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N PHEr S coon ott40TcBEREA PUBLISHING C9 ia IIJleoartmATIQDI i STANLEY FROST Mn ft S 0FienlatMr4mffiefUlisebivatwroad o e ae eee oSoSOSeeeeeOS0S0 ee to the of the en neeoaoeotooeonY- ol I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 18 1003 One IX Five cents a copy Dollar a year No 51 HEWS Of THE WEEK Abolished Betting InNew York Equity Sells More Tobacco Edo I cntlonal System ultyRalders Attack Soldiers ADOL18HBD BETTING IN NBW YORK After a struggle In tho Now York Legislature the AgnewHart AntlRaco Track Gambling Bills wore pasaod and aro now laws of tho state of Now York Tho bills relate to tho penalties for gambling pool selling and book making which wcro before a public nuisance Senator Otto 0 Foolkcr at tho peril ot his llfo went from Brooklyn to Albany to untie the vote on tho bills and procure the pas sago of tho bills to prohibit gambling In the enclosures whllo It was a felony In every other placo In the 0talo The final vote on each of the stood 2C to 26 This was another of Gov hushes works ot reform May his career bo long and continue to bo effective for good service to his tellow countrYmen EQUITY SELLS MORE TOBACCO Tho Burley Tobacco Society sold another million pounds of tobacco to a single purchaser It was told to Mr W S Dudley a prominent tobacco broker of Cincinnati who says he bought It for his own private specul ation but It U generally belleved that ho la buying for fbo American To bacco Co All grades above the J16 grade have been sold before and the Bqultjr In this deal closed out every pound down to the trash at a good price OUR BDUAATotfAL YSTBM FAULTY Prectdoat Arthur T Had ley o Yale Unirertity raga that plv ing nil etHdmta the same kind ot in struction ire wrong for he says the Different an need different meth oils of Instruction I woold like toe a system divided lobo three groups A Kleoilflc a literary and A practical group would to the dl rtnlon which he would attfKest and hf would a+sp pupils to them SB their talent suitaort SIGHT RIDICRSThe Night Rider la Ohio are rUll girtag trouble Thunnlay atgtt war Ripley forty or fifty llred on the ClMlaBaM soldlrre The troops returned Ufo tire aati thought they hit one but be was carried array by a oowrad Bloodhounds may be used by Kato troops to east in running down theme who couttnu to make life a Uunfen to the tobacco growera In Brown and Clermont coantlee Ohio seems to be uffrrtng from the Night Itldors u such aa Kentucky O H P UiLJIONT DUOHv U P Belmont ufinancier and pol ttlclan ot New York died June 10 at hU home In Itampttead U h Mrt Belmont had not boon actively ongag ed In buslnoM tar some yearn Ho bad always been very popular among his hlcmU both In New York and at London and Paris Mr Belmont wai Ijfifty years old when ho departed this life I BIBLES AWARDED A Bible wasgiven each person who graduated from some course in Bcrca College Tho courses that turn out graduates each year are College Academy Normal Homo Science Carpentry and Nursing Betides this a prlzo Bible was given to one mem ber in each Bible Class who made the most progress during the year Prlzo Bibles wero awarded to the following perrons- Clydo U Hudson Blblo IV College Fred K Porry BJbla II College Mary P Clark Bible I Academy III Edgar H Rlanton Bible f Academy II Lucy 11 Holllday Bible e Academy I Joseph 0 Bowman Normal U j Bcssls C Debord Normal I Dlv 1 Frances Bowles Normal I Div 2 Grover C George 8 Sr I Martha E Isaacs 8 Sr II Oscar J Judd 8 Sr III Leonard E Powell 7 Sr Lydia F Brower C Sr Eva M Wilson 5 Sr James B Tutt 4 Sr Arthur J Williams 8 Jr Uldlpa V Scott 7 Jr Fred McFerron 6 Jr Alice Miller 6 Jr Rebecca Smith 4 Jr Una L Gabbard 3 Jr i p SIVENTS 11FFICE nEttlE CITIZENDevoted Interests Mountain People I POLITICAL NOTES Mitchell as llcePrellidentWlIIson- for VicePresident Struggle for Nomination In Chicago MITCHELL AS VICEPRESIDENT A conference of the leading Demo crats of Texas war hold at Dallas Wodnoiday Juno 10 John MItchSll expresident ot the United Mine- Workers was Indorsed for vlcoprest dent on Uie ticket with W J Dry an and a national campaign In the Interest ot tho labor leader was launched Mr Mitchell baa shown himself a man ot marked ability In the mining business and strike situ atlon WILLSON DOOMED FOR WIC- EpRESIDENTA boom was started when Gov Wlllson landed In Chicago to launch him as a candidate for the vicepresidency Frank II Fischer postmaster at Paducah conferred with Gov Wlllson on the subject and the result of tho Interview Is not yet known but tho governor declares that ho Is not In the race and that ho Is well enough satisfied with being Governor of Kentucky Governor Will lIOn Is chairman of the Kentucky de legation SIX DBLBOATES FROM KY The harmony scheme truly did work well In the Democratic convention which was hold at Lexington Thura day June 11 A proenttalve of all fnelfoM was chosen delegate to the National Convention In order to Irving their foitowiag together and atrtuetbtn the Democratic jArty Col W II Hahleman was cbosen as a representative of the Courier Journal etaeat OCT J C W JJeckhim to atranftlmi sat secure that faction I Senator UcCreary M Imter oC the creat opfxMKIoii to UM BaeMwm ale mrat John C C Mayo tho Baatoni Kentucky captallat sod Coofraaamaa Oils James and Senator PaynUr to represent the strong W atera Keetnc i ky district The game of 0111 James will had the list of the six detogatea from the Stateetlarge It harms beta deter i mined to confine the number of dele Katw to six There Is a clamor that Jams be made chairman of the dots fat Ion to Denver and the obaaotv aro that be will be Nested Till fifth dls Ibid Democracy Is behlnU James for any honor and all Democrats are of the opinion that inasmuch M he is Bryans closest friend In the State lie deserves and should have the honor Chairman Lewie MeQuon made a i ahott but eloquent address and after he aht down Mr Jams arose amid ti the applause and ovation ot the crowd ad gave a short speech nominating K temporary ahalrman Mr Stanley was utwRlmMisloy declared elected The convention adjourned at one oeloek Thursday after putting thru I Uia harmony maelilne slate without a hitch ICHICAGO CONVENTION Some Points In the Platform The VicepresldontialQuesllonAt as tho Republican National Convention Is In session In Chicago Tho preliminaries have all been finished and the tem porary organization completed and tho convention Is now waiting for re ports from tho different committees It Is still uncertain whether the con tests made by the anti Tatt allies will bo carried to the credential committee and then finally to tho floor ot the convention but it is pretty certain that only a few select ed ones will bo so treated and that in the enl thord cannot be enough change to prevent Mr Tafts nomin ation Almost as important as the nomin ation will be the platformthe de claration of principles for the party for the next four years This we will publish In full next week Now there seem no doubt that Taft and the Presidents friends will control the making of the platform and that the party will go Into the campaign with a candidate and platform In harmony tad with both in accordance with the wishes of the men who represented chiefly by Mr Roosevelt havo been working for the last few years for tho reforms in business laws which the country so much needs CoiUmi4 a Fourth Patti HOWARD AND POWERS ARE FREE u After eight years of imprisonment after four trials which have blnokenud the nnmo of Kentucky justice because of their uufairtioss and InjtiKtico null after spending the boat part of his young manhood In jail to satisfy the Hjiite of those whom be defeated Caleb Powers is nt lutit able to breathe once more tho1 tree air of heaven and to walk the earth and go among his follows as he wishes There is not n justice loving man in the Mate that does not rejoice with Powers in his freedom or that is not glad ho is at last clear of tho persecution which has dogged him so long All join ill wishing him good all that leis heart desires Though Howard has not awakened the sympathy of the Kentucky people as deeply as Powers or shown BO stainless a record Before this accusation was made yet all are ready to rejoice at his proven inno cence and will be ready with u helping hand to give him a renewal of life and restitution HO far as possible of things lost lint there is another side to itthe pardoning of Powers and Howard is likely to bo costly both to the Republican party and to the People of the mountains The Citizen liko many others felt when the question was first brought up and it still feels that if it had been possible for thorn to stand another trial and be acquitted by a jury it would have been in the long run better for all Everybody in this state believes that Powers is innocent and if any had doubted Gov WilisonH action will convince them that there is no proof against the mountain boy But the rest of the world is liable to think he maybe guilty nod that his pardon may harsbe n given for political reasons o POWERS AND HOWARD FREE GOVERNOR WILLSON PARDONS BECAUSE THEY ARE INNOCENT TELLS HIS REASONS By 880 Saturday morning the otI Lice ot COY Wlllson was pretty well tined with newspaper reporters wait tog for his final decision on tho Powers and Howard pardon petition He shortly afterwards gave his rea sona for pardoning tho two men oon vt 3to6 of the murder of William Ooefel lie said that after reading UM teatlmoor In the ease ho was tuHy eaaYuued that the men were prosecuted mm politieal prejudice HU pardon rested on the last trial and M ten men oat ot the twelve decided that he was Innocent he truly bettered him innocent And it Powers la Rot guilty Howard cannot be nn der the drcuiMtaaeoa whtoh tto courts have been laboring for they were working thru each other ws the claim and If Powers la proveD Innocent the result indicates that Yoniaey la guilty and not Howard However the cue might be GOY Wlllaon believe fully that Powers Innocent for he baa studied Ute oaae thoroughly for aims time sad bias arrived at an honest oanclmlon lie heard not nor recelvtd any private requeata sit his work wa In the open It is true that the 660000 petition received from varl oua tarts ot tho country might have moved him somewhat and especially a large per cent of them being Dem oerata lNews of the pardon ot Powers and Howard haa mused great excitement In most ot the country it caused delight among moatfriends but some aurnrtee among some of Coy Will sons friends na well as the Demo cmU as hit delay in reaching a eon elusion in the oases Indicated that ho was going to give them another trial and lot the court free them Bverytblng hoes to chow that Yout wy was guilt and will be tho one that will suffer for tho murder of Win Goebel Powers has returned homo to his friends and relation A report has bean made that a warrant will bo Is sued for tho arrest of James Howard for the murder of Attorney George Baker in Clay County years ago Howard was indicted In Clay and the case was transferred to London After his arrest for tho Goebel kill- Ing tho Indictment was tiled away Gov Wilson expects harsh criti cism for his pardoning tho convicted men but says he I would recelvo that no matter what my decision would be and I give tho subject earnest consideration and deal with the merits of tho ease and not pub lie opinion His actions have been approved by tho nation for ha has slnco had a boom for second place on the National ticket but Is satis fled to bo Kentuckys Governor Youtsoy stands pat on his old story Whoa asked what he thought about the pardon ho said ha did not see how they were innocent when they were In tho plot with him Says he Powers and I planned the killing and Howard did thq work There Is a rumor in various parts ot tho state that an effort will be maths to have the Prison Commission v t parole Youtsey Gov Wlllson greatly condemned tho murder of Wm Goebol and said that it was a remarkable life destroy ed And It was a grief brought to his family that could not bo forgot ten The Governor furthermore tald that the leeeon It taken In the right sense by the Kentucky people would be worth all the woo and misery which It baa coat Gov Wlllson also pardoned Pow eel upon the Indictment for subor Mtlon of perjury in tho Franklin courtMEETING Of THE TRUSTEES The Colored School Discussed Decided to Build New Hospital College to Have Charge of tho Construction of Side Walks The meeting ot the trustees of Be rea College held here following Corn menaement was notable chiefly for the number of things they decided not to do Altho several routine matters were disposed of and some Impnm meats wero authorized the trustees felt that too financial situation and the condition of tho colored school project are both such that It Is unwise to undertake any extensive Improve m rate at this time The mot Important action taken was about the colored school and there it was merely decided to do nothing No action will bo taken on either tho location of the school or Its management utitho 400000 fund Is raised Altho nearly 340000 of the fund is promised none of tho money can bo used till all is raised and the college Is losing interest on It every day Therefore all energies will be bent to the raising of the rest oi tho fund and Ills hoped to accom plish this before next Commencement Then and not till then the details of tho building of tho school will be considered The only action looking toward the formation of the school was the appointment of a committee to torn a corporation which shall have charge oi tae school and which will probably be called on to decide all ques tions about It At first at least a majority of the members ot the new board of trustees will be trus tees of the old college but tho Eep arat i boards will give an opportunity for development as circumstances may require and probably some ot the members of both boards will devote themselves especially to the work of ono- Among tho other actions of the trustees was then to begin the construction of the new hospital this summer Tho northern wing about t quarter of tho building will be constructed and it will bo used for quarters for the nurses offices operating rooms kitchens and BO forth This wing will be of brick with one story and a basement At the same time a contagious disease ward a separate building which will be 37 by 80 feet will be constructed This building will te a little away from tho other and will be a frame house plastered Inside Tho two will cost 7000 Continued on Fourth race h y N o t y o u tBleG oNOY u r1d giGAi10 0 r Tho Cltlzon is Growing Rap s eIdly Let Your Business g Keop Paco With it By Adver et- o tlsing it Many Pe op leiiW Would like to havo n record of their receipts and expenditures if only someone would keep it for them Open a checking account with the Borea Bank and Trust Company and you will find that your accounts will keep themselves withno expanse or trouble to you whatever x Your checks are always evidence of the date and amount of every pjymant and your deposits show the dates and I amounts of your receipts t neighborshave I bank WHY NOT YOUIJ starteverydeposit altways welcome at this bank The checking account is a handy convenience for I everybody Berea Bank Trust Company Capital and Surplus 60000u IN OUR OWN STATE Kill SonlnLaw Night Riders Still Raging Haggin to Sell Horses Killed by Lightning MURDERS HIS SONINLAW The rumor that a murder that seems ferocious baa been committed in Madl son county has been verified William Kcoton of near Boar Wallow shot and killed his soninlaw J Kalor in the pre snee of his wife and children the wife being Keetons daughter It is sold that Keaton and Kalor quarreled while on the farm at work and after the quarrel Kalor went home Later In the day Kalor woof to a spring near by for a bucket of water his wife and two little children accompanying him As they were returning Keeton suddenly sprang from behind some bushes and fired at Kalor Ho mlesod him tho first time then be tired again this time hitting him In the breast Kalor fell forward and tiled In a short time His wife and children hovered about him earnestly trying to do something for him but without avail The gentle fatherin law ran and it is not known whore he is but tho authorities are searching I for him And It Is earnestly hopedtby all those on the side of law and order that the murderer will bo caught I and dealt with according to merit HAGGIN TO SELL HORSES Af t tar the passage ot tho two antibetting bills In New York James B Haggln l one of Kentuckys greatest breeders I says he will sell his fine stock and turn tho Elmendorf farm near Lexing ton into a cattle farm Mr Haggln t has about 1000000 worth of tine breeding stock now and will sell aslsoon as he can For ho says that hewing is the main incentive to horse racing KILLED BY LIGHTNING A severe storm of wind rain and hall did great damage In parts of Bourbon county Saturday afternoon Two menjwere killed by lightning while i I storm was raging the most John s Wlllmott was struck while ploughing I and killed Instantly Will Brooks I colored was thrown from his horse during the storm and died from con cussion of the brain TOBACCO BEDS TORN UPWln chester was thrown into a stir of excitement when the report waS received that the night riders had ridden into II town in the early hours of tho mom Continued on Fourth rise RESOLVED THAT TIME FLIES AND THE FIRST THINC YOU KNOW ALL THE CHOICE THINGS WILL BE GONETHEYARE AU 1SOME covYPicarilat YTazeusfReoaoa ricacilmtceaIInlTHE GooDS FOR THIS SEASoN WERE DESIGNED ALWAYsITHIRD CHOICE AND So oN YOU WISH THE fIRST CHOICE Do YOU NOT IF YOU AND BUY YOU WILL GET THE FIRST CHOICEI- r J COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More r = o = W= r 1 tl PTON- I P1Acrr- dtIANItll 9yRtSFAUTJPa 1 fN l1eA 5M4U vllI aiU LV1fIarICUliGrr Gt r M xtwr7vaiDYkdNereftrSYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Inv Jantrr from Fort Betlume trapped by Indians In A narrow gate Among them a stranger who introduce himself by K name of Hampton also Olllls the ot trader and hit ughtar Olllls and majority of the soldiers are killed dur t a three day siegeS Hampton and girt only fscape from the Indiana bey fall exhausted on the plains A yompaby ot the Seventh grant in command find them Hampton nd the girl stnp at the Miners Home In Itneald Mr Duty proprietress Hamp n talks the future over with Miss Ol- tathe Kid She shows him her moth r picture and tells him what she can f her parentage and life They decide she shall live with Mrs Herndon Nolda the Kidruns away from Mrs Herndons fcnd reJoin Hampton lie Induces her to- go back nothing more to do with him Hampton plays Ida last game sf cards He announces to lied Slnvln tilt he has Quit and then leaves Ulen cald Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In Dtancald to teach Its first sihoot Miss spencer meets Nalda Rev Wynkoop ftc She boards at Mrs Herndon Kalda and Lieut Brant attain meet wlth put his knowing who she la She Intorms- blm of the coming Bachelor club ball In honor of Miss Spencer Ueut Brant meet Bllent Murphy Custef scout lie reportll trouble brewing among the