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Digital page images are linked to the text file. gym Y IKES I DENT S TIFF I CE I3EREA KY v 1 I I o 1IEREA PUBLISHING co o- ptttnselrtrsATJ I o STARLET FROST Manager S 0 BnUPodr lM odwe Sg eeneieMoeMeMesee rsN o I Vol IX Five cento a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 25 1008 One Dollar a year No 02 NEWS OP THE WEEK Italian Kills Three MenHelen Gould SuedPresIdent st Oyster Day Billion Dollar Trial ITALIAN KILLS THREE MEN Following s series of crimes attributed Black nand societies to ro called in the Italian quarters of Now Orleans one of tho worst tragedies yet took place Juno 17Thwhen three Italians were shot to death These three men wore killed attempting to extort money from a wealthy Italian In Charters street They ordered ft mod then produced a revolver and demanded his money and he made answer with tho flro ofI a repeating rifle The follow fell doad Tho other two started tq run and he shot one before ho reached tho door and as the other reached the stair case that led down Into the street ho received a bullet In his brain HBLBN GOULD SUEDMiss lIe1 tn Miller Gould eldest daughter of the late Jay Gould qt Now York our has been sued for 20000 damages by a former servant on the narse of holder Elizabeth Gaulo jartor maid in Miss Goulds houso at Fine Avenue Is complainant She fcays that Miss Gould denounced hor character beforenr a quettlomible sven of Wo household servants and acrum Of InUraaiy wtth other ter vaata of the house Mits Gaule tried to frt Mar OouW to apotocUo but tilled then the suit was brought PREsttDUNT AT OYSTER BAY PnJoovelt and party left tne White Houae tor Otlter Bay Prwldims p eUlne M The truss ccunMins of a jrivat far a nlor car sod a b4Sate car kept- ovc the pssnysylvaula ral road to i rey City The nsembera ot th- reaideta family with him wre Mn Hooeovclt MtM IIthel and Quen t a Roevlt The Pnratueat hook iiuiU with all thou Mt Uhlu at too White lone This summer the 4 ills louse will be rrfurnUhcd cud tuuct WlnUng and OIaullnt doom tM aVwox of tbe Pre ldnf3 fani LUUL1ON DOLLAR TRIALThe- most glgiuitl of all UM JonmtI trUU nad square dual tights in the history of our coHHtry Is In prog IM IR Philadelphia before the Lalfr nl States court If the rovcnim nt Ain this nUt the coal barons will tand a low of 7 tOOOIO0 of mtn iDR property The Salt u brought nder the commodity ctauw of the Hfpburn act and the government neck to put the coalcarrying rill roads commonly known as the ca thrarite trust out of tbe eon mining buelDOM Under to new law rill roada arc prohibited tram carrying goods produced by themselves or aab fttdlary companion The coal proper ties held by tho trust are valued at 700iOOOOW This billion dollar a Hal Is coins along quietly In the Federal building and a hard fight involving lofty oratory It waged from s toth sides EFFORTS OF THAWS LAWYERS Harry Thaws lawyers are renewing their efforts to get him away from Mattcnwan Insano Asylum Last Thursday they asked that Thaw be conu ttlcd to some other State In atltaie Mattcawani his lawyers said was not healthy for hlm Mr Jerome said that he would not oppose Ttawa detention ia some other State Institution provided hq was not allowed to run at largo Thaw mat bo transferred to Middletown New York TAFT ESCAPES ACCIDENTSec retary Taft had n narrow eccopo Sun day night from being In a serious ac cident of the Pennsylvania flyer going east As the train was speeding along at the rate of fifty miles an hour near Dennison Ohio tho piston on tho left side of tho locomotive broke off short Instantly almost the cylin der of tho engine was cracked by the rod Tho engineer Immediately stopped tho train He saId It the rod had gone under tho train after it broke the train would have been thrown into tho ditch A message was Immediately seui to Dennison for another train and the party was soon speeding on Uelr way East tCodtinunl on Fourth raQe i 1 r THE CITIZEN s Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People TAfT AND SHERMAN Nominated For President and Vice President Platform to Suit Party Convention Harmonious There la general satisfaction thru out the country over tho result ol tho Republican Convention in Chica go Tho party at largo has cxproos od its great pleasure with tho work done and the Independent press has also shown its confidence In tho par ty Of course tile Democrats are nn hnpiv no Republican would antI them to be anything else It had been understood that there was n great deal of opposition to Mr Taft The opponents certainly made a lot of noise but there were very few ot thorn when they came to stand up and be counted and It was olear from the start that Taft had tho real and sincere support of tho delegates and the people behind thom Only TOO nun could have beaten him Roose vsit ItooiovoltB approval too was the strange thIng about Taft thorn Is no denying that but mate was no JOIwasted and Uio bolt man available Jamey it Sherman ot Utica N Yi who will to the nnt VfcftPreebJent was M rush popular man but ho has cfemeaU of strength aDd weak ness and ehote pert of tip pUi tir wIne 1istssgtlV petweeW th dlffareut nt the city Ho rpnwwntc more the mss who have been thHn Roowvelt ami for that town will be weak In tile West bat at the same tune strong in the Jut He u personally boawt In polities sal has had long experienc He win be well above the BYenn ot Vies Presidents as good a MM as Fair basks and like Fairbanks will balance the ticket He Is IpI do and U a man with many strong friends a good mixer J Tte platform too tow MIa flt the party not JH President Hel had the full power in his hands and could have dictated a pattenn differ set from the one adopted but be elllll1t not to prow his advaaUgees too tar and nude the ptenks such that tbe party cau easily unite on theta It la always true that when honeat pollrle are really understood both rich and poor can endorse thom be fUN the rich and poor have good ttsse or hard tines together Bo this platform suits all but a pew extremists who would have beta sat isfied with nothing lest tuft fire eating on one hand or complete abaa donxent of reform on the outer The platform promises things which Mates men agree art most needed It stands by all that has been done and it provide a clear and concise wonting proem for the next four years It doors not promise a lot of InpoHlDlo things and it door not WMJ0 any words abusing anybody but declares the partys principles and plans dearly and strongly it will keep any party busy for four years carrying out tho reforms tho Repub lican party have promtecd there will be plenty of time to talk of tho next platform before there Is any chance to use It Altogether the platform is one which la both progressive and safe It will take us where 0I want to go but will not break necks getting us there All these things have resulted In a united party The opposition to Roo sevelt dropped away and thero were only a few votes cast against Taft Bradley tore his hair a while but Is now as gentle as a lamb and we may expect to see him hard at worlt eating his own words pretty soon Foraher sent In a ales letter congrat ulating Taft All the other people dM tho same and the party is In fine shape for the campaign MR SHERMAN ILL James S Sherman recently nominal ed by tho Republican National Con vention as running mate to Taft wits taken seriously ill whilo on hIS way to his home in Utica and has been taken to a hospital in Cleveland where ho will be operated on It is ex pected by the doctors that ho will recover but if ho should tall to do so the vacancy on tbe ticket would be filled by the Republican National Committee without calling the convention together again GET IN THE PROCESSION The nomination of William H Taft for the Presidency at the Republican National Convention in Chicago is one more of the many tryItoffice but it is far from the least There has been bitter opposition to Mr Taft Men are always most bitter when their pockets are touched and many if not most of the men who have opposed him have been hit in tho pocketbooks by the presidents reforms The opposition has made all kinds of Theyhaveing patronage and money and almost everything else to bring about his nomination But no ono has ever dared say that the Republican party or any large part of the plain voters in that party preferredany one else for president It is too well known to be disputed that by sonic means or other the man the people want has been chosen The people will rally to his battle ling his campaign will end in a victory in the country as great as his present Ttriumph in thu early and hu will be our next president It is a fine thing for the party to have Tuft for its nominee And how about those charges of unfair methods No man com tails a sin when he can get the thing be wants just as well without The people wore behind Taftwhat rfcnsou was there for his friends to steal whnt the people had given thorn f None Perhaps the other follow H who did not have the votes tried to steal Often when a crowd Is chasing thief the criminal will Join the crowd and yell thief louder than any of them Some of the noises the anti Tart men have been nicking sound much that way And all the talk has been just chargesthere has been no proof and even some of the anti 1aft men of the better sort admit that everything has been per fectly fair Wo all know about one of the contests that from the Eleventh Kentucky District and if nil of them have been like that one we know that the Committee did right in throwing them out One more thing the men who n o making the charges are just the mon who R their lives have beeu fooliugthe people and have boon stealing elections and doing all fhe things they any the Taft men are doing now When they boot a man oat of something and he rrwckva big fuss ob they are doing they celled pima yellow leg or a bolters or ajjjrjuenler or Romtf other nice name Of course when they doit ro buftho noise sounds just about the sumo i This is theHmtfVQBtop the guar 1 in the party The men that bare bMhm should too the dose they hue boon giving other people and full in with the procession Every good Republican will work for the success of the party front now on and we will hear no more about this side or that Tile RapubHean party is going to win any how but thin ia the time to see whd the good Republicans are by bow hard theywork SISi CONVENTION More Than 10000 Visitors In Louis vHIe The Twelfth Triennial Con vention With more than 10000 doteand vteliM in Lowtovllle last week for UM fw UUi triennial convention of the International Sunday Eohoel Aawelatkm the officiate Mid tke attendance was not quite up to the records of previous conventions Ctwdal trains brought Immense dele UoM from Texas Oklahoma Ar kansas Louisiana and tho Southwest The registration headquarters at the Armory wore wollnlgh over run the tint morning and the members of tho entertainment committee were kept busy to Issue credentials and assign the delegates to places of entertain ment Many of the delegates were entertained by the citizens of LouIs vtUe and tho hospitality which they eneountared was worthy of any city or country One of the big features of the cony ventlon was the meetings in which the delegates carried the gospel to the people Each day a number of noon shop meetings Were hold at the various large plants of the city Op eu air meetings wire held In the business districts and the best speakers In the convention made address es In addition to the addresses they had both vocal and Instrumental music by special selected choirs and solo fists Among the brilliant features con nected with the convention was tho great reunion of delegates known as The Worlds Convention Pllgrlme which was held at tho Seelback Sat urday afternoon This Included ell the delegates who attended the Lon don convention of 18S9 and 1898 the Jerusalem convention 1904 and the Rome convention of 1907 A devotional service was held in the Armory Friday night where a great throng of workers seemed to have a deeply devotional spirit Prof E 0 Excell the noted singer let the big chorua and great gathering Hymn after hymnold and new were sung and the speakers sounded the keynote of the great meeting In their talksLouisville was honored in the el ection of John Stltes one of her best known business men as president of the International Sunday School Association Mr Stltes woo unanlmour ly chosen president on the first bal lot Others chosen worn Recording Clerk D D of Col umtiustOblqAeoislantrecording sec + Ir rotary Edward M Coffarty of Pltts btfrg Pa4 Trwlserer Pred A Wells of Chicago realeotod Assistant treas urer Dr George W Bailey of Phil jaoVphla reelected The Hon Just ice J J kft Lr a of Toronto Cana ida WM eiwtwl a life member of the executive committee of the associa tion EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION More Than 700 Delegates Present Pro and Mrs Mvrh Tutor Seale I Prot Lewis ant Mlw Robinson wore delegates to the Kentucky Educational Association tram June 16 to 18 which hs held at Frankfort All report n delightful time and an Instructive conference there being some very ale Educators present to lecture A larger delegation was present than ever before attended an educational meeting in Kentucky the delegation was something over 700 people The greatest lecture of tho day was de livered by Dr Andrew Sledd President of tho University of Florida Tee sub ject was Compulsory Education Another lecture of great power was by Crpt E Miller of Slgourney Ia on the subject Agriculture In the SchoolsPresident F W Hlnltt of Central University made an excellent speech Miss Josephine A Robinson gave a discussion on Mathematics in one of the Departmental Meetings The con ference was ajpreat success and was In line with the great educational move ment that was begun In Kentucky a few years ago Our public schools are getting op a better basis and more Interest is being taken in the Academies and Normal schools The city entertained the delegates as one member said royally seven electric cars and a number of automobiles took them out to tho country for a short picnic where refreshments were served and then most of them vis- Ited the new Capitol which is one of the finest in tho country They also visited the prison and were much irn i pressed by the cleanliness and com I fort of the place of punlchment It has been partially decrded to hold the next conference at Estlll Springs POLITICAL NOTES Hitchcockas National Chairman John S Williams ResignsWright- Will Succeed Taft The question of the choice of a Re publican National Chairman has been put off till July 1 when the Nat CaaliaaadaoYounhhxe 4 w Let Keep to l Are you hesitating about opening either a savings or a checking account here because you fear your account will 4 not be large enough to look desirable to us I tthat have an account bank will add your and stimulate your efforts Let us help you to r t CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus t 1 DIRECTORS 4 tP Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmqre e t J J Moore J W Herndon E T Fish t t W H Porter Chas Burdette I F Dean + i A PER CENT 1NTREST PAID ON SAVINGS a t A v h t IN OUR STATE General CleanupBooker T Wash ingtonLand Forfeited to State Antisaloon League Still in FightI GBNISRAL CLEANUPA goner al deantip of all State Asylums is the blpartlsan boardbated made by control with the idea in view of promoting the good of the institutions under their control The bipartisan board gave out a number appoint ments last week of officials for the different charitable institutions under their charge The changes and eappolntmQBte by the board included the following Hopklnsvillo Asylum Superintendent Dr Tfios W Gardiner of Madtsonvillo to euoeeod Dr J W Stephens of Elkton Steward S A Pate of Hardlnsburg to succeed R E Berry of Owensboro Superintendent R C Willis of Lexing ton succeeds J S RedwIne who has served eight years The board abolished the positions of treasurer of the different institutions designating banks in the cities where they relocated to net In this capacity BOOKER T WASHINGTON Prof Booker T Washington the noted and able negro educator from Tuskegee Alabama arrived in Louisville Monday morrlng accompanied by his secretary Emmet J Scott The boys 11 rofaII8 is Brewing of Idly Yayr Business g S Pace With it By Adver oBBereaIBank and I fBEREA tTHE SMALL ACCOUNT ffisfromin the to tambition 1000000P f 4iOWN of of 5 r band of Eckstein Norton Institute greeted him with national airs Ho nlghtatI ttein BcliStelnNorton Institute the largo colored Institute ot Louisville FORFEITED TO STATE ILAND by Judge Lansing the Court of Appeals holds that about 800000 acres of land in Pike Leslie Perry and other mountain countlea are forfeited to the Commonwealth for failure to list for taxation The leases at the bar affirmed are the Eastern Kentucky Coal Lands Corpor ation and O B GUI against the Com monwealthIANTI SALOON LEAGUE STILL IN FIGHT The report has been given out by some of the cities where I whiskey predominates that the Anti Saloon League has given up tho fight in Kentucky but that Is a mistake for the members are preparing to wage the hardest fight they have everimade in this State against liquor 1 the next session of the general As sembly at Frankfort two bills will be Introduced they are First a mea sure providing that upon the affida vit of the necessary number ot reputable citizens that whiskey is be 4 ing sold without a license a search Continued en Fourth Page i THAT EWE AND UTHt FIRST THING YOU KNOW ALL THE CHOICE THINGS Will BE GONETHEY ARERU CHOICE AT OUR STORE BUT SOME ARE PRETTIER BUSTERm J1oIctnllOl =11MICCPYII + s1 THE GOODS FOR THIS SEASON WERE DESIGNED AND MADE LoNG AGo So IT IS ALWAYS l THERE ARE MORE KINDS Or7 CHOICE THINGS THAN oNEfIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE o THIRD CHOICE AND So ON YOU WISH THE j fIRST CHOICE DO YOU NOT IF YOU COME NoW AND BUY YOU WILL GET THE fIRST CHOICE COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More U l 4 t I BOB HAMPTON of PLACE AY IANIAU PARASIIlUllOROVII- Ofl1JJlRllf5J45JiII tlldfftlli filI IIJ6mWcIPd MD1ftKJNr7rffMA trlaa ro uuuununnSYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth infantry from Fort Bethune trapped br Indians In a narrow gorge Among them la a stranger who Introduces himself br the name of Hampton also Qlllli the pot trader and Mi daughter mills and a majority of the soldiers are killed dur ing n three days siege lIampton and the girl only escape from the Indians They fall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry Brant In command find them Hampton and the girl atop at the Miners Home In Olencald Mrs Duffy proprietress Hampton talks the future over with Q1I llnthe Kid She shows him her moth ers picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decide site shall live with Mrs Herndon Nnlda the Kidrun away from Mrs Herndoni and rejoins Hampton He Induces her to go hack nothing more to do with him Hampton plays his last same of cards lie announces to Red Slavln that he has and then leaves Glen raid Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In Olencsld to teach IU first school Miss Bpencrr meets Kalda Rev Wynkoop jotc She boards at Mrs Herndona and Lleut Brant again meet with nut his knowing who she la She Informs Wm of the coming Bachelor club ball In honor of Miss Spencer IJeut Brant