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OO oeoeoeooe o O o0I BEREA PUBLISHING CO g INCUIUOHATKII o E ALBERT COOKPhO Manage- rt1fernlallAtraterllttnlUrrtaayarroA flow malJ nwtffr oooooooooooo o Vol IX Five cents n copy VgIOFTHE WEEK Settlement of Southern R R Troub les Mountain Land Sold Teleg raphers Strike Haywood and Roosevelt ubleabo recent between tho uuulhorrt Railroad and the state of Alabama arinow practically settled and the reaki charter hu been to stored Tlie TlraktyOfflclaU say tho decided lht lh4 pol at issue was not worth the flgtit ac esMry to settle It IH their favor tho thijr bellovcd tho Company was right and the state wrong Gov Comer insists that the laws must be obeyed and It seems evident that ho made the railroad peo plo understand his meaning The trou Lie arose over the Southern violation of recent state laws establishing lower passenger rate and new frvlgnt regulations Tho corporation has se I cured on Injunction In tho federal court but the state officiate still In- slated upon enforcing tho laws till I finally the railroad gave up the fight t Tho result was undoubtedly a victory for tho people against the injustice of tho great corporation Mrs Urodle Duke divorced wl of the Tobacco King Duke has bought 60000 acres of coal and Umber lands in Morgan and Rowan counties Kentucky The deal was completed thru the attorney Pride It Day o Lexington The land will probably go finally Into the bands of some north ern corporation which will develop th coal and timber resources Why can not Kentuckians organize and develop their own natural wealth Instead of leaving It to northern syndicates to carry the profits back for the further enrichment of Wall street Numer ous like cases are to be seen In vari ous parts of the state The Union Commercial telegraphers In nil the principal titles of the Miss isslppl Valley have struck and bust ness Is greatly retarded Tho strikers have the sympathy and practical sup port of the Order of Railroad Tel egraphers The officials of the strik ing organization say that the men nre directly responsible for the strike but that the officials will heartily cooperate olnco the strike is on The Western Union Is fighting the strike holding that the strikers have BO onabto ground for their complaints u u r 0 t i i t o rrHE CITIZEN r 0 5 Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People nEHI A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 15 1007 New York stock reports show that Standard Oil stock is now cclllnglow er than It has for many years It has heretofore brought great prices because it paid enormous dividends hut slnco tho courts have begun to mete out justice to the great law defying trust Investors arc not anxious to help pay the fines assessed by Judge Landla In the recent cases ngalnst the Standard William D Haywood tho Idaho la bor leader recently acquitted of the charge of murder lately made a speech to Chicago Socialists In which ho referred to Pre Roosevelt The crowd hissed at tho mention of the President namo and cheered when the term undealrablo citizen was used Some time ago the President referred to Haywood as an und + lrabl citizen Korea the little Hermit Kingdom is still having plenty of trouble of her own Tho delegates recently cent to the Peace Conference at The e have all been sentenced to tleath or life Imprisonment One oIthetit hap NtYorkes announced Its verdict The Korean government holds these men responsi iiurlnho the country Tho cornerstone of the Palace of Thfe Is to be erected at the expense of An drew Carnegie It Is intended for tho use of the international Peace Confer auto and IU builder hopes that muCh- ot tho trouble between nations may hereafter be settled by peaceful nego ofIIn a recent address delivered At Nashville Judge Thomas of Alabama stated the number of homicides Itr million inhabitants of tljo various countries to be as follows Germany 46 England 84 Canada 124 Japan H 140 Australia x20 0 j United States J180 A severe wind and electrical storm did a great deal of damage to build atPaducah Several persons were injured but none fatally nJ1w1nLV7+ Essentially t Conservative 1+ 0 o 0 Of course but there Is n vast illifereiico botwoon bolnff con b + HorrntiYK mul bolng behind + A bank pocking the savings of thrifty eoplo must l o i careful That emwrvftUve nut snfe liberality Is that + lillvhHHt form of prtuloncp and thin h to rant ItSq borrowers with JutittlvUtlegroo of IlhArnllty which I- b the Rreutf t to conslntont with comliloto g to 9 banktw o- I 5to BEREA BANK TRUST CO I i BEREA KENTUCKY I l + t THE COMPLETE BANK i- lt J J MOORE PresIdent W H PORTER Cashier to I 4U1NTERCS AONE SAVINGS 4001 pi fO +ee+a +e+e+efo +eo +e+ e + O +O +O+e+0+o +o+O + +eo1O S I RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Alumni Association of Borea College upon the Death of Rev J A R Rogers D D June 6 1007 Whereas our loving Heavenly Father In his own good time has taken Into oneIto our sense of loss Whereas Dr Rogers was In his personal and private relations the tender husband father friend teach er ho was also In his publics relations tho philanthropist the preacher the bravo man under intimidation and persecution one of tho founders of Berea College and at all times and In all relations a lover of humanity a man of prayer and vision therefore De It Resolved that wo thank fled for tho stream of human life that is flowing In different parts of the world purer and stronger for his Influence and that we also thank God for having had tho touch of lather Rogers upon our own lives that we hold him In loving remembrance that his de parture to a higher service shall prompt us to follow his example and devote ourselves with renewed faith and zeal to tho blessed work of pro moting the cause of Christ and in structing youth in the way of right eousness and further Be It Resolved that wo extend to his family our sincere sympathy in their Irreparable loss and our assur ance that they hold a sure and large place In tho affections of tho alumni of Derea College and further Be It Resolved that a copy of this Inadequate expression of our appreci ation of this simple ennobling life be recordednupon of the Alumni Asso ciation Signed Euphcmla K Corwin E D Smith Edward P WhiteCommittee MASON IN 60VERNMENT SERVICE exIpeetedweek He retired from his Professor ship In Derea to enter the service of the United States government last January doing Important work the Southwest CJrs Mason continues to make her homo in Derea trustees of Berea College had no 0 portunity to act on the resignation of Prof Meson until their recent meeting In Juno when the following resolu tions were passed which voice th scnttuont ofa very widespread circle of friends In accepting tko action of the Prudential Committee releasing Professor S C Mason from his connection with Bcrca College In order that ho may ac cept a position with tho United States government Department of Agriculture wo wish to record our high regard for Prof Mason personally and our sin cere appreciation of tho able unusual and lasting services which he has per formed for thin institution He has shown himself In all relation a kind considerate publjcsplrlted an scholarly man As first head of Bereas Department of Mountain Agriculture ho has dem onstratedthe improvnblllty of inferior soils and introduced a provident scheme of forest management two achievements which will encourage th thrift and asplrtleans of tho people of a vast territory Ho Jias peen identi fied with this Institution during nin years of trial struggle andrcmarkabl o growth rendering essential service in such enduring Improvements as tho erection of Science Hall the purchase and pitting of the forest Pre servo and the installation ofthe Wa ter Works tuifthrtJ Tfilntrg1 WHAT IS THE GOOD OF EDUCATION gutting aside both pride and prejudice we must ad mit that some people are better than others Mos of us want to be among the best and all of us want our children to be among the best What makes the difference To begin with some are born stronger handsomer and smarter 1n the next place some are better trained by their parents at home Thirdly some have what we call advantagesa chance to meet with wise and inspiring teachers to gather thoughts from books and lectures and to receive train ing in the use of their own minds oughttoIf one has a good start at birth and good training at home there is all the more reason for giving him the advantages of a good school in addition Certainly a trainedWith this matter They understand that the best thing they can do for son or daughter is to give them a good education Many a family has risen to comfort anddignity by mak ing agreat struggle to send the eldest son or daughter away to school The boy or girl brings home a bushel of new ideas and is able to help the younger children one after Another towards the same great end A thorough education requires years but even a few terms in a good school can start a young person on the upward road which they will pursue through life We live in a favorable time Many a boy has gone through the greatest hardships to secure the advantages are now within the easy reach of every body goesbygood thing for your children Resolve to have your share and get the start this fall mm COPE NOMINATED ITHE SUNDAY FIRE i Jackson County Man for Representa tive In 7 re Operator Strike Bluegrass Fair OpenedMurder In Floyd Count Dispatches from London say that William A Cope of Maulden Jack son county was nominated by the Republicans of the 71st district over John F Dean by a majority of 141 votes Much surprise is expressed by some local politicians because Dean had strong Influence with the county committee Cope is said to have shown himself to be a brilliant young orator while canvassing his district This district consists of the three counties of Jackson Clay and Owsley each of which gives t large Republican majority so that the nomination is practically equivalent to election Tho counties of this district alternate in the nomination of candidates for the legislature Next term Clay county will name tho man The Democrats will probably not nominate a candi date It seems now as It the news from a large part of the country will be shut oft from Kentucky too The telegraphers of the Commercial Union who wero working for the Associated Press stopped work Aug 12 and left the newspapers to look out for themselves for accounts of the worlds doings The employers of the operators and the Officials of the Union have begun Into arbitrate and it Is probable that the Jttrlkfl will not last long Lexingtonpwas opened Jrtonday n address by lion henry Patterson ed itor of the LouUvllle CourierJournal attendanceebreaking all records for the first day of such a gathering The exhibits are numerous and interesting Recently a terrible crime was com milled In Floyd county by two men named Sam Arnett and Tom Shepherd Tho men Wore drunk and went to the home of Samuel Stephens and tried to force his daughter Nora to leave the house with them The girl resisted and screamed until she attracted the attention of her brother who rushed to the steno and fired upon them fa tally wounding Arnett Saephcdr fled but returned Inter In the day and ut ter again trying to force the girl to go with him shot her In the mouth killing hqr Instantly A posse of armed mien Is scourlijp tho country but at tho latest report the murderer had not been captured mightlemorn plan of Rev Dr McClellan of Rich Inlthe1I111n- ymea who were never known to go to church are seen Itotoalng latently to the HrMGH Last Sunday was a day of Christian worship and Christian work in Berea The Sunday school had convened and separated and the morning worship was well under way when just at the close of a hymn Mr Cartmell appeared at the door of the Union church house and quietly announced that the College barn was on fire Almost immediately the bell began to ring and within five minutes the hose cart aterI Mr Wmlrjr Hlerly Fnnii Foreman nod Instructor in Agriculture A barn on fire is however a dif ficult thing to extinguish The shin gles were dry and tho hay and other contents very Inflamable The vehicles and animals were quickly removed but the fire had made great headway before being discovered Tho main old red barn where the tire started was at once a mass of flames The new emergency barn south of it kindled immediately and burned to the ground Before the water was turned on the fire the carriage houso west of the red barn began to bum The wind was from an unusual direction blowing cklcfly from the northeast and as th fire started at the noth east corner of the red barn the flames carried directly towards the other par of tho building For a long time It seemed as though tho whole of the wJlbIp communicated to tho adjacent dwelling houses on both sides of tno street Tho splendid courage and activity of tho men however soon began to telL Those managing the hose on the south side of the building did the most difficult work as the wind brought the smoke and flame In their faces and often they had to use wet blankets as a shield in order to press close to tIle building to bo surer that the water did execution Jlr WIltt AJrl1Mllt1Int r v i OrO10fa0wber JyiolOrOtit Oro L Go r laIf you want things known A X iIeawuosouwwuaow ernua n- One Dollar a year No 0 THINGS TO THINK OfIWise and Striking Words of Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak ers and Writers y j t Better to work and fall than to sleep ones life awayJ K Jerome bookpreaches abetter thertEmerson theblossoms tothinkthe things that make men happy are John Ruskin backuponthatstandyoureallyveHenryTho notmerelyM thlngsnotindustry not merely pure but to love hungerandGood thought is a vitalizing energy and evil reactlenCosmopolitan JM i 1Chief Contents of This ITuncber JNwResolutions Ion In Onrrrnmrnt Service ntntukTA Sumlnjr Fire l Tiling to Think Of PAVE TWO TllouMnllClantileJlnrm TUBERlieCollrge Item lu IMrkcit Africa PAGE FaUn Comment The Influence of Women on Public Elurattan The City nod the Country Lad The Maitre for Itniit Unwomanly ItrMnuTtonnlit MXrnn General New- Temperance Note PAGE FIVE The Youth Ilrpnrtnirnt The Sunday School Leon PAGE SIX KnowfneTheSchool by Prof Illiiiniore tntewt Market Report AGE SEVEN The TelegrnpherStrlke New from Kvcrjrwhrre Recent State News PAGE EmilEn tem Kentucky Correpomlence NOTE THE DAY ITheCollege Begins Sept IL I WTThe time to start is in thefFallIOn tho north side the wind J t the fire fighters so that they pressedIclose to the building sticking lheelnozzleof the hose into the doors sandiwindows and flooding the whole Interior so that at last the fire was stayed and the silo saved The furniture was quickly removed from Mr Blerlys house not without some loss and wet blankets and bod covers were ready In case that build wastIt showed the splendid forts of our water works and the courage and public spirit of the citizens students and college workers alike Two preachers who failed to deliver their morning sermons wero conspicuous among the firefighters coveyperhallswill be rebuilt at once on an im proved plan The College at once made use of its Jackson street barn and other sheds so that the taro of Its horses and vehicles is duly pro vided toranl the agricultural doipartment will go forwafd with littlelInterruption Peoples Eyes Are Trained There are in Now York city 14 clocks In public view that have nK figures or Roman letters on thelrtfaces using eomo advertising with 12 letters In tholr places and it Is as envy to toll the tlmo by their user as by the usual characters v Expert Cigarette Maker IAt the Tobacco Exhibition in Lon y don some women made edgareHea atj the rate of 120 m 30 minutes l r tt I NEWSPAPER LAWS Amy Mnee wh td the ppt C1Ilo11 rnrn lb- pMame whthr tflrrctxi to kli name r wktlhti papsThp remerinedli W UrtllTloviL FBACD THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES Or MEREDITH NICHOLSON I Altar t1 THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAMEEON Etc Copyrlf hi INI tj BobhXrrUI Ike CHAPTER XXI Continued Pickerings face grow whlto and his eyes started and when ho tried sud denly to speak his Jaw twitched The room was so still that tho breaking of a blazing log on tho andirons was a pleasant relief Wo stood tho threo of us with our eyes on Pickering and in my own case I must say that my heart was pounding my ribs at an un comfortable speed for I knew Larry was not sparring for time The blood rushed into Pickerings faco and he turned toward Larry stormily This Is unwarrantable and In famous My relations with Mr Glen arm arenone of your business When you remember that after being desert ed by his own flesh and blood ho ap pealed to me going so far as to In trust all his affairs to my caro at Ills death your reflection is an outrageous insult I am not accountable to you or anyone else Really theres a good deal in all that said Larry We dont pretend to any Judicial functions We are perfectly willing to submit the whole business and all my clients acts to tho authoritiesI give much If I could repro duco some hint of the beauty of that word authorities as It rolled from Larrys tongue Then In Gods name do It you blackguards roared Pickering Stoddard seated on the table knocked his heels together gently Larry recrossed his legs and blew aI cloud of smoke Then after a quarter of a minute In which he gazed at the ceiling with his quiet blue eyes he saidYes certainly there are always the authorities And as I have a tremen dous respect for your American Insti tutions I shall at once act on your sug gestion Mr Pickering the estate Is richer than you thought it was It holds or will hold your notes given ton the decedent for 320000 Ho drew from his pocket a brown envelope walked to where I stood and placed It in my hands At the same time Stoddards big figure grew active and before I real ized that Pickering had leaped toward the packet the executor was sitting Inn chair whore the chaplain bad thrown him He rallied promptly stuffing his necktie Into his waistcoat he even laughed a little So much old paper You gentlemen are perfectly welcome to It Thank you Jerked Larry Mr Glenann and I had many trans actions together and be must have for gotten to destroy those papers con tinued Pickering Quite likely I remarked It Is Interesting to know that Sister Theresa wasnt his only debtor Pickering stepped to the door and called the sheriff I will give you until tomorrow morning at nine oclock to vacate the premises Those claims are utterly worthless as I am ready to prove The court understands tho situation per fectly PerfecUy perfecUy repeated the sheriffI that Is all said Lorry pointing to tho door with his pipe The sheriff was regarding him with particular attention What did I understand your name to bet he demanded Laurence Donovan Larry replied I Pickering seemed to notice the name now and his eyes lighted disagreeably I think I have heard of your friend before ho said turning to me I congratulate you on the international reputation of your counsel lies esteemed so highly In Ireland that they offer a large reward for his return Sheriff I think wo have finished our business for today He seemed anxious to get the man away and we gave them escort to tho outer gate where a horse and buggy was waiting Now Im In for It said Larry as I locked the sate Wove spiked ono of his guns but rye given him a new one to use against myself But come and I will show you the Door of Bewilderment before I skip- CHAPTER i XXII A Prowler of the Night Down wo plunged into the cellar through the trap end to the Door of Bewilderment Dont expect too much admon ished Larry I cant promise you a single Spanish coin Perish the ambition We have blocked Pickerings game and nothing clso matters I said We crawled through the hole In the wall and lighted candles The room was about seven feet square At tho farther end was an oblong woodoa door close to the ceiling and Larry tugged at the fastening until it came down Bringing with It a mass of snow and leaves Oentlemen ho said we are at theI edge of the ravine Do you boo t blue sky And yonder It you will twist your necks a bit is tho boat houseWell let the scenic effects go and show us where you found those pa pers I urged- Speaking of mysteries that Is whore I throw up my hands lads Its quickly told Hero is a table and here Is an old despatch box which lies Just where I found It It was closed and the key was in the lock I took out that packetIt wasnt oven scaled anw the character of the contents and couldnt resist the temptation to try tho effect of an announcement of its discovery on your friend Pickering Now that is nearly all I found this pieco of paper under tho tape with which tho