Sioux- 8MlILt difficulties arise at th Bachelor clubs ball among the admirers of Miss spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen ear but she Is not hU acquaintance of the fay before She tells him of Nalda and itccldentallr meets her again as he Is returning to the ballroom with a fan for flu Spencer CHAPTER XV Continued The case seems fully proved she confessed laughingly and It Is sure culpritVatknow well enough without asking he told you how greatly she admired he romance of the west and begged fou to call upon her with a recital of tour own exploits Have I not guessed Bright Partially at least some such ex feresslons were used Of course they always are I do sot know whether they form merely a part of her stock In trade or are spoken earnestly You would laugh to tear the tales of wild and thrilling ad venture which she picks up and actually believes That Jack Moffat pOSe sesses the most marvelous magma lion for such things and If I make fun of his Impossible stories she becomes Angry in an Instant I am afraid you do not greatly ad mire this Miss Spencer Oh but I do truly I do You must not think me ungrateful No one has ever helped me more and beneath this mask of artificiality she is really a noble hearted woman 1 do not un derstand the necessity for people to lead false lives Is it this way In all oclcty eastern society 1 mean Do men and women there continually scheme and flirt smile and stab for ever assuming parts like so many play actors It is far too common he admitted touched by her naive questioning What Is known as fashionable social life has become an almost pitiful bam and you can scarcely conceive the relief It Is to meet with one utterly uncontaminated by Its miserable Ve celts Its shallow makebelieves It Is 310 wonder you shock the nerves of such people the deed Is easily accom plished Out I do not mean to And she looked at him gravely striving to make him comprehend I try so hard to bebo commonplace andand sat ddfed Only there is so much that seems silly useless pitifully con temptible that I lose all patience Perhaps I need proper training In what Hiss Spencer calls refinement but vrby should I pretend to like what I dont like and to believe what I dont tfcclieve Caunot one act a lie as well is speak one And Is it no longe- rtight to search after the truth Ihave always felt it was our duty to discover the truth wherever possl his he said thoughtfully yet I confess the search Is not fashionable jaor the earnest seeker popular- A little trill of laughter flowed from between her parted lips but the sound was not altogether merry Most certainly I am not They all scold me and repeat with manifest horror the terrible things I say being unconscious that they are evil Why should I suspect thoughts that come tome naturally I want to know to understand I grope about In the dark It seems to me sometimes that this whole world Is a mystery I go to Mr Wynkoop with my questions and they only seem to shock him Why should they God must have P1- tell these doubts and wonderlngs into my mind and there must be an an awer for them somewhere Mr Wyn koop if a good man I truly respect him I want to please him and I ad mIre hla Intellectual attainments but bow can he accept so much on faith land be content I know I am a per tfect heathen Miss Spencer says I- nunbut do you think it is so awful for me to want to know these things You merely express clearly what thousands feel without the moral courage to utter it The saddest part of it all Is the deeper wo delve the less wo are satisfied In our intellectual ria tvras We merely succeed in learning Iok lutely battled by an Impenetrable wall against which they batter mentally In vain Aro you a church member YesDo you believe those things you do not understand- He T drew a deep breath scarcely knowing at that moment how best to answer yet sincerely anxious tr lead this girl toward the light Tho majority of men do not talk much about such matters They hold them sacred Yet I will speak frankly with you I could not static in words my faith so that it would be clearly apprehended by the mind of another I am In tho church because I believe Its efforts are toward righteousness because I believe the teachings of Christ are perfect His lIfo the highest possible type of living and because through Him we receive all tho Infor mation regarding a future existence which we possess That my mind rests satisfied I do not say I simpIIaccept what Is given preferring tie light to total darkness Out hero they refuse to accept anyone like that They say I am not yet In a fit state of mind Such a judgment would seem tome narrow I was fortunate In coming under the Influence of a broadminded religious teacher To my statement of doubts he simply said Believe what you can live the very best you can and keep your mind open toward tho light It seems to me now this Is all that anyone can do whose nature will not permit of blind unquestion able faith I am so glad you have spoken In that way she confessed I shall never feel quite so much alone In the world again and I shall see theso mat tors from a different viewpoint Is It wrong unwomanly I moan for me to question spiritual things ItI It as deeply concerned In things spirit ual as man How very strange It Is that we should thus drift Into such an intimate talk at our second meeting she ex claimed It seems so easy so natural to converse frankly with some peoplethey appear to draw out all that Is best in ones heart Then there others who seem to parch and wither up every germ of spiritual lifeThere are those in the world who truly belong together ho urged dar ingly They belong to each other by some divine law They may never be privileged to meet but if they do commingling of their minds and souls Is natural This talk of ours tonight has perhaps done me as much good as youOh I urn so glad if It has 1I do not believe you and Miss Spencer conversed In this way Heaven forbldl And yet it might puzzle you to guess what was the main topic of our conversation Did It Interest youT DeeplyWell It could not be dress ot men or western romance or society in Boston or the beautiful weather I guess It was books Wrong were sever tioned Then l stall havo to ctvo up for I do trot remember any other subjects she talks about Yet It was the most natural topic leaginableyotlraolfYou meT Why bbw did that happen Very simply and I was wholly to blame To bo perfectly honest Miss Naida I attended tho dance tonight for no other object than to meet you again But I had argued myself Into the belief that you were Miss Spencer The discovery of my mistake merely Intensified my determination to learn who you really were With this pur pose I Interviewed Miss Spencer and during the course of our conversation the facts ot my first meeting with you became known You told her how very foolish I actedI her how deeply Interested 1 had become In your outspoken manner Oh And she exclaimed How ro mantic Possibly alto likewise took occa sion to suggest that you were merely a child and seemed astonished that I should have given you a second thought Why I am 18 I told her I believed you to be of that age and she Ignored my remark But what truly surprised both of us was how you happened to know my nameThe girl did not attempt to answer and she was thankful enough that there was not sufficient light to bo tray the reddening ot her cheeks And you do not mean even now to make clear the mystery he asked Notnow she answered almost timidly It Is nothing much only I would rather not now The sudden sound of voices and laughter In tho street beneath brought them both to their feet Why they are coming across to supper she exclaimed In surprise How Ibng wo have been here and It has seemed scarcely a moinent I shall certain be In for a scolding Lieut Brant and I fear your only means of saving me from being promptly sent homo In disgrace will be to escort mo In to supper- A delightful punishment lie drew her hand through his arm and said And then you will pledge me the first danco following Oh you mustnt ask me Really I have not boon on tho Coor tonight 1 am not In the mood Do you yield to moods Why of course I do Is It not ai womans privilege If you know me Jang It will be to fln4 me all moods If they only prove as attractive as the particular one swaying you tonight I shall certainly have no caura for complaint Come Miss NalrtA Ht Drew Forth the Fan and HId Out Toward Her Out are tho they men please cultivate the mood to say yes before thoso others arrive She glanced up at him shaking her dark hair her lips smiling My present mood Is certainly a goodna tured one sho confessed softly and consequently It Is Impossible to say noHis hand pressed hers as tho throng- Ing couples came merrily up the stepsWhy Nalda Is this you child T Where havo you been all this time It was Miss Spencer clinging to Mr Wynkoops arm Merely sitting out a dance was the seemingly Indifferent answer then she added sweetly Have you over met my friend Lleut Brant of the Seventh cavalry Phoebe We were just going In to supper Miss Spcnccrs glance swept over the silent young officer T believe I have had the honor It was my prlv liege to be introduced to the gentleman by a mutual friend The Inward rush cf hungry guests swept them all forward In laughing Jostling confusion but Naldas cheeks burned with Indignation CHAPTER XVI The Reappearance of an Old Friend After supper tho lieutenant and Naidk danced twice together the young gUla mood having apparently changed to me fit Sraoraut cantos happlncHS her dark eyes smfltnfr hot lips uttering freely whatever thought came uppermost Outwardly she pie tured the gay and merry spirit of the night yet to Brant already observing her with the Jealousy of a lover she appeared distrait and rcstltns her at fectation of abandon a mere mask to her feelings Perhaps theso things might have passed unnoted but for their contrast with the late conllden tlal chat Ho could not reconcljo this sudden change with what he believed of her It was not carried out with tho lImo tired art ot one accustomed to deceit There must bo something real Influ encing her action These misgivings burdened his mind even as ho swung lightly with her to tho music and they talked together In little snatches The last two waltzes ended they walked slowly through the scattering throng ho striving vainly to arouse her to tho former independence and intimacy of speech Suddenly they camo face to taco with Mrs Herndon and Ilrant felt tho girls arm twitch I hnvo been looking everywhere for you Nalda Mrs Herndon said a slight complaint In her voice We were going home Naldas chocks reddened painfully- I am so sorry If I have kept yon waiting her fords spoken with a rush butbut Lieut Brant was In tending to accompany mo We wore Just starting for the cloakroom Oh Indeed Mrs Horndons ex prosslon was noncommittal while her eyes surveyed tho lieutenant With your permission of count ho saidI think I have any need to Interfere They separated tho younger people walking slowly silently toward the door Ho hold her arm assisting her to descend the stairway his lips mum muring a few commonplaces to which she scarcely returned oven monosyl bible replies although she frequently flashed shy glances at his grave face Both realized that some explanation was forthcoming yet neither was quite prepared to force the Issue I have no wraps at tho hotel she said as he attempted to turn that way That was a lie also let us walk directly down the road lie Indulged In no comment his eyes perceiving n pathetic pleading In her upturned face Suddenly there came to him a belief that tho girl was crying ho could feel the slight tremor of her form against his own Ho glanced furtively at her only to catch the glitter of a falling tear To her evident distress his hoort made Instant and sympathetic response With nil respect Influencing the action his hand closed warmly over the smaller one on his sleeve Little girl he said forgetting the shortness of their acquaintance in the deep fooling of the moment tell DIe what tho trouble Is I suppose you think tne an awful creature for saying that she blurted out without looking up It wasnt ladylike or nice butbut t simply couldnt help It Lieu Brant You moan your sudden determina lion to carry mo homo with you he asked relieved to think thlo might prove the entire difficulty Cant lot that worry you Why I am simply ro joked at being pormltted to to Do you know I wanted to request the- ncingprivilege all the time we were together But you acted so differently from when we were beneath the vines that I actually lost my nerve 1001IngI did not wish you to ask mo What He stopped suddenly Why then did you make such an to nounccment to Mrs Herndon Oh that was different she et plained uneasily I had to do ttat 1 had to trust you to help toe out but but I really wanted to go hams alone lie swept his unicllevlnj eyes around over tho deserted night scone not knowing what answer to return tc so strange at avowal Vta that what caused you to appear so distant to me In the hall to vastly different front what you had been beCorer She nodded but with her hate still upon tho ground Miss Nalda he said It would be cowardly for mo to attempt to dodge this Issue between us Is it because you do not like moT Sho looked up quickly tile moon light revealing her flushed face Oh no not you must never think that I told you I was a girl of moods under thoso vines 1 had one mood la the hall another Cannot you under standVery little ho admitted for I am more inclined to believe you are the possessor of a strong will than thai you aro swayed by moods Listen lI thought that a more senseless mood bad caused your peculiar treatment ot me tonight I should feel Justified In yielding to a mood also But I will not lower you to that extent In my estimation I prefer to believe that you are tho truehearted frankly spoken girl of tho vine shadow It is this abiding conviction as to your true nature which holds me loyal to a test Mlsi Naida is it now your desire that V leave you Ho stepped aside relinquishing hei arm his hat In hand but she did not move from where he left he- rItIt hurts me she faltered You I truly dcsiro you to think In that way of me and II dont know what ll best to do If I toll you why I wished to come alone you might misunder stand and if I refuse then you will Busn m wrong and go away despising me I sincerely wish you might ropoM sufficient confident In me as a gentleman to believe I never betray a trust never pry into a ladys secret TO DDtCONT1NUIGGt IIENSINTENTjBETTER EASIER FOR TtIE POULTRY KEEPER T er IjlolrnNHla rmi peaLO Now Knland line been responsible to a large degree for the plan Ot us lug cold poultry houses which Is be ing adopted nil over tho country Until n few years ago poultrymon everywhere believed that tho warmer a henhouse could bo kept the bettor tho results would booSo tho build- Ings wore made as strog as possible with oloeonttlng windows tight doors sometime oven with A stove to add moro heat than that furnished by tho bodies of tho fowls Now this practice has been so far departed ffom by many Now Hngland poultryroon that muslin curtains have taken tho place of glass windows the doors are left open much ot the time and no one Is greatly concerned If nI bwtiel or two of snow blows In Prof G M Gowell ot the Maine agricultural experiment statkm at Orono was tho pioneer In the matter of vxploltliig the use of intMlIn cur talus In place of gtaM and Ute roeulU of his oxuertnienU atone this lino have led hundreds of people to adopt hU pica- tror Gowell uses houses which have both glass wlndOTk and inwlin oar talus the Idea being to admit n gen Teas amount both of light and of air He olno uses curtains In front of the roosts M that the birds sleep In what la practically a roosting closet This curtain la BO arranged that It can be raised and fastened up out of the way and It Is lowered only on cold nights It In a wof known fact that a square house affords a groat deal more floor space than one which Is long and narrow and tho Gowell houses are built with that thought in mind so that tho roosts aro a con siderable distance from the windows Tho birds confined In these houses have done remarkably well The cold house Is Just as woll adapt ed to the needs of the amateur tho man with n small flock as to those of the commercial poultryman- F W Colby of Auburn Me has tnew house for his pock ot fine white and silver wyandottea which Is on on tlrnly uptodate lines It Is 49 feet long with double walls on the west and north aides There Is a pitched roof covered with tarred paper The sides aro also covered with tarred pa per The front of tho house la covered with common factory cotton at ton cents a yard with a small glass window In each pen Each pen has a roosting room with a curtain arrange ment to bo closed at night when the weather is cold Mr Colby built tills house himself and says that the mate rial and labor did sot exceed t0- It has remained however for Prof Charles K Graham of tho Con necticut agricultural college at Storrs to attempt tho boldest experiment which has over been made along tho lines of fresh air quarters for laying hens Early last winter Prof Graham secured a common tent of the A typo and fastened It securely to the ground So that the strong winds which blow over tho hill at Storrs would not bo OPEN FRONT IIOllW I able to yank It up and In the tent ho Installed a small flock of white tag horn fowls bonded by a proud arid I handsome oool bird An all people familiar with poultry I know tho lophorns have very long combs Tho cock especially has a par ticularly largo and showy apttondago of this character as woll as heavy wattles This fact led Prof Graham to select birds of the leghorn breed for his experiment Tho winter pawed and tho llttlo flock of leghorns wore still living In tho tent and not n single comb had been frosted although thorn were sov oral exceedingly cold nights Any ono who may consider this ap parent exposure of tho flock to cold as being cruel will to theIto know that on several occasions thermometer showed that UH IMnpwu tore was lower In some of the closed houses than In the tent Moreover I the combs of UM fowls In OBB of the regulation home were touched frost durlBR n coM snap In byIbut the happy little peek In tho t escaped without nay misfortune this character ofIThe ground In the teat twith straw for the births to In Theo Is a box for a neat end a low roost for hue birds to ux at night Dnrteg the daytlmo tho pock is allowed to rw outside This experiment has excited no lit tie Interest among people Interested In poultryThe plan of using muiJIn ourtalnti Instead of glass In poultry liouso Is finding so much favor that It Is toting experimented with all over New Hng I land Dealers In poultry supplies sell oiled muslin to bo used fir nowIpurpose by tho yard It Is by means necessary to use oiled muslin however for that which has not been coated with oil servos Just as well although It Is not quite so durable It Is A surprising fact but one which has been repeatedly tested that tho temperature In n building the win does of which nro covered with muslin Is only