meals Silent Murphy Ousters scout lie reports trouble brewing among the Sioux Social difficulties arise at the Bachelor clubs ball among the admirers of Miss Spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen cer but she Is not his acquaintance of the day before She tells him of Nalda and he Accidentally meets her again as he Is turning to the ballroom with a fan for- Idles Spencer Brant accompanies Nalda ome from the dance On the way she Informs him as to who she Is and that Me Is to meet Hampton CHAPTER XVI Contlnus NOh I do Lieut Brant It Is not doubt of you at all but I am not sure even within my own heart that I am doing just what is right Besides It will be co difficult to make you almost A stranger comprehend the peculiar conditions which influence my action Even now you suspect that I am de ceitful a masked sham like those others we discussed tonight but I have never played a part before never skulked In the dark Tonight I simply had to do It Then attempt no explanation he said gently and believe me I shall continue to trust you Tonight what ever you wish may be I will abide by It Shall I go or stay In either case you have nothing to fear She drew a deep breath these open words of faith touching her more strongly than would any selfish fault lIndlngITrust begets trust she replied with new firmness and now gazing frankly Into hs face You can walk with mo a portion of the way If you wish but I am going to tell you the truthI have an appointment with a man I naturally regret to learn this he said with assumed calmness Out the way is so lonely I prefer walking WIth you until you have some other protector She accepted his proffered arm feel ing the constraint In his tone the formality in his manner most keenly An older woman might have resented It but it only served to sadden and embarrass her He began speaking of the quiet beauty of the night but she had no thought of what he was saying Ucut Brant she said at last you do not ask me who the man la Certainly not Miss Nalda it Is none of my business I think perhaps It might be the knowledge might help you to under stand It is Bob Hampton He stared at her The gambler No wonder then your meeting Is clandestineShe Indignantly her lips trembling He Is not a gambler he IB a miner over In the Black Range lie has not touched a card in two yearsOh reformed has he And are you the instrument that has worked such a miracle Her eyes fell I dont know but I hope so Then she glanced up again wondering at his continued silence Dont you understand yet Only that you are secretly meeting a man of the worst reputation one known tile length and breadth of this border as a gambler and fighter Yes butbut dont you know who Jam lIe smiled grimly wondering what possible difference that could make Certainly you are Miss Naida Ifera don 11 You have not known Lieut Brant I am Naida dlllls He stopped still again facing her Nalda Glllls Do you mean old Glllls glrl1 Is it possible you arc the same we rescued on the prairie two years agoShe bowed her head Yes do you understand now why I trust this Bob HauijiUn iI perhaps might comprehend why you should feel grateful to him but not why you should thus consent to meet with him clandestinely He could not soe the deep flush upon her cheeks but he was not deaf to the pitiful falter In her voice Because hehas been good and true to me she 4xplc1ned frankly bet ter than anybody else In all tho world I dont care what you say you and those others who do not know him but I believe In him I think he Is a man They wont let me see him the iorndon nor permit him to come to the house He has not been in Glen cald for two years until yesterday Tho Indian rising has driven all the miners out from the Black Range and he came down hero for no other purpose than to get a glimpse of me and learn how I was getting on II saw him over at tho hotel just for a mo mentMrs Gully handed mo a note and IIhad only just left him when I encountered you at the door I wanted to see him again to talk with him longer but I couldnt manage to get away from you and I didnt know what to do There Ive told It all do you really think I am so very bad be causebecause I like Bob Hampton t He stood a moment completely non plussed yet compelled to answer certainly hive no right to Question your motives he said at last and I believe your purposes to be above reproach I wish I might give the same credit to this man Hampton But Miss Naida the world does not often consent to judge us by our own estimation of right and wrong it prefers to place its own interpretation on acts and thus often condemns the Innocent Others might not see this al- I do nor have such unquestioning filth in youI she admitted stubbornly but I wanted to see him I have been so lonely for him and this was the only possible way Brant felt a wave of uncontrolablo sympathy sweep across him even I Bad I Bob while was beginning to hate this man who felt had stolen a pas sage Into tho Innocent heart of a girl not half his age one knowing little of the ways of the May I walk beside you until you meet him asked You will not quarrel No at least not through any fault of mine A few steps In the moonlight and she again took his arm although they scarcely spoke the bridge she withdrew her hand and uttered a pecu liar call and Hampton stepped forth from the concealing busher his head bare his hat In his hand I scarcely thought it could be you said seemingly not altogether sat jelled es you were accompanied by another The younger man took a single step forward his uniform showing in tho moonlight Muss Glllls will Inform you later why I am here said striving to speak civilly You and I however have met beforeI am Brant of the Seventh cavalry Hampton bowed his some what stiff and formal his taco Impen etrableI have left Miss Glllls pre Ious to her meeting with you Brant continued but I desired to request tile privilege of calling upon you to morrow for a brief interview pleasure Shall it bo at tenT The hourls perfectly satisfactory You will find me at the hotel You place me under obligations said rant and turned toward the wondering girl I will now say good Miss Glllls and 1 promise to re member only the pleasant events of this evening Their bands let for an Instaat of warm pressure and then the two left behind stood motionless and watched him striding along the moonlit road CHAPTER XVII The Verge of a Quarrel Brants mind was a of con flicting emotions but a single abiding conviction never once loft hI lhe re tamed implicit faith in her and he purposed to fight this matter out with Hampton Even in that crucial hour had any ono ventured to suggest that he was In lovo with Nalda ho rauld merely have laughed serenely confi dent that nothing more than gentle manly Interest swayed his conduct Nevertheless ho manifested an un reasonable dislike for Hampton He had never before felt thus toward this person Indeed had possessed a strong mans natural admiration for the others physical power and cool determined courage Ho now sincerely feared Hamptons power over the Innocent mind of the girl Imagining his influence to be much stronger than It really was and sought after some suitable means for overcoming- It lIe alone among thoso who might be considered as her true friends knew of her secret Infatuation and upon him alone therefore rested the burden of her release It was his heart that droyo him Into such a do clslon although ho conceived It then to be tho tens ning of the brain And so she was Nalda Glllls poor old Glllls little girl He stopped sud denly in the road striving to realize the thought He bad never dreamed of such a consummation and It stag gored him What was there In com mon between that outcast and this wellgroomed frankly spoken woman Yet whoever she was or had been the remembrance of her could not be conjured out of his brain Ho might look back with repugnance upon those others those misty phantoms of the past but the vision of his mind his everchangeable divinity of the vine shadows would not become obscured nor grow less fascinating Suddenly there occurred to him a rec ollection of Silent Murphy and his strange unguarded remark What could the fellow have meant Was there Indeed some secret In the life history of this glrlsomu Da You Really Think am So Very Hampton Because Becaus Like he he world he At he bo Lieut manner With night chaos he he young young story of shame perhaps If so did Hampton know about ItT Already daylight rested white and solemn over the silent valley and only a short distance away lay tho spot where the crippled scout had mado his solitary camp Almost without volition the young officer turned that way crossed the stream by means of the log and clambered up tho bank But It was clear at a glance that Mur phy had deserted the spot Convinced of this Brant retraced his steps toward the camp of his own troop now already astir with the duties of early rooming Just in front of his tent ho encountered his first sergeant Watson he questioned as the latter saluted and stood at attention do you know a man called Silent MurphyThe scout Yea sir know him tH long ago as when he was corporal In your fathers troop lIe was reduced to the ranks for striking an omcer Brant wheeled In astonishment Was ho over a soldier In tho Say enth Ho was that for two enlistments and a mighty tough one but he wsl always quick enough for a fight In field or garrison Has ho shown himself here at the campNo sir didnt know ho was anywhere around Ho and I were never very good friends sir The lieutenant remained silent for several momenta endeavoring to perfect some feasible plan Dispatch an order to tho telcgtsjih office ha finally rouuuanded to 3h quire If this man Murphy receives any messages there and if they know where ho Ii stopping Send an Intel ligent man and have him discover all the facts ho eau When ha returns brlae him la lo arse lie had enjoyed a bath pad s dlaTe and was yot Uncaring over hid coffee when the two soldiers tutored with their report The sergeant step ped aside and the orderly a tall boy ish looking fellow with a pugnacious chin saluted stiffly Well Bane and the officer eyed his trim appearance with manifest approval what did you eucaood In learn- Ing The operator said this tare Murphy had never bin thar himself sir but there wits several messages come for him One got here this mornlnV What becomes of them Theyre called far by another fel lor sirQh they are Who Red Slavln vua the name he give me of thet other buck When the two had disappeared Brant sat back thinking rapidly There was a mystery here and such action must have a cause Something either In or about Glencald was com polling Murphy to keep out of sight but what Who Brant was un able to got It out of his bend that all this secrecy centered around Nalda Perhaps Hampton knew at least he might possess somo additional scrap of Information which would help to solve the problem Ho looted at hit watch and ordered his horse to be saddled It did not seem quite so simple now this projected Interview with Hnmp ton as It had appeared the night before In the clear light of day he began to realize the weakness of his position tho fact that he possessed not the smallest right to speak on bo halt of Nalda Glllls Nevertheless the die was cast and perhaps provided an open quarrel could bo avoided the meeting might result la good to all concerned Hampton welcomed him with dis tant but marked courtesy having evi dently thought out his own Imme dlate plan of action and schooled him self accordingly Standing there the bright light streaming over them from the open windows they presented two widely contrasting personalities yet each exhibited In figure ROil face the evidences of hard training and iron discipline Hampton was clothed In black standing Stralght as an arrow his shoulders squared his head held proudly erect while his cool tray eyes studied tho taco of tho other at he bad been accustomed to suiTfey his opponents at tho card table BrftU looked the picture of a soldier on duty trim well built erect bs reso luto blue eyes never flinching from tho steady gaze bent upon him his bronzed young faco rrpvp from tho seriousness of his mission In both minds tho same thought linger the vague wdndor how much the eth er knew The older man however re tamed a bettor selfcontrol and vrtn first to break tho silence Miss Glllls Informed me of your ktndnoss to liar last evening M said quietly anti In her behalf I sincerely thank you Permit ma to otter you a chair Brant accepted It and sat down feeling tho calm tone of proprietorship In the words of tho other as If they had been a blow Ills taco flushod yet he spoke firmly Possibly I mir construe your meaning he said wilt some bluntness determined to reach the gist of tho matter at once Did Miss Glllls authorize you to thank ma for these courtesies rHampton smiled with provoking calmness holding an unlighted cigar between his finger Why ttally as to that I do not remember I merely mentioned It as expressing the natural gratitude of us both Yon speak as If you possessed tall authority to express her mind as wCl- las your own The other bowed gravely his rase Impassive My words quite naturally bear somo such construction The officer hesitated feeling more doubtful than ever regarding his oWl position Chagrined disarmed ha felt like a prisoner standing bound before his mocking captor Then I fear my mission here Is useless Entirely so If you come for the purpose I suspect said Hampton sitting erect In his chair and speaking with more rapid utterance To lee ture me on morality and demand my yielding up all Influence over this girl tluch a mission Is assuredly a fall urn I have listened with some d grco of calmness In this room already to ono such address and surrenderee to its reasoning But permit me to say quite plainly Llout Brant thM you are not the person from whom I will quietly listen to another- I had very little expectation that you would You should have had still teas and remained away entirely However pow that you are here and the subject broached It becomes my turn to say something and to say It clearly It seems to mo you would ex hlblt far bettor taste and discrimination it from now on you would cease forcing your attentions upon Miss Oil ItsBrant leaped to his feet but the other never deigned to alter his post tion Forcing my attentions exclaimed the officer Gods mercy maul do you realize what you are saying I have forced no attentions upon Miss fMllls My reference was ather to future possibilities Young blood Is prey erblaiiy hot and I thought It wise to warn you In time Url stared into that impcrturbeA taco and somehow the very sight of- 1t8 calm Inflexible resoivo served tc clear his own bruin He fell that this cool selfcontrolled man was spesli lag with authority- TO Da CONTINUED When the unexpected bippenajl I told you so chsa li Ia l AS TO THE TEETH OF A HORSE By Them You Cnn Tell Its Age I I Teeth of a YearOld Horse In the domestic animals the tooth change In shape appearance and char acter an ago advances and those changes being fairly regular furnish a means of determining age Tho horse llko other animals hu two successive dentitions The heat are called the temporary or milk teeth because they are soon shed and give place to others that arc stronger find more solid It Is from the front or Incisor teeth that age Is judged At ono year old the WHY CREAM IS OF POOR FLAVORI By Hunzikcr Purdue University I Some Forms of Milk Palls Used In Certified 1 Ideal Dairy Stable There nrq many causes that lead to the production of poor flavored cream such as tho feed given to the animals inattention to cleanliness In the opera lion of milking the care and handling of tho milk and cream and after It la drawn the method of creaming It self Tho buttermaker that has absolute control over tho cream from the tlmo It loaves the separator bait also control over the separating Itself can give it tho attention which Is neces sary if the best quality of butter Is to be produced Many If not most of our hand separator or gathered cream plants produce butter that docs not grade as high as that produced by tho whole milk plants and while that Is true the fault Is not with tho separa tor Itself There is no reason why tho hand separator cannot produce aa good cream as good butter as the cream that Is separated at tho cream ery It the cream Is properly taken caro of but tho trouble Is tho separator is not taken proper care of In many cases and the cream In not cooled down to the proper temperature Whore the hand separator receives proper caro where It Is cleaned after every separation which should be done and where the cream U cooled down Immediately after separation to as low a temperature as possible say degrees or lower and where the horse has the full number of Incisors Isix above and six below though the corner ones have not yet reached their full length Tho lower nippers cen ter teeth are considerably worn upon their two borders and will bo nearly level The upper nippers will not bo found to be so worn There will be noticed near the outer edge a yel low line surrounded by the whiter dentine This Is known as the dental star I I UU u u Prof Otto P Dairies 80 cream Is hold at that temperature un til It leave the farm Is shipped to the creamery In clean sweet cans at least three times In tie summer and twice In tho winter there Is no reason why good butter cannot be made from hand separated cream systernTnko the deep sotting system for In cinnro tho cream la 36 hours old to start with usually Is not In tho best condition often It Is sour and sometimes tainted tho name In the case of the shallow pans and to a greater extent because tile creaming was done at a temperature at which the action of the bacteria In It was not checked and that cream la usually fermented to some extent and also sour In CUlt of the water I Metal Frame on Which Milk Palls Are Set In Stable to Keep Them Out of the Dirt- dilution system It is worse yot Tho temperature Is usually high the water used for diluting the milk usually pollutes the cream as well as dilutes thlbuttervery rapidly Dees on the Farm Bees help to tortheand may be tho source of a good In comeTake Heed Whatsoever a man ttowoth that shall he also reap Tako heed to this old proverb toUlsnrpoultry work T st Y REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President For Vice President TAFT AS PRESIDENT t SHERMAN FOR MA TE IS REPUBLICAN SLATEi Convention at Chicago Selects Na tional Ticket and Adjourns Wild Enthusiasm on Nomination of 4OhioanDemonstration forr5 5 Theodore Roosevelt y Chicago Tatt and Rberman This Is tbo ticket of tho llvpnb 1 can party flung to the breeze Fri day as the Republican national con vention concluded with the nomination of James 8 Sherman of New York for vicepresident amid a final roar of tumultuous demonstration Scene of Wild Enthusiasm The picture within the Walla of the vast amphitheater as the presidential candidate was named Thursday was one truly grsdloso In Its magnitude In front to tho right and left billow and above the billowing sea of hu inanity restless after hours of watt Ins and stirred from one emotion to another was In a lever of expectancy for the culminating vote The favorite sons of other states had been named save Knox and La Follatte and now on the roll call came Ohio As the Buckeye state was reached the tall gaunt form of Theodore E Durton