envelope was tied and I dont hesitate to say that when I read it I laughed until I thought I should shake down the cellar Read It John Gienarm Ho handed mo a fragment of legal cap paper on which was written In tho unmistakable handwriting of John Marshall Glcnarm these words HB LAUGHS BEST WHO LAUGHS LAST What do you think is so tunny in this I demanded Who wrote It do you think asked Stoddard Who wrote it do you ask Why Jacks grandfather wroto ireJohn Marshall Glenarm tho cleverest grandest old man that over lived wrote itl declaimed Larry his voice boom- Ing loudly la tho room Its all a great big game fixed up to try you and Pickering but principally you you blockhead Oh Its grand perfectly deliciously grand and to think it should be my good luck to share in Itl Humph Im glad youre amused 11f FaceIwhere would the joke have been I should like to know On you my lad to be surer Tho old gentleman wanted you to study architecture he wanted you to study hs house he oven left a little pointer In an old book Oh Its too good to bo trueThats all clear enough observed Stoddard knocking upon the despatch box with his knuckles But why do you suppose ho dug this hole hero with its outlet on the ravlno Oh It was the way of him ex plained Larry Ha liked tho Idea of queer corners and underground pas sages This Is a bully billing place for man or treasure and that outlet Into the ravine makes it possible to get out of the houso with nobody the wiser Its in keeping with the rest of his scheme DP gay comrade Tomorrow will likely find us with plenty of business on hands At presort we hold tho fort and let us have a rare lest wo lose It Wo closed the ravine door restored the wall as best we could and ro turned to the library Wo mado a list of the Pickering notes and spent an hour discussing this new feature of the situation and speculating as to the hiding placo of the remainder of my grandfathers fortune Larry and Stoddard both declared their Intention of remaining until my troubles were ended In spite of my protests Stod dard stayed for dinner and afterward wo began again our eternal quest for the treasure our hopes high from Larrys lucky strike of tho afternoon and with a now eagerness born of tho knowledge that tbo morrow would certainly bring us face to face with tho real crises Wo ranged tho bouse from tower to collar wo overhauled the tunnel for It seemed to me the hunt dredth time It was my watch and at midnight after Stoddard and Larry had recon noitcrcd the grounds and Bates and I faslteflngsmado myself comfortable rith a pipe la the library I WAS glad of the respite glad to be aloueto consider injTtalk with Ma clan Devereux nt St Agathas and her return with Pickering Why could she not always havo been Olivia ranging the woodland or tho girl in gray or that woman 90 sweet In her dignity who camo down the stairs at tho Arm strongs Her own attitude toward me was so full of contradictions she had appeared to mo In so many moods and guises that my spirit ranged tho wholo gamut of feeling as I thought of her But It was the recollection 6t Pickerings infamous conduct that colored all my doubts of her Pickering hadalways been In my way and hero but for the chance by which Larry had found the notes I should havo had no weapon to use against hula The wind mss and drove shrilly around tho house A bit of scaffold ing on tho outer walls rattled loose somewhere and crashed down on tho terrace I grew restless my mind in tent upon the many chances of the morrow and running forward to the future Even If I won in my strife with Pickering I had yet my way to make In tho world Ills notes were probably worthless I did not doubt that I might uso them to procure his removal aa executor but I did not look forward with any pleasure to a legal fight over a property that had brought mo only trouble Something impelled mo to go below and taking a lantern I tramped som berly through the collar glanced at the heating apparatus and remember lug that the chapel entrance to tho tunnel was unguarded followed the corridor to the trap and opened It The cold air blew up sharply and 1 thrust my bead drwn to listen A sound at onco arrested me I thought at first It must bo the suction of the air but Gienarm House was no place for conjecture and I put tho Jumped down Into of light showed then the dark ness and silence were complete I rats rapidly over tho smooth floor which I had traversed so often that I knew fta every pine My only weapon was a heavy hickory club Near the Door of Bowllderment I paused and listened The tunnel was perfectly quiet I took a step forward and slum bled over a brick fumbled on the wall for tho opening which we bad closed carefully that afternoon and at the I found it a lantern flashed blindingly In my face and I drew back crouching Involuntarily and clinching the club ready to strike Good evening Mr Glenarm Marian Doveroiix vOIce broke the silence and Marian Devereuxs face with the full light of the lantern upon It was bent gravely upon me Her voice as I heard it there her face as I saw it thereare the things that I shall remember last when my hour comes to go henco from this world liar slim fingers as they clasped the wire screen of the lantern held my gaze for a second The rid tam o chanter that I had associated with her youth and beauty was tilted rakishly on one side of her pretty head To find her hero seeking like a thief In tho night for some moans of helping Arthur Pickering was thq bitterest drop In the cup 1 felt as though I had been struck with a Bludgeon I bet your pardon sho said and laughed There doesnt seem to be anything to say does there Well wo do certainly meet under the most un usual not to say unconventional circumstances SIUJTO Glcnarm Please go away or turn your back I want to get out of this donjon keep Sho took my hand coolly enough and stepped down Into the passage Then I broke out stormily You dont seem to understand the gravity of what you are doing Dont you know that you are risking your life In crawling through this housejat midnight that oven to servo Arthur Pickering life is a pretty hug thins to throw away Your infatualjpn fci that blackguard seems to carry yoi far Miss Devereur t ITO BI3 CONTINUED y ALMOST BRINGS DEAD TO LIFE Apparatus for Resuscitating Persons Apparently Dead An apparatus for producing arti ficial respiration has recently been devised whereby in cases of suspended animation the notion of tho heart and lungs can bo renewed Prof George Poo the Inventor of the apparatus dons not Insist that with Ha use lifo can bo brought hack- but claims according to tho Scientific American that by artificial means applied through tho Instrumentality of tho respirator persons killed by asphyxiation poison or drowning can bo resuscitated that the death ot persons under tho Influence of an aesthetics while being operated upon can bo prevented that Its use will prevent Infant asphyxia at birth that a drunken person can bo sobS ored In a few minutes that persons electrocuted or hanged lu tho latter case whore tho neck has not been broken can be revived and that tho freezing to death of arctic oxplorora can bo obviated Those result are accomplished by stimulating normal respiration through artificial moans A demonstration was made on a rabbit Two grains ot morphine worn Injected Into the leg after which four ounces of ether were administered It wan bollcvod by tho experimenters that life was positively extinct as tho application of every known text failed to reveal any sign of life In this condition tho tubes of tho apparatus were applied to tho rabbits nostrils and on pumping nut tIm poison with one cylinder pumping oxygr Into thn lungs with A simultaneous movement of the valves within three minutes tho rabbit but lately pronounced dead was breathing naturally and within six minutes It was running around tho room The ether wan on tirely out of tho system as there was no Indication of nausea Bancrofts Answer I havo Just heard a good motIt Is not more than a motof Bancroft the American historian who Is now Unit i States minister at Berlin Loftus our ambassador there thought I suppose that tho yanked was a fair and would bo an easy butt for the shafts of his peculiarly rofinod wit so attacks hint before A hundred listen ers on some public occasion with In Gods name Mr Bancroft why dont you Yankees send your representa tives to court like Christians In a proper uniform Instead of turning them out all dressed ID black like ro many undertakers Whereto Bancroft replies Really Lord Augustus I am surprised that you as ambassador to tho quern of England and with the keen povfors of penetration for which you are gen erally distinguished should have failed to perculvn that wo could not bo moro appropriately dressed than we ateat European courts whore what we represent Is the buriAl of monarchy From tatters of Lord Iyttou Prince Contort a Hero Prince Henry consort of Queen WUhclnilna of tho Netherlands die tinguished himself Iho other day In the eyes of his royal helpmeets sub jects by recovering her favorite dachshund which sho lied lost while walking In a plno forest near ono residences Tho story of title heron feat Is thus told by an ad miring correspondent Tue queen was exceedingly sorry for sho was much attached to this particular dog Prlnco Henry therefore determined to go out himself to look for the raising fa write Ho went at once to Iho for esters house In tho woods and sat up all night until the first streak of dawn when ho began searching the forest To his great delight ho was rewarded by finding Paullnchen A prince consort unquestionably has his uses Simplicitys Saving Grace I like simplicity snld Senator Boverldgo Simplicity saves us a lot of trouble too Two men met In front of tho Blank hotel tho other day and fell Intd a political argument They were ordinary everyday sort of men but one of them had an extraordinary flow of polysyllabic language Ho talked half an hour and his companion listened In adazeAnd now the speaker pompously concluded perhaps you will coincide with IDOt Tho others face brightened up Why yes thanks old man ho an sword heartily moving toward the barroom door I dont care If I do Privileges ef Old Age Old ago has Its drawbacks but It has also Its privileges Not the least of these Is leisure not Idlcncsss for that way lie wretchedness and disin tegration but freedom from tho stress of unlovely rivalry and oppor tunity for tho calm and moderato pur suit of congenial occupation With Its advent one may doff the armor but not the apron and choosing onos bench work not as a slave but as a masterSenator William P Fryo in tho Circle Voice of Protest l Who is that screaming 1101 asked the Inveterate Shopper of the shop girl who had just come out of tho room whence Issued tho set cams Its a shoplifter the slrl replied Sho la declaring her Innocence MidIs she Innocent queried tho Inveterate Shopper They had oply unraveled ten yards of silk from her person when I left the shop girt replied sQR PLATES AND SHHETa yl LOAD QUICKLY DOUND Binding Pins for Use In Securing the Load of Hay Every person moving hay ought to havo a sot of binding pins They are mado In a minute and servo an excellent purpose for a lifetime The sketch shows a rope stretched over the top Binding a Load of Hay of a load of hay or straw The upright pin Is worked down into the load and the other twisted la the rope and turned around tho upright until the load Is tightly bound Then a small ropo that Is kept tied In end of the horizontal pin is tied to tho binding rope and the pressure Is hold Koch pin Is 3H feet long One sharpened and tho other lute a onehalf inch holo bored through ono end Old fork handles suggests Farm and llama aro Just the thing to make them of Ono pin only may be made and a fork used to bind in tho manner shown after tho load Is on BITTER ROT IN APPLES Methods of Combating This Trouble some Disease Tho following conclusions as to the bOlt method of fighting this disease are given in a recent bulletin of tho United States department of agrlcul taro 1 Bitterrot can be completely con trolled by proper applications of nor deaux mixture 933 to 9S9 per cent of sound fruit having boon saved by suoh treatment In there experiments whllo the checks rotted completely 2 Four applications when mado Just at the right time aro sufficient to control the disease satisfactorily but In order to be suro of covering the In fection periods ono or two additional applications may bo necessary 3 The applications should bo made at Intervals of two weeks beginning about six weeks after tho trees bloom 4 It Is necessary to spray the trees thoroughly coating tho fruit on all sides with fine mist 11k0 applications 5 Otbjr diseases such as scab Ieat spots and sootyblotch may bo controlled In connection with tho treat mont of bitterrot For tho treatment of bitterrot alone spray the trees thoroughly with for deaux mixture at intervals of two weeks until five applications have been made beginning not later than 40 days after the petals have fallen For the combined treatment ot ap plescab and bitterrot spray the trees with Bordeaux mixture 1 Just before they bloom but after the cluster buds havo opened and exposed the flower buds 2 as soon as tho petals tall 3 a week or ten days later 4 about 40 to 60 days after the shedding of the petals and at Intervals of two weeks thereafter until in all seven or eight applications have been made DRYING WEATHERI Corn Very Sensitive to the Condition of the Atmosphere In the drying of corn In tho cribs tho condition of the weather counts for far more than most people sup pose Tho corn seems almost like a sponge the way It pulls In moisture from tho atmosphere In some ex pcrlncnts carried on by tho Univer city of Illinois tho corn In two cribs was weighed ovary week from Janu ary 7 1904 to November 10 of tho same year A record was kept of the condition of the weather and Its effect was clearly noticed In the shrinkage or gain In weight of tho approximately 20000 pounds of corn During the week from January 7 to January 14 tho weather was clear and mild and the corn Increased In weight 160 pounds That Is It actually absorbed that weight of water from tho atmosphere Tho next week was cloudy and the corn absorbed 45 pounds moro of water The next two weeks wero Qty with snow and the corn lost 205 pounds of water From July 7 to July 14 the wind was mostly In tho south and the weather was damp The corn added to Itself 175 pounds of water The wok from September 22 to Sep tember 29 was reported as dry and hot but tho corn added to Itself 185 pounds of water The moisture must ave been excessive in the atmos COtldltlons a good thing to go with Ute report of weather conditions In comparing records of shrinkages and gains In weight of stored corn Horses Drinking Capacity A hose can drink from 45 to 65 pounds of water per day If tho feed Is dry all of this amount will have to bo supplied at the trough If tho feed contains a great deal ot succulent green stuff a largo amount of the water will bo taken into the system la that way and less will be needed at the trough TheBafo rule to follow la to allow the horse all It will drink provided It In sot allowed too drink too rapidly lITPAYS The Value to the Farmer of Keeping Field Accounts Many pages of agricultural liter turo havo been wisely devoted to urg Ing farmers to keep account of the dlf ferent members of tliilr dairies to Iho end that tho cows that do not show a profit may bo disposed of and those that show a proper balance bo used to advantage In building up a moro profitable herd In all probability farmers who have followed this ad vlco carefully and consistently for a few years have found the practice much to their advantage In no other way than by a careful account can a farmer tell which of his cows Is kept at a loss and which by their superior productiveness are bearing tho bur den of a lot of worthless animals In order to show a little profit for the en tire dairy But there is another way In which tho practice ot keeping such an account i may well result In groat profit Our forms In Now York state ore di vided Into fields of different sizes for tho convenlenco of diversified agricul ture Different portions of Uio farm may be thus pastured or devoted to grain or grass growing It Is doubt ful If many farmers know oxcept In a general way which of their fields am most productive or tho extent to which they are so and which fluids barely pay tho cost of taxes and cultivation Not a groat way from the barn the ordinary farmer may havo a field which will In ordinary seasons give from two to threo tons of cured hay to the acre Halt a mile from the bum may bo n considerable area that will not average over halt a ton But every acre on tho farm pays an equal amount of taxes and It takes Just as much time and labor to plow an aero of poor land as It does of tho moro fertile and tho reason for this condi lion of fertility or lack of tortill IIclotordevotee to crops that would PAy bet for than tho more remote fields I dare say that on many farms tho farmer If he pursues this Idea carefully and continuously will find a largo portion of his farm is actually not paying expenses of cultivating Generally speaking tho fact that ono Iitwohay per acre and another aero morn I remote from the barn will product only half a ton ought to convince n thoughtful farmer that ho himself la responsible for tho deficiency Other things being equal tho remote aero should produce as much In the way of crops as any other acre It is con j thinly a slipshod way of carrying onIthe farm that the barnyard manure should be dumped areund In the fields near tho farm buildings because tooymuch labor li required to draw It the more distant parts of the farm These being In all probability actually I hungry for the manure would respond to generous uso of manure and s IThcalled to his attention may have a general Idea of the different results I from the different parts of tho farm but the systematic and careful method keeping account with tho differentI10f of the farm will be best to bring this directly homo to the farmer himself and result moro quickly In a change of treatment GOOD HAY COVER Splindld Method of Protecting Stacks from Rain and Wind Where lumber for barns Is often dear temporary roofs of Inch boards over stacks serve good purpose the boards being carefully selected to have no cracks In tlem well painted with some Ilght colored paint and laid on as shingles are laid ono lapping The Board Cover over tho other and hold by a light staplolavto largo rings which slip over slender polos driven In the ground and with headless spikes driven In like barbs Iso till winds will not lift tho roof By boring ono small hole near the lower edge of each board a wire would tip tho two to the chain and not Injure tho board as staples might FOR REFLECTION vln tho caro of domestic animals it Is easier to prevent disease than to euro It Orchards show the application manure lost when spread over tho ofJtire ground so that all the roots colvo some benefit ThQ ofilcacy ot blood In brood mares Is qulto as noticeable as In sires and always will mako an important show ing in the offspring In their wild state animals are never subject to live In unventilated buljd Ings This Is one reason why Wild animals are healthy Boys bettor a Job on tho horaefarm wIth small but sure galas every year than a clerkship 10 a maath R Iiifelay pants IB the big city t r o = r I It Makes You Warm To go into a drug store and have the 4 clerk insist on your taking something l i JUST AS GOOD as whato + tsfrisked for dont blame you th o Whywe carry such a tremendous t stock just to have what you want t 1Ifwe do not have what you want I t we arc always glad to get it for+ you s t The one thing that we do not have is the thing JUST AS GOOD 1 Dont Believe in Itl 1 The Porter Drug Co f INCORPORATED I ofofofoeososoeofoeoeoeoeofosofoeofoeoeoeofodloeoeoeofoBerea o 0 a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 6 o foeofofoeofofof0eotofofoAO Y P I fe Take Notice Coinmiusljnwtlug bo held In tbo Borco pu cjee1foolhouo Wedntd3Y even- Ing Aug I- On r account of the serviced to bo conducted In the College chapel by tho novo Dr Herget of Cincinnati there will be no service at tho Dorca Baptist church Sunday morning Aug Ii18lh Everybody Is Invited to com meeting In the chapel Will Jones and JohU Stewart1 tit Wlldle wore iu town Saturday MUs Graeo Hays It visiting her ulsior Dirs Kllun MlUhell- Mr Wm Chrl man who has been the guest of Jlr and Mm Dost has rvlurnod to hM home ln Couib Ky Mr and bird O M Owen and chit dren are vliltlng Slra Greens mother at Cartorsvlllo f Mr and Mrs John Anderson visited relatives at Big 11111 Saturday