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Digital page images are linked to the text file. aL1 I BLREA PUBLISHING CO INCOILIOItATEIj STANLEY FROST Manager L1 terafrd Ad TatOfte at ferea Ky CII utOlid aka maLLmaaer Yoh XI Five cents a copy BEBEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 1 1900 One Dollar a year No 1 NEWS Of THE WEEK I Strike In PlttsburgSlgel Murderer In Hiding Brandenburg Cleared Another Horrible Murder Wind Prevents Ascent LAND DONE GRAFTED ON LEO A man in St Louis had a compound fracture oil the leg and rather than have the leg amputated consented to have a part of the bone oC a lambs leg grafted into his The operation leas been successful lit Is said to be the first of its kind In America MRS GOULD GETS DIVORCE The sensational divorce case of Mrs Catherine Clemmons Gould against Mi Howard Gould is ended Mrs Gould was granted a divorce with alimony ot 136000 a year provided she does not go to work for her living which makes it Impossible for her to realize her hope of going on the stage again TURNS HAIR GREEN Because a bottle oil hair restorer turned her hair a bright green a New York wo man sued the manufacturer for damages and was allowed 500 MURDERER OF SIX Rather than serve a sentence of twentyfive years in the Missouri penitentiary William Murphy hoping his sentence would be changed to hanging confessed that ho bad committed six murders Ills confession cleared up several myster ious murder cases- SEVENTEEN PERSONS KILLED Seventeen men were killed and six teen Injured In a mine explosion at Wchfum near Plttburg Ia last week The explosion was caused by- I gas The mine has always been con sidered nongaseous and the miners were allowed by the State inspector to wear open lamps GREAT HEAT Tbe whole country is suffering from a great heat wave Several have died front prostration In Chicago and in New York 20000 people slept on tho beach at Coney Island In a vain effort to get relief while In many other cities great efforts are being made to prevent 1suffering and death IN P1TTSBURG After t two days of suspended traffic be cause of a street car strike Plttsburg baa again resumed business The cost of tho strike Is estimated at about 1300000 for tho twp days An agreement was signed by the street car company and the union men which Is said will forestall any similar strlk in Plttsburg for years CLEVELAND LETTER NOT FAK ED Broughton Brandenburg has been acquitted on the charge of grand larceny which grow out of the sale to the Now York Times of an article purported to have been signed by Grover Cleveland Ho Is held on the charge of kidnaping Stephen Ca banne his stepson last winter TAX SCHEDULE COMPLETED After seventy days of debate the Sen ate on Monday closed Its discussion of the PaynoAldrlch thrift bill The I amendImentWalter Wcllnmns airship In which ho expected to make the trip to the North pole this fall was seriously injured by a fierce wind storm and it Is probable that his trip willI need to be delayed another yearI GERMAN 6lIANCELLOR TO RE I SIGN Prince Von below chancellor of the German empire expects to resign as soon as tho finance reform bill which is before the Reichstag has been disposed of MARYLAND TRAGEDYA second horrible murder was committed last week when E 11 Eastman alias ET E Roberts a New York broker and a fugitive from justice killed Mrs 1Edith Thompson Wood111 wife of a iiLos Angeles automobile dealer and her body in tho river at St Michaels Md It is thought that Eastman had been blackmailing Mrs I Thompson and she had threatened him that she would tell some things Continued on lot rageW 0 4- Ft 1h i n t SUES I DENTS OFfiCE I3EREi K- YTHE C CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain Peoplenn THE FIRST CITIZEN After Ten Years Look With Interest On The First Copy Of This Pape Items From Ten Years Ago The Citizen is ten years old to day This number begins the eleventh volume ot the paper and the editor In contemplation of that fact dug Into hU dusty shelves and dragged down a bundle of the first copies 01 The Citizen An many of our read ers havo been with us from that day to this and as the rest of the sub scribers today are good friends in terested in our past life we feel that It will be worth while to let them look over our shoulder and see from what The Citizen bas grown to its present size No 1 Vol 1 of The Citizen was published at Berca Madison County Ky on June 21 1899 It is described In the heading as an independent weekly devoted to the interests of tho home school and farm At the mast bead Is the name of T G Pasco as editor and manager Under it come tho following Platform Tile paper alms to bring the best reading to every fireside Reading la a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read The Citizen brings first of all the newsnot every tale of crime or horror but the important newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers In far off Islands from our neighbors every where For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few now ideas each week which should lighten their labors for the farmer come valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get tho best Ideas that can be found on all such practi cal and Important matters and pass them around among our readers Tho resources ot Berea College are not for Its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step In to the largest College library in the State and ho haa engaged several of the most distinguished instructors In the College to take charge of special departments In the paper Those who are visited by The Citi zen will know what Is going on in the world Every week It will tell them something worth knowing Tho Citizen Is pledged to no party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit al temperance thrift kindness en terprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for The Citizen It will be noticed that all this has been faithfully carried out and more too In only one thing law there been a change the paper has found that It can best advance tho Interests of the people by becoming a faith ful and enthusiastic member of the Republican party and It has done so On the first pago of this first Citizen are a number of personal local Items many of which are still of interest Here are a few Tutor Matheny studies in Oberlin this summer Rev II M Penniman is spending- a few days In town Miss Kate Coddington is spending a few weeks In Jetfersonvllle Ind Rev R L Brandenburg ot Boone fllle is in Berea for Commencement week Misses Wood Brooks and Baker are planning to spend the summer at 3hautauqua C W Gould 97 arrived hero Sat urday from Ann Arbor Mich He will spend a few weeks visiting In this locality Mr J W Ames left Monday for Arizona where ho goes to try the ffcct of the climate on his health By his departure Mr Welch loses a- very efficient clerk It Is hoped that the change of air will soon restore him Continued on fourth page TEACHERS NOTICE The success of Teaching a District School by Prof Dins more has been so great that there has been a growing demand for MORE BY DINSMORE He is going to meet this demand and THE CITIZEN which first printed his first book is going to have the right to print this first It fills out the other meets your needs is just what you want and you will find it IN THE CITIZENI- T BEGINS SOON WATCH FOR IT SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE A dollar in a newspaper means a dollar invested in your own future prosperity happiness and progress Do you know of any better place to put iU NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT The Berea Republican Convention hit the right note Saturday in its expression of desire that a full strong Republican County ticket be put in the field by the County Convention this week There was never a better time for this move and in fact the time has come when no other course is worthy of the Madison Republicans There was a time when the superior wealth of the Democrats made a contest hopeless but money is counting each year for less in politics There was a time when the party was not united it is now solid and harmonious There was a time when the Democratic officers gave satisfaction but nowI Seldom or never have the Madison County Democrats put out so weak a ticketso poorly assorted so illchosen BO little liked or trusted Never has the ticket been so handicapped at the start as by the notoriously fraudulent primary of this year where personal pledges and personal honor suffered if possible even more than did the reputation of the party Never has so fair a chance been offered Madison republicans- Last years vote proves tho Democrats weak this years primary proves it unfit this years ticket has made it unpopular It would be cowardly not to make the fight and with such a ticket as can be put up there is no question of our victory A HEALTHY YOUNGSTER Today finds Tho Citizen entering upon ita eleventh yeara healthy ten year old youngster During ten years it has been here growing weekly in stength and power reaching out in all directions making friends and enemies finding its place in the world Unlike a human youngster it has been at work from the day of its birth but like a human it has been growing all the time and this is a pretty good time to stop and see how the little fellow is getting on Well on tho whole wo are proud of it It has its faults like most of the rest of us and occassionally gets into trouble but on the whole it is doing pretty well and filling a large and necessary place in the world It started out with a definite set of principlesthey- are printed in another column and it has been we think unusually successful iu living up to the full duty of a newspaper It falls down once in a while but it is always glad to learn and welcomes honest criticism and keeps agoin First it has given tho news well which is the first duty of a newspaper It sometimes misses an item and it is never possible to choose all the news so that it will suit every body but The Citizen has managed to give all the most important things and most of the local ones and no one who reads it carefully will ever be far behind the times Once in a while it has made mistakesgot things wrong but it has never been its fault but that of some one else who has given it misinformation And only once in the ten years has there been an item which was such that the people referred to could get redress in the courts Then it was proved that the item was print ed in good faith There has never been a case where The Citizen has knowingly misinformed its readers That is a pretty good recordSecolidit has kept its promise to havo something helpful forth home school and farm Some times it has been hard to dig up new and useful ideas but it has kept at it andno one who has depended on it for those features has been disappointed And on the features have been improving right along Some of the best things have come toward the last Third the country correspondence has been greatly extended and improved We get more items from more places better written more interesting and more worth while each week That is a feature we are mighty proud of No other paper begins to do as well And while there are some mistakes due to mistakes of correspondence there are fewer than in other papers and are getting fewer the time About politics The Citizen started out to be independent After a while it was found that the best in politics in this part of the country is so much on tho side of the Republicans that it could do more good by working for that party and it has since done it But it has always been recognized that there is room for improvementa- little in the party and a terrible lot in some of tbe candidates who manage to get nominated and so The Citizen has believed that in all friendliness to the party and its candidates it had not only the right but tho duty to tell the truth about them This is sometimes a hard thing to do and has caused much abuse but the paper bas stuck to its guns in spite of threats and attacks both open and sneaking and has kept its record for fairness and truth clean And the youngster has made a lot of mighty fine friends Our agents who suffer from the attacks of people we have been obliged to oppose declare that it is a tremendous comfort to see the friends and the kinds of friends that The Citizen has There1 are no better people in the mountains or any where else than the friends of this paper and we are proud of every one of them And wo are getting more of them all the timefine loyal enterprising progressive honest clever honorable people And the youngster has made enemies too Ashamed of it f Well hardly The has stood for right and honesty and fairness and truth Naturally the people who are hurt by this do not love it We are glad they dont It proves we are doing our dutyIt proves that we are some good fn the worldit proves that we are filling a needed place to have certain men against lie Any good man would be proud of the enemies The Citizen has We are proud of them They are almost as good a certificate of character and usefullness as our friends are Wo hope to have more of the same kind just as soon as we can get them We have had to fight too a few men who are honest but disagreed with us They are not our enemies We agree on most things and work with them for all that is good and our little disagreements are like family quarrels sharp but not important Such disagreements never leave hard feelingsuch men are not our enemies They are among our best friends and if ever we have said anything that hurt an honest man we are sorry for it And so the youngster stands to flaywe1J grown but still grow ing It has been strengthened in every principal it hud to begin withit has gained in power to offer good service and abillity to help its friends It has made a place in the hearts and homes of thousands We who have charge of its up bringing are proud of it DONT MISS THEM Dr Cowleys article on how to care for babies is finished this week You should not tiles It as It Is full of prac tical suggestions which any mother can follow out There Is an article about the Educational Association meeting at Irvine which you will want to read It tells something of what Bereas teachers are doing Next week another article will appear by Mr F 0 Clark on the Home Fruit Garden Mr Clark has Bono away for the summer to study more of just such things as he has been writing about for Tho Citizen Then there will be some general Suggestions for keeping well by Dr Cowley These suggestions should be printed on large placards and placed in tho front ot every schoool room so that children would be sure to read them It is almost always posslblo to keep well It ono takes care of himself It you read what Dr Cowley says you will know how r l IN WASHINGTON Origin Of Tariff Bill Corporation Tax Chinese Loan Washington D C June 26 1909 Persons who learned In school tha bills of revenue according to the Constitution shall originate in the House of Representatives would bo rather surprised at the origin o the present bill for the taxation of corporations two per cent of all their net earnings This bill originated In the White House It has been care fully dratted there under the eye of the President oC the United States who is not given any legislative pow er whatsoever by the Constitution The President called In hiD Attorney General Mr Wlcker ham his good friend Elihu Root and various other gentlemen who are doubtless very patriotic but whom the framers ot the Constitution would never have thought of In connection with the orl gination of a bill of taxation and la and behold these perSons not only suggested but actually wrote out with care and detail this bill which Is the most radical and unusual of all tax billsThe Administration openly admits what was at first only alleged by Its enemies that thin corporation tax bill Is frankly intended to furnish a handle through which the central government can take hold of trusts and great business combinations Thus tho whole question of whether or not American business men can feel Independent of the Government or whether they must always calculate that certain monopolistic wrongs can not be done by them without punish ment thla whole question opened up for present discussion by the Senate and Congress Not that they will discuss it as a matter of fact Hot weather In Ken tucky may got be news ot national Importance but hot weather in Wash- Ington city has a very vital relation to the welfare of our republic It is too hot to do efficient work here in Washington and the Senate will give up and will pass the bill which tho President wants them to pass There will be no extended opposition an the part of the advocates of the Income tax who would under ordinary circumstances spend several months in expressing their views on the un wisdom of the corporation proposal even It they did not succeed In block- Ing it entirely They are putting up a brave front but their courage is a hollow mask Yesterday Senator Eleyburn who welgha somewhere between a long and a short ton arose In his place and nobly declared while rcsplratlon trickled down his Roman lineaments that ho favored staying all summer and fighting the matter out by a tremendous battle of logic as his duty to the nation bound him to do Sad to cay this declaration was made to a chamber already emptied by the extreme heat It nay appear trivial to dwell upon so human a subject but It Is a fAct that hose Senators who are not too old to work in torrid weather are too heavy with few exceptions And here you are The Senate will very quickly pass anything and everything hat the Finance Committee and the resident wish it to pass and will scatter to various northern resorts to seek coolness Yesterday when a distinguished Senator was calling- at the White House Mr Taft asked him If It was hot enough for you Senators and was answered of course hat It was hot beyond all the dreams of hope But Mr Taft Insisted say- Ing Yes I know that It Is hot What I want to know la if It Is hot enough The Senator then understood that the President ot the United States was frankly using a high temperature to drive the bill through Congress The debates upon the regular schedules have been dragging along this week as usual Senator Beverldge made a great speech on the Iniquities Of the Tobacco Trust which startled Sven the Senate It appears that the American Tobacco Company has been selling shortweight packages by sanc ton of law ever since 1898 when they were authorized to do so to pay the war revenue taxes Senator Aldrich and the Finance Committee were forced to admit the Justice of Mr Qeverldges arguments and the result Ls that the Tobacco Trust that most flagrant and evil ot American monopc lies will soon be hit hard by Congressional legislation Senator Boverldge leserves tho thanks of every man who has become indignant at this Trust In fact the rates of the tariff have been in many cases too high The fol Cqatlnucd on fourth page I I 1 Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper al no THINGS TO THINK OF I Dividends From Encouragement Are you a miser with your words of approval pleasantthingcompany does a good piece of work andkeepDont do It- Indiscriminate praise Is senseless intelllgencoindulges lent dividends to be gathered front the word of approval dropped at the right time and on the right spot Increased ability comes from ex perience and the man who Is given a word of encouragement now and then goIngnessdoes that he increases his efficiency Make your words of approval reap dividends for you They can do it they will do it and when you bring a smile of happi ness to the face of the employee you have said something pleasant to you are planting a seed that will growiInto a tree of efficiency bearing fruit for YO- UINOUR OWN STATE Crabbe Not To Resign Lightning Destroys 011 TanksKept His Vow Prisoner Escaped Hemp Tariff May Be Raised Oil Gusher At Louisa CRABBE WILL NOT RESIGN The rumor that Prof J G Crabbe State Supt ot Public Instruction is about to resign his present position and take up the presidency of the State Normal at Richmond has been denied by him DIED AS SHE DREAMED Miss Florence Conway a Winchester High School girl was drowned in the Ken tucky River a few days ago in exactly the manner and the spot she had dJ earned the day before she would be- As she had dreamed the friend who accompanied her was saved L N BUYS L AThe Louisville and Atlantic Railroad which runs from Versailles Woodford Co to Beattyvllle Lee Co has been bought by the Louisville and Nash rifle the latter assuming full