with atudeut like face and severe black clerical garb ndvauced to the platform to nominate Ohios can dl ate lie spoke fervently with the singing voice of an evangelist which went ringing through the great build lag The close of his speech of nomination was the signal for loosing the long pant up feeling of the Taft legions instantly tho Ohio delegates were on their feet other Taft states following while the convention hosts lu gallery and on floor broke Into mad demonstration For 10 1520 minutes this uproar continued At last the tired voices died down to a hoarse shout and subsided Seconded by Knight This lull now gave the opportunity for tho speech seconding Tarts nom Inatlon by George H Knight of Cult orals his big round face beaming 1forth on tho sympathetic multitude his splendid baritone voice well lug forth like the tones of a great church organ Californias tribute to TArt was brief and fervid Now there was soother lull In the Taft movement wbllo the remaining candidates were placed In nomination It was late In the afternoon before the convention now literally swelter lag with the Intense heat and weary after nearly seven hours of continuous session reached the end of the flood of eloquence and the decks were at last cleared for the culminating act Demonstration for La Follette But no just as the last swell of oratory the seconding speech for LA Follette had died away like a cyclone from a clear sky burst a La Follette demonstration which swept the con ventlon from its very bearings It was the same deafening wave ot sound that had greeted Roosevelt Wednesday and Taft a little while before Intense and maddening and with the vital ring of genuine enthusiasm It seemed as though Wisconsin had suddenly peopled every toot of the galleries Tho delegates sat calm and waiting ex cept the fnititlc Wisconsin but the convention for the time being wan in the possession of the galleries Now a singular transformation oc curred gradually the whirlwind vtered from Ia Fnllette to Roosevelt Amid thin pandemonium and with the galleries In full control Chairman lodge decided upon heroic action In ordor again to make the convention master of Its affairs He ordered the roll call of stubs to begin for the vote on procldent Such a call under such circumstances of Intense con fusion has probably never before oc curved In the history of national con ventions The secretary was power less to make his call of the states heard above the deafening clamor Seizing a megaphone he shouted the roll of states Alabama Arkansas but his voice was swallowed up In the road uproar Gradually however the curiosity of the multitude conquered their enthusiasm and they lapsed Into silence to hear the result of the roll callA hush of expectancy hung over the assembly an tho call proceeded Lusty summaries showed that Taft was tAr In advance When New York was reached tho Taft column totaled 427 Ohio carried tho Taft total to 511 or 20 more than enough to nom mate Still the call went on until the final result was announced by Chair man Lodge For Theodore Roosevelt 3 votes for Joseph n Foraker of Ohio 16 votes for Charles W Fairbanks of Indiana 40 votes for Joseph Cannon of Illinois 61 votes for Robert La Fol letto of Wisconsin 25 votes for Charles E Hughes of New York 63 votes for Philander C Knox of Penn sylvania C8 votes and William H Taft of Ohio 702 votes A creat shout went up as Lodge concluded his announcement and with one accord the cohorts of Cannon and Knox and Hughes and the other heroes Joined In a common tribute for tho candlnte of the party Sherman for Second Place The nomination for the vice prei dency was not made until Friday When the convention ndjourned tot the day Thursday the situation re garding second placo on the ticket was decidedly unsettled but before the delegates met Friday an arrangement had been perfected for the Tart delegates to support llepresentatlve James S Sherman of New York as the running mate of the secretary of war Three names were placed In nom nation when tho chairman announced that nominations were In order Shot man was named IU New Yorks choice by Tim Woodruff former lieutenant I governor of the state Gov Curtis Guild of Massachusetts was placed In nomination by Senator Lodge and Ex Oov Franklin Murphy of New Jersey was named by Thomas N McCarter Several brief recondlng speeches were made for each candidate Whoa the roll call was begun It was popular enough votes had been cast to Insure his nomination Senator Crane of Massachusetts moved that It be made unanimous and It was Is rrled with s shout of approval The usual motions of acknowledgment to the officers of the convention and to the city in which It was held wore then paused Judson W lyon of Georgia was recognized to mako the motion to ad journ without day It was put Into effect at 1147 a m The tpnd played Tho Star Spangled Banner the delegates rapidly left tho hall and the convention of 1908 had made Its way Into history Roosevelt Demonstration The second day of the Republican national convention brought the long expected Hoosevelt yell a whirlwind of enthusiasm which raged within the vast amphitheater of the Coliseum for full 45 minutes Wednesday and for a time presented to the timid the speo ter of a Roosevelt stampede Tuls demonstration was decidedly the feature of a day otherwise notable for a stirring speecn from the perma nent chairman of the convention Sen star Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachu setts for much practical procedure In placing the tonvention on a smooth running basis and for the final defeat of tbe plan to reduce tho represents lion of southern states at future na tional conventions Mr Lodge early in his address launched his sentence which electri tied the assemblage Into Its first real demonstration of wild enthusiasm The president exclaimed Mr Lodge Is the best abused and most popular man In the United States to dayThis was the long awaited signal Instantly a shout broke from the gal leries and was echoed back from the floor at first only a tempest of de Inched yells and catcalls and shouts of Teddy but gradually gathering force and volume until It swelled to a whirlwind of sound and motion as delegates and spectators rose en masse mounting chairs waving ban nets hats handkerchiefs flags newspapers anything which could be seized upon to add turbulence to tbo scen- eooooooooooo0oooooaoooooooo I PLATFORM AT A GIANCE S Roosevelt The abuse of wealth the tyranny- of X power and the evils ot privilege 6 and favoritism have been put to p scorn tiy him We pledge a con p- tlnuartce ef the Rnoievvlt pollcler 9 AntiInjunction S The Republican party will uphold p the authority of the courts but be 9 liens the rules of procedure In 9 federal courts with respect to in- Junctions X should be more accurate X- ly defined by statute and that nt o Injunction should be luucd Labor notice dlhoutI The same wise policy will sued to lighten the burdens who toll- Tariff The Republican party declartc g O for n revision of tariff by a special 9 I session of congrens Wo favor the 2 establishment of maximum and X minimum rates P 6 MoneyAn expanding commerce X and Increasing crop movements X I disclose the need of a more elat p tie and adaptable system P Trusts 9 o The government should have 5 greater supervision over corpora p lions engaged In Interstate com 9 coerce 2 Inland Waterways 5 We call for a large and compre 9 henslve plan to Improve the waterways 9 harbors and great lakes X Army and Navy While the American people do 9 not desire and wilt not provoke a 2 war any other country Me X ptorepublic ready at nit times to de 9 o1octrtUGood 9 s We approve the efforts of the ng P rlcglturuldepartment In good road 9 construction 9 Negroes 5 We condemn all device for the P dlsfronchlsement of the negro 9 Republican Policy X The difference between Democracy P and Republicanism Is that 9 5mldltyfor strength and purpose Democ p racy would have the nation own P the people while Republicanism 9 would have the people own the na 9 0g0ooo0oooooooo00ooooo l LAPSES OF GREAT MINDS Details Frequently Known to Battle the Man of Genius To Illustrate the kind of lapse of reasoning power from which great inventors are known to softer like that under Influence of which Sir Isaac Newton cut one hole In a wall to let u cat pass through nnd then a small hula for the kitten an old story In the lIfo of Morse will answer well long before he Invented the tele graph Morse was known to the of ficers of tho patent office as a persist ent applicant for patents When his great Invention of distance writing was about completed ho wanted the Baltimore Ohio railroad to try it To get rid of him the president of the road turned him over to a subord- Inate This official was struck with tho beauty of the Invention and be came so interested in it that he sat tip half the night discussing It with the Inventor At length Morse con tossed there was only ono thing which baffled him As long as the railroad runs he said where poles may be erected It will be easy sailing but when we como to the big bridges what is to bo done then We cant erect poles across tho stream and without fhnm tho wire would sag and perhaps break from Its own weight I confess T dont know what to do Can you MiKKtMt n way out of the difficulty Why dont you fasten the wires to the bridge asked his companion without a moments hesitation For a moment Morse gazed at him with open mouth and then exclaimed Why not Indeed Why I nevor thought of that Its tho very way Clen Watches with Bread Perhaps the most novel use to which bread Is put may be seen In the great watch factories at Elgin III where more than 40 loaves of fresh bread are required each day Super- Intendent George a Hunter of the watch factory Is quoted as saying From the earliest time in the his tory of watchmaking It has been the custom of watchmakers to reduce fresh bread to tho form of dough This Is done by steaming and kneading They then use this dough for remov- Ing oil and chips that naturally ad here In course of manufacture to pieces as small as the parts of a watch There are many parts of a watch by the way that are so small as to be barely visible to the naked eye The oil Is absorbed by this dough nnd the chips stick to It and there Is no other known substance which can bo used as a wiper without leaving some of Us particles attached to tho thing Wiped This accounts for tho continued use of bread dough in time watch making Industry American Food Journal New Yorkers Pay Rent Fewer New Yorkers own their own homes than the residents of any other city In the world The reason is a simple one tho land Is so valuable that nono but the very wealthy can afford Its purchase Of the 3916S7 families living on Manhattan island only 10316 hold title to the houses they occupy If you will bring that little pad and pencil into play again you will learn that 94 out of every 100 families make monthly payments to a landlord When these families move as they are constantly doing it seems only necessary to take the fam ily photographs from the mantel so completely has their method of life been systematized As for the landlords they are mightier In wealth and tenants than any feudal lords of old as forsooth the Asters whose 1m menso multitude of dwellings house a greater number of people than are contained In a city of the size of Hart ford Conn Seattle Wash or Nash yule Tenn Tho Giant City New York In National Magazine A Business That Pays Women are us a rule most successful In decorative work and It Is a matter for astonishment that comparatively few have so far gone In for this brunch of money making There are numbers of skin with powers of discrimination who might pick up curios and antiques at a rea sonable price though of course even in the depths of the country the supply has been steadily declining for yearsNot atone that but cottage owners of old china and oak have become more wary and articles of what Mrs Malaprop termed bigotry and virtue are not to be bought up for a mere songStill there Is a good field for the woman collector In furnishing and decorative work feminine ideas are hardly to be surpassed and many a house beautiful owes Its beauty to the artistic faculty of a woman Womans Life Planted Bird Out In California small Tommy beheld his first ostrich farm The word farm puzzled him for a while until he chanced to see some of the huge birds with their heads deep In this sand Oh auntie he exclaimed suddenly Now I know why they call them ostrich farms Why Tommy asked his aunt Hecauso they 1Ilant them Intbu ground Theres a lot of planted birds new Unaccounted For You cant Set something for nothi lag remarked tho auhor1ct- And yet aDliwertXlthe man whip Imabud dreama 1 am sure all those purple dragons and pink rhinoceroses I got out of that Welsh rabbit wets never put Into II 4 1855 Berea College 1908 i FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 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 placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures Horary and general advantages as for more advanoed student ArlthmoUo and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Fret text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yoare for those who have larger finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course no that a young man may securo 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 fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S and 4 year courses with Latla Gen man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wits uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching T1rst year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrstctaM certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and corer branches noo0s vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra la connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved 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 be pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Beea In order that It may train young men and wom a for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come froa the but families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents la Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable trala lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who nero to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents it one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vaTJl with different people Berca favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm W1ttW and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no real for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights waaa 1 log of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring CO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school butt6 Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ox teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses witH Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are aa follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In one payment 92200 Installment plan first day 1875 Including LOO deposit middle ot term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work U4L SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks t2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot a term recelvo back for money advanced as follows On board In full except that BO allowance 9s made for any traction ol a weekrtjOn room or on any special expense s no allowance for any OB plred fraction of a month and In any case forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental tee a certificate allowing the student to apply ta amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fractloa of a monthaIT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey sad are trey started in school It pays to stay aa tone as poeslble The first day ot Spring term is Mardi 26 1M The first day of Fall term Is September 16 MOt For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA J r 4 That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it the mountain people liq a good thing when they see it anti to get a Mr c nt knife with tife hiadcs of razor sleel and a dollar paper that is worth more to Uie mourn taro people than any other dollar paper in the world I The Knife find The Citizen for One Ddlar That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it yew ought to have REDUCING THE CIRCULATION Lesion For Local Application In Money Stringency This financial depression remark ed the town philosopher will turn out to be not altogether an evil If Itserves to teach us the valuo of having plenty of currency In circulation around home Thero Is just ns much money In the nation today as there was three months ago but you cant see it Our cash took fright some weeks ago and scurried into rat holes and other places of private deposit It was hoarded at home instead of being left In the chan nets of trade The result Is that many communities have been unable to find cash enough to carry on their regular lines of business Some factories have had to shut down others have reduced their working force and those stil running at full tilt have had to pay their hands In scrip certificates and other makeshifts for real money Other business enterprises have had to retrench TIll erect of this retrench ment Is felt In the home Even Santa Claus this season has had to cut down his customary generosity The little children though they do not under stand why ore suffering because the cash took fright and went Into hiding In every community there are per sons loud In their denunciation of Wall street the stock gamblers the money manipulators or whoever It was that caused the financial flurry You can hear these Indignant citizens on the street corners crying down Wall street with loud cries Yet these same folks are In the habit of doing things that tend to bring about for the homo town and community just such a scarcity of money as this depression shows In kind if not In degree They do It not by hoarding their money but by what may be called ex dung it You will find them when they have money to spend poring over big catalogues from the gigantic general stores In the large cities which male a specialty of business at long range These big concerns believe in the cen tralization of business Theyact as pow erful magnets drawing to themselves the loose cash lying around every com munity Our friends who decry Wall street are frequently the very ones who contribute most largely to the city magnet They send their money out of the community thus reducing the local circulating medium The result Is that local business stagnates the town comes to a standstill If not actually taking the Inclined plane and people begin to cry that times are hardOf course concluded the town philosopher when you mall your money to the city you are helping to build up the big stores there and thus give employment to many clerks But what about the clerks In your own town What about your local stores Do you prefer to aid the big stores at a distance rather than your homo stores which are run by men you have known nil your lives Patriotism be gins at homo Every citizen should do his best toward building up his own community and ho certainly doesnt add to the reneral welfare and to hU own best Interests In the long run when be does long distance buying that he could do at home MODEL VILLAGES Excellent