and SundayA of meetfogs will begin at Oho Olado Disciple church August 18- Alt are cordially Invited to attend Mm Sallle Adams and family spent Sunday at Slate Lick W 1L Porter and Dr Cornelius wer r In Paint Lick Friday on business Mm T J Scrlvnor has been very j ill the past week t You have bought nice shoes but they hurt your feet The Society shoo for women Is different from moat shoes they fit and feel good from the start and dont hurt lira- S R Baker If you want the best dividends oa your money go with mo to the Pan Handle Texas asd buy the best lands for 11600 per acre Let me bear from youJ p BlcknellN =o Mrs S R Baker has a complete I line ot ladle and childrens shoes You will do well to see her goods be fore buying jW D Logsdens delivery wagoa Its rounds at levee la thi morning sad 3M la the afternoon l1Please get your orders la before the S leaves the store Kveryboays patronage solicited rUuseeraid Manlius fur Rent I Call oa G D holiday at the l- i V Berea Dank and Trust Company aUMlCEJt IB THE DULL SEASON IN BEREA but Logsdons Store is always hustling x df Here are some of the reasons 1 Flour 50 t Sugar 5 C Meal 75 1 r J1Wantl all the blackberries- IJ can get J W D LOGSPQN i Con Main and Prospect its i I t L 10000000000000Tho In houses adjacent to the recent fire ex tend sincere thanks to the men who assisted In the saving of property for their prompt bravo and effective workWork Is being done on the now cqn crete walk on Main street between Center and Golden place Mr A II Williams of Alcorn was hero several days last week with friends and relatives Mrs Amos Stout has been 111 for several days Dr Bert Cornelius Is attending the Lexington fair this week Mr and Mrs J K Dalton and lit tle dauijhter lola loft Tuesday morning to attend tho Laxlnpton Fair this week They will stop over and visit a few days In Winchester before returning homo flues Nannie and Mary Robinson entertained a number of their friend at their homo on Center street list Wednesday night A nrlxe was award ed to the boy and girl best dressed to represent poverty Floyd Robinson and Fannie Dowdcn were the lucky onesA social will be given at the parsonage of the Congregational church next Friday night to the members of the Christian Endeavor society I A good crowd attended the plcnl out at Slate Lick Saturday given by the Union church Sunday school Two hundred and five were present to par tike of the bountiful dinner Every one reports a pleasant time Miss Ruth Todd who has been spending her vacation with her mother will join her sisters In Michigan Mrs Oscar Hayes has been very lit for several days Mrs Nettle Mann of Cleveland Is making an extended visit with her pa eats Mr and Mrs Burdctte MIss Matilda Cook is filling Mrs Goldons place In the Postoftlce Mrs Golden Is til with typhoid fever Miss Elizabeth Marsh who has been visiting relatives In Pennsylvania for some time returned home last weekProf LoVant Dodge returned OB Tuesday afternoon from a trip of sev Aral days duration In the prosecution of klwork as GA no Department Commander He reports two meeting with the Grand Army pot at Wit llamsburg where he mustered In some new members lIe also addressed public meeting In the courthouse yard there called to agitate the project of securing a monument for the de ceased soldiers of Whitley county At Plnevlllo he set forces nt work which are likely to result In the organization ot a G A R post in the near future Howard Dlzney Is In the hosplta with typhoid The case Is light how ever and he Is doing well A union service will be held In the Baptist church Sunday evening Th morning services In the Chapel at 11 QuillVat Output ef I A toothpick factory near fcarls turns iOQOOOO qullU annually It Is the set plant ot the kliid In the world WomaWs Triumph in One Line The woman who first taught school a hundred years ago was a demure timid creature who promised te teach writing nibrold ry the use of the globes and deportment as preeminent branch of edusattou Today there are neatly 38o00 more lama teach ors U1M sees v ru ooYo6oeofo ofotioeoeoeoNojo I College Items I 0f o- Y i HERB AND THERE of 0 ofoeofofofoeoeoeoemeosoeoeNew The Treasurer announces a slight but Important change In his arrange moots Instead ot settling for board Bud pay for labor done by students by the month ho will hereafter settle by the halt termThls makes one less day of settlement saving his time and the time ot the student And thl means that on the opening day stu dents must pay for halta terms board 7 weeks In the fall Instead of five weeks board See College ad yerttsoment In another column Professor W If Humphrey prln clpal of the laysvllle Colored High school is entitled to great praise and credit for tho excellent results nlttmd lug tho Commencement exercises re cently held In Mayftvllle ICyProf J S Esgil of hit Sterling gave the Commencement address on The Duly of Today Manhood Prof Hum phreys was recently In Richmond and sent his greetings to all old friends In Borca I I Dlhe Knllirrlnn lluwcraiix Till new Iean- of 11oinen or hhree College I J Aldrich D D Former IRev of Needham College Need Ind and long a faithful and i efficient member of the Board of j Trustees of Unrca Is now principal jot the Phillips Academy at New Rook N Dak Borca wishes him sue I cess In his new work Professor Oeo A Hubbcll Ph DI Columbia late of tho Congregational i school at Williamsburg has secured A position at the Disciple school Ken- tuckyI University at Lexington- DrI Herget with his wife and a small party of frlendsls staying at the ladies Hall this week WoI shall all wish to dear him at the Cot lege chapel next Sunday morning and night DesIsleMiss Swing this week I Prof Dlzney has been visiting at Burning Springs the past week Proto Disney is visiting his people in Knox County this week Mr Osborne Is on his vacation and Is spending the time moving into his new house IMrs Mason is looking for Professor to arrive soon from California Everyone will be glad to see Prof Mason OB our streets again Secretary Gamble attended the County Teachers Institute at Irvin last Thursday He found more than a third of the teachers of the county were Berea students Time did not permit of a banquet but he took them all to the Ice cream parlor wheio they had a pleasant time together Mr Hudson Eugene Thomson and Mr Gamble attended the County Sun day school convention at Gllllad flap I list church near Klrksvllle Wednes day of last week Many letters are coming In dally from our old students who are expect ing to return and bring new students with them Nearly every department of the Institution will be strengthened this year by an addition of teachers aud stronger courses have been Intro duced in many departments Good word collies from Miss Joseph- Ine Robinson who Is studying In Dart mouth College Miss Douglas Is looking forward eagerly to her work In Berea this tall A gulden Wedding Rev and Mrs George Cande6 pioneers of Berca and Derea College are celebrating their golden wedding on Tuesday August 21st at their home In Toledo Ohio Brother Candee was one of the first helpers of Brother Fee In early days He preached and suffered persecution with the other antislavery people In the days before the war His children have been In Berea during the present administration his son being for a time in charge of the prlnlng depart ment and his daughter a Normal stu dent who afterwards married Mr Holcomb then superintendent of pub lics Instruction iu Jackson County The Citizen and all Berea people ex tend their affectionate congratulations to Rev ant Mrs Candee In Darkest Africa A Hercn Cllrl AIthe Ilirtuiflniin Thbso who knew Mary McClellan 01 a student In Baron will be Interested In reading tho following extracts from a letter written by her to Mss Rob inson Sho is now Mrs RIchards Her letter tells us what she is doing Africa needs young people the more the batter Those who have worked especIallyknow how to do things and all kinds o training are useful out here where one must depend upon himself for everything Our teachers are pleading for a school where nursing and the use of Ijomo remedies are taught Ono ct them came two days Journey to ask us if we couldnt persuade the people In America to tat them have a school first to train preachers second to train teachers third to train farmers carpenters tailors and cobblers And he added Ask them to teach Us to take care of sick folks We Christians dont want to go to witch doctors for wo know they aro no food and Ills hard to bo left In our dieIUAlmost every day tho heathen peo ple come to us and ask us to cure them They say we know so much more than they that we must be able to help them In sickness It we would For a cold they can do nothing but kill chickens and tie the claws about tho patients neck If in spite of this the cold runs into pneumon ia nothing Is left but to sufferer out Into the woods tcfdie The relatives keep away as far as iwsslble until all Is over lost the evil spirits that aro killing him should enter lntQthem You are quite tight to call this tho Dark Continent It Is darker than the friends at home can think These surely are the people who put bitter for weet add sweet for bitter and darkness for light Near the towns the natives are beginning to get a bit ot civilization without Christianity Ills worse At present there are no schools for natives except the mission schools and many come to learn to road who care nothing for what the forth bettor trained and many use their training for bad purposes It Is from this that mission work gets its bad name so often Their light Is not light but only a worse darkness but the true light Is spreading and lit our own district It seems very rapid now Every day we have cause for thanksgiving for the evidence of the work of the Holy Ghost among usI send our mission paper to the library and that tells quite fully of our work and people When yOu asked for a letter for the Student Volunteer Band I hardly knew how much they may already know of our work Only I want to urge them to prepare thor oughly The more talents they have developed tho better and the more talents consecrated the better mill sionaryThe three years we have been working on tho translation ot the Old Testament and have Just finished last month We have one native who understands English and Zulu fairly well He makes a first translation and then Mr Richards and I go over it Mutt gets the Idiom but is not to be relied upon for the sense al ways We complete about forty vers es a day We try to make a tour ot the sta tions once In three months for the quarterly meetings but it is quite im possible now We have thirtythree stations The farthest south is on tho Limpopo River ten days tramp to the south of us Westward we go three days and north four and a knit daysI Just written Ethel Todd about one of our little stations four days south of as which was founded by the boy whom the Berea Chrtetlan Endeavor society supported for a yearThese stations grow very much like yeast germs each one throwing off more and more and they are leaven Ing the whole country A man goes out into the woods anywhere and gctc the chief to allow him gardening space lie builds his own hut and begins having prayer services morning and evening At these ho sings lustily un tit Aka neighbors begin to come Then he reads a chapter out of his New Testament and explains It with a wealth of Illustrations from things all about him After prayer ho closes by singing again He goes about among the kraals singing reading preach- Ing and praying Soon he finds some children who want to do these things and they come to live at his house At least ono who Is among our best teachers now knew so little at first that a child had to be sent to the next station a distance of twelve miles to ask How do you at When that child returned he taught all the others to make a Next day some one went to ask about b1 and so on through the alphabet One can but wonder If they do BO much with so little teaching what l Director 2 Star Brand Shoes Are A and 3OO Shoe for on As goodand as then it wears A modern product with oldtime Medium Uiih Value II eJ The Mayflower Shoefor Women is designed to meet the requirements of those who want a high shoe realizingthisvalues and furnish it to nsat a figure that permits our i selling it to you at the remarkably low price of 250 and 300 We can say to you frankly there is less profit made on the Mayflower than any shoe of quality today We styles enough to satisfy you no matter how particular you may be Come in and Examine our Big Stock MRS S R BAKERt Berea I I 2ZqrtJ6Z Ei VlJPtlToZ1 4 II AM THE MAN WHO SELLS THE LANDTown property in Deren and farm lands are advancing In I SaloINow Is tho time to save money by I I improvedandfor tho small sum of 1700 1I have another tract of land containing 180 acres of good bluegrass land 40 ncres bottom land ordinarily would cost you from to 75 per acre I can sell you excellent tract of I farmIlour building lots In thu West end yet price loo eachI lotYl In tho West end lots contnhllngm nero vulv each I cnn sell you any one of these lots at each These are evidently the best bargains you will have for a nlco home In I1N Berea any ways building Another good loonII If you want town I am J P BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and OO MERCHANTJr I kAieleleil5iGeA ltAkttttkltA AA RYAIeQLI iLity AO bSeaywwsFa yry y I A NEW STORE IN BEREAIjtAre you looking for grade food materials The best are Sf none too Why buy cheap and often impure groceries 1 We tare opening upa new Grocery Store with a great variety of goods r I groceriesthebestYell known Bakers Barrington Rail Steel Cut Coffeethe best to Ibe had in Berea Try a can and you will always want the original 5 Cut Coffee I aaVu will find a counter here at all times and t your you or 2 ware but you will get a square deal when you come to x f HARRIS i IPhone10 Brannaman Bldg MAIN 1JIJIltI1 Wtt fapsklaeleq Iv Does Your Piano i Need Tuning or RepairsT- his is to certify that Prof Ralph Kigby of Berea CoXegc bar completed the course of Piano Tuning with ut I And is now thoroughly capable of tun lag regulating and repairing the piano Pre Rigty it coftfat And accurate In his worn and lean heartily recommend him to public patronage P A Cant of School of Piano Tuning RalphRigby repairingGet bebusyPrice for Tuning 300 PROFfclGBYBtrea Ky givenIno respecter of persons Man would not think of employing so Illy fitted agents but God Is doing a marvellous work through them because they are ready and willing to be used I Checkrsln Tolerated In Germany There are no laws In Germany pre renting the uae of the caeckrela oa horses with the exceptloa of the polk Berlint1 0 I L Fetter he afotttei 025O Worn true me honor Price class like sold have Kentucky price fro unsold high good ST Mason in Government Service Concluded from Pint Page Cy In new fields of labor he will ever be followed by our best wishes and sincere good will Prof Masons work will be carried on In the lines which he has laid out Mr William Flanery as foreman of the Forest preserve and the lIor cuiItural Department or Garden work and Mr Francis Clark giving Instruc tions In Mountain Agriculture Dothfthese young men spent time at the University of Wisconsin last winter In preparing for their new work Mr Clark has been at the summer school school at Knoxville Tenn since Com I mencement Smoking In ParliamentiFrom a Descriptive Catalogue of London Tokens published In 18K6 a one learns that at one time smoking was practiced In the house of com mans for the author mentions a sevea teenth ceatury order that BO member do presume to smoke tobacco lathe gallery or at the table of the house sitting an committee Totted Bublejr has an auto now and ha doesnt seem to do anything else but chase around the country la It Yes hes very strongly attached to his machine andHe wasnt the last time I saw him t oa the road He was Mat M feet w above It I Sugar Used by Stthamltet There are casusted by the people of New York city 1008700 pounds tIsugar oriel y- to r n The Citize- nftft newspaper for ill that It right true and Interesting I rufallibed ertty Thursday at Bete Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO IncorportUd E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr I Subscription Rates fATABLE LS ADVANCE One Year It w MThreeMonaOrdercent stamp The date after your nane on label shows It noleIInltedotlljr ua- MUairijr number will be gladly supplied U wi art Pine Premiums given for new subseri and prompt renewals Send for Premium List Utwnl terms girtn to anywho btaiae new ubacriptiona for us Any cue ua four yearly subscriptions can ttceivc The CiUiea frts for cimiclf for one year AdwUaing rates oa application I MEMBER or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION sae Admiral Yamamoto thinks we are nice people but he Is going home through Canada Instead of by way of San Francisco In the population of New York city there are 789000 persons of German parentage 735000 of Irish 250000 of Russian and 223000 of Italian A Florida farmer is said to have cleared 1200 in one acre of cabbage this spring Perhaps ho sold It for clear Havana Key West goods Arnold says Bernard haw Is Intoxicated with words and delirious with Ink We thought that Arnold Daly was one of Shaws ex ponents It has been discovered that Noah Webster wrote the dictionary with almost no assistance but undoubted ly he had helped his wife use many of the words Matrimony as a profession Is not a bad Idea And the divorce lawyers should be broken of the habit of persuading people that It Is for ama teurs only A railroad president announces that his road is out of politics and done with lobbying Well really when you come to think of It there doesnt seem to be anything left to fight for The Washington preacher who says that beaven Is In the star Alcyone now comes forward and says that it li built up with brick houses Hell is brobably made up of threeroom Slats Peter Cooper Hewett Is going to take iis from New York to London in 30 hours When a boat of that sort runs Into an Iceberg the monster of the deep will know that something bit it The Maryland farmer who discovered that his hired man was the head of a large business concern in Phila delphia was not necessarily surprised Hired men have such a way of know ing how the universe should be run that the average man who comes In contact with them often wonders If they are not captains of Industry out for a quiet vacation In a railroad collision a congress man turned a double back somer sault over two seats and escaped with rut serious injury A little thing like a railroad smashup is no embar lassmept tq many acrobats who are accustomed to adjusting themselves to the sudden and violent changes that are constantly occurring in con gressional districts Charles Dudley Warner advised every one to be born 9n a little red farm house with a stone wall around it We are not particularly tenacious about the stone wall and we enter a decided exception to the color of the bouse but we Indorso the sentiment r The records show that farmers sons are those most likely to suc ceed la business and professional life Health vigor self rellance ambition and the habit of work give them their advantages in the race for success Money orders to the enormous amount of 446000000 were issued by the New York post office last year Three millions of this amount went abroad mainly sent by immigrants to their families As money orders are commonly for comparatively small Butari as compared to traffic through banks this total shows the wide die 1 semination of prosperity It is not after all remarks the Indianapolis News the few great fortunes of which we hear so much that form the wealth of the country How delicate are the instruments which record earthquake shocks may be Judged by the reports which came along simultaneously from many sources of the recent slight disturb Race in Ecuador From Havana came the report that the seismograph this morning registered an earthquake 14000 miles distant the waves propagating from southwest to northeast The indications are that the center of the disturbance was located beneath the waters of the Pacific near Central America From other Yarn distant points came similar reports long before the news came of the actual location of the earthauake e ID4r iuilimtr of Womwt tI3at pufaltr Bnuafimt By HELEN L GRENFELL High School Visitor of Colorado State Agricultural College I iE DUCATION is evolution There are fixed laws which must be sought out and applied in any rational system of education The compass of psychology points in as many directions for the north pole of education as did the compass of Columbus The philosophy of education is