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Pit ES I DENT S OFFICE I3EREA KY X t o oi wswel Mwuo4aNaA a HERE COIicu0 STANLEY FROST kUnagsr j nUni at M PeHefttt nt Hjrta Ky at Httmd o I ooooooocooO4 i X cent a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 2 1008 One Dollar year No 4 k I OF Oil King Wrfllne Story of LlfeOp crMion Not Neemsry Mexico Rebels Fight Phonograph to Preach OIL KINO W1UTJNO STORY 01 LIFErJobn D Rockefeller Is writ ing a aeries of sketches of his lift business interote rho work II- i Jnto shed light on matters that hnve been discussed as ho states In hll introduction The series will be pub lashed In the Worlds Work bcglnnlnj with the November Issue Mr Rock feller tells of his boyhood days bow be started In business and his man igemcut of business He said for the Benefit of his children he Is taklni up the subject that has been tho center of discussion for yean He Is also giving the history of the Btan dard 011 Company OPERATION NOT NECESSARY James S Sherman Republican vIce Presidential nomlneo Is doing falrlj well In the Cleveland hospital The physicians say that his condltloi has steadily Improved for days and an operationwill be unnecessary MEXICAN REBELS F10HT lone of several hundred Mexico revoluUonUU made an attack on Las Vacu on the banks of the Rio Grande opposite Del Rio Texas Thi small garrison was ready for them bud aided by the citizens of the tow- srifcred strong resistance A revolu tionary movement has been planned fr r some time and the raid on Las Yucas resulted In about fifty dead molntlonlsts Monday June SO the Mexican troop were ordered into the field to quell the riot and rebellion along the north ere bcrder The last scene wa around the city of Torreon and 150 Federal soldiers are garrisoned there tt protwt bttftlHOM plates and puMK houses t- It Is the belief of the Unite States Government that the revolu denary movement was started by a Land of agitators who have mad their headquarters in the U S PHONOGRAPHS TO PREACH Canned sermons will be preached in Chicago thin summer when the jmitori go away for their vacation A canned sermon Is ono that II rrp oduced on a phonograph and 1n the abrence of the preacher some one sits In the pulpit and runs the ma rhine and It preaches the Gospel The phonograph method of spreading the word of God II a scheme Instltutcc by phonograph concerns and found a good adherent In the preachers Chicago It is the twentieth centurj Idea of winning souls to Christ GOOD TIMES COMINGOffclali of the Illinois Central Railroad Issu ed a notice that beginning July lit their shops at Burnslilc Ill Waterloo la Memphis Tenn Water Valley and Vicksburg Miss will be restored A full time This will furnish employment fr a EOOO more men Money power will turn their money loose and open up work since Taft and Sherman hay been nominated They are rate now TO BUY GOVERNMENT HORSES A Government station for the train 1 tug of horsee for the United States V army to be established near Lcxlngto y Is the latest suggestion to revive In n tcrest In the horse Industry in Kent tucky There Is one main drawback to the use of thoroughbred horses for the cavalary and that Is their nervous neBS but It Is said that this defect can bo done away with by training- In view of the success of theare mount station at Reno Nevada which turns out moro than a thou sand horses each year for the army It Is likely that a similar station can bo established In some part 08 Ken tucky and meet with the same roc cess If It can be done the great industry In which Kentucky Is so deep ly Interested will be revived from the shock received by the enactment of the antibetting bills In New York Nowhere in the United tAte is the horse industry more carefully guarded than in the Blue Grass state Horse dealers are much interested In the idea of staring a new market for their thoroughbreds and keeping their plate of proralneBCo In the horse huMaNs t Ve f tL Yw + My = n X14 + o v+ rerew w dtau Bi QTl Nf to the of the Mountain People IIVol IFive a NEWS THE WEEK o Devoted Interests I IHOF W t KC AVltlOIIT W E CI WRIGHT DEAD prot Walter Eugene Colburn Wright oue of the older generation of tea chera who helpel build up Berea and a leader here for yearn died last Friday at his home In Olivet Mich where he has taught for several years Prof Wright was a man of lovable character an earnest and con faithful work Blatant Christian and er and hli place In Olivet will be hard to fill as it was here while the large place he had In tho hearts of his friends will remain sacred to himProf Wright was a graduate rf Oberlin and came here whllo still a comparatively young man He taught largely the sciences but ho was also I the first librarian and laid the foundations for the splendid library whirl tho college has today He built and lived In tho house now occupied by Mr Gamble and still known as tho Wright house lie did much work also In the mountains preaching often and he founded a church at McKee His first wife Ie burled in the cemetery here and here also he married Miss Maria Muzzy then lady principal who survlvs him He re signed from the faculty here In 1891 but was that year elected to the board of trustees and has been a member of It over since Ills last visit to Itorea was two years ago since whet 111 health has prevented Ills coming After leaving Bcrca Prof Wright was for seven years a secretary of the A M A with headquarters at Cleveland In his wok there he mad a wide acquaintance among educators and public men thru tho South Ad vancing years finally compelled him to seek a more quiet occupation and he accepted a place at Olivet College where he worked till the end It is understood that he will be burled there MRS ELI BAKER Mrs Maker wife of Ell Baker on Jackson Sreet died Wednesday morn- Ing at 130 a m Mrs Baker was twentyfix years old and leaves a has band and two small children the youngest child being an infant of three months Mrs DAker had been sick for about five weeks and It Is thought that blood poison was the cause of her death which has been expected for I a number of days all hopes wero given up nearly a week ago Mrs Baker was very young to depart this life and all friends and acquain tances extend their heartfelt sympath to the bereaved husband and infant chlldrei The funeral services were held at the home at 400 oclock Wednesday afternoon POLITICAL NOTES Bryan Wants Gray Hearst Beater at Last Democratic Plot Against Bryan Reported William Jennings Bryan has made known his wishes regarding his run ning mate and his choice is Judge George Gray of Delaware Ho told some of the National Committeemen whom he prefered as a running mate Norman E Mack of New York a strong Agitator of the Gray boom be- Ing the last man to interview Mr Bryan on the subject It has been said that Lincoln will not take any part in the operations at Deaver but many of the Committeemen find it convenient to stop oft at Lincoln to have a quiet chat with Mr Bryan Continued on Fourth raze P + AGAINJof the children of the state will be next Mouduy when the free schools begin That day will show whether they and their parents are interested in hav ing them Beta good start in life and whether they will make the most possible out of tho chances that nto offered them A school is like a little army It has to march together and those that drop out or do not get started in time have to do double work lat er or else be behind the rest of the term and probably the rest of their lives On the first day things get a big start and the children that are there on time will have a big advantage over those that do not get there till two or three days late No work that a child can do at home or in the field will be worth so much to him us that first day in school No good parent will hold his boy or girl back in getting an education eveu a for day for the sake of the little money they can earn at home Now is the time to start and the time when a day counts moat After starting right the thing to do is to keep right on go ing Probably some of the children will have to be kept out some in the Fall anyway and it is all the more important that they should get nil the good they can out ofevery day now A day at the end is a great deal easier to make up than a day at the beginning and a wise man will take all he can get while he has a chance You can never be sure of catching up if you are once left behind and many a good boy has lost his chance for an education because he got so far be hind that he lost all his ambition SOee that the children all get started bright and early Monday morning for the school and keepon seeing that they get off every day till Christmas Nothing that you can ever do for them will do them so much good =A GREAT MAN GONE The death of Grover Cleveland at his home in New Jersey last week removes from us the last of the great leaders of the old Dem ocratic party and a man who at the same time rose above partisan ship to true greatness the broadminded unselfish stand for the good of the whole country singled him out from the horde of little politicians that surrounded him It covered in the public mind all the unlovely things in his private character and now makes it possi ble for friend and foe to join in honoring his memory as that ora great Americnn statesman CLEVELAND DEAD ExPrssidents Body Rests in Clatsl Grave For detailed nccuunt of ilnth rte milde page At six oclock Friday evening Ex President Clevelands body was lower ed Into the grave in the Princeton cemetery The simple burial service of tho Presbyterian church was read and before the last carriage had driv en up the path leading to the grave the family President Roosevelt and others around the grave wero leav- Ing the cemetery As was the wish of Mrs Cleveland the services both at the homo and the grave were simple An Invocation scriptural reading a brief prayer and the reading of a William Wordsworth poem Character of the Happy Warrior constituted tho services at the house whllo the reading of tho burial Jervjce at tho grave was brief The most distinguished guests who attended the burial of the ExProsl dent were President Roosevelt Coy Fort of Now Jersey GOT Hughes of New York Gov Hoke Smith of Georgia and Princeton University faculty MY CONCEPTION OF THE PRESIDENCY Under the above caption the Rep ublican nominee for the Presidency has written the following for Colliers Weekly MY WILLIAM H TAFT In the tour years that I have been a member of the Cabinet I have be come familiar enough with tho res ponsibilities and burdens of the Presi dency to know that no man can afford unduly to seek that great office If he Is attracted by honor and power alone without the hope of being useful ho Is unworthy of tho honor and unfit for the uso of power Ho inut prefer for the sake of his own pence of mind never to bo President to being a poor President Confident that the platform on which he stands Si for tho best interests of the nation he lo untruo to himself and his sup porters If he docs not fight valiantly for election after he accepts the lead ership But of course he must draw the Vne at any compact which will not leave him free of promises and or tho control of any faction The Presidents duties clearly out lined by tho Constitution have grown broader In their Interpretation with the growth of the country He should be in the prime of years health and vigor The capacity for hard work is a better equipment than genius In mastering the essentials of all the departments of the government and undergoing the strain of countless Interviews He should look not only to those In office but to these oat of otflw In 1 all branches of private activity for information and opinion In order tha he may arrive at the truth when ho Is surrounded by the conflict of Interests which come tp him with the lair words of the special pleader In many senses though the m06t sought after he is the loneliest ma- In the United States Elected directly by the people their representatiVe head from them in the sober thong of the majority he will get his best counsel They as a whole view pub lie affairs unselfishly Though Indlffei ence or preoccupation with private at fairs may keep them from attendlcj primaries or scanning closely either I candidate or measures they can center on the President as their Instrument the expression of their wishes He should be always near the poopl in thought and as near them In per son as his position will admit In common with the people ho is human and he must ask their charity for bls mistakes When they have ceased to believe In his sincerity and upright ness of purpose his Is a cheerless taskOnce convicted that he has divined and is carrying out their real wish neither elated by any ephemeral out burst Ot applause nor diverted by anJ outburst of censure he must procee unwaveringly always by lawful moth ads to the accomplishment of thE popular will From Washington ho may lean nubility fortitude and forthrlghtnest Lincolns life and speeches must bE his cource of Inspiration when he Ie misunderstood and he has to say tel himself Patience and cheer 11 I t cnstr since we had Lincoln than It was before to bo a good president He set a standard It remained for Roosevelt to prove how tho people will respond to II strong and true leadership when the hour has come for great reforms The policies which he Inaugurate must be continued and developed They are right and they are the poll ales of the people For that renew his successor may well disregard any charge of lack of orglnallty If he does not make an entirely new pro gramme of his own A President at this time has work before him clearly defined The en forcement of the law equally against high nnd low the powerful and the weak should be his first thought The danger to our country from laxity or favoritism In this is the greatest one we have to face The conservatism of our natural resources tad their development for the use of all along the lines of equal opportunity tMjBjuat command his im mediate atuon Dominated they should e een1ess leader1 r- isTset1 saner 1 r Let e t Are you hesitating about opening either savings or a It account here because you fear your account will enough to look desirable to usf us assure you that we like small accounts for it 1 j from them that larger accounts develop The mere fact ft that you have an account the bank will add to your ambition and stimulate your efforts Let us help you to J get ahead i fff P Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmore J J Moore J W Herndon ET Fish B Porter Chas Burdette I F Dean PAID ON 4 Iw STATE Court Asserts Fraud Stops Dallies From Prison Store RobbedI Sick Folks Pardoned COURT ASSERTS FRAUDA decision line been given by the Court of Appeals regarding public printing which Is a matter of Interest to the state In tho case of the Attorney General against Henry Bacon In 1902 Bacon was awarded the con I tract for printing second class matter That year the stato Superintendent of Public Instruction ordered 9600 teachers registers and 9600 trustee record books The Job was given to Bacon and he received 2826064 The written opinion of Judge Lasslng Is that he was entiltedrfo only 4000 for tho books and gives judgement agalns him for 23992 His bond men are bound for 10000 the amount of its j bondSTOPS DAILIES FROM PRISON Warden E E Mudd of the Ken tucky State Penltentary has issued orders that after July 1 tho convicts will be allowed to receive on ly their home newspapers So much Is written In the average dally about the mistreatment of convicts that disorder and misconduct is feared x s+ rka x em- rssetseeNuavn va +uky t jTMelCltizeRisYOriwin lap idly Yiur Business Keep Pace With ifBy AdverV g 1 0 to i Ld I f Bank andjc 1BEREATHE SMALL ACCOUNT fy a i tchecking isv i t t in 1 4 CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus 1000000 DIRECTORSt Iw tlPERCENT INTREST SAVINGS e I W J01 l o I Berea And to make the lives of the guards rsafe this order was Issued 1 4 Y STORE ROBBED Thursday morn- Ing robbers entered the store of J Ie Wool folk at Valley View and withr i nitroglycerine blew open the safe and kk robbed It of a small amount of money 00 Mr Woolfolk had just made a deposit I fn the bank that night and the loss 1 I of cash was not great An examination 1 of the safe showed that the burglars 7 were professionals and were after money only They escaped SICK FOLKS PARDONED Ten convicts were pardoned Thursday by f acting Governor Cox Nine are alp l pled or diseased and four ore blind This Is the largest number of prison ers turned louse at one time since l Gov Blackburn pardoned one hundredtand fifty In one day CALEB POWERS ENGAGED Caleb Powers since his release has been to York Pa visiting Miss Elea nor Bonham to whom It Is rumored he Is engaged She met Mr Powers some years ago In Kenutcky where she was attending school Miss Don ham Is welltQdo When asked con cerning his future Mr Powers said he was seeking health first and If av he regained his strength ho would go back home and renew his law prac tice He went from Pennsylvania to Batttle Creek Mich for his heatthIContinued on Pourthr Re 1 a M yr RESOLVED THAT TIME FLIES AND THE FIRST THING You J NJtALL THE CHOICE THINGS WILL BE CiONETHEYARE ALL of CHOICE AT OUR TORE 6UT SOME ARE PRETTIERi S flSIcOIYfITHE GOODS FOR THIs SEASON WERE DESIGNED AND MADE LoNG AGo So IT 15 ALWAYS THERE ARE MORE KINDS OF CHOICE THINGS THAN oNErlRsT CHOICE SECOND CHOICE THIRD CHOICE AND So ON YOU WIsH THE FIRST CHOICE DO YOU NOT IF YOU COME NoW AND BUY YOU WILL GET THE FIRST CHpICE f COYLE HAYES- Y to Y u Pay LeuOr 8tt Mir n ia- irRlw 00 a- IJ I +r w BOB HAMPTON PLACER fVA1LPARIsNAbrI8PO- A Yl1DtP4 JlI45bl ifJ rlf tf7IJTtJItlL1iyattf16 iLrorWAtvrx1fAY eGArrllAxa SYNOPSIS detachment of the Eighteenth In ifuntrr tram Fort Bethuna trapped by Unmans In a narrow gorge Among them la a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton oleo Glllls the trader and hla daughter Glllls and duringthe girl only escape from They fall exhausted on the plains A company ol the Seventh cavalry IJeut 11 command and them Hllmpton and the girl atop fit the Minors Home 111 nteDCILt1 airs Mire proprietress Hamp- nn talks the future over j1th Oil eathe Kid She ahowe him her moth rn picture and tells him what she can r her parentage and llfn They decide ho fttmll live with Una Herndon Nalda the Rhirune away from Mrs Herndon end rejoins Hampton He Induces her to IrA Kick I1n to nothing more to do with him Hampton playa his last game- fof cards He announces to lied Slavln tahat he has Iult and then leaves Glen cUd Mlaa Phoebe Spencer arrive In nencald to teach Ita flint school Miss Spencer meets Nalda Rev Wynkoop ftf She hoards at Mrs Herndon Naida and Lieut nrant again meet with rut his knowing who ahe la She Informs hIm of the coming Dachetor club hall In Jianstr of illsa Spencer LJout Brant t eeta Silent Murphy Cutfr scout Jle ports miiblo brewing among the Slour octal dimculllea arise at the lUrhelor tubs ball among the admlrem of Miss re r buterse iIsnot his sMualntanceof they before She tells him of Naida and to accidentally meets her again aa he la rrtnrnlns to the ballroom with a fan for