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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h f IRES I DENTS OfFICE I3EKEA KY X I BEREA I I A o SUI LIT ooMoAGMesMtI JnlJwtd at tAe ItuIoW e uI wta o etemoseelo MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 11 1008 OneYoi IX Fire centa a Dollar a year No NEWS OF THE WEEK Davis Memory Honored Dreyfu Shot by FanaticSenator Platt Sued Again Tobacco Troubles In Ohio PRESIDENT OF CONFEDERACY HONOnBD With appropriate ix ftrclicii tho ptoplo at tho South on Wednesday celebrated tho one hund redth anniversary of the birth of Jet ferson Davis All the schools banks and exchange of the city wore closed In honor of the lay In Loulsana the day Is a legnl holiday and was a a paiUal holiday In ten otbarQuth ern Stales DHBYPUS SHOT Major Alfred Dreyfus the French Army officer who tho Innocent was kept In oxilo on Devils leland for four years and sutured greatr humiliation and wh- oM was cleared only utter the whole world has been stirrtd over his eae was shut by a military writer of uuoI Louis Anthohn Oregon In Varts rhuriMly Ha drew a ttvilYer and fired two shots at Major Dreyfus SoHlttr surrounded Oregon and boI was taken to jet SKNATOIt PLATT SURD AGAIN The dear old New York Senator te now confronted by aaothsr trouble of a serious naWr A suit baa beta brought In the Suprew Court against Platt liy a taw firm to recover 2471- debts contract by one of bis wtvas bttor her separation from him OHIO TOBACCO SITUATION ld 0 ITl ALiTn ngbt rider Iwwr leg tbat the soldiers were recalle- ddeetrord son tohacco beds war Rll y Monday night and oUrars asst- 1ergetowu w ns ruined Tuesday uHt tben Ute aoldiare war mtor J r4 tci kUy on duty- FVFNTYTHRRE KILLED AND MAW IIURTA very strong tor nado wept ovr southern Nebraska Mad nt rUirn Kanarr rauuJng greet irurUi n la Yari uii pl + AtXMi tw the pefllOll err rcpoUil klUI d fan Sblkli and Court lat I hsnsas Ths art a few olh rr inlirfc pit to her from jOSKtH I1ROWN UKFEAT8 HOKK SMITH The rlMlton returns show that IOMIII M Urtvrn who wee dls e mIl 01 fr m th Railway final by Uov link Anita has dttMOO him to tlir primary for governor IICMT lWuI SNOW Tdg hJ Inches of snow OH the lent M f Butte Montana washed Into slush hjf a driving rain that Mt In at dey break rut Itatu off from the eat ride world Tttoftaph com utnffti tloa was eat off sad many of the mtB a were closed Jiavlng lost lee trlcal power KINO KDWARtTTlSlTS RUSSIA King Kdward Queen Alexandria and Irlnceam Victoria started for Revi I UHWU last Weak to visit tho Empoor of nu sM A largo tulle aconmnanlod the itynl party t oaud1 ng F hence HnHiB e Sir Arthur N chison nrd LIcuU Gu Sir Jukn KrencD The Kinjrt comlnt to flue is widely anaK4 In the owllt oeta circles there beeaiiM of Its iekt relntlnns to Uarnmny- P1VB SAILOKrf lliiTiHHAn explosion on the cruiser Tennessee off tot coast of CuWcrnla Friday killed five willora and wounded three more The rauso of tho explosion is un IJltHSlD T THROWN FROM HOUSE President Roosevelt by his excellent horeomanehlp probably his life while riding a young foolish animal last Wednesday He and Mrs Roosevelt wore horseback riding in Rock Creek Park Ho was riding n new Horse and they rode down Into a creek and up the opposite bank and as they were going up the bank tho horse reared The President kaned forward and ns they reached the top he reared again and veil backward Into tho clock The President Jumped from his saddle and fell into the creek This was Just one of tho thrilling experiences of the Presi dents outing STUDENTS WILL TOUR ON FOOTTen youths with packs on their lacks headed by Irof Edward Steiner of Iowa University set tall last wc k for Europe They expect to visit the different countries of Europe and learn of tho home life history and Racial conditions of the foreigners who are coming to this country The young men are work ing In tho interest of the YM a A THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People rop1BEREA COMMENCEMENT Day Successful In Spite of Heavy Rains Graduating Class one of the Best Ever Seen Hare An Oration Second Hand but Fine Derea College Commencement Inat week suffered from almost everything that can happen to spoil a day am yet was very successful nod nil who were present had a pleasant If damp time The first trouble came oorly In the morning when a soaking rain Mt In and title trouble was repwtei every little while all day Because of It the attendance was smaller Wan It Lae been In several years and thai were probably not over WOO or 3001 pet sons on the grounds The erowd was a cheerful am harm one however ad was err well bohavtd Several bootUggcn wen busy and th ro WM more or 1018 jwMnkty put where it would do tile most harm but thinks to the vigil ant + of Wewira Tatum and JobMoi and their Militants hood urdar ww maintained and there WM no trouble Four arrwu wen made nil the met nov being out on band The x rcls IB Ute Tabernacle Im the tuornlDR were uawoally Rood aDd It wu roinnrhed by may that the lrecent graduating duo wasth bf that had net bun wen her TIMI K techt of UM gnMteatw were retaark anti good and theft appearance WILD a dded credit ti the school as well- n to themMlvn The gaducte wr as follow COLLBOUTB DEPARTMENT Father Dorothy Favi Bachelor or S pirr Btaale M rIll Hays Dachel or uf Literatim Grace Alberta Hay BartMtor of Urai Ire FVanrts Or vnlr lark Bachelor of Slonre How ad HinisdaJp Clerk Uaobelor of Lit pratur Leroy Emerson Katttnan Barbrlor of Utrratur HuNrt iIayt Felimy Bachelor of LUcrature Chas Mcrril Fulkeraou Bachelor of Liter- stun Rolla Ida in llrrfluin Bash fill r of Selene Simon ron Kelly Bitiflor Of Llleraturp ACADEMY AND INDUSTRIAL Lewis Edward Baker Three Years Bar Brighton Clark Three Years Marshall Bverott Va ghn Three Years Ilb n Neser Handy Two Yers Gen ltulIrattm lJ- rAIICd teeDomlcFlorence Magnolia Simmons Knrs JF Sarah EUialxth Stewart Nur ln- Tuiiuwl Carlltlr A1am CarfitMtry WHIHUI Anderson Hayrs UarpeHtry Srlveeter Smlthson Carpentry Wol forJ Johnson Carpentry NORMAL Kverett Blalne Kirk Three Yeas Kver tt Disk Tree Years William lamer Randflll There YWrt Arllc OstK MeOviro Three Ylars Thomas Jefferson Terry Three Years Mary nek Wlson Three Years Margaret 3JyertThroe Yearn Anna Franck I lUifleld Three Years Mexio tut ertle Iondwr Thiwo Years llornec CfcMwctl Three Yearn John D Me rvrrw Four Your Nathan Fran I ele Ambrose Four Years Corn Hyl I Uw There Years Harriet Eunice Poyntcr Three Years Pattle Mbyers J Three eon Mlnttlo Moyera Three I Yean Ora Dora Ely Three Years Simon OntHoron Kelly Uaalielor cl I Pedagogy IAbout noon the rain tot In harder than over and the people had a pretty bad Umo of It eating in the ruin on UM campus There were a good many shelters open but omehow tho pea 1IIIe did not seem to want to go into them and preferred to taho their tried chicken anti calces with a lit I Ua vater on tho side livery one nuIllIonee as nrcco with tho address of the Hon W W Stetson of Maine the princi pal speaker He has bqeti greatly In demand to deliver addresses In several other places and had com petely ruined his voice so that ho could not speak above a whisper An unusual way was finally found for giving his speech Prof Rhine who Is well known as a speaker did the orating While Mr Stetson stood at his elbow and told him what to say Tho address as finally de livered was a great success and was IcUjVlrth rcc MONEY IN POLITICS A great movement is going on all over title country to force polit iced parties or cantlhlutcfl to publish the names of all who contribute to their campaign funds anti to tell how the money has been spent The movement is meeting a good deal of opposition among people who ought to be on its side but who have been mislead by the politicians or who have not taken the timo to think the question through There are n good ninny nice soundiug arguments used against the plan Some men say that if n public officer spends the amount of his salary in buying his office it shows he is not in politic for the money and also allows his friends to share his good fortune They nay that it is a good thing for the trusts to spend money on elections because whatever they spend guts back to the common people There are other arguments Ideally each one amounts to just this we like to get the money The politician has his arguments too Ho says that the other side is going to KO he must Doth sides say that Everyone is entitled to nil the money he can get provided ho does not do too much harm to the community by the way be gets it The trouble is that when n man takes bribes ho does harm to the whole country as well ns degrading himself When a poor man spends money for on office he has to get it back some wayand if he gives away his salary he has to take money from tho rich then who are willing to pay for unfair favors or out of other poor men that want him to help them to office In either ease it is harmful to the country for it mikes money and not right the reason for passing laws and money not ability the reason for appointing officers Both ways we get bad government Every once In u while there is a an awful howl because the government is going to the dogs but it is our own fault beouuso we either take bribes or allow other men to take them Even if a man elected is perfectly honest and docs not help steal from tho people when it costs a lot of noney to run for office only rich men can run and the poor man is left out of his chance no mat tor how mile ho may be or how much be deserves the pluco This is bad for the country too for instead of moss being equal money la made more thnti any moan This publicity law which is being urged is perfectly fair to both sides It does not prohibit a man using all the monoy ho wantsI toa simply gives the people a eunuch to deoide whether he is using it ralrlor not U will show who Is Ixiaklug himwho are the friends that he will have to stand for It will show how ho is spend big lib money anti give us a chance todecide whether wo approve or not And it will give all sides an equal obanee for they will hate to obey the same law The law is tt fear ono and as soon as people really understand it it will bo passed 1 I POLITICAL NOTES Republican Contests Being Heard at Chicago AntiTan Men Put up a Poor Case Committee Acting Unanimously REPUBLICAN CONTESTS Tip bearing by toe Republican National nnunitu III the coolest sees have iciif J almost always In favor 01 Taft and there la not UM ltNt doubt that he will win Most of the contests wore ao flimsy that the whole committee voted in favor ot seating the Taft men which disproves this charge that the committue has been 1 unfair to favor Taft Certain paper which have their own reasons for I trying to mislead the people have charged that there wee all kinds ot unfatrnese and are helping to make It hard to elect Taft lu the fall CHARGES OF UNFAIRNESS Some ef the charges of uutalrueec are worth looking Into In the tint place It is not likely that tho whole National Committee would steal to hip Taft Same of the men on It hate him In the seeend place the antlTnft men who are all working tegithe which goes to show that they are against Taft rather than for any one else made all these some charges before the commute mot knowing they expected to lie beaten Impartial observers have said all along that there was no sent- Iment for any man except Taft out side ot the homo state ot cash that All the contests had simply been hatched up to try to beat Taft and that most of them were bolters It has lien proved now that this Is so One of the best papers In the world Is the Chicago Tribune and tills is what It says about the contests The contests were decided on their merits Tho clamls of the Taft man agers were Justified And the Chi cago Tribune was on the ground and has nothing to gain or lose one way or the other as most of the nntl Taft papers have What It all amounts to la simply that the people wanted Taft seeing they couldnt get Roosevelt and they are going to have tho man they wanted in spits of the schemes of a lot of pol itfclanp FOR VICEPRESIDENT There has been a great deal of searching of heart to find out who would be willing to run for vicepresident and up to the last few days every body has declinedmost ot them without any thanks Finally John Hays Ham mond the leading mining expert in this country has announced that he will take the Job There Is no signet whether he wll have a chance to get It IH OUR 01 STATE Beech Hargis Trial Put over till Fal Roger Spicos FreedGov Will son Gets Honorary Degree warns TRIAL POSTPONED ntiI ease against Beech Harps has been docketed to November Thi wee agreed to by all couneet ROGER 8PICBR FRBBD Roge Spicer charted with complicity In the murder of Jaurn Johnson by n Breathltt County jury was acquitted Ion the plea of not guilty Saturda morning Johnson was killed by Brunnxr Spicer sou of Roger MV Splccrs house about throe year ago otII won the cue nOV WILLSON ReCEIVES DE i ORBR The fortieth annual com mencement of the State University I wee laid at the University Chapel last week and the honorary degree L L D was conferred on Gov Will sonGIRL DIES OF WHISKY The two children of a man named Curry liv Ing near Mt Sterling found a bottle of whisky and drank some of the con tents One child a little girl of six died shortly afterward in convulsions After some effort and skill the boy rallied TRIED TO POISON FAMILY Thomas Depugh Is In Jail at Falmoutl for trying to poison the Brodwlck family at Mt Sterling After a quarrel with the head of the house he poured Insect poison Into the coffee llot and was soon In the act then be was arrested and taken to town GREAT GRANDSON OF DANIEL BOONS DEADCapt James E Cox great grandson of Daniel Boone died of poison caused by trimming his toe nail Capt Cox was a wealthy farm er near St Joseph Mo HENRY TURNER RELEASED The Board of Prison Commissioners Wednesday paroled Henry Turner of Breathltt County who was sentenced three years to the penltentary on the charge of murdering his fatherinlaw Elijah Howard BIG DAY AT PAINTSVILLEThe laying ot the corner stone of the girls dormitory for the Sandy Valley Seminary was attended by one of the largest crowds ever gathered together In Eastern Kentucky The Sandy Valley Seminary Is progressing and the people are taking great interest in the school anti It bids fair to make a great school NEARLY 300 LIVES LOSTA ty phpn destroyed a Pearling Fleet off West Australian coast last week About 300 people were lost Many W h y N 0 t Y 0 i U i LSUs 0 arawi Idly Let g Keep Adver t- S o 0 o I yould like to have a recordof teii and if only Would keep it for them f Upon a account with the Berea and Trust you will find that your accounts will keep with no expense or trouble to you whatever Your checks are always vidence of the date and amount of and your the it and amounts your receipts ia 1 oM WHY NOT ways this bank The check ing account a handy for J rft and State will Evidently Endorse Bryan at Lexington Meeting Great Effort for Harmony Likely to Succeed DEMOCRATS IN to choose delegtes tor the Convention in Denver Harmony characterises the various of the state Loulsvlllo caught the spirit of harmony and with excep tion of one or two districts Instructed for Df IMdetnan M delegate at large which will have a tendency lw influence CoL Henry Wattorsou Frankfort was one ot tbe most en ithuslAttlc towns in tho state over IB very dim and tho foredrawn con clusions are that Beckham McCreary Hnldeman and Paynter will be the delegates at large to the Denver unity than usual the various meetings of the thruout the State Saturday All doubt of Bryan loosing Kentuc kys vote In the Denver Convention i oereseecrevwp iThe Cltlielj Rapo i Your Business Pace With it By g tlsinp i or oeooooooooooa O- II Many People receipts expenditures spmepne checking Bank Companyand themselves eVerypaymont deposits show d of neighborebank YOU starteverydepositwolcomeat is convenience everybody Befea Bank Trust Company Capital Surplus 60000 DEMOCRATICJJONYENTION KENTUCKY canVcnI conventions W wasIcnIConventionGreater markedI 1 has been given up for practically every county and legislative district In the state has instructed for him Only one contest has been reported and that was Kenton County The harmony plans Instituted by party leaders have succeeded thus far satisfactorily Among those endors ed for delegntosatlarge to tho Den ver convention are Senator McCreary JBxGov Bockham John C Mayo Campbell On trill Ollie James Sen ator Paynter P Watt Hardin and W B Haldeman It is very evident that Mr Beckham and Senator Ic Crenry will be two of the delegates to Denver for policy demands such actions KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Stanf9rd July 223 days Georgetown July 2Sr days Lancaster July 302 days Winchester August 44 days Danville August 13 days BBREA August 678 Lexington August 16 days Unlontown August 115 days Burkesvllle August 11i days Broadhrad August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Richmond August 184 days b Ir zlru Rco uLVtt THAT ITS A MIGHTY COMFORTABLE fEELING To kNOW You HAVE ON THE PROPER CLOTHES CANIFEEL IT TO OURSELVES To DRESS WELL l1 USERt fROWN =111 1 l79 J e avecnnn 1- tperarerneF er R teu W8OO cocy r In II I OF COURSE YOU WISH To Go To THE PROPER PLACE TO BUY THE THINGS YOU WISH To WEAR WE WIJH YOU WOULD INQUIRE WHETHER OR NOT OUR STORE IS THE PROPER PLACE TO DEAL IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WHO DEAL5 AT OUR STORE ASK THEM HOW WE TREAT THEM OR BETTER STILL COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE GOODS WE CARRY THE PRICE5 WE SELL THEM AT I AND JUDGE FOR YoURSELF WE BELIEVE WE TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS RIGHT BECAUSE WE THE SAME FACES SEASON AFTER SEASON II5EE COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More r war a The Citizen A family awspapr for all that Is right true and Inttruttn Fubllihea every Thursday it Here Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos rAYABUt IN ADVANCB- On Year IIM Biz Months 6t Three Monlhi S send money by Pot emce or UipteM Mon Registered Letter or car and lm not stamps The date after our name on label shows ta what date your aubKription U paid If It la ooh changed within three weeks after renewal aolll aa- Mlslnt umbers will be gladly supplied If wa are sotl6td Fine Premiums gives for new aubterlptUai and prompt renewala Send for Premium LUt Liberal terma gives to any who obtain sew aabacrlptlona for ua Any our endlu us foul yearly aubacrlplloui can recieveThe Cllnen free III him elf tot one car AdvtrtUInc ran on application NPNIIR OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION =When monaich seek the simple lire tbelr subject can well afford to fol low their example Absence only makes Henry Jame fonder ot America That is why he stays In England all the time The hours we spend In wlsbln and craving for the Impossible could bo better spent In working for the af talnable A man of Intelligence wealth and power who treats his subordinates with rudeness and Insult In a natural coward People who show no kindness or mercy In wealth and power will cer talnly receive none when poverty comes to be their lot The man who doubts and the man who scoffs have this difference between them The one uses his reason and the other his passion Possibly sleeping car porters may become so wealthy that they will turn the tubles and tip passengers who hate made the jaunt unklcklngly Prof Ross says tho Idle rich are more dangerous than the hoboes It must be admitted however that they are less apt to hit you with a piece of gasplpe Only people with a million or more can afford to have stuporous melan cholla says the Washington Her ald Well It Isnt exactly a disease that many of us crave If the learned professor of Harvard should speak politely to the laboring man would not the laboring man give the learned professor a seat Let the learned professor try It They are talking of sending wireless messages around the world For what purpose So that a man can telegraph to himself Instead ot tying a string around