faulty and it is question able whether by pure philosophy it can be perfected Educe tion is first individual and afterwards social Tho socialism of education in early ages unfitted the scholar for life Tho early idea of education did not include women Pop ular education dawned with Luther and the beginningof female education with the reading of the Bible in homes Womens educational ideals are not so high as those of the great scholars but they are broader To thom it seems more important that nIl children should learn to readand writo one language than that a few professors should know a dozen languages dead or alive The monastic idea of education has been too long cherished Woman learns concretely putting lessons into practice learns to do by doing The states with highest educational facilities are those where women are most active Illiteracy is largest whore women have least power and grows less where they vote Half a million of Americas children are illiterate and 2000000 arc earning their living We cannot boast of oppor tunities while we have to admit such a disgrace School people have misunderstood club interference either from mis directedeffort or unfortunate personalities Mothers are the natural allies of the educational forces Some of the things ocomplishcd by womens clubs are Traveling libraries patriotic humane and scientific temperance instructor manual training domestic science vacation schools playgrounds compulsory education child labor and pure food laws juvenilo courts industrial schools schoolrooms decorated arts and crafts revived higher salaries and pensions for teacher wl1r ffltftj and t1Jt QIuuntry 1JjU By MR c W ERNST EzAuUtint Pottmatter Boston Who has the better chance city or coun try boy Who has tho better prospect in thir world of cabbage or cauliflower It is im possible to predict certainty but after the record is made we can toll the tale and give a lot of reasons tome of them worthless Were the great and venerable question to be answered offhand one could lean toward the country boy especially if he grow upon a farm withcattle and horses orchards and honeybees or near the sleepless sea with its fishing and sailing and dashing Nothing can replace the train ing of plain country life with its constant call for selfhelp Its drawbacks A little rusticity that no afterpolish can wholly hide sometimes indicated by the boot he wears sometimes by that con fidence in ones own opinion which grows with success We are most of us at 40 and 50 much that we were at 12 and 18 The city boy sees and hears EO much that lie is in less danger of becoming Mr Knowitall with the usual fate of homemade fireworks Ilr is more docile than the country boy better fitted to meet people less anxious to advertise that he would like to impress somebody or something He learns early in life that whatever his merit there are others of great er meritCity boys make calm and conservative citizens the country boy sup plies hustlers and bustlers and tonguey sociologists that set the president right advise congress solve the railroad question and feel needlessly interested in all public utilities They like to go on committees and never fail to tell what they read in the paper as though others had no papers to read Yet the city must perish were it to depend wholly on city boys It is the country boyyes and the country girlthat makes the city grow A nation lacking in farmers is moribund The hope of the nation is the country home And so it is a good sign that efforts are making to revive country life to stem the furious rush from the country to the city We cannot carry the country to the city we can carry countless city resources to the country to fit country boys and girls bettor for the duties and high hopes of life IIi the last resort however every boy and girl citybred or country bred must take their own chances and all the consequences for better or worse for themselves and society at large votr far iallnt1- uwuluauly By MRS DONALD MLEAN Prtililtnt General of Daughters of American Revolution the ours with Iv IPractically I have never for one moment considered womans suf frage an imminent dan ger If at ever cpmea about at all Iam quite sure it will not be in my day As a matter of principle however I am opposed to it What true woman is not This new species of strongminded persona that call themselves women is not going to persist long I feel confident and they arc the only ones who take the subject very seriously Yes indeed I believe in women being publicspirited and above all things patriotic Sfy affiliation with the D A II shows quite clearly where I stand on that point and I believe tho work we have undertaken in that organization is quite as important though of quite a different nature as the work husbands do when they go to the polls every Novem ber and drop in a ballot or whatever they really do with itand then arc through with it all for another year We can show as much devotion to our country and do as much to purify politics by preserving tho memory of its great men as by running for office Womans influence in political affairs is even today as great as she desires to make it She can exer cise this influence upon her husband her brothers her sons her father Every man is susceptible to such in fluence and every woman who understands politics sufficiently to lie able to discuss them intelligently has already all the power she needs r I MOROCCAN TOWNS AND COAST IN ZONE OF PRESENT TROUBLE t lsE PN If SPAIN i I ATLANTI d AlGECIRAS W GIBRALTAR I AirtltRCEUTA lCEAN UNDER MlrttD NCN tANIIItI CertT L RASA UNDER rXCNCM o iEZ- a 1 CaSA ANCAOME Q UINET IaLNCNAND 3rANI3N JMAZACdN roura CON a li lA 14 SAFFi rh UNDt MINCN IIRUN tdltatltltVllln t dir41 ruu1111tl n MOGADOR W4DtfrarMCNcpNTPOytMJROCCOCITY P5lldtjhlllf Il Oc MARaAn43r1 p1 N e Inllt V- l I- mt 4flilffrlll 1 f itdlht1 of Disturbance ISceneWRIT OF ERROR IS GRANTED STANDARD OIL 18 PERMITTED TO TAKE ITS APPEAL Judge Grotscup However Refuses SIP peraedcai Without a Bond Other Than for Costa Chicago Judeo Peter S Gross chip of the United States circuit qqurt of appeals Friday afternoon granted to the Standard Oil company of Indiana a writ of error allowing tho defense to take its appeal from LI1ndlswhoof 29240000 lawyersNorltzhowever to obtain a supersedeas stay ing the execution of the Judgment dur- Ing tho review of the case by tho high er court without furnishing more than a bond for costs woro thwarted Special Asilstant District Attorney Jamtfc H Wilkerson and Assistant Dis trlct Attorneys Harry A Parkin and Francis Hanchctt appeared for the government to contest tho defendants attorneys In their efforts to obtain a supersedeas without any moro than one bond for costs It was the contention of tho govern ment that the bond should bo fixed at 29240000 the amount of tho fine im posed by Judge Landis in order to secure the government pending a stay executionTho of errors contains 116 citations In which Judge Landis Is declared to have erred during tho course of the trial of tho oil company It is tho contention of tho defense that the court erred in overruling and not sustaining tho demurrer to the in dictment on the ground that the Elkins act under which tho Indictment had been drawn had been repealed by the Hepburn bill New York Several stocks quoted in New York fell to new low record levels Friday Notable among them was Standard 011 which at ono time during the day reached 46ff tho lowest point touched in many years A little later the stock was offered at 475 with no bidders FOUR KILLED IN WRECK Pennsylvania Passenger Train Sideswiped By Runaway Coal Car PIttsburg PaFour persons were killed and 25 injured in a railroad wreck Tuesday on the Buffalo and Allegheny division of tho Pennsylva ala railroad at Kelly about 35 miles from this city The wrecked train was the Titusvlllo express which left Tltusvlllc Pa for this city at 710 ia Ufo morning At 1130 whllQ passing through Kol ly the train was sideswiped by a goc dola coal car and the engine tender baggage and express cars with the three day coaches were derailed The dead are Mrs Alonzo Huff and male infant of Johnstown Pa M B Irwin of Oakmont Pa engineer of tho passenger train and George Cocbran of Rlmesburg Pa Lady Godlva Rides Again Coventry England Mounted on a whlto palfrey and decorously clothed In masses of hair pink fleshings and clouds of gauze a modern Lady Godiva Tuesday gave a representation of the historic ride through the citys streets Many of the local clergy who had been preaching against tho fleshings as being suggestive of nudity left the city temporarily but most of the peo pie of the county and 80000 to 100000 from the outside had a sight of Lady Godlva as she traversed the six miles I Kansas Pioneer Is Dead El Dorado Kan NFFrazler pres- Ident Qr Ute Citizens State bank a pioneer and one qf Kansas wealthy rues died atjdq home here Thursday aged C2 years Boilermakers Wont Arbitrate Los Angeles Cat Striking boiler makers of the Pacific division of the Southern Pacific Friday declined the otter of arbitration submitted by the company The strike may be extend ed further east oa the Harriman UnesIDies ef Mushroom Poisoning Kalamazoo Illch Ernerson B Brownolle one of a party of 14 people who wore poisoned by mushrooms at Whites lake several days ago died Friday night at his home here K- WILLIAMS IS THE NOMINEE Vardaman Accepts Defeat In Mini sippi Senatorial Contest Jackson Miss The Demo cratic state executive committee hat declared Con gressman John Sharp Williams as the party nomi nee for the United States senate The canvass ol the returns show ed a majority ol C48 votes for Williams the total being as follows WlllIaniiE949D Vardaman 68848 J 8 Williams There will bf no contest over the result After a short caucus by the two fan lions it was finally agreed to abide by semiofficial return ns furnished Secretary of State Powers from the various counties and which show thai Mr Williams has a majority of 04S votes Tho motion to declare Mr Williams the nominee was seconded by the friends of Gov Vardaman The commit toto then formally declared Mr Williams nominated as United States senator This Is considered tho final settlement of the now cele bratod contest RAILWAY STRIKE MAY SPREAD Other Western Roads Threatened Citizens Man Fuel Train Denver Col There Is no prospcol of a settlement of tho strike oa the Colorado Southern road and It ma3 spread to other western railroads Grievance committees of the Denver Rio Grande and other roads are Ic the city and they will make a demon for an additional two cents an bout for the yardmen Sixteen of the larger mines neat Trinidad depending directly on the Colorado Southern for handllni their product closet down Wednesday To prevent the closing of theft mines and to relieve a threatened coa famine at Central City ten of Contra Citys most prominent citizens manned a train of fuel destined for that dis trlct Q W DELAMATER A SUICIDE Once Prominent Pennsylvania Politi clan Takes His Own Lift PIttsburg PaGeorge Wallace Del smatter once candidate for governo of Pennsylvania and who served ai state senator from Crawford county lulcldJbyIn this city Occupants of neighbor- Ing offices In tho Diamond National bank building found him dead with s 38callbcr bullet hole in his right tern pieGrief over tho death of his father George B Dclamatur at Meadvllle Pa on May C and the sudden death Of his son James Scott Dolamater in Juno at Connellsvllle Pa is believed to bo the cause of his suicide All Opium Dens Closed Canton China In accordance with the Imperial decree recently Issued all the opium dens In Can ton were closed Friday without dis turbance Tho departure caused re joicing throughout tho city the street were decorated and a number of playlusIIYolythoroughfares Allowed Early Trial Clinton III Circuit Judge Coch ran has allowed the petition of the defense for the immediate trial ol Fred Magill and his wife Fay Graham Magill who are under indictment charging responsibility for the death of Mrs Pot Maglll the first wife ol Magill Tho Magllls are at liberty on 5000 bonds pending trial Beautiful Ceremony In Rome Rome Tho anniversary of the cor onatlon of Pope Plus X was celebrated Friday in tho Sistine chapel with religious solemnity great pomp and magnificence All tho cardinal tho papal court tho diplomatic corps accredited to the Vatican the heads ol the religious orders and the members of tho Roman aristocracy wore pres ont forming a picturesque scene The papal secretary of state Cardinal Merry Del Val officiated Tho pope was seated on the thronG while the cbolr under Mgr Perosl sang I Mt v Idrti q 4 JiRESCUE OF A DRUNKARD t How Jimmy Was Led to Quit the Ac cursed Drink Habit J I Dr C L Goodoll of New York tell8 this story Jimmy was a member of 1 J the church but prosperity came toI s y Jimmy and as he got money ho for got God He fell Into bad company and began to drink all his fortune wan Interest In a whaling vessel went down Jimmys throat until he wasnt worth a dollar Ho had a place as W J salesman In tho fishing business that was all Ho hadnt been In a churehIfpr years but I noticed him ing one night sitting on tho back scat Somehow my heart was drawn to ward the follow and ho was moved by the heartfelt Interest that be knew I had In him so ho came leek alter week Sometimes ho would be sober and sometimes bo would bo so drunk that I hardly know If be could get out of tho church alone t- One Sunday night Jimmy came In and dropped heavily down In tho bank seal I was In the pulpit and I said 1InKsomething going on No Jimmy la sober enough BO that ho knows what Is going on After limo service was over Jimmy had taken his place again on the back seat I went to him and thjtow my arm around his shoulder 4 and talked to hint Ho said Doctor I want It and I am going to turn over a new loaf but I havo got to have tJust ono more drink I said to him vYou want something to oat Jimmy lie replied 1 guess you are right I havent had anything to eat today t got him down to a restaurant where they bad nothing but tea and coffee to drink I ordered bluck coffee and beefsteak and after be had eaten tho steak and drank two or three cups of coffee he began to feel quite like him self and ho said 1 feel better I guess I will go homo now I said twill go home with you At tho frontrsteps ho said goodnight I an swered I will go up with you to ourlroom and see you tucked Into bed1 So I stepped In and tucked him In bed and talked with him and then wont horne When ho hoard my lest echo t ing down tho street ho said to himself Now tho minister Is gone I williput on my clothes and go down and havo a good time lie get out ot bed and started to put on his clothe when all at once he slopped and said I wont do It 1 am a mean man but I am not mean enough to do that After tho minister was kind enough to como clear homo with mo and tuck me into bed I am not mean enough to go back on him A strange thIng happened when Jimmy woke up tho next morning for tho first time in 25 years he didnt want any liquor I rant tsplaln It but I know it la a fact that Jimmy didnt want any liquor and he didnt get any Ho went oa day after day and ho didnt want any liquor and he camo Into the meeting and gave his testimony CAUSING ALARM I AntiLiquor Measures In Franc to kCombat Evil Consequences of DrinkiTho rapidly Increasing consumption of alcohol In Franco with tho wide c spread evil resulting Is attracting the 1tserious attention of French statesmen Following tho example of Belgian and Swiss legislators a bill has been introduced c Into the legislature with a a view to restrict tho sale of strongly alcoholic drinks and to prohibit tho manufacture and sale of absinthe L Tho bill on Its Initial reading was en f dorsed by men of Almost all parties In tho chamber of deputies and Is strong ly supported by Interests outcldo the trade oxl8tIllng drinks to prevent tho manufacture oC obttalnliquid which In some brands contalnlitmoro than 70 per cent of alcohol has been strongly denounced on all sides tied will be completely suppressed by the present drastic measure It sue con tully adjusted by tho government In regard to revenue Missouri Becoming Temperance State If the antiliquor sentiment In this state continues to Increase as it has tAUssprohibition list declares MaJ James r i H Whllccotton representative In limeI landMay 18 the governor In his message 7 Urged a law for local option by wards in cities ot over 25000 110pulatloltIIyA4 W C T Uat Jamestown iThe National W C T U has a clad exhibit at tho Jamestown apei 1 + 0 lion Rest rooms are being conductedI under W C T U auspices and Infor everyThursday IIW C T U day on vhlch occasion National President Lillian M N Stevens and National Vice President 4Anna A Gordon spoke tTbe l JjdemllieThcWIdowYesCromhnngtEV O around saloonsDaily News 5 unTHE FIRST DOAT DUILDER Some Interesting Facts Concerning A Common Insect Would you believe that It was our constant and most affectionate friend tho mosquito who built the first boat Often on small quota you may see a tiny soot black barge floating about This is filled with peat rownof egcs No matter how wild a storm rages The Queer coat tho little boat tossed and tumbled from side to side will never sink In a few days out of it come quan titles ot wrigglers hungry as wolves They feast on tho scum nnd minute vegetation that covers tho pool and In a week or two from each wriggler emerges a mosquito At first their wings era wot and closely folded Bo each mosquito uses his larval skin for The Mosquito S a fairy boat to float about In white be alra and dries his wings but as soon as he la able to fly oil ho goes to lunch upon you or me or tho first person bo can spy Cincinnati En qulrer A New Baby Next time you visit the zoo ask thorn It they tan show you a baby hippopotami Tho London zoo has one lies such a quaint big baby with the pinkest of toes and legs and a fat plumcolored pudding shaped body lIes a dreadfully tat young man this Master Hippo with no lone than four double chins and ho weighs about 180 pounds I shouldnt like to have to carry him very far would you This baby hlppopotamu has confe all the way from Nigeria In Africa and ho seems to have settled down qulto happily In his new Lome There aro qulto a lot of baby ant mall lust now at the venous zoos so mind you look out for them tho next time you go some of them are such pretty interesting little creatures A PICTURE PUZZLE Cut diagonally and place so u to make n complete picture Philadel phia Leader Three Brave Little Ones One Bummer evening two boys and 9 i IAa girl who were rowing oft Sea View 1Jei tho llo of Wight were horrified to- tf see a man slip on tho slimy green woods on tho landing stage and fall into tho water just as the South Sea ateimer was leaving Grownup peo plo aro famous for losing their heads r la the presence of sudden danger but theso young children kept theirs fulling to the spot as fast ns they theRianboat but in order to prevent him from cupslilng It they got him to work himself along to the stern Flying Matches Little Irene who had just moved mto tho country from the city of Now York was sitting oa the porch with her brother Edgar They had never ricen lightning bugs before so they were surprised when they saw several bugs flying and lighting in the salr They are bugs cried Edgar No theyre not declared Irene f theyre matches in the air A Study In Anatomy Sadie was 11 and Alice was seven At luncheon Sadie said I wonder what part of an animal a chop la Is Ifajegt i rot course not repUcI Allco its k fl FTwboae Havent you byer heard C 91 ajtlaiali licking their chops r FREE N EQ11AL Story of a Cow that Belonged to t Little Girl Lend Ago Debbie lived ling long ago when the colonists were taking a firm stand for freedom Ever since tho child Independencehad maiden her stout little heart beat furiously when alto heard tho story of tho famous Boston Tea Party Tho following year when England shut up tho harbor of Boston her yoa lashed fire and she then resolved to stand closo to her country and her people Her brother John lad bcoa shot dead at tho battle of Xmkcr 11111 and Debbie wept hot tear In her coarse homespun apron but iho dried them In a sort of strange delight whoa brother Tom buckled on his sword and followed George Washington to the war Tom wrote homo a glowing account of the fight they were making itsour shirts and Its liberty or death wo have engraved In our nearts After reading the letter Debbies fa thor grimly smiled and turning to his two younger boys ha said Just watt and how yourselves lu readiness Well have tho war nt our own doors before it la all over DebMo longed to be a boy so that she might fight the Britishers on her own account but was only 12 