Uliw Spencer Brant accompanies Nalda acne from the dance On the way ahe n forma him as to who ale la and that phv hi to meet Hampton Brant and- lIcjplen tnfet Jlamplon Informs the tatciettant that hla alt nllM to Nlda fnuat erase and proclalma an authority ever tin that the statement CHAPETR XVII Continued leet t wish this made perfectly char rind for all time I met Miss Glllis Drat through pure accident She im pressed me strongly then and I con jfls I have slncq grown more deeply Interested In her personality I have vnaAons to suppose my presence not Altogether distasteful to her and she Siax certainly shown that she reposes 4a pin all inamoni u snf iBA confidence In me Not until late last night did I ever suspect she was the stale girl whom we picked up with you out on the desert It came torte from her own lips and was a total surprise She revealed her Identity In order to Justify her proposed clan doMInc meeting with you Aunt hence you request this pleas tent conference broko in Hampton coolly to Inform mo from your calm eminence of respectability that I was no fit companion for such a young and Innocent person and to warn me that yon were prepared to act ns her pro tnctornrant slightly Inclined his head I may have had something of that nature In my mind Well Lieut Brant and the older man rose to his feet his eyes still umlllng some might be Impolite enough to say that It was the con c nion of a cad but whatever It was tthe tables have unexpectedly turned VUhout further reference to my own Ipcroonal Interests In the young lady which are however Considerable Uiero remain other weighty reasons that 1 am not at liberty to discuss irhi h make It simply Impossible for 9011 to sustain any rclaUoniEipto OrdlnlLT71wOC1c p I distinctly cjajm the right for kite reason that I POI IICfjIl the rght and too one has ever yet known me to rettaqulh a hold once fairly gained VJeat Itrant Ie I am any judge of gages you are a fighting man na Hunt as wqhas profession but there Id ao opportunity for your dplng any 3hting here This matter Is tire ocaby settled Nad dlllia is not for you Brant was breathing hard Do you mean to Insinuate that there Is an un deratandlng an engagement between ho faltered scarcely knowing fetvwbcBt to resent such utterance You may place your own construc tion upon what I have said was the inset answer The special relations ciLstlnfc between Mips Gillis and my iselC clianco to be no business of yours Jfowevcr I will consent to say this T do enjoy a relationship to her that gives me complete authority to say haYtnr to speak with such plainness but this Jumwtcdgc should prove sufficient to control tiro actions of a gentlemen For a moment the soldier did not answer his emotions far too strong to permit of calm utterance his lps tightlyshut He felt utterly defeated Your language is sufficiently ex plicit pro acknowledged at last I uwlr pardon for my unwarranted Inttn stow glancedilukistuulliiK with one stand grasping the back of the chair llctorc I go permit roe to ask a jloElo question he said frankly I was a Intend of old nell Glllls and a was a friend of mi father before fII0 Have foil any reckon to suspect UUL be was not Naida Glllls lather Ihueptnn took one hasty step fo- raCIIhatr do you mean he ex aIaL ncJ flercely his eyes twt coals of arc I 1it 1 LJ Brant felt that the others display of Irritation gave him an unexpected ad vantageNothing that need awaken anger I am sure Something caused me to harbor the suspicion and I naturally supposed you would know about it Indeed I wondered If some such knowledge might not account for your very deep Interest in keeping her so entirely to yourself Hamptons fingers twitched In a nervousness altogether unusual to the man yet when ho spoke his volco was like steel Your suspicions are high ly Interesting and your cowardly In sinuations base However If as I suppose your purpose Is to provoke a quarrel you will find me quite ready to accommodate you An Instant they stood thus eye to eye Suddenly Brants memory veer ed to the girl whose name would be smirched by any blow struck between them and he forced back the hasty retort burning upon his lips You may be Mr Hampton he said standing like a statue his back to the door but I am not As you say fighting is my trade yet I have never sought a personal quarrel Nor Is there any cause here as my only purpose In asking the question was to forewarn you and her through you that such a suggestion had been openly made in my hearing I presume It was a lie and wished to be able to brand It so By whom A fellow known as Silent Murphy a government scout 1 have heard of him Where la bey He claimed to be here waiting or dom from Custer Ho had camp up the creek two days ago but la keep welt out of sight tor some reason Telegrams have been received for him at the office but another man has called for them WhoRed Slavln The cur said Hampton I reckon there is a bad halfhour waiting for those two fellows What was It that Murphy said 1 That he knew the girls real nameWas that ally Yes I tried to discover his mean ing but the fellow became suspi cious and shut up like a clam Is anything in JU Hampton Ignored the question Lieut Brant he said I am glad we have had this talk together and exceedingly sorry that my duty has compelled me to say what I have said Some time however you will sincere ly thank mo for It and rajolce that escaped so easily I knew your father once and I should like now part on friendly relations with his son scarcelyknowIngIds own within Its grasp and as the eyes of the two men met there was a consciousness of sympathy between them CHAPTER XVIII- A Slight Interruption The young officer passed slowly down the dark staircase his mind still bewildered by the result of the Inter d they Ills feeling toward Hampton hd been materially changed He found it Impossible to nurse a dislike which seemingly had no real cause for existenceYet was far from being tads fled Hampton had not even advanc ed a direct claim he had dodged the real Issue leaving the soldier In the dark regarding his relationship to Naida and erecting a barrier between tho other two It was a masterpiece of defense puzzling Irritating seemingly impassable From tho consid eratlon of It all Brant emerged with but one thought clearly defined who ever she might prove to boo whatever was her present connection with Hampton ho loved this darkeyed au burnhaired waif Ho knew it now and never again could be doubt It Ho paused half Inclined to retrace his steps and have the matter out lie turned Just in time to face a dazzling vision of fluffy lace anti flossy hair beside him In the dimly lighted hall Oh Lieutenant Brant and the vision clung to his arm tenderly It Is such a relict to find that you are unhurt Dlddld you kill him Brant stared II fear I scarcely compehend Miss Spencer I have cer talnly taken no ones life What can you meanOh am so glad and Naida will be too I must go right back Mid toll the poor girl for she Is nearly distracted Oh Lieutenant Isnt It the most romantic situation that ever was And ho is such a mysterious characterTo do refer Really I am quite In the dark Why Mr Hampton of course Oh I know all about It Nalda felt so bad ly over your meeting this morning that I Just compelled her to confido her whole story to me And didnt you light at aU Most assuredly not and Brants eyes began to exhibit amusement Indeed we parted quite friendly- I told Nalda I thought would People dont take such things so seri ously nowadays do they But Naida Is such a child and so full of romantic notions that she worried terribly about It Isnt It perfectly delightful what ho Is going to do for her I am sure I do not know Why hadnt you heard He want to send her east to a boarding school and give her a fine education Do yon know Lieutenant I am simply dying to see him he is such a perfect + splendid western character- It would afford me pleasure to present you and tho soldiers downcast Nalda Olllls II Net for feu = there you to you you face brightened with anticipation Dodo you really think it would be proper But they do things so dif ferently out hero dont they Oh I wish you would Feeling somewhat doubtful aa to what might be the result Brant knocked upon the door bo iad Just closed and in response to tho volco within opened It Hampton sat upon the chair by the window but as his eyes caught a glimpse of the returned soldier with a woman standing beside him ho Instantly rose tc his toot Mr Hampton said Brant I trust I may be pardoned for again troubling you but this is Miss Spencer a great admirer of western life who Is dealt ous of making your acquaintance Miss Spencer swept gracefully for ward her cheeks flushed her hand ex tended Oh Mr Hampton I have so wished to meet with you over since I lint read Four name In Aunt lydlas lettersMrs Herndon Is my aunt you knowand all about that awful time you had with those Indians You see I am Nalda Gllllaa most particular friend and she tells mo ao much about you She Is such a dear sweet girl Sho felt so badly this morning over your meeting with Lieut Brant fearing you might quarrel It was such a relief to find him unhurt but I felt that I must see you also so as to relieve Nalda mind entirely I most certainly appreciate your frankly expressed Interest Miss flp n cer he said standing with httr hand sun retained in bto and am exceed Iit f r Ingly glad there la one reiiflnff in tail community to whom my peculiar mer its aro apparent I Miss Spencer sparkled Instantly her cheeks rosy I do wish yot would some time tell me about you exploits Why Mr Hampton perhapi It you were to call upon me you might soo Naida too I wish you knew Mr Moffat but as you dont perhaps yoi might come with Lieut Brant Hampton bowed 1 would hardly venture thus to place myself undO the protection of Lieut Brant al though I must confess the former at tractions of the Herndon homo art now greatly Increased From mj slight knowledge of Mr Moffata capa bilttles I fear I should bo found s rather indifferent entertainer yet sincerely hope we shall meet again ala time when I can a tale unfold How ilco that will be and I am K grateful to you for the promise By the bye only this very morning a man stopped mo on tho street actuallj mistaking mo for Nalda What sort of a looking min Mist SpencerLarge and heavily set with a red beard He was exceedingly polltt when informed of his mistake and said he merely had a message to deliver to Miss Glllls But he refused to tell It to me Tho glances of the two men met but Brant was unable to decipher the meaning hidden within the gray eyes Neither spoke and Miss Spencer nee ei realizing what her chatter meant iKltlcd merrily on You see there are so many who speak to me now because of my pub lie position here So I thought noth- Ing strange at first until I discovered his mistake and then It seemed so absurd that I nearly laughed outright Isnt It odd what such a man could possibly want with her But really gentlemen I must return with my news Naida will bo so anxious I an glad to have met you both Hampton bowed politely and Bran conducted her silently down the stairway I greatly regret not being able to accompany you home he explain ed but I came down on horseback and my duty requires that I return al once to the camp Oh Indeed how very unfortunate for me Even as she said ao some unexpected vision beyond flushed hoi cheeks prettily Why Mr Wynkoop she exclaimed I am so glad you happened along and going my way too I am sure Good morning Lieutenant I shall feel perfectly sate with Mr Wynkoop CHAPTER XIX The Door Opens and Closes Again In one sense Hampton had greatly enjoyed Miss Spencers call Hei bright fresh face her Impulsive speech her unquestioned beauty had had their effect upon him changing for the time being the gloomy trend of his thoughts But gradually the slight stalls ol amusement faded frem hilt eyes Something which he had supposed lay securely hidden behind years and distance had all at once come back to haunt nlmtho unhappy ghost ol an expiated crime to do evil to his girl Naida Two men at least kncn sufficient of the past to cause sorloui trouble This effort by Slavln to hole personal communication with the girl was evidently made for some definite purpose Hampton decided to have a facetofaco Interview with the man himself ho was accustomed to fight his battles In the open and to a finish A faint hope which had been growing dimmer and dimmer with every passing year began to flicker once again within his heart He desired to set this man Murphy and to learn oxactly what ha knew He entered the almost deserted sa loon opposite the hotel across tbt threshold of which he had not stepped for twp years and the man behind the bar glanced Up apprehensively- Fled Slavln he said Well now see here Hampton we dont want no trouble In this shebang Im not here seeking a fight Jim returned the inquirer genially 1 merely wish to ask Red an unimpor tant question or two Hes tbfre In the back room I reckon but hes damn liable to take a pot shot at you when you go in Hamptons genial smile only broad ened as he carelessly rolled an urh light cigar between his lips He walked to the door flung II swiftly and silently open and stopping within closed It behind him with his left hand In the other glittered the stcel blue barrel of a drawn rsvol vcr Slavln sit down I The terse Imperative words seemed fairly to cut the air and the red bearded gambler who bad half riser to his feet an oath upon his lips sank back Into his seat staring at the ap parition confronting him aa If fascl natedPut your hands on this table and keep them there be said Now ml dear friend I have como here In peace not war and take these slight precautions merely because I have heard a rumor that you havo indulged In a threat or two since wo last parted and I know something of your Im petuous disposition I regret the necessity but trust you are resting cops fortably Oh go to belli We will consider that proposition somewhat latr Hampton laid his bat with calm deliberation on the table No doubt Mr Slavln1fyou move that hand again Ill fill your eye tern with lead you experience some very natural curiosity regarding the object of my unanticipated yt J hop no lee welcome visit Sluvins only reply was a tutee hit blix dshot eyes roamms the room fu lively TO DIG CONHWIWOA THE BEST BREED OF FOWL FOR THE GENERAL FARMER Barred Plymouth Rocks Hold lUSh RnnkBy Prof Oscar Erf Dnlry Husbandman Kansas Tho varieties of poultr bred on tho farm seldom Include orunmentnl va tlotleti and now breeds are not as well represented as In the yards of the fancier As an Illustration of this point attention IB culled to the fact that In the show room White Wyan dottcn equal or exceed In number the Barred Rocks On the farm however the Barred Rocks RIO many times as numerous aa tho White Wyandotles An effort was made by a rcpresenta live of the experiment station to de termine approximately tho proportion of breeds of chickens on tho Kansas farms Tho subject was Investigated In two ways First by ascertaining from question blanks sent to farmers or by personal visits to farms tho varlnty of chickens kept second from the opinions of poultry packers and by nctunl count of the chickens In receiv tog rooms of poultry packing estab lishments It should bo borne In mind that the word variety used In this connection does not mean purebred chickens From the studies made the conclusion Is drawn that about ten per cent of the poultry upon Kansas farms are entitled to be called pure bred Tho great preponderance of Kansas Chickens are crosses and grades In which one bre d predom mates Poultry In which the crossing has been so confused that the product cannot be classified are listed as mon grels Tho following table shows the result of this Investigation Toui ef No Cartel variety In pKfklNKBrIUrrr Plymouth itekcrt 1PV1 Hrown Leghorn sc 1t1 HIM rnrlan a rt Whit L horns IT 1yt Light II- IWhin mea P It Plymouth Itl1ce a M Hun Plymouth Hock 5 Whit 1elf I M fluff Wyamloltr a Ib Hun CochlB 2 White tsnashsnSliver Wyandotte 1 Itrirldio Cochlna Houitnn IiBlack tt Golden Wyandotte 1 Mongrel IT fA- In order to got definite Information span the question as to which was the most popular market fowl nine peal trypacking establishments distributed throughout the control and eastern Cortices of Kansas were visited and the conclusions are as follows Yet dntMcd few hens Itarred Large and Houses Plymouth hocks hold unquestioned first rank For broilers or roasters the White Wyandotles Bro considered equally good lly some packers the White AVyandottca are marked first for broilers One man stated that White Rocks were more rangy and coarser framed than the Barred va riety otherwise no objection was found with the white or buff Plymouth Rocks The extreme popularity of the Barred Rocks Is Illustrated by the fact that one dealer agreed to pay onehalf cent per pound more for this variety than for other chickens This was however discontinued The only critl clam raised against the Wyandoltei when compared with the Plymouth Rocks was that of smaller size One packer expressed a preference for sliver over White Wyandottes All to other American breeds no opinions were expressed Outside of tho American varieties tho Indian Games are ranked highest by those who Include them In tho list The Leghorns are disliked for their small size but are Invariably ranked above scrub chickens of a similar size The Leghorns are especially desired for their yellow skin and legs and SWINE FECUNDITYS- o great was tho fecundity of swine In Virginia forests that in 18 years after thin founding of Jamestown by the English and Introduction of swine by them the Inhabitants were com pelted to palisade the town to keep them out and history tells tu that for some years after It seemed to be a question whether the white man the Indian or the swlno wore going to take possession of the new world The breeding and management of swine Is one orir not the most Im portant agricultural Interests of the great west and to be successful none but the best breeds should be allowed on the farm Thd fecundity of swine leaves no exusofoV holding to a bad breed of t plump bodlos Some dealers claim that they equal any chicken where tho trade demands a small carcass It was also remarked that Leghorn hens Continue to grow and to Improve In ap pearance with age ranhlriR bettor all- an old hen than as a pullet The Leg horn cockerels are desirable as broilers but when older are not wanted and If purchased are classed as stagsy Of tho Asiatic chickens the Langshans are the most popular Hrah nine next and Cochins last Th Lang shans are woll liked except for color being sometimes mentioned nut to 1 the Plymouth Hocks The IJrthmas and more especially tho Cochins are remarkably unpopular among the Kan sas packers This fact U especially worthy of notice when It IB remem bered that these breeds aro spoken of as meat bretxls by many popular writers The chief objection Is because these varieties possess a large frame with not enough meet to cover aIt As capons the Brahman and Co chins arc considered amonfijho best The following are representative lists as ranked by packers