controlyJuly 1 with 11 N Hudson as Supt It jt It Is reported the road will be extend r j- ed farther Into the rich coal fields of Eastern Kentucky I OIL GUSHER IN LAWRENCE CO 1cIn oil well has been drilled near i Louisa Lawrence Co and is gushing all at the rate of 350 gallons a day iperators are flocking Into Louisa tad If more oil Is found oil prospect- Ing In the Big Sandy Valley will be revived KEPT VOWDr T D Greenley the oldest physician In the state died at Louisville aged 82 He took a vow In 1844 never to shave until Henry Hay was elected president and kept It JUDGE HAS CLOSE CALL Word has come from Jackson Breathltt Co hat County Judge S S Taulbee nar owly escaped being shot there by John and Norman McCoy who were working for him The McCoys are elated to the famous Pike Co Mc Coys of feud fame PLAYS JOKE ON GOVERNOR Tome practical Joker looking for excitement telephoned to Gov Willson ofIng to lynch a young negro accused of attempting to assault a four year old white girl at Georgetown The Governor Immediately ordered out the J state troops But before they could begotten together It was found out by communicating with tho Georgetown police that there was no truth In the umor and that there was no feel- Ing against the boy many believing him Innocent of the charge HEMP TARIFF MAY BE DOUB LEDSenator Bradley has succeeded In having passed In the Senate an amendment making the tariff on hemp and tow of hemp two cents a pound LIGHTNING DESTROYS OIL TANKSIQ a storm Sunday after noon lightning struck four big oil tanks at Torrent In Wolfe Co and about 36000 gallons ot crude petro eum were destroyed along with se reral buildings The loss isestimat ed at from 35000 to 50000 ESCAPES THROUGH WINDOW I While being taken from Jackson to Campton by a sheriff Wm Armstrong in alleged bootlegger Jumped from the train window and before the train could be stopped made his es japeTWO MEN DROWNED The great Continued on fourth rage t i I Y OG7l4W THANETI 4 UTfJt Ol m NAN 5Z9JZOU1 SYNOPSIS The eta opens at Harvard whirs CoL Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting saw the nulcldo of young Mercer Ho met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three years later In 1906 Col Winter overheard Cary Srercer apparently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winters SmIth was mentioned apparently aa a conspirator A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Col WIn- ter met his Aunt Rebecca Miss Smith and Archie Col Winter learned that the financial magnate ls Edwin S Keatcham Winter aided by Archlo cleverly frus trated a holdup on the train lie took a great liking to Miss Smith despite her I alleged kidnaping plot Archie mysterl ously dIsappeared In Frisco niood In a nearby room at the hotel caused fears for the boys life The lads voice was heard over telephone however and a min ute later a womans voicethat of Miss Smith Col Winter and a detective set- out for the mansion owned by ArnoldiII Harvard graduate They were an explosion within Mercer appeared He assured Winter that Archie had returned The colonel saw a vision flitting from the supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Smith Col Winter to himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith Mercer told Winter tnat Archie had overheard plans for a coup and had been kidnaped One of 9 srctra friends on returning the boy to md aunt had been arrested for speeding and when he returned from the police elation to his auto the lad was gone Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Keatcham Mercer told his life ttory relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary killinghiser In order tint he could not get control of a railroad which was the pet project of the father of his college friend Endicott Tracy unt Rebecca saw Archie In a cab wth two men Then he vanished She fi lowed In an auto into the Chinese district CHAPTER XIcontlnued Dut ho missed his deserved com mendation Indeed he forgot it him Golf because as ho looked back at tho horses rearing on tho sudden check and tosslpg their auburn manes then ran his scrutiny behind them to the hack he perceived no life In it and when his own passenger jumped with amazing nlmblenoss from her seat and flung tho crazy door wide open she recoiled exclaiming Where are they Whore did you leave them Leave who queried the hackman Say what you stoppln mo turf Run nun into me with your devil wagon Saythen his wrath trailed into an Inarticulate mutter as he appreciated better the evident quality of the gen tlewoman beforo him You may bo mixed up In a peniten tlary offense my man she said plac idly It is a case of kidnaping Whero did leavo that boy who was in the cabsIf you glvo us information that will find him theres five dollars if you fool uswell I have your number Where did you leave the boy Why there was a cop with im n cop and a gentleman Aint you got hold of the wrong party lady A brown balred boy In a sTay suit awitha blue cravatyou know ho wasI in your cab And how do you know it was a real policeman Or he wasnt helping on the deviltry if it was sneered the chauffeur who had now become a full fledged partisan Aint you lived In this burg long enough to find out how to make a little mazuma on the side Youre too good for Frisco Heaven is your home my Christian friend Cut It out retorted the man I guess I know how to find my wayI round as well as the next man Certainly you do soothed Mrs Winter who was fingering a crisp new fivedollar bank note and you are no kidnaper either you mado no bar gain with those men Sure I didnt agreed the hackman nor I aint standln for kidnaping neither Why I got kids of my own t and my woman shed broom mo outor the house If I was to do them games Say Ill tell you all I knows They got off them three at that there cor net and I was to drive fut a I could three blocks ahead and then sit home Ray old way And thats Gods truth I You didnt see where they went Mrs Winter was quietly Insistent No I didnt I guess I was a dumb fool not ter notice but they paid me well and Id a bad thirst and I was hiking to a place I know for beer and thatsDid the boy seem wllllngf He didnt do no kicking as I seenIA few more question revealed thatI the man had unpacked his full kit of Information Ho had never seen eith er of the men before The gentleman yes he was sure he was a gentleman he wasnt no swell confidence f guy ho was the regular thing gentle man engaged him to take a party to the Chinese quarter hed tell where to stop didnt need a guide only wanted to make a few purchases ho said and he knew where the things was yes maam that was all only down there on Market street or may bewhy somewhere near byhe stuck his head out and told him to turn the corner and then he kept tell lag him to turn corners until finally he told him to stop and they got out Mrs Winter gave tho man the bank note counseling him to keep his eyes open for the two men and the boy and to report to her at the Palace ho tel giving his number should he see pother man or boy It would be very well worth his while The chauffeur did not Interrupt but he shook his head over the departing i hack Hed ought to have known it want on the square but theso hack drivers aint got good senso oven when theyre so to speak sobor which aint often ho soliloquized Well lady if theyve took to the Chinese quarter wod better be looking up a Chink to help us I guess I know a fairly do cent ono I think I know a better Inter rupted Mrs Winter with a faint smile Sho had detected a suppressed pity in the mans regard Motor slowly along the street There is a shop if I can find It where there ought to boa man Man you know Say lady I guess I better go In with you if you dont mind No stay In your car You dont know how safe I am Not only my gray hair protects me but I have only to say a low words and any of these men will fight for mo If neces sary But this is In confidencejust between us you understand You are not to repeat It over Sho looked at him with a frank smile and involuntarily his hand wont up to his cap What you say goes lady But jest remember Im right here spark going all tho time ready to throw her wide open when you stop in andhls voice sankI aint absolutely unprepared for a scrap eitherI said she looking at him keenly nnd a few moments later she stepped briskly into the shop be fore which ho halted with a little light ening of tho heart because of this un couth knight of the lover The shop itself was like any one of a score on the street crowded with oriental objects bizarre carvings of Ivory and jade daggers and strings of cash swords gorgeous embroidered robes of silk and gold in a huddle over a counter or swinging and gleaming in the dusky background squat little green and brown gods with puffy eye lids smiling inscrutably amid shoes and fans and Chinese lanterns of glass and bronze glittering with beadsIn all those like tho score about it yet the clean windows and a certain order within gave it a touch out of the common A man and a boy served the shop both in the American dress with their pigtails tucked under the visor less caps Both greeted her in the serono oriental fashion bowing and smiling their obsequious courtesy showing no smallest sign of the sur prise which the sight of an unattended woman must have given them Nevertheless Mrs Winter was aware that both under their lowered eyelids took cognizance of that soft carven disk of jade among the laces on her breast She asked the man if he had seen a lad and an older man or it might bo two older men ono a police man come into that or any other neighboring shop She explained that waslostfor she had no desire to sot afloat a rumor which might bring the police upon her Sho named a sum large enough to kindle a sudden gleam lathe boys eyes as the reward awaiting the lucky man who might put her on the right track But her words struck no responsive spark from the China mans veiled gaze In perfect English and a very soft volco he avowed ig noranco and sympathy with tho same breathAnd all the while she could feel his glance slant down at tho jade orna ment Send the boy to look in tho shop next door said shooAs she spoke she raised the charm between her thumb and her first two fingers look ing at him directly Her tone was that of command not request Ho frowned very slightly making an al most Imperceptible gesture to which she returned a single Chinese phrase spoken so low that had he not ex pected the words they had been indis tinguishable to his ear Instantly he addressed the boy rapidly in their own language The boy went out The master of the shop returned to Mrs Winter His manner had utterly changed tho tradesmans perfunctory deforenco was displaced by an almost eager humility of bearing He would havo her sthero were a few cane seated American arm chairs in grotesque contrast to all their accom paniments ho prostrated himself before her he put himself at her service still to her trained eye there was a corner of his mind where incredulity wrestled with a stronger emotion Do not fear she said gently It Is really my own and he gave It to me himself almost 30 years ago Ho was hardly 30 years old himself then You see my husband had been so for tunate as to do him a kindness It was ho who bad It first When ho died it came to me and now for the second tlmo in my life I am using It I knew you belonged 1 saw the sign Will you help and flnd my boy Did your ladyship know he is hoe in San FJansIco If sho had not already dissipated any doubt In his mind her evident re list blew the last shred away now Havent you such a thing as a tele phone somewhere cried Rebecca Winter Time is precious Cant w 0 a Art f c Ho Avowed Ignorance you speak to him havo him como heroIt appeared that there was a telephone and in a moment she was put into communication by the shopkeep or He stood in an attitude of deep respect while she talked Ho heard with unsmiling attention her first Chinese words ho listened alf sho returned to English speaking very quietly but with a controlled earnestness explaining that sho was Archibald Winters widow giving dates and places in nowise alluding to the service which had won tho charm about her neck Yot as he listened insensibly the Chinaman grow certain that she had spoken the truth Pres ently she turned to him lIe wishes to speak to you sho said and went back to the shop She sighed as one sighs from whose heart a great burden rolls To find him here and still grateful she was thinking What wonderful good fortune Sho sat down and her face grew dreamy She was no longer thinking of Archlo Her vision was on another face another scene a time of peril when almost against her reason her instinctive womans recoil of pity for a fellowcreature in danger of unthink able torture had been so intenso that she bad more than acquiesced In her husbands plan of risking both their lives to save him ubo had impelled him to it she had overcome his terror of the risks on her account It is only death wo have to fear at worst she had argued We have the means to escape In a second both of us from anything else and If wo run away and leave this poor wretch who hasnt dono anything but love his country just as wo lovo ours and bo too civi lized for his trifling ornery pusillani mous countrypeople to understand to get slashed to pieces by their horrlhlo IInglIngwhnteer they call ItArch bald Winter dont you reckon we shall have nightmares as long ns wo liveThirty years ago yet it seemed like yesterday Distinctly sho could hear hor husbands voice it had not como back to her with such reality for years it was more real than the cries of the street outside and hei heart was beating faster for his words Becky thero never was a woman like you I You could make a dead man hop up and fight bless you Your ladyshlpIt was the shop keeper back again he had lived In England and be offered the most respectful western title of his knowl edgeyour ladyship may be cbceful All will be done of the best Tho young gentleman will be back to tonight If your ladyship will now le tun to tho hotel Mrs Winter bowed slightly she was quite her selfpossessed self again I will gQ certalnlysho said but I shall hope to see you also tonight and meanwhile will you accept as a token from a friend who trusts you this She took a little gemcrusted watch from her fob and handed it to him Her manner was that of a queen who rewards her general And she left him bowing low She entered the motor car It was no longer a lone motor Another car steamed and snorted near by In which sat the t amlablo banker from Iowa his wife and Janet Smith It took only a moment to transfer a passenger to explain that she hoped to find the boy who had been lost no she would not use such a strenu ous word as kidnapedand would they complete their kindness by not men toning the affair to any ono One hated so to get Into tho papers And would they let her see them again to thank them Then as she sank back on the cushions she remarked as much to tho expectant chauffeur as to Janet Yes I think It is all right I think we shall seo Archlo tonight CHAPTER XII A Blow There was no ono but Mrs Winter to welcome the colonel when jaded warm and dusty he tapped on Aunt Rebeccas parlor door Mrs MIllicent was bristling with a senso of Injury ono couldnt Jouch her conversational ly without risk of a scratch The colonel put up the shield of his unsuitable appearance his fatigue and his deplorable need of a bath and escaped into his own apartment But ho made his toilet with reckless haste All tho time ho was questioning his recent ex perience trying to sort over his theories which had been plunged Into confusion by Mercers confession I suppose he reflected that 1 lead no right to give Mercer that hint at tho door The hint had been given just as they parted It was In a single sen tonce By the way Mercer If that pillar in tho patio Is of importance in your combination you would bettor keep an eye on it it has a trick of cracking Tho devil Jt line grunted Mercer Then ho thanked him with a kind of reluctant admiration in his tone You are suro you dont object to my detectives staying questioned tho colonel No suh prefer to have him You told him to have his men In and overhaul tho house VI did I warned you I should havo to You promise there shall be no racket1 But II think Ill take Holey Thank you Thats right kind of you sub Goodby suh This had boon the manner of their partingassuredly a singular one aft or the sinister suspicions and the vie lent promises which tho soldier had made himself In regard to this very man After leaving he had motored into town down to the police courts fo discover no records of the arrest and no traco of Archie Thence discouraged perplexed and moro worried than ho liked to admit ho had re paired to the hotel His aunt was gone Miss Smith was gone ajid Ran dnll could only relate how Mrs Winter had flowed like a bird sir Into a big red motor car and gone off and then Miss Smith and a lady and gentleman had got into a while car and gone off in the same direction lIe was meditating on his next step when Blrdsall was announced below The detective looked as warm and as tired as the colonel bad felt an hour before Rupert was not eagor to see r JLfL le 7ATIOlV i b 1 JfCZiCOPYRGH7 ISO OBBf ULl CO him but neither was ho anxious fo the tetoatoto with Mllllcent which awaited him In the parlor Between the two ho chose Birdsail Well ho greeted him did you find any trace of the boy Of course I did growled Blrdsall They didnt fry to hide 1m They had him lodged in a dandy room with his own bath Of courso ho left his toothbrush Tlmyd got him somo au tomoblle togs too and hod loft some leggings when ho packed and a letter begun on a pad to Miss Smith Dear Miss Janet It begins I am having a bully time I can steer tho machine only I cant back thats all Say tho young dog has been having It fat while wo core In tho frying pan for fear somebody was bvthorlng him But ho is not In th4 house now No nor nothing olsa Nobody hidden away Where did tho groans you hoard como from 1 queried tho colonel politely Blrdsall flushed I do believe that slick deceiver you call Mercer put up n gamo on us out of meanness just to get mo guessing That sort of thing look more like tho college boys Say it might have been This thing is giving mo nervous prostration Say why didnt you BOO the thing out with me The colonel shamelessly told the truth to deceive I was called hero I was told that Mrs Winter my aunt had seen Archie in the street Sho was just getting out of a ma chino as I camo up Mss Smith was with her and they had their hands full of candy boxes The woro laughing 1 made sure the boy had been found Not to my knowledge said the colonel But in some excitement ho walked Into tho parlor The ladles had arrived they stood In tho center of tho room while Randall took away tho boxes Candy for Archlo explained Aunt Rebecca and those were the first words to reach Rupert Winters ears I expect him to dinner Aunt Rebecca proclaimed Mllll cent I never have been one to com plain but there are limits to human endurance I am a modern person a civilized Episcopalian accustomed to a regular nnd well orderod life and for tho last few days I seem to have been living in a kind of medloval rays tOrT with kidnapers and blood stains and for anything I know some body ready to stick a knife into any ono of us any time You people may enjoy this sort of thing you seem tobut I dont And I tell you frankly that I am going to apply to tho police not to any private detectlvo Inquiry office as like as not In league with the criminals thus ungratefully did Mrs Milllcent slur tho motives of her only truly interested auditor but real po- icemen I shall apply Sho did not tell whero she should apply the words being snapped out of her mouth by the sharp tinkle of tho telephone boil Aunt Rebecca responded to tho call Send him up was her answer to the Inaudlblo questioner She laid down the receiver Then she put it back Then sho stood up her sliver head In the air her erect little figure held motionless Janet Smiths dark eyes cought hers her lips parted only to closo firmly again Even the detective perceived the electric Intensity of tho moment and Rupert shut his fists tight with a quickened beating of the heart but emotional vibrations did not disturb Mrs Molvlllo Winters poise She continued her plaint This present situation is unbear able unprecedented and ununun expected she declaimed rather gro ping for a climax which escaped hor Aunt Rebecca raised hor hand Would you be so very kind MIDI cent said she as to wait a moment I am trying to listen Like a response to her words