years of ago and she had much to io In tho household so had little time for patriotic dreaming When Debbie had been eight years old two very important events hap pened Ono was the signing of tho Declaration of Independence and tho other was tho birth of a calf in her fathers barn The calf she named Freen Equal and tho animal grew up to deservo Iff name Preen Equal was Debbies only playmate lu there were no other children within six miles of her homo Debbie confided all her aocrel to this favorite and oven consulted it about many Important undertak lags Soon after Tom died during that awful winter nt Valley Forgo and then Debbie sobbed her grief In Free nEquali sympathetic ear Her fa ther and her remaining brothers went to join the army The cows lox rncoo plainly said to tho girl Im very sad over your misfortunes and then tho girl shook her head proudly brushed away her tears and er claimed Ill take care of mother Tho Britisher soon surrounded the Smith home and Debbie and her mother lived a poor lonely and des perate life in their midst One day when the child returned homo with a bundlo of sticks on her back for the days cooking her mother met her at tho door and said Debbie they have driven oil Freen Equal Thoy piped the girL Whor Tho British soldiers They tied a rope around her horns and drove her into camp Debbie uttered a cry and darted from tho house and rantho yellow sunbonnet back on her shoulders and her brown curls covered with dust ran miles until she reached Lord Cornwall headquarters Without waiting for permission she passed sentinel and all and walked Into tho room where Cornwallls and some of his men eat eating and drinking Im Dobblo Smith and I came to get Froe n Equal Who may that person bor In qulred tho general My cow They carried her off Who are you and where do you live Im Debblo Smith I live three miles from here and=Your father Hes In Gen Gates army Mr Cornwnlll Oh ho U a repel 1s ho Yes air answered Debbie proud Iy And so are my brothers Rank rebels and yet you come hero for your cow Is she a rebel toot If she had less born and two less legs I have no doubt shed bo a red hot ono Lord Cornwall laughed loud and long Then he said Como here my little meld I myself will see that you got your cow back safe And perhaps be added unfastening a pair of silver knee buckles which he woro perhaps you will accept these from One who wishes no harm to theee rebels Then he arose and holding high his glass ho aald Hcrec to tho health of as fair a little rebel M we shall meet and God bless herl She dropped a courtesy clasped her gift to her hear and wan tome glad to have her Freen Equal all her own again THE GREEDY BOY The Night After the Feast She Was Indignant A little girl camo homo flushed with indignation because she had beef kept In to correct her exam pies Mamma Ill never speak to Joanlo Smith again as long as I live she exclaimed Why what has Jeanlo done to deserve that Be causewoll because r copied all her arithmetic and every sun ol hers was wrong Israel Journeying to Canaan Sundijr School LessoalorAu12S1907 Specl lly Prepared tor This Paper 101113zIOOLDEN TKXTAnd the lord wont before them by day In a pillar of a cloud to lend them the way and by nlRht In n pillar of lire to give them HlthtEx 133- T1MBU C 1490 according to the common chronology Scholars are di Ytaralaterness Journey the new start from SInaI began on the 50th of the second month of the second year after leaving Egypt May They had pent about a year at Sinai the 20th day of the leeand month was May SI In 1902 and will be May 4 In 191- xPLACEThey started from SInai near the southern point of the penlniuta between the two northern arm of the Red sea They moved In a northerly di rection Into the wilderness of Iariin or the Tlh Tee the great barren region between SinaI and the southern bonier of Paleitlnn Comment and Suggestive Thought The Israelites had now remained nearly n year at Sinai where they were Bdfe from attack from Egypt on the scattered population ot the desert All this time they Had beta In Gods school preparatory to their longer training and discipline In the wilder non Tho people loft Egypt a mere crowd of fugitive slaves with only the rudi monte of national organization and tho dimmest religious Ideas Out the Interval had effected an Immense change They had now become an or ganized people with laws a constitu lion or covenant a priesthood a relig ious ritual and house of worship and with a political and military organlza lion under judges and officers placed over thousands hundreds fifties and tons Ex 1825 Duet 115 and a general council of 70 elders Ex 241 Num 1116 2420 which the rabbis believe was the origin of tho Ban hedrlm Make a record of their experiences during this year and show how each one was a propagation for their com Ing life According to the census of Numbers 1 and 2 there were G03t GO men 20 years old nnd upwards besides the 22 273 Levltoa This would naturally Im ply about 2000000 In nil But Prof Willis J Bccchor of Auburn Theolog ical seminary In a lecture not long ago suggested that the enumeration may have been technical just as we count an army A regiment consists of 1000 men while often In various ways not moro than 400 or 500 are present and yet we call It a regiment 600000 may be equivalent to COO reg iments the thousands containing but a few hundreds so that there may not have been more than 300000 men or 1000000 persons In all This schooling was like a prepara tory school education for young peo plo The Pillar of Cloud and of Flre Two symbols ot God always went beI tore the people on their march The ark of God containing the twp tables of the Law the covenant of tho pea pie with God and over It the guiding pillar of cloud by day and of lire by night rising high above the halt a conspicuous object that could be teen not only by the marshaled host but by the scattered companies ot women and children as they fed their flocks and followed afar off the marvelous signal ot the divine presence A great host marching through a country with out roads or other marks ot clvlllza tion must bo provided with some con spicuous object to servo as a signal to the main body and to all straggling parties connected with It Hence the round grate full at kin dIed fuel elevated on a pole which was carried before caravans and armies In the east The ancient Per signs carried a sacred lire In sliver altars before their armies and other ancient nations observed a similar custom For fuller description see Num 91523A Guidance Tho Lord wag guiding the people to the promised land Wo can Imagine them saying Now that the Lord guides us we will be led only In pleasant ways In green pastures and besides still waters away from dangers and enemies away from serpents and drought and hunt ger and we will reach the promised land by tho shortest route In the quickest time But as a matter of fact tho Lord had led them into the trouble by the Rod sea Into tho dry and thirsty land where no water was Giving the InvltlltlonEvcl Chris Dan should be ablo to give just such an Invitation as this He knows whither heIs going and what joys are suro at the end of tho journey Tho power of the Invitation lies in our own appreciation of tho blessingsof the Christian Ute God wants you to be a Christian not only because it la best for you but because there Is work for you to do in his kingdom there are multitudes to help battleg to tight victories to gain tho kingdom of God to come the world to bo redeemed Practical Point Ruskin says that no good work Is done for hire Like Uunyans Pilgrim we are on our way to our promleed landthe heavenly character the heavenly life the heavenly conditions described In Revelation 21 22 Tho wise person always seeks tho aid of the more experienced as Moses desired the help ot Hobnb Get all the help you can iron parents teachers friends You will have enough to do to find tho right way wad to do tho right thing after fou hhfo received all they can give you 1 DEVERIDGE EDDY NUPTIALS SENATOR WEDS CHICAGO GIRL AT BERLIN Civil Ceremony Preceded by Religious OneLatter Takes Place In Embassy Berlin United States Senator Albert J Beverldgo of Indiana and Miss Katherlno Eddy of Chicago daughter of Mr and Mrs Augustus N Eddy and niece of Mrs Marshall Field were married in the American embassy shortly after noon Wednesday A civil ceremony preceded the religious one wcr1dlngIIplace according to German require Mrs A J Beveridge meats Through the influence ot Am bassador Charlemagne Tower and the activity of Spencer Eddy a brother of the bride now first secretary of tho embassy much of the elaborate red tapo was done away with But the beautiful Chicago girl was com polled to sign and countersign many omclal documents which bad how- e er been arranged and prepared for her under the legal eye of the bride groomThe formal witnesses of the civil marriage wero E L McLaln of Green field Ohio a cousin of Senator Bever ldgo and John C Shaffer ot Chicago The religious ceremony in the embassy was hardly less simple than the civil rites Only relatives and Inti mate friends wero present At 1230 oclock the bridal party arrived in carriages from the visit to the regis trars office They were at once ad milted to the main hall of the embas sy whero the service took place un der the direction of Rev Thomas C Hall professor of theology in the Union Theological Seminary in New York FAST TRAIN IN ACCIDENT Twentieth Century Passengers Have Close Call Chicago The Twentieth Cen cry train westbound on the Lake- Shore railway met with an accident Friday hear Chesterton lad A heavy freight train eastbound parted when not far from Chesterton and the rear part of tho train buckled throw- Ing several cars on the westbound track Before tho men on the freight wgre awaro of the accident the Twen tieth Century train camn along and struck the freight cars which had boon thrown in the way It reduced these cars to kindling wood and two of the leading cars In the passenger train wero thrown from the track They did not go Into tho ditch but remained standing beside the rails The passengers wero slightly shakes up but none of them was Injured Engineer Downey and Conductor Schultz of the Twentieth Century were slightly but not seriously Injured by flying fragments ot tho freight carsThe Twentieth Century was de layed about three hours In reaching this city Washington Building Stops I Washington As a result of the general strike ot building trades unions more than 160 union mechan ics failed to report for work Friday pi buildings being constructed by contractors affiliated with the Employers association Fourteen buildings rep resenting a total cost ot more than 1000000 are tied up Fifty non union mechanics from New York Philadelphia AnVI PI ttrfUurk went to work on the now Academy of Music one of tbe buildings affected Tho Employ ers association will not tolerate the closed shop Peace In Wyoming Coal Field Denver ColTho joint convention of the United Mines Workers of Amer- Ica and the Operators representing every mine in Wyoming reached an agreement Thursday which means per manent peace in the Wyoming coal field The terms of settlement wore An eight hour day effective September 1 a wage increase approximately 20 per cent more for eight hours than formerly paid for ton hours an Im provement In the workIng conditions all along the Hue and the companies to furnish checkoff men t 1855 Berea College 19078 e FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of allt Orer 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library IB Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other title I himself where he can make most rapid progress I Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singles Blblo Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fraction and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yearn 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 thta course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall sod winter terms Is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin roman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical course with use ot laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educatlotl31Itandardl I NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables cneo get a firstclass certificate Following years wluter and spring terms goo the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necea nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days r Beroa Collego Is not moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students fa paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon eacto student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoyla who are supporting Herea In order that it may train young men and woneu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ol 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 and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Bfiroa live In College buildings and assist In Work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to tbe value of their labor In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn ns mitch as 35 cents a week Somo 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 overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary article at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in wick students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot beddlag and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe tall and 160 In Winter For room furnished fuel llgbU wash ing of bedding 40 cent a week ta tall and spring CO coats In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit1 ea euarantae for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and to returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help oa expenses for oare ot cool build- Ings hospital library eto Student pay nothing for tuttloa or services of teachers all our Instruction te a tree gift The Incidental Fee for moat students Is 500 a term S4OO In lower Model Schools 1600 IB courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee ud roorf rest by the term board by the halt term Installments are M follows FALL 14 week 52950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 1N00 deposit mWdleot term 9t5I rWINTER 12 week 2900la one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle = ct term 900 REFUNDING Student who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board la full except that BO allowance tc made for any fraction of a week OB room all but fifty antsy but no allowance for any fractloa ot a u monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It ha within tow fernae but making no allowance for any traction of a month f IT PAYS TO 8TAY When you have wade your Journey mall are well started in school it pays to stay as long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the fall term Is September 111907 For information or friendly advice write to tie Seor tery WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes of the mea sad boys Rio see Ii The moenkla peoifte tills a good thing when they see It and to get a iB oelat t knife with two blades of razor steel anda debar paper thai worth BBorato the mountain people than any other d Uar yap r e ta the world t Tilt Knife att4 The Citizwi for One Dollar I vJ I That brings fa wliMiittloM nil tbe tla IM fill fwmltw Ifsi ot page 4 a eIL eyL ITHE HOME I Applo Shortcake Make a rich biscuit crust and bake it in n shnllow pan When it ilt donQ split it Open butter pnoh piece and on ono arrange a layer of apples cooked slowly in syrup until they are tender Put qn tho other half bottom npuurd and cover it with the fruit Fat with cream und shaved um pie sugar Soalloped Applos t Fut into the bottom of n buttered baking dish a layerYof apples Sprinkle it With labs of butter sugar and cinnamon Add mother lay r used Distribute bitter over tho top of apples and continuo until all aro until done The apples should turo of the dish Bako very slowly mahogany red A little water may bo needed in tho bottom of the dish a Always bake apples in a slow oven for a long time Then tho skin will be tender and the pulp well flavored A quick fire will give a burnt surfaces and tastoless pulp Sweet apples and sweet potatoes are tho better for long slow baking t ITHE SCHDOr1i Problems of the District School lly Prof Dlniinoro Part 41The School In Progress 2 Tardiness and Irregularity These are sore spots In many a teachers life Pupils como straggling in all tho way from nine ocloc till noon Perhaps for some trivial excuse they will remain out for a whole day or for several days No satisfactory results ran bo achieve under such conditions Causes must be discovered and remedies applied f Tho causes of tardiness are laziness thoughtlessness or bad judgment The first is the worst because the hardest to cure it is not prevalent and the writer at least does not believe it is inherited but acquired very Like everything else good or bad it is catching Parents have it and children catch it from them When laziness is plainly evident as occasionly happens it may be made the subject of general talk in which the evil results and the sin of it are plainly pointedout The writer recalls when a boy reading a sentence like this A lazy boy makes a lazy man just as surely as a crooked sap ling makes a crooked tree It made a deep impression upon him and hi has since used it to good effect upon schoolchildren It leaves so little room for doubt that it is really alarming The general talk will make public sentiment and form a basis for personal application kindly made in private just where it is needed Tin children may be told to coax their parents to call them earlier and lot thom have their breukfustn iu order to be at school on time If all such mean fail severer measures may be resorted to The writer ouco visited ti school of second grade pupils in the early morning While the opening exercisoi were in progress two children entered and stopped just inside the door Instautly the whole school broke into a song on the evils of tnrdiiiosi directing their words immediately to the two culprits who stood looking much embarrwed and ashamed The teacher told us she was crow very pelled to resort to this method and that it was working most effectively Some parents while not lazy are easy and indulgent mid give but little attentiou as to wht her or nut the children meet their obligations These are the thoughtless ones While in a general way bulioviug in an education they do not appreciate the value of discipline oar roidize how fatal to success is the habit of tardiness Such people wed to have their attention called to the fuel thut the most valuable part of an wluontion is not the knowledge derived from books but the forming of correct habits Knowledge altho essential is not sufficient A man may have nil the knowledge that a human being can acquire and yet bu a failure A well ordered life ill as essential as learning The third class arethoso who are afflicted with ball Judgment t who imagiue that an hour more or less off the school day ill of trifling importance They make the children do chows and run errands and keep them going hot foot until when they reach school their energy is spent und the best part of the day is lost They have no conception of the value of a childs time other than for physical labor They do not stop to reflect that the foundationlaying period is the most precious part of life because upon it the childs future usefulness depends Herein lies their error The sad part of it is that the bulk of the loss hills upon the children who can never recover Jost time and lost opportunity and upon the country which sin never receive the trained service it had provided for The causes of tardiness are equally applicable to much of the irreg ularity of attendance altho at times there are good and sufficient rtmsoun for detention at home Sickness bad roads inclement weather are some of them No blame attaches to any one when such is the case but still it must ba remembered that the loss is just as great in the one case as in the l other Tho difference is the one deserves pity and the other blame TIlt treatment of these unfortunates who are unavoidably detained should be very different from that of the others who wilfully remain away All that is possible should be done to enable them to keepup in their studios The teacher should see to it that they have their books and tudy at home The lessons of each day with such instructions as are necessary should be sent them If he can call in the evening and render personal aid ho will be doing a righteous act and his sacrifice is almost certain to be repaid with abundant gratitude The best time to cure an evil is at