J Barred Plymouth Rocks 2 Wy andoUes 3 other Plymouth hocks 4 Brown Leghorns 6 White Lesfcirns 6 Iangshns 7 Brahmas 8 Cochins J tarred locks 2 Whltw Wyun dotter 3 White Hocks 4 Black Ians shuns 6 Leghorns 6 Hrahmas 7 Cochins S scrubs 1 Barred Hocks 3 Silver Wyan dotles 3 Indian Games 4 Lang shuns 5 Leghorns 6 Brahmas 7 mongrels From the attention that has been given to the breeding of poultry for the show room many people wrongly Infer that standard bred poultry Is no better than mongrel stock for coin merelal purposes The mongrel thicken Is a production of chance Its an iccntry represents everything avails ble In the barnyards of the neighbor hood and Its offspring will bo equally varied In the pure breeds there has been a rigid selection practiced that gives uniform appearance The site and shape requirements of the stand ard although not based on the market demands raise much nearer produo lag an Meat tarenM than door chance breeding Ability lo mature for the fan stows is a decidedly practical quality that the fender br ode Into his I J tSmall Portable Colony chickens Moreover poultry breeder while still keeping standard points In mind have also made Improvements In the laying and meat producing qualities of their chickens Consider log these facts It Is an erroneous Idea to think that mongrel chickens goer any advantage over purebred stock t- It has been pointed out that tho farmer who wishes to make the most eclorhobreeding stock fattened young chickens or from eggs If tho farmer has decided which of these lines of produc tlon Is best suited to his conditions the selection of a breed Is a much less confusing problem The man who wishes to sell breed ing stock and eggs for hatching must consider the opinions of tho com munity and the competing breeders al ready In the field The breed of which there Is tho greatest amount of stock sold will not of necessity be tho best breed for tho beginning fancier to se lect On the other hand tho mistake should not be made of taking up with an absolutely new breed for many such breeds are Impracticable as farm chickens swine A good male hog of any breed can be bought so reasonable that no one can afford to raise anything but the beat of ltd kind TJiere Is no class of tarn stock that pays halter as bo twecu indifferent and good breeds than hogs and tho wonder Is that In some sections of tho country farmers still cling to a breed of grunters that will always greet you with a snort and 9 bohoo and which no filling can fill fully a match for tho average dog al ways ready to eel anything thai falls growmkidbutnowhere to be found Souring of HoneyL have had a good deal of experience with fermen tation In newlyscaled honey The best thing Is to do away with the combs when they get in that condition I I WANT FLOWERS Out FlitHwra Tnliln Fern luncrnl tle + lan Wnlillng rir o 1llllMl IUUU Y f + 0 INOOCFOIATID I 12 I ++ o o 0 i i o o o I e FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES aae eery eeoe CITY rltnnE la3 OFPICB OVER POST OFFICE Miss Ruby Fowler of Richmond Is tending thla week with MUs Bessie and LUilo Sexton on Center Street Mr W D Owen of QUndeane Ky ta atop lng with Win Sextons family tkta week- 11M Mary Coyle of Leesburg Fla petit a few day with ntldo and Llalo Sexton KIM IfcJoda Traadway of Patiucfth to TMting Mr I 1 Clark anti Mr O M TrttAway UiU week TOWN TAXES PSTI Mrs Irv the town of Berea are hereby notified that taxes tor the year 1903 ate due and must be paid to me- W L Harrison Collector The QUo Club bad a moat enjoyable In honor of tho lawn party and plonle Members husbands at the grovo houao on the beyond the Richmond pike Monday night The I1t and all report tendance was very full an unusually pleasant time After the delightful supper a business meeting was hold at which the following of fleets for tho year were elected President Mrs J M Early VicePres ident Mrs Dr Cowley Secretary Mrs Dr Cornelius and Treasurer Mrs Prot Marsh White the ladles were Settling their politics tho men start ed up a series of contests of another kind and engaged In athletic ports i Tho result proved that Prof Rumold I can run fastest W H Porter can Jump farthest and Dob Chrltman and Dr Cornelius aro the best quoit pitchers Tho club was fortunate In escaping the rain Mlsj Margaret Creech of Carters vllle who has been visiting with friends hero for tho past few days left for her homo Tuesday Mr W It Gahbard and wife wero the guests of Mrs L Co Gabbard Sat urday and Sunday o Miss Lucy Hays of DIg Hill Ky spent the tlrnt of the week with J 0 Harrison and family Mrs J L Qabbard was very tit last week Mr and Mrs Ransom McQuInn aro visiting at tho home of Mrs McQulnna parents Mr nd Mrs Tarlton Combs I W H Porter was In Louisville last week on business Ho also attended part of tho International S S Con vention held at that place Wilt Swopo ot Lexington came lastt week for a visit with friends hero Miss Ida Lewis has been visiting with her parents Mr and Mrs Pal Lewlti Coylft + d Hayes have secured Miss Grace Hays as clerk in their dry goods storo tor the summer Maymc Smith who has boea with Mrs S King slnco last winter left Wednesday for her homo at McKee Miss Pearl Cain who has been tho guest of Miss Grace Cornelius of this city left for her home at Jefferson vlllo Monday Misses Myrtle and Maud Johnson of Blue Lick Vero the guests of Miss Stella Adams tho first of the week r RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Ihuiic Xu JSH PHONE ALBERT 010r The Porter Drug Cot PHONE BEREA K- Yss rooe- eo oeeeoeeeNeeeeaeoeceoeoWeoeNeeaeweoeoeoeoeoeo Berea and Vicinity GATHERED woeeeNeeeeeeoe DR BEST DENTIST DUEAlltax VanWlnkle eoeoeoeeeeoeoeoeoeoeeeoBEREA AUGUST 678ALL COME Mr Robert Duncan and wits had- a very serious runaway Sunday while driving a young mule on Wallacetonp- lfcte ors Duncan and baby who were slightly Injured were taken to Paint Lisk for medical aid Their mute ran Into Jewe Rogers horao and killed him Mrt D Q Martin of Seaftokl Cane wu fat UM oUySfttarday on Iwslnasa GOOD utw LAND WANTED Parties having about 100 acres of pOd farm land In Madison County or adjoining Bluegrass Counties for lease will do well to address The Citizen Berea Ky Mr and Mrs Edgar Serlvner left I Tuo day for Boonevllle to visit Mr Scrlvnsrs relatives i Mr and Mrs E B and Margaret I Wallace and Jesse Huff spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ohaa Sopor I of Kingston and a number of guOllla- i from Richmond were present Also Mr and Mrs Burgess entertained Urmston Lewis and Miss Bertha King to dinner Sunday evening Miss Grace Wagers left Sunday for Irvine where she will visit rela thee MUs Edna Brandenburg of Paint Lick spent Saturday with Miss Net tlo Trcadway A general deal In real estate has taken placo In Berea recently Some weeks ago Dr Cornelius sold his property on Prospect Street to the college and last week ho purchased Mr Hardln Goldens property on the corner of Center and Short streets Mr Golden purchased from the Real Estate Co tho house now occupied by Mr 0 M Treadway- H M Prather has purchased Ab ner Goldens Interest In the Golden Prathtr grocery on Main Street Mr Golden finding a change ot occupation necessary on account ot his health John White a Berea student is working In Winchester at a planing mill but says he will be back this fall Sunday evening at 730 Childrens Day exercises were held in the Bap Uat church The attendance was very large for the houso conld not hold all tho people The program was very successful and the children showed that they had been very well trained The children were mostly very small which was a variation from tho previous entertainments held in that church Miss Allco Treadway who has been visiting at Irvine and Beattyvllle for two weeks returned Monday Mr Tom Logsdon left Tuesday for Panola and Waco where ho wilt spend a week or BO with relatives The Misses Putnam who have been spending1 a short time at home left Tuesdaj for the North After stop ping one day at Oxford Othey will 50 to tho home ot their sister Mrs Helen Putnam Bcggs at Ashland III for the summer Mra Dagor will speak at the Chil drens day exercises at the Congre gational church Sunday morning July 5iai 11 oclock All oro invited i r V U Z P F t Use Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit out store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE IK TR rather Successor to Golden Grocery Company phone 184 flOain Street Opposite Gitfjcn Office Miss lieasle Marsh wilt leave Thursday noon for a long trip in the West where she will visit relatives and friends She will go to Nebraska and Colorado and may get as tar a8- Seattle before she starts back O D Holllday returned Tuesday Indianapolis where he morning from for his rheum treatmentwent for much Improved While atism Ho Is there he visited the Kentucky exiles Charles Flnley and Gov Taylor and miorts that they were both better han tie papers have been making out and look well and prosperous Judge and Mrs Ooodloe returned late lost week from a sanitarium astir Milwaukee where they went a couple nt week ego for treatment for the Judge Mr Gocdloo is much ImprovedJ Early left here Wednesday for a trip la the South In the Interests of the same sheet metal firm of Cln cinnati that he represented a few years ago It is likely that he will be gone about a year Jag II Moore and Campany will give a tine moving picture show at Ute olmi Friday and Saturday nights at TSO Several new films have been added since they appeared hero last winter They have had a very cuc eeMful season and contributed large ly to the fund for the defense of Caleb Powers Mrs Prof Dodge left Monday to visit Mfls Patterson at Lancaster Gen Dodgo wilt Join her Thursday In Lexington and they will spend the rest ot the week at the Chautauqua there visiting Miss F J Webster at Chanler school D C Pulllns who was badly hurt In a runaway a couple of weeks ago Is much better and Is able to bo around again tho he Is not yet well enough to work Bert Coddington who was nearly killed by an explosion In the acete lyne gas plant at the Parish House last week Is better and Is at work again Rev M K Pasco has Just been noti fied of his election to membership in the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Am herst Coliege his alma mater An honor which ho was expecting Mr Josiah Burdotte who has been sick for some time is slowly Improv ing The Rev Mr James W VanWlnkle and Mrs Lou Bowler of Mt Vernon were married last week congratulat ions are In order r 1 I College Items iG iHJRB AND THERE i cooMrs W G Frost Miss Louisa Frye and Miss Lillian Ambrose left Wednesday for Lake Chautauqua N y They will be followed Thursday by the wives of some of tho faculty They will occupy a College house by the lakeside and expect to spend a quiet and restful summer Wilt C Gamble will return from his yNlt home late this week He hus been otondlng the golden wwlalng of his parents Mrs Marsh will have charge of the boarding hall during the absence ot UPS Merrow this month Quito a crowd mostly of women and children left town Wednesday noon or are going Thursday morning for Cbautauqua where they will spend this month and some thIS rest of the summer Those who went Wed nesday were Pres and Mrs Frost and their two children Elizabeth and Cleveland and Miss Ambrose They were met at Cincinnati by Miss Frey who will go with them Those In the Thursday morning party are Miss Marrow Mr and Mrs May and their baby Margaret and Helen Dlzney Mildred Hudson Margaret Todd Mrs Clare Canfield and her baby Mrs Clark and her daughter Leila They will b+ Joined at Cleveland by Sirs Thomson and Charley Mr and Mrs Hudson who were to have been In the party have been delayed by Mrs Hudsons Illness and will probably go early next week- J O Bowman left Wednesday noon for Lake Geneva whare he will take a course In physical training to pre pare him to have charge of the col lege athletics next year Prof flame and F 0 Clark left Wednesday noon to pc to a Fourth of July celebration to be held at the mlsslop in charge of Andrew Ross on Buffalo Creek at the far edge of Owalcy Mr Haldano left at about the same time to visit friends at Greenhall He was looking forward to meeting tho others there ROOSEVELTS HEROIC RENUNCIATION After the veritable siroccos of hot air and seas ot Ink that have been devoted to discussing the subject Theodore Roosevelt U not to be a candidate for reelection Time la the great test of character and vin dicator of purposes and time has proved Roosevelts genuineness We donot go much on hero worship but his example In this crisis is one that deserves to be held up before his country and the world and made mem orable in history The woods are always tull of croak ers doubters pessimists people tt much suspicion and little faith and we have been for the last several years hearing this crew constantly saying that all Roosevelts denials ct candidacy were Insincere that his repeated disavowals made in the mos positive terms wero but the hypocritical phrases ot a common politlcan which he would recall and repudtate when the time was really ripe for Everything for Ladies and Childrens Wear t When you buy from us you secure the best goods x Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY ta iegrf6e That WttrW b1I Marie Dt now these tee WeXlbubt Ira ought to retire to thflr holts Mall pttll setd hOiea in afar tpm rot teoosevtlt has belled all their emln OIM maturings Of course there Is no qlUon in miones mind that he could have had tha nomination for the winking of Ale eye nor ls there any reasonable doubt that ho could have been elected by the most overwhelming ovation ever given to a presidential candidate The great majority of people ot all sorts wanted him and It was alone his own cool determination tnapra vented his acceptance He knows when he has had enough which is some thing that not one in a thousand of us ever learn He recognizes that it is safer to retire gracefully white he stands as the most honored man la the world than to brave the exigencies ot another term He has thrown himself heart and soul and body Into his work for the nation and he covets a restand what is more he has the resolution to take It when he needs It No doubt he feels that he may yet be useful to his country provided he preserves his strength Viewed In any light Roosevelts renunciation of the highest honor In the world Is heroic in the extreme and so far as WE can recall there Is no parallel to it In history We Interpret his action as a deliberate conscl entious purpose to show his fellowmen that It Is not necessary to grab every thing In sight ho wants to set an example of moderation and self abne ration which shall be a real stimulus to society And there Is no doubt that Roosevelt renouncing Is even a greater man than Roosevelt serving Most men will rise to an occasion under the spur of ambition they will dare and do great things but tho man who having the chance for selfaggrandize neat can contentedly and cheerfully put it by is rare Indeed and when yoi l1 such a man you want to honor this great principle of character in elmThe Pathfinder PRIZES AWARDED IN HOME SPUN FAIR BEREA JUNE 3 Coverlids 1st prize Sirs Rahab Smith Clover Bottom Ky 2nd prize Mrs Mildred Reece Berea Ky Honorable Mention Mrs Mary Anderson Berea Ky Mrs C Holbrook Greenhall Ky Mrs L Wilson Greenhall Ky Bordered Rugs 1st prize Mrs Mildred Reece Be rea Ky 2nd prize Mrs Frank Hays Berea Ky Carpetweave Rugs 1st prize Mrs Lucy Banks Berea Ky Table Covers Coverlid Patterns 1st prize Mrs Mary Anderson Be rea Ky Cotton1st Mrs C Holbrook Green hall Ky 2nd prize Mrs F Hays Berea Ky Linen1st Mrs C Holbrook Green mall Ky 2nd prize Mrs I B Ambrose Be rea Ky Figured Linen 1st prize Mrs A U Brown Berea Ky Split Melon Basket 1st prize Miss Mary Carter Berea Ky AxHandle1st Wm Merreli Berea Ky Homemade Chair 1st prize Wm Merrell Berea Ky Socks 1st prize Mrs Mary Anderson Be rea Ky i- Ceo W Brown Ohio contributes the following Idea If your clock get balky and refuses to keep good time do not rush off to the Jeweler right away and think it Is out of ad oilingTakopasto bottle and fill it partly with good kerosene and set the bottle un corked in the bottom of the clock The keepthorunning order for many years So you sea its really a very simple matter to wellforJog our memory when we get that Experimental Farm No stopped clocks for usFarm Journal ci- n I L1 AJDavis w M Dti OFFICE AT RESIDENCE I+ PHONE 50 OENTER STiDr Howard Switzer Office atfdRe9idencaICENTER STREET 1f tPHONE 66 BEREA KY f S R BAKER DENTISTI Orrio In Baker Build I Inc Richmond Street BEREA KY 11 14cityTeeth extracted without ISfcSEE ME ABOUT YODB EYES Glass te Suit AllCadlUon i J M Early Jeweler EngraverMain Berea Kentu- ckyTombstones A When you want to buy one wait for GILBERT REYNOLDS tprentlRI- Richmond Marble Company He will treat you right ENGINES BOILERS t SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Rtturo 4 cerm BRes LaacMerKy- t HYDE CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general buxkteg bushes we invite you specially to place at- INIt a portion of you account withes wbttktr Large er swell Je 7 f Je JIo HYWtN KY Bargain in Real Estate A live room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse lOOchickens Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain if taken at once For par tlculars see M L Spink Berea Ky KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE SEPT 16 days Stanford July 83 days Paris Sept 16 days Danville August 53 days Liberty Aug 263 days Winchester August 44 days Burkesvllle August U4 days Lexington August 105 days 1 Lancaster July 293 days Barbourville Asg 199 days Somerset September 1 Brodhead Aug 123 daysaShelbyvllle Aug 124 days BEREA August 678 q London August 25I days Monticello September 84 days i Take things easy if you want to have a hard time No man can carry two watermelons In one hand Arabic Proverb Live this day yea every one as if death would claim you ere tha netting of the tun- A exchange gives us a recipe for a poor mana fruit cake Kindly give us one for the rich mans doughrTo kill all the bumblebee nests ruins the clover crop for the bees rosa tertillzo the blorsoms Run boys dont kill them It takes some boys a long time torr make up their minds what they want to do for a living Dont worry about I Jt Help them to get a clear idea I Iin their minds of different things day will come when they will decide and usually the boy who takes time to see the way clear makes things hum when he does start Itr HuatilnpDo 5 doubts and ftorewillbeor ages that follow it Kraersoa x rr- i Q sThe Citizen finlly newspaper for ill that It right true and Interesting rabllibed every Thurtd 7 at Bert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Itanlt Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos rAYABLS IN ADVANCB Ont year IM Six Month It Three Month M Send money by Pododlce or uaptrii Money Reclamed Letter or one and twi ant clamps The date chef your same on label shows re- what dale 0 nu blmpUo II paid If It la not chanced within thiee weeks alter ttntwal notify u- Missing number wilt be gladly suppled It wi are notified Pine Premium