the knob of tho door was turned the door swung and Archlo entered the room smiling his odd little chowedup smile Janot uttered a faint cry and took a slngjo step but as If recognizing a superior right hung back while the boy put his arm about his great aunta waist and rather bashfully kissed her checkShe received the salute with entire composure except for a tiny splash of red which crept up to each check bone Is it really you Archie said silo You aro a little lato for dinner day before yesterday but quite in time for today Sit down and tell us where you have been Quite sol exclaimed Mrs Mllll cent Good heavens Do you know how wo have suffered Whoro have awayBpt U88Smiththo shoulder by his uncle seemed to think a vaguely polite Howdedo Aunt Millicent Im sorry to have woI OnlywhenMrs Winter herself did he replyNIm awfully sorry Aunt Rebecca but Ive itrBut truly I didnt moan to bother you Milllcent exploded in on access of Indignation And do you mean that you expect us to accept such a rldlcu lous promiseafter all we have been throughQuito so remarked Aunt Rebecca J with a precise echo of her nieces most Anglican utterance tho gift of mimicry had been one of Mrs Win tots most admired and distrusted so cial gifts from her youth Rupert Winter hastened to distract Mllllcents attention by saying de cisively If tho boy has promised that ends It ho cant break his parole Anyhow they dont seem to havo hurtIyou old son Oh thoy treated me dandy those fellows said Archlo Miss Janet I know how to run an electric motor car except backing Ill bet you do muttered tho do tective Hero the colonel camo to tho boys relief a second time and drew Blrdsall aside nest lot me pump the chap n little You get downstairs and see how ho got here who brought him Theyll get clean away It Is late for that as it Is You can report tomorrow It was tho colonel also who ellm Hated Mrs MIllicent by the masterly sratagcm of suggesting that she pass tho news to Mrs Wlgclcsworth Ho artfully added that It would require tact to let tho lady from Boston un derstand that tho lad had been found without In any way gratifying her natural curiosity In regard to tho man nor of finding or the causo of disappearance Ill havo to leave that to you ho concluded Maybe you eon soo a way out I confess my hands are In tho air Millicent thus relegated to tho ambassadors shelf tho colonel slipped comfortably Into his ret armchair facing his nephew on tho lounge between Aunt Rebecca and Miss Smith Miss Smith looked frankly charmingly happy Aunt Rebecca looked rather tiredOf course ho remarked I understand old man that you havn promised secrecy to tho Firoloss Stove gang ns well call them but the other kid napers tho crowd that held up your car and then switched you off on a aide track while young Flrelcss was detainedthey havent any hold on youNo sir said Archlo butyou- see that strange gentleman anti Aunt Mllllcont I was scared lost Id give something away Theyre not hero now All friends hero Suppose you make a clean breast of your second kidnaping It may bo Important you should Nothing loath Archie told his story Left outside while Tracy went Into the office with a policeman to whom he gave his assumed name ho remained for hardly two minutes before n gentleman and a cop carne up to him and the latter ordered him to descend from the machinebut not until they had found It Impossible to move tho vehicle When they did dis cover that tho key was out and gone tho man In citizens clothes hailed n cab and the officer curtly Informed Archie that Gardiner Tracys travel ing name had been taken to another court and ho was to follow He didnt suspect anything beyond n collision with tho speed regulations of tho city but had he seen a chance to dlvo under lily escorts arm tho boy would have taken It Such chanco was not afforded him and all ho was able to do was to lean out suddenly as they pasted the Palace and to wave at Ran dull I wanted them to stop and let mo got some ono to pay my fine said Archie but they said I was only a stoptheyso far as it would run It was like all those hack curtains you knowall out of orderTO BB CONTINUED OBSERVANT PEOPLE ARE JAPE Trouble Is CarryItThe Japaneso are a most imitative everything Newport man recently engaged ft attoutIe thokitchen g of watching the cook he did so with extraordinary Interest 1 andleftof the house was in despair as she could not replace her At last tho valet announced dim dently that he thought ho could cook a agreedto y wastheand socks and put his foot In a of hot mustard and water Tho lady wanted to know bathfearth ho was doing Ho replied ho saw the cook do that when was peeling the potatoes and would persuade him tbat this was notta necessary part of the process I I t Furfh gfJuW Obsad ice= AND HOW- INDEPENDENCE WAS DECLARED N MY young days said Grandaunt Mary girls didnt want to go In with tho boys to play games Grandaunt Mary shook her head and rocked peacefully look Ing over her spectacles at Grandnleco Mary who was doubled up Inn discontented heap In a corner of tho rosescented veranda Marydlsconsolatoly of July race that I want to go in 1 Dear dear child youll get yourself all heated up If you flounce about like that and so you would In a race Well go and see tho boys and you can wear your pretty new whlto dress com r mented Grandaunt Mary calmly with 4 no Idea of further rebellion which she was arousing In her greatnlocos breast e upMaryoutburst of revolt when she was in terrupted by a now arrival a thin girl with bright bluo eyes and bright red hair who dashed around tho cor ner of tho veranda ns If it werent a very hot third of July indeed and the afternoonaMaryl cried the red baired girl Oh Ilunny cried Mary have you heard about 11 These hateful boys arent going to let us bo in tho- races They say they dont want girls on tho program at all And with our records tool Who told your demanded Bunny Tom said Mary That settled IL The news was evidently authentic for Tom was Marys brother and both girls know his word was not to bo doubted Resides ho was chairman of the committee on Fourth of July sports which tho boys ot Douglaston were going to hold at tho village school grounds An admission of 25 cents for grownups nnd ten cents for children was to bo charged and with tho proceeds now suits were to bo bought for the junior ball team Of course in some places tho girls wouldnt have thought of having a part in so Important an event but the girls of Douglaston and their summer visitors wore very fond of nil sorts of sports nnd Bunny and Mary were members of n small group of girls who had come from big schools whore ath letics nnd gymnastic work were n most Important part of tho course Consequently they felt deeply ng t grieved at being debarred from par s ticipating In tho Fourth sports And it would be much moro inter eating If they bad at least ono girls raco walled Mary bursting forth i Everytrtgirls events than In boys Im sure more people would go j Bunny suddenly sprang Into tho air r nnd began clapping her hands In tho wildest fashion Mary youre a dear a dedr she cried Ive thought of something and well do It too Bring your gym bloomers nnd come over to my house right after tea and tell Susie nnd Evelyn Ill tell tho rest of the girlsThere now said Aunt Mary what Is that child going to dot- I dont know but Runny docs liunnys found a way carolled Mary joyously and she ran gayly off to look up her gymnasium suit On Fourth of July morning the boys of Doitglaston had n surprise Tom Mason Marys brother saw It first It was a banner a largo white ban ner which was swung across tho main street from tho post office to tho principal grocers opposite Tom ap fproached It curiously On It he read legend oim8 rouirm OP JULY SPOUTS This afternoon between tho liour of two and five oclock the Klrlfl of Douglniton will compute In racing jumping and basketball on Judge Evans meadow Admission 2S cents for adults 10 cents for children LEMONADE FREE Tom stood spellbound a second Then ho turned and ran straight for the house of his chum Johnny Drls coll Ho stopped only a moment and that was to gaze over Into the Evans meadow Preparations for the after noons event were already In progress A group of girls were pacing off dis tances for the obstacle race nnd his own slster was twining n hurdle with red white and bluo garlands And theyre going to do It up fancy like girls do groaned Tom to Johnny n few moments later In reference to tho paper garlands Theyll get all the crowd sold Johnny dolefully Sure thing acquiesced Tom Judge Evans man had n dozen banners to put up and everybody see themI Theres only one thing in our fa theI1seethe races there without paying ad- S mission and of course some people will bo mean enough to do It So if they wont to make money theyll havo n hard time while of course theres a Y fence around our place Not that that will do us any rood If the foWs can find something else to seo thats just as lively and that they dont havo to pay for if they dont want to The only thing for us to do said Johnny firmly Is to get all tho fel lows together It was rather a sheepish lot of boys who later marched two by two up to the Evans place Tho Evans meadow was by this time assuming a decidedly gala appearance with its abundance of flags nnd garlands flying from fence posts and trees Tom as leader ot the opposition called a parley His overtures were responded to with suitable reluctance by Bunny as queen of tho Amazons You know said Tom you only asked for one obstacle race and were willing to let you girls havo And the Lemonade Free Added Johnny V half tho events If youll only combine with us You cant make much money here anyway You can only keep us from making ally at all and well give you half tho proceeds Now thero was one very good thing about Runny which was that she knew when to make concessions So she hesitated only long enough to tell the other girls that they ought really to forgive tho boys and then she straightway sent the judges man to tack tho following addendum to the white banners Tho girls sports will be held in combination with tho boys at tho school field And the girls didnt take advantage of Toms offer either for they didnt really want half tho events All that they wanted was a fair representation on tho straightaway races and an opportunity of enjoying that fascinating sport the obstacle race They didnt make quite as good time as the boys for after all boys are pretty good at some things but when Grandnlcco Mary came In In tho lead of nil tho girls after having undergone the peril ous adventures of tho high fence the fence to be crawled under the low fence the hurdle and the barrel with both ends out even Grandaunt Mary dropped her knitting bag in her ex citement and said she wished they had done such things when she was a gIrl ANSWERED The ProfessorLet me reel WhatI day of the month Is this I The Fourth of Julyl TUSSLE ON TOP OF PIKES PEAK In Which Government Employe Was Fatally Injurrd Fought With Two Tourists Over Price of Rooms Colorado Springs Col Juno 28 After a desperate hand to hand con flirt earJy Sunday morning on tho sum alt of Pikes Peak 14000 feet high John a Clark and George Shipley students of tho University of Chicago are In jail and Howard II Robinson government caretaker of the Summit house Is hovering between life and death at tho St Francis hospital in this city The attempted murder was tbo re suit of a quarrel over the charge demanded by Robinson for accommoda lion in tho Summit house which is maintained as a resting place for thoso who make the peak trip Tho fight took place In total darkness In tho middle of the night when tho three men were the only ones on tho mountain topThe two young men say that Robin son attacked them because they awak ened him and they attacked him in Bclfdefense Robinson is still uncon scious and his version of tho encounter is not known The police officials of tho city are making an Investiga lion to find the real cause of the trou ble and will not place any chargo against the men in custody until more Is found out- Shipley and Clark arrived in this city from tho east two days ago They were well dressed and seemed to havo plenty of money and made a number of friends Saturday night they decided to walk up to tho summit of Pikes peak a favorite trip of tourists in tho Rocky mountain region They reached the summit nnd wero weakened to the point of exhaustion by the icy winds and the blinding snowstorm They rapped on tho door of tho Summit house whero Robinson was asleep The latter admitted them nnd they had something to eat After they had come back to the main room which was illuminated only by tho erin die in a neighboring room a quarrel arose over tho price of rooms for tbo remainder of the night According to the story of ono of the men Robinson ordered them out Then the three men three miles above civilization fought in a fierce death struggle After several minutes of des potato struggling Robinson dropped back unconscious DRIVEN MAD By Daughters Death Gurney Kills His Father Wounds His Slster tn Law and Commits Suicide QuIncy 111 Juno 28 George Out ney 56 foreman for Black8c Laird general contractors of New Or loans Sunday shot and instantly killed his father Dr Seneca Gurney serious ly wounded his siater In law Mrs Se neca Gurney jr aged 37 and killed himselfTho family bad planned to go on an excursion to Springfield III but after breakfast Gurney called his sisterin law to his room told her he felt ill and would not accompany them She ex pressed sympathy for him when ho pulled a magazine revolver from under tho bed clothes and shot her In the neck Dr Gurney rushed In to help her and was shot In the head The murderer then shot himself in tho brainIll health and worry over the death of his daughter are believed to havo driven Gurney Insane Dynamite Works Havoc In Chicago Chicago Jnue 28An explosion sup pOlled to have been caused by dyna mite did untold damage In tho bust ness district hero Sunday night injur- Ing two or three persons severely and wrecking stores and windows for a block near Clark and Washington streets Tho exact nature of tho ex plosion remains a riddle because of tho great amount of debris thrown mound the alley where It occurred It is probably another In the series of gamblers war bombs that havo mysti fled tho police of this city for two years Bomb No 30 In tho series wrecked a saloon a few nights ago Chinese Attack American Officer Pekln Juno 28 Hazrah All a sur veyor in the India service and Mr Snwerby Interpreter both attaches of the meteorological expedition under Lieut Clark an American officer wero attacked June 21 by natives 20 miles south of Lanchow tho capital of the province of Ian Su Hazrah All was pursued three miles and killed Killed While He Prayed Chlcot Tex Juno 2SWhl1o J E Moser 47 was on his knees in a church near here Roy E Rurnham 19 son in law arose In hIs pew and fired three shots at Moser killing him instantly Burnharas wife who had recently loft him was beside her father when tho shooting occurred Hit Skull Fractured New Haven Ct June 28 William K Shepherd Instructor at Yale Shef fluid Scientific school suffered a skull fracture when an automobile In which ho was riding with several Yale stu dents was run Into by another machine near Westerly R I HIGh Diver Killed Beaumont Tex Juno 28 Chnrles Harris aged 30 years professional high diver was killed when ranking a dive Into the Neches river from a 60 tact ladder Sunday His neck war broken L The Philippian Jailer Sunday School Leitoa for July 11 1909 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTAcU 161640 Memory verses 2931- GOLDEN TEXT Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou halt be saved and thy houseActs 1M1 TIME About A D BO EL Tho same period as our last lesson PLACE At Ihlllppl In Macedonia Suggestion and Practical Thought- I Tho Story of the Frenzied Girl Her Mental 4 and Physical Trouble Pauls Faith Her Dellverence Vs 1C18 The missionaries frequently went from Lydlas house within the city to the place of prayer beyond tho walls by the river side On several occasions they met In the streets a damsel posssesed with a spirit of divination This girl gave forth strange utterances and hysteri cal cries In her frenzied condition which her masters interpreted as they wishedCried i saying These men are tho servants of the most high God etc She seems to have been impelled to tell the truth as some demoniacs wero In Christs time Hut Paul being grieved said to tho spirit as distinct from Its victim To come out of her and go away from her not to return And he came out the same hour II The Missionaries Thrust Into Prison Their Faith Their Deliverance Vs 192C The masters hav ing lost their source of gain like the makers of silver shrines In Ephesus stirred up a mob in the city and dragged Paul and Silas before the magistrates Tho charge presented was that of throwing the city Into con fusion and anarchy by trying to con vert the Romans to a new religion The clothes ot Paul and Silas were torn off and the men were tied up to the triangles and beaten with the flog ging sticks upon the naked body see 2 Cor 11 26 1 Thes 2 2 till their backs were torn by tho merciless blows Why did they not escape by means of their Roman citizenship as they did the next morning Probably the clamor of the mob gave them no opportunity to be heard and If they protested their protests would bo dis regarded by the excited people Then all mangled and bleeding as they were they were thrust Into tho Inner prison and their feet placed in the stocks Songs in the Nlght25 Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises And the prisoners heard them This was the beginning of the further ance of the gospel through tho suffer ing of tho missionaries 2G And suddenly there was a great earthquake This was tho Lords answer to prayer whether it came by miracle or was timed by special provi dence All the doors were opened and every ones bands were loosed Either by the action of the earth quake or by the same supernatural power which produced tho earth quakeIII The Conversion of the Jailer De liverance from Sin and Death Through the Faith of the Jailer Vs 2734 The keeper would have killed himself because by Roman law ho was responsible for tho safety of the prisoners and he would avoid by suicide the disgrace ot an execution 28 Paul cried we are all here Thus saving the Jailers life for there was no longer a reason for his committing suicide 29 Called for a light The Greek is plural lights torches or lamps Fell down beforePaul and Silas 30 Brought them out of the Inner prison Into the open court or Into his own house What wps the jailers motive In asking What must I do to be saved The motive was a con sciousness of sin of danger of nQed and of the goodness produced In Paul and Silas by their religion 31 Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved Saved from sin from its punishment and to hollnes and heaven And thy house By leading his family to the same faith IV The Missionaries Released and Sent on Their WayVs 3540 The next morning the magistrate learning what had taken place sent officers to quietly release Paul and Silas as the easiest way to save trouble But Paul knew a better way and stood upon his rights quite as much for the good of tho young church as for himself They have beaten us openly uncon demned without trial and legal decision that they were guilty according to Roman law Being Romans and exempt from strJpes and torture Let them come themselves and fetch us out 38 They feared when they heard etc Tho crime was regarded as treason and those who committed It were liable to degradation from office confiscation of property and perhaps death As the result the magistrates apologized and requested thorn to leave tho city which they did with dignity and for the peace and good of the infant Philippian church Had tin y remained there might arise useless opposition while by leaving Luke with the church as we learn from tho chango of pronouns wo to they there was a peaceful but large growth of the Christian com munity From a comparison with what follows It appears that Timothy went with Paul and Silas Two words of Jesus in this lesson can moan everything to every one of us Follow Me What will your an swer be today He calls you now Will you follow him trustfully Into danger Into safety Into glorious service t 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all i Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be 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Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you pught to