two to tour degrees colder than one In which glaM Is used and that tho temperature really seems wanner because the air contains less moistureIn which are kept tightly closed moisture often forms on the Inside walls and renders tho house damp the result being that the fowln develop colds and arc attacked with roupAs a rule there la much leu elok L noss In a flock of poultry housed In quarters whch are vonUlfttcl j mean of cloth 1rCLa low light is admitted through cloth than through glass and It Is well to have one glass window although It la the usual practice to raise the muslin thorshould bo high enough zo that the wind will not blow directly on the birdsA number of dairymen aro now ox porlmcntlng with muslin windows In their barns nnd satisfactory reports on this experiment are being made A Prosperous Family DREAM OF THE WIFE CAME TRUf HER LETTER BEGGING HIM TO RETURN HOME AT ONCE FOUND ON DODY OF GREGG I HAD BEEN LUREDTO THE HILLS I Scene of Murder Had Been Depleted So Clearly That Woman Idcntlfle the Murderer According To He Dreams letIc Mt Viirnon Tcnn n traveling nalpi rnn who wan murdered mid his body hidden In n lemony spot In tlm hills iltbcloges tho tact tint hU who had at uirntoly forevust in adronJ tw weeks prnrlotih to his death the talc that tnvultfl hint and warned him that Ill would bo rnilwl to a remote plant tod shot to death Tho letter begged linn to return home to her Thom was tJu a postscript from hli lltllo daughter Mary bogging him U 1rcpuro to die warning him that hot mother had dreamed ho would bt killed IThu lollop from the woman retain hndUthere shut und killed by it man wlir I lUspowd of the body by throwing II into the water o Tlio woman nwionwl that the tune hud been depicted to her so dourly 1thatshe was curtain she could Identify Ibo murderer It his death occurred no I cording to tier drmtni When MIL Gregg arrived In Clmua noogn to attend the funeral of her huts build sho was asked about Jiw ronmric nblo vision by tin otlicors will hud t I cowrml the letter Hue again related the circumstances of the dream de drilling eke murder ni she had scn IL Tin tuirroundltiRs wore identical I wIMi those In which tho body of Gregg hud been found Her dcwrlpilon of the mitrdmr InllUd with the dosir1 lion ot Lon Ilfttflflil whom ofllcvni hnd jlniwl under arrest on the charge 0- 1Ithf iiumlor of Gregg 11lIlIIlllnlllll xldonre liavlnc tainted to him as tiu mility war Mrs trigg al that time I lad never seen llalfleld The oflle ra 1dc Id td to put hr IP a further IMI Placing llatnoM dressed MI he wne when captured lucotwpleiKwdy ninoHR n dozen other alai Mrs Gregg was brtniKhl Into the nom and asked to pick out iho innn whom she had eeerr In kin dream Mm Grng scanned the aFicmblaic of men Wore her enraful ly end without honltatlon pointed her tinges nt llatfield and rolHltd ugalu HIP Incldsets of her dream In the prow oar ot Hotfifld who was visibly at vied by the recital Mrs Uragg says that practically all this Important InrldMiis of bar lie Lave boim disclosed to her III drcatM previous to Ihulr ooowrreneo She has come to iilaoa grant faith In nor vision t ITHREE MEN to Drag Woman Ashore After IRequired Ccmpanlon Rescued Her St 1ouls Mo Juno 1aMrs Vie IrMa Nlntitrs was probably fatnlly In jurcd flunduy when a trestle tenm hitched to a buggy In which she was riding with J T IUDMti plunged from the ferry larding nt the toot of Mnrktt street A deck bond slanumd Iho gales us the nos s of iho homes ioticlieil the Lent Ilorsan and Mrs Nltttini were tdgi U underneath the buggy uiiil were druggtd Into the MIsslsnlppliThe man though Itnselt Injured oxtricsti blimtelf and swam tu the horn with the unroiiHclous woman Mrs Nletarn wolghs ua poems nnd It took throe uiou n drug nor from the waters Odin t q nflor Ilorson hnd savant ashore with kr Lor Robbed or 10000 GSI Paul June 15 II C Taylor n of Seattle Wash was rob- bed of 10000 at the Union station in thlH Lily Sunday morning Mr Taylor with his wlfo nnd laughter was en route to Seattle from Europe As the putty was about to alight front a sleep Jug car air Taylor was jostled by two men one of whom readied Inside Pay Qnt Idrs coat lend secured a wallet con Ultllnti the money and tiecurltles Mr Taylor Imnudlstely shouted uu alarm lint iho urea escaped Maisacre Threatened Chicago June 1C Charges of per h jury In the Hip Lung Chlnevc murder stateLt tfrpreler that unless Hip Lung and his courtsaChin clan would bo wiped out by meat 1 btrs of the On Leung Tong Tho Chi nose colony In Clark street Is worked up to a point of frenzy over the dts witnessestFloridaTin her starboard side 10 feet high and Jt 20 feet wide made by an American Whitehead torpedo the monitor Klor Ida Is now In one of true stone drjdocka at tho Norfolk navy yard o For New Colliers Washington Juno 15Ott July 1 the navy department will open bids fur coatyit be turned over to the government com 1t Vlete 4 t r 0 ITHE PERSISTENT TROUBADOUR TWO DIE IN 350000 FIRE ACKING HOUSE IN KANSAS CITY SUFFERS IN BLAZE Conflagration Follows an Explosion Which Is Felt Over Doth the Neighboring Cities Kansas City IoTwo laborers lost ilmlr lives two others wore seriously Injured and property loss ontlmatcd at between UWOOO ant 350000 was ansoil by two explosions followed by a lire ip the packing houno of Mnrrld oft Co at the rlvpreldo In Kansas City Kan trlday The force of the oxplo tlons which was foil all over bout Kansas rule ruined the cold storage building and the flro that folio vied do strayed the smoko house with Its con tentsAn explosion of newor gas rasulied when a water man In one of the cold storage departments lighted n match This was followed by another and much more serious oxploslou erased by tho Igniting of a quantity of ammonia and a stubborn firs soon slatted The Morris plant lu loralod near the channel of the Kaw river and being In the cantor of the flooded district Is In a swift current of water from six to eight foot deep This condition made the task of fiKhllng tho lire most illfllcult and It re lulrod five hours to place the flames tmdor con trotOor a time the entire taunt twined Uoomeil Fire apparatus was ra BIKrtod to the scene After much A flat by lint ron Photo wore SO mon In tin plant whim the oxplorions aceurrvd but all exempt four escaped Two ot tluMO were Instantly klllod and ihure badly mangled Autlgo Wilt Tho plant of tho nut Veil ring and Seating Com puny was destroyed by Hro shortly iflur midnight Tho loss Is about 130000 Albuquerque N 1g The entire plant of the Continental 011 com essay with iho exnnptlon of tho of flee building burned Friday Nearly 100000 Rations ot coal oil giuolliio and naphtha wore destroyed Iou10000 JOSEPH LEITER MARRIED Young Millionaire Weds Miss Juliette Williams In Washington Wnhlogton A woddlng of unusual Interest Will that which took place nt the house of tho brides parents W lu 3day of Miss Jiillcttu Williams daughter of Col nod Mrs John H Williams of this city lo Joseph Iuiter Ion of the late Levi 7 1cltor of Chi cago und Washington The ceremony which was performed by Itev TathiT Iluckey assistant rec tor of Su Matthews Roman Catholic church was witnessed by about 20 persons Big Grain Elevator Burns Chicago In a spectacular fire which destroyed tho great grain elevator of the Tri Rtato Organ com pany In Hammond id Wednesday tight 250000 bushels of corn were de stroyed and property valued at 3200 000 including tho corn was burned Tho fire was caused by a hot box on a small whool on a grain bolt which was being used to hoist grain Into the ele vator Ancient Campanile Tottering Venice Tho campanile of Santo Stcfaiio church a Gothic structure of the fourteenth century which contains the tomb of the Dogo Francesco Moro Feint threatens to fall like the cam panile of St Marks which collapsed in 1902 The question of ilcmollshlne It Is under consideration Oliver H P Belmont Dies Now York Oliver II P Belmont aged CO years died at his homo In Hempxtead L t Wednesday after a ten days IllnciH with appendicitis Ills death had been anticipated for days but In the end U como suddenly Man Cub His Head Off Cleveland 0 Keturnlng from n danco lat Thursday night with his wife and four children Joseph Parolulskl committed sulcldo lt rao tlcajly decapitating hlmsolf razor niter a quarrel with his JthI JOHN VINES WRIGHT DIES He Was the Oldest Living ExMember of Congress Washington John Vines Wright who was tho oldest living oxmombot of congress tiled Friday at his home In this city Although near SO years old ho land been regularly at his desk In the general land odlco until two months ago when he had a stroko ol paralysis Ho lucid the unique dis tinction ot making more treaties with the Indians than any other man Judgo Wright was born In McXalry county Tennessee In 1828 and was educated In Ixmlsvllle Ho was lid milted to the bar In 1SB2 and war elected to congress In 8M serving In the memorable sessions preceding the civil war Ho when tho state of Tennessee secede In 1SG1 and served In the army until be was elect ed n member of lie confederate con gross While colonel of the Thir teenth Tennostieo regiment his horse was shot from under him at the bat Ho of lIelll1ont- Arler the war Col Wright served as chancellor sad judge of the miproinc court of Tennessee During Clove lands first administration ho was 1111 pointed chairman of tho northwest Indian comralifBlon In 1880 ho was a candidate for governor of Tennessee but was defeated THAW TO REMAIN IN JAIL Kept at Poughkeepsle Until Question of Change Is Decided Now York Marry K Thaw will remain in the 1oughkeopslo jail pending an application of his counsel to Justice Dowllng of tho supreme court for u change of the order com mUting him tu the State Hospital for the Insane at Msttcawan This de cision was rendered by Justice More chauser of Poughkeopsle after hearing arguments of counsel In this city Fri day on a motion to transfer the pris oner to any slates asylum other titan an asylum for Insane convicts Jus lice MoreohaitHor expressed the opin ion that It might be bettor for Thaw to be Incarcerated In sonic other asylum thou the one nt Matteawnn us It was evident that strained relations existed between tho head of the Mattcawan Institution and Thaw AGAINST IMMORAL SALOONS United States Brewers Association Adopts a Platform Milwaukee The United State HrewenT association at Its closing sos Hlon Wednesday adopted a platform of principles In which It pledges It self to tho abolition of tho Immoral saloon and to tho cause of temperance In the use of Intoxicants In the broad oat sense At tho afternoon session the convention voted to meet next year at Rochester X Y on tho first Wednesday In June Officers wore elected as follows President J Brown Hocheater N Y vicepresident C M Hobbs Bridgeport hid secretary George A Seager Rochester N Y treasurer C K Yates Hochcster X Y Theft Returned FounFol- dWashingtonSecretary Cortelyou has received In on envelope post marked Jersey City a conscience con tributlou of S000 which has been turned Into the conscience fund of the treasury In an unsigned letter the sender says that many years ago he und another man took a considerable sum of money belonging to the government and that this 8000 makes a total of 40000 or fourfold the amount originally taken by himself that ho has returned to the treasury from time to time In several years Congressman Dunwell Dead Washington Word reached her Friday night of the death ot Charles Tappan Uuuwtll reprftsentatlveof tht Third congressional district of New York at Brooklyn Friday Mr Dun well died from Drlghts disease Big Glass Works Bankrupt Centrulln lIJTho Allison Glast works of this city employing 300 men Friday filed a petition In bankruptcy with the fedora court Tbo llabllltlet uru given as 184000 with assets ol 150000 de TEMPERANCE LESSON Sundsy3chool Letson lor June 281908 SpecUDy Prepared for This Paper 1K8SON TEXT Eplirilann iCM Memory verges IS 1- COOLDKN TLeXTne not drunk with wine wherein U excss but be filled with the HplritKph lans 61- 9seIt1PTLItItERKItFNCCS ON TE t PERANCKaen 9S1 Unit 120 21 1 Ham 2TM 1 King 109 m16 Katb 110 11 1rov IOt SIM 220 11 Z935 314 ilia 611 12 K 2813 7 Dan 1321 51 6 Ho 411 Amos G6 NVh 110 Hob 21S Matt 24 48C1 Mark 1122 Luke 21 W Horn 1313 1 Cor 611 010 97-Gat 621 Kph 611 1 Theo 668 1 Tim 32 3 S Tit 224 6 J2 1 Pet 113 47 6K 1 Iet 16- TIMEPaut visited EphuulI twice the second time remaining more than two years This letter to the church he founded was written from Pl1u1I prison In Home A D 6961 or 60C- 2JUACKKphHm was a splendid city on the western const of Asia Minor south of Smyrna on the Aegean sea It was the capital of a Roman province rlcll tdnlatrou luxurious with the Immorali ties of Rome It had an amphitheater which would told 24KX persons and a macnlfleent temple to Diana one of the seven wonders of the world Comment and Suggestive Thought The specific note of this epistle U its IdJU of tho church as the body of Christ or In other words of the new humanity created In himEx posltors Ulble The first threo chap ters teach the theory of U the last three In which tho lesson lies teach the practice of It Tho argument of the first throe chapters Is that Christians are to lire hove and have their being In Christ the afro of the last three Is to show bow this union with Christ affects the dally walk and conduct The keyword of our lesson Is therefore Walk and its analysis Is 1 Walk In love vs 1G 2 Walk In light vs C14 3 Walk In wisdom vs 1521 To walk In love means to go on errands of love Let your dally walk and conversation be In the atmos phere of love Hejolco In the prosperity of others and seek In every way to Increase It That Is what God does and living thus Is Imitating him The temperance applications 1 No one can walk In love pf lute brother man and not be a total abstainer 2 Intemperance Is closely and In evltably associated with the three great sins which Paul names Impur ity covetousness and foul speech Houses of evil repute have always saloons connected with them The saloon Is kept up quite as much by the greed of the proprietor as by tho appetite of his customers The profane and indecent language of drunkards Is a matter of common observation When the wine Is In tho wit is out Paul gives many answers how we may walk as children of light 1 Seek tho fruits of the tight ItV verse 9 which Is all goodness and righteous ness and truth Have high Ideals drawn from the Bible 2 Prove what Is acceptable Ilt V well pleasing unto the Iord v 10 Take an your standard of pleas ure the actions that give God pleas ure This Is the test to apply to all doubtful amusements could you take Christ into them with you 3 Do nothing that you would wish to conceal Live In tho open Ask yourself every night whether you would be willing for God to publish tho en tits history of your day 4 Let your light shine Into the dark places vs 1214 Publicity Is one of the most potent remedies for evils Take down the saloon screens and the young man will hesitate long before lie will be seen there Turn the searchlight of public opinion Into tho ways of the saloon lobby at the state house Cause the railroads to publish their accounts and the Insurance companies and the trusts All evil loves darkness rather than light as fungus and mold luxuriate In dark cellars and disease germs multiply In dark bed rooms Let In the light 6 Remember that the light is not In you Christ shall give thee light Paul Is not quoting literally but Is translating Into the terms of Chris than experience several passages of the Old Testament such us Isa G0l Walk In Wisdom Paul has been speaking ol love and light as re gions through which the Christian should walk now he passes on to consider the manner In which the Chris tian should walk See then that ye walk circumspectly It V Look therefore carefully how ye walk not as unwise but as wise- Drunkenness may come from anything wherein Is excess from overindulgence In society in pleasure In music and hi the delight of listening to oratory Fullness of the Spirit calms fullness produced by excite ment suaten and exhausts The world of fnsbon either Is or affects to be proof against surprise and to have lost all keemesn of enjoyment We want the vision of a calmer anti simpler beauty to tranquillize us in the midst of artificial tastes we wont the draught of n purer spring to cool the flame of our excited life we want the fullness of the Spirit which can never IntoxlcatelP W Robertson Practical Points Alrohol is a mighty magician Tbo tired laboring man by Us aid can leave aching limbs and dull care behind and taste it it lin Only for a feverish mo ment of tho joy of bounding life The removal ot temptation will accomplish little unless higher tastes are formed Drink was not the curse in the east then which It Is with us now Hut I cannot forget that this same tolerant Snlpture with Its ample rec ognition of the genial side of human life contains some of tho most urgent warnings that can be written against the borror of intoxication h J 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alt Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same leetura Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management eta Free tatbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions anA 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 U fit a young person for an honorable and useful lift CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this cmnso that a young mos may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Erea a part of this course as tall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees t ACADEMY PREPARATORY 3 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gr man Algebra History Science etc fitting for ooUsse COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses whk use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods nhighest educoUOWlIstandards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching Tint year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to got a firstels certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening DaysIBerea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the mosey received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pa- In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting BoTca In order that it may train young men and WOSDOJ for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our atudents come Cross the best families and aro 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 Dust In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable trail lug and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In wla ter 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 wrlUng to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to one dollar a weekIPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas a4other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rearefor the tine buildings In which students Ilvq charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe fall and 3160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tag ot bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 60 cents in SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as