Plan Followed by a Mining Settlement In France Consul IlXvibert Johnson In a from Liege gives details of coal minI ing enterprises in Belgium one of which Is planning to establish a model mining village and has engaged as Frnnce1concem1 These French mines employ a force of some 8000 workmen They possess 2000 workmens dwellings that are rented to tho miners at from 115 to 154 a month The houses with gardens attached are arranged in attractive villages with broad + streets and boulevards Churches and schools have been built The water supply sanitary arrangements and tho electric light plant are all ot the most modern and up to date class A visit to Bethune proved highly satisfactory to tho officials of the Llm bourg region and has tended to strengthen their determination In building up their new organization to follow as closely as possible the model set by tho French mines Thus ac cording to the plans this new mining settlement in the Camplne will be a most beneficial Innovation and Instead of the hitherto Insanitary conglomera lion of hovels piled one against the other without either symmetry or design the new mining village will pre sent an attractive and orderly collection of neat cottages grouped on we1 laid out and broad streets with a plen tiful supply of good water and the most advanced system of electric light- Ing and sanitary appointments Novel Road Marker It Is very annoying to have grocers wagons and other vehicles spoiling the lawn by cutting oil the corners of tho drive and many people use white washed stones at intervals to warn drlvers not to come too close to the p grass Ioveier these are not pleas publishedbyU worth considering says the New York Herald Three or four places were planned together In such a way as to havo a private drive and It be came necessary to have something that 4 would indicate by night where tha road was that led to this gentlemans yliouse To rare the expense of n lamp and artificial light he planted a white birch treo which Is fairly con spicuous except on the darkest nights and serves nil practical purposes as well as a more expensive and less beautiful light rj taaoaea l aaaeaaafliaaTA- XATION AND- REFORMi IN OREGON i getsvT ise e saecsettsets49a The legislature ot the stato of Oregon has been working out taxation problems during its last session In line with other progressive states an amendment to the Oregon constitution Is proposed The citizens inter ested in tax reform want an amendment giving the legislature the broad t power of classifying the subject of taxation and deciding what will lie taxed for state and what for local pur posesOregon has had a taxation commis sion at work for some time From Its report recently submitted the con elusion reached there Is that the gen eral property tax is not working well and that it ought to bo abolished In part at least It Is suggested that It would be well to have separate sources of revenue for state and for local government and the only way to attain this Is by amending the con stitution IMPROVING TAX LAWS Taxation Is the subject of investiga tion and discussion in many states and three reports have been made by special commissions which give an interesting indication of tho present trend of expert opinion New Yorks commission recom mends the abolition of the tax on per sonal property and the Imposition tIt a progressive tax on inheritances The California commission is also opposed to taxing personal property but as serts that if it is to be taxed to revenue should go to tho counties ex clusively with the revenue from tbe tax on realty It Is further recom mended that all corporations and franchise taxes be reserved to the state Tao report of the Massachusetts commission proposes the taxation of direct as well as collateral inherit ances of billboards and of stock transfers the tretentlon of all fran chise exactions by the state and a graded tax on automobiles It Is as sorted that with these additional levies the pay State could readily enough abolish the tax on realty as well as on personal property for municipal purposes exceJtI Here in Rhode Island the taxation is Inadequate and but no effort toward a betterment has been or Is likely to be made as long 19I TMORTGAGE TAX New York has a mortgage record Ing tax law which has Increased the- revenuefrom mortageg taxation over the old system by 100 per cent and re sulted in a reduction of interest rates The principal virtue of the law Is that its operation dos not admit fraud since a mortgage to be legal must be recorded and to be recorded must pay tile tax Small as thi latter Is In proportion to the 2 or 24 per cent formerly levied It has Increased tho rovenme because formerly more than 80 per cent of the mortgages escaped taxation altogether The New York Sun reviewing the operation of the measure reports that the new law warded off a serious I shortage of mortgage capital in this town during the latter half of last I year It will no doubt react before long on the rates of interest bringing Unam back to the normal level of 4 per cant and 4Mi per cent add perhaps establish them eventually at so low a rate as 3Y to 4 per cent CARDINAL RULES OF TAXATION The remedy proposed by E M Thresher of the Dayton Chamber of Commerco for the difficulties in tho tax system of Ohio Is similar to the remedy now being urged In many states Ho says The essence of tho difficulty seems to lie In the attempt to make the con stltutlon deal with details rather than with principles The proper remedy In my judgment Is only to be found in an amend meat ot the constitution which shall give to the general assembly power to classify all proper subjects for tax ation In such a manner that No subject shall escape Its proper share of thts burden No subject of the same class shall be taxed more than once The tax shall In all cases be uni form to subjects of the same class and just to the subject taxed State of Washington Has a Constitu tional Amendment to Permit Classification of Property For Taxation Purposes In common with other states that are seriously considering the betterment of tax laws Washington comes to the front with a proposition to amend its state constitution Tho pertinent paragraph In the proposed amendment rends i Thepower of taxation shall never be surrendered suspended or con tracted away Taxes shall be uniform upon the same class of subjects and shall be levied and collected for pub lic purposesV A PLATFORM This platform bas been adopted by the Ohio State Board of Commerce as the slogan of its campaign for tax reform Our purpose is to make Ohio the best state In tho Union in which to earn a living operate a business and own property I NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Plrtlage1 TO TEST NEW LAWThe Conoy Island Jockey Club of New York Is determined to bring about a judicial Interpretation of the new antibet ting law This was mado known when the Jockey Club obtained a writ of habeus corpus In the Supreme Court directing the sheriff of Kings County to produce before Justice Collins who was on Friday arrested charged with accepting a wager The hearing was sot down for Monday Louisiana has also enacted an anti betting law similar to thn recent New York statute and no more racing will be held In New Orleans for the present MIMIC WARFARE FATAL Prae trice In warfare by New York militia who were pretending to defend the city cgalnst a hostile fleet cost a life last week Two men were wounded They wore sbootlng1 a cannon and a new charge of powder was exploded by sparks left from the preY ious charge Every man In the crew was swept off his feet Ono mans arm was blown otc the other two were knocked against a stone wall It Is thought all will die WOMAN MUST DIEairs Mary Farmer charged with the killing of Mrs Sarah Brenaan was sentenced to bo electrocuted at Auburn Prison Nw York August 2 The crime for which Mrs Farmer was convicted was most fiendish Her victim wan fiftyfive Years old waa her neighbor and friend Her motive was to gain the Brennan home deeda of which Mrs Farmer had forged In October Mrs Brtunan was hacked to pieces with a hatchet and hr body piled in a trunk STATE NEWS Coiliaued from Pint rate warrant can bo sworn out and a hunt for the liquor begun The second provision Is fixing a penalty sufficien tly heavy to stop blind tigers whlah are a nuisance GOV WILLSON AND TOBACCO TROUBLE It has been said that Gov Wllltoaa method of ending the tobacco trouble Is costly But How can it be made cheap Can twenty counties be subdued that hare ap vigorously defied law and order aad over ridden the law of morality and Individual liberty Have the night riders shown any regard for the coet ot others property No The 40000 expended la aerea months was spent to aaaist the law abiding 11laduring the lost few weeks developed and It II likely that there will be no neeertlty of sending troops Into the counties where they lace previous ly been The earnestness of the raid ere and the destruction that follows In their wako are the beat evidences that can be had that expensive co ercion is oaaloet way of settling them GOOD ROADS IN FAYETTE C M Hanna of the State Agricultural Department says that Fayctto County Is the only county In the State that can boast of model roads But he says that other counties have recently taken up the movement for the per fection of our public roads Mr Hanna has arranged for holding a Good Roads Convention at Eminence Ky on Friday July 3 because Henry County was first to start tho work The peoplo who should be the most Interested are those of Eastern Ken tucky as good roads are badly In need there GOLDEN WEDDING Gov and Mrs J Proctor Knott have Just cele brated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage The reception was held In the Masonic Temple at Leban on which is their homo It was a great pleasure for Gov Knott and his bride of fifty years ago to meet their friends and shake hands with them on this occasion Gov Krfotta health being very much impaired he is for ced to keep his room most of the timeFREE THE HELPLESS Acting Governor Cox made a visit to the ittto penitentiary Tuesday and went thru the prison Hospital where the ripples and diseased are It Is cer tain that many of tho aged cripples and dying consumptives will bo freed to die at home among friends It was thetlrat tlmo in many years that a governor has been thru the prison Pete Mays a negro sent from Louisville will get his freedom Mays has been In prison for twenty years being sent under tho habitual act of stealing His record Ja good with not- a mark against him JUDGE TAULBEEt S S TaulbeeI has announced himself as a Democratic candidate for Congress from the Tenth District Mr Taulbeo Is County Judge of Breathltt County is n very strong man in Eastern Ken tuck and has Identified himself with tho antlIIargls element Breathltt County was the battle ground In the last campaign Representative Lang by Republican carrying Breathltt by a bis majority BODY FOUND IN RIVERWhile fishing in the Kentucky river near Tyrone a boy named Williams found a body afloat In too river The boy reported his discovery and tho body was IndenUfted aa that of Carey Carter a prominent young man who was drowned nearly four months ago Carter and two companions were boat- Ing near Lock No 6 In March the boat became unctanagablo the two companions jumped out and swam ashore but the boat with Carter In It wont over the dam and he was drowned A large crowd attended his funeral as ha was one of the most popular young men In Anderson Co POLITICAL NOTES C itUntd from Pint raxel tonal Committee will meet In Wash ington A cubcommlttee met In Clu clpnatl and It was supposed that Frank Hitchcock who has managed the preliminary campaign so well would be chosen lIe however de dined on the ground of 111 health to allow himself to be considered It la now entirely uncertain who will be chosen but there Is still somo hope that Mr Hltchcoak can be indutcd to change his mind JOHN S WILLIAMS RESIGNS John Sharp Williams of Mississippi has resigned as minority leader of the House ot Representatives Mr Williams says It Is best for his party aad for his health that he give up the leadership of the Democratic inks And It the next House goes Democratic the speaker ot the House ought to have at least the training of the last short session of tide Coatrws WRIGHT WILL SUCCEED TAFT Lak B Wright of Ten lee will eueced Mr Talt aa Secretary of War Mr Wright wae a tOted Dense teat once and la to be appointed by the president ae a number of his cabinet Mr Wrights great ad Inlatratlve and legal ability both fit Tim to deal with the problems In the Philippines Panama and Cuba the work ot the War Department 1Cor now such that only a man with special fitness and training la ablo to do Just lee to It Of all the men In the country the President feels that Wright la the man best equipped for Ute place In making the appointment the President was Influenced by the desire to recognize that there Is co longer a dividing line between the Nortii and South but that all good Americans are one As Philippine Commissioner And later ViceGover nor and Governor Sir Wright won the affection and regard of the army to a hick degree SUMMER HEAT DREADFUL Four Die In One Day Murcury 08 degrees Tuesday was the hottest day of the year In most places in tho United States Tho thermometer registered 98 degree In Louisville and other cit ies Five people have been prostrated at tho Sunday School Convention In Louisville and people are suffering more with heat than for years past Four persona died In Philadelphia Tuesday because of the sweltering weather and there were numerous partial prostrations some of which may end In death The outlook is that It may continue to bo hot for some days to come The hot wave covers the whole east and extends over the middle west Louisville and Galveston Texas ohowed a higher registration of the mercury than any other place in the United States the record being 98 degrees The intensity of the heat caused twelve deaths In twentyfour hours by drowning Thousands of people are going to the beaches along tho eastern sea shore to get away tram the heat Twelve persons were reported drowned near New York Tho heat has been severe In Berea the past jeok each day showing an Increase in temperature June 19 the temperature was 91 degrees June 20 05 degrees June 21 93 degrees June 22 94 degrees June 23 06 degrees Thos who work In the sun should be careful about the water they drink Neglect and carlejsness will cause typhoid BURNAM THE MAN Madison Man Elected National Com mitteman to Succeed John W Yerkes Chicago 111 Tune 18The fiercest fight ever made for a member of the Republican National Committee from Kentucky ended at ten oclock this morning Ins the election of Judge A R Burnam of Richmond Ills electlon marks the end ot the long fight between R P Ernst and Frank Fisher of Paducah- In the three ballots taken the vote stood thirteen to thirteen each for Eract and Frank Fisher causing a deadlock In the delegation Every In fluence was used to change tho votes but of no avail and It was finally decided by the Ernest men to throw their strength to Burnam Jf the eighth district docgatea supporting Fisher would go to him When the delegation met at ten oclock this morning a surprise was sprang when Col Belknap tho first Ernst man reached on tho roll toll voted for X R Burnam and tho entire Ernst strength and the two Fish er men from the eighth went to Burnam electing him by fourteen to twelve Congratulations were shower ed upon Judga Durum whoso cleotloi was the happy ending of the struggle that kept the Kentucky delegates and party leaders under extreme tension since Sunday Buruams election was a decided gain to the party In the State No man In Kentucky Is better fitted to heal the breaches In the party or could represent us more ably In the national oounjlla Ho has for years been a prominent leader In tho state while avoiding partisanship and tat tional fights Ho la therefore In a position to command Ute support of both sides He has wide experience and an unequalled retfUtatlen in the stale and his Influence will be moat valuable in every way The Itepttb lima of the Mare are to be eoBgrat slated on hit election aad MadUou County can well take great pride in ells able to furnish so fine a ran to meet the emergency W H HUMPHREYS HONORED One of the most Interesting features or education In Maysvllle Kentucky le the growth and development of tho eolorid raee The progress la principally due to the untiring efforts of larol W 1L Htiwphreys one of Be eas colored graduates of 1903 The nterest of the white people In that city Is very great as was shown Tuee lay night at the Washington Opera house when the balcony was filled to he number of several hundred Nearly all the white teachers In Maysvllle were present and Suit D S Clinger cud wife were very enthusiastic over the success of the programIPrincipal Humphreys Graduated from Berea with an A B degree and then studied some In Harvard He fa- ORe ot the befit colored educators la the State I AN EXCURSION Tbe Kentucky Evening Gazette of Lexington Is giving a personally conducted outing ot eight day at Algan so Russets Island Mich The sale of tickets closes on July 4 and rcserva Ion may be made tor 2 If for any reason a person cannot go and notl ties Tho Gazette on or before July 4 the 2 will bo returned Tho entire cost of tho trip will be 1690 for adults and 1945 for children between five and twelve years This Includes railroad tare both ways boat tare and meals and lodging on the Island la fact everything Tho pecial leaves Lexington July 13 Drop Co postal to The Gazette Excursion Department and a folder telling all abort the trip will be sent you Poetic Idea of Indian Possibly the most beautiful ot bunal customs known among aboriginal people was that which prevailed among the Iroquois Indiana of treeing a cap Uvo bird over the grave of tho dead on the night of burial to carry tho soul of the departed to tho Spirit Land THE MARKET f lane Prices Eggs per dozen 12o fit flutter per Ib15Oc t Potatoes Irish per bum25 Apples per hJ3 00 Strawberries per Q1l0130JBacon per Ib101Iu lIam per lb 12C Lard per lb12e Chickens oa fnet per Ik lie Chickens ereeee per lb ltt Live Stack Louisville Juno 23 1903 Choice export steers S 76 8 40 Choice butcher steers B 25 I 90 Common butcher cteera 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher steers 4 75 55 Common butcher steers 4 25 4 5 Choice butcher heifers 4 75 5 00 t Medium butcher heifers 4 00 5 00 Common butcher halters 311i 4 CO Choice butcher cows 4 25 416 Medium butcher cows 3 CO 4 Ji Common butttfer COWl 3 75 1 f0 Canners 125 225 Choice fat oxen 4 60 6 t 0 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls 3 60 4 25 Medium bulls 2 75 3 CO Common bulls 2 25 2 75 Choler veal calves 5 CO 6 00 Medium veal salves 3 CO 8 00 Common calves 2 60 3 10 Good feeders 460 6 CO Medium feeders 4 00 4 r0 Common feeders 3 60 4 to Choice i took steers 4 00 4 M Medium stuck steers 3 SO 4 00 Common stoee steers 3 00 3 fO Choice stock heifers IS I 75 Medium stock heifers 360 3 25 Common mixed stockers 2 60 3 60rChoice mUch cows 35 00 45 00 Medium taltah eon 26 00 SO 00 Common milch COW II Of SI II ty flee Choke picket aid buUhere am to MO DM e6o Medium packers awl katlhsri- IN to MO 1M if00 Choice piW 90180 lbe 5 05 Light piP 1090 lbs 4 00 Light MMMNH 1SO1W ib4 Cafe