havu I r i TEMPTATIONS IN WAY ryNQ otCOLIEGE BOYS President Patterson of State University Scores Saloons of Lexington Lexington Ky June LIn his annual report ot the condition and pro gress of the State University Presi- denti Patterson in speaking ot the habits of the boys sets forth in unmistakable language the Immoral licentious unlawful conditions preval ing in that city in connection with the saloons The conditions in Lexington President Patterson says are not unlike the condition in the other cities but he urges the trustees and other in authority to look and think carefu Iy over the situation and aid in find Ing some means ot saving the boys The conduct and behavior of the boy during this year he says have bees as good as ecus but adds there ue undercurrents of vices manifest In in the low grades ot male student as well as in the countenances of the unfortunate youths who become a prey of intemperance and licentious habits THE SALOONS The allurements of the saloons say President Patterson with its tree lunch tempt many from the habits at sobriety and restraint The habit or intemperance is not the only vic that the college student fall heir tc In Lexington for President Patter son says that many ot them have lost considerable sums of money at the gaming tables and in the faro banks found in connection with these drink establishments but still worse he adds there are many students who frequenlJ dens of iniquity where soul and body are wrecked by lascivious indulgence PLAY FOR STUDENTS Exceptional inducements are offer ed to the students by the saloons and gamblers ot Lexington and President Patterson says that it Is impossible for him to get only unofficial informa tion tor if he did he would see that some were expelled and others would not get their degrees ALL BOYS NOT HEROES He saya It is true that the boys who withstand these vices are the much stronger but he says all college students are not made of the stuff of heroes President Patterson says he does not know that legislation will do good but says that the condition I In ono that should give every one In terested in the university serious thoughtSTATEMENTS BORNE OUT The statement of President Patter son bears out the report of the detec tive who has been engaged by the Law and Order League in investigat ing conditions In the Fayette capital In this report the detective whose name is withheld said that the saloons of Lexington have been open ly violating the law by keeping open after the closing hour every night opening on Sunday and running gam bling In connection with the saloons These games he said are not even on the square aa there are no restric tions According to this detectives report the police officers know ot the condi tions but make no attempt to stop the proceedings This much was told P him by a lieutenant ot police whose I name is withheld On the subject of gambling the detective saidOPEN GAMBLING Permit me to report that I looked s over the gambling situation in Lex ington and find that there is absol utely no restriction upon any game ot chance and there is probably not a square game In tho city Over nearly every saloon In the central portion of the city U a gambling roor allot them fitted up for extensive business Over every saloon on Limestone between Main and Short streets is a fullfledged gambling room where poker and dice games I are running almost continuously night and day I visited several ot them and witnessed the fleecing ot- a number of men I saw in two of them the shifting of square dice to tho loaded kind and in each case the f victim lost his wager At the Leonard kt Hotel several poker games in which large sums ot money played a part have been in progress since the f races began At all times there is a large game there In a tall with Lieut of the police department I was informed by him that the police know this gam hung is going on that they are aware where every game is located but they stand for it- THE OPEN SALOON Regarding the open saloons the report said I spent Saturday afternoon and night looking Into conditions here regarding i the saloon problem I found that there Is a tacit understanding between the police who walk the night beats not to molest the saloons which remain open and do business after the closing hour at midnight I even saw them enter the places after midnight and In talks with them was frankly told that the saloons were sot bothered because the people want to get into them Every saloon in the central portion of the city remained open alter midnight with the exception ot the Phoenix and Leland Hotels At 9 oclock Sunday morning I started out again on a tour of Inspection and will report the followlu conditionI no difficulty in entering nearly every saloon in tho business section ot the city It was not necessary to go in by a rear door At every place the bartender wore his apron and was prepared for the days work Therefore you must see nt a glance that It is useless for you to expect to remedy such a condition save through the Mayors order to close and this is to be carried out by the police department I know the saloons in the outlying district are as open as in tho central par of the city with the exception at three or four where groceries are in connection As a result ot this report such a protest was raised by the church peo pie ot the city led by Evangells Brooks that all saloons were closet last Sunday the Mayor issuing a strict order THE FIRST CITIZEN Continued from Pint rage Will Tatum contemplates moving to Berea that he may educate his childrenWe with regret that Bro Par sons has reslgnel his charge at the Baptist Church Mrs James Anderson has beer seriously ill for the past two weeks She is now better HIram Richardson is beginning to look quite like himself again after along siege of fever H C Burton has finished a picture of the Berea Band which Is a very fine specimen of the photograhlc art John G Fee Dr and Mrs Corneli us J M Hart and T G Pasco were among the Berea visitors at Rlcbmon last Friday The Students Job Print with The Citizen will soon occupy the first floor ot Hanson Hall thus having a good accessible location Will Watkins 13 employed in a saw mill four miles southeast of Berea He walks back and forth every day Will evidently is not afraid ot work Estmer Hudson who left Berea last April for employment in Fontenelle Wyoming is enjoying his new work He hopes to come back for school in mother year Our esteemed contemporary The Pantagraph has again changed editors Judge Tipton goes into the evenue service and T C Adams Is at the editorial helm again Misses Rankle and Hanson and Uessrs C L Hanson and n E Pad lock enjoyed a very pleasant evening at a house party with Miss Crookes ot Kingston last Friday All will be Interested to learn that Bro Fee has so far recovered that he has made a short business trip to Richmond Even a dislocated shoulder cannot ctop the Indefatigable Jno G Fee Prof Marsh Stanley Frost O E- Nixon and Chas Palmer started Thursday night for Asheville N C where they will attend the Y M C A Conference Miss Embree Is attending the Y W C A Conference held at the same place Prof C H Poage of Elliott Institute Klrksvllle Ky is said to be an applicant for the Berea school this year Miss Kate Coddington who has aught the school so faithfully for everal years seem to be the logical candidate for the position of Prin ipalThe Lester mill has been sold to Josiah Burdette who contemplates putting in a saw and otherwise extending his business Such an Industry should pay well here and will be a decided advantage to the town If such employment could be furnished many more young men could attend chool here An other article on the page tells ot the exhibition ot the music department In which Mrs Marsh and Misses Ruth Todd Margaret Elliott Illler Yocum and Paddock Mr Pope and John Mann took part The ad dress before the literary societies the paper says was delivered last londay evening by the Hon Wm B Smith ot Richmond Ky At the Anniversary ot the Literary Societies described in an article of nearly a column Prof L V Dodge made he opening prayer Homer Martin of A Z presided and those taking part were Miss Mary Hoopea of L L S Miss Lena Wood D F White ot- A Z bliss Ida L Brooks the Man olin Club Edwin R Embree ot P D Marlon Frederick A Z O D Ribs ot P D and Miss Maggie rones Tho advertising of the paper was mostly from Richmond Except for cards 06 local professional men Among ho Richmond advertisers were Bigger taft and Oldham Joes the Reliable A Wilkes Smith D D S J C Morgan D D S and Covington and Mlt hell The Berea advertisers were T A Robinson Jeweler and Optician E B McCoy D D S P F Shrock lollego stationer Burton the photographer Hanson Pascos Livery K 111PalmerI Ogg proprietor and W M Miller Clothes cleaned County Correspondence had letters from South Fork and Conkling It Owsley Tyner in Jackson and Animie in Clay An account Is given of Dr D 1C Pearsonas second pledge toward the endowment fund and the germs ot the Home School and Farm Departments are to be found The news of tho day Included the search for the slayer ot Tom Baker in Clay County and Bradleys announcement that he would enforce the law in Clay at any cost BEREA HONORED The recent meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association at Es till Springs while not remarkable In some ways was the largest ever held and thru the efforts ot Mr Crabbe served as a fine preparation for the Whirlwind Campaign which be gan Monday and is now going on in all parts ot the state In fact the Round Table discussions of the Whirl wind Campaign presided over by Mr Crabbe were the most spontaneous and helpful ot all the exercises and were thoroly enthusiastic enjoyable and beneficial Tho watchword of the meeting was Uplift Education In Kentucky The programme Itself included too many numbers so that there was not time to discuss the papers as they deserved and much of the real benefit from thorn was lost A long list of papers was read and many were excellent One notable address was that given by Dr E A Lyman of psllantl Mich author of Lymans Arithmetic and other mathematical works who has olnce visited Berea Berea College was well represented both in numbers and In work pre sented and one of her professors J- W Dinsmore won notable triumph The Berea delegation consisted in the following Prof and Mrs Dins more MI3s Corwin Messrs Ellis Lewis Calfce Faulkner and the Be rea Quartette The last named organization was the entertainment feature of the meeting It sang at every session and after each performance was recalled for an encore Prof C D Lewis gave an excellent taper on Science Course of Study In tho High School discussion and as- a tribute to his work was elected resident ot that division ot the Association Mr Calfee also contributed a valuable paper on the subject To What Extent Should wo Try to Meet the Demand for Industrial Education in Our Schools As a crowning tribute to the work Jerea is doing the Reading Circle Board officially adopted Prof Dins notes book on Teaching a District School This waked the seventh state In which this book has been adopted The Citizen is proud of having had he privilege ot giving thlat valuable work to its readers in advance of anyone else and we are happy to nnounte now that we shall soon begin the publication ot additional chapters on which he is now at work LOCAL TAXATION One of the most important subjects for discussion in the Whirlwind Campaign for better education in Contucky will be Local Taxation tor school purposes Below are some ot the benefits of a local tax 1 A local tax will provide more money for cchoola 2 More money for schools will provide 1 better houses 2 better grounds 3 better equipment 4 better salaries for teachers 6 longer terms 6 high school facilities 3 Better houses grounds and equip ment will mean 1 better health and comfort ot pupils 2 snore Interest on the part ot pupils 3 more pride in thi school 4 more effective teach jug 6 more regularity ot attendance 6 Increased values of local property 4 Longer terms and bettor salaries will result In 1 better teachers 2 better attendance 3 better classifies tion 4 moro effective teaching 6 more pupils prepared for high school 5 Better teachers and longer terms will Justify u high school department 6 More high schools and high school pupils will mean 1 more stu dents who will attend college 2 bet ter preparation for life for those who do not go to college 7 Local LlgU schools will enable more pupils to obtain benefit ot a high school education ot tome in fluence and at least expense 8 Good local schools offer the best inducements for good citizens to re main la the community and for other desirable citizens to come in The tide ot intelligent and beneficial Immigration flows toward communities that have good ochcols and prosperity follows 9 Local tax money Invested in schools remains In the community and U invested in the uplift of mind and character ot the rising generation thus becoming a reliable asset of the community better than a bank ac count 10 Local tax for schools increases the demand for property Increases rent values stimulates local pride cultivates public oplrlt and coopera tlve effort and makes more happy and contented citizenship 11 The payment of a direct tax for his local school causes a man to take more Interest and pride in the school and Induces him to make more effort to secure the full benefits of same 12 It therefore increases total en rollment and regularity of attendance 13 Schools supported by local taxa tion provide cheaper education than can be obtained by any other means The annual cost to the biggest tax payer in any community would be less than the expense ot keeping one child ut boarding school for a session The cost of boarding a child nine months ut the low rate ot 10 would Just equal a 3mIll tax on thirtythousand dollars IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from First rage seat of Sunday encouraged many penile in Louisville to go boating on tho Ohio River The unusual number out kept the life saving station busy the greater part of the day Two men were drowned seven rescued rom the water and nine others were telped to shore in disabled boats TWO CONVICTS ESCAPETwo desperate negro convicts escaped last week from the state penitentiary at Frankfort One was taken back the next day but Theodore Johnson he more dangerous ot the two has not been captured He has served a term In Sing Sing and had been sent- o Frankfort for fifteen years Tore Up 5000 When Horr Schlemelman of Vienna presented his wife with a lottery ticket on her birthday she reproached him for wastefulness and tore it into shreds The ticket has won 5000 but as they cannot produce the ticket hey cannot obtain the money The husband is now petitioning for a di vorce THE Berea National Bank No 833- Ueportof the condition of the ller a National Hank et lterea In the state of Kentucky at the clone of bunliiew June 23 IUOO RESOUROES Loans and Discounts 70412 55 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 38U 01 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 750 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 8507 84 Other real estate owned 8100 00 Due from approved reserve agents 13707 05 Checks and other cash items 87 84 Notes of other National Banks 1005 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 102 82 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 5480 10 Legaltender notes 434 00 5870 10 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1250 00 TOTAL 130703 71 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in2500000 Surplus fund 500000- Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1054 85 National Bank notes outstanding 24550 00 Individual deposits subject to check 1 83214 30 Certified checks 875 00 TOTAL 4 130703 71 State of Kentucky County of Madison aa I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is trueto the bestof my knowledge and belief J L GAT Cashier CorrectAttest S E Welch J W Fowler J L Gay Directors Subscribed and swoon to before me this 25th day of June 1000 G D Holliday Notary Public My term Jplre Jan 80 1UI3 1 GOOD HEALTH Dr Cowley tells how to get and keep It A series of articles each ones which may be worth the price of a doctors bill or acoffln Especially prepared for The Citizen DO WE LOVE THE BABY Continued from last week If milk is not perfectly fresh It should be boiled in warm weathe before being fed to babies During tho first two weeks the Infant should have one part ot cow milk to two of boiled water durln the second two weeks 2 parts of cow milk to three parts ot boiled watt and the proportion of milk should be Increased gradually so that at the end ot six months the child shout have twice as much milk as water and at the end of nine months tbre or four times as much milk as water Instead ot using clear water to dl lute the milk barley water may bused It is made as follows Take one teaspoonful of prepared powder ed barley place In ono pint of boil- Ing water Boll five minutes It must be made fresh each day and kept covered in a cool place Barle water makes the milk curd mon tender and easily digested and eo Is highly recommended for children with poor digestion- A small quantity ot white suga should be added to the diluted cows milk about half teaspoonful to facl three ounces six teaspoonsful The following table gives the quantities suitable for a healthy child AHLKV AMOUNT ro AOK MILK WATKK HACK TKKDINO During tabe poon Ubtetpoon Ublenpoon lit i weeks i and weeks a 3jand month 1353N month 448o5th6th month 8 4 u 7th montha 4 13 3th 4 it- ith month u 4 ID With each feeding should be gives one teaspoonful ot limo water to very three ounces six tablespoon full of the food Tho child may be ted from a spoon or bottle It a bottle is used It must have tho nipple applied directly to it No tubes are to bo used The boat bottle marked In tablespoons III very good Bottles and nipples should b rinsed after each feeding and washed once a day in boiling water to which a little washing soda has been added After eight months ot age It teeth TO present the child may have bread sad milk bread and butter butter a Ittle red gravy not thickened and DOt greasy with bread crumbs and n little mashed Irish potato The yolk ot a soft boiled egg may bo given om a dayAfter nine months eggs chicken or meat broth and a little bacon fat on light bread may be given Children under 18 months should not have fish or meat After that age hey may have meat finely minced Tea and coffee should not be given under six years ot age Jams and sweets should not bo given under 18 nonths and after that age only in noderato amounts Babies get thlrsI ty Dont forget to give them a drink occasionally It bowels are too loose bollI the milk and reduce Its strength If constipated add cream to the rood and give castorla or syrup ot figs Under no circumstances should chil- Iron under three years of ago have Just what the parents have to eat Their little stomachs will not llgest heavy foods At no time should anything bo given whichs- so tough or hard that tho child cannot chew It to a fine pulp before wallowing It IN WASHINGTON Continued from First raKe owing picturesque burst ot oratory bj Fiddling Bob Taylor contains a lot of truth The vulture ot protection said ho Tennessee Senator has soared from the Dlngloy minimum to the blue erulean of the AldrichPayno maxi sum with the American farmer hang ng by the scat of his pants in Us talons I will touch only the high places In this tariff discussion There are no low places except here and there- In raw material- There is a3 much difference between he Republican platform and this bill as between the plan ot salvation and hermana march to the sea and God knows when Congress will adjourn The Democrats are becoming more and more demoralized This week here was a general Democratic UII teavel to protect the pineapple In lustry of Florida The Democrats penly admit that they want protec lon This shameless repudiation ct their national platform of last tall Is a blow to the system on party politics The Republicans are Just as bad It has boon often said by statesmen here this weal that party platforms can Btroa THE MARKETiICabbage new Potatoes new Eggs per dozen Butter per lb ICc BACON Salt side 124c Breakfast Bacon 16o v Premium Bacon 22c HAMS Country 14c Premium 16c Lard per lb 12c Pure 14c Fryers on foob 12V4c per Ib 1jFeathersHay No1 Timothy 16 perton Common 14 per ton Corn per bu 90100 11 r4 Wheat per bu l60y J y Oats 76c a bu Cracked corn 4190 per 100 Ibs Wheat screenings 200 per 100 Ibs