given for new aubacrlptlcu and prompt renewalt Send for Premium LUt Liberal terrai given to any who obtain ten abacrlptlona for ui Any one eodin ua four nubacmiptlonecanrectereTbeCtuaenfrelft Adnrlhll rUn on application MEMBER or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Tae news of the progress oelng made la digging the Panama canal must be read with many a wistful sigh In Paris A St Louis woman has been given a verdict of 9501 because she was called an old hen It Is awfully hard to prove this on a woman An expert geologist says that Mag ara Falls may disappear If the power companies are not checked Then where will the bridal couples to tot When the second robin comes around to hunt up the first robin the latter takes him aside and congratu latex him on his good sense In waiting That fireproof wood Invented by an Institute of technology professor Is very Interesting but the chips and shavings wont be very good for f kindlings It must be a great relief to find as King Edward did in Paris that the supposed explosion of a bomb was the stare of an enterprising photographers flashlight That London health journal may be right in declaring that flesh food is the chief cause of dipsomania It has been noticed that frankfurts sug gests beer I A story from York Pa about the cat mothering a family of six rats makes the most prominent members ef Nature Fakers organization look look like tyros The New York man who testified that he lost 1000000 in horse racing should have been asked if he knew anybody who has ever made 1000 000 at the races Perhaps Hetty Green who Is living in a flat In the slums is preparing to do settlement work She has never adopted any fashionable fads before but it Isnt too late for them yet A London paper is telling its readers how to live on c800 a year The average human being would be glad of the opportunity to experiment on that Income without ant instructions One of these days the new king of I Portugal will want a wife No Amer lean heiress need apply Jobs as queens aro not so plentiful in Europe but that the people need them all at home With 80000 more women than men in Massachusetts the bachelors in that state must be exercising unusual i vigilance this year in the presence of a female with a determined gleam in her eye- Maybe the editor of the Detroit pa per that asks Did you ever know a Chinaman to be an anarchist never t wore around all day a collar Into the edge of which the Celestial laundry man had med large and regular teeth Preparations are being made at Belfast for the building of a ship which is to be 1000 feet long It may become possible presently to have our New YorktoEurope automobile races on the decks of the larger steam slaps The 500000 world memorial to Shakespeare In London to be com r pleted on the three hundredth annl venfcry of the poets death will be an architectural monument and statue not a home for Impecunnus Hamlets and Orphellas duercent hard work And yet some men who think they are endowed with 98 j t pet cent genius and do two per cents hard work wonder why they get only i two dollars a day There is pathos about the statement that any man or woman has died of grief that appeals to the sentimental but as a plain matter of fact grief alone does not kill Therefore ro t marks the Indianapolis Star the prac tical minded are not surprised to learn 1ofthe latest reported case of this kind that the physicians return to the health board specifies tuberculosis asI the cause of death Doctors are pro sale for though they often ministers to minds diseased they begin by build jag up the body c v k r Nations Assets Must Be Con for De of By JAMES J HILL Kallroatl MaifnaU Of all the sinful wasters of mans inheritance on earth said the Into Professor Shafer and all are in this regard sinners the very worst are the jeonle of America This is not n popular phrase hut a scientific judgment It is borne out by facts In the movement of modern times which has made the world a small place nod has produced a solidarity of the new race such as never before existedulo have como to the point whore we must to a certain extent ivzard the natural resources of this planet us a common asset compare them with demands now mnde and likely to be made upon them and study their judicious use Commerce wherever untrainmcled is wiping out boundaries and substituting tho world relation of demand and supply for smaller systems of local economy The changes ofa single generation have brought the nations of the earth closer together than were the states of this union at the close of the civil war If we fail to consider what we possess of wealth available for the uses of mankindand to what extent we are wasting a national patrimony that can never be restored we might be likened to the directors of a company who never examine a balance sheet The sum of resources is simple and fixed From the sea the mine the forest and the soil must be gathered everything that can sustain the life of man Upon the wealth that these supply must be conditioned forever as far as we can see not only his progress but his continued ex istence on earth By the fixed rate of increase in the past we must count upon a pop ulation of over IOOOOOOOO in the United States in the year 1950 The annual increase from natural growth is about 1VS per cent each year Adding for immigration only 750000 n year which is less than three quarters of the figures readied in recent years we shall have about 13Q 000000 people in 1925 and at least 200000000 by the middle of the century Where are they to go how are they to be employed how fed how enabled to earn a living wage The pressure of all the nations upon the waste places of the earth grows more intense as the last of them are occupied We are approaching the point where all our wheat product will be needed for our own uses and we shall cease to be an exporter of grain There is still some room in Canada but it will soon be filled The relief will be but temporary Our own people whose mineral resources will by that time have greatly diminished must find themselves thrown back upon the soil for a living If continued abuse of the land should mark the next 50 years as it has the last what must be our outlook ScienceRevealer ofGod By REV TUOMAS E BARB Naaba bitterness America KnowsMuch Joy served mands Future commercially The persistent break in logic when we touch unseen is due to rebellion against certain forms in which doctrine God has been taught and and requirements associated with them When a man is able to step aside from these and tern plate the simple question he thought unhesitatingly that explana tion of universe is a supreme indwell ing intelligence Four great facts about world seem to carry this beyond possibility of doubtThe stability nature is one What holds this plexus instability in such ordered and permanent working Herschel once said that gravitation seems to demand a consciousness or will somewhere in the universe The intelligibility nature is another We can think it Why Because it is in thought relations These we do make find them By what chance would a nonthinking power produce a thought related world A third fact is the practicability nature Says one Nature is a great armory of weapons and implements for use of will Manyof them too ponderous fcr man to wield But there are many lesser tools which man can use He can not alter or modify them in shape or patternin quality or in power Only if we know how to use them that use is ours civilization is built on that truth The fourth fact is the mystic interpretation nature There is an influence permeating nature which both adapts it to us and us to it in exquisite harmony and makes our normal association with it a suggestive aid to character and culture v Prophecy is the function of inspired Yet it seems not assump tive to forecast further unfolding laws of nature and life until by their intelligent use poverty and shall disappear and earth be home of one harmonious and happy people Nor is it improbable that tho investigation which each year conquers more of the unknown may some day catch secret which shall bring us into conscious communion with that unseen life for which God is our assurance and thus the death be I forever put away By OUISEFPC DE MARCO the tho of ideas con follows the the the the of of of out not We of the are All of the the of the disease the the the of Materially the Americans Yankee or otherwise beat the world in the enjoyment of sport athletjes etc but do not know how to enjoy inlhe epjeurean way of relishing a good nutritious dish from meat to fish and therefore they will never learn to cook decently Spiritually they beat the Italians in the enjoyment of transcendental doc trinereligion spiritualism humanitarianism etc but are badly beaten in the enjoyment of artistic manifestations mu sic painting sculpture singing etc The Americans being a cold and less impulsive people as a whole than the Italians enjoy things material and spiritual not excluding the art of love and courtship in a lesi degree They will in fact never learn to really enjoy as the Italians do this latterOf tile composite American population there is no pcoplt in the world that collectively enjoy themselves more largely and in more varied ways than the Americans Why in America the holiday Is a great peana of enjoyment front old to from woman to child As for the children there is noplace in the universe where they net more and healthier enjoyment than here in school at home in the coun try anywhere everywhere always CREEL ORDERED TO WASHINGTON RECALL TO NATIONS CAPITAL OF AMBASSADOR MAY DE SIGNIFICANT MEXICO WILL DEMAND AID OF UNCLE SAM In Ferreting Out the Raiders of Coa hul Hundreds of Men Are Crossing the Border and Soldiers Are Being ForwardI June 2DDesplto the protestations that there Is nn lu ternatlonal significance in the attack on the towns In the state of Coahulla Ambassador Enrique C Creel has been directed to proceed to Washington Immediately This sudden change in till plans of tho ambassador who had received a long leave of absence from his government with the Intention of spending a number of months In his home state of Chihuahua was occa cloned by tho recent raid made on thu town of Las Vacua Tbo Mexican state department will make strong retorts to tho stats sir purtroent at Washington asking the United States authorities In every way to aid In finding the mon who attacked Las Vacas on tho grounds that the wholo raid was planned and ou1 fitted on American soil Minister of Foreign Affairs Marlscal said that every Mexi can Involved In tho recent raids was subject to extradition as a common cihnlnal Inasmuch as the acts of vio fence committed by them were not di reeled by any revolutionary movement organized on Mexican suit Mexico will ask that certain of the ringleaders who may be captured on United States soil bo tried by the courts of that nation for a violation of the neutrality laws San Antonio Tox Juno S9Gon Jcse Vlllar commander of the military zone for Northern Mexico with a large body of trooP marching overland to las Vacua had n sharp battle with revolutionists Sunday- A number were killed on both tildes The reovlutlonlsts retreated and am laid to bo moving toward Torreon where K more trains of federal Iroojw arrived Sunday night Several bands of revolutionists have torn up tho track of the Mexican Itt tornatlonal railroad and cut the tolo traph wires at a number of places between Torreon and Jaral Several hundred Insurgents are In the vicinity of Matamoras a town of about 5000 people and an attack UJKJIJ the place Is to be made This town la not the Matamoras opposite Browns vllle Tax- Federal troops are passing through Torreon by trainloads to the vicinity pf Cludad Porflrlo Diaz where the sit nation Is worse than around Torreon PINIONED UNDER AUTO Wire Three OccupantsOne Killed and Two Fatally Injured Warren Pa June 90ne person was killed and two others fatully In lured hero Sunday night In an auto aobllo accident The dead Eric Anderson aged 4r years foreman of the erecting ilcimri mcnt of a machine company here Fatally Injured Mts Eric Aude r ten aged 42 years It M Knabb pro prietor of the Knabb barrel works There were six persons In the ma chino when the accident happened The party was traveling at a high raW of speed and In endeavoring to turn out of the road to allow a buggy to puss tbo automobile ran into a gutter and turned turtle Three of the oc cupants escaped unhurt but the others were pinioned under the machine Anderson died soon after being removed to a hospital and no hope la held for the recovery of the other In lured Burning Car Caused Panic Philadelphia Ia Juno 291iauy women and children narrowly escaped death In jumping from a swiftly mov ing trolley car on North Filth stroe during a panic caused by tho ear catching fire The street where the accident occurred has been tort up for repairs and tho frightened women and children were slung headfirst Into the piles of stones beside tho track Their cries and the flames from the car called a crowd of hundreds of per sons who put out the fire with btickcta of sand Battleships Await Orders To Sail San Francisco June 29Twelve of the 16 battleships of the Atlantic fled which starts July T on voyage from San Francisco around the world to Hampton Roads are now In thu bar bar here The other four are expected to arrive during tho week The ship will tako no part In the celebration of the Fourth of July hero except to par tlclpate ffl the firing of salutes Bad Blaze In Michigan Ionia Mich June 29nro which started In tho Grand Trunk passenger depot here destroyed the ilrnud Trunk and Pere Marquette depots and freight sheds and First Presbyter rlan church The loss Is 65000 American Plant Destroyed Windsor Ct Juno 29Iolro hero Sunday destroyed the tobacco ware bciwe of the Traerlcan Tobacco Co the tobacco warehouse of W S Wrla ley do Son nnd the lumber yard of Wru Etlnson Loss ICOPQO m m GERARD CHAPSIAt I Gee dont I wish the Fourth wuz here v For I cn hardly wait Until the days jest catchup with V MAWVn That blame red figger date A I I loto fireworks 4 got a 4 Oh moren t you could thinj fpP A bull ann made of bras r S ujtt makes you bun 1 1I a minute th i get wa e I I out four oclock p f clothes- n Yo bet Ill ti stlev grab my bo tLi jl k tin out be nd the am + n light m punk a fwont hear nolhi- r he rest that hl I But g h t cant a clrqumstanc Todiu til happcn w en- It g i rh j ark You lest hest it lltSCC omc Of11S en- WeIt k in tia blacks Ith she n1150Ut An f th m l aroundtbetown Then the eII bcCnoISttrdorTt doubt m L Afore cachwhousc well set on do It An po r the der inn set the odiel ti on o cn jas you r he dint omc folk f com pup In outs e B+ i iTosLl 3u ticfn an a J t get al b now 1 jiOhhere But Ma se lcrcy me Why youre so set on getting An blisters I cant see But shucks who cares for things like t atrA boys ma never learns As how he has jest loads o funN of Agcttln all those burns t- On 4 I I the Glorious j w Fourth p Br MAUD WALKER WITH many firecrackers In hi hand math In hla pocket A Hip hip hurrah on Ms tongue And one Irottuni ikjrrucktt thus little only wandered forth Mot Joyoudjr to try To celebrate In the right way Th Olorluu Fourth of July I II Ml In line bhlnd the band That played fled White and flue He lane to help the nolle nlonir Though the word lie never knew then to Ih Cettbratlon OrounJi He marched with gallant tread And Ilitenetl while a Wondroiu Man The Declaration read Then came the picnic dinner treetadWhile the band played Liberty and all the ret the day Will spent In making fun and noUe Shooting iota of firecracker oil With all the girls and boys And when at eve he wandered home- A tired MI he rowlj b Ho aald I love the Olortou Pkurlh- Tl a day what Tat nulls me THE ONE DAYfit P SUx Doom Hand You cant set away So you may as well stay t iJi1ItRut onte this year = 1I hrhoIleglns to burn r UAnd no ODO dares turniIt low Until the last firecracker has been exploded I Hark children tho day la loaded And youll know It when you see It Unless your ear mutts fit Pretty quick It in the reflex action of the big shah lIurt6atlonCome and bring your boy h k J y t JAN EXPLANATION I L 4 Why Is Fourth of July anyhow Eddie r seeChrlstophetrCblumbus duulhave + y I E Kentucky Gleanings PartsiIof jI CITY WATCH DOGS Will Hold This Years National Con ventlon In Louisville Ixnilcvlllt Ky Formal notice was received by Oily Controller S M WII lilte that I ho convention of the An llonal Association of Cliy Controllers will bo held In September This or ganization Include some of the most nxpert accountants in tho United Htate At the coining convention an effort will be mnd to have a bureau of municipal research Instituted to 1 reform all methods of keeping city hooks Tho convention will bo at tended by comptrollers nnd account arts from San Francisro to New York innny of them leaders In tilt countrys financial circles Among them will lio Merman D Meta New York Sam II Williamson Rochester 11 C heck Detroit C U Moll Heading 1a Paul Bcchter Milwaukee Louts Uetr St Paul C 0 Ixibeck Omaha 0 C I SdlnlldtJO n Hcffnor Baltimore W S Me Cormlok Duluth and 0 M Hex Paw tuokot It J U 0 Powers chief tint hlU lan of the bitruAu of census Wash ington n C will be one of the mov ing spirits of the convention Want To Interest Unols Sam LoxltiElon Kyin Uie hope of sav ItiK the horsu industry of Kentucky which has suff red Kroat because of the passage of antlbcttlug laws In Kiivf York and IxmUiana n movement tins started hero to rucure the consent of the government to establish n re mount station horn and to breed thor I oughbred horses for uwe of cavalry onicors I Location of New Berea IxHilirllle KyIn a ftpch before the National Colored TtachHr ofoo r oiatlon Pmldont Front of Korea rul logo said that since the Madison court tr school Is folbldden to educate gross with whites tt was likely thll sdbool will bo located here and culled SIw Here About noooo ot the 400000 required has been colluded Fifty Poisoned Prank fort ICyA telegram from f High Bridge says 50 uxcnmlonlM were i oloned by eating lee cream at It planle u tlwt place Many were made seriously 111 and it Is feared i several will din The from Cincinnati lfarrodsbargl tulle Nleholasvllle and were summoned t To Split Big Precinct Ionlsvllh Ky Under County Judge Arthur Pinto Scholl and County Attorney ShIJr11tI mail have added nine t iradnets Filth Cdiurtitklonal district In the district elections It hits been found iinikjmlble for the officials to poll v llhln 100 of the voters Two Face Murder Charge t MxliiKlop RWm Merrill and ofhili wife Nancy who were arrested In I Itreathltt county on the charge of mur 111brought was acquitted Fut later developments caused the ar nit ot both j Dig Bunch For Owen I Lexington ySelty thousand dollars have bent paId tobacco groj- t1 of Owen county who had crops emoted with the Society of Kqulty This was the largest payment to any oiiinty In the whit hurley belt Over 100000 Is due that county on the 1900 crop Sold Kentucky Estate Lexington KyCapt K T liar 11115 4 who has Just lost hula million dollar grubstake lawtmlt at Seattle formerly owned Woodlawn