Mooch liMM IYs 160 lit sans CholM tat sheet 490 i K Medium abee 300 400 OMWOB keep 263 SCt flocks 1 10 3 dO Choice lambs 7 10 Seconds SCO Oood buUUwr lambs 410 f 00 Cvlla awl tallends t II 4 fMOW PORK 19 M HAMSCholee agar eared light sad special wire UllHa hjwry to medium nUKfc8- HOOLDURS4HC fr lb e JUCOXCleer rib tides 9U rigs oUr clear aWes Shit breakfast baton 14Vie suptr eared shoulders Stfe lotsharyLARD PrUae attain la ttoree 8ftrpure loot in tierces Qi In tubs ic DRIED BEEF He EGGS Case count J50 per doz i candled lie- Dt1TTIIR 16e per lb w POULTRY Spring ohloksna 18c to 20c hen lOc ducks So turkeys 9a 10a ducks 110- WHEAll No 2 9o No 3 tiCORN No 2 white 8U NOImixed 79c- OATSNow No 3 white 55c No 3 mixed 63Hc tIRYENo 2 Northern DOc NoI Northern 90a Be Yourself Insist on yourself never Imitate Your own gift you can present oven moment with tho cumulative force ot a whole lifes cultivation but of the adopted talent ot another you have 0 only an extemporaneous halfpoasos lion Bmenon New Yorks Increase In Wealth Rod estate valuus In New York clttaccording to the assessment flguroa are increasing 100ii970 04cl1l1a1I The Cynic Again We always dislike a man who has is graspod an opportunity we tailed to see When we say of a man that ho s wont listen to reason ho Is probably saying the same of usThnlatler OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 1 Central Avenue end Court Street ClntlQnatl Ohio i Ar l tff80llslonr established In the Vest It Is coeducational anti hag a touch L fIng corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and ndnpfedto the requirements of modern dental education and Its Y rtlCII1Olnclnnatl 1 WANT FLOWERS Out Vln rTiUjfl P rnt Kunrml I lfni WedUnr flee rulUtl 1UnU o bblid Ow14f + The Co ixcotroiATia PHONE 12 BEREA KY o N iNNNNNooNoeooAolNoe ooeooo 0 i Berea and i o 0 a- o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES aII S oaooeioe DR BEST I DENTIST crrr runxK ran OFFICE OVER POST OPP1CB It M hot today Mls Carla Reedy a former ttu tUdt ot Berea Is sick with appondl fM at Corbin ltd J Duff A former Berea Uudent i4tO has been very III with typholt terer le Mowiy Improving at Hazard IM Berea Dank and Trust Compnj It very dollberato about choosing Ha Wears as It takes some time to mask a decision LftUo Eugcno Marsh has typhoid tow but It Is not eerlous Chas Burdcttto has gone to Clarks fowrjc Indiana for a short vtolt The new brlok building for tho Bo Md National Bank ts started near the Wttoh block 11- lt I Jagio hoi started a new tart CM Chestnut street Stanley Frost returned Saturday Harr fclttAdlng the meeting of the Bete ProM AModaUon at Cerulean j tpdiW Yrs Fruit west Oil too Ob Air wham the graduated to aUaaU tin Oeramonwment On their way tak from the Springs Uwy went flura Memmoth Cave WMter Frost and Idles PrlMilla Clawwllo hoi been visiting at PTM Vratfit left Monday for Oberlfm TOWN TAXES PUEl Al Aax pay n lathe town ot Bcrea are hereby wrtlttid that taxes for the year 190S rya due and must bo paid to mo W L Harrison Collector line tits sewing by the day or ptoee tI U er or write WM Bertha Robin SSI 1Itrea Ky a4rJ P BWtnell of Hftzel Green lb wM in town on btnln w lut WttA Xlf Scptfc McOuIra was Coiled to 7jioHyvlllo last week on account of tit illness of his father fs JIM ED Wallace hoe been suf lrlQIt greatly for tho past week with rjteunintlsm Mlso Bertha Settle who made a ort visit In Lexington returned Sat Jay Mrs May Dick was a Richmond vis itor last Monday Mlle Ted Cook has a place with the Berea Telephone Co for the summer MrJ R Hayes of McKee the Hashlcr of tho bank at that place wax In town Monday on business Miss Lilllo Chrlsman expects to Ifavo Saturday tor how homo at Combo Ky where she will teach this fall 1 John Welch came last week fox a visit with homo folkst r i e Qulto a larfiio crowd ofBerca pco TjPjio1 enjoyed a rest qt atlozy SlIrlngs 4 Sunday t Mlss Kate Logsdon was the guest If fit her sister Mrs James Coylo ot i JUI1 oho flrct of tho week MMlas Grace Adams was the guest of ffeiidsln Richmond Friday and Sat urday + RUth Putnam of Miami University i50sford 0 Is home for her sum i Mr vacation andtJfi vie with Mr and Mrs Alsoa Baker ot Bear Wallow Ky JMinq Nora McCormlck who has been ffisrtlng her grandparents at Slate L ckrhas returned to her home InI i Winchester RICHMOND GREENHOUSES rhone Ho lea PHONE ALBERT I Potter Drug Vicinity oNieNlNooislCrNcelolletloooeloaoo BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COME a Mr and Mrs Frank Coylo wont to Wlldle Sunday Mr Coylo returned Monday while Mn Coylo will remain with her parents for a few days for a vlilt bIIeen rutting in Lancaster and Wallaceton since Commencement returned home Mtunlay Rav Losllo Baker Patter of the Glad Cbriatlnn Church lest year Is visiting at the home of R E Baugh Tile iHiptta of the Baptist Sunday School are practicing for Chlldreas Day exercises which are to be given at the Baptist Churoh Sunday night Huston Oreon Is at home again for a short stay GOOD FARil LAND WANIBDI Parties having about 100 acres of pod farm land In Madison County orIadjoining Bluegrass Counties for lease will do welt to address The OUIzon Berea Ky PrW L V Dodge nit a iced the Ohio 0 A R Btteampmtnt but week a54 WM klsblr honored He made an Addrtti In UM attornoon and was nacb fompHnwatwl Prof Dodge reIturn d Mondty looking welt and M fresh M If he had not mail a Journey An los errant oeiat will bee held atI th Glade Christian enroll SatarI tey June M Btryltttfy invited Two ttoowrm for tt cents Thxe will bt an IM cretin social lit the WalUMten Baptist church SAturda y night July 4 Everybody cow and bring tomebody else Attorneys 0 P Jaclawn William HKTitKUm and J Tevis Cobb were In fleece two days last week taking de poaltlone In a law suit between J P Blaknell and Early over tho windup of their former partnership- T J Jackson and wife of Dayton Ohio are visiting Mr Jacksons parents at Mote Ky A number of young peoplo surprised Norman Frost with a social on his twentyfirst birthday Tuesday night Juno 23 A lawn party was planned but was prevented by tho rain that roll early In the evening Tho party gathered In the Presidents house and enjoyed the games and refreshments which were served Cues M Fulkcrson one of Bereas graduates thin year left Tuesday for his home In Xcnla 0 where ho will stay a few days then ho will go to Lake Geneva to take special training in gymnasium work Mr and MN James Baker of Wal lacoton were the piesta ot Mr anil Mrs E B Wallace Tuesday Miss Julia Brlnkerhott a student of Borea left Mondayi for Cincinnati where she will work this summer A gift of three specimens of ore was presented to tho College museum by Mr J W Adams of Whites Sta tion One came from Clark County Kentucky another Is a mlxturo of lead and silver from Joplin Mo and the other is silver and lead ore iron the mines of Mexico Mr J 0 Bowman who has been in school hero tho past year has chosen physical director In the col- logo next year and ho will go t Lake Geneva the first of July for advanced gymnasium work Mr Bow mans father J C Bowman and old eat brother havo arrived In Bored Mr J C Bowman will ba manager and Instructor in the Commercial Department this year w In ao JZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE Bolben ffitocet2 Go pbonc 184 HDain Street Opposite GUijen Office 1T 1 ra o e I College Items I so- Z HERE AND THERE o- oioloSWSoNosloNSoSo 0 Prof and Mrs William A Cook left Tuesday for their now homo 4n Batovlllc Arkansas whore he has accepted the chair of Philosophy In Arkansas Colleges Prof anti MmI Cook made many friends during their ono year stay In Derea The ciiiiciw s well as the college regret to fro them leave Bores The Citizen sends Its best regards with them Prof and Mrs J W Dlnsmoro started Wednesday for Europe They will set sell Friday from Philadelphi- an board the Marquette and will make short visits in England Scotland Germany und Ittly had contem plate a trip to the Far East Dr Ezra A Cook baa gone to Germany whore he will Join his wife who has been there some weeks Dr Cook has accepted the chair of Philosophy of Religion in Congregational College of Montreal Can and will teach there next year The Citizen is In receipt of a letter from Claude DoDaun a former student of Derca He writes that ho Bstraor Hudson are at work for the Department at Agriculture in Sac atoll Arizona AA amateur game of base ball was played at the Y M C A convention at Ashvillo N O last week between tho Kentucky delegates and the N 0 delegates Kentucky lost tho game mainly thru the exceptionally straight curves and high drops that Meese threw Grathwell was a star ho threw the ball from left field to third and hit a bald headed man on tho side line Boggs did excellent batting he fanned six times In five Innings and Perry caught ono man outon the bound- Rey C II Palmer a former student of Berea now in the Babtlsfc ministry writes a cordial letter to his college friends from Nampa Idaho Taylor Muncy one of Bereas stu dents who is a Sunday school worker In Eastern Kentucky has organized a Christian Endeavor Society at BurnlnI Springs Clay County and has also or ganlzcd threw Sunday schools and Is asked to visit two more places Mrs Hudson who has been in the hospital for some time with dlptherla Is out again Mr Jacob Browning has fever in the hosplttal There Is very little ty phoid in Derea this summer but the weather is hot and people should be very careful about the treatment of themselves as typhoid can be averted by care In the water and food you eat MEETING OF KENTUCKY PRESS The Kentucky Press Association closed a most enjoyable annual meeting lost Friday at Cerullan Springs in Trigg County among the fierce night riders Tho meeting while small or than usual was very enthusiastic and helpful and was greatly enjoyed by all present The hotel was a de lightful one and every effort had been made to mako their stay pleasant About a hundred men women an children attended the meeting per haps forty oi them being editors of papers In this state Tho Eighth District was host represented the Eleventh having only two representa I tivesMadison County was honored by the choice of A D Miller the able editor of tho Climax of Richmond as Chairman of tho Executive Com mittee of tho association for the ensuing year Mr Miller Is one of the must popular members of the as sociation and was widely congratulat ed or his election Everything for Ladies and Childrens Wear When you buy from us you secure the best goods Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY I New Bargain for You EIGHT ROOM HOUSE House with eight rooms two hallways and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with good stock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five I minutes walk of College Avery desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at o ceII1050 Sale good title I REPRESENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO 25000000000udone too good for you and I have the best Gallon or address G D HOLLIDAY THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MAN E cntuckytI OHIO 6 AtR ENCAMPMENT Prof Dodge a Prominent Speaker Following are some sketches ta ken from an article that appeared In the Times Democrat Lima O It was only appropriate and fitting that the opening exercises of the greatest O A It encampment ever held In the state should be In charge of the Womans Relief Corps the auxllliary of brave and noble woman which has done so much for this pat rlotlc brothers Tile events of theI morning was In celebration of Flag Day the otto hundred and thirtyfirst year of its adoption aa our national symbolThe exercises were held la the Hugh School building Mrs Ella D Wood ward had charge of the program Hannah Maxou past national chaplain then led In a beautiful and fervid prayer Mrs Oscar Lear made a presentation speech and gave a beaut iful flag to Mr S S Steffons principal OL the school Then a song followed by seven young girls of the Freshman clam of the High school- A flag pin was given to Walter DavIson by the W R C of Ohio as- a prize won In a contest held several weeks ago Then Richard Shappoll gave an oration A Conquering Nation Another delightful speaker was L V Dodge post commander of our neighboring state Kentucky whose beautiful southern voice charmed all who heard him and who seemed to be exceedingly Impressed with the show Ins made by tho city lie paid an el oquent tribute to the city to Its in halltants and also to the two young niu who had distinguished them eches In the first part of the program WHY MADISON COUNTY WILL RAISE TOBACCO I MADISON COUNTY WILL RAISE TOBACCO A few extracts from a letter to the Lexington Herald will show why Madison County will raise thedfarmers have not joined of Equity and therefore are not res ponclble for the tobacco now in the pool and yet unsold And tobacco has been pur principal crop for making money for the past ten years much of our land is rough and hilly and we cannot use many of the modern farm ing Implements Wo cannot comoete with such counties as Clark Fayette and Bourbon In raising other farm products because the expense is greater and the production less And again our per cent of tobacco raising Is very small compared with other counties and either way we would no be affected to a great extent We think il perfectly right to raise and keep the tobacco raisers from suffer ing Muse Lloyd cited an Incident o a man being killed at Klrbsvllle That In a mistake no one was ever killed In Klrksville over a tobacco trouble and we hope never will be Our people are brave loyal and true SENTENCE SERMONS Patching a little only makes a larg er rent Great galas are not always a gain ingreatnessFaith cot fight knowledge it simply forges ahead of Itw Its easy describing the dangers of riches before have any Lecturing ontho piscatorial art will give no ona a fish dinner The man who Is short on his meas ures is often long on meetings Wherever there Is a heart open to heaven there is a house ot heaven You can never Impoverish the life that delights to glvo itself away You will not go to heaven on your record for uncovering tho faults I of tho heaven bound Theres many a gain we could call a loss if wp knew what we would pay for it in tho long run Many a man who is strong on dca criblng the mind of the Almighty b mighty weak on minding men If your religion does not lead you to think more of people It will never lead you to know much about God You can argue tho divine out of the heavens but you cannot take the divine Imperative out ot your own heart The devil worries little over tho man who never thinks of the salva tion of the world until he is called onto pray In meeting Henry F Cope Olive Oil Cheap In Greece In greece the usual price of olive oil Is only about SO cents a quart at exoeptlonall L A Davis Ml D RESIDEMCEPHONES ST Dr Howard Switzer Office and Residence CENTER STREET PHONE 66 BEREA KY S R BAKER DENTIST OrTIC InI fag Richmond StreetBEREAKY IIOSlM Ian frM I U 6 City Fh UJ Tttlo funded without palSaeJ SEE MK ABOUT TOUR w EYES 0li t U Suit All CudiUa J M Early Jew ler EngraverSluln Berea Kentu- ckyTombstones M When you want to buy one wait for GILBERT REYNOLDS Ileprene tiling Richmond Marble Company He will treat you fight t ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Week Promptly RtutlleL CONK BRAS Laacasler Ky H Y DEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at- IHst a portion of your account with us whether large or small Ie JI JI HYDtN KY Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters forcow horse lOOchtckens Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain if taken at once For par ticulars see M L Spink Uerea Ky I fKENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kentucky State Fair I LOUISVILLE SEPT 146 days Stanford July 283 days Paris Sept 15 days Danville August 53 days Liberty Aug 2G 3days Winchester August 44 days Burkesvllle August UI days Lexington August lo daysr Lancaster July 293 days Barbourville Aug 193 days Somerset September 14 days Brodhead Aug 123 days Sholbyvlllo Aug 124 days BEREA August 678 London August 254 days Monticello September 8i daya r SHEET MUSIC l s 1 My Mother Grave is the titles of a new copyright song with words I by James W Leath and Music byI A Rlcordo of Chicago The poem was published In the Western Chris tian Advocate Cincinnati February 22 1905Mr t ath Is a teacher and has a State Certificate which is valid till x 1915 He was a former schoolmate of Attorney General N B Hays under the tuition ot Judge Blackr i 3a4 Price 50 cants For further pars 4 tlcular call at the office of The Citizen Porter Drug Co or address the author at Hyden Leslie County Kentucky Struck Youngster as tIt was his first day at school They sang Mary Had a Little Lamb When he camo homo ho told his moth or they sang about Marya Iamb andJ that the lamb had neas oswhlte as snow Wasnt It funuy mamma to ilng bout fleas The Citizen 1 family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting mbluhed ertrr Tbnrtdtf it Serte Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated ttanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates rAYABLB IN ADVANCE sae Year ra Six Months k Three Montfai xl Send money by loatoO ffl or Uiptrti Moor Rtgiilered Letter or one end teSol stamp The due liter your same en libel how t what due our iubicrlptlon la paid If It la not chanted within bite weeks alter tcnrwal- otlly u- Mitsg Biimbtri will be gladly supplied If we- are notified Pine Premiums Iren for new rabKrlpttMi end prompt renewala Send for Premium 1UI Liberal terms chen to any who obtain sew hacriptlona for ua Any one sendingus foul rlY ub can reel tve liftKt bfraMlf for one ear Adrertldnc ruts on application MKMIIIR OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION JHawaii Is spoken of as the key to the Pacific which is like calling the pantry the storm door Castro defies us and the battleships are on the other side of the world Still it might be worse when tho fresh egg shows up one can but admire how the gentle hen Improves on the cold storage plant Alexander EOrr of New York city is said to be a director in more com panies than any other man living The payasyouenter cars seem to be more especially popular with those who happen to have their nickels handy Rev D C Hughes father of the New York governor preached twice to one of Brooklyns Baptist congrega tions recently If the Gould family Insists on cut ting down Annas allowance will the prince be keen to take off his coat and support her Tho English suffragette goes after a vote as if it were packed away In something calling for a hammer and a chisel to get the hoops off Foreign noblemen are not the ones who do not learn by experience They have found a way to marry an Ameri can heiress and still beat their cred- Itors One cent was found among the as sets of the latest looted bank In the haste of departure the manager appears to have inadvertently dropped It on the floor It may be true that South Carolina Is now raising as fine tea as any that tan be produced In China but we still have to depend largely on China for our laundrymen Mrs Baldwin a niece of Gen U S Grant has been postmaster at St Albans Kanawha county W Va for many years and is likely to continue BO while she lives The making of cologne water la a secret a floating news note Informs us but cologne is far from being se cretive