I Ship stuff 160 to 160 per 100 Ibs i Ties No 1 L N 8Hx7x9 46c V culls 20c e Livestock f t Louisville June 29 190- 9CATTLEShipping hD steers 6 00 6 SG Beet steers and fat heifers 3 60 G 76 Cows 3 60 6 00 ra Cutters 2 00 3 60 1Canners 1 00 2 25 JI Dulls 2 00 4 25 1 Kecdera 3 60 4 75eStockers 2 25 460 Choice uillch cows 36 00 42 GO Common to fair 15 00 36 00 Cattle market very dull CALVES Beet 6 GO 7 00 Medium 4 00 6 00 Common 3 60 4 00 HOGS 165 lbs and up 7 90 130 to 165 Ibs 7 20 Pigs 66d Roughs up to 690 yButcherj Culls 300 5t0 0Vv Drat tat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1360 y HAMS Choice sugar cured Bgbtl and special cure 14 J4c and 15c heavy to medium 14eB- REAKFAST BACON 174c It SIDES 13sc- BELLIES 14Hc yDRIEIYBEEF1Gc LuVRD Pure tierces 12c tub 13c sVpure leaf tierces 14c tlrklns 14Jic tuba 14Hc vvfirEQOS Case count ISc Hj BUTTER Packing 18 a Elgin cream ery GO Ib tuba 27c prints 29Hc 1 a t i POULTRY Hens lltfc roosters 6c r I springers 18 and 22 a ducks Sc tur V f keys 12c geese 6c WHEATNo 2 red 148 No3 =L40 V OATS New No 3 white 60a No2 mixed G8etCORNNo 2 white 7S4cNo 3 mlx4I ed 76c J RVENo2 Northern ICe i no longer command the confidence of voters It appears that the State Depart v mont has secured for American capi allata a share of the enormous loan which citizens ot various civilized na Ions are making to China for tho building of railways China promised us a share In this loan In 1904 but tho Europeans were anxious to usurp all of It Tho opening up of China iy railroads will replace tho haud weaving of cottons which Is the prln Ipal occupation by more remunerative employments as It did In India N tad thus open a large market for American cotton goods The Wright brothers have arrived here and set up the flying machine which they will sell to tho Govern nest next month It It tiles successfully In tbo trials which are now being I undo Tho writer saw this machine sat fall on tho evening when It stayed In air longest It simply looks like a big box kite flying around tho folds a hundred feet up In the air It seems so simple that tho spectators r yonder why no man since the world began never did It before Tho fiscal year is about to close Juno 30th and it appears that theUstlniato made by the Treasury last OIwo 000 further in debt President Taft I and even Congress seem to be taking pains to make the revenues sum lent to meet tho expenditures and ioxf year there will probably bo a Better record v a SHINE JUST WHERE YOU ARE Dont waste your time In longing v For bright Impossible things Dont sit supinely yearningfFor the swiftness Dont spurn to bo a rushllghtf I Because you are not a star But brighten somo bit of darkness By shining Just where you are Xy i There is need ot the tiniest candle As well as the garish sun f The humblest deed is ennobled iYouThe darkened regions afar So fill for the day your mission By shining Just where you are I t John Hay V NNofNNNofsfoM efoffofNofNofofofoMfof- efoBerea and Vicinity i 0 o- e o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES s sfe NelefsN NNWOfefof ofofofoffefofofofefofofoi t j DR BESTI rt1r CITY rilONR illS OFFICE OUR POST OFFICE J L N TIME TABLE SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati 645 a m 825 p m BEREA 1114 a m 1226 p mt NORTH BOUND 1 Knoxville 630 a m 1100 Po n- 1e BEREA 129 p m 400 a m 4 Cincinnati 610 p m 755 a m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p mI L BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvllle 700 p m 550 a m EXPRESS TRANI SStop to let off r or take on passengers from beyond i Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND ICincinnati 815 a m DEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p m ti Cincinnati 835 p m irMr and Mrs A J Smith were In Richmond last Thursday shopping Mrs J W Evans returned las week from Mt Vernon after a fey weeks visit with her daughter Mrs D B Chandler Mr and Mrs James Wagers are being visited this week by Mrs Wag ors father Clyde Mehatfey was here last week from Jackson Ky 1 Mr Pal LewIs has been very ill tai the last few days We want your wool at the highest market price on Depot street A L Oolt Co Mr Noel Mitchell from North Caro lina Is In town for a brief stay Mr and Mrs O E Porter and little daughter Annabel left last Thursday for Mrs Porters home fro Iowa Mr Porter will return In a tow days but Mrs Porter and daugh I e ter will stay until fall I FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to JtJGrcenloaf Asalgnce Richmond Ky Howard Dlzney left last week for ri Cbautnuoua N Y whero he will spend his summer vacation George Golden Is back from a three weeks trip In Indiana Mrs W II Porter and Frances re turned from Gadsden Ala last Thurs a day Mr Porter Is expected to be here soon 1 We sell all kinds of feed coal ice j cedar and locust poets and best quail ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday Co i i Railroad St Berea Ky A ball game played between Boron and Richmond at League Park at Richmond last Friday resulted In n victory for Berea score G to 4 Tho Berea men were Donald Edwards catcher John Jackson pitcher Frank Klnnard first base Aden Ogg second base Otrls Moore short stop Conn third base Berry right field Carter Robinson center field Richard Bongo left field There were few errora on 1 either side BercaB fast short stop made tho hit of the game knocking tho ball to tho park fence for two banes Miss Kemp gave a very delightful little social to the young people who are boarding at the Hall for the w3 summer last Thursday evening in the parlors at the Hall A large number ot people from Ben rea went to Mallory Springs Sunday to a Sunday school rally of a num H her of schools In that vicinity A very Interesting program was carried out and ample basket dinner was furnished by the largo crowd Miss Frances Hatfleld stopped over hero for a day this week from her homo at Stanton Ky on her way to Lake Chautauqua where sue will spend the summer Mr Cleveland Woolf nnd Miss Kate Carter were quietly married last Wed nesday at tho home of her parents arrived in Be at Marlon Ky They rea on Thursday and will make their 4 home here At present they are liv ing at Mr W H Porters homo on r Chestnut St Mrs L V Dodge was called to Lan penator last week to see Mrs Geo M who Is 111 Bores played DIg Hill on Lincoln Field Saturday winning the game by j a score of 10 to 8 Miss Jennie Hanson who went west several years ago on account of her health will be married Juno 24th to Mr Calvin Luke Jones at Keramerer Wyq Mr and Mrs Jones will beat homo after July 10 at Frontier Wyo U I1I11ss Madge Smith Is nursing a case at Paint Lick FOR SALEone nearly new 20 U P boiler and engine sawmill and plan Ing mill complete with tine shaft ripsaw resaw emery wheels and steam dry kiln all In good running orderi It cuts from six to eight feet a day For prices and Intorma tlon call on H Muncy and Sow Berea Ky Phone 67 or Sand Gal Ky Phone 3 on McKee line The Rev J M Trsper of Atlanta Theological Seminary will preach at the Congregational Church Sunda morning and night Mrs O M Patterson a sister ot Mrs I L McLaren Is seriously III at her home In Lancaster Mr Frank Fowler was In town tor a short time last Wednesday Friends of Miss Hallle Embree wil be Interested In knowing that her ad dress has changed to Callo 68 Num 7C8 La Plata Argentine Rep S AmericaWANTEDNews Tho Citizen Isi a newspaper and we always wan all the news Wo have not time to call on every one In town every weel and some times dont hear Importan things till too late to print them Am sometimes wo hear wrong But we want to print all the news and have It right So It you have any thing of Interest we will be mighty glad to have you call us up or drop in am If you dont and tho Item gets over looked or Is wrong dont blame us Remember the phone Is No 16 am the office Is open all day and wo want news The second annual meeting of St Johns day League was held at the Berea Fair rounds last Saturday About a thousand people were out It spite of the rain The dinner which was served Is conceded by all to be tho finest they ever saw A part of it was ruined by the heavy shower which tell just after the tables had been laid Mr Rhode Shackleford of Richmond tho Rev Mr Parsons ot Asbury and Mr Dave Jackson better known as Smiling Dave Jackson of London were the princi pal speakers Miss Myrtle daughter of Dr T A Robinson who has been 111 for twc weeks with typhoid fever U dolnt as well as can be expected The Berea Annual fair will occur this year on August 5C7 Liberal purses and premiums will be offer ed Miss Lillian Turtle and Mrs Elnort Simpson who have been visiting the latter parents Dr and Mrs T A Robinson returned to Monticello Mon dayThe canning factory will operate this season and will can blackberries While returning from work at Paint Lick last Friday Edwin Tatum Jump ed on a freight train to ride to Berea The conductor seeing him told him to get oft and in doing BO Tatum fell and mangled his left arm BO badly that It had to bo amputated close to the shoulder Mrs Dr Davis and two sons left lost night for Omaha Neb where she will make an extended visit with her sister Mrs Jos Kinnard Miss Lela Barber was taken to Richmond yesterday where an opera tion was performed tor appendicitis Miss Barber has had several attacks of this trouble and It is hoped that the operation will cure same Mrs A S Mann who has been making an extended visit with her parents Mr and Mrs J Burdetto re turned to her home In Cleveland Tues lay The spoke factory resumed opera ton tho past week The school teachers appointed by Mr G M Treadway trustee for the public dchoob thin year are Mr Will Blanton Misses Llllle McWhor ter Ruby Smith and Etta Gay Many people regret that Miss Etta Moore ia not on the list The teachers chosen for the color jd school next year are Mr and Mrs Joshua Crenshaw HAYS CAUGHT Ernest Hays one of the men whose pictures appeared in The Citizen last reek as wanted for the murder of tames Lane at Big hilt Commence lent day has been captured at RIs- Ing Sun Ind Sheriff B P Bfoaddus of Richmond has gone to bring him to Kentucky Leonard Abne Is still at large I Argumentative- Dar Is two kinds of arguments saId Undo Eben dam In which you Is trylu to enlighten somebody an lem In which you Is tryln to fool somebody Fare for the Brave Fortune favors the brave re mrked the tourist as tho red man raked In the pot with tour aces I aG 0- i College Items II 0o 01 HERE AND THERE 1 Q 0- 1iIoProf and Mrs J W flame with their children left Tuesday for their summer vacation They will spend most of It at Seattle Wash Prof and Mrs Ellis and family occupy their house this summer Born to Mr and Mrs I L McLarer on Monday morning Donald Barton McLarenMiss Baker has returned fron a few days visit with relatives at KingstonA of students staying here for the summer took advantage ol the moonlight Tuesday night and went for a hayride Prof Marsh starting on the Whirl wind Campaign spent Sunday at Ash land Ky and vslted the family of Curtis and Lee Bailey who live near that place Lewis Kowns who lives near Ash land lost his father a few days ago and has the sympathy of his many Berea friends Mr Dock Gilbert who graduated from the Carpenters Course Com mencement Day Is working on the construction of Pearsons Hall this summer lie received perhaps the greatest ovation of Commencement Day when he came forward in the Tabernacle to receive the chest of tools given to the best graduate from the Carpenters Course by Mr Wm K Belknap of Louisville Mr and Mrs Gamble parents of Mr Will C Gamble left for their home Tuesday morning after an ox tended visit hero Misses Ada Phillips Llllle Chrlsmat and Hezeklah Woshburn went to Anglin Falls last Wednesday for a picnicMrs Julia 8 Hunting widow of Principal Hunting and one of the earlier and greatly loved teachers here Is visiting at Prof Dodges with her daughter Helen Mrs Hunting taught both in the model schools and academy Since she left seven years ago she has been teaching atNorth tleld Mass Miss Helen has one more year nt Wellesley Miss Ethel Todd Is in Derea for her vacation Mr A M D Bracker baa returned from a months vacation at Hlllsdate III Alwln Todd will work this summer In Bay View Mich F O Clark left this morning for Cornell University where he will stu dy this summer Mr and Mrs Geo Dick with their daughter Catherine left yester terday for Hamilton to spend thel vacationSeward Marsh will leave Saturday for Yale to study forestry John Chas Eckels a student of last year died recently as the result of operationMiss Marsh will start Satur day for Kansas and other places in the west She does not expect to ie in Berea next year REPUBLICAN DELEGATES The convention held here last week to elect delegates to tho Republican County Convention to be held July 3 at Richmond was well attended J IV Fowler acted as chairman and E L Robinson secretary Tho meeting strongly favored putting up a full county Republican ticket this fall believIng there Is good chance of success The following delegates were chosen Wright Kelley L V Dodge E A Robinson B H Gabbard Andrew Isaacs J H Gabbard A W Titus W L Harrison and E L Robinson ADJUSTMENT FUND SUBSCRIP TION COMPLETED The Adjustment Fund subscription on which the College has been work Ing for several years was finally completed last Saturday Our readers will remember that on account of the law excluding colored persons from Berea the trustees wero constrained to set aside 200000 of the fixed properties of the Institution and use the Income thereof for the special benefit of the colored race The Ad justment Fund was at once projected which should relieve this situation The fund was to amount to 400000 halt oI which is to give back to Beret the 200000 set aside for the colored people and the other halt to supple meal that 200000 so that the Negroes shall have 400000 for the establish ment of the new Inctltutlon Toward this Adjustment Fund Mr Carnegie pledged 200000 Mrs Russel Sage 25000 and other national givers made up the sum to about 350 00011 part of which however was conditioned upon the raising of the last 50000 In Kentucky and to this work Pres Frost and others have been devoted during the pact yearI The colored people themselves have responded generously although they were discouraged and confused In mind by various misrepresentations sent out by well known persons In Berea All together about four thousand colored people have made subscriptions ranging from fifty cents to two hundred dollars and amounting all told to approximately nineteen thousand dollars ft The white people have shown their friendliness in many ways particularly in Louisville and Lexington The largest subscription In Kentucky was five thousand dollars The newspapers of the state have been cordial toward the enterprise- It should bs remembered however as we rejoice In this great victory that the College will not be relieved of Its burdens in any wise for at least a year In the first place the collection of these subscriptions makes a matter of some difficulty and de lay The larger pledges of Carnegie and others are not due until the fifty thousand dollars In Kentucky has been actually paid In and It Is no small matter to reach four thousand colored people scattered all the way from Ashland to Paducah The next steps toward the actual opening of the Lincoln Institute depend there fore largely upon the colored peo ple themselves And as for the relief of Berea this cannot come until the money has beep collected and Invested for a year so that an Income will begin to come In During the five years since the colored left the Institution has been wonderfully sustained although not all may have noticed how severe the strain has been upon Pres and Mrs Frost and other workers The work of the Institution has been great ly pushed forward each year and a larger number of students has been accommodated But the same time the College has been Increasing Its float ing debt We can feel however that the completion of the subscription for the Adjustment Fund marks a turning point which should be commemorated with warm gratitude SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The Union Church and Bible School will hold their annual picnic at Slate Lick Saturday July 3rd 1909 Teams will leave tho Parish House at 830 and 945 a m Will leave Slat Lick at 400 and 500 p m All the members ate cordially In vited to come and bring your visiting friends with you Also your baskets Jas A Burgess For the Committee Dont Worry If you are sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself well To do this we but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills when we say TAKE CAR0U1IJ It Will Help You For 50 years this wonderful female remedy has been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly with female trouble and the doctors did no good They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it made me feel like a new woman I am still using this wonderful medicine with increasing relief AT ALL DRUG STORES i MUST WE BE BORN TWICE j ByREVACDIXONDD Putor el Iho CMeiro AT tMoody slChurch CJIcqoI Jesus said Ex cept yo be born again ye cannot see tho kingdom of God Said an other Born only once we shall die twice Born twice we shall never die What then Is the second birth Jesus teaches that It is a birth from above and Prof Drummond in his Natural Law la the Spiritual World shows the analogy I of It in nature The soil Into which the seed drops belongs to the mineral world but picked up by the vital power in the seed and lifted up into the vegetable world It Is thus born from above An ox eats the vegetable which is soon transformed Into flesh and thus lifted into the animal world Is born from above Man eats the ox which thus changed into human muscle nerve bone and brain is born Into the higher realm ot association with soul The spirit of God touches the soul which becom ing a partaker of the divine nature Is born from above into the highest spiritual realm Every growing mind has Its new births I remember the day I learned that the stars were not bright points In the sky but worlds with Infinite spaces between them It was to me an intellectual new birth as was that other day when I learned that sound was produced by waves In tho air Science has Its new births The discovery and application of steam was a new birth of travel and commerce from narrow limitations to vast possibilities So the discovery and ap plication of electricity and now of aerial navigation Why should not the soul have Its now birth from the nar row limitations of the self life to the higher life of selfsacrifice and minis try to others This new birth means a vision of Christ as king on the cross Except a man be born from above he cannot see the kingdom of God To see the kingdom Is of course to see the king and Jesus makes It plain that It Is not the king on the throne but on the cross As Moses lifted up the serpent In the wilderness even so must the son of man be lifted up that whosoever be lieveth on him should not perish but have everlasting life Seeing Christ as a martyr Jo a noble mission and dying as a victim is not the new birth He died as a king not because he was compelled to die but because he wished to die The incarnation from the birth In Bethlehem to the ascension from Ollvet marks the procession of a King His birth of a virgin was an act of his royal will He was not captured arid killed Twelve legions of angels stood ready to do his bidding and he could have released himself at any time He went to Calvary bearing the cross and was nailed to It because he came to this world to be the lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world To believe that Jesus died a willing sacrifice for my sins is to have a vision of Christ on the cross as king and make the crown of thorns a crown of glory A vision of Christ as a great teach er Is not sufficient Nlcodemus gladly confessed Jesus as a teacher with di vine credentials confirmed by miracles but it was after he had said We know that thou art a teacher come from God for no man can do these miracles that thou doest except God be with him that Jesus said to him Ye must be born again Ac cepting Christ as a good man great and noble does not settle the sin question and remove his guilt Moral ity Is no substitute for the new birth Nlcodemus was evidently a moral man and as a Pharisee was punctil ious In keeping the law But morality which Is right relation with ones fel lows does not bring Into right rela tion with God those who are alien ated and enemies in mind by wicked worksNor is religion the new birth Nice demus