winterIreturn of room key library books eta This la paid but once when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care ot school budd ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moat otudents Is 1300 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 la co nee with Latin anti 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by tho half term Installments are M follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250tn one payment 92200 Installment plan first day 1676 Including 100 deposit mlddleot term 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must lean for farm work 9401 SPRING7 weeks term for those wiio must leave for tlachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit mlddl or term 945 I REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any ones plred fraction ot a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply ta amount advanced for term bUll when be returns provided It is within fourt t terms but making no allowance for any fraction ot a mouth IT PAYS TO TAYl1en you have made your Journey aad are wWo t started In school U pays to stay as long as possible r f The first day of Spring term U March 28 IMS I The first dayof Fall term is September 16 ISOIIFor Information or friendly advice write to WILL C GAMBLEBEREA r That Premium Knife takes the ejcs of the men and boys who see itne mountain people lik a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with twe blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the uioxm tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife And The Citizen for One Dollar JTiat briugsLo lubjcriptioni all the time Jf you uafehot got It Of OUfiJlt 10 hUTK t fr Hd ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter X Harvesting the Results Hy Prat I ln m re 4 LOOKING FORWARD Another fair way to Judge the efficiency of a school Is to observe the signs o purpose In tho minds of the pupils particularly the older ones Iiav they some definite worthy aim 1 life or are they merely drifting hither and thither like a leaf on a pond T How many are planning to seek further education than the dis trict Mhool affords How many have their minds set to Improve on the conditions around them Are those young people planning to take high places In the world around them as teachers preachers farmers mer chants anti mechanics If they can not now deoldo what their future av ocatlon shall be are they neverthe less laying a firm foundation foe whatever opens up before them These are pointers that show what is being done The toaehor who fires the minds of his pupils with noble aspirations Is doing mush If ho did nothing oleo Cut fortunatbly no must be doing his whole duty In order to do that We cannot conceive of a lazy and shirking teacher creating enthusi asm In his pupils It tnkes fire to kindle fire and fuel to keep It burn Ing It It a oommon saying In those days that ovary boy or girl that really desires It may have a thoro education Schools abound on overt side offering tho means of education to the humblest and the poorest It remains for the teacher to kindle the desire and show the way It we cannot discover those signs there Is something wrong with tho teaching 5 HABITS OF READING AND SELFIMPROVEMENT If such work as that which hat been outlined In this book hu been faithfully performed even one term of school will show gratifying results The pupils will be In poaeetoa of some good books andpill have acquired th taste and habit of rending They should be encouraged to keep on add Ing to their stock of books and to continue their reading If they do this they are certain to go on gath ering knowledge and Improving their minds Otherwise at the end of the term their education comes to a standstill and their minds begin to grow rustyThe teacer should have the com munlty and the school so organised and cooperating that a reading or literary society will go on thru the vacation When tho mental power of the district has been gotten Into fine working order thru six month of effort It is poor economy to let It lie idle for the next half year There la not only the loss of what might be accomplished but the inaehlpery Is certain to rust and get out of order from disuse Much time nod effort will bo required to put It In shape again It oannpt but be a source of sat isfaction to tho teacher to know that his work is going forward after his term of service Is over that Ms plans for the betterment of the neighborhood are being carried out The leaders and workers owe their I training to him and the greater their I success the more Joy and credit to himA course of reading may bo laid out for tho pupils that will last thru the vacation taking so much a t day or week Each one may write the teacher a letter at the end of a month telling him what they have accomplished and receive In return suggestions for further work This will be something definite and the letters will bo a source of pleasure to all concerned Subjects for discussion for the lit erary society may be furnished 01 they are asked for which they are likely to be In this way the teach or no matter where ho may be can keep In touch with his pupils and i patrons until the next term begins INiever a valuable possession Friend- Ship forms a large part of the Joy of living and should be encouraged In the school not so much between sexes but friendship among he boys and among the girls Everyone should be friendly to all but If two boys and two girls find themselve o1Section They should bo cautioned not to withdraw themselves from the oth ers to the detriment of games and general sporfa Such would be eel tr J fish and would prove a hindrance to schoolfThere will bo many opportunities eachethenpleasure of their schoolmates Among the mottoes that adorn the walls one should bo tho Biblical prov orb Ho that would have friends must show himself friendly The story of David and Jonathan may be read as there Is perhaps no finer example of friendship between two men In nit literature a friendship that lasted thru two generations Let tho pupils discuss tho respective situa tions of David and Jonathan How did this friendship appear to origi theradmiration ot Jonathan Is admiration a basis for friendship How did Jonathan prove his love for David Would a selfish or littleminded man In his position have shown enmity rather than friendship What did Jonathan sacrifice to David Did be do It cheerfully and willingly Which one showed tho deeper affection Why Rend Davids lament over the death of Saul and Jonathan By what does ho measure tho love of Jonathan for him Another famous example Is that of Damon and Pythias which imiy boo found In any encyclopedia Many auoh friendships have been consider ed Important enough to be recorded In history They are given to teach ua tho value of friendship to show us whit a true friend will do for anotherIf desire the friendship if worthy people and that Is the Mad we should always seek Ow first necessity Is that we should be true and noble unselfish and thoughtful of others Then we shall net lack for esteem which Is tile first step toward frleAd blptWhen we have made a friend we aboulA be at pains to retain his liking It Is oftener eaater to make Mends than to keep them Friend ship Ilka any other virtue must be cultivated It Is not wte to count too much or draw too heavily upon a newmade friend neither Is it well to make capital out of cur friends That Is not true friendship Rather we should strive to add to the happiness and rejoice In the prosperity of those whom we V ve and whose esteem we covet And finally we mutt be Just u willing and a4 anxious to be a true friend to others as to win them for ourselves This Is the real secret of It all The man who complains of having no friends Is too selfcntred to win the affection of others Ho himself la not a friend to any one 7 RETAIN YOUR POSITION It IB not wise nor In the long run prof- Itable to be always changing places A teacher can do more the second term than the first and still more the third Ills main thought should be how much good he can do rather than how much salary ho can draw Yet neither is It well for a young teacher to remain forever In the place whore ho begins his work The author has frequently recom mended young teachers to remain three years In a place then when they have mastered Its difficulties and oxpanded their own powers they may for the sake of Increasing their usefulness seek a larger and more difficult field whera they will be obliged to put forth new efforts to meet the requirements It Is every ones duty to look to his own growth and now conditions and moro difficult problems are often the best means for advancement In skill and power It must not be forgotten that tho surest road to advancement Is thoro work In whatever situation we are pieced and that one school Is about as good as another In which to show strength Some teachers make the mistake of supposing their pupils the dullest and their patrons the most Indifferent and unappreciative In the country The Idea Is utterly wrong There are no pupils so stupid and no patrons ao apathetic that they cannot bo reached If the right means are rmployed and It Is the greater glory to succeed under unfavorable conditions If a teacher really merits the es teom of his patrons there Is little danger that his light will be hidden ven In the mot obscure neighbor toc4Dend luilldlng firmer there It will not a bi long until his namo will be In every lucuth his praises will be sung and Lis fame will go abroad People never bnow any wisdom by kcepl is ipiUt x htn they have a good tht They always boasting of It to ihrs thereby erdnn Poring thir otvv caceful posssvelu Presently there Is a bid from some other neighborhood and they are obliged to raise tho salary or lose their prize Finally some larger and moro desirable field appeals EO strongly that no Inducement can bo offered to hold him and he takes his leave amid tho regrets and protests of allHo leaves behind him true friends faithful hearts and an enviable rec ord and goes to his new work as one who has been sought for and scoured as a prize and not as one who seeks a position with many explana ions of why his last school was not satisfactoryThat one who reads this book may win tho highest possible sueeeas not by ohlaanory nr whini lug but by earnest honest efforts la the wish of the author THE SOD MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES Continued hm lint flee It has been decided to continue the building f1C the brlok buelnsea Mock and the store In U will be fir lahotl up but It is not yet retain whether the hotol will te finished or ROt i Auto the trustees decided to have the college take oanrg of tile aID truttlon of the sidewalk tattled for In the recent town ordinance The trustee all believed that a brick walk would be better bec4we It la possible to replao OM brick with out tearing up a liege bkek of the walk and ao It cut be kept IM better repairs cheaper For this reason the walks on the campus winch wiii also be built this sunnier will be of brickApart from these things which make a muck smaller lift of Improvements than usual the college will stand ttlll during the next year Two very pleasing feet were brought out In the reports to the trustees two facts which show the wisdom with which the fund of the college have been raised and handled It wu shown thatvvery dollar which had been given to the college or any specific purpose has been htpt- aDd Is now being used for lust the purpose for which It waa given All funda are intact In the second place It wu shown that the railing of funds lIu eat only about six per cent of the amount raised So far M is known this te tu best record ever made by a benevolent Institution The nearest approach to It known la a record of 15 per coat In cue cacti and It is known that often the cost runs up to M to GO per cent There will be several additions to the faculty next year see Gee Norton Kills of Tabor College ad who wu for ninny years profacaor In Olivet College will come here as prorM r of Latin Mila Welch who has D0ea teaching Latin will mooted Mr W A Cook as professor of Greek James Faulkner former president of Union College at Baraonrvilt and a recent graduate of Harvard Collage and the Theological Department at Boston University and a brother cf Judge Faulkner will come as head of the extension department John CaUse a graduate of Park College RydenAcademy all Instructor In mathematics In the Normal Department FrancIs Clark who graduated this year becomes In structor In horticulture and mountain agricultureThe present at the met lug were James Bond D D lion Curtis F Burnam S1 0 Hanson A B Thomson n D Wm g Barton RogersGuy I iA3cR DESCRIPTION OF A STORM ON BEAR MOUNTAIN It was late In the afternoon of a day In Juno that a plcnlolng party composed of members ot the Convo cation and visiting friends mado Its way to the top of Bear Mountain or as It Is locally knwn Bear Knob This spot was chosen for two seas Otis First because from Its summit the slater teaks wore In view and the broad expanse of the Blue Grass lay like an open book and second becauso north of Blast Mountain on the border ot Virginia Bear Knob is one ot the highest points In Kentucky Since the entire party did not ap pear on tho scene at once it was no little source of enjoyment to me to hear alternately oaoh newcomers ex clamations of awe and delight It was our purpose to have our evening meal far away from the haunt of men and the enrOll oC life thou to worship In the solitude and rejoice In the Ood of nature who hath given us our dally bread add made us capable ot enjoying the blowing and Him that glvoth TM scene it beautiful beyond des crlpUott Pilot Knob with the get ting boa gliding IU pointed summit and bathing It In a wa of glory lay far sway to the northeast lure In tile foreground Mood least PlnpAoio In all ot its splendor and dignity Faraway to the north lay the broad lands of the Blue Grate quietly and bully sleeping Suddenly the pleture began to dark en At tho some huge shadow had fal len upon It Then the low resound ing thunder told us a storm was on There n symbol of power before us same the storm There like sheep In winter stood human beings trait No heart stood VIM la terror No heaving breast scads sigh A storm WU cm the amatol It was care to sae or tile The wind west ragtag over Th tree were laughing wild And then la Oodl own open We stood serene sad mild Too full of praise tor utterance Too full of Joy for song We stood enwrapped with Nature And drank its baaatte long Each passing momeat gave a A picture pure sad true Now emerald now glowing erin And ebons BightIlka hue Then field with opal setting And farmhouse lost la gray Th tree as hedge rpwe posing And pike and windswept way These made tU picture perfeot LIke OM Moaaic wrought Ah perfect wag the picture Aad happy rati the thoughtA May STATE NEWS 1CaNaee ft n Pint Pep lag cad destroyed u tobacco bets of Gee StreaM Mr Strauss is a prom inent cigar maker of Winchester and had mad a tobacco tied la the rear of blr tactoVy and lead token pains to guard It from night rhlera aad ores night when he thought he WIll tafa they cam and completely destroyed the plants No one saw them when they cone In but the tracks showed sign of about K men their coining anti going Is a mystery gantry S NEW CUAIIIIIAN nEltI LtOAN I NATIUNAIj COUtirXTKK I CHICAGO CONVENTION I CoutlnueJ froth llrt 1agn The main points of tho platform are clearly understood Thorn will of course be an an Indorsement of tho poAolc and actions of the President and promises to carry out these poll cies In legislation There will also bo a promise of a definite revision of the tariff possibly with tho statement that In no ease should the duty on an article amount to more than the dif ference In the cost of production hero and abroad This last provision will bo bitterly fought by the great trusts tome of which like tho steel trust depend on an excessive tariff to maintain high prices hero It will almost certainly bo In the first draft mayIfloor Other planks favor a thoro ro form of the currency laws extension of the forest reserve system and the reclamation and Irrigation work in the west a national Incorporation law and other similar reforms The plank will not be so rough that It will not he possible to harmonies most mom hers of the party on them Wd pro batty even the extreme ooneurvatlvea will Join in It will be a distinctly reform platform however and as always one mueh more sane and reaaoaabl than Uie wild schemes of fered by the DtmoeraU The question of the fleeial nomination has net yet been tot tied and there may be quite a little fight over It It has not even been derided whether ties victorious Tntt people will allow the aifle to name tile vkepreeMtnt or whether they will prat horse their advantage anti take that ptee too Senator D ltlvar of Iowa a utaadaatur and INN tary Cortclyou have been mesa urota Inentb named for the plae Of i course others want It but the chanoea now seem to favor Mr Oortelyou The hearing of the contmt the Taft dfUKM hu rr ua1nltI most always In favor of Tart or three of the opponents have bn seated au thi slight evldein that seine of the preceaied goes to show that th Commutes wanted to give the allka the tweent of BVT bane Even al the Lest however thi allies i made a v ry poor showing The weaknrxii f their case was prvvwd by the fart that tho many numbers of the CniniiiiMa have ttvn triads of ate ir anoher of ihr silo or even mcmlx rs contesting drlfKatltttu there has not IMWB a case wh n they thought It wls to uk fur a roll all on the rUf tloii of seating d brate- They faw that the awe wrr pour I that they would disgrace tbertsdves- by voting for the contA tatr and did not want to fall out wlh th friends by voting agalnit th m 0Ithey refused to vote Ttv charge of favorlt m which j have been made against the Com mitt have come only from the allies or their campaign managers and even some of them have had to admit that they had very poor ease Mti who ar on neither aids tay that the contest have been decided OB their merits and that that of them had nwritsOne thing la of iatenat to Kentuckian After be Iliad failed to get the National Committee to seat any aa at his trumped up contents from tM Fifth District la this state Mr Bradley threw op the outer eon teste and withdrew la a rage The Committee was not asked by any one- to vote OB the ecnteat 4ts action wu unanimous That dill not prudent charges by Mr Bradley and two Chi- cage papers quote him Uw nut tiny as having mid that he would got onto the floor of the convention and make a peraanal attack on Mr Taft that would be Wry Interesting Of coarse such a performance would hurt the trek t badly and Mr Bradley next day wrote to the papers dpny lag that Its said any such thing The pallets published his letter but we- have not been able to find that they took back their statement High Finance i01 i s lays roots at the tapI- r i IjBb the othor foKovr ott THE MARKET J fiWorse Prices iv Eggs per dozenliecflutter per lb15200 Potatoes Irish per bu12G Apples per bu3 00 Straw terries per Qt 10llc Bacon per IblOl1u 1b1214tc