otherwise aa any visit to the theater can teach us Another obvious embarrassment oc casioned by these alliances between dukes and American heiresses Is that It prompts all the tailors to get busy and recoup themselves The lawyers are very sorry of course that there is any possibility of a divorce in the Vanderbilt family but If there must be one they will cheerfully consent to take the case Jersey City will soon have the big gent clock in the world with an il luminated dial 28 feet in diameter and Jersey City men will have one less reason for staying out late at night A bronzetablet has been placed on Old South Middle Hall In Yale campus New Haven to mark the room once occupied by Nathan Hale Yale 1773 hero of the revolution ary war This room also was later occupied by Ell Whitney Inventor of the cotton gin and John C Calhoun SUIT a good many legislators go s through a term without setting with in smelling distance of boodle The presence of corrupUon funds Is often apparent only to a green reporter or a member who thinks his favorite mesa lire U In danger Hard cash is just about as tough at a state capital as tlMwhere Whltelaw Reid the American am bassador to Great Britain and many other distinguished persons attended the Basque Fetes arranged in Sara France in honor of King Edward His t majesty who Is sojourning at Biar ritz was prevented from attending however on account of a storm which prevailed there Mr Carnegie confidently anticipates that in the next generation or the line after the habit of tobacco smoking will be held In the same disrepute that tobacco chewing Is now A rather dIs- tant peep Into the Indefinite future Meanwhile tho great majority of man kind will continue to solace Itself with one of the least harmful of all the rites when moderately Indulged In WaterWays By PROF R PH D Chair ut sod of PnB lvaola irTLIE of Her EMORY JOHNSON Transportation Commerce Unlvvralfy waterways in our country rivers canals lakes ami roast channels Lave nn aggregate length of between 55000 and miles and on1II110ut half of the entire mileage is now wed for navigation The total made by congress from the beginning of 190 for the rigors of the Mississippi valley amount to 208484720 This scoria to be a relatively large sum but when w consider that tho United States has spout luring the last hundred years in regulating improving anti extending our system of natural waterway only 4V4 per cent of the amount private capitalists have invested in tho construction of railways our congressional for the betterment of inland navigation Bccm to have ken small The United States has as yet done less than has boon done by other leading industrial and commercial rivals in Ulo development and use of inland waterways if we except as of course wo ought the chain of great lakes which have no counterpart in nayother country Wliathor it in desirable that the United States should follow tho example of Franco lUll Germany as regards inland water is a question to which the American people are now giving serious thought The construction of canals and tho improvement of rivers in the United States have progressed slowly in part at least lxelutse the federal government has in tho past left to the states the workof canal building und to some extent tIlt rivers The experience of our own country anti of other nations fliows con clusively that waterways should be public ways that their execution and maintenance should be by the government The entire i twork of American waterways should be improved and extended br one authority and with reference to the economic and social needs of the entire nation There is only one power whose authority is as whlI1S our country nUll that is the federal government In the future but south place in the development and control of waterways will be given either to the states or to private corporations There ran ho no doubt that the inland waterways of the United States will be more extensively used in tho future than they have been in the past The reasons for this are numerous and conclusive Mans DescentWomans By DR ROBERTSON WALLACE America Neglectful Great- Resources appropriations appropriations conservatively transportation canaliiationof systematically Rise It is generally agreed by scientists ami suffragettes alike that norm is descended from Simian ancestors And bo is still descending He is no longur monaHi of nil he surveys His scepter begins to tremble in his slinky hand His crown is slip- 1J1g from bis nodding head His throne is tottering to its fall He is on the downgrade and makes pathetic efforts to appear ignorant of his approaching doom If he would only own up that die is slipping down there might be some hope for him But now that he can no longer so easily deceive the softer sex he revels in self de ception He refuses to recognize the inclined piano down which he slips to find his level in that limbo where things that once were men may be supposed to fade forgotten The skies are filled with portents Nature is scarcely mistress to herself the elements are as unsettled as in the awful days when imperial Caesar fell All the trouble arises from the fact that the Sleeping Beauty line awakened She went to sleep a mere girl andnow opens her eyes to find herself a wry woman No longer a mere dreamer of dreams she is likely to become a very valiant doer yf deeds Not only is she coming into her own she is coming into our own That is where she touches us on the raw It is clear that we must look to our laurels for our fair competitors will no longer be put oil with mere garlands of roses Sho is grasping at the skirts of pourer and not even a creation of Worths will wholly satisfy her now Before she slept the sleep tram which she has awakened so surprisingly refreshed her horizon was bounded by her wardrobe Now the whole world scarcely gives room enough to her ambition Though still susceptible to the dazzle of diamonds and the glitter of gold she In not so blinded by them that she cannot sec her way clear to reach any goal or gratify any ambition on which site may have set her mind No sensible man and are we not all all sensible menwill grudge woman the position she is now taking up Competition is an excellent thing in all spheres of human activity and is bound to make for the prog ress of humanity Why should it be supposed that all the good things of this planet should be a monopoly of the male Men have been some what arrogant and careless of their position They were adopting a rather goaH you pleaSe frame of mind They were running running down indeed like clockwork They wanted a bit of screwing up They are now being screwed up But they do not like the idea of a woman turning the screw She puts trop de zele into it Whatever her hand finds to do she does it with her might Therein lies the Secret of the modern womans success There is very little of tho jellyfish in what we call the softer sex There is indeed a surprising amount of grit in the most apparently fragile nmong them And it is this quality among others that is enabling them to take up the new position in the old world and to extend their sphere of influence so that they may step in where Mrs Qnmdy has feared to tread These progressive women I take their careers very seriously They are in deadly earnest stout their advancement They do not pretend fo be in the busi ness for the fun of the thing They are out to break the record no to speak and it is not likely that they are going to look back Now that woman hag begun to ascend in the scale of progress she is bound to rise to the top The froth is sure to rise say her enemies They insist on regarding her merely as the effervescence in the wine of life Therein they are greatly mistaken Her buoyancy sparkle and charm are part of her nature and likely to endure through good and evil report The man who angrily alludes to the incoming tide of women as eo much frothonly goes to prove that the froth is on the other mouth The high places of the earth have a potent attraction for the daughters of Eve and before long all the seats of the mighty may be booked in ad vane bya select party of fair critics on witnessing the premiere of The Last Stan 4 REASON OF THE MAD PASTOR RETURNS AS HE LIES DYING DUE TO THE BULLETS Which Parishioners He Had Attacks FiredLast Words of Clergyman Those of Forgiveness Hermann Mo Juno 29FShcter forgive them for they know not what they do- Riddled with bullets and Imclisho from the guns of a dozen members of his congregation llev Valentlui Strauss of the German Evangelical church returned to sanity and with his last words prayed for the kneeling end bareheaded men who had killed him They have been exonerated Rev Strauss became Inuniio two mouths ago with homicidal tannin Hi began roaming the country at nigh with a rifle swung over his shoulder From crags and treetops he fired nl men women and children Most Of the tlmo he missed but on fciir occasions his aim wns good find three men and a woman were hurt but not 3orlously Ills wlfo and five children oxrapet from his innnta until just before his death when ho started from his home at Staple 14 miles southwest of hero for Fredericksburg three mils front hero with Intent to kill Ills wife rat before him shouting a warning to neighborsAt blacksmith shop of Max Knleche where the tragedy took plain sho was but a few hundred test In front of her husband Sho shouted warnings to tho men In the shop ni Strauss turned and fired at her Hi missed Then ho turned his rltlo on Knleche Again ho mlsstd Knlecho and ix dozen armed then who wore In tho forgo with him rat forward toward the minister who was preparing to fire again Six doubly barreled shotguns fired their contents into his body und an otiuat nunibci of rifles blazed out bullein Into the toad clergymans body Although wounded In half a dozen places the dying vaster staggered across the road Into a pasture and stink under a largo tree where he had held his first rttllRlous Mrvlce lit OM conado county Ills slayers ran forward and sur rounded hUn Strauss head was pillow td on his wifes lap The light of reason gleaned In hU fnst glazing eyes for the tint limo InI two months Ho said a few words tu his wife and then turned hU eyes to the bareheaded men kneeling about him with the still smoking guns by their sides Ho looked at the weep one then at the men crossed his hands over his breast and died with the words of forgiveness on his lips LAST TWOWOMEN Came Near Proving Fatal To Baby Saved By a Deck Hand Burlington N J June tOM too many kisses had almost fatal refull when the big Rteamer Columbia dock ed at the Burlington wharf with a crowd of Philadelphia excursionists Sunday As two fashionably dressed women Mrs John Collins and Mrs James liar per were saying good by on the gang plank and leaned toward each other for the last kiss the baby daughter of one of the women slipped from her arms and dropped Into the river Crlca of horror went tip from n hun dred throats and women fainted while the hysterical mother hod to he me strained from leaping overboard A deck hand dropped from the plank swung by one arm from a beam of tho wharf and seized the dress ol the baby as sbo rose to Iho surface Ladles Will Act as White Wings St Iouls Mo Juno 22Four so ciety women will put on white wings suits next Wednesday and spend the day cleaning the streets and alleys of St Louis Each one will be assigned to a district and sho will have al the school children of thut district and a lot of men from the city street clean Ing department with the necessary wagons to assist her in cleaning It ot Its rubbish and dirt Saved From Starvation and Drowning St Ixnils Mo Juno 22 Attracted by cries a fisherman rowed to a farm house and found William Dutterwlck and his family of seven standing on the second floor with the flood up to their necks The father was holding the baby aloft to save It from drown- Ing The family was rescued III a starving condition The heroic fisher man disappeared refusing to give his name Shes a Flyer San Francisco June 22The battleship Georgia officers and crew continue to maintain that they have the fastest battleship in the navy On her trip from Bremerton navy yard con eluded Saturday evening It Is asserted that the Georgia for four consecutive hours along the California coast kept up a speed of 195 knots JocXy Killed In Texas Waco Tex Juno 22As a result 01- an Accident in which several racehorses fell a boy named Sticks Moore was killed and another rider name Mike McNamara said to be a negro was fatally hurt Clrsus Hones Killed Bismarck N D June 22The Colt mar Brothers circus train Sunday cc tided with an engine at Medina pcvca miles cast of hero on the clflc Twentyfour draught horses wereI tilled and one man slightly DOG WITH HIS OWN GOCART How Higgins a Cocker Spaniel Gets About When Hlglgns goes walking lie turns the head of everyone ho meet Higgins Is a cocker spaniel with a silky black mono beautiful brown eyes cordial manners und an affec tionate disposition toward those ho likes and he likes nearly everybody except women servants Youngsters In the pary may take all sort of liber ties wllh HlKRlnK pull his ears ruf fin his shining coat and Higgins con tinues to wag his tall delightedly and to smile with his eyes lint let the nursemaid attempt the slightest fa miliarity und HlgKlns lots out n series of protesting yelps his tall droops and his eyes take on a resentful ox pression One afternoon Higgins tailed to meet his mistress nt tho door Won doming she hunted him up In her sleeping room she found the dog Higgins In His Cart crouched on the floor Tho veterinary wild It was paralysis Yes he had treated such cities before but It was not often that a dog In the prime of lift was seized An Injury he SUR KoMtul lllgeins went to the hospital for a few days then he tame home and was tenderly nursed by his mla tressChloroform him urged n friend Ho does not suffer at all said the vetThen I would almost as sects chloroform a friend announced Hlsxlns mistress Indignantly The dog way get entirely well was the announce meat a week or two later By this time HlgKlns had resumed his sport with the slipper tile rag doll the woolly sheep and the rubber ball Hit friendly exuberance of manner had re turned and he made It plain that he would like an airing Richard was himself again with one exception hli hind legs were useless The dog got around lively enough on his front legs pitifully dragging the maimed member on the floor It was doubtful II the hind legs ever would recover motion was the final verdict of the veterinary who otherwise pronounced tho dog In a perfectly healthy condi tion Jill mistress took him out Higgins was wild with joy he enjoyed himself hugely IRIS mistress Well she came home with a well developed backache and a still more highly developed at tack of Indignation From start to finish Higgins and his mistress had been the center of attraction A wo man bending over to hold up a dogs hind legs and a dog running along briskly on two legs only was not by any means an everyday sight The backache caused by her stooping pod lion was a trifle not worth mentioning said Jflggliis mistress compared with the remarks which greeted her and made her squirm At this juncture writes the Now York Sun a friend came to her assist ance with a suggestion which afterward was followed with complete sue cess to the evident delight of Higgins an well as his mistress This was to gut a sort of gocart or basket carriage large enough to hold the dogs hind legs Hlgglns was carefully measured and a basketmaker consult ed Suitable wheels were secured by visiting a toy shop which kept dolls gocarts the wheels of which were found to be the very thing Shafts were attached to tho cart and these were fastened to the dogs harness with snag buckles From the moment Higgins taw the cart he gave It his entire approval Now whenever the cart appears Higgins makes for It uphisIn the basket the harness is fastened and the dog Is oft up the street faster than his mistress can keep up with him At the crosswalks Higgins needs a lift otherwise he trots along as freely as If he had the use of four In stead of two legs Why Twa summer and In perfect bile They sat together In the aliade No other joy could equal till The chosen knight of such a maid When luddenly tVhr U a kiss So like a scandal dtarr1 she laW heart of my heart the young mann cried They are not similar tome By Ie and at I am mortified Charmed by a kin my sorrows flee And yrt theyre just alike ah sighted Both KO from mouth to mouth you ff4 1 If r i s AWN BILLIARDS A Fascinating Game to Be Played In L the Open Air r Any number of persons from two to ten may play this fascinating Jfgame It consists In driving balls like croquet trans through a ring I The rlftg which is shown In Fig 1 1 lwith tho ball and cue Ja made of b inolnl and In just largo enough toJ thIloosely Into a wooden or roots jeir a PdThe ring revolves carJIy In the pr at the slightest touch 1IThe balls rx jrorvllcd by ta cue which consist ft a wooden htndla three or four feet f Iiiangle Each play Ier is provided with to ese and a ball the totter de signated Tiy the color Ham player takes ono chance for a turn trying J to drive the ball through tho ring If he is successful bo scores one point but Is not then entitled to another c6A turn If In trying to drive hb banJthrough explains Good Literature a t player sends another player ball through tho ring It counts too polulejfor the other player The kaale must not bo pushed or thrown through tho rt ring but driven with the eat by a tstroke A player may ala for another Jball Instead pf the ring so as to putIthat ball out of position or ha may aim to strike the edge of tbe ring tu make It turn and present Its edge to another ball When you have become skillful you may be able to drive your ball through the ring even when turned OtIKUwfluIby striking the ball so that It hits tbo side of the ring and turns It lu a peal lion to catch tbo ball NOVEL USE FOR CARROT t- Out of It You Can Make a PrettyvHs- nging Basket ic o It you can find a carrot large i enough c cunning HtUe banging The Process Illustrated basket for flowers It wU1 provide for you Simply cut off the end of the carrot a short distance from the end iHollow the carrot thoroughly dry tho remaining shell and varulsh it The1leaves of the vegetable should be penTmltted to remain on the bottom of tl carrotfA bit of vine or wire twisted with + F vine wW serve as an appropriate handle Y HANDKERCHIEF BONNET How an Emergency Covering Can Be Made for Babys Head Have you ever tried lu snake a little riding hood out of a handkerchief It Is easy to make and the effect Is How It Is Done heightened if you use a rod silk key chief Fold your handkerchief like seen In Fig 1 Then at the places marked by the dotted lino fold the corners back and reversing the band kerchief the opposite side appears folded alln Fig 2 At each fold pat the handkerchief to make It lie flat Now fold the bot tom margin CD over until It has the form of Fig 3 Klimlly pick up your folded handkerchief by the corners 0 and D told bend tho corners back making a fold K and behold a cap at seen ou the baby in Pig C The Difference qWbat Is the Ulffcrcjico betweasia thou ltless girl and her I glass Aono talks without reilecUnc antMthe other reflects without talkinx y KENTUGKYWlll BE OPEN FIELD FOR CHILD EMPLOYMENT WHILE PREPARING FOR NEW LAW 1T BECOMES