was Intensely religious lie prayed and gave tithes We get religion in the first birth for we are all religious animals We will worship something or somebody The Pagans are very religious Their religious nature leads some of them to walk on spikes stand between baking fires and hold up their hands till their arms become rigid Nlcodemus was a man of culture Ho was up with the his tory and science of his times But no amount of knowledge which refuses to know God In Christ reconciling the world unto himself can justify a sinner before God Jesus says to Nlcodemus Moral religious and educated as you are you must be born again And the message comes with equal force to every moral religious and educated man of today who thinks that his morality religion and education are all that God requires Except ye be born from above ye cannot see the king dom of God and the birth from above means a vision of Christ as king on the cross public confession of Christ before men and a heeding of the voice of the spirit as he speaks to our inmost souls BEREA MEN AT WORK Berea Professors to Speak In Whirl wind Campaign Nine Speak In Seventeen Counties Berea College is contributing nine men to the work of the Whirlwind Educational campaign this week and thus Is doing more for the cause of education in this state than any one other institution Berea speakers are being heard In seventeen counties and on platforms with the most distinguished men In the state The men who will present Be f rea in this great work Pros W G Frost He Is speaking in Casey and Wayne counties Prot John W DInsmore dean of speaking counties At Richmond Monday he spoke from tho same platform as Gov Wlllson andat Winchester Tuesday from the same platform as Lieut Gov Cox- Prof 5 Miles Eugene Marsh in Martin CountyeProf Charles Dickens Lewis Bath and Menlfce counties Prof Christian F Rumold Leslie t- jand Harlan counties 1andProf John E Calfee Floyd and ICnott Prof Jame3 P Faulkner Lawrence and Martin Prof Ellis C Scale Logan and ToddNo other Institution In the state kaking t a Psychology of Dreams Dreams go by contraries tfjt they nearly always agree with what we eat Birmingham AgoHerald I ONION LAWN FENCE I 4 JbrtorJclenn TV0 make fencing for lawns PGuitITVrlteUNION FENCE CO DeKlb Ill KJUUM City Me Y WtWODLIHIDESMDFURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng + Golden Seal Yellow Root etc Were Sealers and cm do better for than agent or commlujon lDerchaDtaIReference any Bank ia Write for weekly price list and ship ping tags We bass tree M SABEL do SONStClTMil H IN 1881 229 Eo Market SU LOUISVILLE KY I EucTmciAtfaad MECHANIC at U maaatlnorreryodyLa comlrodeDcdhotor IIcaI oil of pictures Sera pie copy key K you nam J this paper I eea year Sampson rub Co I Beacon sw Cotton Mail Photosrnplly Intereiu everybody AMERICAN 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many since Germanys support alone saved Austria from defeat It Ishows 4whatpower today exercises the dom 1InaUngInfluence In the sphere of con politics Germany does this In virtue of her possession of the largest I and most efficient army In Eu rope while her navy Is inferior There has been considerable expor tation of gold from the United States during the past few weeks and some apprehension has been expressed as to the result Dut coolheaded observers have seen the true Inwardness of the situation and perceived that with an easy money market here it was na tural for gold to be called for by other countries where good rates for the use thereof could be obtained And It Is evident that foreign financial centers do not regard the movement as dan gerous to American interests On the contrary American credit has strengthened abroad And the actual and reported discoveries of gold which are likely to put the United States In the very forefront of gold producers this year Is made much of In the old securSe The announcement is made that corn of variety and quality comparing well with the American product can be Imported In considerable quantities from South Africa While there Is no likelihood of the United States losing supremacy as a corn growing country the statement suggests some interest ing possibilities There is a duty on corn of 15 cents per bushel of 56 pounds and the wise Alecks of free trade have often pointed to this as an economic absurdity In view of what was considered our impregnable posi tion as a corn producer But the fact that It is seriously proposed to Import foreign corn as a competitor of the na five article will tend to convince the farmer that this particular duty Isa good thing If a bill now pending before the New r York legislature becomes a law the chronic drunk will be shipped to a farm colony with an inebriate hospital t attached where ho can be sclentlflcal ly treated and at the same time be made to work for his board Tho plan Is the outgrowth of the resentment of Bellevuo hospital In having to treat tho same old topers over and over again and of the weariness of charity 4organizations In dealing with them It is a good scheme for in all this tern t tperancemovement the man who hab itually gets drunk and makes a beast t of himself should not be overlooked And there Is some reason to believe- t that the chronic drunkard will not Ira mediately pass out of existence even In dry communities According to a Rutland dispatch the attorney general of Vermont having got a verdict of murder In the first degree left the courtroom in tears The rrAmericans seem to have the tenderest thokbeen thought to be of sterner stuff Still having done his duty tho attor ney general was entitled to tho solace of weeping and It Is a fact that the poor prosecuted and usually acquitted t murderer or murderess Is the sure onion for the sentimental eye Nobody else approaches him as n player upon the sympathies nod a tear bottler I J SENATE HAS TUX HE TWO PER CENT ASSESSMENT FOR EVERY CORPORATION PROVIDED IN TAFT PLAN CONCERNS GET EXEMPTION Will Be Benefited by 5000 Provision Which Is to Be In Force Until Act Becomes EffectivesPresident Is Author Washington President Tafts much heralded corporation tax plan was presented to the senate by Senator Aldrich chairman of tho finance committee and was ordered printed as a committee amendment to the tariff bill Briefly stated the plan Imposes a tax of two per cent upon the net earnings of every corporation joint stock company or association organ Ized for profit and having a capital stock represented by shares and every insurance company organizer under the laws of the United States or of any state territory or district or organized under the laws of any foreign country and engaged in business within the United States Every latitude is given to concerns subject to the tax for tho exemption of expenses cost of maintenance the depreciation ot property debts and the interest thereon other forms ot taxation and all expenditures usually taken from earnings accounts Every corporation is also given an exemp tion of 5000 of earnings before the tax shall apply Commissioner to Collect All ot the machinery relating to the collection remission and refund of Internal revenue taxes is made appli cable to the corporation tax and the responsibility for the enforcement oi the proposed law rests with the com missioner of Internal revenue In the same manner as other Internal taxes While the corporations are required to supply information of a most inti mate character relating to their busi ness provision Is made to safeguard them against wrongful use of data obtained for tho purpose of assessing tho tax Penalties are provided In cases of false or fraudulent re turnsPractically every character of in corporated institution organized for profit Is brought within the provisions of the corporation tax Defines Taxable Concerns The provision defining the concerns from which the tax wlU be collected Is as folows That every corporation joint stock company or association organ- Ized for profit and having a capital stock represented by shares and every Insurance company now or hereafter organized under the laws of the United States or of any state or terri tory of the United States or under the acts of congress applicable to Alaska or the District of Columbia or organ ized under the laws of any foreign country and engaged in business In any state or territory of the United States or in Alaska or in the District of Columbia shall be subject to pay anually a special excise tax with respect to the carrying on or doing bust ness by such corporation joint stock company or association or Insurance company equivalent to two percentum upon the entire net income over and above 5000 received by it from all sources during such year This Is exclusive of amounts re celved by it as dividends upon stock of other corporations joint stock com panles or associations or insurance companies subject to the tax hereby Imposed or If organized under the laws of any foreign country upon the amount of net Income over and above 5000 received by It from business transacted and capital Invested within the United States and its territories Alaska and the District of Columbia during such year exclusive of amounts so received by It as divi dends upon stock of other corpora tions joint stock companies or also ciations or Insurance companies subject to the tax hereby Imposed Such net Income shall be ascertained by deducting from the gross amount of tho income of such corpora Lion joint stock company or associa Lion or Insurance company from all sourcesEARTHQUAKE SHAKES WEST District Supposedly Out of Zone of Seismic Disturbances Feels Terrific Tremor of Ground Grass Valley Cal An earth quake tho most severe shock ex perienced here in several years occurred in this vicinity A second and lighter shock came at 1149 p m Reports from Marysvllle Nevada City Chico and Colfax say that those towns were also shaken Reno N M An earthquake shock was felt here White it was one of the heaviest experienced here no damage was done This sec tion of the country has heretofore been considered as being out of the earthquake zone- Confesses to Big Theft anII4600 from the com pany early last Tuesday morning He directed representatives of tho express company to his home where he had the money concealed and it was recovered Georgia Negro Lynched Cuthbert Ga Fifteen masked men toot Albert Reese a negro from jail sad hanged him i n f ICAN WE BEAT THE DUTCH MRS GOULD WINS HER SUIT GETS SEPARATION AND 36000 A WEAR Woman Is Happy Over Court Vlndl- cation Says She Cares Little for Money New York Justice Dowllng In the supreme court decided that the charges of Intoxication and im proper conduct against Mrs Howard Gould had not been proved and grant ed the legal separation for which she JayGouldWith the exception of alimony her victory was complete but In this phase of the case the court decided that 36000 a year was sufficient ale though In her suit Mrs Gould asked for 250000 She has been receiving 25000 a year from Mr Gould so that the amount fixed by the court Is but a slight Increase compared with the amount sued for If Mrs Gould returns to the stage the amount may be reduced Immediately after the decision De Lancey Nlcoll for Mr Gould asked for a COday stay of judgment and Clarence J Sheam for the plain tiff asked for an immediate Judgment Justice Dowling compromised by making the stay 30 days Howard Gould hurried from the room as soon as the decision was given and declined to discuss the case Mrs Gould left the court with Mr Shearn and drove away in an automobile Mr Shearn jubilant at the decision was eager to discuss It Judge Dowlings decision he said is a sweeping and complete vindica tion of Mrs Gould That has been the object of all this bitter litigation Mrs Gould could have compromised for a fortune at any time but would never consider for a moment any thing but the opportunity ot clearing her name in an open public trial Mrs Gould Issued the following statementI the happiest woman living because I have been so completely vindicated before the entire world of all these horrible charges Not one little pang shot through my heart at the smallness of the allowance only supreme joy and the deepest grati tude I send a thousand loving thanks to all who have helped me NINE TOURISTS DROWNED Five Americans and Four English Perish In Killarney LakeTwo Boatmen Lose Lives Klllarney Ireland A large row boat carrying five American and four English tourists and four Irish boatmen was swamped in a gale while crossing Lower Klllarney lake Wednes day afternoon All of the tourists and drownedIwere A Hil ton and son of Tacoma Wash Mr and Mrs Loughead of Boston Miss M H Catum of Massachusetts town not known Itev B Barton and sis ter of London and Miss Florence Wil kinson and cousin of Brentweod Es sex Boatmen Con Tooney and Con GhresonAbduls Deposit 21500000 Constantinople It is under stood that the government has ascertained that tho cash deposits of Abdul Hamld the deposed sultan of Turkey In the Imperial Bank of Ger many amount to 21500000 TwoCent Rate Knocked Out Philadelphia Tho twocent fare law passed by the Pennsylvania legislature in 1901 received an other blow when Judge Willson In tho common pleas court hero declared the law unconstitutional Bingham Sues Gaynor New York Police Commissioner Blngham brought suit against Supreme Court Justice William J Gaynor claiming 100000 damages for defamation of character in letters criticising the commissioner T EXPLOSION KILLS SEVENTEEN Sixteen Others Are Badly Injured In Pennsylvania Mine CraahShaft- NonGaseoul Wehrum PaFurther search for bodies was made Thunday In mine No 4 of the Lackawanna Coal Ii Coke Company where 17 men were killed and 1C Injured Wednesday by the explosion of gas It was believed that all the bodies had been taken out and that first reports of C6 being en tombed were exaggerated Only one American was killed Inspector Joseph Williams of Al toona with a party entered the mine shortly after eight oclock at night to ascertain whether anyone was yet en tombedAll two rooms of the nine were thoroughly searched and it was an nounced that It was thought no more bodies were in the mine Coroner Hammers has not yet set the date of an Investigation of the explosion Superintendent A M Johnson said that while the mine has always been regarded as nongaseous tho explosion was duo to the ignition of a pocket of gas by the open lamp ot a miner The mine has only been operating two days each week Tuesday and Friday Those In the mine had entered the shaft for their dally allowance of coal for family use Grouped about the slope entrance of the mlno just below tho explosion terIand maimed they rushed about the settlement crying for aid The cries I and sound ot hissing mine gas at the entrance of tho mlno brought the entire town to tho scene- Superintendent W N Johnson backed by the office force of the cornS pany stood at the mine entrance and held back the frantic women whose relatives were entombed NEGROES FIRE A TOWN Feud Caused by Elelon of Gov Hughes Blamed for Goshen N Y Blaze New YorkA fire of Incendiary origin believed to have been started by negroes as the result of a race feud growing out of the election of Gov Hughes last fall pearly destroyed the town ot Goshen the summer home at- E H Harriman Thursday Arthur Coates president of the Coates Automobile Company rode through the town In his touring car and with a megaphone gave the alarm to every household Th3 Presbyterian church the Sayer Lumber Company yard and an eightstory tenement house and several private dwellings were destroyed and tho Millar Cart Company and Coates Automobile Company were partly burned The loss is more than 100000 HORSE HAULS DEAD MASTER Faithful Animal Takes Body of Man Who Was Struck by Lightning Into Town Des Moines IaDurlng a violent thunderstorm at Perry Thursday night Fred K Moll former chief of the fire department and wealthy resi dent was struck and killed by light ning as he was riding to his home In a buggy Ills faithful horse carried the body to the post office where Postmaster F M Hoe found It Lightning also struck the Christian church demol fishing tho tower iThree Fishermen Drowned Gladstone Mich The body of Os car CarIllon washed ashoro near Garth indicating the loss of a sail boat and three Gladstone men who left Sunday for a fishing trip The two men still missing are Andrew Smith and Edward Holn Fltzherbert Wins the Suburban New York Fltzherbert owned by Suburbanbandlrap four yearold Alfred Noble was sea and and Fayctto third WOO DILL SLAYER A SUICIDE BROKER EASTMAN TAKES OWN LIFE AFTER CRIME Womans Career Shrouded In Mystery Was Attractive and Posed as Lyman Gages Ward St Michaels Md Famished for food and water surrounded by armed and determined men and his last chance to escape gone the man who killed tho beautiful May Edith Thompson Woodlll fired a bullet Into his own heart thus ending the final chapter of a crime that is unparalleled In tho his tory of this section of the country The finale of the tragic story was written In thd early summers dawn as the murderer at bay stood In tho skiff in which he had mado a des perate but futile effort to escape and took hli01lfe to escape a sure penalty of death for the slaying of a young woman rarely excelled for beauty Taking his fate Into his own hands and blotting out untold tho story of the death of n girl who had moved in the highest social circles of Balti more Washington and Los Angeles a beautiful talented girl who had been a protege of Lyman J Gage and of former Gov Frank Brown of this state the man known hero as Emmet E Roberts but who In reality was Robert Emmet Eastman a failed broker of the Consolidated Stock ex change of Now York passed beyond tho reach of tho law and with his go Ing there vanished the hopo of clear Ing up the motive and the battling doe tails of this strange tragedy Hemmed in on all sides Eastman tried to steal out through one of tho many branches of the creek but the slight noise of his oars was detected and the eagleeyed watchers saw the dark form of his boat over the water There was a sharp command to halt which was unheeded then another command Then Eastman fired whether at the posse or at himself Is unknownA upon Eastmans body addressed to hi wlto nn actress known as Vinnie Bradcomo In New York gave Eastmans Ill sustained excuse for the crime It was a rambling ac count of how he hind been out In a launch with a party of men and wom en all of whom had been drinking to excess with the exception of himself and Mrs Woodlll of how one of tho women in n fit of jealous frenzy had attacked Mrs Woodlll with a wine bottle and killed her leaving him to dispose of tho body Mrs Woodlll the wife of Gilbert Woodlll an automobile dealer In Los Angeles though twice married was but a slip of a girl vivacious petite and Immensely fond of pretty clothes always Immaculately dressed and weighed only about 100 pounds Where the girl sprang from and who her father was aro clothed with much of the same deep mystery which surround the details of her death She was adopted by Col Charles H Thompson a well todo farmer of the eastern shore of Maryland 19 years ago when she was a tot of three The baby was In the custody of a Minne apolis street car conductor and his wife who said they know nothing of her parents BARE FRENCH NAVY SCANDAL Fleet Costing 700000000 Would Be Without Coal In Six Hours Says Report ParisThe report ot the parlla mentary commission which invest gated the naval scandals In France has been turned In It Is a scathing condemnation ot the naval administration for the last ten years and it makes an astounding exposure of the deplorable condition of the fleet for which France has spent 700000 000 since 1899 The 350 pages of the report are filled with details ot the Inefficiency resulting from confusion and red tape conditions that make French naval construction cost 25 per cent more than English or German Perhaps the gravest feature of the exposure is the lack of reserve coal and ammunition supplies at the varl ous ports and arsenals Ono officer testified before the commission that lit the end of a naval battle of six hours the ships would find It impossi ble to replenish and would be virtual ly out of commission ILLINOISAN LONDON BRIDE Miss Edith Dodd Daughter of Pharmacy Board Secretary Now Mrs R L McCIUre LondonRobert L S McCluro son ot S S McClure the magazine pub Usher was married Friday at St Georges Hanover square by special license to Miss Edith Dodds of Spring field Ill daughter of the secretary of the state board of pharmacy The bride and bridegroom were classmates at Knox college In Gales burg