its beginning When the first tardiness occurs make much of it It is an important matter and dese rues particular attention With kindly solicitude inquire very carefully into the cause Express deep regret that it should have anppenedand pass righteous judgment on the cause if in your opinion lvas not suffi cient Make the offenders feel that it ia not a matter of little or no im portauce but that it is a serious thing The schools of the country are of as great importance as the army and a greater safeguard to the nation A soldier must report for duty unless unable to do so A pupil is under as great obligations to the school It is his duty to be there regularly and on time If the first cast is thus treated it will make n deep impression upon the whole school and if followed up persistently for a few weeks the evil will be stamped out L Suspiciously Bad Cold Why do you ask mo where I was lust nlghtr he queried Didnt I phono you specially that I was nearly dead with a cold and was goIng straight home and go to bed1 Yes she assented and I would have bet Ilova4 you tco If you hadnt coughed v terribly o 9r the phone I Boy as Household Servants Housemen and housoboys are beIng Introduced with great success la houses In Melbourne Australia to al levlate the domestic servant problem Boys it Is found work more quickly than girls Embarrassed by a Bulldog Walter Godden of the Tlnklepaugh laundry while making hIs rounds for laundry was pursued by a bulldog which seized bla clothing at the alt ting dorrn part and tore out a good sized pi4 The young maa wu compelled to dleapyar from the pub lie streets until he had roads a ehaaee of ctotkUr Oieaa N T Herald l Valuable Mahegany Tres treecutr4 = Some Men Some root said Uncle Eben Is like locomotive whistles Day don do no partlolar work but dey manages to kop a lot o people awake nIghts Washington Itar Its Aft Right In Washington Iron Man Falls Dead reads a headline In the New York Tribune The strenuous life in New York must be Retting pretty near the limit when even iron men give out Washington Post =f A Reason Wrlgbt Havent sold those craz reran yet 1 suppose 1 PenmanYes I have You dont mean 1tT Yes I do and Ill tell you a funny thing about It There wore only 20 lines aad the editor paid me for 40 That accounts for It The editor wu seeing double the day Jie bought em Real Mri ImlUtlM Love There ara tw kinds of lovettws genuine thai rvea and the Itnltatlea that demand Ulyltud I A DIRECT CHARGE Commissioner of Corporations Sml Issues Third Arraignment of Standard 011 r HOW CONSUMER IS SQUEEZED Enjoying Practically a Monopoly af the 011 Tads This Corporation Extorts Such Prices as Its Greed Dlc tate and Consumer Is Powerless Washington Aug nIn the bu = ness of selling petroleum products In foreign countries the price policy ot the Standarl 011 company hu bean apparently to sacrifice the Interests of the American consumer for the pur pose of securing the Standards tor elgn business This direct charge la made In an of fetal report to President Roosevelt by Herbert Knox Smith commissioner or corporations in submitting to him further results of the investigation of the operations of the Standard Oil con parry by the bureau of corporation Part 3 of the report dealing with dls criminations In prices consists of a detailed summary of the work of Ute Investigators and a letter of trai mlttal of the report to the president Commissioner Smith asserts that the Standard enjoying practically IIIn absolute monopoly of the oil trade In this country has charged such prlCPI as it could thereby extott and the American consumer has had to YY these prices Mooting oompctitic abroad It has given tho foreign consumer enormously lower prices an It has used the profits made at hon to maintain its position abroad II that the American consumer has bepn severely discriminated against for the purpose of maintaining not the dam inanco of American export trade but the dominance of a particular comb nation which has used its power fr quently and conspicuously to the dill publleIcoo tht varying prices of oil In this country It is pointed out that as the Standar dooa business directly with tho retail dealers it la in position to make dlr ferent prices on tho same grade of 011 In different localities and it actually takes advantage of that position In localities where the Standard has nc competition it exacts immensely high pr prices for Its products than It charges in localities where it Is oblige to meet competition Some astonishing statements too are made regard Ing the methods pursued by the StnIdard toward various railroads country In supplying to them their necessary lubricating oils Some llnr which havo shown a disposition and havo the power to compound their own lubricants obtain favorable rates from the Standard but from all other roads the highest prices are exacted Saw Examiner and Is Missing Dlllsboro Ind AUf 10 Mystery surrounds the dlsapx arance of Fret ubbe cashier of the First National bank It Is feared by his family and rlend that he has committed suicide Tho last seen of Lubbe was Thurada morning a little before 9 oclock when a bank examiner came here and met him In the street The examiner skcd Lubbe what time the bank rouU open and Lubbe replied that It would be open for business at 9 clock That was the last seen ol lUbbo In this place It Shook the Town Detroit Mich Aug nTwo men were killed three more probably fa- tany Injured and scores of people yore slightly hurt by the explosion ot half a car of nitroglycerine at the MichIgan Central railroad staUonat Issflx Ontario seventeen miles in land from tho Detroit river Practi cally every building In tho little town ot 1600 people was Injured many of them being blown to pieces Tw Drowned at Springfield Springfield 111 Aug lUenry O Hartman was drowned Sunday whom a gasoline launch In which he was ding struck the brMgo and sank uguat Fessor of Christian county wa- also drowned while swimming MARKET QUOTATIONS revolting Current Prices for Grain and Livestock I Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagoa 82c No2 red 83c CornNo2 55c Oats Ne 2 mixed 48V4o Hay Clover 1200 1400 timothy 20002100 millet 1100 Q 1160 CattleU5 sip 716 ogs 14800825 Sheep 30031450 amb4OOrgy700Cincinnati and Livestock WheatNo 2 red 88c Corn No- 68Hc2 OatsNo2 48c Cattte i25COO Hogs J510835 Shee- pU00500LambllU71S775 Chicago Grain and Livestock WheatNo2 red 87Hc Corn lo 265c Oats No2 43c Ca- tUel3teers 45001780 stockers and seders 12600500 Hags560 630 Sheep 3J3Q 625 Lambs 1500785 New York Livestock Cattle 460700 JlogsU50 100 ghcep 3509560 LambsMO- ease East Bwftale Llvttteok Cattle 4500700 Hogs 6650 IH Steep 1350800 Lambs l0t 710- TcUrf WhMt et 11e Po Mat ull 87e J NEWS OF KENTUCKY Twsloy Told Information Concern Millers of Currant Interest to Kentuckians S THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Acourattly Detail the Happenings of the Largest 1m port Which Ar Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Aug 12Dud nnd Charles Tarr negroes wore spIrited from Jail at Georgetown Sunday by Sheriff Warring and brought to thIs city to prevent being mobbed Tho negroes walked Into tho place of bllll laces of Albert Sacro last week and after forcing him Into a quarrel struck him across tho head with a club Crom which he has been gradually dylt Sheriff McElroy of Fayotto county hns prepared to defend the jail should n mob como to this city to lynch tho negroes SAYS ROBBINS WAS UNFAIR Caleb Powers Presents Affidavits to Support His Assertion Georgetown Ky Aug 7Cnlob Powers has Issued n statement In which ho gives the affidavits of CourI menA N Bradley Jr L L Drl tow W II Johnson end O W John son making charges affecting tho alleged Improper conduct of SpecIal Judge Robbins In tho former trial of tho case against Powers The state ment and affidavits cover seven typewritten pages and are signed by Gale Pwors who gives them for the purpose of showing why ho believed Judg Robbins would not vivo him a Cnlr trial Tho affidavit of ono of the afl ants A N Bradley Jr Is selected for pUbllcaUou because It elaborates the charges perhaps moro explicitly than the others The affidavit of Mr Brad- leyI followsThe A N Bradley Jr states that ho Is a citizen and rcsldcn of Georgetown Scott county Kentucky that ho attended the last trIal of the case of tho comomnwealth oC i Kentucky vs Caleb Powers held at a special term of the Scott circuit court July 1903 that Joseph E RabbI presided at said trial that affiant war present in the court room after said cause was submitted and before the verdict war rendered that while usaid Jurors were still In tho petit Jar room considering their verdict saw Robbins during the absence of the defendant from tho court room Uif the bench f n two ocoaslons and west Into the room where the jury was then deliberating and closed the door of entrance to said Jury room and rumalnet on each occasion for an appreciable length of time STILL AFTER HARQIS state Renews Murder Case Although Prosecution Was Once Dismissed Lexington Ky Aug GCIUng- cases In the courts of Massachusetts and Minnesota as a precedent Attorney Bird and Beverley R Jouett who have for five years prosecuted fudge James Hargla and other Breath Itt county men for the various assas nations there will go before the Kentucky court of appeals and ask that the case against Judgo Hargla Cor the murder of Dr B D Cox betaken up again Two weeks ago at Sandy Hook El ott county Hargla was dismissed by udge Moody on the charge or killing Cox as the attorneys for the prosecu conunuancelTheDntlauance that they could not secure Important witnesses When Harglf was dismissed Bird and Jouett began investigating court ports of other states and found that Innecots and Massachusetts higher jurts had decided that a defendant bad not been in jeopardy when die ilesod because of the withdrawal 01- the prosecuting attorneys and that the case could be legally reopened hey will ask that Hargis be tried forI tiling Cox as they claim to havrItrong evidence against him Judge Hards was here today and laId he had no fear of the outcome evea It he were tried for the murder as he would easily come clear Tom ockrill whose family have been InI a feud war with the Harrises for any years has gone to North Dakota tying he has enough of the feuds Wants erg Convention Louisville Aug 7In opening a gorous campaign to secure the next Democratic national convention for julsvllle Governor J C W Beck ham United States Senators James B cCrrary and Thomas H Paynter Mayor Robert W Blngham of Louis rille and all the members of Kentue ys delegation in the lower house of ingress both Democratic adneibllcan have united in a joint letter o the members of tho Democratic national committee Inviting and rti lestlng them to hold the next nation al gathering IN this city Imprisoned Their Jailer Mayfleld Ky Aug 9Noall Colte- and lOft Frazier young white boys Ia jail here charged with etore break lag while ia the jallyard fastened the keeper in jail and made their escape over the high wan It was an- lIour before the jailer was rescued from jorlsoa i r 4 0+0+0 o+o pod o+o+ O +o +o+o+ol4opo +o+o+o+o+o+o4 o+o+o+e+ I 0 THE WEALTH OF A + i NATION i I Depends oq the Thrift of Its People and the 5 o + t I NATIONAL BANK I i Is the Natural and safe Depository for That Wealth I I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f o I =THEM I Berea National Bank- S I i E WELCH Hroaldont J L CAY Cashlor j0+o++o +od +o+0o+0100+0 +0+o+010 +o+o+0+010 0+o+0oi 00 +o +o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+ OOloO +O +O+00+O+O+O+O +O+O + 04t tIfYou Are Looking ForiI Bargains iYou must Not Pass This StoreCIo tAnice lino of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves etc at Bargain Prices t tInMens Goods We have the best lino of Prew and Work 1 Shirts Overlmllfl Gloves SuflrmmlorH Undorwenr HnlMioefl hats t Collars Tlee etc 5 Also souse lixtra values In I Suitsi1 AffiLSeU Groceries Tinwaro and Queenswaro and I pay tQ JI es for Produce iliYours for Business fpyes Cash Storew l aa i Kytfvo+o+o++O+o+oo to+o++Oo+owu +o+utu+o+ooo+u+o+oi Yaw from Iloms Salem Girl I am often asked It our home soi ence course fits girls for earning theIr living as well as fur home life The best answer for this Is some extracts from letters I have recently received One girl writes from Lincoln Nob raaka where sho is spending the sum mer with a sister At present 1 am asbusy as a bee as my sister has boon In Colorado for a little over a week and she left her house and babies to be taken care of My such a ntepmotherl You would laugh to see nip managing my three Infants and I enjoy It very much In deedThat she has managed the thru infants well I am sure because know her as a faithful capable girl That she has impressed others with her capability Is shown by this extract a little farther along My sisters doctor a lady wants me to work for her just taking what she calls convalescent cases and wher there are just light cases of slckncsi where they need a little help She says she has more such cases than she can supply This girl Is not a trained nurse but has taken our work in Homo Nursing Sho can cook and sew and help amuse the children and taro for light cases of sickness in an Intelligent manner In short she la just the kind of girl many a doctor would like to have to send to t wornout arolmoronurso in any other than severe cases of sickness Another girl just barely sixteen who went to atarwith a friend of ours near Chicago wrltelt I like it up here It Is a lovely place and I like Mrs W and the chil dren She gives mo two dollars a week and I just take care of the children The little girl sleeps with me and stays with mo all tho time They are just plain people and It seems al roost like home now We are all goIng to the lake before long Mrs IV is very good to me Sho mends and sews for me just as shu does for herself She treats me just like she does the rest I am learning fist to cook and do housework It Is not much different from hare Isnt that pretty good for a six teen year old girl to be earning two it I N dollars a week and her board while practically taking tho place oC an older daughter in a beautiful Christian homo That Mrs W appreciates the ar rangement Is shown by her letter to mo In which she says I was never able to leave the children for an even- Ing out with my husband until L came as I had no ono I could trust them with Mrs W paid tho tare to Chicago for this girl and when L can help her with tho cooking and housework so Mrs W does not have to keep another girl she is to set four dollars a weekI give other letters but these will show what useful and honorable positions some of our gIrls are filling after only one year of our Homo Science training The One Thing That Counts It Is sot the amount of money the amount of power the amount of brains that a man has but his character which counts nuskla Lesson In Physiognomy It la all right to rave over Grecian noses In poetry but the nose we ad mire n everyday lit is the nose that s kept out of other peoples 4 Atchison Globe bualawC J Is It Yotir Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Aycrs Hair Vleorl Heres an intro duction I May the acquaintance result in a heavy growt- hofrlchthickElossyhair And reknow youll never be gray t tlilnV lint Aim a lUIr Vtimr li th tnnit wnnilarful hlrttnwr flu I w aver m I h r u rJ U tar n nit time surf I rmi truth fully oa r the t tin rntlr pt t K with It I cliwrfnllr r rrtimiii1 p rallun HIM V caIwyl4udllsth 4 yrOACoLoIIKaAI SAINJ4PAiIKUr CI CHEMtV KCTOCAU d j 1 0 MOORS BEATEN BACK FRENCH REPULSE ATTACKS ON CASABLANCA CAMP MANY NATIVES ARE SLAIN Warships Effectively Support the Land Forces Occupation IB Approved Further Details of Bombardment of the City Casablanca Tho Moors Thursday night renewed their attempt to luvado Caaablanca but wore repulsed with heavy losses by the Sire from the war ships All the consulates hero lira uow guarded by machine guns Tho total of tbo Moorish losses hero Is estimated at 2000 Attacks Twice Repulsed Tangier News has been re calved here that Arab tribesman who had gathered from tho surround ink country to tho number of flvo or six thousand swept down upon dun Drudos camp outside Casablanca Thursday afternoon They wore driven off with considerable loss Later they renewed tho attack and again wore repulsed The French troops are In splendid condition and spirits Tho warships supported them during this attack by keeping up a steady shell fire on the horsemen When the French consul from Casa blancA arrlvod here Friday ho received a totter tram Muloy Araln the mill tary governor of Casablanca officially approving tho action of the French torsos and asking the aid of Franco In Inflicting punishment upon altA tore The latest advices received hero do oat confirm the reported bombardment of Mazagan Advices from Iogndori dated August 7 say was e f quiet thoro then and that no trouble apprehended unless European If tibns resulted from the born bUfdraeni Of Casablanca Morocco tiller is quIetS Europeans Killed Further particulars of the bombard meet ot Casablanca allow that when Ailtolral Phlllbortii squadron arrived off that port the armorod cruiser Condo and Hlolro bombarded tho outskirts of tho city while the Jeanne DAre shotted the Arab quarter So soon as the foreign legion landed tho pates were tattered down tbo soldier took ftowwialon of the ramparts and tho streets were cleared by the In fantry with the use of rapid fire guns The Du Chayla betoro sailing for Maiagan asked for some troops to lard thorn but Admiral 1hlllbort do dined saying he was unable to spare thorn He seat the Admiral Aubo to rolssfore the Du C1alaiThe FriWti warships and OnlllM are at Rabat and the Du Chayla U still at Matagan Admiral 1hlllbort hM Issued a proclamation at both pieces warning tho natives that the lost not of hostility against Europeans will result In tho towns being tawplotciy destroyed The sacking of Capo Juby occurred July 30 Particulars of Bombardment Parts Admiral Phlllbortii report to Marine Minister Thomson says that August 7 the Du Chayla lost flvo man killed and adds that there wero also a number of killed and wounded among the Spanish farces Tho Moorish losses on account of tho cross fro of tho Galileo and Forbln wero Iugo- Tho camp material and soldier wero debarked at night by tho aid of the searchlights of tho warships 8pccliLdlspatchcs from Tangier os tlthnto tho Moors losses In tho 49 hours fighting at from lEOO to 2000 menA battalion of tho Twonty fourth Colonial Infantry at Perplgnan has been ordered to got ready for scrilco InMoroccoFive gunboats arc ready to tall for Morocco from San Sebastian and tho Spanish cruiser Lcpanlo Is embarking marines at Cndlr for Cas ablanca and Mogador MINISTER GIVES UPHIS LIFE Attempts to Save Drowning Man and Both Perish Atlantic City N JRev Edward McConnell Of Absecon N J and Claude Friendship a real estate agent aA of Philadelphia were drowned Tues day opposite Does Island near Brig natlna Tho men wero out In a small sailboat in company with two other mon and while tho boat was making a tack to tho windward tho bpom swung around and hit Fricrdshlp on tho head knocking him overboard He could not swim and cried for help Mr McConnell who could swim leaped after tho sinking man Friend ship crabbed hIm about tho neck and both sank from view They hovel canto up The others In tho boat grap pled for Uio bodies without succosi and returned with tho now ql tho t doublo drowning Friendship was tho son of tho president of the Realty company of Philadelphia Drivers Name Daniel J Tobin Boston Mass Aug10Tho contest for the presidency at tho Team Drivers nnd Helpers International union has been settled by the election of Daniel J Tobin ot Boston Cornelius P Shea president for tho past four years was defeated Tho voto was Tobin 104 Shea StIr Justice Haneys Wife Dies I r Pierre S D r Mrs Hanuy wife of Justice Hanoyof the state BU re i court died Friday of heart failure T ESCORTS OF THE FRAIL GIRLS WERE BEATEN AND PUT TO FLIGHT BY THE BRUTE Who Revolver In Hand Tried Crlm Inal Assault Outrage Occurred- at Very Edge of the City Eransvllle Ind Aug 12Tho oacl aide of tho city Is in a turmoil over the criminal assault attempted on two girls Clara Iplofon aged IS and Amelia Walllon aged 17 by William Kinney who It Is said attacked and knocked down Fred and Lawrence Dennott the girls escorts Kinney Is being hunted by tho police Ho Is armed with two largo re volvers Tho outrago occurred on Maxwell street at tho vory edgo of tho city and adjoining a tract of thlok woods Tho two young couples wore going homo from a party which had not ended until after midnight when at tho darkest stretch In tho avenue Kinney