EFFECTIVEIN an Meantime Children Who Under Its Provisions Must Give Up Their Em ployment Can Secure Other Means of Livelihood Frankfort Kentucky Is without a tihllij labor law until September when the now child labor bill adopted at f itho last eoaston of tho IwshriMure will liooonio a law In the meantime those ohlldron wfco under tu provisions t must glvo up tholr employment van secure other means of livelihood Many chlldrun nro now employed In mine factories and other placwi In z which it will be Unlawful for thorn to- Y bo employed under the provisions of tho now law and it was to Klve time for arranging for now conditions that tho law was mado cffoctlvo In Sup tombor instead of at tho time all other Jaws of Die last Assembly become op era the Juno 1C l the date on which tho- bills passed by the last legislature without an emergency clause became unlmIfcal but there aro several which Are of general IntenMt affecting the whole state One of thorn is the poolroom bill which nukM It unlawful to opcratu except at a track where racing Is ac tually in progress The penalty for violations U severe Another Is tho Uw which makes It unlawful for burial associations to do business in Ken lucky except under curtain conditions The only temperance measure which passed the last legislature Is an act making it unlawful to sell liquor ex dept to a licensed retailer or to a wholesaler In a prohibition district I rite purpose of the law Is to stop the sale In bulk by small dlstlllerio in prohibition districts Among other bills that booame lawn areAn act providing pay for persons tunneled M Juror who are HOI so- Jsetsl ai members of UM Jury An set so aeeopt Uw provUkms ot an sot et OoagreM alluwlni increased I frorlaUoM for Ute AcrfeultWHl Rx ixrimm station i An edt afeoiUataa respiration of volwv tn clues of the fttth sad shUt n dens An act to raU an odueattonal coHMtlwloR to Invootteatc tbe needs of Ute schools of tJae Mate An seta pre i4tus star aid for free UriMKMkMla IteoplUls yearterfifcte bnU4tn on the a ate fair UrtHiBAs An Mt fixing a maximum fiRe of not for Uio sale ef drugs In vKHatJe of the tktKtota laws Au act alWiBg nro iMuranoe com capflI11ogdetowns la Ute amo oetinty- An tact changing the this of collect Jog taxes to that the penalty dose not te ln until December 1 An net jirovMIng for the payment of fjicoiloa ulcers the seine your as the electionAn allowing unused money for Mhonl puryreses to be applied to a Mto ootIInt term An aot abolishing tax warrants An act authorizing flftbeloH towns p Issue rounding bond to pay old ItJ lib tan act providing that risen Courts may use the poll trios as applied to the road fund in any county An not to amend tho constitution no ate to allow tho state to aid In build- Ing rosda end to permit each county to Issue additional bonds for road quit IKIK04 An net to allow Fiscal Courts to ap propriate money for the care and cus Jody of courthouses An act changing the bonds of public officials KO IU to do away with tho un limited bond I An act Increasing the maximum llq ior licensed In cities of the second class to 500 An act to prohibit poolrooms An act fixing fees of City Courts where an appeal is taken An act providing a penalty for the MAO of pooled tobacco An act amending the provisions regulating the flUlo normal schools An oct to authorize Fiscal Courts id care for courthouses In citlos of the neoondclaw having Courts of continu ous session An net requiring cities of the first class tii levy not less than 3C cents on each 1100 property for school purposes An net reorganizing the system of common schools In Kentucky An oct to regulate child labor An net known as Uio Juvenile Court hill making changes in the present lawn An act allowing Justices of the Peico to hold Court twico each month An net requiring dentists to practice under the name of sonic person und not as an association of arbitrary title Reason Reason In that Homeric and golden chain descending from tho throne ot God even unto man uniting heaven with earth and earth with heaven For nil Is connected and without a chasm from an angel to an atom all ii proportion harmony and strength He Couldnt Now Just tell the story In your ewn words said the lawyer to the witness But Im under oath aint If replied the frank witness Yonk I an Statesman BLACK HAND MEN ARE SHOT THREE KILLED ONE WOUNDED IN NEW ORLEANS Wealthy Italian Merchant and His Son Dine the Blackmailers and Then Open Fire on Thsm New OrleanlADlack Hand tragedy with the unusual sequel that all the blackmailers numbering four were killed or wounded while their victims escaped without a scratch was enacted here Wednesday In the historic former home of Gen Bcaure gard In tho French quarter and now the residence of Pletro Glacona a wino merchant reputed to be one of the wealthiest Italians in the south Glacona Is 61 years old and bow he and his son Carrada managed to kill three armed and desperate men Is not yet clear to the police It Is certain that the Glaconas Invited the blaok mailers Ito their house and wined sad dined them for several hours bo fore the shouting The Giaoonas claim that tbs unusual feast was lIme neatly forced on them and that they rtW Ml shoot until after one of their guests had opened fire The dead are Giovanni liarreoa Clro Cuslmano and use iMldentlfied Italian The wounded man Is Francisco Vat tall of Mt Louis VaUall dales to bay Woo shot while paMlng Glnoonas house leaving the possibility that the dotspiteMRS FARMER CONVICTED Murderer of Mrs Drennan Sentenced to Be Electrocuted Watortown N Yullty of murder In the first degree was the verdict of the Jury Friday In the case of Mrs Mary Farmer charged with the killing of Mrs Sarah Bronnan Justice Rogers sentenced Mrs Farmer to bo electro cuted at Auburn prison during the week beginning August 2 The crime for which Mrs Farmer who Is 211 years old was convicted was most fiendish Her victim who was 85 years old was her neighbor nnd Intimate friend and tho motive was to gain possession of the Brcnnan homo deeds of which Mrs Farmer had forged CONGRESSMAN WILEY DIES Representative from Alabama Who Saw Service In Cuba Hot Springs Va Representative A A Wile of Alabama who served In Cuba as Gen Lawtona chief of staff and as civil governor ot the eastern province and a member of tho last tour congresses died at a hotel here Wednesday lie was about CO years old He suffered for weeks with In flammatory rheumatism and general physical breakdown and during the last of his Illness became Irrational through the protracted strain on his system Fashionable Gamblers Caught New York Threo thousand persons gathered along West Twentythird street near Broadway Tuesday night and watched the police make a spectacular raid on a gambling house said 110 bo patronized by guests of several of the uptown hotels Patrons of the place all In evening clothes endeavored to get away by the fire escapes but word confronted by detectives who had been placed at every possible exit The managers of the place and the patrons wore taken to the police station In patrpl wagons Paper Companies Plead Guilty New YorkSentence will be Im posed by Judge Hough of tho United States circuit court Monday upon 23 companies manufacturing wrapping paper for violation or the Sherman antitrust act by forming an Illegal combination in restraint of trade tho Fibre Manila association Friday the federal grand Jury returned Indict ments against 25 companies and against John H Parks Solomon M Stroock counsel for the association appeared In court and pleaded guilty for 23 companies RETIRES AS PARTY CHIEF John Sharp Williams Resigns Minority Leadership In House Eufaula Ala Congressman John Sharp Williams of Mississippi has resigned the minority leadership of the house of representatives to take ef fect December 1 next This announcement Is made by Congressman H D Clayton chairman of tho Democratic- caucus In a letter to Mr Clayton under Washington date of June 13 Mr Wll John Sharp William Hams without previous Intimation of his Intentions to retlro writes in ak- In this step he docs ho Is actuated solely by the Idea that It Is best for tho Democratic party In resigning thus early he Is moved he says by a desire to give the minority ample time to consider whom they want to sue ceed him and also for the reason that If tho next house Is Democratic the new speaker whoever ho may be ought to have the experience which the position of floor leader would glvo him during the short session next winter PATIENT SHOOTS DOCTOR Milwaukee Physician Dangerously Wounded for Failure to Cure Milwaukee Dr Frank SUrn of Cudahy a suburb of Milwaukee was shot and probably mortally wounded by a man named Antony Krlz Thurs day Krlz was arrested Three shots are supposed to have been tired while tho Doctor was sitting in his office It Is said that Kris was a patient of Dr Stirn and that ho fired the shots because the physician had failed to euro him of an ailment with which ho suffered Three Dead III Mimic War New YorkTwo more deaths In the Post hospital at Fort Wadsworth Fri day brought the casualties of tho mimic war to three The dead are John Welsh aged 25 George Harvey aged 22 and James McDowell aged 22 all members of tho Ninth regiment New York National Guard Harvard Square Bookseller Dies Boston Benjamin H Richardson known to Harvard graduates as tho bookseller of Harvard Square and tho landlord of President Roosevelt dur- Ing his entire college course died Friday aged 76 years Lumber Rates Reduced Washington Sweeping reductions In lumber rates west of the Missouri river and approximately five per cent reduction In the advanced rates In the east aa well as other changes in the tariff were ordered under decisions announced by tho Interstate commerce commission Friday Ice Trust Men Indicted Now York Five Indictments were found Friday afternoon by tho special grand Jury which has been Invest gating the American Ice company LUKE E WRIGHT IS NAMED TENNESSEEAN SELECTED TO SUCCEED SECRETARY TAFT White House Statement Praises HI Work as Governor of Philippines- and Ambassador to Japan Washington Secretary Taft FYI day presented to tho president his res Ignatlon to take effect Juno 30 and It was announced at tho White House that Luke E Wright ol Tennessee win bo appointed secretary of war to sue cecd Mr Taft In making this ap polntment tho president was Influ enced somewhat by the desire to recog nlze In an emphatic way that there is no longer any dividing lino between the north and the south and that all good Americans are In thought and deed ono and still more by the fact that Gov Wrights personal attributes and experience preeminently fit hIm for this particular position The statement given out nt the White House concerning Mr Wrights appointment says in part As Philippine commissioner and later as vicegovernor and governor ho won the affection and regard of tho army to a high degree and many of tho most distinguished of the root who served In the army at the time he was in the Philippines have urged his appointment because they felt In a peculiar way that ho was their champion and In a peculiar way un dcrstpod them and their needs As a young man he was a captain In the confederate army He Is one of the leading lawyers not only of hit state but of the entire south He hat also been foremost In advocating and Insisting upon fair treatment for the colored people He was appointed by President McKinley as one of the Philippine com mission and enjoyed President Me KlnleyH heartiest confidence being selected as one of the southerners who were In sympathy with his administration By President Roosevelt he was promoted first to be vicegovernor and then governor of the Philippines and was afterward made first ambassador to Japan In all positions he served with signal fidelity and has been In hearty and outspoken agreement with the administration all Its main poll clcs MANY VESSELS IN DANGER Projectiles from New York Forts Fall Near Steamers New York Target practice of tho big 12Inch guns was continued Thursday by Forte Hamilton and Wads worth at the Narrows There were a large number of vessels in the lower bay whep firing started and projee tiles weighing more than half a ton- fell near outgoing and incoming steamers Forty rounds in all were fired The first shell from one of the big rifles struck between the transAtlan tic liners CedrIc and Kalserln Augusto Victoria throwing up a great volume of water One projectile fell some dIs- tance ahead of the Doutschland and not far from several schooners that were beating out to sea Each pro jectile weighed from 1060 to 1090 pounds PLEAD GUILTY OF BRIBERY Cleveland Paving Concern Men Heav Ivy Fined In Columbus Columbus 0M F Bramley of Cleveland president of the Cleveland Trinidad Paving company pleaded guilty Tuesday to three of seven In dictments against him charging bribery of former members of the board of public service In connection with the East Broad street paving con tract and was fined S500 on each or a total of 1665 Including costs which was promptly paid 11 C Lang superintendent of the paving company also pleaded guilty to eight Indictments charging bribery and was fined 1500 each on seven sentence on the eighth Indictment being re served until the September term of court Langs fine amounting to 3700 Including costs was paid INTERNATIONAL STEEL TRUST Mighty Combine to Be Formed with 150000000 Capital London In spite of all denials tho Iron ft Steal Trades Journal declares It has authority for stating that the formation of an international steel trust In which American German and Russian syndicates will unite with British star Interests will be an ac complished fact in a few weeks The headquarters of the new concern will be In London and Its capitalization wll reach 160000000 Fatal Explosion In Mine Monongahela Pa Throe miners are dead two others perhaps fatally burned and 15 entombed many of whom are supposed to be dead from an explosion at tho Ellsworth No 1 mInt of the Plttsburg Coal company near hero Friday Colorado Miners Quit Work Denver ColTwo thousand five hundred miners In tho northern Colorado coal flejds quit work Friday In tending to remain out until tho operators grant an innraaso In wages or mako satisfactory concussions Trench Torpedo Boat Wrecked Algiers The French torpedo boat No 191 has been wrecked on the coast durInG a storm She was thrown upon the rocks near SIzifcnilch The destroyer Pique west to her assistance and the crew was rescued r Round About theWhat U Going On in Different StateJW Sections of Kentucky FIVE RELEASED In One Day As Result of Visit of COy Cox To State Prison Frankfort KyAs a sequence of the visit of Acting Gov Cox to the Penitentiary there were a number of aged and Infirm prisoners pardoned Among thoao released were harry Miles colored sent up 23 years ago from Louisville to serve a life sen tence Granvllla Baylor of Lincoln county sent for ten years on a charge if arson Ben Smith of Scott count who is dying with consumption J P Hash of Laruj county convicted of manslaughter and Denton Brown of Monroe county also convicted of man slaughter Gov Cox appointed W C Halber special judge of Carter circuit court It try a civil case In which the rcgu lar judge was disqualified EFFECT OF POLITICS On School System Discussed By Superintendent Slun of Covington Frankfort KyThe first days ses slon of the 37th annual meeting of the Kentucky State Teachers associa tlon was attended by hundreds of teachers from every section of the state Prominent instructors were present and no address was more apprecIated than that of Superintendent Homer O Slues of the Covlngton schools who told of the evil which baa come from partisan politics und the schools 112000 Tobacco 8ale Frankfort Ky Officers of the Tobacco association hero received news that the Burley society had concluded the sale of 7000 hogsheads of 10 cent tobacco one of the highest grades This means 112000 will be distributed to the members of tho Equity so clfity who had their crops in the fool The sale was made to one party whose name Is not given but believed to be a broker acting for one of the big manufacturing companies Dr Gardiner Appointed Hopklnsvllle KyThe state board of control has announced that Dr T W Gardiner of Madlsonvllle Ky will succeed Dr J F Stephens the pros ont superintendent of the Western Kentucky asylum for the insane July 1 Another appointment has been an ncunccd by the board that of Mr Pate of Brockenrldge county to sue cted Ell Berry as steward of the asy lum Frightfully Stung By Bees Lexington yRussell Evans 10 son of Albert Evans of Bourbon county was so frightfully stung by honoy bees that ho may die Two hives of swarming bees settled a branch of a peach tree Tho bo tan to the tree to see the been when tho limb broke and precipitated thin mass of honeymakers upon him Implicates Others Paducah KyAt the trial of flue nett Phelps Otis DUck testified at Denton Ho displayed a gunshot wound in his shoulder which he said hr received in the Birmingham raid and produced one of the masks worn that night Ho said Dr John Cham pica of Lyon county Burnett Phelps and Sam Colty led the raid Will Try To Prove An Alibi Lexington Ky Alleged night riders from Robinson county who are claim ed to be members of the gang who at tacked Mnrclal Haley near Cynthlana last February were arraigned in the Harrison circuit court Keutpu Fowls Brown and Mcgee who asked to bi tried together will try to prove ait alibi Officials To Play Ball Frankfort KyA baseball game 1 which Acting GUT Cox wilt take part Is planned to take place in this city Tho state officials propose challenging the city and county officials the p cccds to go to charity Gov while an enthusiastic golf player li not much of a fan and will bo called on to umpire the game Caught tLouisville Louisville Ky Clint Rodman col orcd was arrested here charged with tho murJer of Mm Eva Blcchleln white at Evansvllle Ind by throw- Ing her into Pigeon creek Ho ac knowlcdgcd that he had known th woman but claimed that sho threw herself into tho creek- Entertained the Editors Hopklusvllle KyTho members o r the Kentucky Press association In annual reunion at Cerulean Springs were the guests of this city They arrived on a special train about 200 strong and were entertained at the Hotel La tham and afterward an Informal reception was held Aged KentuckIan Dies Louisville KyJohn A Crawford member of a prominent Kentucky tam fly died hero at tho ago of 90 years He was formerly a tobacco nmnufac tutor and hanker He is survived by several children Gave Acid For Medicine Louisville Ky Through a mistake In giving carbolic acid for medicine Mrs Harry Saunders wife of a ma cblnlst is prostrated with grief while her daughter aged 12 Is thought to bo dying from the effect of the acid 8ALOONIST KILLS POLICEMAN I Crowd of 500 Tries to Take Prisoner From OfficersDeputies Sworn in CovIngton Ky Twentyfive citizens of Latonia Ky were deputized as con stables to quell a crowd of COO per sons that made threats against Scott W Hopkins a saloonkeeper of that A town after he had shot and killed patrolman Frank Duncan 50 Duncan entered Hopkins saloon and got into an altercation with the proprietor The policeman declared he would arrest Hopkins for violating the midnight law Witnesses say Hopkins fired five times at the officer two bullets tak ing effect over Duncans heart and one other entering his head Tune other two bullets