Lard per Ibl2c Chickens oa foot per lb lie Chickens drMted per IK UVic 4LiveLouisville June 16 1903 Choice export steers 0 00 5P Choice butcher steers G 25 I Choice butcher steers G 25 6ti0 Medium butcher steers 4 79 1i5 Common butcher steers 4 38 4 Ui Choice butcher heifers C 25 590 Medlunv butcher heifers 4 00 500 Common butcher heifers 3 26 4 CoO Choice butcher sows 4 2C 4II t Medium butcher oow 3 CO 4 S a Common butter cows 2 76 I rtf cannel 1 21 215 Choice tat oxen 4 CO G 63 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 4 Choice bulls 3 CO 45 Medium built 2 7G 3ii 27iClMMedium veal calves S lip 100 CeujMin ealvea 2 CO 0 ro Goodfeeders 4811 G to Medium feedtra 4 00 4 roO Common feeders 3 CO 4 fd Choke tock steers 4 00 4 10 Medium stock steer 3 CO 4 O Common stow steed 3 00 s roto Choice stock heifers 15 S 76 Medium ttetk heifers 2 M 15Commas mixed shakers 2 to 2 II Choice nillah sews 35 00 46 O Medium touch cows H 00 30 G Common mulch cows II II 28 OS zoos holie kn and ubr t OO iba 6 60 Irdliin ieker and Iti- nn to 2 oO Ibt g 60 Choh r 111 jIIO Ih 46i- Igti Ic SOW lbs 4 t0 flghtrI peril lul G f Hour r 800 lb M 4 0 angle Ciioloo tai beep 4 4 75 lfedkarep M f oe 101111 i lep- nik p a ui w a et- Cho J 7 U Sct 6 CO Cued l irir lamh 4 N 6 at Cull and tdleDd M 4 e- MESS Iu1tK3 WIHAMS botc iBa- am i red light iII cur 1111 heavy t0 iii linii iiUVir JflllllInBJItIfrHACON Clear rib uUr 83c rg rrir Idea 8 4 Ir rai lit Larva HV iUir urtdI ii d nLamp tii 9c btIllh rght 10 cIh3 iAitn iriL storm l reeVpure Itllf n tierce u lu tab+ DRIED EEBFet- cEaass ses rount lk per doe raiicllej ion 1 Hi na16c per lb IOLLTRY Spring Mn Is to SIM hen lOc dudll to turkey c ie ducks lie WHBAt No t Mt No 3 90c- 0CORNNo s 2 white aLe No S mixed 7p- eOATNew No t white KVtt 9 mired 6Mtc- RYB No X Northern lOa Kp 1 I INorthern 860 I A Louisville story SaGa that Jamw Howard Intends to be an Evangtillit tint Ite baa aeoepttd a job aa clerk at tltt per month Mr Howonl must rid himself ot othor deeds laid at lets feet before the Qoebel affair lIOulsIlot Christ from the pulpit But who knows he may be a reformed man and consecrated to his WorkI v 4oallhyilleevy hUltIO tong as they confine their heavy drinking to waturW It C n Intnn M D OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Central Avnme nml Court Street Clnrliiiiiill Ohio r Thin college wis organized in 1815 nml the 03iil Annual Session begins Ootobor Otl 1008 1iilH U tho first Donlnl qllego Oflt4 bllBliel in the West It la coeduentloiml and liaa Giich Ing corps of twenty Instruqlorg IM bulldliigs nro modern and ntlnptcd to the requlrontoiiU of inoilurn dental education aiullt clip1FaI Placeslpcinhntl I I I WANT FLOWERS Out Iloniir Tnbln Peru funeral Uwlgiu WriliUng rlnooi Vetted flint a er+ y f KY + + eioSoo- o 0o n S i e o e oo o e 0 t e CITY rnnsr us OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE tills Viola Clltk left last week for her homo at Kirby Knob for her sum mar vacation Mrs J It Maker has been Quito 111 for the put tow weeks Dr and Mrs W 0 neat have moved intr their new home on E tlll Street while Mr and Uri U M Bur- gees have moved Into the little Cote tap tl Inter street jutt vacated by thaw Prof M K Marsh went to Frankfort TuMJc n huln61 Mr A I Allen and family ot John Kon Cu Ky have curved Into the hnuN I rnter street wntly oo rupld L Ira ClagaU- Mlat Allen TreaUway aud Bton imkai Tuesday for a vilt with flied Irvine Brtll Springs and 1 the paator ot the Mtho lUst t itsiu at Wallacetoti and bta wife I oe pleats ot Mr and IraI K a vviiiiH last Thursday aud Frt dayMr t 1 Holiday who has IHMo nufftrlig fur the put few weeks with health Mrs J T Scrlvner loft Saturday for a vlatt with her son Arch Scrlvner at IMnevlli Ky Mrs R L quits 11 at the Ural of the Wt k I tleV Wiolf who has a i oitloa I- nlaIII + awe laat Tuesday for a 1 ult tin lily dtet1 Mrs W O 1or trMrp Jay Walker of Dayton Ky l wade fc hint visit Sunday to see his Mister and aoionipanled iy lda Bitter and mealier went back to Dayton Mr V A Johnson C C Rhodus anti B T Fish attended Ie Demo critic Convention at Lexington last t weak Mr Flah WIll a deto Uei and t l tMbuelalm the oonvsntlon- s TOWN TAXES DUEM1 tax pay am in the town of Derea are hereby r motttteil that taxes for the year 1808 art diet must bo paid to me W L Harrlion Colloctor- Mls Btta Oar loft Santiago Cal Juue 12 She will stop In Los Angeles and ego her slater and will make short visits at other cities on her way to Berea Clyde Stllwoll has arrived Berea from his short visit In tho north Mr Stllwoll will bo general stenog rapher for tho Treasurer the As sistant and Secretary Gamble Miss Sarah Stewart and Miss Helen n Murphy spent Friday with Mrlll Leng follncr Miss Helen Murphy Miss Sarah Stewart homo Saturday where she will spend a week FOR SALEA clock six feet high 100 years old In perfect order price reasonable See D C Pulltns Berea Ky- Rolla Hoffman one of Koreas graduates this year has secured a place as teacher in Wyoming In Mr Mathenoys school Grover George has gone to ten tral Ohio to spend his vacation work- Ing on a farm near Croton wti RICHMOND 1Uou No IBS PHONE ALBERT I The Porter Co tINCOroUTlD tPHONE12 BEREA + s- ooeeooeeeooSoSosoSoeoSoSoSoSoioSoSoeo Berea and Vicinity 0esl0ooeoeooootsooooeWlooooe DR BEST DENTISTI dt PwiltjvlllRcr 8PrlnllII nrandeahtrgwU alternatefIn ii In cccompanled GREENHOUSES ILOOOooeoeooooo00000oooolseBEREA AUGUST 678ALL COMES JPt Edwards entertained at Us home tho students who are working for tho college with a lawn social Friday evening Games and sports were onjqyed as was leo cream About forty were present Prof L V Dodge left Monday morn lag to attend the O A n State Sn oarapment at Lima Ohio fram there he gees to Toledo and thin to Hills dale Xleblgan for a day WANTS TO LHASS FARM LAND Parties having about 100 aarta of good farm laud In Madison County or adjoining Blvegntea Coanrlve for toaae will do wan to address 7IDr Thomson will apeak Sunday evuinsr Jane n at 710 oclock in the Pm M lodes on toe subject oXJera M m and will MhMtnite it with a atri of teraptieoM views livery Mary Invited MI M H Clao0U and daughter Vi left Tuesday for Yankton South tikiii where they will snake their fmuif home Dr Ciaa tt boa bees la Yaiiiion fur some time and has built up quite an extensive practice Mister NeW HAley and Lucy llavf1 will Isaru the latter part of chi week for a vtalt with friend at WlHatiii urg and CorMn- Mis Mary lemma Adams of IlUh miul U the guest of Mrs Sallie Adam on Center street Walter EMU a student of DI ra wh ia In lu Lexington alaea Cc mmrii ceniiii was in Berea Tuesday and left fur hla home in Texas NOTICE No person In the town of Berea Ky shall commence the section of any building on the streets without having the lines and oomera tot determined by the Board of Trustee Aar violation of this Sec tion Is flnaMf In auy sum Rot low then toil nor more than twenty dollars at provided In See 71 ot the Tows Ordinance J Vf Stephens Chairman Qeo W Shoakleyv Clerk Joes Huff a former student of Deg yea who has been ntt ndlne school at tha University of WiHontln has ar rived Jn Beroa to assist Mr LengifuJl nor IK the tinning business OBITUARY Mrs Mallnda Ambrose aged 87 years died at the homo of her brother Mr frank Ambrose near Berea Saturday June i Mrs Ambrose waS born In North Carolina but came early to this state where sho has lived Over since Sho had been a member of tho Baptist Church slnco she was fourteen years old and a de voted Christian most of her life Her final Illness was LaGrippe and old age Mrs Ambrose had a host of friends to mourn her death Her last words wore I am going home to duo no more Her remains were laid to rest in the Berea Cemetery The Real Thing youngfellerInhabitant Tho old man Is warm barnnuLaunJItrh i UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 5olben 5iocev Go pbonc 184 main Street Opposite Gittjcn Office Dvmoi o4olooemeoegietolot o o I College Items f 0 0- o HERE AND THERE op o 00800080800800008 MM Kato Coddington and Her mother left Tuesday noon for Ohio They wilt pond a week there visit- Ing and then will go to Roanoke Va A mistake was made a few weeks since In the Item concerning Miss Nina Lamsou She Is now Mrs Edward Dunn Instead of Dann More than eighty students are remaining In Dorea this summer mak ing up studies and working on the college farm and In the various shops Prof Marsh Is Summer Regent bar lug ohargo otall students who re nuts In Boron during vacation having an office hour In Lincoln Hall dally from 12 to 1 and meeting all tho students for conference In the East Room at Ladles Hall Sunday morn hip at oclock Thor was a reception for the stu dots in town at the Library on Tues day light sect there will be a lawn party for them under the ausplclea of the Christian Endeavor Society In trout at Lincoln Han Friday night Free Frost attends the seventy fifth anniversary of Ute founding of Oberiln JHM 8046 speaking in Louisville June 16th and will be in Berea a few days before starting for Chantatjvo K V whir he speaks on Jet Std- Anderos B Jones II pMuUag the summer in Lexington hU address being 231 But Short street Mr Wm H Haney a former atud nt of ere writes that he has just graduated from the Danville Law School sod will go Into partnership with Mr Zeb A Stewart who Is City Attorney at Oorbta Ky Miss L A Moors left Monday morning for Peoria IU where she will spend her vacation Miss lana Smith will stay at the hospital during her aueaaM- Mtaa RoMnaoo left Tuesday for Wellington Ohio She will speid a few days with Miss Douglass and from there ehe pee to New Hampshire where she will spend the rest of her vacation visiting In Laeonta Wheeler Hall Hanover and Meredith SHEET MUSIC My Mothers Grave Is the title of a new copyright song with words by James W nth and Music by A Rlcordo of Chicago The poem was published in the Western Chris Usa Advocate Cincinnati February at ION Mr Loath Is a teacher and has a State Certificate which is valid till 1015 He was a former schoolmate of Attorney General N B Hays under Urn tuition of Judge James D Black Prloa 50 cants For further par ticular oall at the office of The CUlien Porter Drug Co or address the author at Ilydon Leslie County Kentucky OFFICE HOURS- The office of tho College Treasurer will be open each week day morning from 946 to 12IPersons wishing to do business with the office will save themselves trou ble by conforming to this arrange mont as the office will not be open evenings Thos J Osborne INDIANS PLAY BALL A very Interesting baseball game was played Friday afternoon between the Pioneers of Richmond and the Nebraska Indians The Pioneers is one of the best league teams In the beI0 But Rlchmdhd was at a disadvant age because ono of her beat players got hurt in tho first Inning and their test catcher was reserved to play tie league team of Lawrenceburg About 1200 people witnessed tho game Learning Obedience The only way of teaming to do a thing la to do It The only way of learning obodleoce trout Christ la to give op your will to him and to make the doing of his will the ono desire aad delight of your heart Andrew Murray Front Vladivostok for Europe Once every week a perfectly equipped express train leaves Vladi vostok for Europe The journey to Bets may be comfortably made In less than 14 days and to Paris or Loadon in IS days I Real Factors In Our History Truths wo sincerely and heartily be lip govern our whole life Conse tjiiently our beliefs are the real factor In our bistoryDawsonS- haroholders Get the Money Life insurance compasses In Japan ere payfBg 1C per neat dividends In one of them the director got only 3 10J fees for their years dark- TUBHRCULOSIS Remedy supposed to have been found For the third tlmo a remedy is claimed to have been found that wakes cattlo Immune from tubercul MIl now sujoiflBful this remedy is remains to be seen Many people are Inclined to dlsbtltevo suoh statements aa two or three supposed to be sure cures bare failed Dut Professor G Heymans a Swiss Scientist announced at a meeting of the M uua Medical Society that an exlttinely important discovery had been made The process Is simple ono milligram of tuberculosis baocllll Is placed in a laced sack the cover of which is made of a reed Tho whole Is then enclos ed in a gelatin caspule and sewn un actsIbacilli to multiply at first but to dim lib later Front 10 to IS months the reed cover can be withdrawn Then says I Prof Heymans the animal is perfectly Immune from tuberculosis 5c Per YardSi- mpson i and American Calicoes BEST THAT IS MADE I MRS S R BAKErtY PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY I I Jf KENTUCKY TAXES Tho following article on the subject of Taxation came to us from the Committee on Taxation of tho Ky State Development Association ARE YOUR TAXES HIGH ENOUGH FOR YOU A growing communltrneeds con statly larger public revenues More money Is constantly required for roads schools streets sewers pub lic buildings and a great many other things that go to make the outfit of a progressive modern community Even economical government costs money If a community Is pro gressive The question facing Kentucky is Can the State counties towns and cities get the larger revenues they need to moot these Increasing de mands by the tax system now In use In Kentucky Tho Kentucky Stato Development Association realizes the Importance of this question and has created a Com mittee on Taxation which has for some time beeu engaged In Investigat ing this question Tho conclusion of this committee Is In line with the conclusion reached In every State where a system of taxation similar to that in use In Kentucky has been followed Tho conclusion is that It Is impos sible properly to care for the owing needs of the State and of its counties and cities on the present plan of raising public revenues with out Imposing upon every class of property a burden heavier than It should boora burden so heavy that property which can not be hidden will be undervalued property that can be hidden will be concealed and property that can be moved easily will leave the State TIe system by which Kentucky raises all Its public revenues State county and municipal is the aystein commonly In use everywhere fifty years ago but which hoe now been abandoned In whole or In part by proarlve slid prosperous States and which oUter States are preparing to abandon for methods better adapted to the new forms of property that hue cause into existence dur tog recent years and better adapted to meeting the severe competition that exists between States la the of fort to attract new business eater prlees The average tax rate Including all taxes In cities of the second class in Kentucky la about 170 on each hundred dollars of property In cities of the third claw It is about 267 In clUes of the fourth class It is 117 and even In the small towns In the fifth class It to 110 Manifestly each tax rates are not I conducive to the development of I the community It la equally maul flit that the public revenues are none too large but that on the contrary they should be larger to provide satiny of the things absolutely needed In a progressive community How I shall tneee things be provided under our present system which leaves us nothing to do but pile an additional I rate of taxation on a rate already too high with the oertalnlty that still t moro taxpayers will bo driven into evasion or plain perjury In order I to swipe their taxes IIt is possible to ralso these raven ues by a different system with less hardship It Is possible to meet nqt I only all present demands but all future demands If wo will but in statute a system of taxation better ad apted to tho varying capacity of dif ferent classes of property and eo arranged that millions of dollars of pioperty that now escape taxation will I be brought urn the assessment rolls while the unjust burden that now reeti upon real estate will be relieved There is a great field of special triedlaudthe sources of revenue so that the burden may be none too heavy on any par ticular class of property and the age gregato returns larger Every matt pays taxes whether he is on the assessment lists or not It reaches him some way Every man IS therefore vitally concerned in hav ing In Kentucky the best tax system that can be evolved from the ex perience of men It is in fact tied to the worsta system that has been denounced by one tax commlslon af ter iJolhw In nearly every State In the Union as wholly unfittedin roM ern conditionsas putting a handicap on progress a penalty upon holiesty t L A Davis M D OFFICE AT RFSIDENCE PHONE SO CINTlll ST Dr Howard SwitzerO- ffice and Residence CENTER STREET PHONE 66 BEREA KY SR BAKER DENTIST OFFICE In Biker Build ing Richmond Strut BEREA KY IOwe loam frr S tm 4 City Pbn 1X3 Teeth extracted without pactSMoftme SEE Din ABOUT YOUR EYES Ola to Suit All Condition J M Early Jowbler EngraverMBerea Kentu- ckyTombstones When you want to buy one wait for GILBERT REYNOLDS Iteprrsentlnc Richmond Marble Company He will treat you right ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small bc I I HYDEN KY Bargain in Real Estate A five room collage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters foroow horse OOuhl kens Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain If taken at once For par ticulars see if L Splnk Berea Ky a burden on the man ot small means a premium upon perjury The committee U sending out from time to time matter bearing upon various phasoa of this Important ques lion If You are Interestedand how can you help being interested in a platter that digs deeper Into your pocketbook every yearsend your name and address to the committee and It will put you on its mailing list It costs you nothing It com mits you to nothing You merely join us In getting Information on tho sub ject from every possible source and spreading It Every State is studying this question and great light is being thrown on It It Is a business quest ion the business of every man who earns a dollar and this committee is engaged in trying to secure for it from the taxpayers of tho State tlln attention It deserves Every man In Kentucky can make money by help Ing to give the State a better system of raising public revenues On the back of this folder you will find the names of the officers of this organic atlon You will want to know who It Is that you ore asked to Join hands withCommittee on Taxation ft the Ky State Development Association Room 506 Columbia Building Louisville Hlttorlc English Church The oldest Protestant church ia England Is the Moravian Recently tho London congregation celebrated the 450th anniversary of its organlza tlon This was held In the same build l Ing whore John Wesley experienced his wonderful change of heart Pity the Millionaire Dont grumble Think of the poor dyspeptic millionaire who has to live 9andtho next one when they never did agree with hlmttAUanh Constltu tlon i a a o The Citizen A finally aswspapr for ill that Is right o tAl and Interesting rnblUhrd ertiy Thursday al aercs Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated 1 CUnUy Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rata FAYABUt IN ADVANCH 