III graduating in 1908 since when Mr McClure has been attending Merlin university whither he will re turn after their honeymoon trip to the continent and home to resume his study England to Send Warships London The British government has decided to send the cruiser Bed ford und the sloops Algerlne and Shearwater to California to participate In the celebration next October of the rebuilding of San Francisco Cholera Spreads In St Petersburg St Petersburg Ninetynine new cases of cholera and 40 suspected cases were taken to hospitals during the 24 hours ending at noon Friday There were 34 deaths THE DRINK TRAFFIC European Countries Regarded as Solution of Intemperance Problem All Countries Discuss Question The continent Is regarded by many as providing the solution of the prob lem of Intemperance The VIgorousfcampaign against the evil In several of the European countries however shows that England is not the only country which has to grapple with In temperance The government of Hun gary is taking action against drunk enness Press reports from Budapest state that Count Andrassy tho min- Ister ot tho Interior Is now devoting his serious attention to the drinking problem which has recently con fronted Hungary A national council for dealing with the evil whoso works to discover the best and most effectual means of eliminating drunk enness has been called Into being Primarily there is to be a reform fall the drinking shops Budapest is full of pallnka shops where vile and destructive spirits are sold to workmen Educational methods are also to bo made use of and tho evil of liquor drinking Is to be demonstrated In schools and other places A large Institution Is also to bo built for dealing with drunkards and pro viding a cure treatment Tlo govern =ment have determined to scientifically attack tho question of drink with a steady earnestness of purpose and satisfactory results may be expected- In both Vienna and Budapest a great and Increasing Interest In tho temperance movement has been aroused At a recent series of con ferences conducted by tho Interna tional League of Good Templars Dr Forel editor of LAbstlncncc address ing audiences of 3000 and more persons said that despite the hostility ot officials of these cities all classes were becoming enthulllaaticI OHIO STRIKES BLOW Temperance Forces Win Greatest VIc- tory Yet Gained By Carrying Ohio County By Largest Vote Ever Cast Ohio temperance forces signalized the passing of March by winning tho greatest vlctory which has yet been gained under the new county option law Clark county containing the city et of Springfield was voted dry in a f latthe presidential contest NInetythrco saloons and threo breweries aro put out of business by the result which was In doubt up to the very last mo foncopounced already that the saloon forces will contest the verdict of tho pooplo In tho courts and the announcement was to have been expected To a greater degree than Is true In any oth er trade the liquor men seem to fall leasy victims to the wiles of the shy ster lawyer They aro always eager s y to contest and In almost every case t the final decision brings no gain except to tho lawyers In the case It 4Allare agreed In one thing that the lars est credit In every case Is due to the women Without their faithful serve Ice In preparing the community for tho contest and In marshaling the vote on election day It Is not too much to say that no one of the coun ties which aro now recorded In tho dry column would have Its place there Tho temperance victory Is in a real sense tho victory ot good women Drinking Habit Formed In Youth If there Is otto subject more than another within the entire scope ot the liquor problem upon which all observers aro In gratifying accord It Is in regard to tho dangers of allowing alcohol In any quantity to children and a adolescents During youth thee habits of the body aro formed and tho grow ing organism has peculiar suBceptlbll Ity to narcotic poisons says McClurost Magazine Dr Alexander Lambert made a study of a certain number of 4 alcohol cases In Bolleviio hospital with reference to the ago at which the use of tho drug began Hero aro tho rather startling and highly suggestive factsOf 259 instances where the ago of i beginning to drink was known four began before six years of age 13 between six and twelve years 60 between twelve and sixteen 102 between sixteen and twentyone 71 be tween six and twelve GO between twentyone and thirty and eight only after thirty years of age Thus nearly seven per cent began before twelvO years of age or the seventhschool year 30 per cent began before the age of sixteen and over twothirds that is 63 per cent began before twentyone years of age Must Not Visit Saloons Most railroads require temperance on tho part of their employes but tho Missouri Kansas Texas Rail way Company goes so far as to forbid them to put themselves In the way of temptation It has issued an order to the effect that any employe who has his pay check cashed in a saloon will bo discharged The presumption Is probably that the cashing of a rRrtaking at Tf a pod little fairy should come up 10met tIrcb jive me a r justi noW fd Wfrl shadof one little toy T Wf1aHfJOj1Je tnc Wish one Chinese and one Ia4jGauss I f y ohfimji of f J I First Glorious Fourth 1 I I How It Was Celebrated in the City of Brotherly Love ENNSYLVANIA so r I chin historic buildings has tho honor of being tho birthplace of the first Fourth of July celebration Not many miles from tho heart of the Quaker City there stood un til recently tho beautiful colonial house where the signers of tho Dec laration of Indoncnd oncu vuni to celebrnte Unfortunately tho hand of commercialism grabbed beautiful Elm 11111 mansion nt No 4215 Frankford avenuo and uprotted St raising on tho site of a modern apartment house In tho once beautiful garden sur I Where July rounding this property which during revolution was owned by Dr Enoch Edwards a noted patriot public celebration of the Declara lion of Independence took place on the evening of July 8 1776 If musty records of ye olden times are to be bolloved several tho party wended their way through the shady avenues and across the smooth Jawn to the Ivycovered summerhouse with strangelyshaped mysteriouslooking bundles tucked under arms which they carefully upon the ground as they sat contentedly down to do justice to the bountiful spread which their hospitable host had pro Tided Rare old wines and cholco viands of every description were brought forth As the delicate mor sols disappeared and after courso Was brought on tho party warmed up to the occasion When tho stars commenced to twinkle forth their right to rule and the moon sailed above the tree tops It Is said that mild sober Frank lin actually sent a knowing wink at stately Jefferson who responded by reaching under the table and fishing out ono of those mysterious bundles which had earlier In the evening aroused tho curiosity of the host Amid a silence of breathless expecta tion tho string was untied and a pack ago huge Roman candles came to viewCheer after cheer drowned tho music of tho crickets and katydids and startled tho feathered songsters who had long ago their and wore peacefully sleeping In the tree tops Skyrockets firecrackers pin wheels red yellow and purple lights In short every then known variety of fireworks followed tho Roman the First Fourth of Was Celebrated the tho first of their placed course high of hushed songs candles and each fresh package brought forth another three times threoWhen all was In readiness the first glorious Fourth ever held In Amer ica in tho now regulation firework fashion was commenced How these rockets etc were secured or where they came from Is unknown As each rocket shot skyward as each blast of exploding powder rent tho echoes these makers of history laughed applauded and shouted with delight The celebration was continued away into tho wee small hours of tho morn Ing and although 133 glorious Fourths have followed this first jub Roe which was held on tho 8th of July 177 never has there been a greater display of patriotism never has there been more true American ism expressed than there was on that birthday BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Out of 300000 Residents of Louisville There Is But One Chinaman Accord ing to Canvass Made by Police to Ascertain Number of Celestials Louisville ICyTho murder of Elsie Sigel In New York city by Leon Ling Chinaman caused a canvass to ascertain how many Chinese residents this city has The investigation made by tho police revealed tho fact that out of 300000 persons there was but ono Chinaman The Orientals always have given Louisville a wide berth The police say that of all the cities In tho country Louisville Is tho most unpopular spot with Chinese Nearly a half century ago a Chinaman here was ac cured of some crime and all ot them wero given notice that they would have to leave At that time there was a big Chinese colony here the popula lion being upward of 200 STATEWIDE PROHIBITION Commercial Club of Louisville Goes on Record as Opposed to Plan Louisville Ky Before one of tho largest assemblages of business men over hold In Louisville tho Commercial club of this city went on record as against statewide prohibition Tho vote came after a number of Impas sinned speeches had been made and was practically unanimous those vot ing for a resolution that the club de cline to commit its membership on the proposition scarcely being able to make themselves heard While the meeting was In session In tho big din- Ing room of the Galt house hundreds of telegrams wero received from busi ness men and corporations In Coving ton Newport Lexington Paducah Owensboro Henderson Frankfort and nearly every city and town In tho state appealing to the Commercial club to take a firm stand against state wldo prohibition Mayor and Editor Clar once EWoods of Richmond a recog nized temperance worker sent tho fol lowing message Your million coun try cousins will make grass grow on your Main street If Louisville mer chants take sides with the liquor peo pie against us A sober state like a sober workingman buys merchandise and not booze Whose trade do you prefer INVITED TO KENTUCKY Louisville Board of Trade Extends In vitation to Tennessee Liquor Manufacturers Louisville KyAt an open meeting of the Board of Trade to consider tho advisability of tho whole board extend ing au invitation to the liquor manu facturers of Tennessee to take refuge In Kentucky and do business here tho specific Invitation was amended to In clude all lines of business in all states The effect of the meeting was to open wide Kentuckys doors to those who are suffering from tho effects of state wide prohibition wherever they may be NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM For Frankfort Will Cost Between 45 000 and 50000 Frankfort Ky Frankfort Is to have practically a new telephone sys tem as Engineer L Q Griffith for the Home Telephone Co arrived horo from Loulsvlllo and Immediately be gan work to locate an exchange The company will probably buy tIle bullet ing and will Install a complete new central energy system with modem equipment Instruments and fixtures nt a cost of between 45000 and 50000 Frankfort ICITwo negro convicts Theodore Johnson sent from Clark county for 15 years for housebrealtlng and Irvin Johnson sent from Wood lard county for forgery escaped from the pentltentlary by picking tho ce ment from around a large stono under their cell window and scaling the wall In the womans department Thocdoro Johnson served n tenn at Sing Sing New York and la still at large Irvin Johnson was captured by James Swltz er who lives near Duckers Station In Woodford county four or five hours after he had escaped He was returned to the penitentiary by Switzer who re coved 100 reward Lexington KyPlans for pooling the 1909 crop ot tobacco In Kentucky were discussed at a meeting of the dis trict board of the Burley Society hero Congressman Cantrell and Dr McMlI ler of Pcndleton county represented tho American Society of Equity Lexington Ky Thomas J McGurk who was arrested twice for keeping oppn his saloon and fined 50 and costs In the police court sent a written notice to the mayor to tho effect that he Is not vested with any Judicial power or right to Impose penalties Upon receipt of this notice the mayor promptly revoked his license Cynthlana KyJohn W Urmston a wealthy farmer died at his homo In the Broadwcll neighborhood from In juries sustained when he was gored I by a bull some time ago CAPITAL NOTES Railroad Commissioner Appointed Gov Willson appointed Representa tine John P Haswell of Hardlnsburg Drccklnridgo county as railroad com missioner In the First district to fill tbo vacancy created by the death of the late McD Fergus- onKentuckyI Flashes I Winchester KyTho new 40000 fraternity building the Joint property of the local Masons and Knights of Pythias was dedicated here Jackson KyJohn McCoy and Nor man McCoy were placed In Jail hero on the charge of assaulting with In tent to kill County Judge S S Taul ben Louisville Ky Walter Paris secr Liry of the Ross Parls Hotel Co proprietors of the Louisville hotel and one of the best known hotel men In the country died of appendicitis at a local Infirmary following an operation four days ago- Lexington KyThe first meeting ot the Central and Eastern Kentucky League of Postmasters was buld here The officers elected were J Barnes Owlngsvlllc president Miss Pearl C James Mulr secretary and Miss Ida M Dauncr Stamping Ground treas urer Louisville KyAs the result of facts brought out in a mass meeting of health authorities held hero In which It was shown that Jefferson county Is being deluged with Impure milk n special committee was appoint ed to draw up specifications governing tho sale of milk- Paintav111e KyIt is said J O Crabbe stato school superintendent Is to succeed tho late Dr Roark as president of tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond The ap pointment of Mr Crabbe it is said has been unanimously agreed on by thin board of regents Louisville KyTho mandate from the circuit court of appeals In Cincin nati ordering that Weber Bros be ousted from the management of the Masonic theater here Is In tho hands of local authorities and tho Grand Lodge of Kentucky will bo given possession of tho theater at once Nlcholasvllle KyA government order has been received by the saw mills on the Kentucky river to the effect that all log booms must be removed as they Interfere with river traffic and work injury to tho govern ment locks and dams These plants employ several hundred hands llcCorjIsecure evidence In numerous reported cases of criminal practice He secured ono and it is reported two signed ntatemenls from slxteen year old girls Ho will ask Judge Stout to call a spa clal session of tho grand Jury Louisville KyThnt Indiana and adjoining states are making Louisville the dumping ground for diseased cows and that the sole of germladen milk In this city had already gone far be yond the danger line were statements made before members of the special committee of state county and city health authorities Louisville KyWith all the bra vado of n real western road agent an unmasked man on horseback rode up to tho door of Theodore Deddens sa loon at midnight and with drawn revolvers held up tho bartender rifled his pockets took the contents of the cash register and rode away Tho robbery was committed where dozens ot people wore passing tho door Louisville KyThe National As sedation of Numbered Postal Station Clerks which will bo organized In this city at the convention ot the Na tional Druggists association In Sep tember will bo composed exclusively of drug clerks who also work in postal stations established In drug stores About 4000 druggists from all parts of the country will attend the convention Lexington KyThe general council at a special meeting passed Mayor Skeins ordinance creating a water contract commission composed of five members of tho council and five mem bers of the Commercial club to draft and submit for approval a 25year con tract between the Lexington Waterworks Co and the city of Lexington Bellevuo lySUIIt Ih L Eby of tho public schools was denied any voice at tho meeting of the board of education with reference to the charges against tho Misses Brunson McLnren and Smith teachers In the schools and by a resolution they wera reelected for another term Georgetown KyWill Taylor a ne gro 19 who worked on the place of Mrs Alvin Brocklng on the Stamping Grounds pike was arrested but be cause of fear of mob violence tho ar rest was kept secret The negro la charged with attempted assault on the 4 year old daughter of Zach Bracking Louisville KyTho third biennial convention of tho National Fraternal Society of Deaf Mutes will bo held In this city July 510 and wlaborato propi rations are under way for the enter talnment of tho guests r rnN I T f1baspart by straps of material with pointed ends below two tucks are made and at tho other part there are three tucks The coat Is tight fitUng and has cut away fronts It Is trimmed with braid and buttons the edge Is braided so also Is the waistcoat Velvet Is used for the collar Hat of straw trimmed withribbonMaterial required eight yards cloth 40 Inches wide three dozed buttons onefourth yard velvet one dozen yards braid four yards coat lining Tho second would be very handsome made up In oakapplo brown chiffon cloth the skirt Is quite plain and is cut at tho foot so that It hangs In graceful folds The coat has a waistcoat of embroidered lace also a panel ot It down center of back and each side of front tho back fits tightly and the fronts ore semifitting buttons and cords aro sewn on either sldo of waistcoat also on panellat back Tho long tightfitting sleeves are trimmed with strips of lace at the wrist Hat of coarse straw to match trimmed with roses and a feathertMaterials required 3 yards of em broidered lace 1 yard braid ono dozen buttons 5 yards lining for coat SUITABLE IN MANY SHADES Graceful Gown of Cashmere That Would Be Appropriate In Al most All Seasons Colors Alligatorgray Is the color chosen for this graceful gown but It would look well In many of tho beautiful shades there are to be had this sea son The plastron down center of front and back Is trimmed each side with satin covered buttons to match the other part of skirt is plain and rests slightly on the ground all round Two folds aro arranged on each shoul der and brought slightly toward the plastron both front and back The revers aro trimmed with braid and edged with ball fringe tho sleeve Is trimmed to match Tucked silk forms the yoke and plain silk slightly tucked Is used for the deep cuff edged with frilling Hat ot stretched satin trimmed with roses and ribbon Materials required Eight yards cashmere 48 inches wide four dozen buttons three yards ball fringe one half dozen yards braid two yards silk t3 yards satin Paris Adopts Tailored Hats The chapeau talleur Is having an astonishing vdguo in Paris So great la tho demand for this particular kind of headgear that the leading Paris designers and even those whoso spe cialty until now line been the elaborate hat exclusively do not disdain to devote some of their attention to It Vogue The New Sailor The new sailor has a low broad crown with a wide brim a little wider at one side than the other the sides curling up very slightly THE Of ISatlnoParis llInlrforshallow and oblong It was lined with mercerized satino pink of high luster and covered with Paris muslin which Is as dainty looking as organdie and much more durable The pink lining was put In plain but the muslin was gathered slightly at top and bottom of the sides the botrtom being plain Double strips of inch wide Valenciennes Insertion were arranged across the bottom to form a diamondAlong each side were pockets of tho t muslin gathered at tho top on an t elastic and edged with narrow lace Tho fronts ot the pockets as well as of the long pin cushion across one end a and tho equally long stiffened cover with leaves of flannel underneath to hold safety pins at the other end were also stripped with Insertion In dia mond effect y Where each pocket and cushionI Joined the basket the sewing was con pinkbabyruffle that fell over tho sides was made of straight strips of the Paris muslin with an Inchwldo hem at tho bottom and above It eighth of an inch tucks a halt Inch apart with 4 baby ribbon sowed between each tuck Tho ribbon was put on plain though it would have been equally pretty If aiwidth wider ribbon was used gathered at tho upper edge Oriental Silks cominsInpopular