who was hiding behind a tree sprang behind Frod Bennett and felled hum to tho ground with tho but of a revolver Then as young Bennett re gained his foot Klnnoy whipped out another gun and made tho Bennett brothers take to their heels Tho Bennetts tied precipitately leav ing tbo girls to their fato and at tho mercy ot tho assailant Kinney grab bOIl tho girls who are both frail and started to drag them Into tbo woods nearby They fought with their haudtt and teeth and screamed In agony Amelia WalHon tho youngest girl finally tore loose from Klnncys grasp but ho drew his rovolvor on her and mado her stop Sho dropped on her knees In tho dust and prayed him not to attack her Klnnoy stuck his gun back Into his Docket again and started to grab Miss Wnlllon Meanwhile Miss Iplofon man aged to reach down to the ground and picked up a handful of dust which she courageously threw Into Klnnoys eyo Temporarily blinded tho Infuriated man released his grasp on the girls armScreaming at tho top of their voices tho girls fled down the road Guns In hand Kinney pursued them and WAS right nt their heels whon they reached the home of Mrs Bennett mother of the two boys Tho girls almost tore down tho door in gaining entrance to tho house Mrs Bennett aroused at tho noise rushed to tho door revolver In hand Tho girls begged her to protect then from Klnnoy Mrs Bennett opened fire on Kinney at once but her bad aim made all five shots miss their mark Kinney ran at the first shot The bicycle officers worn quickly put on Kinney trail and pursued him Into the country whoro the trail was lost The officers In surrounding towns haTO boon notified to watch for him Tho neighborhood Is so aroused over the outrage that Klnney would be mobbed should ho reappear TORNADO SWEEPS LA CROSSE Drowning Several Persons and Doing Great Damage to Property La Crosse Wis Aug 12Tho worst tornado over experienced hero wept through this city and In 1C minutes had done thousands of dollars damage Tho storm worked great havoc to factories churches reel deuces and electric companies and brought to earth thousands of beautl tful shade trees making streets and tornadorain The greatest alarm was caused when tho savage twisting wind struck the water and the frail pleasure craft on ItIIn many cases the boats wore swamped tho occupants toeing thrown Into the water and obliged to swim to shore There are reports of drownlngs Ono witness claims to have sees a boat containing two men overturn and sink with Its passengers At the Listman mill where the Foster Construction Co Is erecting a big plant tho superstructure of the mill went down The huge steel and concrete chimney of tho Mitchell brow rey 85 feet high was torn off clove to the base and crashed In a mass of ruins to tho street Yellow Fever In Cuban Garrison Havana Aug12rncc outbreak of yellow fever In tho American garrison at ClcnfuejO9 proves to bo greater than at first supposed Eight addition al cases were reported making a total ot 10 cases thus far A rigid Inspection ot the quarters of the men has been made by the linspital corps and the uhmogt care Is being taken and every precaution enforced to prevent a spread of tho dlseaso to tho remain der ot the garrison Hottest At St Louis J St Louis Mo Aug 12 Sunday was the hottest day St Louis has experi enced In tho last six years The temperature was 90 degrees Three deaths and 1C prostrations are reported Zionists To Meet Tho Hague Aug12Jcw8 all ovei the world are Interested In tho eighth International Zionist congress which will open here Tho smaller actions committee mot Sunday and mapped out Jto program and tho larger actions com mltteo will moot Monday morning Lost Their Llvts While Fishing Pond Crock Okla Ann 1W H Potter his daughter Eliza Potter Wither Platt his stepson and lIar tie Potter hjs nephew wero drowned In Salt Fork rlverwhlle fishing with a since 0 TELEGRAPH KEYS SILENT IN NUMBER OF CITIES BTRIKE OF WESTERN UNION OPERATORS IS SPREADING THROUGHOUT THE WEST v STUBBORN FIGHT IS IN PROSPECT Chicago Tho strike ot tola graph operators begun Thursday midnight In tho Chicago offices of the Western Union company spread rapidly Friday tying up the local bunl news of that corporation and practical ly putting out of service all Its trans continental lines At 015 oclock Friday evening about 600 operators of the Postal Tel egraph company left their wires and joined thin strikers Only ten em ployes remained In the main offico and tho companys 100 branch offices In the city wero closed All but about a Qcoro of tho 785 em ployes cf the Western Union In this city quit their keys and practically the entire force walked out at Kansas City Denver Dallas Fort Worth Colorado Springs Helena El Paso and Salt Lake In New Orleans all tho Postal Telegraph operators numbering about CO loft their wires Friday night because an operator was suspended for refusal to work tho Chicago wire In tho Western Union office there un operator was discharged for tho same reason but tho union men did not make an Issue of It because ho was an extra Exchanges Are Crippled Tho effect ot tho walkout of the operators in Chicago was apparent first on tho board of trade and tho stock exchange Tho Western Union has tho exclusive contract for hand ling tho stock quotations between the exchanges of tho country and the failure of the company to summon sat ficient loyal employee to handle the business put the brokers In a quan dary The firms which have leased wires employing their own operators bandied all the Information regarding the security markets In eastern clues that was available up to noon The Cold and Stock Ticker com pany which Is affiliated with tho West era Union and operated the wires from tho Now York stock exchange ceased to send tho quotations All In formation rolntvo to tho market which conies from other clues came over tho wires of the Posts Telegraph company or tho private wires of the several brokerage houses Hundreds Indorse Strike Several hundred operators held a special meeting In tho quarters of the Chicago Federation ot Labor In tho duringthethusiastically Indorsed The meeting primarily was for the purpose of checking up on tho addresses of mem bers of the Commercial Telegraphers union but It soon became a ratifica ton meeting It was decided unani measly that the strike was to bo kept up until tho last demand of tho em ployes was granted- A meeting of the grievance and ex ccutlve committees of tho union was hold at one oclock In tho afternoon when the formal demands OH tho Western Union company wore drawn up by presentation These Include the eighthour day a 25 per cent In crease In wages and recognition of the union Small Rather Reticent Oakland CaL Samuel J Small 10 national president of the Com mercial Telegraphers union was seen In this city Friday afternoon and sub mitted to a brut Interview The subject he said Is too dell cato to say anything about Mrs Nichols Is ot course the storm center of tho strike and tho and the San Francisco officers of the company ate responsible for what has happened The latter have not lived up to the Agreement ado led two weeks ago When an Investigation U made sonib things extremely sensational will come out The strike Is spreading Wo hue advices that the operators in tho fol lowing clUes In addition to Los An soles are out Chicago Helena Mont Cleveland Cincinnati Salt Lake Kansas City Birmingham AIaf Now Orleans Denver and Butte Thesd represent about 2000 operators Oak land operators want to go out but wo are holding them buck Wo expect that the whole trouble will be settled In two or three days President dowry of tbo Western Union Telegraph company will have tho facts before him in 24 hours and may settle It at once 1 cannot say anything about our demands for everything Is In a chaotic condition at present v Mr Stewart of tho department of commerce nnd labor arrived burn today and will look Into the San Fran cisco and Oakland situation HO will immediately get Into communication with Commissioner Clftirles P Nfl 111 at Washington and tho whole matter will be adjusted quickly provided Col The Difference Pa whats tllodllfcronco between the meaning prepared ready Well theres many a person who may bo prepared to die but I never saw one who was reudy Chicago RecordHerald Didnt Strike Him That Way Church Did you dYer servo on a grand jury r I dotham Well I served on a jury once but I jswi anything grand about tLtYonkers Stafesaau J Q lOJ0i01361L14fOCfA3CE t l a SUMMARY OF STRIKE SITU fA NfKansas City MoThree hun dred and thirty Western fUnion operators out Including 5board of trade men 13 men lPaso Tex Fifteen Western 6El Union men out only manager working 0 J iWeaternA two working R Colorado Springs All Western Union men out e 0DenverAlt Western Union 0 6 men quit work t Helena MontForty Western X Union operators out two 5working 2 WesternS Z O out 4 Fort Worth TexAlb West i Itruckt Ope orators out Western Union i operators voted to strike D+ 000000000000000DEMANDS J Summary of Terms Submitted i by Operators to Postal Offl dais with a 30Mlnute Time Allowance i Fifteen per cent Increase In wages Eight hours for day operators and seven and onehalf hours for night operators Time and onehalf for over timeAbolition of split trick and other obnoxious features Right of promotion to be governed by merit fltnelll and abll ityAdditional telegraphers shall be compensated at the rate for established positions of the same class Lunch and short relief shall be given In the order of applica tion and whenever possible no telegrapher shall be compelled to work more than four and one half consecutive hours without a lunch relief- Telegraphers temporarily fill ing positions of higher rating than their own shall be paid the salary of the position temporar fly filled ooocooooooooooooooooooa CloWry Instructs his subordinates to treat tho San Francisco and Oakland operators humanely Company Will Fight Hard Now YorkThe Western Union Telegraph company will fight the strike of Its operators In tho west ern Gilles In tho east or wherever tho men may go out It expects to win as It claims to have won In 1883 A strike among tho 3000 operators of Greater Now York city is Imminent though tho sentiment among the em ployes Is said to bo divided The foregoing Is not an official an nouncement but is an expression ot opinion concurred In both by men as sedated with tbo executive affairs of the Western Union and by representa tives of tho Commercial Telegraphers union A man who enjoys the confidence ot high officials of the Western Union said Friday night The men have no grievance They have tho strike fever and the younger element which appears to bo In con trol In tho west and to which a period of Idleness would work no particular hardship Is anxious for a showdown which will test the strength ot the organization throughout the country Tho company will fight for to surrender would bd suicidal All Out at Kansas City Kansas City Mo Practically all of the 330 Western Union tele graph nnd Whoatxtono operators In this city struck Friday because tho company Insisted on some of them working with tho Chicago office which Is declared to bo unfair to tho telegra phers organization The check boys also went out The operators employed at the board of trade tho stockyards find tho union station and tho various branch offices throughout tho city left their keys during the afternoon with tho exception of one operator at the Stockyards At all ot these points much confusion resulted from tho tArilio and tho big wholesale railway and other business concerns were ttcrlously affected How She Knew She Your last book was a success wasnt I- lIhVes i The rovlowB were so unfavorable I was utmost tempted to read It Life The Way Ou- ttValtorWoleannot serve half a portion to I wo persons sir Iutrpn AH right Servo It to me nnd1 Ill subleKit tOt my friend here Life A M f INTERESTING STATE NEWS gI LICENSE REFUSED SALOONISTS Who Violated the Sunday Closing Law at Lexington Lexington Ky Mayor Combs established a precedent by refusing to grant a renewal of licenses to saloon keepers whoso bond and license had been forfeited for violation of the Sun day closing law This Is regarded as tbo most effective step taken by the mayor since he ordered all saloons closed hero on Sundays He revoked the licenses ot Champ man Downing for selling liquor last Sunday and ot Llnvlllo Bros for permitting gaming In the future saloon keepers arrested on the charge of violating the Sunday closing law the mid night closing law anti permitting wom en or minors to enter their places of business will lose their licenses and can not renow them BOUGHT BY MRS DUKE la a Vast Tract of Coal and Timber Lands For 280000 Lexington KyMrs Brodlo Duke purchased from Pride Bay 5600 acres of coal and timber lands In Row and and Morgan counties for a consideration of 280000 Mrs Duko was on tho vergo of pur chasing tho property a year ago when sho had trouble with her husband tho American Tobacco Co man which finally culminated In a divorce Senator J Strickland and W H Briggs of New York are In the deal Mrs Duke Is at Beaumont Tex and the deal was closed by telegram OFFICIALS REAPPOINTED By the Mayor of Louisville Their Success Being Due to Merit Louisville Ky Mayor U W Ding ham announced tho reappointments ot Dr M K Allen as health officer R J Tllford building Inspector Ed Salt Icy assistant building Inspector and Henry Hocrtz wharfmaster All ot these appointments woro made by the mayor for merit Dr Alton was recommended for reappointment by the state board pf health and by many of the most prominent physicians in the city while tho other appointees received the Indorsement ot those wIth whom they had dally business Sale of Park Canceled Louisville KyWord was received from Frankfort that the deal for the sate of the Douglass Park race track In this city to the Kentucky State Fair association Is off It Is understood that some Imperfections to the title to the grounds have been found and that the State Fair association has offered objections to tho sowor facilities of the place Douglass Park Is owned by St Louis min Union Men Under Bond Barboursvlllc KyA largo number of tho striking miners at tho works or the Matthews Coal Co havo been put under peaco bonds after a hearing Ii which they wero charged with InUm dating nonunion men and threatening lives ot officials FromCaboose Paducah KyEd Simmons cf Kc vII a sawmill employe was found un conscious near tho I C railroad track There was a frightful wound In his head Ho recovered sufficiently to say that some one In a cabooso had shot him His recovery Is doubtful Prominent Citizen Dies Louisville Ky John Doerhoefer one of tho bestknown and wealthiest young men In Louisville died of ty phold fever at the Norton Infirmary He was the son of tho late John Doer hoofer for many years known as the Kentucky tobacco king Killed In a Saloon Corbin KyA bloody fight took place In C Klnnalds saloon hero during a drunken quarrel Dave Elliott was shot and killed by Ban Ausmua Elliott was an Industrious and popu lar citizen Ho leaves a wife and five children Kentucky Women Robbed Lexington KyNews reached hero that a burglar had entered tho apart meats ot Mrs W H Obear at Los An geles Cal and secured 8000 worth ol Jewelry Mrs Obear was formerly Miss Byrnes of this city Cars CoJlldoSlx Hurt Louisville Ky Several parson- were Injured six lines tied up and hun dreds ot business men and employe delayed 45 minutes by a collision of street cars at Second and Chestnut streets Kentucky Negro Hanged Greenville Ky Harrison Alexander a negro who attacked Mrs Florence Whllohousft a hnKwltted whlto worn an was hanged here The crime was committed In this county- Postmaster Weds Paris KyAt tho resldenco ot th brldos parents Mr and Mrs J U Boardman Miss Elsie Minerva Board man was married to Joseph Lewis Earlywlne The bridegroom who Is postmaster of Paris was private sec retary to former Qov W O Bradley Hacker Jury Disagrees Lexington Kyrho Jury In tho CM of Robert locker alleged murderer ot D N Veal failed to reach a verdict sad was dismissed Tho Jurors stood 10 for the death and two fa llfo Imprisonment SHOT UP Was the Kentucky Town By a Gang of Drunken Hoodlums Lee City KyCrazy drunk from moonshine whisky a set of hoodlums from the mountains Invaded this city and caused tho citizens to pass the night In terror With guns loaded with buckshot nnd 44caliber revolvers the drunken men shot down tho doors of the post office Henry Bryants general merchandise store the Ohio Kentucky railroad depot and private residences Tho reign of terror ceased with break of day and tho residents found window lights shot out their chickens and stock killed and their resi dences riddled with bullets At the order of Justice C M Fallen Deputy Sheriff H L Taulbco summoned Jas Ross and John Thomas to appear before the court and it Is believed a con fession will bo secured from them A vigilance league will be formed to prevent further violence MUTILATED BODIES Of Two Men a Merchant and An Out law Found In Kentucky Lexington KyIn Eastern Kentucky there were found the mutilated and partially decomposed bodies of two persons One was a merchant and the other an outlaw The first was that of Benjamin Chestnut 85 on the Cumberland river near Durnslde It is believed ho was murdered robbed and his body thrown over the cliff The other was that of Charles L Meade on Ross creek Estill county All signs point to assassination by his enemies with no Intention to rob him as his two revolvers and his money were on his person Mcado was dut awed by his alleged murder ot A J Porter in Scott county Virginia and 900 was offered for his capture He also killed a deputy sheriff Annual Shake Down Lexington Ky Although tho civil servlco rules prohibit tho annual shake down of federal office holders In this state the order has been re ceived hero from Louisville it is said to collect 5 per cent of the salaries of the mall carriers postal clerks and other officials to be used this year by the republican campaign committee The mall carriers will not feel this assessment so heavily because they re ceived an increase in their salaries July 1 and tho Increase will pay the assessment After the Incorrigibles Louisville Ky Chief of Police J H Haager Issued a bulletin to the mem bers of the department requiring them to secure tho names of every boy and young man In the city between the ages of 1C and 21 years who has no visible means of support and whose conduct is such as to classify him as incorrigibleCreamery Paris Lexington KyA creamery having a capacity to uso 4000 pounds of milk an hour will bo erected at Paris A company with a capital stock of 10 000 has been organized and J H Kid well ot Toledo who has established 3 number of creameries In Central Kent- uckY is assisting In tho erection ci the Paris plant Shot In the Heel Scranton KyWhen attempting to escape from Deputy United States Marshal Samuel Jackson Doc Myn thle an aged man charged with the sale of liquor without a license was shot In tho heel Mynthlo was token to ML Sterling and placed under a 500 bond by Commissioner Wood Eaten By Fish Paducah KYonly a small portion ot blue overalls on the trunk of a float er found In tho Cumberland river near Kuttawa revealed that It was the re mains of Bob Stole drowned off a raft near Kuttawa March 15 The arms head and logs had been eaten o8 by fish Semonln Settles Account Louisville KyFormer County Clerk W J Semonln who according to the report of State Inspector Hlnea was In arrears to the state In the sum of 46455 tendered certified checks for the amount tc tie county court Judge thus settling his account Patton Is Missing Jackson Ky Samuel E Patton Franksfort In connection with Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings recently filed against him by his creditors Is report ed hero as having left for parts un known Died of Hydrophobia Louisville Ky Raffo tho eight yearold son of Dominic Gerardi and nephow of Rev Father Raffo died of hydrophobia The boy was bitten by a mad dog several weeks ago theVoneBrazier young whlto boys jail charged with storobreaklng while In the Jail yard fastened tho keeper In Jail and made their escape over a high wall It was an hour before the jailer was rescued Lexingtons Team reproesent Company C at target shoot are Capt T W Wood ward S R Cohen OD Tudor W F Mooro and Walter Dispon TUolraTer ales rua fixpo 15Q to 289 I rr v eroAbuouoAaiaAotBOidioAoioiaio oio oioioioioioioiotiotlu- g o East Kentucky Correspondence ii News You Get Nowhere Else f j do conepeaaeau pJbllihM foleil ilpiM la all by Ule writer Til umi C to not tot eobllc Uon bat n u iTidvac of good taste Write plainly io o ooeo6ooo0O00OI NOTE THE DAY Torreof Sere fThe Begins Sept II