the great stock farm here for which ho paM II COOOO Whllo this suit wts tending he uold the property and left here Heeded the Warning laIborera note signed Regulators at his door irlllnj him if lie and his entire fatuity did not move In less theta two days his back would pay tho penalty He Is moving to another neighborhood Aged CommitsSuicide Lexington Kyhenry Miller mnd 104 years grew tired of life at liar Irotl burg Mercer county and com mitted suicide by taking poison He tvas one of the Oldest mm In Ken tucky Ho had said he was tired of life y ElghtyOnIndicted- Paducah KyFor alleged night rld lug In Crlttenden county 81 Indict t 7 nients wore returned at Marlon but none of the names nave been inadS public Most of tho parties are well known and some are prosperous farmers On a Tour of Inspection Frankfort Ky Acting for the capl tol commission Ben U Uruner secre of state is touring the western tales inspecting the furnishings tit capitols for information In purchas lug for thq new capitol First Flap At HalfMast L Frankfort KyThe first flag raised over Kentuckys new Capitol building was sent up to halt mast In ft token of Keniutkys grief over the death of Grover Cleveland The flag will remain at half mast for 30 days DROUTH KILLS TOBACCO PLANTS Growers of White Durley See Little Prospect of Raising Half Crop Lexington tTbo extreme drouth and unusunl heat of the last two week has killed iiructkully nil the tobacco plants In buds In the white burley dis trict according to Information ro calved here It had been conferva lively entlmuted that more than 8000 grownIInorKanlzntlon exists and whore large crops of tobacco wore to be grown are to the effect that farmers tire ttnabla to set out plants far lICk of ruin Unless rain falls at once nil hope ot growing tobacco this year will be alien dotted Where there have been showers vlthln the pnst F4 hours It Is jtoMlbla that a small amount can be cultivated Without rain all plants will die mid hero will not be hAlt a crop grown In tho white burley belt One estimate puts the crop at 500 000 PoundsCONVICTS Newspapers Are Now Barred From Kentucky Prison Frankfort ICyWardcl1 R B Mudd of tho state penllimtlary hiss Issued oidurs that convicts nlmll receive only their borne papers and thut papers of general circulation now entcriiiB the Prison will be cut oft This order was Issued the warden says to preserve discipline Ho much lias been published In the paivre about the alleged mistreatment of convicts that the Inmates have alinout been thrown Into mutluv The danger tht guards are In can hardly be realised say the oflirlalg llmdly a week passes but that from a pock to H half bushel of knives and slungiihols are not leathered front tbt rison tolls It would be Impossible for the 1400 prlHoners to be controlled by the 50 guards were It not that many eoiivlcta are loyal to them Will Deal Only With Duke Lexington KyIt Is stated thai the mecutlve committee of this burley to bacon branch of the Society of Kqulty kt H conference In Wlnch wter determined to deal only with James II Duke president of the American Tob- ACCO Co In the matter of the pro posal to buy tho pooled tobacco In Its entirety It Is further stated that If the American Co wants this lobnccj it will IMJ necessary for Duke to make a personal visit to Kentucky The K tilly iveoplo have jvut aside protosl lions of minor officials of the combine Left a Large Estate IxiuUvlIle lCr1I1I report ct the wtate of Will J iBiilbert who died last winter has been made here by mart appraisers They found n total of 1347709 nearly a million of which U in storks Including an Interest In the PeusloeOuulbert Palm Co As Gaulbert left no will the estate went to George Ohulbert his brother who died some weeks ago and then to his slater Mrs Stoll Contests Will Lexington KyUfa Adelaide S Stoll widow of Jetties S Stoll turf man and distiller who died In May leaving an estate of 1500000 tiled a petition In tho circuit court to break his will it Is reported the action was caused by the appointment of 1 Will Btoll and John Stoll brother and nephew trustees The suit has caused a sensation Mrs Stoll has three chll dren Lien on Home Asked louUvllle Ky Asking u lien on tho summer hone of former Mayor George Todd of Louisville Spratt Bridges In the New Albany led cir cult court flied suit for 28000 The home Is In tho name of Mrs Todd Bridges charges false representation on the part of Told relative to the Todd Manufacturing Co to Induce him to Invest In It Sheriff Cases Dismissed llopklnsvllo 1C1ho slate of the circuit court was wiped clean of the SmlUilUiishaW sheriff cases when Judge Cock dismissed all the suits that have been tiled lii the raIl and gave judgment for the costs One ot tho suite was carried to the court of appeals and with that exception the case Is over- Compelled Auto To Yield Road Lexington yDra S L Holm and W O Bullock on a hurry call lu an automobile to a patient at the county Infirmary were hold up ai the point ofa gun by two men In a wagon mad mado to pull over to time roadside and welt until they had got safely by Roller Kills Boy Harrodsburg KyFred Noel n years old was killed while driving a roller by falling In front of It He had just finished rolling a Held and was on his way to the barn when killed JIll head was crushed Opposition For Dr James Glasgow Ky Slate Senator John T Smith has announced himself nn a candidate for the republican nomine lion against Congressman A D James of the Third district who had the field to himself for isveral weeks I GREAT DAY IN HISTORY CM ill ott eT TNC liST AWwtyrICoNTAcNrM CCeNuESJ- Everetts Eulogy on Independence fjaii DEED which neither France nor England Greece nor Rome ever witnessed was done In Independence Hall In the cltu of Philadelphia a deed that cannot be matched In the hlstoru of the world That old Hall should forever be kept sacred as the scene of such a deed Let the rains of heaven distil oentlu on Its roof and the storms of winter beat softlu on Its door As each successive generation of those who have been benefited bu the great Declara tion made within Its walls shall make their pilgrimage to that shrine mau theu think It not nnseemlu to call Its walls salvation and Its oates praise Edtaard Everett Is potMble to hold Fourth of IT July celebrations In the shadow of the structure which taW the birth and signing of the Declara Uou of Independence the most potent doctrine for freedom In the history of the world and the nation has not Ig noted tho opportunity There are many patriotic Amerl cans who make It a duty on July 4 to journey to Philadelphia a pilgrimage to the shrlno of liberty there to raise their voices In thanks and rejoicing for the great deed that was there accomplished Since that day now distant 131 years when Charles Thomson rising In his chair read for the first time the final draft of that momentous docu meat which Thomas Jefferson wrote but which underwent many changes before meeting with the final approval of the delegates to the continental congress not an Independence day has been permitted to pass without a proper celebration In the public square back of Independence hall Presidents of the Vnlted States sen store representatives justices ot the highest courts and even foreign am bassadors have poured forth their eloquence at libertys cradle The municipal authorities of the city of Philadelphia are careful to see to It that some distinguished man Is always on hand as orator of the day The pomp ot military circumstance has sometimes been called upon to lend prestige to the occasion and the best musicians of the land have been proud to play patriotic airs In the shadow of the steeple where hung the bell that so singularly fulfilled the prq phetic mission assigned It 24 years before to proclaim liberty through out the land The location ot the hall lends Itself to purposes ot public celebration There Is ample room both front and back for the building stands well back from the pavement no that a large company ran gather In front In the rear the beautiful Indepen dence square there Is still more space and thousands assemble to lie ten to the orations and hear the Declaration of Independence read This latter Is really the distinctive feature ot Fourth of July celebrations In Independence square The day would not seem properly observed with this omitted H Is a notable record of which every American may be proud that not a Fourth ot July has passed since we have been a nation without the inspired words being uttered again to the air that heard there first The first reading ot the declaration was that by Charles Thomson the secretary of congress when ho an nounced the completed payer to the flea who had framed It Thomson did not however read the declaration from time balcony of Independence hall to the people crowded outside to hear for the first time In what terms the colonists should tell King GOrgethat- hi control of the 13 colonies was at endThat privilege was reserved for John Nixon a prominent member of the committee ot rarely In honor of the occasion delegates to the congress flied out in the July sunshine to listen to the sacred words Later long yearn after Edwin For set the most noted ot American ac lori whose love for patriotism and the Institutions of his country was deeper even than his regard for the stage stood on the same spot and on a Fourth of July morning read the wordy of Jefferson as nd man has read them before or since A treat crowd was teenC perhaps Ihelftrgest seer as I e i 1 r I sembled and the actor during and att er the reading was cheered again and againForest esteemed tho Declaration of Independence os the best single piece of composition In existence valuing it even above his beloved Shakespeare Two years after the first Fourth of July there occurred a celebration in Independence square that had a spe cial significance The advance ot the British and their occupation of Phil adelphia during the winter of 1777 1778 had forced congress to leave the Quaker city and go to York After the evacuation congress re turned July 2 and a grand celebration of the recurrence of tho promulgation of the declaration was fIeld In which nearly the entire population of Phlla delphia joined Chevalier Conrad Al exander Gerard of France the first minister ever accredited to the United States from any power was an interested spectator During the centennial In Phlladel phia there was naturally a notable demonstration and no less a person than Don Pedro emperor of Brazil sill among those who cheered the sen tlments that had sounded the downfall of monarchy In this country and were finally to take his throne from the ruler of Brazil In later years another representa tlve of a foreign country was the cen tral figure at Independence square Wti Ting Fang Chinese minister spoke there with tine eloquence and made one of the best speeches cred ited to him In his many felicitous utter antes In this country The anomaly that he was the envoy ot one ot the most absolute of mon archies did not prevent the celestial from painting In most graphic phrase what the venerable building stood for During his first administration Grover Cleveland president of the United States came to Philadelphia tone Fourth of Jury and standing on a platform raised on the square ap pealed to the young manhood of America that tho great lessons of 177C be not Ignored KelleyGapfigured prominently In Fourtn of July celebrations there MayorWarwickgifts every year was mado tho or caslon of notable demonstrations to which were Invited men of national fameUnder the direction of the governor of Pennsylvania a work of Incalculable ValleyForgeValley Forge has a close relation ship with Independence day and the old camp site has proved a Mecca on July 4 to thousands of Americans who come from all over the union to pay a tribute to the fathers of the United States who suffered and died on this historic spot Practically the entire chapelhasWashington was discovered at prayer At the moment Valley Forge park comprises about 176 acres It Is properly policed and cared for by workmen whose duty it is to keep the roads and the entire park In perfect orderPublic Interest has kept pace with the work On Memorial day 1600 per- Sons registered at the headquarters and this Is probably not one fourth oi those who were In the park Auywhere tram 8000 to 10000 Amer leans will fittingly celebrate July 4 1908 bi going over the ground OB which their heroic forefathers undue went the sufferings that matte lade prudence possible f 1855 Berea College 190- 8FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alt Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states 1coli library in Kentucky NO SAlOONSIA special teacher for each grade and for r So many classes that each student can be placed with others likeIihimself where he can make most rapid progress t Which Department Will You Enter lI- THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least adnnoed Same lecture Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing BVblty Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manacement eta Free last booksTRADE 1 COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions sad compound numbers Brlclcwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Ears ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have laraetIfinished common branches The most practical and inturestlns studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life l CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course b that a young may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Horn maaIACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business EYes a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable man extra fee ACADEMY PREPARATORY 3 S and 4 year courses with Latin Oeo man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wlta use of laboratories nolentiflo apparatus and all modem methods nehighest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching Tin 4 year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrstcla certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the informaUoa culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory I Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Smell extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening DaysIBerea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money rrcelved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon eaCh student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and wosne for lives ot usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful refutations to yroUot the character and reputation of the young people Our students tome fogs the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For say who say t be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings sad assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lug and getting pay according to the Talue of their labor Except In win l ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 MIa a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to era from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beat but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather worm wrav and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooper 1 tlve Store furnishes books toilet article work worms umbrellas oar other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rut for the flue buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bsddlai t and towel For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe fall and 160 in winter For rOom furnished fuel llgtvta wash tog of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring SO oentaln winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Depot as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paM bat oacs card is letUJa when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for Ole of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moos students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 800 in courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee end room rent by the terra board by the half term installments are w dollows- rSPRING10 weeks 2250 In one payment 12200 Installment plan first day 1876 including 100 deposit middle term 076 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must lean for farm work ffeWt SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave forteachers exam nations 1645 FALL 19081A weeks 2960In one payment 12900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle cLv term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave ty permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any tactlon oV- a week i J- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any ase P plred traction of a month and in any cue a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply tile amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It is wltbln tow terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a ssoath IT PAYS TO STAY When car have made your Journey and sri vsJti started In school it pays to stay aa long as possible The first day otSprlnc term Is March 28 1908 The first day of Fall term is September 10 1101 F For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE SERE KENTUCKY i That Premium Knife t takes the eyes of the men and boys who see itlhe iaonatain MC e i fesT a good thing when theysee it and to get a 75 cent knife with twsv 4 blades of razor 8 lland a dollar paper that ia worth mow to the mows taro people than any other dollar paper in the world t The Knife And The Citizen for OB DeUar V That brings is itttacriptioBi all the UHHV If you Imt not got ij09 ought to baree 1f I I S z I j IEFAR J I FARMING OR FOOLING It hAS teen truly saW That out farms are the souret of America manhood ana vtay IB It that so mai ot our beet young wen are leafing them to become cltlaen of the dirty overcrowded city Is It kecauee tile city Is the vastest place to make a living Not IoIt la becauee fariuln Is not made attractive There to a tremendous difference between fool Ing with a farm and terming Ni farmor can live by the work ot his hands alone brains and wllllBguesi to adopt Improved methods are niOti1 sary for success Allow mo to introduce to you two friends the first Mr Shiftless la al wars around and has plenty to say He knows every one In the country and strange to say knows mush of their business and LESS of his own lIe lives on a farm spends much of leis time In working around the public works running a saw mill and sitting around the country store When his corn Is laid by he strikes out for a Job The second friend is Mr Wide Awake He Is always found at home during working hours He not only raises corn but grows a variety of crops changing the location of each every year He has a tine orchard f tI good garden and fences a spring house fine thoroughbred cattle a good barn located below the spring and back from the road and house His cottage is small but clean and home llkfe These two men are neighbors each has a farm of one hundred acres and a family of five children Last sum mer Mr Shiftless worked his corn twice laid It by and struck out with