his thumb when he wants to remember something King Menellk of Abyssinia claims to be the descendant ot Solomon and the queen of Sheba and certainly It la no violent wrench of facts to say he la a much better behaved old fellow than some of our distinguished senators We do not know that It will make any particular difference In the worlds history whether Gladys Is happy or not Would some of her patriotic ad visers guarantee happiness for her pith an American husband whom they might pick out The Sheridan statue commission has approved and accepted the model of the statue of Gen Philip Sheridan which Is to ornament Sheridan Circle Twentysecond street and Massachu setts avenue In Washington The model is the design of Gutzon Borg lum of New York The battleship Mississippi has been accepted by tho government It is In order now for somebody to discover that she was constructed along anti aiiated lines and that It would be pre posterous to expect her to last more than one round in a battle with any thing bigger than A rowboat Farmers In many parts ot the coun try have been able owing to the mild winter to do a good deal of work ac cording to reports but have found It difficult to got help In spite of the number of unemployed men In cities letting up at 4 oclock a m and go- Ing out to feed the stock dues not ap peal Qvcn to the hungry men Orea In Sweden has In the course of a generation sold S55SOOOO worth of trees and by mean of Judicious replanting has provided fur a similar Income every 30 or 40 years In con sequence of the development of thll commercial wealth there am no taxes Railways end telephones are free and HO are the schoolhouses teaching and many other things Now a movement has heen started to compel women Co lake off their hats In church The movement might AI well be dropped at once before Its advocate lose unnecessary sleep and grow thin through worry It a wom an Is to take off her hat In church what she will naturally argue JII the good of her Easter millinery The logical conclusion of this argument is too aelf evident for formal statement If A FiveTheI HouI Day Is By HENRY ABRAHAMS Secretary Doiton Central Labor Union nUK human raw has iliad progress since the cave man anti has not as yet censed to move upward Two factors are necessary to produce wealth labor and ability Both are huinnn agencies and must be treated differently from or we fail to produce the wealth that is necessary for the comfort and of the race What was a luxury yesterday becomes a necessity today Steam and electricity have annihilated space Machinery has eliminated skill is the order of the tiny The hand loom has been superseded by the great cotton mill the cobbler shop by the immense shoe factory Tho needle is no longer hand work lint we have moved along in directions other than the mechanical The school has kept pace with the machine Benjamin Franklin has ken quoted as saying If all worked six hours would lie sufficient to provide for all our needs If this were so in his day how many hours ought to constitute u days work now We reduced the hours of labor from 14 to 12 from 12 to 10 from 10 to 8 and we shall move along these lines until Five days constitute a weeks work Five hours a days work j Five dollars a days pay There is no longer any need for the long hours of toil ofour forefathers machinery has obviated this IntellectualPassions Bar Love 6y PROP TlIOMA5 RIOT Lying Actuallya Goal Toward Which Labor Pushing considerable commodities perpetuation Specialization We might Gad numberless examples in the biographies of scientific men and philosophers who had an absorbing intel lectual passion Some names suggest them selves at once Kepler Spinoia and ninny others who devoted their lives strictly and exclusively to the pursuit of truth It maybe objected that in certain eases and with certain men nothing proves that tho in tellectual passion has not been fed or sus tained foreign elements that the love of learning though the principal motive has been the only one that it has not adulterated by others that is desire for position influence riches fame glory in short ambition under its manifold aspects It is not easy to find absolutely pure cases for besides the rarity of the intellectual passion tho terms in which the domaiul is framed are almost contradictory since the men we want to nUll must be unknown to fame The following instance however scorns to me to answer perfectly to all the conditions Deseuret gives a brief biographical sketch of a Hun garian named cutellin philologist and mathematician who without a definite end in view simply for the pleasure of learning and to satisfy his intellectual cravings consecrajed his whole life to study laving apparently no other want- lientelli saved the price of washing by wearing no linen A soldiers coat bought at the barracks and only replaced in the last extremity a pair of Nankeen trousers a fur cap and huge slippers composed his entire costume In 1814 the cannon balls fell all around tho lodging but failed to disturb him He lived thus uncomplaining indeed happily for 30 years without a days idleness At last at the age of CO having gone as usual to fetch water from the Seine his foot slipped he fell into the river and was drowned Mentelli left no work behind him in fact there remains no trace of his long researches Other instances might be quoted but they would appear trilling by comparison with this Great anonymous collaborations like those of the Benedictines certainly have enlisted the services of enthusiasts of this kind thus Dom Mabillon was the type of worker animated with passion ate fervor modest unknown punctually fulfilling his religious duties and when free from these traveling about tim world on foot to collect historical documents Thus we find cases where the love of knowledge alone untarnished by other motives has all the characteristics of a fixed and tenacious pas sion filling the whole life and expressing the wholo nature of a man lIs By DR PIERON French Expart by been The brnin in the courso of its develop ment that is up till the fiftieth year in tho average man may at some point or other develop a malformation which will have the effect of destroying tho ratiocinative or reasoning faculty Like paresis of which mendacity is a kindred disease it may tome upon the most truthful and the least suspecting man without a moments warning and just as the result of a sudden kink occurring iu the cerebral structure Lying is not by any means n monopoly of women and children The male grown up even if he does not naturally evince the tendency to exaggerate or inventa certain indication of degeneracy is always liable to become a victim of the lying habit file natural and spontaneous liar who has reached maturity lies because he is physically or mentally still an infant and can neither exercise any power of criticism either subjectively or objectively and is wholly devoid of reasoning an to the effect his lies produce upon his hearers or upon their objects He will lie maliciously just as recklessly or as easily as he lies spon taneously or simply the result being incalculable as far as he is concerned TIle socalled harmless liar diners only in a slight degree from the malicious or brutal liar who lies for motives of revenge jealousy or cruelty The physical malformation is almost identical in both cases the difference being only one of morbidity and a more diseased condition of the nerve cells which produces the state of hysteria of which lying is perhaps the most pronouncedsymptom Lying of this kind is therefore a disease and must be so accounted Nevertheless the existence of sucli beings in the world should be noted by the health authorities since they are go easily influenced by unscru pulous persons Where the disease ofsuch a person can be diagnosed and recorded the legal testimony is not qf inpro Validity than would be that of the gramophone rt I I FOUR TARS KILLED BOILER TUBE ON THE CRUISER TENNESSEE BURSTS TEN OFTHECREW INJURED Rear Admiral Sebree and Other Off cell Have Narrow Escapes Ves sal Was on Speed Trial Near San Pedro San Pedro Cnl A terrible accident occurred on board the United Slates armored cruiser Ten nessee at 1130 oclock Friday morning while the ship was steam ing at 19 knots on a speed trial off Point Huenonc pal a steam pipe In the starboard engine room bursting under 235 pounds pressure killing four men and Injuring ten others nil of the men In the compart ment at the time Tho explosion the cause of which Is unknown occurred only n few minutes after Admiral Urlel Sebree Capt F II Howard and Chief Engineer Robertson had loft till engine room on a tour of Inspection Names of the Victims The dead George Wood water tondor Scranton 1a K C HOUR loeondclaes fireman Woodlnwn Ala A Helnhold machinists mate second lass Germany George W Meek flrst class fireman Skidmore Kan Fatally Injured S Stematta first class fireman Norfolk Va F S Maxfleld secondclass fireman Tough kenamon Pa Men Scalded with Steam The tube which Is tour Inches In diameter and Inolosed with water In side the boiler blew out driving a torrent of scalding steam coal dust cinders and hot ashes through the ash pit and showered the half nakol men A blast of white steam from tho venti lator told those on deck of the acci dent and Lieut Commander S S Robinson the navigator Instantly sounded n general alarm and dropped 20 linos of hose ready for Instant use In ease of tire Within the doomed tire room amid ship on the slnrbpard side the sur Thing seamen were fighting for life Reinhold and Meek were stricken dead at their posts HOBRB and Wood crawled or were dragged Into the ad joining fire room and died almost Im mediately Tho other seamen all of whom received some Injuries acted with the greatest heroism In aldln their unfortunate mates Close Call for Sebree Hear Admiral Sebree himself es caped death or serious Injury In the fated fire pit by a mere moment time He had left the room where tho ax ploslon occurred not 50 second before the fatal blast The admiral stood In the engine room adjoining the Ore room with Chief Kiiglneer Robert son and Capt Howard lima first In tlmatlon of mho tragedy was a he mounted the ladder and a halt naked fireman leaped post him Buffering from severe scalds When the smoke came from tho tire room the fire call was sounded and all the crew went to their stations In perfect order and In a tow seconds 15 to 20 linen of hose were ready to turn on the fire Several of the crew behaved with heroism and will be reported to the department later The ship was undergoing Inspection by the commander of the second dl vision and had been under way for over two hours the engines bcller and all machinery working perfectly Was on a Speed Trial The Tennesseo flagship of fhe ser anti division of the Pacific cruiser fleet left Santa Uarbara at ten oclock Friday morning with the cruisers Pennsylvania Washington Colorado and West Virginia In her wake on the semiannual official speed trial pro vlded for by naval regulation Ad miral Sebreo land ordered the crullers to full speed and the Tennessee hail just concluded a series of evolutions and started straightaway a speed ot between 18 and 10 knots The ad miral In the engine room had Just taken note that the dial recorded n steam pressure of 23G pounds when the explosion occurred IUBH than 15 minutes earlier the tubes hud endured a pressure of 2GG pounds Big Steamers First Trip Detroit Mich Amid a tremendous din of whistles and saluting cannon the new 444foot Detroit ft Cleveland line steamer City of Cleveland the largest passenger craft on fresh wa ter left her dock Thursday afternoon on her first trip carrying GOO mom hors of the Detroit board of com merce on a four days excursion to Sault Ste Marie Black Hawk Veteran Dead Creston laDanlel HItchey aged 90 years Is dead at Corning Ho was a veteran of the Black HawU war He kept a hotel In Adami county In 1855 and when John Drown and Jim Lane were running slaves north Into Canada his hostelry was a rendezvous for them He was also a Mason and perhaps the oldest one In the state at the tithe of Mil death t Bubonic Plague at Trinidad Port of Spain Trinidad There have been two cases of bubonic plague here both of which proved fatal No new cases have been reported and every precaution Is being taken to pre vent a recurrence of the disease Pawnee Chief to Be Married Guthrie OklaStacy Matiock chief of the Pawnee tribe of Indians and Miss Blanche Bill a PawnoR girl will be married at Carlisle Pjt hero the young woman Is attending the govern tnent school r TRICKS FOR TABBY Queer Things That May Be Taught Her If She Is Smart One of the most illnlcult things to teach a cat Is to follow like a dog As a rule they will not follow but oc casionally there Is an exception A New York young lady has a cat that trails so closely after her as to bo al most stepped upon Tho chief clerk of tho state department at Washing ton has a cat with the same accomplishment Ho baa owned It for sev en or eight years It will follow him about the streets for miles Just like a dog and Is excessively fond ot going out for a walk provided Its master selects evenings for his meanderings In daylight It prefers not to go on these rambles evidently because It dons not like to come In contact with small boys and dogs who are then too numerous on the streets of Wash ingtonIt often been observed that cats really care nothing for a master or a mistress but become attached to place and not to persons Not BO with this particular cat for at one time when Its owner changed his residence he purposely left his cat with friends who occupied the louse ho had va cated but the cut was not satisfied until It had found where the new house was and took up Its abode there with evident delight at finding Its old friend and protector In the treasury department at Wash ington there Is one verx wonderful cat JIll name Is Tom and when ad dressed he will quickly respond even waking out of a sound sleep to go toward oho speaker Sometimes to con fuse him the clerks will sing out some word or words In which the syllable Tom Is emphastivd and to that he pay no attention But let wyone call Tom Its dinner time and forthwith he walks lIelOl4l the room roaches up with his paw to n tin pall slaws It down and comes bringing It In his mouth Tom II pu on I The rulo that govern this little circular bicycle track le a very nlmplo one and yet there seems to be a rays tery about the way IB which It works let tho one who plays the trick and whom we will call the Kalian master with go away to some place from which he cannot oca what you do Start an Imaginary bicycle alone tho track at any station marked by a flag Begin nlng with the number on the disk op posits tho flag at which you itart say eight at the bottom of the Illustra tion and calling the next station nine though It Is marked three If you are counting to tho right count the stations as you puss them Oo as far U you please then return Mopping when the number of flags you have passed coming back teaches the sumo number liS that at which you topped In going forward and tho stay ion master on being shown the sta tion from which and the direction In which you started will be able to tell you where you finished your return Journey Begin for Instance at station eight at tho bottom ot the illustration call this station as it la marked eight the next say to the right nine never mind what It Is marked and so on until you have gone forward DS far ns you cora to say until you have counted to 15 that Is at the disk five at the right near the top Now return calling tho flag from which you start tack again one and reckoning each flag you base as an additional one unUI you have counted a number equal to that at which you left off In going forward namely 15 and tho station master will astonish you by telling you that your course is finished at the dluk In this calve marked seven at the upper left slonalely fond of muslo At the crj of Hand organ ho climb to a high Window sent but at the words Here n dog ho slinks under a dusk- One of the most accomplished cola In Kngland belongs to Lady Randolph Ihurchlll It II a Maltwo A gom without a spot and with u partloular ly cunning face This cut was brought for the late Lord Randolph Churchill during that your or two wkea hit strong mind failed and every effort was made to umuso him lie was afraid of dugs taking a sudden terror ut the Fight of them but Miss Angora Just pleased him Sho was sent from India by an olllcer In that country I t Tricks a Smart Cat Does who had taken her parents tbeie yours before The mother had been a watch at able to keep guard over a tent miaouing If a strange step came and of course her eltlMr n were very bright When the CawabW cat was told to do play the 4aiio i she would Immediately walk beck and forth upon oho keys of the Mby- grand In the boudoir Now tit far your picture meant to atfMM a do mare wi itton with her paws In Use her tall neatly tttrlod anwad them and her bead nicely boat to ete aide M If trying to look pleasant Second Sight a Bicycle Track even I Try It sad see The secret of Uw trick explains the Pittbarf IMtfuteh II II simple as the tale that VOTHS the track All the tailed WMUr therefore MM to 48 N to omwt fcM fIj I In nn oppprlte direction raw IbM In IAGame a Trick I which you soy you started off m many stations na are Indicated by she number on the disk opposite the flog at which you began your course In clude that Initial station in the taunt If there were only one starting point the finish would always occur at the same station but as any starting liB tlon at will may bo used the trick may bo made to appear more confute hug It Instead of eight or any other number you should call the station from which you start one and count forward any number and the same number back again you would of course bring up at your starting point whereas If you call tho station from which you begin your rue eight or any other number depend- Ing upon the station from which yoi choose to start you win pats It 01 your return and go beyond It eight 01 an many stations as will equal tht number of your starting point Amended The editor w dreaming In hit den when tho door opened and s rather stern vianget woman entered without apology soya e writer In the Ilaltlmoro Sun Will you kindly explain she be Hetclillpingyour reviewer refers to my recent book ag a History u Female Sutlract by a New Hlsjerlcal Vrltw7 Quite unpardonable sold the cd Itor gravely Of course the wort nbould be spelled with ay tx MANY WOMEN AND CHilDREN PINNED UNDER THE TROLLEY CAR THAT JUMPED OVER ST 1 LOUI3 EMBANKMENT 0 WERE RETURNING FROM- SUNDAYSCHOOL PICNIC Motorman Warned of tha Dangerous Curve Where the Acsldent Oc curved Out Says He Forgot the r Warning 3 q Ht Louis Mo Jane 80110 man was killed outright several others fa tolly injured and practically nil of the 91 iHUMugorsonboard Were hurt more o = Icwi seriously when nn eastbound Creve Coour car jumped the track at a curve 100 feet south ot tht city limits late Sunday night and pitched 10 foot j over an embankment Six of the passengers wore so seri ously Injured that they will die ac cording to tho physicians who were culled to tho scone Tho conductor was dragged out from bonoath tho mo j tor box with his chest criulicil In and both kge cut off The motornisn was pitched from the Itatform several feet away from tho tier lie was Knocked unconscious buti S nut serlotwly Injured Half of the passengers on the car were women and children returning from Sundayschool picnics at the lake Many women were pulled from under nc the wreckage of tho car unconscious Iand bleeding from various wounds The throat of one child was cut from oar to oar by being shoved against an- iron bar over the window end it Is fre- d bled to death Up to midnight it was Impossible to learn jest how many had been killed The reports received tram the scone of 1he accident ranged from one to 12 Vllkiit n Smith of No Glib Olive I sheet who woe one of tko first men on the aIwt after the ear jumped t- hIt1111 k said that