendous drain the packers combined to start hatcheries These have been carried on with im portant results and increasing success In 1905 the United btates bureau of fisheries took up the work In addition to what had been done by tho packers There are now nine hatcheries from which about 4SOOOOOOO fry have boon liberated Surprise for the Fish Seven thousand five hundred gallons of adulterated wine wore by order RiTerIwere underiIldee and nellarloo or rather sclentlsm for of withIlovoits pretentlons In so far as it was op posed to religion It is bankrupt as Brunetlcro says and as Balfour says The foundations of belief are still su- scureRev Dr D J Stafford Roman Catholic Washington How to Glorify Gad The only effective way of glorifying God Is by living worthy of our calling and having power In our lives It not by what we profess but by what we do not so much by singing his praises as by living his life We glo rUT him by the name of Christian but much more by tho character of a Chris tiaraRev Bernard Powell Smith Christian Church Atlanta Work For Each Church Member Each member should find his comple mont somewhere and no man or wom an in the church should be doing notb ing We ought not to wait until our part turns up as so many seem fdo We should seek for our place and part for such search will be evidence of our sincerity and our finding It will be proof of our success Rev George Lloyd Episcopalian St Louis IlullillnaT tp of Character Character Is built up by au accumu lation of small things faithfully done Men go to ruin by neglecting small virtues and then greater ones antI finally are irretrievably lost Tho things that make us happy in this life and are necessary to it arc very common things after all Benedict Arnold on iris deathbed said to his physician be had just one want 110 wanted one friend Rev C J Tannar Christian Church of Boclnllam The rule of Socialism would be a rule of tyranny the tyranny of tho average of the commonplace Everything new and fresh would be silenced Nature ia against this sort of thing Evolu lion Is only another name for growth aW1 from sameness toward ever Increasing complexity I believe that by- and by there is to be a grander typo of what you may call socialism It you please better than the world haJ ever seen but It will bo entirely free from that of tile past from that which some are trying to establish now It will be the free cooperation of perfected Individuality nil working together Im pelled by the love of tho common good freeIappreciate them and guard them and make the best of themItcv Dr Minot J Savage Unitarian New York Vnlno of Cooperation Every Industrious huuun life that Is successful always cooperates with other lives Every Ideal human organ ization on a large scale must bo a perfect human ant hive Everywhere hu man talent should bo specialized What especial niche are you going to fill In the great human beehive When I go and closely examine the wonderful mo sale floors and tends and ceilings of tho Alhambra of the old SpAnish Moors I do not find those Individual stones very valuable In themselves Many of them arc only common pebbles that we might spurn with our feet In tho street gutter But when these common peb bles as individuals are cut and pol Isbed and placed side by side in con trast with other stones they form tho beautiful mosaics of the Alhambra which aro one of the marvels of this century You as an Individual may not amount to much but It cut and pol ished and fitted Into tho right niche tar which you were Intended by God you can become part of the perfect walls of the Temple Beautiful Like the ant will you be a worker living under au thority Will you be n cooperative worker Wilt you servo the commu nity In which you live by doing the work for which you are especially fitted by brain and body as faithfully and willingly and wisely as the single ant performs her allotted task In a rreat busy home hlveRev Dr Frank De Witt Talmage Presbyterian Lot Angeles CaL EASTERN KENTUCKY DIRECTORYI- fyou have any interests In the Mountains these are the people you will find fair and friendly LETCHER COUNTY Citizens Bank 01 Whitesburg Incorporate CAPITAL 15000- J II rilAZlKIl l retl tent WHITESBURG KENTUCKY Slyer and Baker Attorneys Notary Public U S Comr WHITESBURQ KENTUCKY J DISHMAN FITZPATRICK 1I yalclnn nod fturgeon Phono 21 Whltoaburer Ky GARRARD COUN- TYENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky a too at JI JI JI tie for TO JUKVT Kill KM The Cltlien want you for tuJucrlber If you had teen rradlMf U a men In you would not be wilting lobe without It lint we aie toturt thtaftn icu hsvt