lodged in the wall of tho building Patrolman Duncan had drawn his revolver but It fell to the floor unused Dr Wlnnea was caned but found that Duncan was deed Duncans friends organized declaring they w ould avenge him They gathered out side the saloon Chief of Police Ham lln and Patrolmen PenIck Heasler Dorsey and Sullivan took Hopkins to a room over his own cafe and guarded himSheriff Davidson of Kenton county arrived on the scene with six depu ties These reinforced by tho spe cials that had been sworn fa gradu ally dispersed tHe crowd Hopkins was taken to the Kenton county jaiL Shot At His DoctarIGlasgow KyTho report of a sen satlonal encounter at Gamaliel Is that Johnson York attempted to kin Dr O P Hamilton It la said tho trouble grew out of an operation which Ham Ulan was to have performed on a son of tho Yorks Ho went to tho home of Hamilton and calling the physician to the yard fired two shots at hIm both going wild- Witnesses Under Escort Marlon KyCounty Attorney WaI ter Krone of Lyon county arrived here with Standford Hall and Mrs Minnie Dean who will testify as to night riding before the Crlttcnden grand Jury They were accompanied by soldiers Hall recently confessed at Eddyville implicating many In Lyon and Crittenden counties Jury Disagrees In Rider Case Pnducah Ky Being unable to agree the Jury In the nightrider case ngainat Burnett Phelps was dismissed at Ben ton Four of the Jury stood for acquit tal A similar case ngnlnst Sam Col lay was given to the Jury and the gen oral opinion is that It will foil to agrees But It Wasnt Frankfort Ky Snugly hidden In tho stocking worn by Jano Davis was shey ness Between sobs she explained that sho thought her whisky would certainly be safe where she hid It Likes Kentucky Soldiers Beattyvllle KyCopt W JT Hughes of the U S A with Capt It C McCracken of the state mlllttn ar rived here for the purpose of inspect ing the local company of militia Capt Hughes was favorably Impressed with tho efficiency of the company Special Judges Named Frankfort KyGov Cox appointed D H Llndsey and T L Edelen of this city special Judges of tho appellate court to sit In the case of the Louis villa Homo Telephone Co rgalnst the city of Louisville Chief Justice ORear and Judgo Laming win not sit Shot By Her Brother Frankfort KyCapt R C Mc Cracken of the state board of survey was notified from bla home at Greene daughternhad been shot and Instantly by her 9 yenr old brother white tho chll dren were playing with a shotgun AnniversaryroHarrodsburs KyWlth speech- making and an old fashloned basket dinner tho 134th anniversary of the founding of Harrodsburg was cele brated at Shawnee Springs The prIn- cipal address was delivered by Col J Stoddard Johnson of Louisville Kentucky Marshal Indicted Hopklnsvlllc Kyupon an IndIct- ment returned by the grand Jury Cane Indictmentereads former city marshal of Gracey was arrested on tho charge of com plicity In the night riders raid on this city on December C Ownership Changed Frankfort KyThe Kentucky Mid lend from Central City to Madison ville a distance of 26 miles has pass ed into new hands Articles of In corporation of the now company which retains the old name were tiled To Attend Annual Sessions Louisville KyThe Kentucky dole gallon to the national convention ol the Federation of Womans clubs left to attend the annual sessions at Bos ton Mass Forty leading women 61 the state were In tho party Prison At EightyFive Wllllamsburg KyC L Cook 55 a herb doctor wax sentenced to five years tn the penitentiary for killing his wife about three yurt ago Ha was sent to an asylum Just after the crime and was returned cured C 4J 1 rr Je I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else Bo conetpoBiKnre ymuiihei Ra1Na eljied IB till by tit writer The aunt It Rot for jnblioatloi tat at u trUna tf food faith Writ plainly 8 Ru vRwwuRewoRotaRMefvWeRVRotosloRoRoRoRatlerao e oYefaR MADISON COUNTY K1NOSTON Kingston Juno 20 The Infant ihlld of Mr and Mrs Asa Parks died last Sunday We extend our deepest Sympathy to Mr and Mrs Parks for the loss of their only child Sirs Dr Martin has been very sick forI the past week but Is tome bettar Mr and Mrs T J Jackson of Dayton 0 are visiting Mr and Mrs John Jackson Mr Jacksons parentslrl4 and Mrs George Moody with Mr and Mrs Egg Lewis of Mote Mr George Crawford andI slater Lula bare been visiting andthei sister In AlabamaMrs Murry hasten sick for the past two weeks but is slowly improving Mr and Mrs Durret White of Paint Lick have been visiting Mrs Whites parent Mr and Mrs C M Moody WHITLEY COUNTY- CORIa1N Corfjln June 20The Nebraska Is Mans played Corbin a tight fame the store being S to 1 in favor of the IndlansPete Williams of Knox County died Sunday June 21et with typhoid fever He WM stotjr t years old He leaves a great many friend to mOrn bie locThe Jfe Iraaka Indian went from our city to BarbourtvilJe and played a doubt header The scoree of both games were C to 1 and 15 to S In favor ot the Indians Caleb Powers Joined the redekliu on their Jooraey to Knoxville to umpire the coming game Mrs Van Hooser of our city met death in Birmingham Ala the 16 of June There was a small fire and an exciting time in our city last night One cottage was burned W C Herter and C H Parson of Cor bin will go to Etowah Teen to look after their building interest thertlItu Carrie Reedy has been seriously 111 with appendicitis t her home In this city Mr Frank Young of Meadow Creek was in town Saturday on hushes and visiting friends Mr Leehue Capps livers kMrs tL V Parsons returned to her home at Winchester Ky ESTILL COUNTY- WAGFRgVILLE Wa ersvllle June 2M1N Itetna Serlvner who has been oonflnsd to her room with a sprained ankle is able to be out again Mr Cole War ford of Richmond is visiting relative here thug week Wlee Lena Edwards left Sunday for a weeka visit in Richmond Mr Wade Park who was accldentaly shot about two weeks ago is Improving Miss Net tie Wagers of Richmond Is visiting at this place Jllteee Ella Park Lena Edwardc Nettle and Katherlne Wagers and Dr ECwaida were the guests of Frank Congleton Friday nightMr Irvine Scrivner of Lex- Ington is among friends at this place MrsE Blanche Moon of Middle town 0 Is visiting Mr and Mrs James Wilson Rev D G Combs will begin a protracted meeting at the Wagersvllle school house on Frl day July 3 Everybody welcome Albert Tevla was the guest of Mr JandMrs Jeff Wagers Sunday RMKtftSTLE CSURTYD- ISPUTANTA Dlaputana June 22We are havlnc some very warm weather now and farmers are very busy working In their cropsMr John Croucher who cut his throat some time ago died at his home June 16th and wasburi ed the 17th at Sriffold Cane graveyard He leaves 3 famllr of seven children We extend our greatest sympathy for the bereaved ones Death has visited the home three times In four months taking father mother and one sonMr and Mrs John Simpson visited the latters par ents Rev and Mrs L R Rowlett of this place Saturday night and Sunday J Mr and Mrs Pet Anglin visited Mr and Mrs T A Rowlett Saturdaynlght and Sunday 110ONE Boone June 21 Revival meeting closed rt Macedonia church Sunday night Jt was conducted by Rer C S Wilson assisted by Rev D S PhelpeMrsand Mrs Sef Levett and Huse Levett of Double Lick visited relatives here SaturdayThe hors which was stolen from Charles 1 Oldham taaardvcd home safely Mrs Mattle Coyle attended church at Macedonia Sunday Charles Old r betttFIham who has been sick is somewhat L1 I GOOCHLAJ1T Goochland June 20 There Will preaching at Pleasant Hill church SundayDr Jones will preach at Goochland tho third Sunday Uncle Henry McGuire who has been std away to that for some time passed great beyond last Friday evening The bereaved family have our deepest sympathyAlcx Perry the traveling has been in Goochland taking plcturosKIgnlght the great last week onthrustock buyer was his way to the mountains Jerry Richardson and family of Dig Hill In Goochland rc have been visiting centlyHaulIng bark is the principal occupatloa In this part at present Several from this community attended the show at Conway Saturday Mose AngHn of DIsnutanta called on J C Phillips and family last Sunday J C Phllllpe was In Madison County on baBiaeee Tuerdoy Gto and Mary Cook Etta Sparks and Mary Abrams were welcome visitors in Goochland Sunday There was preaching at Pleasant lUll Sunday night conducted by Smrtmon aad Alcorn with good at te dnte Rotert Witt got lost last Saturday in a cave on Clover Bottom Had It not b on for a faithful hand Bob would have stayed In Mettle Gabbarti of Cincinnati is visiting list sister Mrs Magpie Wilt of DoaUe lIckJ L Jones and wife called OB Joel Lake and family Sunday John W Callahan of Indian Creek is vIs- Iting at his brother Joseph Catta ban Richard Wild of Clover Bottom and Mrs Janie Anderson of Climax attended church at PIt Hill Sunday night The recent dry spell has caused most ot the farmers to be natay Sunday School at Oorrett sohooi house Is In fine progress- LAUREL COUNTY e ltIlIlNSTAI BorMtnot June toKr Oeorge Nicholson hose wma burned Satur dyn Vina Tincner who has been sick so long ta DO betterMr Malta sad Harvey UeycoMta vleiteA Mr W F Tlccher Saturday night Mr David Vaughn kllledta large hoot owl in hi FrlJay eight It was over five feet from tip to tlplIr W F Ttaehor made a bturtceac trip to Leaden Friday WUe Mary Vaughan cad Cora Brady vis ited Mlat Maggie Rico Saturday night Mr Jamas St John is planning on building a dwelling howe on his sow l farm he purchased some time ago Mr Charles Bronghton Is on the sick listMle Maggie Rice II plann ing on going to church at Liberty lira Mary Reynolds and grandson tatted Mrs Vina Pincher Tuesday JACKSON COUNTYr McKKK McKee June SRev Isaac Meee ler Mrs TeKolste and Mlssde Hock Je and Kolker are attending the International Sunday School Conven Ion this week at Louisville At our last show some of our older boys got too much liquor and had a general knockdown and dragout fist tight They are under bond to Keep the peace and appear in coutt and answer the charges alleged against then There were fourteen applicants in the examination last Friday and tint urday Three failed one made sec ond grade two made third grade and eight made first grade certificates D A Woods of Ethel was the only applicant for appointment to tho State University He will enter in January MOOUKS CIII1KK Moores Creek June 22We had a veT bard storm last Sunday oven Ing and it balled very hard Our Sabbath School at Green Hill Is pro gressing very nicely with Rev John Rlpy as Superintendent Miss 3faG C4e Denham of this place was the guest of Misses Georgia and Peaille Akemon of Isaacs Robert Taylor of Isaacs gave a social at his home Saturday night and all reported a fine tlmeMr A J Casteel of this place Is planning to haul staves this fan as he has got a good team Harry Moore of Tyner was at Pig eon Roost last SundayRoy Roach of this plate visited friends on Pond Creek Saturday night and Sunday Oscar Johnson of this place visited relatives on Pond Creek 3at urday night and Sunday Abner Johnson of Lawrenceburg who has been vltiting Mends and relatives 6f this place has left for home Nearly all attended the Clark show at Ann vllle June f 1C atdha8a very gopdv t PIMInineflab here Sunday enroute to Ixindon Mr and Mrs G C Purkcy of this place were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dan Allen of near Isaacs Everybody Is getting along very nicely with their cropsOats are not much in this vicinity AWWVIIt = Annvllle June 22Mr Wm Is sacs Is In Louisville thin week en buslnessA D Johnson returned to his home in Lawrenccburg last Thursday after a tan days visit with home folks here Miss MatUo and Leonard Medlock visited Miss Emma Jones Saturday night and attended church at Flat Lick last Sunday Mr 11tedT Ncal was called to see Uncle Gold Fllnchum at Parrot last Saturday who WM dangerously ill but the last TO port we had he vas resting much better Mrs Lizzie lion who has been sick so long to not improving vary fast We had a good rain yost ordsy which was badly needed for the garden and growing IIMraGreen Joaee pawed thru hero Mon day to vlift lies daughter Mm Alex Newman near But Bernetadt who Is very dekDr A T Neal and wife attended church at mat Llk SanAay whoro Hider J N Culton of Richmond delivered a flnesormon Mr Bev DovKaj of Oneida was vii Itlmg friends here yesterday Mr R A JefeMoa was la London Friday awl Saturday OR udneesCorn la telling one dollar per bushel nail bard to fln1 at UlJtd Lee Webb and etev gave our road a good woralBg Thoredar and Friday wbleh wall bad ly eede4Joe Jokaeo anti Marlon Hotoomb went fishing la Peed Creek last Saturday and caught a nice tot of tsltH L Clark laM his drat show here lat Tuesday A big crowd attended and everybody had a nice time Atsnt Jennie Pennhtgton sad Mrs Sucky MeAtock peat ester icy At the tome of Yrs Na Craft milltl Ethel June 1Fantlns see catib TielaltT Mr O w Ine up In this flasher and little son Dewey ot Owe lap comty sited his elMer Idra Martha Rice Saturday night June n Mr James Smith bad one of bin prates crippled last weekMr Least Ttacber to Improving fast with rheum atlam Staging and Sunday school at Splvy school howc every Sunday wttt good attendonte Mr Sherman Mar cum who baa bean down with white welling so long to out on crutches tgainMr Lso Cheetaut paseed thru here last Saturday on businees Mr Niram Simmers rwturntrf from Cin cinnati Ohio last week with a pocket full of money Mrs Sophia Smith visited her mother two days lat woe t Mr Robert Hurliy of near Ethel visited his daughter Mrs Nannie Pen Ington of Plttsburp last week Mr Hoary Rice visited Mt Olive mat Sunday and reported a fine time Miis Millie Messer was the guest of Misses Laura and Ella Rico Saturday night Miss Julia Ferguson has bought new organ Mrs Angeline Mciser is very slokMr Blev Allen is very ill this week digs Mary Rico was the guont of her sister Mrs Susan Horns by one day last week Quarterly meet- Ing begins Friday night before the third Saturday In Juno at Blngham chapel Mr J Q RIce Is very 111 Miss Mary Carter visited her grand parents Mr and Mrs W D Smith last wcecThere is considerable sickness in this vicinity Mr James Smith Mr Jackson Collins and Mr Bob Met oalf are partners in the stave busl egg NATIIANTON Nathanton Juno lSThe people of this vicinity are getting busy now as the time is short for corn working W A Cone of this place will sOon begin his work In organizing Farmers Institutes John S Ward one of our most distinguished citizens Is a possible candidate for sheriff of Jackson County He is only ono among the many candidates The people of this section are in ordinary good health this summer nOllnrEJJcK Doublellck June 19 Miss Mettle Gabbard of Richmond Is visiting her Bl ate Mrs Maggie Witt Mr John Witt and Babb Abrams went to Bcrea yesterdaYThere will be preaching at Clover Bottom Sunday Sunday school Is progressing nicely Tho crops are looking bad In this part on account of the dry weather A good crowd went to McKee to the big show Wednesday from this neigh borhood Dr Rose and wife Just turned from Louisville where they havo been spending their honeymoon Mrs Alvah Smith has been visiting in New Albany JtOBICrT Iloblnet June 20Last Saturday nlgtt Green Carpenter cave the young folks a social AU reported a good moTbad Diew and Green Carpen ter attended the Masonic Lodge at Aberns lieu Saturday Sid Martin was In Withers Friday the 12th Willlo Tonlo and MISS Suslo Lake of Loam attended church at horse of Ever Lick SundayrO W Sparks green visited Thos Bowles last Sun dayLast Saturday Pearl Hacker was elected by the church of horse Lick for another yearJ W Carpenter Is expected homo from the Drlnle Ridge whore he has been logging for some time Mrs Jack Carpenter Is spend ing a few weeks with homo folks for liar health Harrison and David Wise of Dango art employed by the L U railroad near Livingston Mary Carpenter shot herself In the stomach Wednesday the 17th with a 22 Vine Tho Doctor says her recovery Is vary doubtful Jose McDanlels of Withers had his houso burned Wednesday W R Allen our hustling merchant I Is having a great deal of lumber haul ed this week MI onus rouK- MIddlefork June SO Sunday sefcoo at this placo la progressing nicely Mrs Sarah Prultt who fell and broke l her arm some tints ago is sulfuring i great pain Mid It tbooffct to be set ting worte SUve hauling SaM the gB In this tlQUltJTJao RvJ- nmee Baker preached at Flat Top i Friday Saturday and Sunday Ontey- ITiMter still continues very poorly I Mr Dnn Lear to very low He is not expected to live very loagA number from this place attended tho show at McKee WednesdayI Sand Gap Juno 20Tho Infant I child of Mr and Mra John Gabbard I died Friday The remains wore laid to rest Saturday in the Durham cemetery Rev G V Clemmons Point Pleasant tilled his regular ofI pointment at KIrby Knob and Sunday lastJosso Durham faI visiting his brother Sherman Jamestown Arthur McGuire has been on tho sick list but IB somewhat improved Matilda and Maggie Durham attended church at Kerby Knob Sunday Elmer Clcmmone made a business trip to Hardln AzblUs recent IC S Durham will begin building an addition to Iris brothers dwelling at Bachelors Rest Monday next e OWSLEY COUNTY isrAM CITY Island City Juno 19 Sheridan Pet ers and Wm Gentry loft yesterday for Jackson CountyGrandpa and Grandma Hasklns of Borea aro via iting friends on Island Creek this week Their visits aro appreciated I Wilsonby ovory one Drummer Jeese war on Island Creek this weekI I Robert Morris Just returned front HoI le1mrx Friday Tbo Rev Harvey Mplwson will till his regular nppolnt meat at Oak Grove Saturday and Sun I dayIL D Gentry has declined tho i Idea el going to Wo t Virginia and i says ha will live and die at the old borne asd oa lataad CreekW W Oldbam will begin a ten tiara tdqiDgI school at Oak drove about ot JalyBoys wfbeeribe for the CiUian and get the intent news I from all parts of die United BlatI Remember the National oawjalsn te Ion foto fall E R M of Laneailer Alcorn M Powell N J TRA TELLER RK8T Travelers Rest June 18Crep axe la need of rain in this vicinity The singing school at this place closed Thursday with much improvement to tho class who represents tho Sbarpp Milling Co la out canvassing this week Undo Venablo Will tho guest of W P Minter Tuetday This is court week at and many are now In at- tondenceSunday School la progressing nicely at this placo Bonnie Ad and Henry Price aro manlfeatlng much Interest in tho singing class at place Robert Creech and J B Bank are taking vtho examination fit Uooncvlllc POINT HAD BBEN PROVED Need for Young to Carry Ex- perimentINo Further A young man WHO had Inherited I tartans from a rich but very economical decided to lire nn a scale with his grist ly Increased Income and wit mrklns arrangements to build a flee mansica buy an nutomoblln and invest In oihrr expensive luxurlen when an elderly Mead who had always been one ol bis advisers undertook to remonstrate with him Ruts this I hfa annt- ymu miianderlng the inftotjr yr urn IP l ft you Harry saki tbe ItI ly friend 1 am not going to squany Itsbe fttmwerfd bit Tin ruing to 10 f Mme aMl out It its enough to make him torn ovsr In Uis grsvr IMJitt our uncle provr IN his own i ran the a man could Ile on M ITI sins fx tldlturr of Icm than 11 lIIfo- a year Yw WcI1v cc L bt prows It en thoroimtiiv that I afltl- it aa 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