there were ten dead so badly Injured that they could not vr Ten wlesrHi people from Delmar gee only three btoeta away rushed In the 1 n of the ueefcleat sad car l ria p 01 out front under the wreeX eae r phine rueags were tent pbititJn1nutc ffrr the accident eWfTtrilaU 11 tbO dispensaries rent at UeDalh1nsIwre r tiikn The ran tut Francis McICn4ro VHP a d nxm after the accident and n la a irstemeat In which he- aha I ris on his first hip on the firve nr line He admits he haul liin viij bout the AaaajertMia i irv ro M car was wrecked awl aata k xtt the warning He has lit as a innati apse 1aonhe EMPTY WAS PARACHUTE t And tie Watehlna Father Knew Thatt 1 Hh Son Had Deen Killed I HprlicteM Ill June SA balloon duffing MIOIIII the sky with the para If lure baaalnK empty brought the first V tdinm Busxlay evening to U M Jnnns If Hi Lovta that his son Luther K 1 vinl axed S7 had been dashed to d mh at Mildred park Knowing that the young aeronaut was to make tho ascent at 6 oclock UK fatber who had gone to the Alton dt pot to tau n train for Hi Louts had watched tho sky In thn direction of Mildred park Young Jonas was dashed agcrlnit tho branch ef A dead treo n second after the big balloon was let go front tho r ground Ills skull was fractured Without uttering n cry tho lifeless cIlM was hurled downward nearly 10 t toM Into the midst of a crowd of over a thousand persons Shot Was Fatal PIlleburK Pa Juno 8Lemuel Dar ielt foreman for tho American Urldgo Co who was shot Saturday night at AmlirldKO died Sunday Frank Adams an Italian Is accused ot firing tho shot Daggtlt believed Mains was n neigh bor who had been aftkoU to clean up his yard but who Ignored the request Daggett It Is said threatened the Ital ian Iwforo ho fired the fatal shot Was Jealous Kills Herself St Louis Mo June 8Whllo tindut the delusion that her husband had married another woman having scott In the papers notice of a similar name Mrs Eliza Snyder 3730 Lucky street Milled horiolf Her husband was guilt less William Schneider of 1413 Fnr Tar street and his bride whom Mrs Snyder thought her husband ate on their honeymoon Ignorant of the Iran cdy caused by ho notice of their wed dint Kills Wife and Self San Francisco Cal Junc8 George Scott formerly of Chicago a drug clerk 23 years old Sunday night isliot and killed his wile Blanche It years old and then committed sui cide Oldest Member Dead Lawrence Mass Juno SBrothcl IBwrcnco said to bo the oldest mem ber of tho Augustinian order In the tided States died hero Sunday He was 98 years old Ho was admitted to the order in 1847 at Villa Nova MAJOR DREYFUS IS SHOT MILITARY WRITER WOUNDS THE NOTED FRENCH OFFICER Louis Gregorl Says Ht Fired Bullet us Protect Against tho Glorification of Emlle Zola Paris Just nt the close of the cero monies attending the interment of inhie Zola In tho Pantheon Thursday when tho president of France tho premier and a host of ministers of state wore taking their departure Louis Anthohno Oregon u military writer of note drew a revolver and fired two shots pointblank At Maj Alfred Drtyfus for whose liberty Zola fought and won Mon distinguished In all walks of life filled tho Pantheon and when the shots rang out there was Intense ex citement In fear that tho president had been assassinated but even the attempt on tho life of Maj Dreyfus treated n profound Impression Sol diers speedily surrounded Gregorl and he was taken to jail bruised and bleeding with his clothes almost torn front his back Tho affair tins created a tremendous sensation In Paris and the motive of the would be assassin Is the cause of much mystification for Oregon In stand of being an ordinary fanatic such ns Is carried away by tho pout ical passions of the moment Is a man of mature age having been born In 1814 and was highly esteemed In the circles whore ho was known Homo do not litwltnto to express the opinion that he may have been the tool of a little clan of Royalists who under the name of Action Francalso have never ceased to Insist that the court of cessation Illegally prevented an appeal of tho Dreyfus case nor abandoned trope of seeing a revision favorable to tho contentions of the Nationalists Maj Dreyfus was not seriously In jured A bullot entered his forearm but did not injure tho bone At a late hour the official statement was made that his condition was very favorable and that no complications were feared Oregon made a statement to the police directly after his arrest and dur- Ing a second Interrogation Thursday night he HIdHI did not wish to kill Dreyfus It Is true I aimed at him but I only wanted to graze him My ohjoct was to protest against tbe par tlclmlltm of tbe army In the glorifica tion of Zola sad the rehabilitation of Dreyfus My blow was aimed loss at Dreyfus than at Drwyfuslsm A mtrtous feature of the ceremonies In UK Pantheon was the absence ot tunny of the foreign nmUatwmdors It Is understood that the Turkish ambas sador was the prime mover In the plan to Induce the numbers ot the ttlptamallc eorp to abstain from going to UM Psatheoe- ACCOUNTS SHORT KILLS SELF New York Dank Teller Commits Sui ride After Writing Confession Nw YorkOa being questioned by the tanks oQeni Wednesday about an apparent discrepancy In his nc counts Chart T Muir paying teller of the Hortyoeo street branch of the Corn ttiebansje beak asked to bo xotMed until be could obtain n de posit ticket to explain the matter went to the ImMMent and attar writing a brief ceefeeslon that his ao enacts were short shot himself In tho bead He died within an hour at tho hosulUl Vicepresident Frew of the earn KxebnnM bask said that Mulrs shortage was IMS VICTORY FOR TAFT FORCES Alabama and Arkansas Contests Da tided In Their Favor Chicago Without roll calls the Re publican national committee Friday decided the conteat front Alabama and Arkansas Involving 24 seats In tho Republican national convention In favor of tho delegates Instructed for Secretary Taft Tho victory for the Taft forces was sweeping tint even a division being required to determine the will of the committee School Pupils Starving New York Emergency measures for tho relief ot hundreds of pupils In East side schools who have been found to bo suffering from lack of food have been adopted by tho committee ot East side school board members organized as n result of tho serious conditions which tho reports of school principals In tho section revealed At a conference late Wednesday the committee decided to arrange for tho speedy opening of two kitchens on the lower East aide at which the hungry children may bo fed Two Die in Auto Crash Brunswick Germany A fatal automobile accident took place near hero Friday Lieutenant Comman der Assmann and First Lieutenant Johannes Frltzsche were killed and First Lieutenant Elmanhorst and the chauffeur a man named Eicke were severely Injured Camdens Slayer Identified Austin Minn The real name of James Montague who shot and killed A P Camden of Chicago In St Pmi1ls James Flood and ho lived in Austin until recently His parents now live in Lyle nine miles from Austin Oklahoma Bank Is Robbed Tulsa OWo Robbers cranked the safe ot the flank of Falrland at Fair land Okln Thursday and obtained 10000 Tho robbery was committed by three non IINTO THE COLD COLD WORLDI GOING TO JjONTJH AFRICA PRESIDENT WILL LEAVE WHEN HE GOES OUT OF OFFICE Statement from White House Puts Quietus on Third Tern TalkKer mit to Accompany Father Washington Important lignin unco In connection with President Roosevelts determination against a third term Is contained In tho admission made Friday for tho first time that tho president Is mak ing definite plans to leave tho United States In April next year for Africa whore be will pass a year hunting big game Humors that Mr Ilooso volt was to leave tho country at tbo conclusion of his term ot ofllco have been printed heretofore but when confirmation was sought at the White House the answer line beon that no definite conclusion had boon reached as to the presidents plans Hut Friday It was stated positively that Mr Roosevelt with his son Ker mlt would sail from New York for Cairo In April 1909 Just ns soon as the neceesary arrangements for tho departure could be made after March 4 It II the delro of the president to bring lack at the end of the year from the wilds of Africa specimens of every specie of big game to bo had on the dark continent He will visit no other country it Is stated The outfit for the expedition will be obtained on reaching Africa but an active correspondence In this con nection already Is under way Tho exact size of the hunting party number of guides and retainers ani wale otehas not been determined on The president however will take with him an assortment of arms which he will require In tho variety ot hunting contemplated This outfit will Include of course guns of the highest power During tho absence Of Mr Uoosovelt In Africa Mrs Itooso volt and other members of tho family will remain at the family homo at Sagiimure lull Oyster Hay MRS W 0 LEEDS LOSES Must Pay 60 Per Cent Duty on 340 000 Pearl Necklace Now York Customs duties of 60 per cent must be paid on tho 340 000 pearl necklace Imported from France by Mrs William II Leeds un der a decision rendered by Judge La combo In the tho United States court TuesdayAfter tho necklace was purchased In Paris tho pearls wore separated and brought to this ctfuntry as Individual gems In the belief that they would bo admitted upon tho payment of ton per cent duty which tho law provides for Individual pearls Tho collector of tho port ruled however that as the pearls had been used as a necklace and were Intended to bo used In that form again tho full duty of 60 per cent should bo levied President Has Narrow Escape Washington President Roosevelt had an exceedingly narrow escape from a serious accident while horse back riding In Hock Creek park His horse reared and fell backward with him Into a creek Mr Roosevelt was uninjured and continued his ride Plan a Prosperity Convention New YorkA prooporlty convention Of the Commercial Travelers Inter stab congress will 1m held In Now York August 14 and 15 under the aus plcccs of the Travelers Protection association and tho United Commercial Travelers May Solve Old Ohio Murder Hcllcfontalue OArtor 11 years the mystery surrounding the murder of aged David Dotrlck and his wife In this city may bo solved through alleged admissions made by a convict In tho California state penitentiary whose name Is withheld Recently Logan county officials went to the coast and It was to them It Is stated the confession was made Tho mull lated bodies of Detrick and his wife were found In their homo by a dnugh tel August 11 1897 an as having been teed Tho house had been robbed SIGHT KILLED MANY HURT Terrible Collision on Electric Railway Near Annapolis Md Annapolis Md In a headon collision between two special cars on the Washington Baltimore An napolis electric railroad shortly before eight oclock Friday night eight per sons were killed outright and a score of others wero seriously injured some of them perhaps fatally The collision was due to confusion of orders as the line has been running several extra cars each way In connection with tho commencement festivities at the Naval academy The disaster occurred just beyond Came Parole which Is the first sta lion after leaving this city Both the wrecked cars wore specials one of them bound from Baltimore for Annapolis the other running from here for Washington The latter car nod few passengers while the other was well filled The Impact was ter rific and both cars wore wrecked that bound for this city being thrown from the rolls AH quickly as possible aid was sent from here and the dead and Injured wore brought to this city Of the Injured General Traffic Manager William E Slaughter of tho Washing ton Baltimore Annapolis was In the worst condition NEGROES KILL A SHERIFF Oklahoma City Official Slain In Trying to Make Arrest Oklahoma City OklaSheriff George W Garrison of Oklahoma City was shot and killed an unknown depu ty wounded and a negro was shot Ins battlo which took place three miles east of Hitchcock at seven oclock Friday evening According to reports received by the local police department seven ne groes wore In a party that opened tire on the sheriff when he attempted to arrest Alt Hunter alias James Kings bury who killed Suslo Pride In Okla homa City on the evening of May 19 BURLINGTON ROAD FINED Convicted of Violating Regarding Live- Stock In Transit Springfield JIITlto federal govern mont won n notable victory In th United States district court Wednes day when tho Chicago Burlington Quincy Railroad company was round guilty on two charges of violating tho 28hour law which provides that live stock shall not be confined In cars over 28 hours without being taken ou for a period of five consecutive for the purpose of giving them rest and feed and water The company was fined 100 and costs on each of three counts Edward Goes to Visit Czar London King Edward Queen andra and Princess Victoria starte for Roval Russia Friday night for a visit to tho emperor of Russia A large suite accompanied tho royal party The party reached Port Vic aria at 11 oclock and boarded tho royal yacht Victoria and Albert which sailed at four oclock Saturday morn inc Gorgas Heads the Physicians Chicago Col William Crawford Gorgas A H M D Sc D t member of the Isthmian canal commis lion and chief sanitary officer of the canal zone was elected president o the American Medical association Thursday at tho final meeting of the house of delegates of that organiza lion Packers Pay Their Fines Kansas City MoThree packing companies and one railroad company convicted In 1906 of rebating and sen tenced to pay fines aggregating 61 000 Friday handed to tho clerk of the United States court a check for the total amount ot their tines plus costs Steps on a Tack and Dies DOS Moines laMrs W Van Wer der wife of Dr W Van Worden prominent physician ot this city died Friday from blood poisoning eagle t by her stepping on a tack I Round About the teIWhat Is Going On in n- ISt W Sections of Kentucky Wt FOUND DEAD IN BATHTUB I Minister Is Asphyxiated While Visit I Ing at Home of Kentucky Preacher I Hopklnsvillc KyThe Rev E M Gordon a missionary from Mungcll India was found dead In the bathtub In the home of tho Rev H D Smith whom ho was visiting- It Is believed the minister opened i gas jet to a heating stove In the room by throwing a towel against It Ho was asphyxiated- Mr Gordon was sent to India by the Church of Christ of this city Ho hat only recently come home on a furlough to visit his former congre gation lie was a member of tbo Disciples denomination Ills father was a Brit ish army officer lie leaves a widow and child who are In Philadelphia DAMAGES AWARDED To Woman Who Was Injured On Her First Railroad Trip Frankfort Ky While taking her first ride on a railroad train Mrs Mary Lorton of Burnsides PulaskI county was Injured by a window of tho coach falling and mashing her hand She secured 325 damages from the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific Railroad Co In a Judgment In the Pulaski circuit court This Judgment was affirmed by the court of appeals The conrt in ren dering the decision says It Is the duty of railroad companies to keep and maintain their passenger coach es Including the windows and doors In a good condition for the safety convenience and comfort of Its passenger A failure to do so makes them liable for damages I Treasury Balances Franktort KyThe balance In the state treasury for the month ending May 31 was J20075515 made up of sinking fund 13306178 school fund 10239377 general expenditure fund deficit 3470040 The balances In the treasury for the month ending May 31 1907 were Sinking fund JG2735954 school fund 3711946 general expenditure fund deficit 43245484 Balance In treasury 232 02416 The Girls Went Snipe Hunting Frankfort KyAn old trick was the moans of a practical joke played on a party of society girls here by a number of young men on a camping trip Tho girls were taken snipe hunting and held the bag Iri the chilly atmosphere It took an hour and a half for the girls to discover they had been duped and they Indignantly started for home the men In the par ty following at a safe distance Must Mend Their Habits Frankfort Ky Oorge Davis city prosecuting attorney received through the malls a notice that he must change his habits at once or the vis iting committee would call upon him The note says that the night riders are planning a raid on Frankfort and that not only Davis but other young men hero must change their habits or else they will bo lashed Extradited Prisoner Escapes Frankfort Ky Authorities here learned that Nelson lIalbort arrested at Mangum Okla and wanted at Beavers Creek Floyd county on a charge of killing Albert Bcgley Is at large again although Gov Willson had issued a requisition for his re uto this state Noted Educator to Retire Lexington KyProf John H No vllle A M LL D 80 and for 60 years a teacher In public Institutions announced that ho had put aside the harness and from the applicationtfor a pension from the Carnegie fund Prisoner Paroled Frankfort KyThe prison commis sion paroled Henry Turner of Breath Itt county sentenced to three In tho penitentiary on a charge o Elijahdtitioned for the parole Now Sayre College Lexington KyThe Sayre Female Institute one of tho oldest education al Institutions in the south and rept tentative southern Presbyterian school at a meeting of trustees had the scope enlarged and the name changed to Sayre college Engine Turned Over Louisa KyA passenger train on tho Sand division of the C O aboveiLouisa and tho engineer Andrew Berry was badly scalded and wilt probably die The fireman and the baggagemastcr wore also Injured Will Enforce the Law Louisville Ky Mayor J F Grin stead In an address to tho Mutual Protective Association commended tho association for Its work towar elevating tho saloons and declare- that the law would bo enforced Kentuckian Seeks Death Huntlngton W VaRobert E Lee prosecuting attorney of Lawrence Eastaern Kentucky politics took morphine with suicidal Intend There Is small hope for his recovery CROP WILL BE INSIGNIFICANT Burley Tobacco Production In Kentucky May Reach 5000000 Pounds Frankfort KyFrom reports re- ceIved from nearly all the counties which compose what Is known as the burley tobacco district the Commis sioner of Agriculture M C RankIn estimates that tho crop of tobacco which will be raised this year all over Kentucky will bonot more than 5000000 pounds and the greater part of this will be grown In counties which are outside the burley district properThe estimates are that about one per cent of the usual crop In the bur ley district will be planted this year but In some other counties In Ken tucky Burley tobacco is grown la small quantities and this will run up the total- The total acrea o will be accord ing to the commissioners Informa tion about 5000 acres although It Is believed that this will be too high Tho total acreage last year was about 135000 acres COURT INFESTED With HangersOn Declares Louts vllle Police Judge Louisville Ky Following his amendment of tho witness oath by striking out So help me God Police Judge J Wheeler McGee Instituted a campaign against grafters Ho ordered one man out of tbe courtroom for good because he had been seen talking to a prisoner In the cage McGee said that the p611ce court Is infested with men who have no legitimate business in It and he will try them for contempt If they come back a second time As soon as Criminal Judge Prior overruled a demurrer to an indict meat against Dr S A Bradley for mer meat inspector be was notified by Attorney Frank Hagan that a change of venue would be sought Bradley Is accused of bribery and embezzlement while In once King of Shiners Converted Frankfort KyHoward Collins of Clay county the King of the East ern Kentucky moonshiners placed In the Franklin county jail several weeks ago has been converted by the Salva tion Army Howard Is a fearless mountaineer and has the reputation of being one of the