time to start IThe is in the fallwe J Sunday School Picnic Dig William S S picnic will meet at fork of Big Wllllard Saturday Aug 24 Or The program Is as follows Devotional Exercises By the School Special Music By Quartet of Ladle from Lexington Does S S Pay and WhyElhanon J Fields How to Get Close to God Rev Elhanon Fuget Recitation 0 Why should the Spirit of Mortal Be Proud May Bowl Ing and others Noon recess basket dinner Special Music By Quarts How to Teach a S S Class M a Napier Splcle Bake Song Llttle Feet By Forked Mouth Sunday School Recitations Books of Old Testament- Emma Bowllnj Clipping from the Bible Betsey Field MusicDy Quartet General Discussion Open to ull Concluding Address Henry C Ingran JACKSON COUNTY GUAYIIAWK Aug 8Robert Judd bought a new wagon from John Johnston for 6- T N Roberts and Johnson are out trading this weekMrs Louisa Tlnch er Is slowly improving L J Robertson made a business trip to Owslej county todayMrs Mary Parret was the welcome guest of Mrs Louisa Tlncher todayJ B Blngham Is planning to have a large barn bulll this fallJ B Blngham and wife visited friends at Gray Hawk today Dr Jeremiah Anderson has finished his medical course and is at home A number of the girls and boys around here are attending singing school William Adkins and family visited Neal Adkins at Berea last week James Baulden the horse trainer has a wild Texas pony on hand MIDDLE FORK Aug 7Rev James Baker filled his regular appointment at this place Sun day Quite a large crowd was present Mr and Mrs John Martin of Evergreen attended church hero Saturday and Sunday The school at this place is getting along nicely with a good at tendance Edna E Tussey of Indian Creek visited her motherinlaw sera Letha Tussey Tuesday BIHIe Car I penter Dan go visited at Wes Angels WeditetftfflX Wes Angel and Cap Wilson Ira hauling ticS t9 Mul llna Station this weekMr Green Lake of Evergreen attended church at this place Sunday Mr W bard of Hurley was in this communI ity Monday and Tuesday buying sheep There are several cases of whooping cough in this vicinity Mr Isaac Lear and wife visited at Dud Cales Sunday Miss Nora Price of Parrot is planning to go to Hamilton Ohio J Saturday Miss Demla Cole of Ren I fro Branch Was a visitor at Robert Tusseys this week Died August 4 the 8year old son of Mrs Sallld Park ereof Hamilton Ohio The romaine were brought home the 6th and burled the 7th at the home graveyard We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved amlly HAND oAr Aug 8The people of this vicinity have enjoyed some nice rains which were very badly needed Maggie Dur ham Is on the sick list James Durham who is teaching school at Birch Lick came home Friday and went to Berea Saturday on business DI1 lard Durham is gone to Richmond to visit his sister Mrs Pitman Sher man Durham and brother Jesse went to Gravel Lick yesterdays on business Harry and Logan Gabbard have returned from Winchester and are in school Mr and Mrs E E Durham of Narrow Flat have gone on a visit to Mrs Durhams parents Mr and Mrs Green Isaacs of Wind Cave Mr and Mrs Thomas Durham of Dog Trot visited relatives at Crooked Lane Saturday night and Sunday The pat rons of this district are preparing to put anew roof on the school house James Williams who has been j in delicate health for sometime Is much improved and attended the Bere l fair last week Her many friends arc glad to see her out again Messra James Williams and Hiram Harrison went on a pleasure trip to Hamilton i Ohio last week Mrs David Durham and cblldren ftn Mrs Sherattn anl Miss Mollie DaHMw vfitsd J JL tar ham M Molly st ifsrt 7l Ils n r s 4 AoioioioaoioSoioioSoSoioaoldayMrs visiting relatives at Boones Gap and Berea Florence Durham vent t Hugh Wednesday David Durhai took James Durham to McKee Sunday to attend the Teachers Institute this week CLOVEn IIOTTOM- Aug6 Tho Infant child of Mr and Mrs Major Cruse died very sudden one night last week Miss MInnI Hayes Is visiting at McKee this week and attending the teachers Institute Mrs Lewis McGuire visited her cousin who Is very ill at Big Hll this weekour school Is getting along nicely with Miss Annie Powell as I teacher She had fortythree pupil the first day and some days has as high as sixty Mrs Lucretia Martin I wife of Buhel Martin and daughter of Henry McGuire died two weeks ago- at her home near Tuscola 111 and was burled at that place Her death was so sudden and unexpected that her relatives were not called and none were present at the funeral She leaves a husband and ono child a mother and father twelve sisters and brothers The deceased was twenty I one years old Her death was due to falling down a flight of stairs Rea i son Abney of this placo Is seriously Illl Doctor Baker Is attending him Richard Mobley visited friends near here last Sunday Rev Samuel Dry i ant gave ua a temperance lecture on Sunday night at the church house Aunt Jane Durham who has beet visiting in Berea and Richmond Is expected home soon Many from thl place attended court at Richmond MondayJames Isaacs got his too mashed very badly ono day last week jby a loaded wagon which run over him Maggie and Florence Durhan visited the teachers institute at McKee WednesdayANNVILtE IAug 9Rev H M Penniman ol Berea was here last Week on business and called at the church and gave i us a good talkBob Johnson re turned last night from a drumming trip Messrs Lee Webb Wm Moore Frank Jones and other teachers from our neighborhood are at McKee attending the institute this week Mr Jno S Bailey of London was here this week on a trading trip Misses Mattlo Medlock and Jessie Rader Messrs Frank King and Leonard Med lock are at the Institute at McKee this weekMr and Mrs A B John I son of Lawrenceburg visited Dr and Mrs A T Neal Saturday Mr Wil liam Belcher of Jackson county visited friends here DrenthltI Ifr and Mrs Johnson to their home in Lawrenceburg Mon day accompanied by Misses Sarah and I Lizzie Johnson Miss Naomi Akeman j and mother visited relatives at Moores Creek Tuesday Rev James Brewer and John GMT returned to their home in Corbln Monday after holding oj ten days meetingIAug 8 at Creek is progressing nicely with good I attendance Wiley Roberts who has reIturneder C Gabbard of near Parrot was a welcome caller at Palestine Gabbards Saturday night and Sunday Rllcy and Nannie Gabbard SUha Angel and I Fannlo Lako attended the Institute at McKee Thursday PolIIe Hellanl Jt- ht I r Loani visited her friend MIss tommlo Angel Sunday h1 htMr- I and Mrs John F Gabbard and chll dVen and Mrs Bettta of Sand Lick via ited at Jacob It Gabbards Saturday night Mrs John Moore returned home Saturday after a weeks visitI with her motherinlaw Mrs Nancy Jam Moore of near Mildred Mrs I Dave Gabbard has been quite sick for several daysMr and Mrs Jake Gab bard Jr visited Mr and Mrs Dan McCollum of Hooton Creek Thursday night Mr and Mrs Ruthford Calll I ham of Doublellck are visiting friends at Hurley this week Died August 2nd Audle the little son of Mr andI Mrs Jake Morris after an Illness of about three months He was the joy I of the hose and the pot of tho householdDear Audio gone to rest ITo be with God forever blest If we could see his smiling facet Delighted in that happy place We could not wish It back again But say Dear love with God remain AQCKCASTIE COUNTY nOON Aug 12 Regular services wore hold at Fairview church Sunday as Sabbath schoolEden Pren died Sun day morning ct two oclock after long Illness His remains were i kea to Fairview for burial A large mim her sf people attended the funeral Mr V V Letritt Visited relative keys totanUy Goa a aUy Rey Wesley Iimbert and wife wero guests of Mrs Mattlo Coylo Sundayr Mss Bortha Rich of Rockford visited Miss Nora Coylo Sunday Communion son vices were held at Falrvlow church Sunday night Mr Robert Smith was in Berea one day last weak Mrs Chasteon Is visiting relative at Jolll co this weokMr and Mrs James Lambert visited at tho home of Mrs M Coylo Sunday IGARRARD COUNTYIi WULOITONIAug 12Mr nnd Mrs O L Gab bard were the guests of Mrs Gab bards father and mother at Berea last Sunday Joe Smith son ot Rev Thomas Smith is very ill with typhoid fever The infant child ot Tom Hill is also very sick Isaac Witt of Scaffold Cane was the guest ot his cousin Mr George Tisdale Sr last Wednesday night Mrs G E Brock man and two children were on Dig Hill visiting relatives from Friday till Sunday O L Gabbard and wife were the guests of G E Brockman and family last Sunday Justas Pon dor has moved to Rockcastle county tc work this fall Mrs Suo Halcomb who was operated on a few weeks ago in Richmond by the Gipson Bro Is slowly improving A series of meet- Ings was to have begun at Wallace ton Baptist church Aug 12 but ow ing to the Illness of Bro Smiths sop they will be postponed until further notice ESTILL COUNTY 1VAGKK8VILIK Aug 1OWe are having Bomovery warm weather now Quito a dumber of young people attended tho teachers Institute at Irvine Friday Miss Anne Crosby left Friday for tier home in Richmond after a two weeks vial with friends and rejatlvos on Station CampMrs James Wagers of Bores visiting Mr Wagers parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers at this place Miss Winnie Wilson of Irvlno is visiting Misses Nettle and Rea Scriv ner this week Misses Nettle and Kathryn Wagers and Anne Crosby wend tho guests of Retha and Vernon Scrlvner Monday night Mr and Mrs A B Kelly attended meeting at th Upper church now at Clay Banks Wednesday Prayer meeting an Sunday school are progressing nicely Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers enter talned friends Tuesday Those present were Mr and Mrs A B Kelly Mes dames James Wagers and Estllle War ford Misses Armllda and Winnie Hen I derson and J B Wagers Misses Lil lie B and Maude Park left Friday for an extended visit with Mends and relatives at MoberlyI ILTOIAugv 8We had the coolest weath er hero last week for this season of the year since 1873 according to weather reports Blackberries ar plentiful In the country but sell at lOc and 15c a quart in townMrs Vol Taylor and three children from Dwsley county arc making an extended visit with Mr P M Rogers arid family Michael Reynolds and family lave moved Into their newly built homo OIl Cleveland avenue Robert Kounga family will move into their new dwelling on Cleveland avenue bout Aug 20thThe eightyear oldI son of Mrs Alfred Parker died Sun lay morning of meningitis The remains were taken to Jackson county Ky for burial Tuesday morning The Miami Valley Chautauqua assembly closed Monday after a very inter sting program having bad a largo ittendanco and good speaking thru the entire period of the assembly J n while on his way there enterIlpresident of the Miami Valley Bank Apubllfl reception was held and a number of HamlltohB business and political men called fen Mr Bryan Mr and Mrs P M Reynolds and oldest daughter who Is visiting them from Owsley county Ky visited Mr and Mrs Meridith Gabbard Sunday Large Now Col Hlgglnson once mot two Cam bridge boys not long past their sixth birthdays and asked thorn if they had enjoyed their walk and what they had found to taUt about Oh answered ono with an air of definitely acquired wisdom wevo been talking about foolish things wo used to think when wo woro little j Masculine Vanity Mankind likes being preached at ho feels important he has a rare fondness for being considered a sad dog But ho cannot endure being lauchcd at He would ratlior be good J London Queen A Recommendation From the letterbag of a fashionable medico Dear Doctor Inclosed find j check lor professional serViceD ron dered by you to ray late uncle I thank you for your zeal In the matter and shall not tall to recommend you to all tar other wealthy relatives Jeweler Is Wily The newest scheme ot a wily Jew oler Is to try to gut his easterners to buy jewels that 4 match tho color of their eyes Ot coarse be Is always sate to tell them that tt esbanee ttr Deitaty p J s FINDS BODY OF DESPERADO Found Form Lying In Bushes With Bulttt Hole In Brain Lexington Ky Aug aWlth i bullet hole In tho back of his head through which his brains had oozed the mutilated body of Charles Mead mountain desperado was found on Rose Creek Estill county by lean James Meads brotherin law Thi body was lying near a clump of bushe from where the fatal shot had evidently been fired Mead had been assassinated an his body Is estimated to have lair where it was found for two weeks There Is no clew to who murdered him but he had many enemies In tho feud belt and any ono of then may have killed him Mend was wanted in Scott county Virginia for two murders and X90 reward had been offered for him Mead had It Is said robbed and murdered J Partrr When a deputy iher iff Porter went to arrest Mead and n fight ensued In which Mend killed the deputy sheriff Ho then tied to the Kentucky moun taints and hnd since been hiding In Breathltt and Estill counties Officers had since been on tho lookout for him and onco came so near capturing him that Mend was forced to flee in his night clothes leering two plstola behind him The body was bf dly decomposed when found Identification was made by tho clotJilnu and two leather bands worn by Mead when last seen STARTLING REVELATIONS War Against Tobacco Association Oct ting to Be War Indeed Springfield Tcnn Aug 12At a meeting of the executive committed of the Dark Tobacco association held at Guthrie Ky some startling rev elation were developed A few days ago there was an attempt to assassin ate Dr L F Sorry a prominent member of the association It developed at the Guthrie meeting that Charles H Fort president of the association had received an anonymous letter rf1 Ing him ten days In which to resign his position and get out of the asso elation and threatening him should he disregard the warning It wa Further developed that nightriders tad attempted Sorrya life and had this been successful it was the plan- o go to Forts home can him to the door and cut his throat and then to kill George Montgomery a prom- Inent member of the association Dr Port declared ho would not resign An Important Decision AUant Ga Aug nThe supreme court of Georgia has banded down a decisIon holding that tho general JO erably of the Cumberland church cted within the scope of Its const utlonal authority when It voted for inlon of al of the Cumberland Prcs lytcrlan churches In tho United States and that th action of that body with eference to church property Is to be ccognlzcd by civil courts The dn Islon has the effect of awarding the property of the Cumberland Presby erlan church In Atlanta to that part of the membership which upholds the I union of tho churches consummated jthe CCHrM assembly at Decatur I IL last yea tolen Horses Restored to Owners Paris III Aug 12Seven of tho Ight horses to the theft of which tank Dlttel of this city recently con I essed have now been restored to their owners Edgar lflller of Terre I Haute came hero and recovered a I fine roadster which has been missing I for 6 year Tho horse was sold byI Dlttel to a man at Chrlsman urrendered the animal to the ownerI The remaining horse was stolen froir Mrs David teed of Paxton and wa j Iso sold at Chrlsmnn thence being hipped to Cjlcngo where all trace I wUIMLIKilled Whllkty Smuggler Tulsa 1 11Aug sNews has cached nfcro of an exciting fight be seep Deputy MaYshal Samuel Cone If1l1 two alleged whiskey smugglers ta tho Arkansas river resulting In tho death of ono of the men Cone was patrolling the river in a canoe when ho overtook the men head In for Jenks Unheeding his command tQ halt the officer opened fire killing one The other emptied his revolver at tho deputy leaped overboard swam shore and escaped Sewed Up His Heart Louisville Ky Auit 12Tho local medical frernlty Is watching with much Interact the outcome at a pecu- lIar and delicate operation performed on Wllllan Carlisle at the city hose iltal Carlisle entered the Institution with severe knife wounds one of ditch had laid the heart open for early an Inch This wound was reared and sewed up by Dr Lee Kahn ThA patent gives signs of steady Improvemcut TheirSoDrovn Mattoon Ill Aug 12 Raymond Lho Bcventeen yeni old eon of Mr and Mrs CharlpeJanc8 was drowned near here In the Okaw river In what Is known as the Grlnnell swimming holE A number of persons ware picnicking an the river banks among them Janes other and mother who stood 01 the river bank and watched their son rn down powerless to assist him The Qrlnnoll hole has unlined almost n score of victims A meeting will take place this week Betwceft King Edward and Eaiperor Francis Joseph im Austriat I EASTERN KENTUCKY DIRECTORY If you have any Interests In the Mountains these are the people you will field fair and friendly LETCHER COUNTY n Citizens Bank oiWhitesburg tlruryuratetI I CAPITAL 15000- J II rilAZlllII IttMcnt WHITESBURG JL i KENTUCKY Slyer and Baker I Attorney s Notary Public U S Comr WHITOSBURQ KENTUCKY COUNTYII ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIREDI Work Promptly Returned I CONN BAGS Lancaster Myl to of I Berea1iETOMiW VIII ImF II The CltUrn wane TOU for tubitrlUr Hjou Ud been UldltII frw t3cp4i you firouwillheftontaklaglltLlrewU1slyitmyuuth5tHyuthtiiI rsfidlleraarattisnyloneyrarturualy11y1beyteugechosenIbisleestuftus TXXILUFIUUM JCluraaflue premium you are to new Ought 10 In 01 hoe titrit then eubtrlptlunrun tbotNIOn me 1101 wet1 lrlOl 0111 iia our ihlnr etHpeutrhit tFa 111IhThe Uounuin JIIII of Ktulutky or tUviDou wont tuilwtft Ufenf Unit IlotlTO1A1I OIt OITIZEY didautiiulbeCltlunkkteeKyorU may lost TIME HUNS otrr iswraJULY Ot lawbentbetiturtuesoutwepuutoNUdStenewaitime out iHlMTcIiim ilnvin tctrftlut lu nor rr ItIf tit Liu htltsle IbtdUlnour ifIhhfPUBLIC SALEIAs I have decldod vllle I will on 1907 sell on the premises to tine high lyingIonville Ky and containing about four acres of rich fertile land It has on it good Improvements consisting of a seven room dwelling with pantry a cellar 22x27 feet good lee house stables meat house chick storeIhousedoctor to run a drug store in connec tion with his practice or any one who wants to run a storo of any kind Klrksvlllo Ilia beautiful quiet village with a of ono and fifty hundredI It Is a splendid location RlChmond1tho It is a local option village sobriety and Christianity cannot bo excelled It has one bank two gener al stores two black smith shops two undertaker twu doctors and one harness maker i Terms Ono halt cash and one halt In two equal payments with C percent from day of sale till paid Sale to com menco at 10 oclock a ra- Mrs Dr Judy- W P Prl Itt Kirksvlllo Ky Auc tioneer The Scribe Can Now Rubber Tho Review office had its window washed yesterday This is tho first time such an operation has taken placo since 1878 and tho editor snow able to tit in the oDlco chair and sell I clear across the street Prlncevlllo Ore Review Dominant Femininity Tho Immense clovatnosent the mod- ernI woman her audacious sense of Iv dependence nor domltfant will nil go to raise her to n standard which it Is yearly becoming moro Impossible for man to approach except in the guise of the fool at the toast Ladys Pic I tonal IMlurable Music Whats this collection fort wills lerod the stranger In church For foreign missions whlspeieJ the man with tho plate Oh thats art right replied the stranger producing IIi mite was goln to say if twas for the choir It alat worth It Philadelphia Pros LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general tanking business We Invite you specially place at least a portion your account wlth us whether large or small ttl Jt J oJ HYDKNJKYI JANESCHULL t 6LNEII L MERCHANT All CJothtne Family Supplies tie BESTucd CHEAPEST Strictly for Caihr THE CITIZEN I a a ltlnf euleeiltreyou e I TitE wiiHJCVoim I i u t+ r population merchandise I I j I LADAV1SMD OFFICE AT 8IDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST i Ce F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND TINDER TAKER SutciAPor to B R llobluson Alt call promptly llriulnl lo night and diy TIeihuue ytu lIr Hr- DrWGBEST DENTISTCITY OFFICEC l OFFICE OVER POST S R BAKER DENTIST v YDatrl7hltipOtRtw sire hnnrc frnm 8 lu 4j tiny rf1 1as ttIIoaUacttlIU1IIt pslnamnferine Whoe Dfl Levis Ail Thlnj in fiestaesrtt of SwlUorinia all he treed star 1IsH d by the govern tu nt without rtatiwt to wealth or position i r Tin U Worth Knowing It may be useful to know that Ie case of sudden need such as often arises In warm wuathor a simple form of starching Is the liso of borax water A quarter of a teaspoonful of borax In half a teacupful oftold water will give a drossljig like now to em broidered cuffs and collars or stocks oven these made of linen The nrtlclo should be dipped In tue borax water wrung out and rolled witla a fry efcHh for a few moments before Irewlag