his team for the public works Wide Awake worked his corn four times t f harvested his clover built some new fence cut the weeds and briars from r around the fence corners cleaned up his yard and barn and built a new ratproof corn crib Tho evenings at the WldeAwake 4 homo are spent In reading farm pap ers Tho Citizen magazines books stories to the children the Sunday School lesson and the Bible Plans are made also for the next days workAn evening call at the Shiftless home would find the two oldest sons away perhaps at the grocery and Mrs Shiftless with the children out doing the work that the boys had left undone t Of course Mr Shiftless is away J with his team a Each Saturday night the Wide 1 a Awake family conduct a Literary So ciety at which Mr WldeAwaka er talks on such topics as the following The value of crop rotation of a Pure seed corn of Pure bred cats tie Remedies for hog cholera Oat and corn smut and for Fruit diseases La Each Saturday night the WideAwake a4r POLITICSeaN- A plain answer to a sharply point 1d ed question ought to be put without delay by the Intelligent negro to certain of his leaders The question a Am I being led or misled S The course of events In national re tr robKcan politics isnow flowing swift- lyt Its direction and main currents ar apparent It Is for the negro eleaflets to study the phenomena and act witely In accordance with theirs0 observations sv asAnd what will that observation I show First of all and most patent arnar ly that the negro influence U being used remorselessly by a personal en 1 temy of the probable republican nom a c Inee and probable next president non ator Foraker seized upon tho Brownssy a vllle Incident as a club to Injure Sec rrotaryTaft The negro leaders poi litical acumen chould have been suffl cent to break that club In the hands oj of the man who is wielding It vainly butft themselvesara H 1 t Tho negro leaders have been stam peded into this rabid antiTaft move ment They have forgotten utterly the fact that Secretary Taft exceeded sAJ4this own strict authority in their be- aaJJ Sit In this very Brownsville episode tfk wind they have forgotten the presidents acts of friendliness to their oppositionI tV fdesigning opponents of Mr Roosevelt C0 i family are toend la chatoh and SUE I day school with MM WldtAwaki r a teacher in the primary claw Mrs Shim s manages to attend two ot three Unit during the summer Her I two oldMt sons are always found out on the fence usually smoking cigar I sites when the preacher invite them In they smile and say Caut come lu today I reckon H The summer passes In September John and Mary WldeAwake the olU est son and daughter come to Berea while the younger children attend the free school every day The two oldest Shiftless boys think they have crown too large for school and the younger children attend but little Corn harvesting comes Mr Wide Awake gathers twice as much corn to the acre as does Mr Shiftless This he puts In his new ratproof crib the best ears being saved for seed and strung on wires at the top of the crib He winters one hundred chickens on the amount of corn that Mr Shiftless feeds to the rats and when spring comes he has his hundred chickens and no rats while Mr Shiftless has five hundred rats and no chickens Mrs WideAwake puts up a large supply of canned fruit and berries which she keeps in a dark cupboard in the springhouse while Mrs Shift less has but little fruit to can and what she does put up Is kept in a corner in the house where it Is warm and light and as a result much of it spoils Again Mr WideAwake finds by weighing his feed and testing the milk that he is feeding his two cows 50 worth of feed and only getting 15 worth of milk lie at once Mils these two cows and buys a thoroughbred Holstein This cow produced 30 worth of milk on 85 worth of feed and requires oaly oaehaU the labor thus he changes a 31 loss Into a 10 gain This same process of improvement Is carried into all other lines of stock with similar results At the end of the year we find Mr WideAwake and his family all happy his farm and stock In good shape no drbts and his children all In school while Mr Shiftless though he has worked hard Is not happy his farm an stock are In poor condition he U in debt his children are not In school and his two sons are in serious trouble over some shotlng affair And what is the secret of the great difference between these two menf One Is a success the other a failure Mr WIdeAwake used his hands brains and was willing to study his business and to put in practice im proved methods while Mr Shiftless fooled with his farm and tried to mate his living from some one else rather than his farm In other words WdeAwake Is farming and Shiftless- Is merely fooling with his farm and Mr Taft is poor testimony v o that political intelligence and pract Ical Judgement In public affairs which the negroes of the better class thru out the country are anxious to prove they possess The negro republican would do well to consider first that his alleged friends Save irons in the political fire among which his welfare Is not I conspicuous second that his assumption that Secretary Taft Is his en envy has no foundation which adult I sensible voters can in coolness of Judgment accept with respect and third that as the cats paw of the rabid antiTaft faction be is Injured to the eyes of the part of the nation most disposed to protect the negros rights and conserve the negros Inv terestsThe antlTaft folly of the negro leaders Is an indulgence of passion and unfounded prejudice which will cost the negroes dear It they persist in 1U Chicago Tribune The garden has a hundred heads growing on the cabbages it has A thousand eyes showing on the po tatoes it has any number of ears hanging on the sweet corn and it I has all the toes it wants tooon the I tomatoes Placo freshly slaked lime in a wa tertight cask or vessel and keep It covered with water The lime willI keep indefinitely treated in this manner and is ready for Immediate use I In whitewashing If the cask is kept In tho cellar It will require less water and greatly Improve the cellar POLITICAL rOTES tCIQUauM rrvet PUM rage And Hit prospect Is that Bryan w1l1 pall the convention ottas Roosere lt pulled the ono off at Ohteago alld that U to suit himself HSARST B8ATHN AT LABTJT recount of the ballots which were O4It iii the New York election three year ago when Hearst Jaime enough vote east for him were thrown out to el8Gt Ids opponent has bean finished nnd while Hearst has gained over eight hundred votes he Is still nearly thr thousand short of his claims While his tint plan has failed he has an other which Is to charge that In several precincts more ballots wet round in the ballot boxes than were cast according to the poll book and that therefore these boxes were stuf tad and no vote in them should be counted Of course this charge mean another long legal fight and probabl the question will not be settled tl11 after the term of the office they are fighting over Is ended HITCHCOCK CHAIRMANit wa reported in Washington Monday night that It had finally teen decided to make Frank Hitchcock chairman of the Republican National Committee PLOT AGAINST DRYANThe Republlean reporters who have gone to Denver to get ready for the Dem oeratic National Convention there next week are sending back a most remarkable story about what It It going to happen to Bryan They say and this is said by some of the best known and most reliable reporters In the U S that Bryan is greatly disliked by molt of the lenders that these leaders know that he cannot win and that they blame him for the troubles the party Is having SUIT they are going to ncmlaate aim Wfcy Because they expect him tc be baua In fact thty will see to 11 that he to beaten and they bone that a third defeat will settle blm Than they hope to win with Johnson four years from now TAFT 1U SIGNSMr Taft has served his last day M Secretary of War He resigned July 1 and was ucoetdt l In office by Luke B Wright Mr Taft Is getting to work on his campaign and Is spending most of his time in conference on the subject LEWIS FOR JUDGE William Lewis has announced his Candidas for the Circuit Judgeship In the 27th District composed of Jackson Clay Knok and Laurel Counties He has made a fine record as Commonwealth Attorney and will make a strong race for the place he now seeks He would doubtless be successful against any other candidate than Judge Faul kner who It Is said will seek re election on his record CORRESPONDENCEContinued der and her son Dan Wilder visited Will Wadklns Sunday and Monday lie lives near the camp grounds in Laure Co Willie and Arlie Dunagan are witnesses in the case of J H Dykes shooting Green Patrick In Wolfo Co near Belknaps post office Court sets the first of August They will visit friends In Jackson County for a couple of weeks then go td Wolfe CountyThe sanctified people have started to build a church on Fourth Street near Mr Duncans ftMKflASTLE CIUIT7D- ISIUTAMTA Disputanta June 9We are hav ing some tine weather now and farmers are busyThe Sunday school at Clear Creek Is progressing nicely with large attendance Mr and Mrs L F Rowlett visited Mr and Mrs M V Swinford Saturday night and- SundayMr and Mrs Cuder Croucher visited Mr and Mrs Clella Young Saturday Born to the wife of Mr Alfred Shepherd a fine boy June 19 Rev L R Rowlett and daughter Bertha of this place visited friends and relatives at Paint Lick Friday and Saturday Mre L R Rowlett who has been sick for the past two months Is slowly ImprovlnrrMrs Samuel Crouchbrlx still very poorly Mrs 0 M Payne and family vlslt sd her parents Mr and Mrs Tay lor Abney SundayNext Saturday and Sunday Is our regular meeting it Clear Creek aLU1tx Climax Juno 25Isaac Rector and U S G York have a contract to paint IL Hr Woods and W H Hays tore houses at Wlldie D 0 Rector CJA rT FF pass rttvrued after a very short Visit at KlrKsvtlle While there he vM od the Objtlstlan Sunday Schoo Ohitdrens Day was held In the mor- ningRoloy Roso was la Birta OD business the 24th of June Ono d Mn S L Rectors fine hens cots mttted suicide by falling out of the barn loft and breaking her noel Her excuse was that Bryan was ge Ing to be elected for President and she would starve to death any way So boys dont forgot William Taft when you cast your vote this fall and well haw good times the next four years nooo Boone June sJJames the llttl son of Mrs Mattle Coyle has bee quite sick but le some better severe thunder storm pawed tin this vicinity Tuesday Several tree were struck by lightning and the store belonging to John Todd at RockfordI S Burns was in this vicinity SaturdayGeo Lamb am wife have moved to Madison County Miss Hattlo Poynter ot Be rea is visiting horn folksMr T S Wren was In Madhon County one day last wetk Mr and Mrs Jas Lambert were guests of Mr and Mrs Wesley Lambert Sunday Mrs Dave Martin went to Berca Saturday utiutty Qnulty June 27J C Bullock husi beep suffering with flux but we are iliad to say he Is JmprolngSeemlI of cur men and lays are atttndlai court at Mt Vernon Ther will to prtwchlng at Red Hill next Saturday and SuBday by Rev D Parker Dan M RoblMon to with lame folks today Ht U employed hy the L l N rall reed al LlvtIIsMDDFWoher Bone acid 79 died lad Saturday and WI turtod it Uw Iltd HOI wrY su dfr Heart Shepherd sad km art vWUnx Truer Shepherd awl Mea I HAMILTON 0 LETTER- Hamlhoa 0 Juiw MMW peQpi Were viewing the partial eelipao of the- IItln whleu ocoured Sunday marniag between eight and eltenolookWh- aw good rain here for not had a over a month and the gene and badly The potatoes are Buffering farmers are busy harvesting theft wheat crop which It reported to be exceedingly good this year The body of Frank Duellman woo was drowned last Sunday at a fishing camp below Hamilton was found after four days of continual searching Rev Wesley Hatcher pastor of the Christian Church at this place has resigned and will go to Morgan County Ken lucky to take up evangellstlcal work We wish him and his wife success and Godspeed In their new field rf work Mayor Straub lute given orders that no fireworks be discharged un til the evening of July 3rdMr and Mrs F P Webb who moved to Ham Ilton from Kentucky about eight years ago will make an extended trip to various parts ot Kentucky In July and August Mr Webb Is drummer for a Now York dry goods firm Meredith Gabbard and family visit ed Mr and Mrs E E Flanery last Saturday and Sunday at Elmwood Cincinnati CThe annual meeting of the Miami Valley Chautauqua opens July 18th with an excellent program arranged It will hold about 18 days Tho twentyfour Inch water main under the Miami river from Court Street to Ross Avenue broke in the center of the river at four oclock Saturday afternoon and is a result the west side of the town la short of water The I 0 0 F Lodge number IT of Hamilton 0 gave A demonstration of their lodge work before a delegation of about fifty visiting brothers from Newport ICy last Saturday night Sandwiches coffee Icecream and cake were serv ed at the close of the meeting Every one present had an enjoyable time The Newport members came in a wayINEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pirt Pace DIVORCEJappenred to Ordinanceies He declares that ho in 12 years parried 70000 persons and not a Ingle divorce had resulted And ho aid they could not cheat him out c of the ioulroaUne business ROYAL iON BORN IN PAINs son WH born tat week to Quests VI- etlla of Spate Tile to tine etcot possible htlr U the Spanish thren and makes It almost certain that tier will be no break In the uccetalo whlqb would make a revolution Poe slblt THIRTYFIVE 3I111SGTbirty fie persona art missing at a rOlult of the alnklnc ot the Mtamihl Larch when she ttrneh en UM roeh off the Spnntoh cowt Nv dntwlay ntt news rttched Ctruuna Spain Tours day MOM of Uw IasseiifWar boot the Argentine Retmblto TROUBLB WITH VlhNBZUaUV There Is again a war cloud In the horizon and this time It is In Yeast For a longthreatensuila that danger time there has been friction over souii rights which were granted to America citizen thero and which were takes away Illegally The U S has done everything possible to have the doe pule settled decently but Free Caste of Venezuela has been mot Impudent Finally the Ain rltau representative In that country have Lein withdrawn This U always Use first step In a war but It does not moan that there wll really be one People would be a great deal more aaxlou to make Vene halt come to time It It were not generally believed that Uw Asphalt Trot whleh la the eoneern that has suffered from Venezuelan Injustice iltMrved all that was coming to It sad that It would have ben beater even In a fair trial WORLDS OLDti6T MAiAn old soldier who raeently wiled oa UK Cast of RHMla M believed to be Ute olden man on earth and has oUlda records to prove Jut what his age II Ue la 1M yeses old Hoe bees a soldier lnet 1T 7 served In the eam ales which sewed the dawnfaU of Kapoteon nod In alooet aU the arty ot fifty wan that RitMla bas bees b sisa that time He has over rut medals for bravery STATE NEWS 1Ceadeat4 ben Pleat rage IMG HQUITY SALB Tke Jlqulty Socttty has made a wcond large sate to the Totaeoo Trust The first sal wine fifteen hundred hogsheads to DRldder S Griffith a brokerage flrr of LouUvllle who proved to be agent for the Trust The i ond tale pat 7000 hogsheads to the same PArties The Hqulty has done what It ataitei to do In regulating the prices ot tobacco the first lot cold for 14 cents and the last lot tor 10 cents makln the average price tt cents the schedule price of the Equity PENALTY Doeto GETS LIGHT Champion found guilty of leading i lawless mob shooting down ignorant unprotected negroes and terrorizing the entire tobacco district was senten ced to the penitentiary for one short year The man from the Penirile certainly got Into a kind bunch ol jurors or else he would have enjoyed the administration of a number of governors while ho remained In FrankfortIs getting a grip on our good citizenship In law and order a thing ct the past U Dr Champion U innocent he Is receiving a great Injustice It he Is guilty Welll woe unto that Jurys ability to preserve order ASKS EXTRA SESSION The M e hudUt Conference In Lexington wt week adopted resolutions asking Gov tVlllion to call an extra session to pass a county unit bill This import ant question has been forgotten for iorco time but now that It has been brought to the front again It Is time for the Republicans to redeem their campaign promisee Thousands oil votes were cast for the Republican tltehrkrs because ot their promise tu v ork for a county unit bill The net that the bill failed in the regular teesion was not wholly due to tho Re ufctcans tlio they will have to carry the load of suspicion ot having sold ut their promise and honor for tho take of electing Bradley to the Sen itc Dot It will be only the Repub limns to blame is something Is not lone In the way oC calling an extra rralon to put every man on record the state of the treasury which was sit almost bankrupt by the Demo rats Is another good reason for calling an extra session and It la greatly to- be hoped that tho Governor will do so He will find himself supported by the vast majority of Republicans of the state In all efforts toward decent government j TWE MARKET Bates Prices Potato Mfc per b U30 Cabkagt Be per Ib eM UKc per gal Honey lc per lb Dean Ufec per gal Apples per bube31 Oo j Blaektorrla 10 15c per gal etrawterrIss pr qtl1Jo Eggs pr doses 12c Duller pct IblGOI1 Baeou par lbr10llo Slam per lb4SUe Lard per lblob Chickens on toot palb So Cblcktns draaaad per IK 12l c Core 90e Oats OO- eWheat 1 9le pr be Millet OOe per bu- tLive Stick LouUvllle June 30 1903 Choice export steers 5 76 60 Choice butcher steers 5 25 I 90 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher steers 4 73 6 rs eCbolceMedium butcher heifer 4 00 B 00 Common butcher heifers 35 4 CO Choice butcher cows 4 25 4 5 Medium butcher tow S M 4 5 Common butatvr sews 2 75 J TO Canners 126 2 25 Cholie fat oxen 4 50 6 M Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls 3 CO t 25 Medium bulls 2 75 t SO Common belle S 00 2 40- Choleo veal calves 5 CO 6 00 Medium veal ashes 3 10 6 00 Common calves 210 3 TO Good ftdn 4 10 5 0 Medium feeders 4 00 4 M Common feeders 3 CO 4 CO Choke steak steers 4 00 4 M Medium stock steers 3 M 4 CO Common atd iteera 3 00 I fO Choice took heifer 3S J 75 Mt4l m stock heifer 210 3 2- Oowmoa mixed Uoetcari 210 Sill Choke mulch tow 35 00 45 04- MarflKm milch cows 28 00 30 00 Common milch eon II II e ii BOOS Choice picker and tmlafaen- SN w m hs c 11 Medium packer awl ImUfeen- 1W to SQ9 lhj 636 Choice pigs 9910 Ibi S 40 Light plfii 3000 Ibj I 00 Light Milpper 130190 lbs 66 Roughs M0409 ibe 3 00 3 W sear Choice fat sheep 3 35 3 78 Medium ihecp 2 W 3 25 Comnon sheep 2 00 3 00- Bucko 160 300 Choice lambs 7 00 Seconds 5 CO Good butcher lambs 4 50 5 00 Culls and tallend 3 CO 4 lit MESS PORK 11 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 11llHc heavy to cSHOULDERS0c per lb BACONClear rib aides 93e regular clear sides 8c breakfast bacon 14Hc sugar cured shoulders tftc bacon extra Oyc bellies light lOc