best shots In Eastern Kentucky Ho has several men to his credit but says that when he gets free of the charge now pend ing ho will return to the mountains and spend the remainder of his days preaching tho gospel- Thirteen Want Fortune Louisville Ky Thirteen American relatives of Alexander McGaw McKay filed suit to contest hs will The man who was a recluse left 150000 to a niece in Scotland Margaret Wallace Blgham Tho Amen cans chargo that their Scotch cousin plied undue Influence on tho old man when he made a trip to Scotland lu 1906 Will Be Tried In October Jackson Ky Beach Hargls case was continued to the October term because in the Republican primary election of Juno 20 the circuit judge and commonwealths attorney will each be candidates No ball will be asked for Hargis and he will remain In jail during tbo summer First Measures Up Louisville Ky Complete Inspec lion of the First Kentucky Regiment was made here by Capt W N Hughes United States Militia Inspect or Ho gave no official Intimation of what his report would be but told an officer that tbe regiment measured up with any he had seen Methodists Conferred Louisville KyTho Methodist Epis Church South held Its district Loutevlliofchurches were represent alterenates to the state convention Owensboro in September were elect ed f thisecity secretary of the National Pure Food Association and head ot the Kentucky State Department of hat association was appointed a special assistant United States Attorney by Attorney General Bonaparte t Spicer Acquitted I Lexington KyTbo jury In the Roger Splcer case at Jackson Ky returned a verdict of not guilty Spl a car of James JohnstontHis Fathers Lawyer Jackson KyAttorney Will X i Young of Morehead Is here to undertake the defense ot Beach Hargls lija feud cases the chief aethaddefendants father 1 Colonel Sam Stone III 1Ioulsvllle Ky Bladder trouble made Col Samuel II Stone take to his bed He was about to act In his capacity as special commissioner for the eastern district of Kentucky la railroad rates cases when stricken iL Republican Na t ioned Convention TilE COLISEUM By ROBERTUS LOVE CHICAGO JUNE 16 i Copyright 1908 by Robtrtui LoveAt IC IIJon a FHEMOXT LA rOLLZTTK THE four tccnth na tional con vention of the Republican par ty will meetJune 1C In the Coli seum at Chica go to nominate candidates tor president and vice president of the United States Among the welt Iriowu men whu flit prohablllty wU receive votes in the convention for the presidential nomination may bt mentioned In alphabetical order Joseph G Cannon Charles W Fairbanks Joseph 15 Poralior Charles P IIughei Philander O Knox Robert M La Fol lette and William II Taft From all the states and territories OSO delegates will sit In the convention which will be called to order by Harry S New chair man of the Republican national com mittee A majority or 401 votes will suffice to nominate Fiftytwo years ago the first Repub Ilcan national convention where can didates wore nominated was hold In PhiladelphiaRobert of New York wax temporary chairman o this historic convention which come to order lu Musical Fund hull on Locust street The permanent chairman was Henry S Lane of Indiana About 700 dele gates and 2000 spectators were pres ent On the IStb of Juno the famous Pathfinder of the Rockies John lFremont thou of California wnn named for president on the first ballot For vice president William L Dayton of New Jonsey was nominated Da ton received all but tblrtyon votes on the first ballot Twenty of the opposing votes were cast for a comparatively obscure lawyer of Springfield Ill named Abraham Lincoln In 18iO the Republican convention first met In Chicago which has come to be Its favorite tweeting place May 18 the body was called to order in u structure known as the Wigwam about 10000 people being present WI liam II Seward of Now York was the leading candidate prior to the conven tion and also on the first ballot Ills 1name was placed before the conven by William M Evarts of New York Norman Judd of Illinois place Abraham Lincoln In nomination amid tremendous applause and some hisses Carl Schurz then of Wisconsin seconded Sewards nomination Mr De lano of Ohio arose and said- I desire to second the nomination of the man who can split rails and maul Democrats Abraham Lincoln Lincoln passed Seward on the second ballot and was nominated for president on the third ballot receiving 354 votes to 11014 for Seward For the vice pres MUSICAL FUND fALL FIlIbADICLTniA WHEBK JTBKMONT WAS NOMINATED IN 1150 I idency Hannibal Hamlin of Maine was nominated on the second ballot his chief competitor being CassIus Marcel lus Clay of Kentucky- In 1S04 the convention met In Ualtl more Juno 7 the temporary chairman being the venerable Rev Dr Robert J Brecklnridge of Kentucky Will la HI Dennison of Ohio was permanent chairman The Front Street theater was the meeting place and the body was called by some northerners the National Union convention preserve tion ot the Union being tho paramount Issue Lincoln was renomInated for president an tbi first ballot The celebrated Parson Brownlow of Tennessee placed before the house for the vice presidency the name of An- yr IFAtnnANX9 TAn j drew Johnson of his state a southerner who had stood stauchly by the Union excepIthe secessionists Johnson was nom hated on the first ballotI I The 1SC S convention returned to the early love Chicago May 25 was the I opening date Crosby Opera House was the place The temporary chairman was Carl Schurz that remarkable 1 GermanAmerican who bad become II major general In the Federal army dur I ing the war General John A Logan of Illinois placed General Grant In nomination The general was noml I nated unanimously the cheering last- Ing halt an hour No other candidate was consIdered For vice president ox I Senator Henry S Lane of Indiana placed before the convention the name SlftkItlves who received the nomination At the convention of 1872 bold In Philadelphia President Grant again received a unanimous nomination An effort was made to rcnoialuatc Vice President Colfax but Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts was declared the nominee Cincinnati entertained the convention of 1S7G Theodore M Pomeroy of New York presided temporarily yielding the gavel to Edward McPherson of Penn sylvanla permanent chairman The Exposition building was the scene of the gathering The convention met June It Rutherford It Hayes of Olio was the nominee for president and William A Wheeler of New York wa named for vice president The Demo crats nominated Samuel J Tllilon or New York anti Thomas A Ilendrlck of Indiana So close was these election that the famous electoral couimlaulo of fifteen men was created to deter- mIne the Issue The commission de dared the election of Hayes and Wheeler by a majority of one electora vote In the convention James c Blaine of Maine was u proifilnent can dldate being placed before the house by Colonel Robert G Ingersoll of Ml nols who made on that occasion tI I celebrated Plumed Knight speech InIj rlor like a plumed knight James G Blaine marched down the halls of the American congress and threw his shin Ing lance full and fair against the bra zen forehead of every defamer of this country and mallgner of Its honor In 1880 the Republicans met in Chi cage In the Exposition building de scribed by one correspondent as one of the most splendid barns that were ever constructed ExPresident Grant who had been out of office one term was made the Issue of this convention A strong following proposed to make him again the candidate but the opponents of a third term were still strongerRoscoe Conkling of New York placed Grant In nomination Conkllng was described by one who saw him In this convention as a man who has the physique of a gladiator and the manner of a man who would enjoy being a king Garfield nominated John Sherman of Ohio James F Joy of Michigan made the nominating speech I for Blaine calling him James H Instead of James G Nevertheless there was halt an hours cheering for the Plumed Knight Colonel Ingersoll on the platform snatched a shawl from a ladys shoulders and joined In the enthusiasm A deadlock between Grant and Blaine resulted In the noml nation of a dark horse Garfield For vice president Chester Alan Arthur of New York was nominated- In the convention of 1834 at Chicago appeared as a delegate from New York a young man of twentysix years who was destined to become a foremost figure In Republican councils His name was Theodore Roosevelt He came In wearing a straw hat and looking boy lab according to ono of ute New York newspaper correspondents who thus described him further Theodore Roosevelt sitting by George William Curtis also made a speech showing himself for the first time to the western people and being somewhat cheered His square head matted with shot dry sandy hair and his eyeglasses and nervously forcible gestures were remarked Young Mr Roosevelts speech was her I utouns oNaor favor of the selection of John II toIpruskletemporary chairman The nominees of this convention I were James G Blalno of Maine torII president and John A Logan of llrosldentIof 18S3 In Chi j cage Cbauncuy M Depow was a lead lug candidate John Sherman and i lilnlue worn also far to the In the running Colonel Ingersoll trontIthere but he was strongly the nomination of his Plumed Blaine was traveling In Europe at the time lugersoll favored Judge Waller i Q Groshnm of ndtuna and 11IInolI John Sherman led on the I second ballots Depew who ran fourth then withdrew One delegate I voted for McKinley who arose and declared that ho was for John Slier I lUau and could not permit his name to- go before the convention After a struggle lasting six days Depews New York strength was thrown to Bonju I tula Harrison who received the now i Inatlon fur president with Levi P Morton of New York as the vlco prwtl dentlal nominee William McKinley was l erWafW t chairman and J Stoat Fassott of New York temporary chairman of thu ISO j I convention III Mlnuuapolls beginning June 8 In this convention for the I first time women delegates sot two of that sex being accredited from the state of Wyoming where women vote Speaker Thomas It Reed was a spec tator ID oxlJOeltlon ball close to ton falls of St Anthony on the Misls slppl river where the convention sat Mr Depow also was there with a speech McKlnloy was the most tire matic Inure lu the ball the man who looks like Napoleon President liar risen was reI I LIKE IMIQUT A PLUMED nominated on IantipresidentWhrtolaw Held editor ot the New York Trib une was named unanimously Oepews eloquent speech II- InOl1ll1utlnl Harrison was the hit of th- eC0nreatIon Blaine again was placed InI nomination re Iotes celved 182 votes for the nomina tlon Harrison defeated and Held wereI vember by Cleveland and Adlat E Ste venson of Illinois St Louis was tho convention city In 1800 The Auditorium built specially for such affairs held 17000 people Charles W Fairbanks then a candi date to succeed Senator Voorhees of I Indiana was temporary chairman i Senator Thurston ot Nebraska was permanent chairman For six weeks McKinleys nomination had been a noIthnIi standard platform I Senator Wolcott of Colorado was temporary chairman and Senator Lodge ot Massachusetts permanent chairman lbllndelphluI mously rcnomlnatcd By special Invl tatlon seven of the 1850 convention survivors were present Governor Theodore Roosevelt of New York wasI i named for vice president against his own protest Roosevelt was a dele gate He received all the votes but one his own In 1001 at Chicago the temporary chairman was Ellbu Root and the per manent chairman Speaker Cannon Cannon refused to run for vice presl dent Senator Cullom led an effort to nominate Congressman R R Hltt of Illinois for the place President Roose velt and Senator Fairbanks were unan imously nominated for president and vice president CORRESPONDENCE CntUutd tram lal llIIc1 ITIUaM Ethel Juno 3We have been having some pretty weather and the farmers are all letting along fins with their work Sirs Louisa Tin cher Is living with her daughter Mrs Martha nice now and Is bothered with rhettmatlsm Wlas Mary 3rallh who has beet sick so long Is out again Mr U S O RUe made a business trip to Sextone Creek WaOiMeday Rise Millie Maaor visited her OOUj In Leon flies Sumloy Mtsc Mary Rice visited Iova Rloe Saturday Mocere Burnett Blngham Ramy Clnr Kelson lineal U S 0 Rice and two MOB McKinley and Hobart all went to Haage show I Jupe 4th nt Green hail and all re vetted It to baa flue show Marlon Neete of thin place ia down with i risings and can hardly walk but thInk he will be nil right lu a few days MlM Mary Rice of this place gut Let fret poisoned and can stir about but very littleMrs Sarah Peters ot Owsley County paused thru hero tho other day Mrs Sable Roe pat carbolic acid on a corn the footII1Ie- I one Mrs Everett Clark paid Mrs U a O Rice n short visit Wednesday tYtIftI WHk1IRise law week Mrs Lou SauUltH made a buslnoae trip to SexttiM Creek Saturday Corn la selling at SO cents n bushel la this vicinity stttnltrln Mildred June t Several people ot this place attended the big shows at Wdehbtirg and McKee Tuesday and WedaesdayOur tinging tobool at Oak Grove has dosed with much horns to Ita teaehcr In a fmy at jWekhbHrg tact Tuesday a fellow by Ute name ot SetUae war shot very badly In the breast He nay not Hre Whiskey hi aappoaed to lava canned the trouble Mr George Tiltery baa proPIjmendec but to getting along nicely Mr G W TlUery la all smiles over the birth of o the baby boy tact I Monday Mr James Hamilton of McKee wan with us Tuesday Mr Nelson Towtec of Oovingtoo Ky is among friends once more for a fow weeks Andrev Browning woe ta- Btte t of his coudn Green Morris Wedfdn1 night MIIIDLKfORK- MWdlefork June 6 Mr Sand Prultte while horsing logs foil tad broke her armAunt Martina Lear who has been very poorly for tame time Is thought to be Improving Robert Baker of Indian Creek bought a eov of Mr Dan Aleorn of Livingston Ky for OLlttle Virgil flak er has been alck Edna Tuseoy vle Ited at the widow Tuswya Sunday The Rev Mr Tom Barber has preach ed two Interesting sermons at his TnsIBeYdayMr Mahlan Summers of Livingston Is expected at this place the second Friday In thIs month Minmt roiiK Mlddlefork May 30 Sunday School was organized at this place Sunday- i with Mrs Mary Cale aa superintendent and Miss Vine Wilson as sec retaryJ W Angel visited friends and relatives on Horse Lick Satur day and Sunday Mr Owen Tussey why was thought to be Improving has been worse for a few daysMr Dan Lear Is very sick Wes Angel of Mlddlefork and Alven Carpenter of Roblnot made an exchange of mules and Wes gave 125 to bootMr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Jr of flurley via fled relatives hero Saturday night Mrs Kettle Hcllard continues very poorly Mrs Cap Wilson who has been sick BO long is able to be out again The Rev James Lunsford will preach at this place the second Friday night In June Girl Have Same Chance as Boys In Holland girls have exactly the same privileges as boys when It comes to a question of higher education There are no special courses universi ties or preparatory schools for girls lu tho land where Queen Wilhelmina rules All Institutions for higher education aro open to men and women equally and on the same terms students of either sex are treated to tho same way and have to pass tho same examina tions After having loft the primary school girls and boys who wish to enter tho university go to a public grammar nchool Into which thoy are admitted at the age of 12 or 14 on passing an entrance examination POLITICAL NOTES Continued Irate IMrKPiifel DRIIJLTlmDJohn romreMiiiin front Iowa watt defeated Wednesday lu the primaries for Con greeaman Mr Hull to chairman ft the house Commit on Military Attain and has been one of the most prominent members of the house CHANGE IN PARTY LAWSTheIl- ropoelUou to have all tie precinct committeemen elected by the voters of their respective precinU was en dorsal foreshadowing a change In the law to this effect Some ot the countlea accused Oov Wlllson of sending troops into counties whore lawleeaeee neither existed nor was threntenod buUthes coH tlesv are In the tobacco region and no one can vouch for safety in that territory For the conditions for the past year have leases sufficient evidence to show that some procedure should be offset e4 0 reatore order awl safety Th harmony sad large attendance should be encouraging to the democrats for it la quite different from their recent electlour A factional tight In Kestofl le exported to result In a eonteeting dele imtlon the principal fight IB in three dietrlcU and la between forces marsh sled by Joseph Path Bert Simmons awl County Attorney Tracer The fight U for com nltteetssa hat there la MO oppodlloti to Bryan REPUBLICANS KIHCT DlMOf CRAT Oov Gee R CbambcrlatM a Democrat ha Wes choeea by Reftub Dean votes la a Republican Mate His Majority over usury JJ Coke IletwbltaMi will exceed 11Ot The vote while glriac Chamberlain a personal victory elected the entire UefHblloaa ticket and a IlenuUtmn legtemtvre will have to entry out the wtek of the people and ehoose a DeoerntA- NTIBItYAN plait OLT OTT- Ile anilBtyaa men have prcctically conceded their detect Congrimman Unahan from Pennsylvania one of the most radical opponents of Bryan snld that Bnrmn would be nominated The leaden In the oppoaltsoe In the East say that myna wm be nominated UM he M the weaUcet candidate the Dwnoraie have m the fWd It- remains to be ee n bow etrong be to ANT ROOMCVRtT PLAN Altfco the eontecu have mostly bees de cided by the National Committee m favor of Taft most of them will be tlJArrW HP to the Credentials Com mlttee at the Convention sad filially to the Convention Itself SenatC Crane who Is the With man In Ute ntlTaft tales says that tfccre Is no hop e of eueooce liowever But Ute allies against Tilt and the Prey ident will tasks a hard tight along i other lines Pint they will try to got their own man In as vleepreel dent and second they will try to have such a platform framed that Taft will be unable to do much on It and such a one that the party will not be called on to do any re form work In the next four years There is no sign yet how far they will succeed REPUBLICAN PLATFORM The plaits for the Republican platform as Mr Taft wants It have already been made The most Important thing will be a strong endorsement of Room volt and the next will be a call for a revision of the tariff After that will come corporation control and other things the President has been working for A Slander The statement that the Missouri mule cannot stand the Philippines climate is a vile slander of course The Missouri mule can stand anything and It necessary kick It Into smith ereens Kansas City Journal The Larger Part of It Anyhow Many a man has become possessed of the Idea that he Is a humorist merely because other people think he U funny Chicago Record hforald So Was He It turned out Just as I feared My uncle didnt leave mo any of his real estate In his will Then your fours were groundless werent thny7 =Kan sus City Tim THE MARKET MAliSON MARKET Rlehmond June I There were about 1100 cattle and 900 sheep on t l the market Monday Scarcely any thing brought B eta and running as low ai IVfc eta for small common oat tie About MO left over not sold Sheep brought 10 to 1160 per head and with a downward tendency Would advise thlm era to be eautlow i In buying sheep Anodes and horses drop Price not changed but tltt demand J J Btubry Berea Prices Egga per down Uc Ratter per lb l 20- oPatatietI Irish li rbuol2Apples per bl13 00 Strawlcrrlea per qt1Wila- UnCOil tier lbIOl1u lIam per IbI4cli- Ard per lb13c oa Coot per lb lOc druscd per lb lltfe Live Stick Louisville June 9 IOCS Choke export steers 6 00 t 40 Choice butehor steers 6 25 190 Choice butcher steers 5 26 6 Go1Medium butcher steers 4 79 C Common butcher steers 42 4 i5 Choke butcher hatters 5 25 6 90 Medium butcher heifers 4 00 6 00 CoHUHoa hotelier heifers 3 Si 410 Choke butcher cows 4 X 4 V- 5Metflnm bMdier sews 30 4 i e Common