01 Year Its 61 1 Mouth e Three Moths SS send money by Post oElce or Kapren Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one tad lws tent stamps The date after your name on Ubel bows to what date subscription tpaid If It I not changed within three week stet teomal otlljr us- Mlsinat number will be gladly supplied l we- are ootlfitd Fine Premium given for new tib ctlptt mi and prompt renewal Send for Premium vast Liberal terms given to any who obtain ew for UI Any one adlu usiour early ubecdptloaeantedeceTheClWcfret fif hfmtelf for one year Advertising rates on application MitMkca or KENTUCKY TRESS ASSOCIATION 11 is a lucky Iceman who owns a few ponds somewhere near the north pole this winter Europe will regard it as a shabby trick if Japan and the United States Insist on being good friendsIIt is useless for holdup men when they have to give up their revolvers to ask that the women be deprived of their hatpins Boston will sink into the sea this year rays a calamity prophet This will be fine for the sacred codfish on top of Faneuil hall It Is evident that the young MIs- sourian who fell heir to a fortune the day after ho enlisted is going to be one of the most popular recruits the army has ever possessed The fishermen towed to sea at Ocean City N J by a whale are probably not at all in sympathy now with the movement to preserve the biggest of all animals from extinction A German military man says the American army lacks discipline Perhaps be made his observations in the vicinity of Fort Sheridan before the Hlghwood saloons were transformed lath ice cream parlors The New York doctor who left a rubber tube and a safety pin in a Mon tana mans chest can doubtless recover his goods besides getting a more or less florid indorsement by ad dressing him an urgent letter Science should experiment a few thousand years more with alcohol and be certain that it Is a food before let ting the world in on the secret It the past is anything to judge by man will use plenty of it without any in formation from science as to its J merits The Boston Herald points out that it is difficult to kiss a girl who wears one of the present fashionable hats Tbe thing for tho true gent to do In such a case is to give the lady proper warning so that she may remove her headgear In as dignified a manner as 1bastepermits Harden tho German edtor was in nocent once and guilty the next time of practically tho samo offense Whether he was more innocent than ho was guilty or more guilty than ho was Innocent is a question which Germany will long debate in private over Its beer stein Cats have been made to exchange livers under the skillful manipulation of the surgeons In the Rockefeller in stitute After this grand work Is more nearly perfect possibly when two old men meet one will say to the other Whntll you give me to boot if I trade livers with you Seventyfive thousand people turned out In New York to attend the funeral ota Yiddish poet Wo are not sure whether this is an indication that the Yiddish hold poets In great esteem or whether the demonstration was in tended as an indication of the tri umph they felt In having one less poet among them The KeatsSheliey Memorial asso ciation is of English origin formed to ft honor to two English poets Tbo i society has succeeded in raising 17r a 500 for its purpose and of this sum if 12COO comes front the United States It seems to bo pretty evident which country has the greater admiration j for the brilliant geniuses in question The total arrivals at the Ellis is land immigration depot In New York 3 during tie present year were 1330 624 The figures from other points bring the aggregate to more than 1400000 Classified by countries It is seen that the largest contributors to the immigration host were Austria Hungary Italy and RauU alit Fin land An optimist club nNew York which Is trylg to get members nil over the country Is sending out verses to tho effect that the optimist sees the doughnut while the pessimist sees only the hole Several learned phy sicians agree that tho pessimist will optimisthours tater It each eats only what be aces eL SoilWastage to of By PROF C Unlvcrilty of Chicago InK hun no accurate measure of the rate of soil but it is very slow While it varies for kinds of for rock tho usual is a foot in 1000 to 6000 years which etc This is too high for alone I should to name a rate than ono foot in 10000 years on the basis of If we allow 40000 years for the four feet of soil next tho rock it is prob ably none too To a good depth surface waste should then not exceed somo such rate ns ono inch in a years At nny vein surface must be wry slow unless it is to soil and lead to the loss of the holy of the soil is a serious menace to tho of our soils under modus of From n study of soils it clear that tho key to the lies in the control of tho water which falls on each acre This is an asset of great value saved if turned where it will do good lost if to run away lost if it carries away ulso the soil It is that some of the more radical and will be found by a closer natures Nature has been at this of soil soil waste surfaco slope plant and stream for of years at her we note that she uses n much of to cover and tho soil than wo do These have a wider nnge of to tho where is needed We may wo should not follow this further by more kinds of and by using the more freely on espe cially to wash Despotism Marriage By MIS GEORGE NORMAN Would WorldReformers REVVrABARTLETTDD Nature Points the Way Prevent Loss Soil TIIOMAS CHAMBERLAIN prOdUttion cloudy directly ililTorent rockand partially reduced estimate includes channel cutting doubtless soilproduction hesitate greater observation conservative maintain working thousand wastage outrun production Surface wastage therefore retention present management becomes problem watcrfnll possible permitted doubly possible permanent remedies studyof methods working complex problem balance between formation growth development millions Looking closely methods larger variety plants protect plants adaptation special situations protection therefore inquire whether precedent developing profitable plants protective varieties slopes subject The of Marriage as it was understood by the great mass of unthinking people till peas tically within our own lifetime was an in stitution which hail we road of it as ox isting on another plnnet we should have regarded in the light of what Corlyle w graphically termed the staggers of a IRis managed imagination of sonic Titanic jokerFor as thus interpreted it was the most unreasonable monstrous souldeatroy ing organiaition of which the mind could oven remotely conceivo Human wings in full possession of their faculties liberty and individuality renounced them at one fell swoop he or she whd had gone about the world since his or liar emancipation from tho loading strings of infancy assumed at tho bidding of society and cuitom an other and a lifelong subjection to a fellowbeing made over his or her possessions wealth and person to another and renounced once and for all the rights of privacy friendship and opinion Marriage indeed is so interpreted to this day by nn unintelligent class of persons who so long apparently ns they have food to eat mousy to put in tho lank arid a comfortable chair in which to spend their evenings have not the slightest objection to grovelling nor tho mOlt elemen tary aspiration towards a soullife of their own Drydens famous epitaph intended for his wifes grave would one imagines bo reechoed by many long Dulrering husbands had they the cour age of their opinions Here urn my wife here let her lIel Now ahei at rest and ao am 1 Ketts in his Flowers of Wit relates of the sonic pout who teams to have takoiumatrimony gloomily that his wife leaving in an expansive moment wished sho might be the look that the poot liked best to rend artlessly inquired of her husband what book that should be Drydcns answer even for that plainspoken ago was tart- An almanack laid he my dear You know we change thtm every year But when ell criticism all cynicism are exhausted time fact remains that we need marriage We nre so weak and so dependant so ghorHived and so solitary among great forces that wo human beings of a species seek uncle other blindly for comfort and support For all our science andour progress we are but as children crying in tho dark and what we cry for is love marriage may and should be the crown anti glory ofa perfect love It may be all fulfillment and content a dream within a dream of happiness that those who cannot share may watch afar oil with eyes dim with unshed tenrsor with n patient and serene acceptance of u loss that somehow in Clods instant men call years will bo repaired Be By CUcttf Society is not going to la reorganized by people who demand thuir rights and who start out with the proposition that most of tho wprld is wrong and they are right Because 1lato and the Declaration of Independence have said that alf men are created equal some people forget that they are not all of the sonic ability and opportunity There will always IKJ tho strong and the weak There will always bo those who are fortunate and those unfortunate The child born with defective body or brain cannot contend against the one with strong Jody and developed powers If you should distribute equally time wealth of the world today multitudes would not know what to do with their share and by tomorrow some would be poor and others rich Something more is required than the revolutionary cry equality and fraternity Furthermore there could be no more disastrous course than one which would limit or discourage mankind in production invention or advance along uny line of progress A good deal of presentday denunciation is aimed at those who have been successful through hard work by taking the tide at the flood and through profiting by the tremendous momentum of the countrys expansion If a man has a good thing to sell it is nc more crime for him to sell it to a million people than ten There arc bound to be fortunes and mighty enterprises through the law of supply and demandand there could be no more calamitous condition than one which should laya heavy hand of restraint on him who is a producci what the world needs whether it be a picture or a brick u song or ilof of cloth 1 SEAT CONTESTS AllOVER TAFT WINS 216 OF THEM AND SENATOR FORAKER THREE Former Total Now o1Alllu Declare They Have Not Given Up Chicago Into Friday afternoon the Itcpulillcaii national cummlttro rom pleted tho hearings of nil wiituHtu sub inltjcd and turned its intention to other mAUom It had been In session for upvon days of actual work and hail decided contests Involving 219 seats on tho temporary roll cull These contests have been decided an follows POU TITAlabama R ArknnitHS 3 Klorlili j- UvorKla II Kentucky s lNUlelabn is ItMIollr111OhioOklahoma I- tllnllhlnll 1 Houth Cuixilltm 11 Tanneee M Texas Virginia is Alaska 3 Ariwna s- Tetnp 11 FOIL TOilAKKtt 1JII1l1a 3- Tetai 01110 I 3 As Taft had ISi limtruotud delegates before the national commute began the hearing of contents lie will now have a total of JOB delegates on tha temporary roll call without taking lute consideration any that have ulth r Indorsed him or declared for him in any other manner Tim only complete defeat mtitalnrd by the raft delegates In the contests was In the Fifth Virginia district whtro a raker delegation was siatwl because a man was allowed to act as secretary of the district convention who hud Issued a call for n conven lion In his own county Fur white men only Outside of the conclusion of the con tests boron tin national committee the most Important development of tho day was the issuance by the alllwi of a statement In which they declared their Intention of sticking to the finish and In which they asserted that It was certain that there will be no nomination on the first ballot RAYMOND HITCHCOCK FREED New York Jury Finds the Actor Not Guilty New York Tho Jury In thi case of Raymond Hitchcock ac eased of mistreating young girls returned R verdict of nut guilt at 2M oclock Thursday morning Mrs Ultahoock was In court when the verdict was returtiotl add burst lug Into tears embracm her hubuKL who was also congratulated by may friends who had waited In the court room for the vwdlat There being four other Indictment against Hitchcock he was rumanded to the Tombs prison by Justice loll lie will bo admitted to ball JUDGE LANDIS SAVES BILLIK Grants Appeal as Preparations for Hanging Are Being Made Chicago Herman llllllk mcnpcil death on the gallows Friday by United Stolon Jiiirge lnndll grunting an air- petal to the aupromo court of the tliil ted States just an prepumtluris aero being made to take his life on tho scaffold HIHIk was told the glad news by Jailer William T Davles In the death chamber whore he was awaiting death with big neck Imro of aparel In readi ness for the noose The prisoner thanked God and then collapsed Into a chair ROBBED OF HIS YOUNG WIFE South Carolina Man Relates Strange Experience In Mountains Spartanburg 8 CW F Hum of Jackson county 8 C white on a bridal trip across Panther mountain III Greunvlllo county says ho was robbed of his ptulty young wife by a gang of six men after ho had beon bound beaten and robbed He and his wife flopped at a cottage In tho mountains and during the night the men entered the room of tho couple attacked Hums and took his wife down the mountain He says he has nct seen her since The authorities are investigating his story Doings of Iowa Banxers Sioux City la The refusal to KO on record as favoring the enactment of a state law guarantee ing bank deposits the paigugn of a rem olution In favor of placing bank exam- Iners on a salary tho election of ofll cers and the selection of Waterloo at Ibo next meeting place were the prin clpal features of the concluding see slon of the Iowa Bankers uBocIatlon Friday The new officers are L T Brooks Hcdrlck president J H Ing wcrnon Clinton vicepresident J M Ulnwlddle Cedar Kaplds secretary D L Ilelnahelmor men wood treas urer Oklahoma Negro Hanged Frederick Oklo Frank Ford a net gro was hanged Friday for murdering his wife near Manltou on June 1C last the scaffold was BO erected that Ford stood In full view of hundreds of spec tators Jail for Porto Rico Editor Sun Juan 1orto Itlco Julian Aybar dltor of a labor paper here was sentenced Friday to two years penal servitude on twocounts of libel con slitting of auattack made upon a judge TRUE COURAGE Dying Surgeon on Battlefield Minis tern to Wounded Soldier Persons who glorify military opera lions do not always stop to think that they could scarcely bo undertaken without tho aid of the medical staff Here are men who must bo consulted it every turn who constantly suffer toll and anxiety In order to keep the troops at their fighting best and who In tho tiny of action risk their lives as truly an if they were heading a column Blackwoods tells tho story of an English surgeon who was mortally wounded at Ma aba lull and who yet performed an act worthy to bo mated with that of Sir Philip Sidney on tho fluid of Zittphcn Tho agony of death was cloning in upon htm Ho had succumbed to his own hurt and weakness but just at that moment ho heard a wounded man shrieking In an extremity of pain That was enough and ho crawled to the spot where the soldier lay gave lam an Injection of morphine and diedDuring tho Ashantl war In 1874 tho English force was hotly engaged at Amoaful and ono regiment was gal lantly making its way through the bush Several men had fallen and every surgeon connected with tho Sighting line wan fully occupied when suddenly two Highlanders appeared bearing between them a gallant old officer who had been shot In tho neck The arterial blood was spurting like a fountain from tho wound and the principal medical officer at onco recog nized the danger of the case If that man Is not attended to said he coolly be will be deal In nye minutes And though they worn at the mo ment in an open space exposed to al most inevitable death ho stopped short and applied himself to bU task lie extemporized a support for tho poor fellows hood and laid him down Thou while the ugly phlt phltl of bullets sounded about thorn ho tied tho carotid artery with an steady a land and as unshaken nerve as If ho bad boon In an operating room One bravo man had dono his duty with the simplicity of true heroism and another brave roan had been saved loathe service of his country A HEELING MATCH Unique Race Which the Boys Will En joy Running fly looking at tho picture you will- aee just what Is needed to prepare for a heeling match A stout broom stick for what you might appropriately call your heel bit and two lengths of strong clothesline or light rope se curely knotted to each end of the stick for the reins firaip the reins firmly In your clenched flts and draw the teal bit tAut so that the ballot your feel are off the ground and your weight resting entirely on your heels The course must be short says Good Literature as tho race must bo run entirely on the competitors heels Tills would not seem at all hard but the heel bits must bo kept In place and It Is tills condition which makes appears The second you lift your heels from the ground there Is a s The Race Is On great chance of your heel bit slipping out of Its position which Instantly disqualifies you You are also disqualified It you let the hall of your foot touch tho ground a ruling that will compel you to proceed and with care If you want to showour competitors a clean pair of heels REALLYI TRULYI Did you know a daisy white Planted m It head When It xtntggles to the light Ii a dulay tl17 All red dale gardens yield To hits fact I Wfar Once were dalftlei In u Geld Molly says they were Did you know that wolves and bean Hide beneath the bd Waiting crltnly till one dares To put ant ones head rut they can be kept at bay By a klmple plan Just a nlEhtllKht on a tray Molly yarn they can I abl llutolmrt In Royal Magutlne Italy a Good Customer Italys Imports front this country tronot quits fj 700000 a year and ours from that country are onIY3G 000000 I THE TETHERED GOAT A Problem from the Country for You to SolvecHere Is another little problem that over body should know how to solve Tho goat is placed In a h alf nere meadow that Is in shape an equilat eral triangle It Is totboiod to a pout nt ono corner of the field What should bo the length of tho tauter Ito tilt noareet inch In order that the goat shall bo able to cat just half the grass- in tho field It la assumed that tho goat can feed to the end of the tothercThe solution Is Quito simple 1C properly attacked Let us suppose the triangle A B 0 to represent our haltaero Held and tho shaded portion to be the quarteracre over which lh Problem rf the Tethered Goat goat will grate when tethered to the corner C Now at six equal etjullnt I oral triangles placed together wilt torah It regular hexagon III shown It 9la evident that the shaded pasture tll Just oucnlxth of tho comploto area of a circle Therefore all wo require is tho radius C D of a circle containing six quarteracres or 1H acres which Is equal to 940S9CO Gqunro Inches As wo only want our answer to tho nest oat Inch It U