heavy 10- cLARDPrime team In tierces 8Jic pure leaf in tierces 9c In tubs 9 KG DRIED BEEF lJc EGGS Cao count 15c per dot candled Hc- DUMERIGc per lb aPOULTRY Spring chickens 18cW to 20c hen lOc ducks Sc turkeys Sc lOc ducks Uc- WIIEAI No 2 92c No3 90c CORNNo 2 white 81c No 3 mixed 79c- OATSNow No 3 white 65c No 3 mixed 53HC RYENo 2 Northern 90c No 3 Northern 90c iC0111- sr grew tired ot life at Harrodtburg in lercer County and committed suI- cide on June 2Cth by taking parts green He was one of tho oldest men In Kentucky MILLION DOLLAR MORTGAGE Probably the biggest mortoge ever tiled In this section was placed on ocord In tho clerks office in Bar lout Ille when the Cumberland Com any executed a mortgage ot 3000 100 to the Standard Trust Company ot New York n000000 will be used In taking up old bonds while 2000 000 will be used in finishing up the Cumberland railroad Increasing the qulpment and extending branches The Cumberland is the longest railroad for coal carrying purposes In the tate CLEVELANDS DEATH SHOCK TO COUNTRY ExPresident Succumbs Unexpectedly Though He Had Long Been 111 Great Democrat Twice President of the United States Dies at His Home in Princeton Aged I SeventyOne YearsSketchof His Career from Poor Boy to the Highest Elective Office in the WorldFamous Venezuelan Message Princeton N J Grovcr Cleveland wktj president of the United States Mini suddenly Wednesday at his homo hers Mr Cleveland had been A nuffnrcr tram gout and diabetes for moro than two years Harly In 1906 ho was Urtrken with an attack of Indigestion she result of diabetes and for weeks ozeept1ignid Improvedhisden demise comes as a complete sue prUf A statement signed by Dr Joseph II Bryant Dr fJeorso It lockwood II1d Dr J M Catnocban explaining tho death of their patient was given out Mr Cleveland for many years has suffered froni repeated attacks of gas tral Intestinal origin Also he has a longstanding organic disease of the- heart and Kidneys and heart failure Complicated with pulmonary throm Jw li and oedema were the Immediate u4ei of his death- Clevelands Early Struggles Grover Cleveland was born at CAM well sox county N J March 18 117 te a country boy ho left home when 16 years of age charged not only with the necessity of making HU own way in the world but with the rp ponilbtllty of providing for his mother and sitters Ho fought the tattle sturdily and not only won but arhtovpd the highest honors that can attnr to aa American KM father was a Presbyterian mln latr Tile son was christened Slaph BO Grow In honor of Her StJlllle- nOmr who had preceded US v Mr riwvelnud IB the pastorate of tM lit U church at CaUwnll In evea the earnest cMWtxxxl of the boy Itowevcr tIN pasts omitted the name Stphra and addressed him always as Graver The son sways signed his nsmo ai Grover CtowtaadI- N IS41 Ute family removed to Pay MtrrliJ N Y They lived afterward At rilHtun and Holland Patent Grover white he atledexl school eon d In Ile spare tours as clerk In a country toro Ills f0wr died in 1851 JIll money H was fonwt had been uxpoadwt for 1h wIuontloD of his ohlldren It de volved upon Grover then 16 years of age to qualify as a contributing mom oar of his family Through his broths who was connected with tho New York Infttltution for the blind ho so ouriM appointment there as assistant teacher Attracted by Law Career Two yearn gave him enough of Caching lie was ambitious to bo lame a lawyer and to work in a field chat offered more advantages than could bo found In tho east The city of his choice was Cleveland Ohio Allot his spare earnings having been sent to hla mother ho required borrowed capital to get his start In tho world Th amount of this capital was f60 and tho friend who gave It to him a- sa IIn old man who had been a deacon In hla fathers church The lenders security was a note signed by the boy That It was sufficient was proved two years later when he received a remit ianm covering the amount of the loan with Interest Grover started In 1S55 for Cleveland by way of tho Erie canal Ho stopped over for a day at Buffalo to visit a rich undo Lewis F Allen The bitter prevailed upon the youthful pit grim to make his homo In Buffalo Ha provided Grover with six weeks work At 10 a week to assist In trio compile t tion of a herd book and secured for him n place in the offlce of a promin ent law firm Aa n law clerk ho re wlved 4 a week In 1859 Cleveland was admitted to the bar Ho remained In the service of the law firm as managing clerk In view of which dignity and honor his stipend was Increased to 10 a week On January 1 18C3 ho vial appoint ed assistant district attorney of Eric county Ho allowed himself tho bare necessities of llfo Every surplus dol lar won sent to his mother and sisters At Ihitt time he was drafted for serv ice In the union army Ho borrowed money and sent a substitute to the war Much was made of this fact In the political campaigns of later day Friends of Cleveland replied that his action was In accordance with the custom of those days when some members rf a family went to war while othori remained to care for the dependent ones Two of Clevelands brothers were in the army Entrance Into Politics- In 1865 Cleveland was nominated for district attorney He began tho prao rice of law He also maintained a keon Interest In politics lu 1166 he was chairman of the county committee Ho had few Intimate friends but was favored by a strung follow log of men attracted by his power of leadership In 1870 ho was elected sheriff and filled the offlco for three years Then he returned tg law Success was gained by bard faithful work He had never been accused of being brll liant but ho was thorough and gained by conscientious digging the victory that came to others by tocalled gen lust nUflfaloof 3GOO The candidates on tho llcpub llcan state ticket carried the city by 1600 After tho election Cleveland said In a letter to his brother that he proposed to stand In the relation of an employe to the people of the city Ills one aim would bo to render faithful service to his employer In carrying out this resolution he beoame known as tho veto mayor EXPRESIDENT CLEVELAND It was an honorable title Buffalo had Jon been In the of unscrupulous lOlttlclansIrule wholly to their Interest ns a settled Mayor Cleveland dis abused their minds Raids on tho treasury were blocked by Ms veto Officeholders were warned that their allegiance was duo the people Claims of friendship and thin pressure of pow erful Influence were without effect up on him Ills sturdy lights In the Inter est of his omploynr were widely pub lished and ntlnrcd attention through out the state Governor of New York 2o It happened that when the Pam ocrnts in 1882 cast about for n can didate for governor their eye natur ally turned toward Buffalo Grover Cleveland was placed at tho head of their ticket Ho was elected over Charles Folgcr then secretary of tho treasury by 200000 plurality Cleveland record as mayor and his overwhelming victory In tile election made him national figure There was widespread curiosity as to tho courso ho 01l1ct as governor lie gainednewclebrlty through his ve toes He refrained from discourses on public affairs and trasl no theory of government but he pave keen at I tention to the matters brought before him for action When theso seemed not to bo for the public good his die approval was expressed promptly and with tho plainest words in his vocab ulary From 12 to 14 hours a day were devoted to the Invostlgatfon of bills and reports submitted to him for ac I lion On July 11 1SS4 In Chicago he was nominated to oppose James O Blalne In tho campaign for the presidency A slender plurality In Now York state turned tho scale and he became the first Democratic president since the civil war Tho second time in his life that ho visited Washington was when ho went to the capital to take office as president Ills bearing on the stand erected for tho Inaugural re vealed Iris masterful character to tho experienced statesmen who sat around him Stretched before him wero more people than be hail over seen assem bled for any purpose They were en thusiastic but neither their demon strations nor thought of the grave re sponsibilities ho war about to assume affected htm In the slightest degree Ho was calm as any man thero has log nothing at stake When the time came to speak ho advanced to the bar firmly and coolly ns a lawyer In court Deliberately and in a strong volco he delivered his address of 8000 words and he chattered all precedents by giv- Ing It from memory Instead of from manuscript He declared for the Monroe doctrine economy protection of the Indians security of the freedmen and for civil service Famous Venezuelan Message Tho death of Mr Cleveland will recall to all the days when he was the most forceful figure Iq American public life Nothing which he ever did while Ares Ident attracted more attention than the famous message he sent to congress In December 1895 on the subject of Great Britains controversy with Venezuela over the boundary be tween the latter country and British Guiana The foundation for Mr Cleve lands message was the note of Secretary of State OIney to Lord Salisbury the British minister for foreIgn affairs That note was written during the con gressional recess three months before congress convened and before Mr 0it4 r it isruwnsasi at 41 v r r THE LATE GROVER I right J a Clevelands message was prepared Tho Olney now was drafted after a consultation between tho secretary of state und Mr Cleveland during the summer at Great Gables on Buzzards bay Mr Olney wont thero to confer with the president about tho Venezue Ian question The note was submitted to every member of the cabinet War Was Not Feared Mr Hilary A Herbert then secre tary of the treasury In Mr Clevelands cabinet lies said of tho Incident I remember that as tho note developed It almost took my breath away and I was Inclined to oppose Its presents tlon but before tho reading was fin ished I realized Its force and value and I heartily approved It Did you anticipate that war would result from tho message he was askedNo I did not think so because I did not think thero was enough In the controversy to cause a war between the two countries which were so closely allied In blood and business Ol courso such measures as could be taken with the means In hand to be prepared in case of trouble were taken by tho iravy department but there was neither time nor money nr oppor I tlons tunlty to tnnko any extensive prcpara ABSENCE OF POMP MARKS FUNERAL In Accordance with the Wishes of the Widow Final Ceremonies for ExPresident Cleveland Are of the Most Simple Description Prominent Men Present Among notable utterances of the late exPresident Cleveland the follow- Ing will be longest remembered Public office Is a public trust After an existence of nearly 20 years of almost Innocuous desue tude these laws are brought forth It Is a condition which confronts usnot a theory Party honesty Is party expe diencyIf wind Is In the south or west to much the better but lets go fishing wherever the wind may be Dcnt give your friend wild duck uncooked unless hit wife knows how to cook It the gift will be discredited In the eating The duckhunter Is born not madeI not have our people so ber but I would have them thoughtful and patriotic- I do not believe that nation any more than Individuals can vie late the rules of honesty and fair dealingTread lightly gentlemen for you have to do with temples of the Holy Ghost This to assembled physicians Princeton Tho funeral of Grover Cleveland was marked by extreme simplicity No pomp nor splendor had place In the ceremonies There were no bands to play dirges on the way to the old Princeton cemetery no military escort no eulogy by the officiating clergymen The half tulle of thoroughfare through which the cortege passed from Westland the Cleveland home on Bayard lane to tha cemetery was policed by mounted troops but they wore there for police duty and as a measure of precaution In protecting tho living president rather than for display In paying tribute to a departed chief executive Four clergymen officiated at the house and at the grave They read the burial service from the Presby terian look of Common Worship but offered no eulogy This simple but impressive service was conducted by Dr Henry Van Dyke of Princeton Rev Dr Williams R Richards pastor of tho Brick Presbyterian church of New York Rev Sylvester W Beach pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Princeton where the Cleveland family attended and Rev Maitland V Bartlett former pastor of the same churchThere worn no honorary pallbear ers Those who bore Mr Clevelands body to Its final resting place in tho Cleveland plot were Mayor George B McClellun Paul Morton Commodore K C Benedict Richard Watson Gil der of New York Prof Paul Van Dyko Dean Andrew F West Prof John G Hibben Junlus S Morgan a nephew of J Pierpont Morgan A D Russell Prof Howard McLcnahan and Bayard Stockton of Princeton The simple Presbyterian service was said at the grave the casket lowered Into the ground and one of the coun trys most distinguished citizens had become but a memory A silver plate on the casket bore tho inscription Grover Cleveland March 18 1837 June 24 190- 8President Roosevelt Goy Fort of New Jersey Gov Hughes of New York Gov Hoko Smith of Georgia members of President Clevelands cab- Inet and other notable citizens at tended the funeral After the ceremony the president left Princeton at once In hit private car Signet Mr Cleveland was burled here in tho family plot In tho old Princeton cemetery where under a little Ivy covered mound now lies the body of his eldest daughter Ruth who died hero at Westland In January 1904 It Is not far from the entrance to the cemetery on Witherspoon street less than a quarter of a mile from the uni varsity campus and adjoins a tiny chap el For many generations the presl domn of Princeton university bnye been burled In this cemetery lien too rests the body of Lawrence lint tlon and not far away stands the monument to the memory of the brit liant and erratic Aaron Burr TRIBUTE TO GREAT MAN President Roosevelts Proclamation Eulogizing Dead Statesman Oyster Buy N Yrows of the death of cxPrcaldont Grover Cleve land was communicated to President Roosevelt at his summer homo hero and caused radical changes in the presidents plans for the immediate future Mr Roosevelt was shocked at the tidings and telegraphed to Mrs Cleveland nt Princeton N J tendering his sympathy and that of Mrs Roosevelt Afterward announcement was made that President and Mrs Roosevelt 0 rib + lw Mr a r r would attend the funeral services ot PrincetonMr Immediately an nounced that he would abandon his proposed trip to New London Conn to witness the HarvardYale boat races He also Issued a proclamation to the country eulogizing the dead statesman ordering all government flags half mastod for 30 days and directing that military and naval hon ors be accorded the late president on the day of the funeral A beautiful floral wreath was or dared by the president to be sent In his name and that of Mrs Roosevelt to Irincetonto bo placed by the bier In accordance with custom Presl dent Roosevelt Issued a special proc lamatlon when advised of the death of the expresident The proclamation follows By the President of the United States- A Proclamation The White House June 81 1903 To the People of the United Stales Grover Cleveland president of Ux United Stales from 1885 to 1889 and again from 1S93 to 18J7 died at 840 oclock this morning at his home In Princeton N J In his death the nation has been deprived of one of its greatest citizens By pro fession a lawyer his chief service to hla country were rendered during a long varied and honorable career in public life As mayor of his city as governor of his state and twice as president he showed signal power as an administrator coupled with entire devotion to the country good and a courage that quailed before no hos tility when once he was convinced where his duty lay Since his retirement from the presidency he has continued well and faithfully to serve his countrymen by the simplicity dignity and uprightness of his plrate life In testimony of the respect In which Ids memory Is held by the government and people of the United States I do hereby dlrrct that the nag on the White love and the several departmental buildings be displayed at halfstaff for a period of 30 days and that suitable military and naval honors under the orders of the secretaries of war and of the navy bo rendered on the day of the funeral Done this twentyfourth day of June In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight and of the Independ ence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirtysecond THKODOUK IIOOSEVELT- Uy the president AIAKY A ADUK Acting Secretary of State Render All Official Honors Washington Appropriate honors ware paid to tho memory of ex President Cleveland by all branches of tho government Immediately upon the receipt af the presidents proclama ion formally announcing Mr Cleve lands death steps were taken to carry out the provisions of the executive proclamation All army posts and stations and all comnmnderslnchlef of fleets In the navy captains of detached ships and navy yards anti naval stations were ordered to fly the national colors at half staff for 30 days ALL JOIN IN TRIBUTE Testimony to the Character and Abil ity of Grover Cleveland Prominent men of all party affilia tons and leaders In their respective walks In life joined In tributes to tho worth of Grover Cleveland Among them were the following He was one of the really great men of the countryW H Taft He wax the best type of public servant and private VlcePresfdeht Fairbanks- No man realized more fully the Ideal of an Incorruptible public servant George B Cortelyou The country has lost a citizen whose wisdom courage and pat triotism were of the highest or der Admiral Dewey Hla place in history Is sure Nothing that can be written or withheld can add to or detract from his Imperishable fame Adlai E Stevenson Grover Cleveland was a typical product of American life blood and trainingJudson Harmon Grover Cleveland was too great a man to dismiss with a few wordsJohn G Carlisle One of the greatest presidents the United States has ever had Harry Pratt Judson president of the University of Chicago He was all that any one could beLambert Tree He had a way of gaining the re spect even of his enemies Judge Kenesaw M Landls He was ever Impelled by a con viction of what was right and having formed that conviction he was a rockJudge Peter 8 Grosscup When his history Is properly written he will be rated as one of the half dozen greatest presi dentsGov Johnson of Minne sotaMr Clevelands death ends the phenomenal career of one of the strongest characters In the politi cal world of the preterit genera tlonWlillam J Bryan f I I SAUL CHOSEN KINGISunday School Leison forJuly 121908 l Specially Prepared for ThU Paper LESSON TEXT 1 Samuel 1017T Memory Verse 24 GOLDEN TEXTUe that ruleth over men must bo lust ruling In the fear of Ood2 Sam 32T- tUImmfIlJlIleIY following the last lesson B C about 10M tosher COUNTRYSouthern Ephrnlm