butcher sews 2 76 310 Cannon 136 2 91 Chaise fat oxen 4 10 610 MdlM lace 300 411 Choke bulls 3 10 4 2C Medium butts 2 71 3 to Common bulls 2 s 2 75 Choice veal calve 5 If 8 91 Medium veal calrec 910 100 Cosmos dose 2 10 3 tO Good feeders 4V 510 Medium feedira 4 00 4 tlO Common testier 3 50 4 CO Chaste neck steers 4 00 4J 0 Medium stack Meets 3 90 4 CO Common stool steer 3 00 3 TO Choice stock heifers ISl 76 Medium stock helfere 8 10 3 2f- Ccmmoa mixed stockers I ID 110 Cheiee mlleh cows 33 00 4S 04 Medium mlloh sows II 00 35 00 Common mulch cows II II II II BOOS ewe packers and butchsri MO to Mt Iks 14O Medium packers and butcbctv 19 to M Ibe 141 Choler i4gs HMtt ibe 4 40 4 10- L4 hi plat 1511 lot 190 1 71 Light ahtMMre lM11O lbs I S Hornghs Ik4111be 9 10 4 01 islierChotee lat skeep- UwitaM 400 4 9f sheep 3 10 4 00 Comtfcn sheep J 00 I 01 Dusk 1 00 110 Choice lambs 6 If Seconds I CO Good butcher lambs 4 M I 00 Culls and tallends 3 fO 4 10 MESS PORKt C- OUAUACaolee sum eared llffit sad special cure 1111H heavy U atedhua 11 to 11e SHOULDEKl o HT U- DACON Clear rlt sides 8c regular clear sides Ifcc breakfast bacon 14H solar e re4 saeuUere IUe bases cxfra IJ4c bellies Utdt lie hca SicLd1DPrLse Mona U Ur MlK furs leaf L tlueee lie la tabs lllie DRIED BEEF lie EGGS Case count IBc per dos candled 14c- DUTTER ICc per lb POULTRY Spring chlckena iSo to 20c hens lOc ducks 8c turkeys 8c bOe ducks lle- WUEATNo 2 ooc No3 88c CORNNO 3 white soo NO 3 mixed 79- cOATSNow No 3 white 66tfc No 3 mixed 54c RYENo 2 Northern DOc No 3 Northern 90a Little Money Wasted There Though the halt yearly not profits ot tho Industrial Dank of Japan amounted to 350000 only 110000 was paid out for directors fees and bonuses OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Ontrnl Avenu unit Court Street Cincinnati Ohio This college wan organized in 1845 and tho 03rd Annual SO Hon begins October Otb 1008 this U tho first Dental College eatnbllHhod in the West It U coeducational and has a teach ing corps of twenty instructors IU buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and Its clinics Ire unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In olln Ical Instruction are also given For Information and announce mont address II A Smith D D S Dean 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio WANT FLOWERS 1Out YIrTbl Inii1- uMBrnl lt lui- Weilillng 1 Plant flo- e1lld n r m o + v y + r+ 4 12 I o 0- i i q o es FROM A OF I q o 0 cirr ruoxr lag OVER POST Mr John Pa oo U visiting bis patents and friends Cor a tow days Mir IteMte Mt Bona Monday or her HIM In PallMds MtM wilt slop L r a abort May with her cousin Mi t Mary Fee Zeal Logan tea Monday for I XinRton to see kls staler then IM v 11 brad for humP Mine Myrtle Adam of Lebanon TII Inn h ining Mrs J J Moor r V ayde VIM Maj Jvfv ftMtcUat matron t TiiliMi Han trlt for Cia r h Ai tSltefta to apM4 1 t eummN UniiiftU Vaughu U nap 1 la i ntlsMi vYIrv lurID the rMuata i yPsr- Mr ChM UWham ot CoftVty who bag been Wijf III In now Much tat Mild ab t M out Mrs Ell Uaur IOU JscksOM aft Who nih been wrv III ii now mueb tyu tr tern T A Edward Carrot sod 1liter hors gone to Croton Ohio fur 4 un with Mrs methtr Mn A K TliomacH leave town for an Visit in the north odes Etta Moor had as tier guest last week MtM MMHK of Mr and Mrs U M llNrgQM visited MN IttirgM mother at 1alnt LIck last Out Sale of Mrs Laura Jones began her famous closing out sale of spring hats the 27 right from tho Como and get your list before the choice ones are gone la coming and every hat la going at reduced prices Mist Pearl Cain the trimmer from old will pro bably leave us Juno 15 Rush your orders in We may not be so u to secure her for next season She can please you In a hat Mss Maud Turner of Irvine Ky has been tho guest of her friend Miss Elon Jackson of this Rev Nathan Culton a Baptist minister ot to a number of people at the home ot Mr J T Scrlvncr last Sunday evening Miss Nina E Lamson sister f Mrs Dodgo and former student of Berea College for many years a mla sionary In Now Mexico was married to Mr Edward Dann on Juno 3 at New Mexi- Co where she will make her futuro 0 Howard Gamble who has been I a student More for two years left for his home in City Mr Gamble Intended to stay all summer but received a I that his mother was very ill and so went to her bedside Ha had charge of the field work of Miss class this spring I OR Phone M 11 PHONE ALBERT I Orft The Porter Drug Co tNooaroiiTio PHONE BEREA KY eeo- gegoAeqsqoqoqeqoqoqeqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqoqo Berea and Vicinity onGATHERED VARIETY SOURCES gogaqoqHOqoqeqeqoqlrqeqoqe DR BEST DENTIST OFFICE OFFICE Rathbum WjrenttHg Hathburn Clarksburg IMUwa- Mr Saturday Edwards rhuwday axUmled lllebtnand wee- kClosing Spring Millinery Mintannual Wednesday Bargains beginning Commencement exquisite Louisville fortunate Satisfaction Guaranteed MRS LAURA JONES pleasant placeThe Richmond preached Wednesday Albuquerque homoMr Wednesday Oklahoma Oklahoma telegram Robinsons surveying RICHMOND HOUSES geaowogoeooqoaoqoqouocoqt AUGUST 678ALL COME Mr Joe Scrlvner aMd family have staved Into OIM of the MW oottag- Mo CWKr St bout Wy S R Combs sat Mr JNHMS Wagwe and wife Into too other Mrs S C Oabbard was very HI part of lot week The BurdeUe family for the post week have boon enjoying their sum MT house en the mountain Mrs J W HVBM and ton Franklin wwv vtoitlMs relaUvee In Iloekcaitle County the k Ur part of Ut week Mrs KaUwrln flitter and mother were entertained at dinner last Fri lay at the horns of Mrs SaUte Adamson Center St Miss Ida Lewis who Is out in Uw country for the summer WM with home folks Sunday MlM CfclH Hudson who has ben vteitlHC her ittter Mrs Margaret Ogg retnrae l to her hems at Ungk Mon ayv II Porter was IB Lancaster TvMdRy on buslMM- O org Golden who has bean In the South for the poet few yom returned Monday for a visit with home folks MlM Bottle Lewis left Tuesday for ntohmoxd where she expects to stay until she begins her school MlM BOM Hays has a place as private crtnry of Mr L L Shadoln for Ua east ing year C K Bonder of Lexington Is vie iting In town Miss Margaret Wallace is working In the printing office W D Logsdon nearly lost his fine black horse last week when tho animal foundered Thanks to tho skill of James K Baker the vet it Is now almost well The Frost family Is planning for a reunion this week All the children are already on hand or will come In a day or two It will bo tho first time that tho family has been together in tour years Miss PrisclIIa Clapp Is visiting at Pres Frosts Mrs Emma J Walker and daughter Katherine of Dayton Ky are visiting Miss Myrna Walker for a few days Mrs Wm Golding and son of Will lamsburg Icy are visiting Mrs Gold Ings parents and friends In Barca atlases Mary Pickering and Etta Lewis left Derea Thursday Juno 4 for Ashvllle North Carolina to ale thoYoungtlon Mr Manly Albright and his brother of Brodhead were In Berea Com mencement week daughter W T Dooley during Commencement Mr Clyde Stilwell loft tor Clove land 0 for a weeks stay Then he positioninMr Roy Eastman and his father left for homo In Ottawa O Mr Eastman was much pleased with Be rea and says ha will always have a great regard and friendship for the college and the friends he made while here Mr Francis Clark will succeed Mr Flanery as foreman of the garden during the summer but will be a regular teacher next year I U Z P F Use Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE Bolben Grocery Go- flbonc 184 fioatn Street Opposite cttijcu Office THe college garden will start a wagon delivering vegetables won Miss Sallle Owen of Bait Bernstadt hat been tIle guilt of her cousin Mr U S Wyatt here Mrs U S Wyatt and two children have gone to Bait Btrnttadt to spend a month with relatives ot her hus bandMr Whtltenwre Boss loft Berea Friday June 8th on foot enrouto to Ashvllle North Carolina whore he will meet MoMre Alfred MMW Fred Perry and S W GrtUhwell who are delegates sent by the Barea college Young Mens Christian AModallon to the Southern Convention to be held a Ashvllle June 1 to 19 Berea has tho largest college Y M C A la the state and we oxiwet te hear of a good showing from the bore Mre Hwleon who is ill with dlpth eels U getting along nicely and we think will be out soon Bob Chrlsman is still in business If you dont believe It come and see orranlMteeftotreteMrlKaogt 1o I College Items I o Q HERE AND THEP2 0o eloatoaeaoROgognaoqoao oM Almost all the members of the fa culty remained over after Commence meaL for the Faculty Institute which was eoodHtted by Prof W J Hut china of Oteerlln Theological Seminary and Pree Frost taught Rhet oric of which he was formerly professor The week was enlivened bv a omipte of plenles one to Indian Fort and one to Bear Knob whlofa was somewhat spoiled by the heavy rain Some of the college workers began to drift away soon after Commence moot MIN Raymond went last Tuesday to be present at the wedding in Angola N Y ot her sister Clarke who nwiay hire remember Mrs MeLlaren and her children also went lust week to be gone fur the summer Mrs Hdwards and Miss Della Smith left Tuesday morning Mrs Edwards going to her home in Ohio for a short visit Mlns Campbell went Wednesday morning for the summer Miss Phillips also went at the same time to be gone at least two months for a much needed rest Mrs Roberts started Wednesday morning with her children for her home in northwestern Iowa far a visit of a couple ot months Will C Gamble and his daughter will go Saturday for a two weeks visit In Chicago and western Illinois During the visit Mr Gamble will be present at the golden wedding cele bration of his parents Miss Boatwrlght was called home suddenly by the Illness of her mother Mr Clare Canfield worn out by his labors on Commencement Day when the band played all day went home Tuesday to Lltchfleld 0 where he will spend a couple ot weeks He wa accompanied by his eldest son Morris W W Stetson ridge delivered tSo Commencement oration was laid tip two or three days at Pree Frosts by IUnies WEDDINGS Mr Bben Hand and Miss Belle Taylor were quietly married at the h MiB of Mr Abner Golden at 800 p m Friday About twenty ot the closest friends were present and the I wedding ceremony was performed by I the Rev Howard Hudson Mrs Handy will continue her nursing here and Mr Handy will lay brick In town The Citizen and townspeople extend hearty congratulationsA and beautiful wedding occurred last Thursday morning at nine oclock at the home of Mr and Mn Gee Dick when Mr Will Haley and Miss Sarah M Dowden were mar ried Mr Haley whose home Is at Big Hill Is well known here in town as an Industrious young man and for several years MlM Dowden has been a competent assistant In the Bsrea Bank and Trust Company and has shown marked business ability in her work The young couple have receiv ed the heartiest congratulations of all their many friends They left Monday for Somerset Ky where Mr Haley lies secured work Mr Willie Blaknell and Miss Min nle Hays of Clover Bottom were mar ried In Richmond June 2 Good will and bent wishes go with them SERIOUS ACCIDENT Terrll Lunsford while working at Mr II Munoys saw mill at Sand Gap Jackson County was caught In the large bolt that runs the saw carriage and run his leg over the drive wheelIt broke his leg and shivered his right knee very badly and also there were some slight bruises about on his body Carlessness was one cause of tho accident for the wheel should be boxed up far enough to be out of danger He was standing on a pile of slaps and they fell and his foot slipped Into the wheel SHEET MUSIC My Mothers Grave Is the title of a new copyright song with words by James W Leath and Music by A Rlcordo ot Chicago The poem was published In the Western Chris tian Advocate Cincinnati February 22 1903 Mr Leath Is a teacher and has a State Certificate which Is valid till 1915 He was a former schoolmate of Attorney General N D Hays under the tuition of Judge James D BlackPrice 50 cents For further particulars call at the office of The Citizen Porter Drug Co or address the author at Hyclen Leslie County Kentucky IIUrf There Is nothing a man of good sense dreads in a wife so much asher having more sense than himself Fielding 5c Per Yard I Simpson and American Calicoes BEST THAT IS MADE MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY E1 COMMENCEMENT Continued tram Plnlr cei loudly applauded Other speakers were F B MathOii formerly of Berea and now ot Casper Wyoming Free Ellis of Tabor College the Rev C A KorUirop of Harriman Tenn Dr Bond and Dr Barton two ot the trusUw and other leading citizen presentA feature of the day was the ahftoflpB Ot the guns at different point In thus programme so that thoea Outside of the Tabernacle could tell how fast the t ral9frwre get ting oft and cOns It for those parte that they were especially Interested IlLA small wagen circus with a couple of bllnsri loQMps elephanta afO othe IeftovcH ofraany sorry look lug beasts and a few old broken down horses misnamed trick ponies pitched Its teat down near tho depot and did a sort of a business but the attendance was not what the ntauur had expected and it is reported that the show will not come here aRIa when It will have to compete with the Commencement oxwclse Tho College Brass Band gave a free concert all day long and perhaps this kept a good many people from attending At and rate the crowds at the tent were much smaller than had been txrtrtcd Probably tho most Important hap pening of Commencement Day was the announcement by Pres Frost of a new pledge of 50000 toward tho Adjustment Fund The pledge is made conditional on gifts towards the fund from KentuckIans and tlo given promises that for every dol lar given in Kentucky up to 50000 another dollar will be given Tho name ot the maw who made the pledge Is not known He Is a friend of Dr Canfteld who made tho Com mencement oration last year and he makes his pledge thru Mr Caufleld This pledge helps greatly In clear Ing the way for the completion cf the fund Our readers will remember that as the colored people have al ways had a share In Berea College whrn the Day Law was passed driving them from the school the college felt that both by law and right they were entitled to a part of the college funds and set aside 200000 for them This alone Is not enough to start a good school BO It was de cided to raise 200000 more to use for the colored school and 200000 to replace the fund which Berea has lost This fund of 400000 is caled the adjustment fund and Pros Frost has been working all this year on the raising of It A considerable part ot the fund has already been raised Mr Carnegie has promised 200000 and others have pledged about 95000 more so that when Kontuchlans have given 50 000 and tho college can collect the 50000 Just pledged the fund will be practically complete- A campaign will be started next year In Kentucky and a chance will bo given Kentuckians to contribute to the school which will do so much for the state Contributions to tho fund are not only for the colored school however they also go toward making up to Berea the 200000 which was taken from It by the Day Law and so help the cause of white education as much as that ofcolor ed education TAFT WINS KENTUCKY Associated Press Telegram Chicago June 8J1hc antlTaft de legation did nqt appear when the third Georgia district was called and the Taft delegates were seated by defaultThe contests from the four districts of Kentucky were then called Sen atorelect Bradley of Kentucky made the chief argument for the antiTaft factionIn First Kentucky district the Boyd or Taft delegation was seated Arguments for this faction were made by J C Speight while Senatorelect Bradley spoke for the Deboe on anti Taft Interests Bradley In making his argument merely followed the brief given him He stated to the Committee he was repeating evidence which was given him and of which he had no personal knowledgeThe Kentucky district was next called The Taft delegation was sseated and the contest in the Sixth and Eleventh Kentucky districts were given to Taft by default In view of the importance of the Fifth Kentucky district which is the city of Louisville the time allotted each side was extended Clay L A Davis MeD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE it- j PHONE 50 CENTER STil i Dr Howard Switzer f Office and Reeiclonco CENTER STREET PHONE 66 BEREA KY S R BAKER j DENTIST I OPPICC In Hiker Build ing Richmond Street BEREA KY IOMr Yr frs S to 1 City Ihiiii 113 y1ettbettractedwtlhoutp oIs rrmJ SEt slY ABOUT YOUR EYES GI M t to Suit All CoadlUoni J M Early Jownler Engravertln Berea Kentucky TombstonesWhen t wait for GILBERT REYNOLDS lfepreeutlnc Richmond Marble Company He will treat you right ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Week Promptly Returned CNN MeS LaacMtKy HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at lest a portion of your account with us whether Urge or small It It It It HYDEN KY Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters forcow horse 100 chickens Must be seen to bo appreciated A bargain If taken nt once For par ticulars see M L Splnk Berea Ky i ton Blakey ot Louisville In replying to Bradley declared the latter stump ed the State of Kentucky In the In terest of Fairbanks and made similar statement in all his speeches He also declared that Bradley said in letters that 1C Taft was nominated Kentucky could not go Republican That statement Is untrue broke In Bradley It is true replied Mr Blakey Tho statement appeared in all reports of your speeches and I received one of your letters containing It as did my friends I am only sorry I did not bring them with me but they could easily bo produced as evidence Bradley made no reply HOW KNOXVILLE SURVIVE Knoxville Tenn April 13 1903 Mr Ernest H Cheirlngton Chicago Dear Sir In regard to the condl tlona In Knoxville since liquor was voted out in November 1 1907 Swill say that we make less than halt as many arrests tor drunkenness now as before and other crimes have been reduced correspondingly Everyone knows the moral condition of the city has been greatly Improv edWe have some trouble enforcing the law relative to selling liquor t but wo are doing It 1 find that the greatest improvement Is in the young er men who do not have the open saloon to tempt and lure them in Workingmen who formerly spent half they made for liquor are now paying their bills and their famil lea are thereby benefited Many women who had drunken husbands toll mo they are now happy as themhusbands havo not been drunk since November 1 I could glvo many more It space permitted Yours respectfully Signed W P Chandler Chief of Police t BOB HAMPTON of PLACE iYIAKMLL PAllllfSI1IJl7IfJf oaj- ffJf IIMr lflfJflyiWa- rKl1Jlfdf t7G rovawriarmac vaerm SYNOPSIS A detachment ot the Eighteenth In entry from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge Among them la a stranger who Introduce lilmsclC by name of Olllls endpoet trader and his daughterr CJIIIIs a majority ot Utfi soldiers are killed dur ing a three days sIege Hampton and the girl only escape from the Indians They fall exhausted on the plaIn A rornpany of tho Seventh cavalry IJeut Brant In command find them Hampton and tho girl atop at the Miners Homo In Cllencald Mrs Duffy proprietress Hamp ton talks the future over with Miss Oil 1U the Kid She shows him her mothers picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decide she Mrs Herndon Nalda the Kid runs away from Mrs Herndons And rejoins Hampton He Induced her to- go hack nothing more to do with him Hampton playa his last game of cards He announces to Red Slavln that he has quit and then leaves Glen raid Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In Cllenenld to teach its first school Miss Spencer meets Naida Ray Wjrnkoop etc She boards at Mrs Herndons Nalda and Lieut Brant again meet wit- ha his knowing who she Is She Informs itm of the coming Bachelor club ball In Jtonor of silks Spencer Lieut Brant meets Silent Murphy Custers scout He reports trouble brewing among tho Sioux CHAPTER