sufficiently XIUH forI 1 our ISolutionto S141C so Is tho diameter of a elt t ole to IU circumference If therefore wo divide the last number I gave Uy S1416 and extract the square root 1 itfind that 1731 Inches or 48 jard Jt notion is tho required length of tine lotlier 10 the nearest Inch RING GAME Easily Made and the Source of Muoh Amusement With very lltUe trouble you mar oonttniot tbi game from strong card board Upon the top of the four cardboard 1 posts should be fattened huobceeach being of such n height that when the ring is jermlttcd to swing fur Ready to Play ward upon the length of Its curd It may be jKtsiilble to encircle the hook with the rIng The players swing tho ring In turn TIll object of the game Is to encircle the four posts which by the way nhoiid bo numbered 1 2 I 4 First No 1 mutt be encircled then Nos 5 3 and 4 In order Tbu player gains another turn every time ho swings the ring over u pout but if by chance the j ring should encircle the wrong post ho must begin over again with No 1 pot He who first places the rluc over the four osts In proper order wins the game TO CATCH THE UNWARY + Lifting a Penny by Holding the Tip rrof a Straw Though the habit of annoying ones l t friends is to Le deplored tail otu How to Fix the Straw has painful results we cannot refrain i from publishing this little puzzle I Judiciously worked we hare err quently seen It reduce staid and re l lble persons to a ccudltion oC absolute frenzy ltrlendnarrow pieces of cardboard and a 1 AIIlrawMost people try to balance tho tpenny on one straw anti tbe other four on top of the penny but the trick laqulto simple It dune as shown In thc Jllusiratlon I 1 The strawsahoujd bi about 3Iinches long cfi II i liON WILLIAM H TAFT Yoerrw n ta NATIONAL CONVENTION OPEN Temporary Organization Perfected in Republican Gathering at Chi cagoSenator Burrows Sounds Party Keynote Chicago With every state and tor rltorla delegation In Its appointed place with enthusiasm at white heat with big brass bands stationed at lthnr end of tho Coliseum with tho treat building a mass of flags and banners the Republican national con I 0venllon was called to order by Chair 11 on Tuesday morning Her William 0 Waters of Chicago made the opening prayer as follows 0 lArd our heavenly Father the high and mighty ruler of pro universe Senator Burrows who dost from thy throne behold all the dwellers upon earth most heartily Vfl beseech theo with thy favor to behold and bless thy servant the president of tho United Stubs and all others In authority and so replenish thoni with tho grace of thy Holy Spirit that they nay always Incline to thy will and walk In thy way Endue thorn plenteously with heavenly gifts prosperitylongto obtain everlasting Joy nnd felicity And O mot gracious God wo humbly beseech then ns for the pcoplo of these United States In general so especially for this national Republican convention hero assembled that thou wouldst be pleased to direct and prosper all their consultations to the advancement of thy glory the safety honor and welfare of thy people Take always all hatred and prejudice and whatsoever elso may hinder them from perfect union nnd concord that all things may bo so ordered find set tled by their endeavors upon tho best and surest foundntlons that peace and happiness truth anti justice rel- igIon and piety may be established among us for all generations These and all other necessaries for tho memo bers of this convention and for tho nation at largo wo humbly beg In tho namo had mediation of Jesus Christ our most blessed Lord nnd Saviour who has taught us when we pray to sayOur father who art In heaven hallowed bo thy name Thy kingdom come Thy will bo dono on earth ns It Is In heaven Give us this day our dally bread And forgive us our tres passes ns we forgive those who tres pass against us And lead us not Into temptation But deliver us from evil For thine is time kingdom nnd tho lower and tho glory forever nnd ever AmenThe temporary officers of time eon vention were announced as follows all of which with tho exception of Senator Burrows wore made perman entTemporary Chairman Senator J C Hurrows Mlchlgaui Immoral Secretary John R Mulloy Columbus O Chief Assistant Secretary Lafay otto n Gleasoa New York j Sergeant at Arms William F Stone Baltimore SergeanlahrmsI Inrllamentnrian Ashur C Hinds Washington D C Official Reporter 51 W Blumon berg Washington D C Chief of Doorkeepers Stephen It Mason Baltimor- eChnplalnaltlshop P J Muldoon Chicago Rev William O Waters Chi sago Rev Tobias Sohnnfarber Chi cage Rev John Wesley Hill Now York Rev Lorenzo D Case Chicago Assistant Secretaries Charles Brooks Smith Parkersburg W Va Ernest Walker Smith Hartford Conn Philip M Hcofelc St Louis H J Tobjn VInton la Charles 1t Hargcr Abilene Kan Allen Hollls Con cord N 1- 1Reading ClerksThomas W Wil liamson Edwardsvlllo III Albert Senator Lodge Berg llcaudctto Mlnn George A Wilson Des Moines la W J Seltz West Liberty Ky Tally Clerks Roy M WatkIns Grand Rnplds Mich Clyde W Miller Osago City Kan Frank R llentley Ilaraboo Wls W A ncele Von Buren Ark- Messengor to tho Chairman Euip slrdell Stone Indianapolis Messenger to tho Secretary John H Jackson Cincinnati Senator Burrows introduced as temporary chairman was met by wild applause Tho delivery of his prepared speech occupied nearly one hour lie said In part Ho rovic led Urn history ot tho party and the country showing the wonderful prosroHs and develop mont during the Republican admjnls ration of public affairs Tho work of tho nine cvroijtive dfc partmonts the pension bureau and the army was touched upon In turn and the successful and ofllclent manage mont pointed out The management of our outlying itossossIonH was also dwelt upon by tho chairman On tine subject of tariff revision Senator Burrows said Tho Repub Ilcan pnrty stands for a revision and readjustment of our customs laws as changed Industrial conditions at homo and abroad may have mado neces sary keeping steadily In view tho cardinal principles of protection to American Industries and American labor As evidence of Its good faith In this regard tho national house of representatives clothed under tho con stitution with exclusive Jurisdiction to originate all bills for raising revenue on the 20th of April Just past by formal resolution authorized and di rected Us committee on ways and means tho organ of tho houso having Jurisdiction of tho question to sit during the recess of congress and to gather such Information through gov ernmental agents and otherwise as It may see fit looking toward the prep aration of a bill for tho revision of the tariff Supplementing this action on the part of tho house of representatives and cooperating with It tho senate In tho oxorclM of Its constitutional prerogative to propose or concur with amendments M on other bills on tho 16thIIf May passed the following rose lution Resolved that the committee on finance are authorized In connection with Investigations heretofore ordered by the senate with the view ot promptly securing the information necessary for an Intelligent revision of the customs laws of tho United States to call to their assistance experts In the executive departments of tho gov ernment and to employ such other as sistants ns they shall require and they arc especially directed to report what further legislation Is necessary to secure equitable treatment for the agricultural and other products of the t nlted States In foreign countries and they shall also in tho consideration of changes ot rates secure proofof tho relative cost of production In this and In principal competing foreign countries of the various articles affect ed by the tariff upon which changes In rates of duty are desirable These public declarations by con gress upon the ovd of tho election give tlio most solemn assurance possible that the work will bo speedily undertaken and pressed to an early consummation In this connection it can bo safely promised that whatever revision or readjustment takes place under tho control of time Republican party it will give Just and adequate protection to American Industries and American labor and defend the American market against the unjust and unequal aggres sions from whatever quarter they may comeSpeaking of tho late financial panic Chairman Burrows said Tho recent panic called the attention of congress to tho necessity ot further legislation and a measure has been passed providing for an emergency currency of 500000000 to bo Issued under certain conditions nnd limitations an au thorization It Is believed which will prevent the recurrence of any such disaster as befell tho country last fall The secretary of tho treasury has already taken the necessary steps to give effect to the legislation and banking associations are already forming to avail themselves of the benefits of this act It is doubtful If tho provisions of this act will ever be Invoked as tbo ability to supply 500 000000 additional currency whenever needed will of Itself have a tendency to make Its Issuanco unnecessary The appointment of tho monetary commission which It was hoped would formulate a system that will meet every legitimate business was also mentionedIn Senator Burrows said Tho platform will volco tho dominant thought of tho people and tho candl dates nominated must stand upon it firm and erect They must havo the patriotism and sagacity of a Lincoln time tenacity ot a Grant the wisdom nnd moderation of McKinley and the courage of a Roosevelt With huch a platform and such candidates tho Is sue can tiot be in doubt The Repub lican party confidently submits Its record to tho approving Judgment of the American pcoplo and upon Its re newed declaration of faith Invokes continuance of public favor Following the delivery of Senator Burrows address the temporary organization was taken up and tho numerous contests were turned over to tho credentials committee Most Common Physical Defect Of the maul physical defects to which human flesh Is heir the most common and the most injurious In Us results Is tho displacement downward of the upper part of the body Such displacement prolapsus we call It In medlelneris shown by tho flattened cheat tho depressed and protruding abdomen the prominent outstanding collar bones and the flaring shoulder bladesAs Indication of the remarkable prevalence of this deformity I may mention that as the result of an ex tensive series of examinations covering several thousand subjects I found less than one per cent of bodies that wqro nqt depressedcollapsed In other Words more than 90 out of every hundred pcoplo havo cfbokcd spines lowered chests and displaced struc turesDr W R C Latson In Oung Magazine Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered From All Parts of the State r KILLS HIS SONINLAW Trivial Dispute Ends In Farmer Shoot Ing Daughters Husband Lexington KyWIlliam Keeton a farmer of Madison county killed his soninlaw J Kalor at Bear Wallow that county In the presence of Ka lors wife and their two children The wife is Keetons daughter The men had been at work together and quarreled over a trivial matter Keeton Is said to nave threatened Kalors life Kalor went homo and accompanied by hIs wife and children went to a spring near his nouso fitter n tucket of waterKeeton out ot the bushes IItoldHo thereupon fired twice one charge killing Kalor Kcatpn escaped to the hills AMOUNT INSURED Must Be Paid On Household Goods In Kentucky Frankfort KyFlro insurance com panies must pay the taco value of the policies they carry on household goods and other property if they accept the premium on policies This point of law was decided here In tho case of Jeff Cook against the Fire In suranco Company of Philadelphia Cook had his furniture Insured for 200 but F L Johnson owner of the house In which Cook lived testified that Cook did not have but 25 worth of furniture Cooks attorney how over read n decision of tho Court of Appeals which was to the effect that If tho premium on a policy had been collected the company must pay the policy and a judgment was entered in Cooks favor Relations Severed Hopkinsvllle KyThe executive committee of tho Planters Protective Association has decided to sever the relations now existing between tho Kentucky and Tennessee branch of tho organization and tho Virginia branch It was also derided that the big barbecue which until last year was an annual feature be called off because of expenses attached CoxHargls Suit Settled Lexington KyTbe damage suit brought by tho heirs of Dr B D Cox who was assassinated In Breathltt county April 13 1902 against Judge James Hargls Elbort Hargls Ed Cal lahan Jesso Splcor and Dill Brltton who were charged with being Impli cated In the assassination has been compromised The amount ot the settlement was not given out but it Is understood to be about 8000 Farmer Tries to End Life Maysvllle Ky Lewis KInney who Is responsible for the presence of state guards in Bracken couniy at tempted to commit suicide by hang Ing KInney was found ma barn with a rope around his neck but was cut down by the soldiers In time to save his life KInney is accompanied by soldiers everywhere he goes for fear he wilt be assassinated Troops Will Remain Frankfort Ky Despite tho report that the state troops were to be with drawn and control loft with the civil authorities the announcement comes from tho military department that they will not bo withdrawn but if necessary sent out in larger numbers Two Residences Burned Mayfield KyFire destroyed the residences of Mrs Annlo Clarkson and Mrs Lucy Young Tho loss is about 4000 with little insurance Both houses ware just across tho line in thn county and Ute fire department could not give any assistance Capt Gross At Deaths Door Cloverport Ky Capt ack Gross Is critically 111 at his homo at Holt and his death Is momentarily expected Mr Gross was United States marshal during Clevelands administration in 18S4 and was adjutant general under John Young Brown ShopsRaided Louisville KyTho police last night raided alleged lottery headquarters Tickets were conflsciheJ as evidence Several negroes were arrested charged with disorderly conduct It la said that tho drawings havo been mndo on tho Indiana side Almost Severed Her Ear Versailles KyMrs Jano Fuller aunt of Mrs Josephine K Henry with whom she resides had an attack of vertigo and fell against the sharp rail of b bed almost severing her right ear and bruising her hip Sho is 85 Her condition is critical Hurled HisLexington Ky Caught by a leg of his overalls in overhead shafting at the C O shops Lester Fort a young machinist was whirled against pulleys and belting His body was badly broken and ho died almost Instantly Booker WillLouisville Ky Booker T Washing ton of Tuskegee will bo ono of time principal speakers at tho meeting ot the National Negro Teachers associa tion which will lia held hero on Juno 24 KILLED BY BRAWNY WIFE Was Affinity of the Breathitt County Mountaineer Lexington 14The crude jusUctl of tho mountains which has made no rJ torious the name of Breathltt county has dealt with men and their feuds not with husbands and their affinities J t until now Here Is how It operates on this social canker Thomas Murrlll recently became en amored of Mary Terry Mrs Murrlll 4Is 35 muscular and Intrepid as beIcomes tho wife of a mountaineer Sho Wad onco pretty too as comely plump Mary Terry with her 19 years4rtho last two of which haro been spent in college in Lexington But toil and maternity have made the wife less at tractive and Murrill tired of her Thedeserted wife saw her husband as he wont to visit his affinity She took her husbands rifle saw that it was well loaded and hurried to tho Terry home Sho walked in on Mir rill and Miss Terri shot the girl three times killing her nnd without appear ing perturbed went home Murrill ex r petting to get shot himself jumped through a window and fled WORST BLOW In History of Kentucky Was Passage of New York AntiRacing Bills Lexington Ky News of the pas sage of the nnti racing bills by tho New York legislature came as a distinct shock to the majority of the people of the BIuo Grass region ot Kentuckyf It Is tho severest blow that been struck at one of Kentuckys chieff Industries The breeding and raising and handling of thoroughbred horses Is the most Important slnglo Industry l In this section Millions of dollars are Invested in horses and farms the valuo of which it Is estimated will depro elate immediately as much as 25 per cent probably 50 per cent The rev enue coming to Lexington from the sales of yearlings has annually approximated j 2000000 Conservative horsemen now say that this sum will bo cutarIn half or nearly so at least The cut ting away of this revenue moans much to the business men of Lexington moro than people elsewhere can pos sibly realize Explosion Kills TwotLexington Ky While working on tho Morehead Norfolk Railroad near Paragon Morgan county Noah Fugate and Obanlon Perry were killed The men had lighted a fuse to blast away rock which failed ta 5explode the blast They returned to work and Fugate struck tho cap with his pick causing tho blast to explode Ills head was blown off Powers Trial Unlikely iFrankfort yUnless Gov Willson makes his decision in the Caleb Pow ers case the trial of Powers which has been set for July C will not begin at rr that time No subpoenas for witnesses 4have been Issued yet by either tho t commonwealth or tho defense and there are between 75 and 100 witnesses on each side Y One Year In Penitentiary Augusta KyTho Bracken county grand jury returned Indictments against Harvey Schallenberger John Hushes and Wm Davis for breaking into the C and O depot at Willow Grove Tho accused pleaded guilty and were sentenced to one year each In the penitentiary To Raise 1200000 ir Louisville Ky Anent tho raisins of a permanent endowment fund ot 11 1200000 for the Southern Baptist t Theological seminary it was reported at the meeting here of the General As Ii fiascribed during the yeartCaught Guards Off Duty rr Sharpsburg KyNight riders d rk scraped tobacco beds in tho Stoop tk neighborhood in Montgomery county Tho beds had been guarded until a few nights before the scraping was done Soldiers have been patrolling that section of tho county i Ed Callahan Remarries fir i Lexington KyEd Callahan a tnoted Breathltt county feudIst who tiweekt Deaton of an equally noted feud tarn l lly ot Broathltt county Deatons 11 Brother and Slater Insane Covlngton IThomas Day 13 rand his sister Sarah Day 17 were adjudged insane in Judge Shaws di II vision of tho circuit court by a jury A committee will be appointed by the 3 court to care for them t Work On New Hospital Begun Versailles KyWork has beea A started on tho aew building for tho Woodford county hospital which 11to be located OB Brown avenue The building will bo of brick and atone threo stories and will cost U2000 It fLoulsv1Ueorder entered la the circuit court II Louisville Bridge Co Is compelled thei j lay the sum of 1812775 a ud due soma time PlO by the court ot ail peals ra pdObUle10n S3ro90iorto4u13UHCeIUlbU67t tr6G0ueblluQOioiUli o c I East Kentucky Correspondence j f News You Get Nowhere Else NO oar+epoodenee paMilhed SIIletl ilO4 In