favor because of their genuine oddity among fabrics They are al ways sought by persons who look for I the exclusive patterns and this is possible among oriental silks where two patterns may be alike but of dif ferent colors Tho trimmings for such aro plain silks soutache and crochet buttons One of the dashing dresses constructed of this material was a brick red with clouded effect It was trimmed with blackred grosgrain silk and an edging of black soutache In sawtooth fashion for bands The dress was a very good example of what can be produced with a foreign silk Llnjerle Bag A pretty sum nor fashion Is lingerie Dorothy bag Dainty bags of openwork embroidery of thsIbrodcrle Anglalse order with in delicate shades of pink primrose blue green or mauve and ribbon handles to match will bo carried The color chosen for the lining will bo repeated in the draped celntura round the waist the ribbon on the lingerie hat and the bows of tho sun shade It Is a quaint and pretty fashion the lingerie bag and during thehof part of the year tho familiar leather handbag will tako a back place 1 1 i J I 1 t East Kentucky Correspondence f o t News You Get Nowhere Else i J ae OomtJoa4Hct piUUkM Mini Hued la im by tae witttr i li aot far ptbUaiHoi bit aa u rrM M of good fattft Write plalatro AAA eRttaM e ee t1 sd o o JACKSON COUNTY GKKENIIALL Greenhall June 28F F McCollum a leading merchant of Sturgeon hasI f sold out his stock of merchandise William Brewer Wzn Flanerys babyI ate some fly poison and was very PlanInlngW N Hughes on Travis The slnglnil school at Bethlehem is doing well Wheat is better than has been InI several years and farmers are about done harvesting The wet weather continues but crops are looking fine Mrs n M Flanery lost her cape as she come home from Beattyvll Sunday June 21stMr Clark Wilson ia trying to make up money to buy an organ for the M E church at Cannons chapel Every one should help r to buy an organ as every church needs one The first Sunday In each j month Rev Harvey Johnson preaches at Canons chapel in the morning and at Big Springs in the evenln Died in Oklahoma Mrs Jane Smlt wife of Henry Clay Smith and daughter of Levi Couch She was burled at New Hope Ky SundayMrs Ned Madden and children visited G G Madden SundayAndy Pierson and wife visited Mrs Piersons parents SundayThe Sunday school at Canons chapel Is doing good workLeander Bingham will teach the Bethlehem school this year and Hardin Long will teach at Hickory Flat CHfto I Wilson has a job at the Hughes and Botner mill on Travis driving a team s A fine colt belonging to Robert Flanery died Henry Crank who was 4sentto the State penitentiary a few ago has been paroled and will I be at home this weekSamuel Evan and wife and Bill Evans and famll were visiting Andy Spence Sunday John D Smith of the firm of J N Smith and Co has gone home to take care of lets wheat cropRead The Cltzen It gives us the news it teaches us things we should know in fact it is the best weekly pape we can get PARR T Parrot Juno 2SWet weather stll continues in this part with little f work being doneMr John Jones who has been at Hamilton for the past four months returned home last weekSeveral people from Parro attended church at ML Zion Sunday John McQueen and wife who have t been visiting the formers brother of this place returned to their home In Tennessee last weekMr Stephen Gabbard took dinner at J Nichols 1 Rachel Price and daughter ii t iLucy visited friends at Welchburt eat last Friday Mlsa Letha Fllnchuir t spent last Sunday with Misses Nora Minnie and Lucy Price Little Hazel Cornelius1 has been very sick for the last few daysEvery body is plan ning to attend the big march at the Indian Creek school house next Sun r day July 4thSchool wlHbegln at Itthisplace July 12th with w Morris teacher IIOIiLEY niceIMr Bowman held his regular services I I at this place Saturday and Sunday and preached some Interesting sermons r Quite a large crowd was presentMr and Mrs T L Morris visited the 1 formers parents near Mlddlefork Sat If urday and SundaySeveral people are planning to attend a memorial f t meeting at the school house near the mouth of Indian Creek July 4Mr John Roberta has been working for Mr John Gabbard near Waneta this week t GRAY HAWK Gray Hawk June 26 Farmers are behind with crops on account of rainy Crops look well in this part Potatoes are the best in yearsMrs F 0et Stidham is very sick at this writing Mrs Stephen Rice died June 17th of consumption Mrs Mary McCloud died June 16thGeo Fox has about re- t c covered from an attack of feverr J F Tincher made a business trip to W R Engles and purchased a wagon I load of flour sugar and coffee Mr Thos Parrett and wife visited Jr I W Adkins a few days ago at Gray- S Hawk Jas Stidham is planning to go to Hamilton 0 to work in the C i C P mills Press Adkins has his 1 f crops done and is clearing a new ground for next year He has a fino it cropC D Tincher is raising turkeys 5 The Hall Stave Co are operating p In Gray Hawk They have a large 1 boundary of timber and want lots 9 of help The Opocsum Trot Lumber k tCo is doing a hustling business V rOWSLEY COUNTY OAIlllAIUI Gabbard June 2Glr and Mrs f A TBaker and baby and brother j Ruford4of Rlcetown spent Sunday I with Mr and Mrs Alfred Eversole ot Cow CreekJas R Gabbard and Ewell Wilder are planning to take a fox chase Saturday nlghtlIenry Gabbard and sister Hazel visited on Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday Misses Mollle and Lawna Wilson of Cow Creek visited relatives at South Booneville Saturday and Sunday The Rev Daniel Brown preached Saturday night at the mouth of Cow Creek and the Rev Ezeklal Spencer Sunday at the same place Brown wll1 preach the second Saturday and Sunday in JulyThe Rev A M Roof Cortland and Postmaster D B Baker were visitors at Boonevt court Monday H C Combs and Rk ard McIntosh say they are going to Ohio next week to find workClyde Moyers and Chester Seale of Boone vllle were here last SaturdayBony Callahan and Logan Gabbard were at Tallega Thursday after a load of goods for our merchant A J Barker W N Duff and Abner Baker were on Meadow Creek Wednesday on busl ness Circuit court closed at Boon vllle after being in session only four days But little business was done Still raining and farmers are very much disheartened Ewell Wilder was at Booneville Tuesday He purchased a talking machine and is giving his neighbors free muslcII C Gab bard of Rlcetown stopped over and stayed all night with J L Gabbai last Saturday while on his way to Booneville He robbed a bee stand getting a tine lot of honey J L has had fifteen swarms and lost four Elmer E Gabbard returned home froJS Richmond last Saturday where he had been attending the E K S N Uo also spent a week visiting in Haml ton 0 visiting his brother Meredltl He is now at Buckborn on a visit and expects to teach there this fall and winter TRAVELLERS REST Travelers Rest June 24Crops are looking well In this vicinity S 11 foung and W T Cecil have returned home from Estancla New Mexico where they have each bought a tarn Court is in session at Boonevlll his week and several persons from here are in attendanceSaturday Is the day to hire teachers and man are looking forward with ardent joy Jesse Wagoner is erecting a new building here for a grocery store and soft drink standMrs W T Cecl and Mrs S M Young are visiting relatives and friends here this week Palmer Scott has returned homo Iron lose Hill Va and will take chargeI of the school sereW H Venabl assed thru here Saturday enrout to Island Creek where he is contemplating teaching this fall GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick June 27 exercises will be held at WallacetonI at Wallaces chapel July 11th Every bedy Invited and also requested toi keep good order As some boys are becoming disorderly drinkII lng shooting and swearing on the public road people in this community ought to Join In ctopplng ItRegularI meeting days at Wallaceton church the third Saturday and Sunday In each month The Rev Bryant tilled his regular appointment at Wal EIDrockmane and abbard last Saturday night Rainy eather still continues farmers badly behind with their work areI O L saturIdaywho cut his heel severely with glass Is better Hogs are about j6 Corn 1- 3about 4 per barrel Tom Eden has- Bold I his corn crop to Burnam Baker ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST BRANCH Locust Branch June 28Brother Winkler filled his regular appointment here yesterday A large crowd was presentSunday school at this place is progressing nlcelySchoolw- U1 begin here Monday July 5 with- Mr Sherman Land as teacherDr- Land and wife will leave for Lope Wolf Okla In a few days to visit- 1lr R C Adams Mrs HGBlckncll Is planning to visit her father InI Pond Creek Okla In JulyMr Logsdon of Panola called at Dr Lands Saturday and SundayCorn In the- Red Lick bottoms has been damaged with so much rain The weather Is- very warm here but we are glad to- have sunshine A saw mill has boon- sot in the bottom above Mr Kelleys ani will soon be cutting lumber The Incline that will bring the logs oft- the mountain Is nearly completed Mr W S Coyle has taken the job ot logging for the Wysbrood Co I MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston June 28Several from here attended Homo Coming at Drey fus SundayMessrs Charley and Willie Powell were in Cincinnati Sun dayMrs Mary Woods has returned from a visit to her brother in Clay Co Mrs John Powell and Miss Martha Powell were shopping In Berca Thurs dayMr and Mrs John Dean and Miss Fannie Mayers of Berea spent a few days last week with Mr Curt Lain Misses Maria and Lula Crawford went to Richmond Friday on busl nessMr Farris Marcum of Jackson county spent Saturday night with L C Powell Mrs Joe Xzblll of RIch- mond was in Kingston on business last week Mr Chester Parks attended church at Speedwell Sundayltr and Mrs Jno Lackey and Mrs Anna Goodloe spent a day last week with Mr A R Gibbs IL ARTS Harts June 2HlIr T J Lake of Evergreen visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr O M Payne visited J W Lake first of week Mr J E Hammond and family visit ed the latters parents Thursday Misses Ella and Minnie Lake attend ed church at Macedonia Sunday lr and Mrs Jim Gulnn went to Berea Monday on business Mr and llrs Rollto Davis attended the Sunday schools convention at Mallory Sunday I Mr and Mrs Luther Carrier of Dig Hill visited J F Hawkins Saturday IMr J F Hawkins and wife visited the latters parents Monday TACT OF THE TEACHER liT J W JEWKIL This is A very important point In the work of teaching This point as I understand it is the teachers skill to get in close connection with his students It is essential in a school that ever attains any high rank as an Inst utlon of learning that the teachers and students work in harmony with leach other IThe merchant must delight in his and get In close connection with his customers or his wont be a success businessI The lawyer who would have success oust get In close connection wit his cases and those absorbed In them and delight in his practice or hiif efforts will be in vain And even the farmer who goes at arming because he finds nothing else to do and who does not lose him seU in his task and get in close tout with his task and those who labor for him will find all things going wrong I once heard a little story that 11 ustrates this fact which was as fol lows A certain man had a very large arm and had many laborers but nstead of Increasing his wealth he was getting deeper in debt ever year And his friend came to see him one day and the farmer told him his condition and asked him- for advice His friend was surprised when the inner told him how much he owed tor he had expected to see him in a moro prosperous condition than this conversation was turned onto IThelr and the farmers friend toll him that there was some times a- white sparrow hatched out in a brood ItIthe morning The farmer anted to seo the bird so that he stirred soot Iin the morning from that time ot about the first morning he found his hands giving ibis milk bay and- corn etc to their pext neighbor This was soon stopped and everything farmerIcause ha was in close touch with employedI goes Into a schoolroom many kinds ol children to deal with he may have- to deal with some in different ways thoroIearnest effort be will in most cases get a good result So you see it Is very essential that a man or woman let them be a teacher farmer clerk doctor lawyer or in any pofession if they dont work in harmony with those they have to deal with will be disappoint ell but let him or her remedy the- evll and all things will come their wa HE PUT IT GENTLY The sages ot the general store were discussing the veracity ot old Si Ier- klns vhen Uncle BUI Abbott ambled InI What do you think about it Uncle BUI7 they asked him Would you- call Si Perkins a liar Wal answered Uncle Bill slowly as he thoughtfully studied the ceiling I dont know as Id go so far as to- can him a liar exactly but I do know- thls much when feedln time comes 111 order to get any response from hla hogs he has to get somebody else to call em for him Everybodys llagazlne 1 PRIZE WINNERS The fact that the prize Bibles did not arrive in time to be presented at Commencement caused us to neg lect notice of the prize winners this year The only presentations were of a prize book to each of the men of the graduating classes by a friend of Marblehead Mass and the tool chest given by Wm R Belknap ot Louisville which fell to Dock Gilbert The presentation of this chest was really ono of the features of tho day and called forth quite an ova tion from all the spectators It came just before the heavy rain which interfered with exercises following Gilbert han plenty of friends to share his satisfaction at this success The prize Bibles have now arrived and are being distributed by the Registrar to the following persons Lillian Tutblll Elizabeth Marsh William Bozarth Henrietta A Beecher Lorena Howard Guy Hobgood- Edward C Whitt Hardin Long James n Randall Denis Slagle David Jenkins Rufus East John Jackson Russell Nettle Gouge Alza Hays Myrtle Beck I Gertrude Bratcher I Henry L Williams j Laura B Smith t Fred D Brady v Stella McWhorter Mabel Lewis Walter Anderson Pearl Casteel Lee McGuire Luck Pa is there such a thing as luck Of course there Is my boy It is always luck when a batsman on the opposing team makes a home run WANT SULLIVAN AGAIN IIn this fcsuo of the Climax appears a signed by many Democrats upon lIon J A Sullivan to consent to become a candidate to again rep resent Madison County in the next General Assembly of Kentucky As our people are aware Mr Sullivan represented ti o county in lost tension During that tlmo ho worked faithful ly for and wan instrumental in the passage of many measures that vcro not only of Inestimable bene fit to Madison County but to the State in general Ho gave his entire time to tho work and that at a great loss of attention to his law practice and private business Ha let nothing interfere with his duty to his consti tuents and worked unceasingly to secure legislation for the betterment of our Commonwealth Should Mr Sullivan consent to ac cept the nomination we aro confident there will not be the slightest op position lu hU own party lines and we doubt exceedingly if the Republi cans would make a nomination again him ns toy fully realize his sterling worth and the fact that Just such a man Is needed in framing the laws of our State The day of laying aside petty and partisan politics has arriv ed and the taxpayers want public servants who will be true to their trusts men whozo character is un questioned and whoco honesty and ability are known and in Mr Sulllvar they know they have Juct such a man The Climax is satisfied that It voices the sentiment of Madison Countys substantial citizenship when It joins In tho appeal to Mr Sullivan to be come a candidate Richmond Climax Genius Without Common Sense Adam Smith taught the world pout cal economy ho hadnt sense enough- to regulatehis own affairs Marcbavelll prince of political strategists whose cunning brain wove the most intricate webs of diplomacy had not the qualit- yo enable him to earn his dally bread Murray Lane Mlu W Bank McKee J NEWS OFTHEWEEK Couluurd from Pint rage she knew about him and that his great dread of serving a term in the penitentiary goaded him on to do deed When run down by the sheriffs Eastman shot himself He claimed in a letter to his wife he had not killed the but had simply concealed her body ELSIE SIOELS MURDERER NOT FOUND As yet tho New York po lice have not found Leon Ling who killed Miss SIgel worker among tho Chinese Police all over the United States aro using every effort to locate every China man in the country and it is thot Important clues can bo followed up which will clear the mystery DID NOT LYQn account of bad wind the Wright Boa did not fly their machine at Washington Mon day WORDS OF APPRECIATION No one has thought to give The Citizen any birthday presentwe have got ourselves a new heading to take the of the one we have outgrown but otherwise there are no birthday gifts in sight However wo are every little while receiving letters from our friends which express and which do us about ac much good as presents would We print a few that happen to bo in reach all received In the last few daysIIJ I think it is tho paper that comes to the mounalns It C Dunagln Dclvlnta Wo simply get along with out The Citizen L K Coddington Roanoke Va Please send me ten copies of the current Issue It Is chuck full of good things C A Caateol Weaver Ky THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and Is growing better all tho time Just compare it with the other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either they ate not as good or they are not made for the mountains or thoy do not give aa much Just look at a tow of the things we are giving you now NEWSall the news of the world of this country and of the state that is worth reading All the news of the mountains that we can get and more than any other paper All the nows of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to us every little while CATTLEAll the latest cattle prices also the prices on ties and tanbarkand spokes etc FARM HINTSA good column and sometimes more of hints that will help in the work on the farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekeeping an expert SCHOOL A running article on how to teach to make your school one of the best in the state by one of the best teachers in the state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONA full column every week STORIESA fine good interesting exciting serial story all the time and often a good short story a week TXMFEK ANCEA of good reading about temperance AND OTHER THINGSYou all low how many other good things you get in THE Chisel many of the things that you cant get in any other paper And all for 100 the price of lots of poorer papers That is our best bargain Dont miss it Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription is out ALL FOR 1 00 Lots of poorer papers charge as muchother papers as good charge more In order to make our offer still more attractive we arrange to give subscribers bargains with their paper We used to give some of these things away but we have made the paper BO much better that we cannot afford to do that any You can get all these things with Till CITIZEN cheaper than anywhere else and besides get a better paper than you can get any whero else These are the offers No 1That Citizen Knife Most of you know it It Is the finest premium that was ever offered with any paper It cost you 76 cents at a store but you can get It CITIZEN for 26 cents extra knife 76 cents the CITIZEN 100 both worth 176 for 126 No 2Tho Farmers Rapid Calculator a cent book that Is worth several dollars to any to date farmer It tells what you thirtyfive About almost anything on tho farm It Is a good book on diseases of horses cattle sheep and hogs tells you how to know what is the matter to do It gives figures tells you how t o reckon interest if you haTe borrowed or loaned money or how many bushels of corn there are in a load that so much or how to measure tho corn in a crib or In a pile and how much seed It takes to plant neroorhow mybrick to build a chimney and lots of things of that kind And it has for you to keep account ofyour expenses and earnings and of what bought and sold and anything else you want to remember you are a farmer is just tho thing you want Tho Calculator 36 cents Tho Citizen 100 Both worth 1186 for H10 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