XIVcontlnued Lieut Drant was somewhat dolayed In reaching the scene Certain mill tary requirements were largely re uponslble for this delay and he had patiently wrestled with an unsatisfactory toilet mentally excoriating a service which would not permit the transportation of dress uniforms while on scouting detail The dance was already In full swing when he finally pushed his way through tho idle loungers gathered about the door and gained entrance to the hall Many glanced curiously at lilm attracted by tho glitter of his Uniform but he recognized none among them and therefore passed steadily toward the musicians stand where thore appeared to be a few unoccupied chairs The scene was one of color and action He watched the speeding fig arcs striving to distinguish the par ticular one whoso charms had lured him thither Dut among them all he was unable to distinguish the wood nymph whose girlish frankness and graeo had left so deep an impression on his memory Yet surely she must t be present for to his understanding this whole gay festival was In her t honor Directly across the room he caught sight of Rev Mr Wynkoop conversing with a lady of somewhat rounded charms and picked his way In thotr direction The missionary who In truth had been hiding an agonized heart behind R smiling face was only too delighted tot an excuse which would enable him to approach Miss Spencer and press aside those cavaliers who wero mo nopolizing her attention The hand imp of not being able to dance he felt to be heavyand he greeted the lieu tenant with unusual heartiness of manner t i Why most assuredly my dear sir roost assuredly he said Mrs Horn tdonpermit me to make you acquaint with Lieut Brant ot the Seventh cavalryThe two thus Introduced bowed and exchanged a few words while Mr Wynkoop busIed himself In peering About the room making a great pre tense at searching out the lady guest who In very truth had scarcely been absent from hIs sight during the en tire evening Ah hO ejaculated at last I lo sate her and fortunately at this mo 1anent she is not upon the floor al though positively hidden by the men clustering about her chair You will excuse us Mrs Herndon but I have a promised Lieut Brant a presentation to your They slipped past the musicians eland and the missionary pressed In through the ring of admirers Why Mr Wynkoop and she ex tended both hands Impulsively And only to think you have never once been near me all this evening You dont know how much I have missed you I was Just saying to Mr Moflat cr It might have ben Mr McNeil that I was completely tired oat and wished you were here to sit out this dance with me Wynkoop blushed and forgot the errand which had brought him there but she remained sufficiently cool and observant She touched hIm gently with her band WhQ Is that finelooking young offi cer she questioned softly yet with out venturing to remove her stance from his face Mr Wynkoop started Oh exactly X had forgotten my mission He has requested an Introduction He drew tile lieutenant forward Lieut Brunt IMIss Spencer The officer bowed a slight shadow of disappointment ID his eyes Tho lady was unquestionably attractive bcr face animated her oceptlon most cordial yet she vus nqt tag maiden of the dark athottess oye snd the wealth ol auburn nalr Such a pleasure to meet you ex claimed Miss Spencer Do ou know lieutenant that actually I have never doforo had tli i privilege of meeting fo iitflrcr of the army Your appear i once supillts the one touch of color that was lacking to make tho picture complete Mr Mortal has done so much to make me realize the breadth of western experience and now I do so hope you will BOJIIO time find opportunity to recount to me some of your army exploits The lieutenant smiled Most gladly yet just now I confess the music invites me and I am sufficiently bold to request your company upon the floor Miss Spencer sighed regretfully Why really Lieut Brant I scarcely see how I possibly can I have al ready refused so many this evening and now I almost believe I must be under direct obligation to some one of those gentlemen Still hesitating ly your being a total stranger here must be taken into consideration Mr Mortal Mr McNeil Mr Mason surely you will grant me release this once There was no verbal response to the appeal only an uneasy movement but her period of waiting was extremely briefOh I knew you would you have all been so kind and considerate She arose resting her daintily gloved hand upon Drants blue sleeve her pleased eyes smiling up confidingly Into his Then with a charming smile Oh Mr Wynkoop I have decided to claim your escort to supper You di careWynkoop bowed hIs face like a poppy I thought you would not mind obllg ing me In this Come lieutenant Miss Spencer when she desired to be was a most vivacious companion May a Pupil 7 and always an excellent dancer Brant easily succumbed to her sway and be came for the time being a victim to her charms To Brant the experience brought back fond memories of his last cadet ball at the Point and he hesitated to break the mystic spell with abrupt questioning Curiosity however finally mastered his reti cenceMiss Spencer ho asked may I Inquire If you possess a phenomenon as a star pupil Tho lady laughed merrily but her expression became somewhat puzzled Really what a very strange question Why nut unless It might be little Sammy Worrell he can certainly use the longest words I ever heard of out aide a dictionary Why may I ask Are ycu especially Interested In prod pies Oh not In tho least certainly not In little Sammy Worrell The person I had reference to chances to be a young woman Saving dark eyes and a wealth of auburn We met quite by accident and the solo clow I now possess to her Identity Is a claim she advanced to being your star pupil MhiB Spencer sighed somewhat re grctfulfy and her eyes fell I fear It have been Nalda from your description But she Is scarcely more than a child Surely lieutenant It cannot bo possible that you have become Interested In her Ho smiled pleasantly At east 13 is she nut I was somewhat Impressed with hOT evident originality ind hopes to renew our slight acquaintanceship 7 r here In more lorroal manner She Is your star pupil then Why sho Is not really In my school at all but I outline tho studies she pursues at home and lend her eucl books as I consider best adapted for her reading She Is such a strange girl Indeed 1 She appedred to me to be Mtrcntoly unconventional with adA tided tendency for mischief II that your meaning T Partially She manages to do everything In a different way from other people Her wind seems pecu liarly Independent and nho Is so un reservedly western tn her ways and language But I was referring rather to her taste In books she devours everythingYou as a student Well yes I suppose so at least she appears to possess tho faculty of InformationII really believe Mr Wynkoop seeks to avoid meeting her she has shocked him so frequently In religious mat ters Docs she mans light of his faith Oh no not that exactly at least It Is not her Intention But she wants to know everything why we believe this and why we believe that doc trines which no one else ever dreams of questioning and he cannot seem to make them clear to her mind Some of her questions are so Irreverent as to be positively shocking to a spiritually minded person They lapsed Into silence swinging easily to the guidance of the music Ills face was grave and thoughtful This picture Just drawn of the per verse Nalda had not greatly lowered her In his estimation although he felt Instinctively that Miss Spencer was not altogether pleased with his evident interest In another ft is very interertlng to know you two mot In so unconventional away she ventured softly and so sly of her not even to mention It to me We are roommates you know and consequently quite Intimate al though she possesses many peculiar characteristics which I cannot In the least approve I sball certainly do my boat to guide her aright Would you mind giving mo some details of your meeting For a moment he hesitated feeling that If the girl had not soon At to con tide her adventure to this particular Miss Spencer I Inquire If You Possess Such Phenomenon as a Star such hair must that friend it wag hardly his place to do so Then remembering that ho had already said enough to arouse curl oslty which might easily bo developed into suspicion ho determined his course In a few words the brief story was frankly told and apparently proved quite amusing to Miss Spencer Oh that was Nalda beyond a doubt she exclaimed with a laugh of satisfaction It Is all so characterIs- tic of her I only wonder how she chanced to guess your name but real ly the girl appears to possess some peculiar gift in thus discerning facts hidden from others The music coming to a pause they slowly traversed tbe room- I presume then she Is not pres ent4 he said quietly Miss Spencer glanced Into his face the grave tone making her apprehen sire that she might havo gone too far She was here earlier In the even- Ing but now that you remind me of It I do not recall having noticed her of late But really lieutenant It Is no part of my duty to chaperon tho young girl Mrs Herndon could probably In form you of her present whereabouts Miss Spencer was conscious of the sting of failure and her face flushed with vexation It is extremely close In here dont you think she complained And I was so careless as to mislay my fan I feel almost suffo catedDid you lore It at home he ques Gonad Possibly I might discover a Bitostltuto somewhere In the room I Oh nqI would never tblt k of troubling yuu to each an orient Ne doubt this feeling of lassitude win pass away shortly It was very foolish of me but I left the tan with nI j wraps at tho hotel It can be rcco orod when we go across to supper- It will be no moro than a pleasure to recover it for you ho ptotested gallantly The stalra leading down from the hall entrance wero shrouded In dark nose the street below nearly deserted of loiterers although lights streamed forth resplendently from the undraped windows of the Occidental and the hotel opposite Assisted In hit search by Mrs jutty tho officer succeeded In recovering the lost fan and started to return Just without the hotel door under the contusing shadows of the wide porch he ciau suddenly face to face with a yet ng wsuinn tho unexpected encounter a mutual and embarrassing surprise CHAPTER XV An Uruaual Girl The girl was without wraps her dress of some Itgb fleecy material hitting her slender figure exquIsitely her head uncovered within her eye Brant Imagined ho could detect the glint of tears She spoke first hoi voice faltering slightly Will you kindly permit me to 9Ho to one side bowing as he did so I beg your pardon for such seeming rudeness ho said gravely have been seeking you all the evening yet this unexpected meeting caught me quite unawares You have been scklng moT That li strange For what reason pray To achieve what you wore once kind enough to suggest as possible the formality of an Introduction It would seem however that fate makes our meetings Informal That Is your fault not mine- I gladly assume all rapoaglbtllty it you will only waive tho formality and accept my friendship Her taco seemed to lighten while her lips twitched as If suppressing a smile You are very forgetful Did I not tell you that we Presbyterians are never guilty of such Indiscretions I believe you did but I doubt your complete surrender to the creed Doubt Only our second tlmo of meeting and you already venture to doubt This can scarcely be construed Into a compliment I fear Yet to my mind It may prove the very highest typo of compliment he returned reassured by her manner For a certain degree of Independence In both thought and aotlon is highly commendable Indeed I am going to be bold enough to add that it was those very attributes that awakened my Interest In you HOb Indeed you cause me to blush already My frankness 1 tear bids fair to cost me all my friends and I may even go beyond your pardon it the perverse spirit of my nature so move mp ThA risk of such a catastrophe li mine and I would gladly don that much to get away from conventional commonplace Ono advantage of such meetings as ours Is an Immediate In sight Into ouch others deeper nature For one I shall sincerely rejoice If you will permit the good fortune of our chance meeting to bo alone sponsor for our future friendship Will you not say yes She looked at him with greater earnestness her yourg face sobered by tho words spoken Whatever olee she may have soon revealed there the countenance bending slightly toward her was a serious manly one Inspir ing respect awakening confidence And I do agree she said extend ing her hand In a girlish Impulse It will at least be a new experience toil therefore worth tho trial I will ores endeavor to restrain my roboUItrli spirit so that you will not bo unduly shockedHo now placed entirely at his ease Your meed of mercy Is ap predated fair lady Is It your desire to return to the hall 1 Sho shook her head positively A cheap gaudy show all bluster ant vulgarity Even the dancing is a mer parody I early tired of It Then let us choose tho better part and sit hero on the bench tho night our own He conducted her across the porch to tho darkest corner where only rifts of light stoic trembling In between time shadowing vines and there found con venient seats A moment they re manned In silence and ho could heather breathing novo you truly been at the hall she questioned or were you merely fibbing to awaken my Interest I truly have been he answered and actually have danced a measure with tho fair guest of the evening With Phoebe Spencer And yet you dare pretend now to retain an In forest In me Lieu Brant you must be a most talented deceiver or else the strangest person I ever met Such a miracle has nevnr occurred before Wen It has certainly occurred now nor am I in this any vain deceiver I truly met MIl Spencer I was the recipient of her most entrant ing smiles I listened to her modulated voice I bore her off a willing captive from a throng of despairing admirers I danced with her gazing down into her eyes with her fluffy hair brushing my cheek yet resisted all her charms and came forth thInk- Ing onlr of you Indeed 1 Your proof He drew tho whlto satin fan forte from his pocket and held It out toward her with mock humility This unbelieving princess Dispatched by the fair lady in question to fntch this bauble from the dressing rowe I on got my Urgent errand in the ludJur aallslii of finding you TO UB UOWTUJUZUJ c FARMERS WHO HAVE MADE A TEST OF SILO Consensus of Opinion Is That It Is Indispensable to ProC ItiiMe Livestock Raising arid Dairying Two Good SlIolFlg 1 A 200Ton Stave Silo with ContinuousI Fig 2 A 125Ton Stave Silo Without Continuous Doors DootlI1 The silo It winning ltn way on to the arms of the country because It In proving to bo an indispensable equip meat for winter feeding of stook es pecially cows In milk The most conclusive proof that the silo Is all It claims to be Is that In ivory community whore It goes It rap Idly wins Its way to universal favor On this point ono farmer writes Five years ago I was ono of a half dozen farmers In this neighborhood who built silos Now there are as many put up sack year which I milder good evidence that tho silo It practical and has come to stay To Illustrate Ita praetleal ixtlnbi this enlbutast moos on to Ml of his methods On our farm we kayO a silo II by SO fret and foundation extend lug Into the ground two feet making It IS hot tot For tho bOlt rvmriU I think IS by SI tee ta the best IIthen I I wanted moro teed lion a silo of tilts Ilse would hold I woNM bulhl another We flll or silo when tko own ta well denied or Just before It to ripe enough to make fodder Wt have four men In the field two to CNI the earn and pile It In beaches and tINt other two to load the fOnt and fodder lo the wagons It woolly takes three wag ass owing of cones to tho dtalattee from the silo We have oar own out ting box and horse power and cut Ue slug very short abowt onehalf Inch It parks better when snort and this makes It keep bettor In filling time silo It taken one man In the silo to keep It level and mixed an tho blowers separate the corn from the fodder Still another farmor In writing to the Northwet rn Agriculturist do dares unhealtatlnRlythat he has found allege to bo the bMt and cheapest sue culont feed he win produce For the dairy henl It Is difficult to find Its equal A few years ago I found It necessary to transfer my cows to a barn away from tho silo while making some changes In tho fixtures of tho basement of tho barn whore the cows are regularly kept During this time tho cows received no silage but were fed on some extra fine clover hay etc On this change of feed the decrease In milk was onothird but as soon as I changed them back to the ensilage I they soon regained In the milk As a feed for orccdlng owes and for fattening lambs there Is nothing better For 33 yean I havo made a hUUU The abovo diagram shows a cross section of a piggery building 31 toot wide which may bo of any desired length Tho foundation Is of stone but may bo of concrete to be In keep ing with tho floor and the piers which are concrete The floor U In two lay ers the lower three Inches being com prised of courco gravel seven parts and cement one part tho upper Inch being mixed three parts sharp sand to ono of cement Tho alley running throughout the center of building Is six feet wide with a crowned floor one Imalf Inch higher In the center to Insure Its being kept perfectly dry Tho floors of the pens are given a fall specialty of registered sheep and wish to say for time benefit of others that corn sllago Is o k When you build a silo ItulM a good one and you will have no trouble with poor onsllage If the silo la prop orly constructed the ensilage will keep for years I tiara fed It to groat advantage during July and August those trying months whoa pasture Is usually short and dry A greet many farmers make the mltttnko of cutting the corn too green I try to rnle 5 the heaviest crop of corn poMlUle and then place It In the tilt abet the Mine time I would If It wee to be husked or in other words when It Is fit to cure fororop corn than you will have good enntlago Par wintering brood sews tile corn llage eon be foil to good advantage YnMnc Pigs will came more strong and hevy than If Ute town are given other foods that are not soanectilunt In their attire Another farmer who has a silo soya that previous to his feeding eneUaae his dairy of M clews did not stow muck prom Ibrottftb the late inn winter and warty spring on MeoMNt of Uw high price of hay rough feed led mill food Tko bureau of animal Industry which MM from time to time based- valuable bulletin eonearnlnK UM building aRt filling of silos gives the following directions for the lion of stave silo Fig 1 allows A SOOton silo with coslltiHotw doors The foundation wall Is laid up from below the frost liRe and the cornont tear arms time area within tho foundation wall The door pouts are hold In no sltlon by sections of Iron pipe thmttp which pace Iron bolts Kg 2 shows a stave silo of ISA ton capacity without continuous doors The foundation wall should bo reinforced by Iron hoops or wire embedded In the concrete noar the top If the wan extends morethan ono tool above the groundIn tho erection of those silos the staves are spiked together at Intervals of about five feet A half lnah hole U bored to a depth of about ono snob If staves are two by four Inches and to a depth of three Inches In staves twe by six Inches to allow tho countersinking of the nail heads so as to keel them within tho stove after tho usual shrinkage and to give the nail suf flolont hold IA Practical Plan for a Piggery I built tho of two Inches from the alley to tho outer doors The partitions are constructed of ono and a quarter Inch boards cut Into threefoot lengths These are placed In an upright position the bottom onus resting on a twobyfour and tho tops capped with similar material Tho loft