tall by the wane Tb+ Bimt e II not to abllti U but I II tTtd11lC el good faitb Write plAlaly ioacoo s0olololooDoOolo 0 JACKSON COUNTY OKAY HAWK Gray Hawk Juno 13The Parrett brothers are ready for the next tide family has the Mr Thos Tremors James Johnson measles at proseotair and wife have moved to Thomas Trouble Branch to care Parretts from for Mr and Mrs Parrett while they live 011 this oatthMr Wiley Hurley of Indian Creek mode a business trip to Anderson Hunters Friday last i There will bo preaching at Dry Ridge next Sunday by The Rev Isaac Me- eslerOur Sunday school Is progress fag nicely with Rev Wm Adkins Supt W R Engle Is plannhig on having a new store erected In tho Mester Is hav- Ing ngar future Mr Isaac a new planing mill put up In Gra Hawk Also a large church is being built Our little town is improving very fast it has two mills one school house two stores and a post office John Ponnlngton while hunting hogs last Sunday caught two wild turkeys on McComon Creek George Fox Is planning on going to the west shortly Mr Thomas Parrett while ploughin- last Thursday let his team run away with serious results to himself and team He had one arm broken Mr Frank Fox made a business trip to H J Johnsons last Sunday Mr J Tlneher has got a smile on his face that wont come off it Is a glr1J F Hays and brother arc having good Baccesa with their mill- rAHROT Parrot June gMr Fill Settle got shot very badly while attending tho show at Welchburg but is getting along very nicely Mr Stephen Gab bard attended church at Ferry Hill Sunday Mr Chas Wedlock was in town Sunday wonder why 7MrStevft Gabbard viilttd his sister Mrs Adam IIwasing every Saturday and Sunday evening at 1 p mIr Bob Johnston of Annville was calling at Mr Bakers set SundayMr and Mrs ear Cor i uallus paid Mr Corneliuss father and i mother a visit Saturday and S ndayt Mr Carter Fields spent the night with Dewitt Qabbard SaturdayI KUKHY KNOBjKerby Knob June 16Rev Clemens was chosen pastor ot our church for the next yearAunt Mar tha Click is quite liLA nice enter tainment was given to the young folks at Mr John Hatfields Sunday evening A large crowd gathered fn III and all spent a pleasant evening Gordie and Willie Dean of Long Branch attended church here Sunday sod took dinner with James Click r and family G W Johnson killed six rabbits In his bean patch Saturday evening Chlldrens Day will be held here the third Sunday in July Everybody I Is invited Fruit crops are almost an entire failure in this part this year especially apples f HUGH Hugh Juno HMr and Mrs Coo Bongo and little Johnnie visited Mrs Jamey Benge near Panola Saturday nlghti Miss Lucy Ogg has returned from Berea She will spend We summer hereMr and Mrs Jeff Hale of Speedwell visited friends and relatives here last weekMr and Mrs Curt Benge of Dreyfua were the guests of W n Bongo and family last weekMessrs Vernon Ely and Robert Baker have left this afternoon fox Indianapolis Ind where they will secure workWe organized Sunday School today and hope to have n good attendance every Sunday even Ing at three oclock i rmvETT circuskcounty Mrs Mattie Hamilton of Tyner is visiting her parents at i Dradsnaw this week Miss Frankie Farmer is very slckMr S M An derson and wife visited Mr T p Bullock of Tyner last Sunday Dr and Mrg A J Hamilton Mr and Mrs W R Reynolds and Mr and Mrs S S Farmer visited Mr G W Miller and wife last Sunday All report ed an enjoyable visit We are sorry to hear of the death of Mr Jack Es trldge who died last Monday of t stomach trouble He also died very very suddenly Indeed DQUBUEUCK Doublellck June 12Miss Minnie Hays and Willis Blcknell married t ooIIolhosrosolotioslotsololoioJ- une I J 2 May theirs bo a lIfo of happl noesTurp Abrams has fever1Ir Geo Cook tilled his regular appoint ment at Wm Sparks Sunday Mr Tom CruM of Borea stopped hero mat night on his way home from Berch LickMr John Witt and wife viiltod friends at Goochland Saturda and Sunday Several attended Com moncemont at Berea from this place all reporting a good time Thero y prayer meeting at Clover Bottom every Saturday night and Sunda school every Sunday Mr Dobb WItt called on Volley Abrams Sunday IltKKN IIAIU Green Hall Juno 13The hangs wow exhibited at the Jackson Co Bargain store on the 4th and had a crowd of over eight hundred The show was much better than expected and everybody went away satisfied Tho revenue men have been search- Ing the places whore the moonshiner makes his mountain dew and captured some of the fellows and found stuff that Is used in such lawless work Prof J A Hunter will begin a ten chapelgSunday Juno 14th All who want to learn vocal music should take advantage of this opportunity and attend Rev Harvey Johnson filled his regular nopolutmont at Canons chapel Sun day Juno 7 with a large congregat ion present Mr Johnson is a very able preacher and all who hear him are well pleasedTho strange whis tle heard several mornings ago was at the Matthews chair factory and wan blown by Harlen Mooro SomoOf the curingIonyoung ladles boys you will have to be more careful very little things sometime get us Into trouble As it will only be a short Urns till our boyIliDS their work and getting up books for their children Dont keep them at home a week or two at the be ginning of tile school to finish up a piece of corn or to do some little Job that you oooM hire done for a few dollari Site Ftenery It visiting his Robert In Leslie County this week The L A railroad Is now freighting goods up Duck Fork to the new station Mamay James Hosklos has the contract of carrying U Small from Boonovlllo to Tynor and will move to Boonevllle In a short time The Jackson Co Bargain store going to sire every girl and boy from Green Hall a nice prevent that will go to Boron college the next termCorn Is now selling at one dollar per bushel and hard to get at thatlr Adams Is now in our midst In the Interest of Sunday school work Everybody should assist In this good workJ S Bowles Is now hunting song to transplant in his seng garden where he has several thousand plant BURLEY Hurley Juno 11 The weather Is fine for farming and everybody is very busy working their corn Misses Lottie Lettio and Maggie Cole vlnlod relatives nor MIddlefork last week Old Mr Mallcoat is reported very poorley with cancer Several people from this plays attended church at SundayMr EgyptFrldaySoeral clnlty attended the show at McKee last week Mr and Mrs Wm McCol lum visited Mr and Mrs Stove Fields last Frldayv Satyday and Sunday will be the regular meeting days at Indian Creek Mr J W Angel was tho guest of Mr J II Gabbard Sun day last RMKtASTlE CBUBTY- rconiMTT Rcblnet June 13 Last Sunday D Parker and Thos Forbes preached to a largo crowd at Horse Lick Arvll Brewer left Saturday for B- ercaldf W Carpenter hac concluded to como back home to his wife Thos Boles teams passed thru here with W C Johntons saw mUlDr J W French visited relatives nlna miles west of Livingston last Saturday Harrison Bowles C H Holt Sid Marin and Hodge wore the guests of Chas Wise last SundayCelle Carpenter was in town purchasing mer chandise Silas Howard of Gauley was in this cart lastweek on the same business W M Powell visit ed relatives near Roblnet last Saturday night and Sunday Tho revenue officers were In Hosatown last Fri erday and reported they cut up two moonshine stills Jose Powell cf Loam was calling at J L Tutseys last Monday People here are all about to set caught up with their work in tfco last wcofc Tho Sunday School at Lono Oak stems to be geV tiDe along very slowly IIOONH Boone Juno iLThe Rev C 8 Wilson filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Rev D S Phelps Is visiting friends ofypear Boron attended church nt Fairview SundaySumo of our friends attendsthe Jones show at that place31r nyhis land near this placeolrl David Martin was In Berea Saturday en special business Tho stolen horse belonging to Charles Oldham is re ported to be at Georgetown Ky Mrs W M Rich of Scaffold Cane was tho guest of Mrs Matle Coylo Su- ndayMrs B B Chasteen visited Mrs Sol Saylor SuatlayMr Orvll Cope was In our midst Sunday UAULKY Gauley Juno 1gMies Bessie Met calf of Livingston visited her aunt Mrs F M Ponder n few days last weekEdmond Cotton aged about C6 dud at his home near Livingston Fri day June 12 Ills remalno were laid to rest In the Red Hill cemetery June 13th He leaves a wife and a host of friends to mourn his loss Mrs Thomas Durham is somewhat hotter Miss Lucia Wyatt returned to Boron her homo after an extended visit with her aunt Mrs Nan Kelley Mr James Wnthon of Laurel Co aged 40 and Miss Mary Parks aged 18 were quietly married at the home of the bVlde Juno 14 the Rev J C Bollock otflcatlng Sam Miller has bought Mrs Botttlo Drews farm Mrs Drew will move to horse Lick Nathan Bonds ohlldren lire suffering with sore eJlSW H Morris is num bored with the sickDill Bullock was with home folks Sunday He fa work ing at Livingston IcrUtMr X lasso Rector doing sours ear pen ry work for Old Uncle Boble Iegw of LangCord at presentS L I RoN Is expiating to haw a veranda built soonMr Witt Wyrax who bad j consumption pasoed away from this earth a few days ago He leaves many friends to mourn his death John Crotjchjer of QlfpuUaU who cot his throat not long ago IB not ex peUd to live but a few oay sMrs L Gftdd of near Disputant died the other day She leaves a husband and a large family and a host of friends to mourn her death Her remains t were laid to roet In the Scaffold Cane graveyard Mrs Oadd was a Christ Ian woman and beloved by allD 0 Rector Arthur Clark and Thomas Johnson are planning to attend the B TM and Richmond fairsMr I R McCraeken and Thomas Prllerk And family of McCraoken attended the I Clarks big show at Mount Vernon the l1thIr G Clark has his MW mill running At full spud now days OWSLEY COUNTY IIIAIU Blake Juno 1Tbo people of this vicinity are getting along nicely with I oropaJohn Henderson bought a mule from Walter Bryant for 135 Marget M George of Island City has moved Into the house with D B rQJroFor some unknown reasons Bro Emory Peters failed to fill his appointment at Blake Sunday lastE Neeley our clever merchant Is still hauling rail road tlesG C Roberta and wife and Mose Matthews were the guests of W B Roberts last Sunday Mrs Lizzie Hudson has just returned from Heidelberg where she has been vie lUng her daughter Mrs Mary Ross W J Make our blacksmith is seriously ill with his back McGeorge Carl Co have dissolved partnership St John Gentry Ambrose Co of Island City are doing a fine business with their phonograph Born to Mrs W B Roberts a fine glrlDro A J Carmack organized Sunday school at Walnut GroVe last Sunday and had a nice attendance Nancy Bowman was the guest of Mrs Callle McGeorge lost SundayRoscoe and Vesta Ro berta made a flying trip to Sturgeon SlUlrrellbunting H L Blcknell paid his brother Bill a visit last SundayJ W Smith and W M Anderson passed thru here a few days ago on their way to the I O 0 P Lodge at Travelers Rest IiSarah Bowman has Just returned home from Derea where she has been attending school IMAM CITY I Island City June 13 Farmers are busy plowing corn Perry Combs of Road Run was on Island Creek this I weekP M Frye and wife visited J C Gentrys Sunday Nancy Bowman of this place who has been in Clay I County for the past four weeks has returned home Robert Morris vie ited D B Peters Sunday The big HUgs Show exhibited their animals and other performance at Boonovllle June Eth Everybody was pleased with the howJ T Gentry woo married at West Hamden West Vlr ginIn about eight months ago has returned to his fathers this weekL- S Rowlett loft for Lexington Monday III Rowlett visited friends on Island Creek SundayD G Wood passed thru this neighborhood Sunday Be ther and Terry the little daughter gad son of J C Gentry who attended nr IIIt for the put Urn bae- returned botaa Married atJB now- letts Jane 4 S K Barney of BooM viu to the widow leiatsr of Travelers Rftst Harry BrlgBs left for Jackson i County Saturday to spend a few days I William Hoekts of Make was COliI Island Crnrtt Suwlay M L and S P Hobbs of Flncastr Lw visited fiivndn and relatives of title place for the put wwkW n Ro berts and fore Mctthews left blow day for London Both are dry goods drummers Janes A Bowman ot Rsi ttll Jackson Connty were on Island Creek today rnrpr nnANOf LoctiKt Branch JiM 1I1I1M Rhoda Land of Cow Creek was visit lug her brother Dr A J Land of thin place test woekDr Land and wife are visiting the doctors father at Cow Creek Miss Nora Fishier Is taking with Mrs Boln Qentry Sun day school Is progressing nicely We will order our new quarterlies next weokNext Sunday Is our regular meeting for June and wo are ing a large crowd All are most corI dially invited to bo present Miss Bdlth Early of Borea will teach our j school this fallJ W Blcknell sold I Andrew Smith a fine saddle mare last week The boys aro beginning doesrnot make them smile like the old price dldDoys It we elect Taft for President this fall and there is no txIpectyou cast your vote SIIss Susie Carr of Panola visited May Kindred last week I CLAY COUNTY CIIKSTNUTIItTIia Chestnutburg June 13Mr Andy Tlneher the Stave Woods boss has the fever Mr Joo Smith who was working In tho Stave woods got hurt pretty badly the other day Chester Robinson and sister visited at Willie Chcanuts last Sunday Mrs Sophia Fields of Cincinnati is visiting relat ives this weblrMr Jesse Slzcmoro CincinnatiI them much joyMr Hlnce Robinson and Miss Julia Woods were married at the brides home last week IICUNINO srryNos PROGRAM For entertainment and boxsupper given by Burning Springs Lodge No 1S4 Knights of Pythias to be held at 1Burping Springs Ky Saturday Juno 27 1903 at 9 oclock a m 1 Song by choir 2 Welcome address Leo Jones J ResponseDr J 1 Anderson 4 Fraternallim Rev H R McL n don and Judge White I What are the requisites of a true Knight of PythlasT S s Wolfe 6 Can a man be a true Knight of PythKs who joins the order alone for sick oonofl167Jl F Farmer 7 Song My old Kentucky home S Secret of euccm of Burning Springs Lodge Dr H a HorMby 9 Can any member ot any order bo true to order and pull down other or den at same tlme7W U Cnrmaek 10 Do secret orders hive a ten deaey to elevate mdnkfadlDr 0 P Webb 11 Swig Nearer my Oed to Thee 12 la then say such thing as tniler nal fNnUoeP R White 11 Widow sod Orphan hone Mob eat Header 14 How do State laws protect eeeret- oedessPitoa W A Cope ad J K KIerI15 NOOIaIK After nag session Boxrapper contests mew H earmark Jack Rawllags OommlUt Lee Jones- HAMILTONO LETTER Hamilton 0 Juno It The publJe schools of Hamilton dosed Jana 12Ut and will not open again until nest September The polio officer in some of the new districts recently In corporated have been ordered to stop bicycle riding on the sidewalks Add itional potlcesiMn and firemen have been placed on the city forge since tile new territory has been annexed servedIn many other places In the U S- Is Flag Day and Old Glory beauti ful colors of red white and blue will be seen in many places In honor of the date wheu Congress ennoied a law arranging its colors as they are and that art additional star bo added to IH present number whenever a now state way admitted Into tho Uni onRo S B Hlley paotor ot tile First Baptist church has returned from his trip to Oklahoma City Okla where he was sent OB a dele gato to the Ohio Northern Baptist Convention which wee held In that city during the latter part ot May Rov HHey told many interctlng things about the groat convention and about the growth of the city of Okla homa Rnv Hatcher pastor of the Christian church of Hamilton has returned from Jackson Ky whore ho hell a two weeks revival service and reports having received hearty cooperation end r yal welcome from the people of Breathltt County which Is branded by PO many newopapcrs as Bloody Brcathltr the land of law I lessness The many Kentucky friends I of Caleb Powers who live in Hamilton and also his Ohio friends are rejoic ing at the news of his being granted a pardon by Gov Willson of Kentucky The noble words uttered by Mr Powers saying I will first go to Barboursvllle to see Mother Is en ouCh to convince anyone of his being a noble loving Christian man and worthy of the confidence and kindness his many friends have shown him The classnight exercises of the grad uating class of the Hamilton High school were held Friday night in the Assembly hall of the Central High school building t U PERRY COUNTY nArxauu Hazard Juno ISElder J M Hall pasted thru bore this morning on his way to Clear Creek where he will conduct a two days UngII C Ingram with American S S Union arrived here yesterday and will organ ize Sunday schools during the summer A gang of men under Gordon Cooper are at work clearing out tho river between hero and Jackson with the Intention of running a gasoline boat between the two points Willie Ingle French Cornett Mollle Williams Clrdla Baker and Rev A S Pctry will return tomorrow from Louisville where they have boon ntttondlng the Babtln Association The 18 months old child of Mr and Mrs Garrett Horn died June 11L F Brashir cash ler of H Perry County Stale Think will vMt home folks todayR D gad Ida OoraotU of Maaktoo Jackson County an here this week delivering pictures WHITLEY COUNTY COHIIIN Corbin JaM 1e H Parsons k Co have jot comptotod tho brick work on R B Buttons building lo Bated on Mali street which la quite an enhancement to oar eltWillie Duntgan hat taken up the truly with this empanyMre U V Parsons t f Winchester Ky visited some of hr friends In London Friday and stayed until Saturday afternoon and then MM to Corbia to Join her hissbtnd C H Parsons Mrs Doan Chestnut of Corbln vksttod her mother Mrs Jud Smith near Vow ICy Judio 8 A Wilder Is very Ml at this time He has beta a police for UM last eight years la Corbln Lawyer a H Kash made a flying trip to Will lamsburg Monday on buslnosa Rob ert K Parsons of WlneheMor re turned home to bis family after n abort stay in CorblaRev H F Dualgas will return home about the 15th Of Jnjy Roeond nine of Oorbln bass ball boys played WIUIamBbuig second nine The store was 7 to C In favor of Wllllamsburg Tho first nine of Corbln visited tho Middles borough toys and had a game The score war 0 to B in favor of Middles borough The Bricklayers Big Four base ball team played an interesting game this afternoon The score was 2 to 0 In favor of tho bricklayers e Tho Nebraska Indians have boon bill ed for a game for tho 19th with tho Cdrliln first base ball ninej There is a big camp meeting going on at Will lamiburg held by sanctified people Caleb Powers passed thru Corbin Sunday morning on the early train slinking hands with his many friends and receiving congratulations Ho was on his way home- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kentucky State Fall LOUISVILLE SEPT HG days Stanford July 283 days Paris Sept 1G days Danville August G3 days Liberty Aug 2G3 days Winchester August 44 days Burkcavllle August 114 days Lexington August loti days Lancaster July 293 days Barbourvllle Aug 193 days Somerset September 14 days Brodhead Aug 123 days Shelbyvllle Aug 124 days BLUE August C78 London August 254 days Monticello September 84 days e