bad II a year Ihllok alone tt tlJ4 Or HtId Cllrtel nrNntnrrlts by Dr Wm E lUrum a heck wl k orHO ptetnm wh ell waM art yee fu M itany d c leek we coal mall 10 ray tww arxtli er in The Cities and lend The eoe year toe euly alrati Taw awns ateawen thi test nuu as ants loot riiir1NIW We oi pert jroa 14 kps Uklru The CttlMtt be sue you lit It HI you rtnt do lift aasse of xr oM frteeite aar We Met part hds r n thus aww euWHbert ya we live 0 pay tar a er kMaiijr Unix Iwfurv their befISt mix out or nut inorti limn on month otter It ruts out n a 101- iew tit lexg Tlelll s pretty well bunk sd tar rstalaa tirw Teetaneat rtikal ICI bt ksowa drt il t n of the rash we O4 In new you wapa IB kiih It U Joe want Tie Iel4 ol KeatwiJ or fl N Ut unt jUrcoo1 Lth r = THI CITIZIN TIle hoe wupls tk rt on a tank ua mawy u4 rni the Urn fussy lilr oiker coq U W toeu MITN8 OUT II you will took U the adders on tomr taps IIU or set tM paper In whisk It la wrapped yea will te below a dais tab JlLY to That maw that year pacer la pod toe nil to Jnly 11 S7 er whatever the dear la When the Ume rurMoat we lo end a ft1N9 il blank lo rrl auUrelUr m rrwtwl him lhat tiU tire k oct end rare Hue ID Mwdtur Whin Money tor ttr next tr eat on rirwU to weJt Jar IW After you Mr timow for wtbes year we it your ixi r h ehurrd to a yes r ahe ad lilt U that snot we Irr KiTitnl your prow yea pah for anotker ynr Mil la not tanged leepyritr us after two rd to sax sari out whet to the mailer Where Content Was Not A man that had health riches and several houses often moved about with his family from ono to another When a friend asked him why ho took tho trouble to move so often he repllod In order to find content In some of them Hut his friend knowing him well told him If ho would find content In any of his houses ho must leave himself behind Shakespeare and A London newspaper man who has been staying nt on Avon says ho asked his landlady ono day Who Is this of whom ono hears so much down hero Was ho a very groat man To which she re plied Lor sir o wofnt thought nothing on a few years ago Its the Americans as as inado Ira what o Isl Life Sentence or execution Tho strongest 1 can see against capital is that it exposes tile course of Jus tlco to bo Interfered with by maudlin outbursts of sentiment if a man pro furs to bo hanged and tho law decrees that ho shall bo hanged what Intel llglblo reason Is there for keeping him In prison Instead to spend the rest of his days miserably at tho public ox pQnso7 Tfiero IB no morcy about It London Truth Wanted to Have It Donald was ill The minister was with him Ho listened with patience to tho latters exhorta lions but at length put a question Will there bo Whisky In heaven Certainly not tho minister replied I am surprised that you should ask such a question Its no that I care for t mysol but It looks woe on the tables Many Deer In Japan Deer ore numerous In va dons parts of Japan and In such show places aa Vlaru and Mlyajlma are held as sacred so tame as to eat from the hands of visitors They are generally smaller in size than the American deer LESLIE HYDEN CITIZENS BANK C Transacts general banking business We Invite you place least a portion of your account wlth us whether large or small oJ HYDEN KY J L LEWIS LAND SURVEYOR HYDEN KY Sure Boundaries Make Good JANE SCHULL GENERAL MERCHANT IJ All Clothing Family BESTand CHEAPEST Strictly Cash THE CITIZEN Berea Ky few shatIITrIldwataln1eopledfiextUekybyNnIIlustyw ektorethelu bwuillfurlr wdLhhUr aspntmtmyouarrrlsgi otgbtuknhrrbtwrtlArn-w lextMtlwd p IMTtiar repsLallyMotlDMUl lilt- liinwiro KATjrou pekeof1M1tI sYtileywrlap rdaantbndNttatsto- rtltrt hIolfIIIIr1-beCltIaIRor InsIgmrn4 UIlIaI1I IWill YOlUTIMi priMedJIte him ihrfeleon moved tbrveweek brfnutlfully furulshod dwelling Americans Strntford Shakespeare argument iwnlshniunt constantly IJUlt Around Mackintosh Weelaslr relatively becoming COUNTY specially Neighbors Supplies Value of Good Intentions I dont bttllovo very much In good resolutions for my experience is that the people who mako plenty of them fire not always as good at carrying thorn out You see It takes so much out of ono to mat a really fino rose trylnlIsgood intentions Womans Ufa LADAVISMD tOFFICE NT R SIDENCE PHONE JO CENTER ST 0 C F HANSONf LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Succwur tt It K Itthfhhou AU calU promptly niitiiilrtl lo night mid lIt Trli iliiin Nu 4 lures fly DrWGBEST 1STICITY 1IIONi iliaiOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE SeR BAKER DENTIST BLREA KYnog JnnJlnc Office Ontrn hours from 8 to 4 Clly riionn lea Teeth extncted wlthoat p ld Bomnofoime J