abovo Is about eight toot hlgh on tho posts and furnishes an abundance of room for storage of straw crates crate materials etc No meal feed should bo stored here Tho Illustration shows time ropes and pulleys by which the door and ventilators nro opened and closed from the feeding alleys On tho right sldo tho door and ventilator are open on the left side dosed G FROM CITY TO FARM Yo who wllhhoa n I youthnd that Ibo iUfkncl ol tho prnl dy will lo lupplid brU o mwrowiMUcd to Ibo hlitorr of RwUi Prtnco of AojMiuu By ERNEST McGAFFEY Author oJ 1atmt of Gun and Rod Outdoopjw V ami Ihf Totfa Etc e opyricht by luepa it nowl j The Sources of Rural Discontent In our two years sojourn on the farm wo gradually became acquainted with the conditions surroundlnR n- and learned much ot the inner strata of life AS viewed from the stand point of ac1compnnll1lenl t problem of life Is Imply to reduce j that characteristic of human nature to Its minimum and rail the result j tinpntnois So far as tiring on n farm was concerned we were as much removed I from the din of the title as say of our neighbors so far as so 0clety was concerned we had a very frlond8 In the adjoining town wwho occasionally drifted buggyward In our direction so far as thb sources of discontent about us went we grad wally became conversant with many new phase aid It was Interesting to cote their ramification ro begin with the more Intelligent among the farmers feel that the rail roads and trusts ore giving thsm the worst of It Tho farmer by reason of lily being able to raise his own meat make his own butter have his fresh vegetables milk fruit etc II Independent of prices an far as that goes Hut when It comes lu clothing KTOcorles tobacco cool oil farm ma ttlilnery barb wire nails lumber hardware twine flour and a thousand other articles ho finds that prices have rfcwm tremendously He cannot figure that the price for earn anti oats fur wheat rye broomown hay eat tie been and farm produce generally boa kept pacu with those Increased Iirfoes Perhaps as in broomcorn ratted In favored localities or alfalfa or timothy or clover seed ho may nMKo a killing on some particular year list year In awl year eMIt the furnw has seen rte for him remain very mueh tkt Mine If crops are good everywhere the froiKUl rates have kept Mm inkier If crops are poor he has so much lets to sell Awl so deep In bus Hart and pos plkty with very much mason the farmer believes that lee has tile tarsal oml ef the stick to bald ami hence the farreochlnR awl firmlyrooted dls trait of the great cities among farm- Ing amiiiMnitle which seem to thorn as the lairs of capitalists who eon It plre to get the beet of all small try and specially of the farmer lu mediaeval days the baron sallied out from their castles and carried away the cattle from the lowlands in modern days they sit In their offices In the large cities and by moans of subttu combinations accomplish the setae ends at least so It seems to the farmers The remains of the roads built by the Roman still exist In Oroat Ilritnln and the roads on the continent gtm nrnlly are the wonder aad despair of American travelers Mvon If only a number of trunk roads good broad highways were built through the great agricultural states the farmers could come In from the side roads through the mud nnd not on lhvee trunk roads nnd make heir market with n tremendous saving of time and labor The mud they would bring In on their wheels would not amount to much it would wash ort Kolldbullt highways tho first ruin storm Hut only to one who has lived In the country can the utter 4b belpIOMiiniM of an early spring or midwinter country road bo imagined Think of cruising for four hours and s half In n buggy with two splendid horses itched to It to travel four miles A mile an hour with tho horses literally Jumping their way to town Oonorally we preferred to walk crosscut through the fields when conditions were like this and cltybrfd as I was the patent Inquiry of these surroundings was Hpmcthlng to marvel at and absolutely condemn Tho government could at least establish good lest roads wherever rural delivery was handled thus help lug the farmers out to some consider able extent and then along with Its donations to deep waterway and Irrl gallon projects give to the different elates that need It most substantial uld In building rockbottomed trunk road or government pikes without tollgates Of course the Inevitable weather rame In for a steady case of growling on the part of the farmers It It rained too much It was bad for some thing or other it It was a dry spell something else went wrong As In tbe cities the weather suited very few Individuals and delighted none If it was perfect the general run of farmers will look up and say doubt fully Yep shes all right today but it aint agoing to last Or well ketch it for this In a week or sor This pessimism is a sort of inherited failing Only once In two years did 1 bear a man say Iint this a beauti ful day There Is not so riMch mental discon tent among the adult farmers now as there used to booThey are more busily engaged in waking money than they formerly were and as a rule are not overly Interested In topics that do not touch directly on business Politics Is not such a burning ques lion with them as It used to be 10Imore with the Idea of being enter lamed than Instructed The great city dallies are pot taken through the countr as as they used to be and somlweekiy vapors from the cit yes with special farm knowledge parts are tho must popular The county seat paper Is taken by most of them and occasionally you will find some alert farmer who takes three or four papers big and little but he IH In advance of his neighbors and Is watching the markets fur business purposes As for magazines and periodicals unless farming magazines and week lies devoted to farm life and interests they are not nearly so much In evidence as In former years Duel nets principles and the commercial Instinct has steadily pushed aside the purely literary nail substituted for It the eminently practical and as lime goes on the more strictly utilitarian tho publication the more It II likely to succeed In the rural districts The discontent among the boys Is more nearly restricted to that period of their existence when they are 20 years and 3C4 days okl When Im my own man Is the waking und dreaming thought of most of them Paw can do pretty much OH bo pleases with them until they are of age and their earnings go Into tho parental hopper without so much as by your leave or rest your soul Rut on the magic day when they shake off the hackles of youth and enter tho gladsome and perturbed stale of manhood the winter of their discontent becomes glorious trimmer on the very instant It was a pretty tough proposition for the boys A boy on the farm can du or at least ho does work when ho- Is from eight to ten years aid Not bard work e p elally but he canI chore around and help do hard work When he gets along to 12 be Is betting big and can do many things When he Is 16 ho Is set to doing mans work Ando he serves a long anti arduous appren ticeship before he can cam his own wages and bo gets about his board and keep and when he Is getting along to 17 or so maybe Paw will let him buy himself a buggy While the ohlld labor movement Is being BKltattn for the factories and a good move toowhy nut give the farm boys a chance Why should a boy work on a farm from dawn to dark before he Is 16 It It litnt right for them to work In factories before that age Why not give a farm boy a chance to get a thorough common school education and even a small chance for a boyhood before he goes Into the harness That Is the ques lion a lot of these boys are asking and that In one of the reasons for the drift to the cities Some of these boys ambitious nervy lads strike out for the smaller towns or even for the great cities and especially to tho towns where there Is work In the manufactories figuring that the five years from 1C to SI In a shop will leave thom with bettor than a redtopped buggy and maybe a horse for all their toll You can riot change nor can you blame their fathers TIIKY worked until they were 21 and the system Is a sort of roll Glon with them The Idea of share ing real money with the boys Is something that would seem ridiculous to most of them Of course there are same of the wiser and broaderminded ones who DO share and whore they do the root of the discontent removed for that boy and driven deeper In for those who know the circum stancesWith tome of those boys ambition urges them on so keenly that no plow handles can hold them and they go Into the professions and hammer their salvation out with the energy and determination that no dlecouragomentfi can chill The records show what they have done In every channel of human endeavor Neither In the fields nor In the garrets can some spirits bo checked or blighted So too the irksome sadness ot ru ral work often sends some of the bolder spirits away to seek the bub ble reputation nt the cannons mouth And many a boy slips away to the larger towns enlists In army or navy and from some far off port or fort writes homo that be is now n mem ber of Uncle Sams household And great Is the lamentation usually on the receipt of these letters And sometimes the boy comes back weary of tho glamour of military or naval life and plows happily In the fields with his old service cap or broad brimmed military hat on his head lint when he comes back hes his own titan And if ho has saved his money during a threeyear service ho has got 3ut or tOO anyway Then too he has seen the world at least a part of It If he doesnt get back however thats a different matter An unknown grave In the jungles or over the side of a ship In a weighted shroud of canvas The reasons for discontent among tho girls In tho country Is largely con fined to the non marriageublu age After they have attained tho dignity of young ladles when the season ar rives for keeping the boys in hot wa ter about thorn they tuanago to find Ufo pretty comfortable thank you Of course If they should miss a big cir cue that would be a tragedy but mighty few of them but what dont see it Of course a girl that Is trail Ing along about 12 or 14 years old Is sort of sidetracked as It wore but when she gets to 15 and on to the sweet 1C period look out for her She Is coming fast and It will not bo any time at all when she will bo rid ing around In a redwheeled buggy with some boy with her hair flying and her cheeks as red as a winter ap pie and she will be getting valen tines and going to flshfrys and at tending camp meetings lend seeing the circus and going on Saturday afternoons to the band concert In town and eating Ice cream and drinking ice cream soda and playing the organ Sunday nights and attending the dances and being at the box soclals and all the other toclnl doings She Is vastly Interested In ribbons and sidecombs and hats and dresses and gloves and becoming shoes and candy and perfumery and fellows and all that tort of thing And when some fellow gets to be 21 and goes in and gets a license and there a notice in the taper from Our Ilbertyvllte Cor respondent about her and this fellow getting married well you can wager that old Uncle Discontent will not reach her for awhile yet But be will get her all right In time You remember about Eve dont you Noth ing to do In Eden week In and week out and yet Eve had to go out and swing on the gate with tho blue racer Just because things got monot onousFor our own Individual sources of discontent In the country they were subtle and rather morn In the way of an Intangible desire to bo nearer the flame of the candle of civilization It a particularly tine play was on at the theaters we ued to attend we missed It If there was some picture at the art galleries where we once at tended nnd that picture was really worth seeing It was something of a disappointment not to bo able to come In and see It Two hundred miles Or so Is quito a distance from tbe mad dening crowds Ignoble strife and car tare was something of an IWm too The daily paper from the city which reached us the same day of Its appearance recorded some things which wo missed and many things which we were glad to escape llut the music the theaters the pictures the old book stores the best of what the city afforded we missed that of course One cannot have ones rural cake and eat the cake of urban bak ing at tho same time at least not from a distance of 200 miles And then too there were a few yea plo with whom we would have liked to cross palm with occasionally from tho city we had left We missed those fellowsAnd gradually after all our de light In the wild and untrammeled scenery about us the changing glories of the seasons the really Idyllic charm of much of the life that wo were leading there came conviction to us that there were places where all this could be had In the same degree we were enjoying It and at tbe same time be near to the titles for us to run In whenever we wished to see or hear what was so essential to our citysharpened tastes and fancies Of course the hunting and fishing which I had so far away from tbe city could not be duplicated close to any western city I could not expect to shoot ducks across the fence from my dooryard or lush quail from my garden jacksnipe could not be ex petted to come into tho folds Just across the way nor squirrels to play about In numbers all around us It was evident that If we made a change In our plans and left our present lo cation to settle down In the country near some city I would have to hang up the fiddle and bow so far as hunt lug and fishing was concerned at least to a great extent Tlio mere fnnt of not seeing the best acting or the best pictures or In not hearing the best music was not so essential a deprivation as the tantalizing fact that we were where It was almost Impossible to get in for that purpose If we had been near enough to run In by taking an hour to going and the same time for return- Ing wo would have felt that we could come or go as we chose hut to feel that something really worth ones while from an Intellectual standpoint Is on the tapir and that you are let out from enjoying It whether or no that Is the sting that baffles consciousness the worm that never dies Quite possibly If we had been In the city we should have neglected to go to a prollIopportunity In some Instances proud ly conscious that wo COULD have gono If we had wished to Rut to thallwaaSo It was evident that If we left I our present stamping ground the bur den of the sacrifice must fall on me j for I could no longer hunt or fish every day In the year and with al most unvarying success I would have to depend on occasional and un certain uallles Into the woods and chastisethewidening Llke the crack that Quln tus Curtlus I believe that was his name jumped into nothing would close it but a sacrifice It was up to me Would I Jump rms QUARTERLYREVIEW Sunday School Lessoa lorJane 211908 Specially Prepared for ThIs Paper IlKAM 1 Cor Klyt- aoIt KN TKXTUut these tlilnes lire written that ye might believe that Jrftun If the ChrUt the Hon of Jotl and that b llevlnK ye might have life through lilt nameJolin 2031 Comment and Suggestive Thought- A question review Is suggested by PoloubetB notes as follows For this form of review give out to your schol are a vet of general questions each one of which so fur as possible will require for Its proper answer a glance over all the lessons The questions may be duplicated and given to all or they may bo divided up among the scholars for each to report upon only a few Such questions as the fol lowing are suggested 1 How In our quarters lesson does Christ show his authority 2 What proofs of supernatural pow er does Christ give In our quarters lessons 3 What tokens of Christs hump ity appear In our quarters lessons 4 How In the lessons of the quar ter Is Christs divinity made maul fast His humanity 5 What features of Christs charac ter shine out must conspicuously dur ing the closing months of his life on earth C How do these lessons Illustrate Christs knowledge of men 7 How do those lessons Illustrate Christs love for men 8 What threo sentences of our quarters lessons lire the most strik ing 9 What sentence that we have stud led seems to you to be the most beau tiful and helpful 10 What event of the quarters les sons brings Christ closest to you 11 How does Johns Gospel seem to you to differ from the other three 12 Wht great truth stands out more clearly In your mind from the quarters lessons 13 What purpose for your life do you carry from this quarters lessons Another review can be had by mak ing Christ the center thereof as a re view of Johns Gospel should Ask the scholars to run over the lesson for tho quarter asking with regard to each What does It teach me about Christ The answers will be written out brought to the class and compared the teachings of each lesson being din cussed before passing to the next The lists will be like this Lesson 1Christ leads men protects men gives Ills life for men Lesson iChrist raises Ills follow era ftpm death tq eternal life Lesson JIIChrllli disilre our devO- tion and gladly receives our consecrated service Lesson IV Christ In our chief ex ample of the glory of humble service Lesson VChrlsl Is preparing n happy eternity for all of Ills faithful servantsLesson VIChrlsl Is still In the world In the person of the Comforter teaching guiding and Judging Lesson VII Christ knows our de nials of Him and la unutterably grieved by them Lesson Vlll Christ died for the sins of the world In order to bring the world back to God Lesson IX Christ rose from the dead as a proof of lies divinity and an earnest of our Immortality Lesson X Christ gives men every proof of Ills character nature and will and is always ready to lift men out of doubtLesson XI Christ Is always ready to forgive repentant sinners and asks of Ills disciples only two things that they love Him and help other men- The Chapter RevlewWe have studied this quarter the last 12 chap tors of Johns Gospel It will make an excellent review If you ask each scholar to come prepared to tell In regard to every chapter the main theme of the chapter and one practical les son which may be drawn from It This plan will require all tho class to review the last half of the book As the chapters are thus unfolded the teacher should write upon a blackboard or upon a large pencil tablet In view of the class the substance of what Is given Sometimes several subjects or teachings will be recorded Chapter XThe Shepherd Chapter Christ Is the one Guide of all mon Chapter XIThe Lazarus Chapter Christ Is the Resurrection and the LifeChapter XnThe Spikenard and Palm Chapter Christ Is to be honored with all that we have and are Chapter XIIIThe Towel and Hasln Chapter Christ is to be honored In loving service of men Chapter XIVThe Many Mansions ChapterOur hereafter Is safe In Christs hands Chapter XVTho Via Chapter The condition of fruitfulness Is abiding In Christ Chapter XVI The Comforter Chapter The Holy Spirit is Christs present representative among men Chapter XVII The Keep Chapter Christ loves mtin with an undying lovn and protects them with an unend ing care Chapter XVIII The JeUisemane Cbupter Selflshincss lends to denial and betrayal of Christ Chapter XIXThe Darkness Chap ter Christ suffered aui died for we Chapter XXTlle Sunrise Cnapter Christ Is living now and will raise tno to live with Him forever Chapter XXJTbe Question Cha- pterDo I really love Christ who has done so jiuch for met bat am I do lug for InmT 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alt Over CO 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 placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blbl Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course tIIO that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year OOUTM with Latin Car man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclan certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken us an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students la paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pay In This great deficit Is made upby the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bo oa In order that It may train young mon and women for Urea of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except la winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry pottage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras J135 a week in the fall and SLSO m winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring CO coats in winter SCHOOL FEES am two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for maws students Is 500 a term JiOO In lower Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the torm board by the half term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 676- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examl nations 1645 FALL 190914 weeks 2950In one payment S2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any traction o- rt week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unfi plred fraction ot a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term Is March 26 1908 Thefirst day of Full term Is September 10 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary w WILL C GAMBLEBEREA d That Premium Knife takes tho eyes of the men and boys who see it be mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the nolm tain people than any other dollar paper in tho world The Knife nnd The Citizen for One Ddlar That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to hare 1 PC S oqJb J M 1 J II lItL j r so East Kentucky Correspondence I News YouGet Nowhere Else I I1fo ft correipoadenc prtUihe itlMt ilmrt li tall ty the wrtttr Till name tt not lot pgbUoatioa bat ai an trMiae el jood faltt Writ pt1nlya I oll oooovweMADISON COUNTY inn HIM Big Hill June 8Mr Jerry Rich ardson bought a fine horse for f600 Mrs Willie Settle who has been sick Is Improving Mr Jack Loveta baby was burled Juno IthMrs Burrett Azbill who has been making her horn In Borea for the past few months Is now with her parents Mr and Mrs M D Settle at Biff Hill Miss Sallle Burnell who has been away from home quite a while Is now with her father Anthony Burnell Mr Tiff Ohattecn and wife wore the guests of Mrs Julia Green yesterday Mr and Mrs Philip Hayes entertained quite a number of guests June 7th Mrs O W Crawford who has been visiting her brother at Lexington returned yesterday bringing her niece with hor Miss Clemma Adams Mrs D L Ambrose and Mrs Jas Withers went the other night to Berea to sit up with Mr Ambroses mother who has been very sick for a few weeks Miss Lucy Hayes who has taught six years at Pilot Knob school will toaoh again at Sliver Creok this year Miss Alma Lake will teach at Pilot Knob this carA large crowd gathered at the home ot 31r Neelys May 30th Late in the oven ing to listen to music from the violin All report a fine time Mies Julia Johnson Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Philip Hayes this week We bad a goad rain her June 4Ui which was needed and enjoyed Mr Wllll Kmbree hM returned front Illi riots after vUlUag California nod several other plaoss- flOCKCASTLE COUBTT mSlUTANTA- DUpttanta June We are haying some very tine weather at pres entTIte Rev J W Lambert filled hit appointment Saturday and Sun day at Clear Seek church The Sun day Sebool at Coar Creek ta pro greMlnf nicely Mr and Mrs Court ley Robert aid mother from Paint Lick rutted Mr and Mrs L R Row lett Saturday night and Sunday Misses Bertha Rowlett and Nora Hammond were the guest of Site Vlrgla Payne Sunday The wipe of Mr W M Oadd died Thursday June 4th and was burled the 6th at the old Scaffold Cane graveyard She leaves a miaband eight boy three girls and a host of friends and rela tlvea to mourn her loee But our loss Is heavens gain She was a deacon of the United Baptist church fcr several years and died In full triumph of ralthMr H E Gadd and Mlse Pearl Crouohor were married Jupe 4th at the home of the brlde Jonn Croucher committed suicide by cut ting his throat near this place The cause was unknown nOoNr Doono June SMr Sol Knuckles who has been sick with grippe is much betterA number of the boys- and girls from this place attended Commencement at Berea Wednesday Farmers are getting behind with J their corn cropsMrs Mary Wren visited friends in Madison County Saturday and Sunday Mr Wallace Durham of Berea visited relatives i here Sunday Talltha Coyle was SundayJI Next Sunday will be the day for ref gular church services at Falrvlew church Everybody Is Invited LAUREL COUNTY HKIINSTAU- TBernitadt t May 24We are having some very nice weather at this I writingMrs Vinla Tlncber who has been sick so long is no better The daughter of Mrs Tincher is also sick Miss Mary Vaughn Is oil the sick UstW F Tincher made a business trip to London Saturday Miss Maggie Rice visited Miss Mary Vaughn Sunday evening and reported a nlctt tlmeMr Blllle Reynolds Vis ited Mr W F Tincher Tuesday night GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick June 7Sam Eden Sr who left this country last winter for parts unknown has returned to his family So much rain and dry weath badInsane last week and was taken to =iU4 = 1owooeooooeloioYoso ooosof Lexington to the asylum Mr Hub bard of Livingston has bought and I moved to the property recently Ta- cated by Jess Klrbys family C C Blanton and John Collins of Asbury I were In here Friday buying hogs The wheat and oat crop is looking flneRe Smith filled his regular appointment at Wnllaceton Baptist church last Sunday ESTILL COUNTY I ox Fox Juno IThe weather being fine farmers are doing well with their cropsCbBdrens Day at fox was June i 4largo crowd was out and the little folks did real woll with their exercises Collection for for alga missions amounted to 760 Mr Frank Sheerer and wlfo of Ford visited Mr and Mrs N B Cnrtfe on the 8th and 7UaTM Rev Howard filled his regular appointment at Bethel Saturday and Sunday A large I crowd attended on Sunday and Sun I tly night Mr Brandenburgs little ton who has been very low is much improverG W Powell of this place has gone to attend county court at Irvine The large Sea Lion boat la doing work OR the Ken I tricky River Halls soap factory teams to be protriMiinp nicely I John Mobertey and Reuben Packet hava gone to Powell County Ing teems to be good at the 1ock Dr It B Combo of Cotton HUt was called to see Turner Kelly cf this i place on the 8th Hi had a number I of calls on his trlpN E Curtis who baa been sick Is eoHtewbt bettor Burn U the wife of James Woodma a baby on the 5th After only A few hours the little spirit was wafted away to the father who pre It but the Lord knows best- OWSLEY COUNTY lMIlXlMTVItIH- Karnestville Day 31The boys and girl had a nice time earslit hunting 3undey They were as follows H HI Huffaker and wife from Tennessee sad W Durbin from Boonevllle cud I lamle Carle Price Qabbard Fannie I Smith E L Creech Nasals MaI3ickneee is raging In this pert ot NMl1weeds joys have boon arrested this week by Deputy Sheriff W O Allen Mr then Is one of Owsley Countys tote post men Everybody has a weloome rnt the sheriff R E Peters and jmiy visited D B Peters Saturday and Sunday H C Mcdeorge visited H D Peters Saturday night sad unday Circuit Court will begin the bird Monday in June at Boonevllle We are all glad to know that Mr Edward IB not opposed to reelection to Congress LoBa the little daugh ter of G J Gentry is quite IIJA Peters of North Boonevllle was on Is land Creek Sunday and Monday Drummer Mose Matthews and W B Robert have Just returned from a trip to Hnyden Brack Baker and J S Bowman are going into the poultry lushness on NeedmoroD Wood of Jackson County will teach this year at Mount Carmel on Sextons Creek VIWCENT Vincent June IA good crowd has gone from In and around Vincent to the show at Boonevllle to- tayMr General Price and wife of Levl and Mrs Virginia Flanery of Ohio were the guests of Mr and Ire B B Botner Saturday night T B Venable and Ruben Jackson were at Booneville Monday on busl iessMr C S Wyatt Is visiting the Commencement of Berea College towMrs Mattle Venable is visiting hor Intents Mr and Mrs J B Scott at present The Boonovllle Lodge I 0 O F decorated the grave of their Brotther H C Treadway Sat urday at the Treadway graveyard Sunday School at Vincent Is progress Ing fine at present John Spence of Sturgeon delivered on Interesting ser mon at the Sunday School morning and In the evening gave a fine lee true on Sunday School work Harvey Marcum who has been away In Es tlll County two weeks Is expected home Saturday Sinter Day of Blake was at Vincent Sunday visit- Ing friends TKAVEMFllS REST Travelers Rest June 4Framers are very busy planting and working over their crops The protracted x pr + nrw meeting held at the Presbyterian church closed Wednesday night with good accomplishment for the Lord After Sunday School Sunday afternoon a party went out sarvlce hunt ing Sidney Caudell und J B Banks are erecting a now store house nearI Mr Caudells water mill whore they will sell goods as partners W H Vena bit caught a sun fish two Inches long Mrs Perry Blgloy was fined twentyfive dollars a breach of peace Many people at this place attended Hangs show at Boonevllle Eliza J Minter aged 70 years and w1tt w of Chas E Minter was quiet ly married to Rev S K Raymey near the same age at the home of Elder J B Rowlett today Also her youngest son W P Miutor whoso wife died only two months nnd three days ago was married the tame day and near the same hour to Miss Emma Brewer the girl who wa living with Mr Minter at the time of his wifes death Three wedding wore a surprise to many people here today CLAY COUNTY SHXTOXS CllKKK Sextons Creek May 31Henry Noe who Me been 111 with typhoid is out againT B Burch purchased a fine saddle horse a few days ago for fltt Tito Tenable a fruit tree agent for the Rochester Nursery pasted thru here last wok Martha Sand Hn and her little daughter Serllda of Jackson have beon visiting friends weekleehere Tuesday with a large drove ofI cattle Stock traders are very ama Irons In this part of the country Mrs Mary Hunter vtettsdher sonin law Wm Smith of Sphijr last week W IL Hunter and wife of Sexton paid J H Hester ot Dora a flying visit Saturday CIIJ rsuTlltm OhMtBUttmrg May 3Tbe body ot Mr Tom Durham was found May itch at the mouth of Island Creek Ky He wen drowned last month but the body was not until recently toned He leaves a wife Md child ren and a host ot friends to mourn Ida loss but our teas Is another pUaMn Mary Murray was hero last week taking pictures She to do- Ing nice wortHr Willie Chestnut was working IB the stave woods last week and cut his leg very badly with aD ax Oilbert Rawllngs was vie tfng at Mr Isaac Chestnuts Moo layHr Henry Field was viiit- ing hero yesterday trots Perry ounty Ira Joss Banks had a wool Icktng Tuesday All who were hero reported a good Ume1tr IU1 JaI1 McDaalel and wife were vUlUng Ipton hank last SundayMr Cas uncfortl and wife who were visit In- lere last week from Clover Bottom have returned horn Mtas Lan ra Banks was visiting Elizabeth BIh- op lut Sundayails s Julia Hoods and Hence Robinson were marri at the brides home last week Wt wish them much Joy and happiness In ilfoDin McClnty was visiting at Charley Hays last Sunday IIrGUTSl1Anr- Brlghtehade June lM II Fred rick has had an attack of typhoid but is oonvalesolng Gilbert Wagers isho went to Manchester to attend sc and had typhoid is at home and is nearly well Taylor Waawr has nearly recovered from his severe ttaek of typhoid Teacher are mitllng for schools There seems o be more teachers than schools flenry W Short of Berea it here coking for a sehooLM II Frd r ek will teach at Mud Lick again this year His record there last rear and his popularity as County Examiner held the large school It tud Lick for him without his making ny application altho almost number era other teachers applied Farm work It progressing slowly on account of the recent excessive local rains ilhere Is now an appearance of dry weather which promises to damage tIe potato crop JACKSON COUNTY MCJtF McKee Juno 8A large crowd attended the Haag circus show last Wednesday Some of the boys got a little too much liquor and wanted to be disorderly But before they could get anything started the sheriff and his deputies had them in charge Saturday they were all in the judges office settling up paying for heir fun Mr and Mrs Geo Amyx of Maulden visited their son Dr W f Amyx last week Leonard Goodman ot Vvelchburgls visiting his un cJe D G Collier this weelrM L I Farmer has moved from over tho Jail to Mrs Margaret Gabbards property across tho creek Two now mis sionaries Mr Van Zanter and Miss Zwoymer arrived in town lost week Mr Van Zantor preached an Inter etslng sormon at the Academy Insl Sunday morning Competitive wcnra InaHons for appointment to the State College will be held In tho Superintendents office on Monday the Stnd day of Juno ANNILLIi Annvllle June 7lr and Mrs Ab Johnson of Lawrenceburg are visiting the father of Mrs Johnson Can you come one day next week It p at Moores Creek We are always glad to have Mr Johnson and family visit our community Mrs Rnchael Pennington tiled last Thursday and was burled at Green Hill cemetery She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death Aunt Rachaol was a good Christian woman and a member of tho Baptist church Dr A T Neal and wife vis ited at tie home ot Mr Daniel lung today Miss Otna Akeman Is visit lug at the home of Miss Mangle foaling on Territte Creek this week Several from hero went to Haago big show at Welchbnrg last Tuesday and report a fins UmeW were tie indeed to get the supplement last week to The Citlsen as It gave so much Information MI B Matttt Medlock spent Sunday at the home of her Uncle Dan Hedlock near Otis Mrs Maud veal visited Miss Xnma Jones at Mildred last Wednesday All the MraMfe cases are getting along nleelyLast Wednesday was- the regular examination day for pen sioners but the show at McKee kept several away Meet farmers In this part are about up with their work ITnerting along nicely with their work Miss Maggie Goodman Is very low with stomach troubleIrs Bottle I Miller lion tho tick lost Mr nnd Mrs T P Bullool visited Mr nndI Mrs Jacob Miller Thursday Singing school was out at Oak I Sunny lastdirs Mattle Hamilton last week lx u visited home folk Bullook was tho guest of Mips SI I MllW Thursday nlght Mlta M utle and Clnuilo Hamilton trio preparing to- go tJ church at Liberty Sunday I omPAU1Saturday last week Harry Hall and G K I Miller went fishing Friday They caught so many they say they arc going back again Ironnll lira Green Ferguson visited liar parents Jacob Miller Saturday and Sunday PA rROT I Parrot June SWm Cutmgln it Hl1lanlwith the Cox list Co and will start OM the road at nee J 11 Hundley I Is going Into Laurel County this rooming to sell grttrlee for O trICo There was a singing school organised here Sunday with 00ILangdon as teacher Phil 6rttk who was shot at Welcbbarg Tuesday by his csrlessttess Is slowly improv ing rarmen here are wag along nicely with their eropeIL 0 Cor notion and wife masts a visit to his father Saturday Jake Humes was I la our midst Saturday Robert John i son sad Charley Medlock of Anwvtlle were here Sunday j IUVLPT are having Logtdon Grove Kindred Dank of M Mill Anna W County very pleasant weather at present and crops are growing rapidly Mrs Letha Gabbard was tho guest her Mrs L J Cole last Tuesday Miss Lula Gabbard visited her Miss Molvn Johnson near Brazil this week Several people of this place are preparing to attend the show at Wednesday Mrs Frank Gabbard who has been sick for some time In somewhat bettor and oxpcctB to return home Su- ndalBorn to Mr and Mrs J Lake fine girl Mr and Mrs Tom Morris visited and Mrs Wm McColIum Sunday Mr Frank has workl iR for Mr J II Gab bard thin week will be pronehlng at school house Sun day Tyner Juno 1Ieople are busy In their crops this nice woathor Moore Is very sick with measles Mr and Mrs G W Moore hovo sure to see their daughterinlaw Mr Julia Moore of Mt Vernon who if very sickMr and Mrs John Lake and Mr sod Mrs Scott Goodman vim lled Mr W N OootinwH and fumPy yesterday Miss Maggie Goodman on the sick UIJolnt Moore 1 r fine cow one day last week Joe Smith of Clover Bottom vlsiivd his two llttte eons Ieey and Vlv Ian farm Wednesday until Frlds The boys are making their horn with their uncle W N Mr George Moore who hu been n London to school passed thru here on his war home day las- twkhilm Mary Rice Is looking tor her sister horny tram BernstiiV she has been staying with her brother Ictlnls Lernh raper A BARGAINSF- ORi OUR OLD SUBSCRIBERS OUR BEST BARGAIN IS I THE CITIZEN A paper that give you more then the worth of your money sod in growing hotter all tt time I You know what a good paper you bare been getting You can It others as cheap bat either theyare not as good or they are not made fur the mountains or they not give an much Just look at few of Itbe ws are giving you now NEWS all the news ot tbe world of this country and of the state that is reading All the news of the mountains that we can get and nor than any oilier paper gives All the news of dosotta of mountain towns where eorrMpoadonte to us every little while CATTLE All the latest cattle prices also the prices on tIM anti tanbark and ttjioke pic FARM HINTS A good column and sometime wore of hints tbtit will help in the work on the farm HOME HINTS Good hints on housekeeping by au expert SCHOOLA running article i on bow to teach to make your school one of the best in the by one of the treat tMtchom in the state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON A full e4uron every week STORIES A flue good interesting exciting serial story all the time and often good short story week TEMPER i ANCEA ooluniii of good reading about temporaries AND OTHER THINGS ln ow how many other good things you get in THE Cmccs many of the things that you cant got in allyathr paper And all for Sl0 tho price of lots of poorer papers That is our heel bargain Dont it Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription is out UutW hare oilier bargains we have wade arrangements so that we OBH sell severalvery gxid things to air subscribers at low rises To new subtLTib rs we give things HO they will have chance to learn what a good paper TUB CITIULN is but after they once tIMid it we control afford to giro things with it for it is worth more than tho dollar it costs lint wo eon soil you some other things cheep PftperIINo IThat Citizen Knife Most of you know It We give It nrny to new subscribers hut old ones mil I buy It from us for twenty five cents when Uiey renew their imjicr Tlio knife Iii eontu Tliti Cltlznn 3100Both worth 176 for US2Tho Farmers Calculator n thirty five cent book tbnt Is worth several dollars to any up to Into fanner It pals what you want to know about nbnoot anything on flue farm It Is good book on dlsjani of horses cattle sheep and hogs tells you how to know what Is the nwitterund what to do It given flKtire tells you how to reckon Interest If you Imve borrowed or tunnel money or how many biiolielH of corn there are In n Mint wolgliB honnicli or how to nifnmiro the corn In a crib or In n and how much It takes to plaint an noronr how 111111 brick to build n chimney and Iota of things of that kind It has plauox for you to keepneoount of your expends and earnings nnd of what you bought timid sold and any thing else want oroiiifiiiliiT you are n farm er it Is just the thing you want The Calculator 36 eent The Citizen flOO Both worth J1B5 for 1110- No 3Tho National Handy Package Just the thine your wife hart been looking for Needle and of i kinds More than a quarters worth but tiKimlly sells torn niinrtor We sell It with The forIIOIthe we I 1160 will sell It with The Citizen for 60 cent The book 1180 Hie Citizen ilOO Iloth worth J260 No 5Another bookJesusof Nazareth A flue life of Christ by time llev Dr William K Barton A line book in heniitlful binding with 150 Illustrations an ornament to any home and n 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