and Benjamin 1 Sam 94 91 Comment and Suggestive Thought- Dr Newman one of the subtlest and acutest of preachers after attempting three times to preach on Saul is compelled to confess that Sauls character continues to be obscure to him and he warns us that we must be exceed ingly cautious while considering Sauls so obscure character And yet the story Is a truer mirror of human na tureHis Native Pride He belonged to one of the smallest tribes at one time nearly extinct Judges 20 but situated I between the two greatest di visions Ephraim and Judah which facts removed all grounds of Jealousy Ills rejection by some oven after his election 1 Sam 1027 shows how great the danger was especially from Ephrlam or Judab the rival tribes His Personal Fitness Saul was a choice young man In the height of his ljThereIsrael a goodlier person than he from I his shoulders upward he was 1 than any of the people lie had afsplendid body and a stately gait andi the very sins of his soul had a certain lurid grandeur about them alsoAl exander Whyte Before the Invention of firearms personal strength was es sential In a leader as intieed It Is still among the Arabsint Grit Com We see the same need In some of our ra sports as for instance football Saul was every Inch a king Saul bad the natural characteristics I which made It possible for him to be a great and useful king He possessed selfrestraint he was master of him self the first essential He was mod oat not conceited He bad the milt tary instinct n capacity for generalship a shrewd mind patience that could wait the unflinching nerves the quick eagle eye the generosity to unworthy opponents which makes suc cess so graceful and Imperial com mand so easy to endureWllber force And he had that indescribable personal magnetism which made him a popular Idol He was specially prepared by the Influences of Gods spirit After Sam uel bad anointed Saul to the kingdom we come upon this very obscure ScrIp- ture And It was so that when Saul had turned his back to go from Samuel God gave Saul another heart and the Spirit of God came upon Saul and ho prophesied 1 Sam 1010 Ho was turned Into another man 1Sam 10G And he Immediately Joined himself to the religious guild of his people and had the out ward form at least of prophecy In its wilder and more ecstatic moods such as sometimes occurs now to certain temperaments In times of great ex citement The children of Dellal Belial Is 1 not a proper name It means worth lessness or wickedness Cheyne They were the rabble the wicked the base These treated Saul with con tempt as an inexperienced young man from the country untrained In both statesmanship and war He held his peace He was wise selfcontrolled and patient How to Treat Insults A young man who bad been badly insulted came to andbentsaid Father Graham an insult is like plug It will brush off much better when it is dry The young than waited had the very next day the In suiting person came to beg his for givenessThe After his victory over the Ammonites Sauls popular ity among the people was very great and Samuel saw that the time was ripe Cora hearty national confirma lion of the step taken at Mlzpeh by the national assembly The prophet therefore called the people together at Gllgal between Jericho and the JOr- dan This ancient center of the Hebrew religIon was the most suitable place for tho coronation of Saul and the ratification of the kingdom Thus Edward VII was crowned more than 3 a year after he became king Here the previously divided and un certain people with one voice con firmed tho now king in his authority and thjo New Era of the United King dom was begun He Btlll had the advice and counsel of Samuol He thus entered upon a career that might havo ended in un told usefulness and blessedness Won derful and beautiful possibilities were spread out before him like the promised land before Moses on Plsgah The morning of his kingdom rose al most cloudless Practical Point God calls all men to his service in much the same way as he called Saul There Is a secret call manifested lathe a nature and inherent fitness of the man There Jar also tho outward call of opportunity a vacant situation an Invitation from an employer what tile world calls a good chance Rut it is not chance though it seems so it is all of Gods ordering a There will come a time to everyone wdo is prepared when he can prove to the world what he Is fitted to do There lie In everyone of us almost Infinite possibilities 1 ritr m cerrtfiotatttsStitFesctitnlr vsaeftu ls tetAOil+ c I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else f 0aooonupoD4tllct pabu ht4 anltn dried le fan by ttt writer Tae namejIt not for fiMidttoi but as M evtdenee of jao4 Ulth Wets plalalyo iooooooooO fet ltl0 GARRARD COUNTY FAINT LICK Paint Lick June 2SThe infant child of Mr and Mrs John Smith Illness died last wee after a lingering and was burled at the Cartersvllle cemetery We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved parents May Stowe of Berea Is visiting her brother Lonnie this weekMrs Susie Stowe was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Stowe Saturday and Sunday Oscar Gabbards baby was very sick last week but Is betterThere will be an ice cream supper at the Wal laceton Baptist church Saturday night July 4 All welcome ESTILL COUNTY LOC nimArtCIJ Locust Branch June 29A letter from Mr Curtis Gentry of Pond that they have had Creek Okla says an unusual amount of rain there and gardens are drown and that corn the streets in Jeffer ed Also that son were deep enough in water to day last week swim a horse one Oklahoma has been noted tor a dry climate up to this tlmeRay and Erby Bicknell attended Sunday school at Kncb Lick Sunday evening Mr Sherman Land of Cow Creek was visiting his brother Dr A J Land weekMlss Bes of this Place last sie Bicknell who has been visiting at Cow Creek is home again Mrs Dr Land visited relatives at Richmond last weekMiss Rhoda Land expects to leave for her home at Willow Tree Tuesday where she will spend a few days before she begins teach ing Ellas Barker and wife visited Mr and Mrs Jeff Durbin last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Barker Is In poor health and Is vacating now while Ray Bicknell drives his teamJ W Bicknell Is quite sick at this writing Farmers In this section would like to see it rain before they quit plow Ing cornH G Bicknell will be the market at Richmond Monday wit some catUeJudge Jas P Adams i received the nomination for Circuit Judge of this Circuit FOX Fox June 29A J Christopher and family F C Click and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs G W Powell Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Shearer of Ford Ky visited Mrs Shearers parents Mr and Mrs N E Curtis Saturday and Sunday A number of people from Fox attend ed meeting on Spied Hill yesterday Alfred Johnson attended preaching at Cedar Grove near Irvine on the 2- 1InstJ A Johnson is on the sick list at present Mrs Anne Click and son Glendon visited Mrs Sallie Mo berly Sunday Turner Kelly went to Jackson County Friday on business i Andy Alexander Is having fine suc suppliessfish Curt Richardson of Drownvllle was In our midst last Tuesday look Ing for cattle Prices of cattle range from 3 to 4 cents per lb hereDr- R B Combs and a Mrs Robinson of College Hill were married recently It Is reported that John M McDowell and Miss Treby Wood are to get married tomorrow Mr McDowell lives near Witt Springs Jas Roland of this place and the widow Eldridge of Witt Springs are to be married here at Bethel church next Saturday night Robt Christopher of Iron Mt was in our town Sunday Christopher Is an applicant for the Alexander school near here The primary elec tion held on the 20th inst to nomin ate a Circuit Judge to fill out the un expired term of the late Judge Robt Riddle resulted In a victory for Jas Adams of Bealtyvllle Mr Adams was appointed by Governor WHlson to SErve as Judge till an election ofBeattyville CurtisttPnded= na xi on the 21st t- tNWStEy caumrrT- JXCMT a Vlacent June 27Farmers areip4 vlth their work and a good rain te n i Sk AO o 0 oo O 0 etetOteO Ot9 the general cy at present T B Venable and J B Scott have Just re turned from a trip In Jackson County where they have been canvassing for Minkter Day and wife of Blake are the guests of T B Venable The teachers institute in Owsley will begin July CthIr Ison Botncr was the guest of George Bother Thursday W H Venable and wife were In Beattyvllle on business Circuit Court has been in session for the past two weeks and a good number of cases have bee disposed ofoats in general are a failure thruout our countyChurch a Needmore Sunday evening at 4 p m and at night at S p m preaching by the Rev Dan Brown Sunday school at Vincent is progressing nicely with Miss Rebecca Malnous as Superin tondentAndy Venable and wife were the guests of J B Scott Thursday night ISLAM CITY Island City June 2GW G Alleen Owsley Countys sheriff was on Island Creek this week summoning boys be fore the grand Juryv Mcses Matthews of Blake sold his entire crop and has gone to Clay County Marshal Mays captured three large moonshine kettle on Anglon one day last week Mar garet McGeorge who recently moved to Blake was visiting old friends on Island Creek this week all are glad to see Aunt Margaret Henry Banks and Miss Mattle Shelton were mar ried Thursday The best wishes of their friends co with them nL1n Blake June 26The farmers of this neighborhood are taking advantage of the tine weather and all are getting along nicely with their cropsNewt- on Hudson will leave for Heldleburg today where he expects to meet his many friends Margaret McGeorge made a business trip to Island City Drummer Matthews of this place has gone to Corbin on business Theo himhfor the last few days canvassing Bro Emory Peters filled his appoint ment at Blake SundayJ G Gentry of Island City has been here the last few days working In the Interest of the St John Gas Co Daniel Boone Moore has some nice sheep for sale PoII Frye was here a few days on butlness David Hill represent- Ing the Freeman Portrait Co will leave for West Baden Indiana In a few days for his health Curtls Burch Is still In the poultry business Andy Thomas is contemplating going fox hunting soon W J Blake our blacksmith la Improving nicely Bro Isaac Carmack is at Boonevllle this MargaretMcGeorge Boonevllle returning the same day BREATHITT COUNTY ATIIOL herehaveCalvin Miller who shot himself thru Improving at Juypatch every Sunday morning and at Athol Sunday evening Clay born Wilson who has been in Wiscon sin for some time has recently returned home Judge Adams who ran agalhit Z T Gaurley for Circuit Judge receiv ed a majority of votes In the Juy patch Precinct CLAY COUNTY TINK Vine June 22Mrs Nancy Hays has typhoid fever AU hope she will soon recover Mocos Matthews has moved from Island Creek Owsley Co to Clay Co to his daughters home He will work In the stave woods Mr Henry Ferguson has purchased a fine farm In Maulden from John Hal comb for 600John Barnett is sick Everybody was sorry also surprised to hear of the death of Mr Zack Est rIdgE last week He leaves a wife seven children end a number of grandchildrenSEXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek June 26 Sunday school at Spivey is progressing nice lyBoggs and Mays are in our count iM tl Main afipaidng Sundnr sahaolg They orgaBlwd at fifeCr School Mute Sunday at 330 p mteYYs FHfcU who leis been In Cincinnati for the meet few months returned home re tenthMr J A Hunter of this place Is conducting a singing school at Can nons ohapeJO W and W II Hunter and wires attended the Masonic March at High Knob Lodge the 24th Jesse Saylor returned from Boone vllle Wednesday He has been serv lug as jurymanMrs Robert Noe died Monday the 22d Sho leaves two small children MlsseiJ Martha and Allle Glenn attended the show at Greenball Thursday of last week They reported a fine time JACKSON COUNTY MILDUHI Mildred Juno 25Mr c G Steele of London Is in our midst on business We were all glad to welcome Robert Welch among us oncemore He bas served three years in the U S Army Several people of this place attended the big Masonic March at High Knob Wednesday All report a nice time The lion James Moore is among friends for a few days and then be expects to go to Richmond on busi ness Miss Margaret Jones has the measles Mr James Tcwles is on the sick list this week Miss Lillian Mor ris Is visiting her grandmother this week The Steele Stave firm is expected to close out work till about the 7th of August Messrs Green Jones James Morgan and L Moore are hauling staves this week for the Steele Stave firm James Dunlgan Is planning to go back to Bowling Green Ky to finish his course In telegraphy soonMr Green Hellard the photographer Is having fine success In the picture business =Thomas Dunlgan is on the sick list with stomach trouble UVELET Hurey June 24Mrs Carllsta Isa acs Catherine Isaacs and Nannie Gab bard visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss June An gel of near Mlddlefork visited at Mr B H Coles from Saturday till Mon dayMr and Mrs Wm Hurley en tertained quite a crowd of friends Sun day Miss Mary Carpenter was fhot very badly while playing with a gun Her recovery Is thought to be doubt ful Farmers are very busy Most everybody has new potatoes and beans to eat Mrs Pearlle Gabbard is still very poorly Mr and Mrs John Gab bard Mr David Gabbard and Mrs Louise Gabbard were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Seals Friday night NATIIAHTO- NNathnnton June 27Mr Carter Davis is wearing a broad smile now It Is a girl Misses Martha and Lillle Blngham Cora ond Ethel Davis visited friends on Moores Branch Saturday Misses Lou and Bttha Holcomb attend ed the quarterly meeting at Blnghamr chapel SundayMrs Lizzie Moore Is on the sick list at this writing Miss Lottie Davis has purchased her a saddle mare for tOOMiss Lillie Bingham Misses Lottie and Ethel Dav 14 attended Clarks show at Greenhall and reported a fine time Misses Mary and Deraa Matthews visited J G BlnpbanVs last Sunday Miss Ellen Smith Is making her home with Mrs Lizzie Moore this summer Miss Mar tha Bingham visited her uncle at Ethe Sunday Mr J B Spence of Sturgeon passed thru here on his way to Peoples last week ABBOT Parrot June 9Johu Lear made a business call here and while here employed Wm Cunasln to sell spool thread for MIllMrs Lucinda Huui1 ey is very low with what is suppobcft to be consumption Wm Wyatt Is rely sick at this writing Miss Man da Wilsoi ta going to spend the rest of the summer with her sister Mrs Susie Hellard The Staging school here conducted by Geo Langdon is progressing nicely Rov Wiley Baker atttended church at Friendship Su- ndayA number of people of this plac attended church at Mt Zion Sunday Phee Hellard who is now In Powell County selling hats gloves and over alls says that he Is having good suc cess Most of the people here will get done layingby corn this week J H Hundley has bought two fine mules from H R Dyche Tie and tan bark hauling is beginning to open up here again Andy Tincher who has been sick with typhoid fever is up and going again Ell Summers of FrigdayBwas here shopping TbursdayBert- a j McDowr1I Iaad a trip to Haat Itorn urit Saturday Mr Bhifonl Des and Mrs Mary J Maker of this place are visiting relatives In Hamilton 0 Corn crops are looking well but oat crops are a complete fallureJer ome Hellurd has Just got In a large supply of school books TYNKI- lTyner June 25iMiss Lucy Moore of Maulden Is visiting her brother of this placeMr M F Goodman went to Malcomb last Tuesday on business A number from this place went to High Knob to a Mason March Wednesday and had a nice ttmoMr and Mrs Jacob Miller visited their daughter Mrs Harvey Hall Wednes dayMrs Haley Goodman has been on the sick list for the last week but is better at present Mr and Mrs S D Rice of Gray Hawk visited Mr Rices mother Saturday and Sunday Mr W R Rader visited his sister Mattle Moore Sunday night Miss Lucy Judd of Gray Hawk spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss Mary RlceIr and Mrs Will Goodman and Mr and Mrs John Moore visited Mr Jack Moore and wife Saturday night and Sunday Singing is pro gressing nicely at TynerDelbert the little son ot It B Reynolds Is suffer ing very badly with one of his feet MiutnKFonu- Mlddlefork June 29Mrs Edna The sey attended church at Letter Box SundayThere will be a Sunday school organized at the new school house on Indian Creek the second Sunday In JulyMr P Carpenter and wife of Wllliamiburg are visiting relatives at this plre this week Ollle and Dolle Angel were the welcome guests of Rebecca and Pearllo Wilson Sundayoat crops have made a fail ure In this community Old Aunt Lavlna Faubus aged 92 years has beer r ailing for soma tlmo4 There was quite a large crowd at J W An gels home Sunday The Rev Tom aubus will preach near the mouth of Panther Branch under the shade trIos the second Sunday In August OIIN Olin June SCorn crops are look Ing fairly well but oats are a failure in this partEverybody is taking advantage of the pretty weather and are putting in good time killing weeds There was a lot of folks went to old Uncle Alfred Johnsons Sunday evening to hear the talking machine Mr and Mrs Cornell Stewart returned from Owsloy County today where they have been visiting re latives Mr Levi Morris and his sis ter Beatrice visited thslr grandmother at Mildred Saturday night and Sunday and reported a good time Regular church meeting time at Blooming Grove next Saturday and Sunday all come that canChurch at this place today by the Rev Jas Creech and J S Morrc Miss Maggie Bowling cf Terrel Creek was tho guest ot Mlis Etta Medlock last Saturday night Several of the boys from this part attended the Mason March at High Knob last Wednesday Mr Elias Simpson of East Bernirtadt visited his parents Mr and Mrs Bailey Simpson of this place Saturday night and Sunday MOOHKR CREEK Moores Creek Juno 29Mr and Mr G C Purkey of this place visited relatives on Pond Creek Sunday Levi and Harrison Edwards of this place are visiting friends and relatives I at Mt Vernon Mr Ellsha Peters and son of this place visited relatives near Tyner The farmers of this viol I nity are getting along very nicely I Athol Eo on Happjrtop R A T Neal Anna W Jones Evergreen N with theft orlfpalhlro was a largo at Stringtown Juno 24 and they had a good dinner Mr and Mrs Sexton of this place visited relatives Saturday and Sunday near Morahont Cross roads Oscar Johnston of was a visitor at Hiram John sons Sunday Can you guoss why Mr Charlie Medlock cf was at Pigeon Sunday Miss Maths Denham and brother Cyrus were at Pigeon Roost Jno Puricey of Whitley hs bacon visiting homo folks ot this place Thoro Is considerable stave hauling at present Mr Rob Johnston Is visiting relatives at Lawroncoburg Mr Wesley Davis of this place has been visiting friends and relatives In Whltley Mr Fred Prlco of Hamilton 0 Is visiting home folks Mr J 0 Riley disap pointed the Green 11111 school Inst Sunday as ho was attending court at Boonevllle Owslcy County WHITLEY COUNTY CORIIIN Corbln June STJe farmers say Itho dry weather Is hurting their crops badly Dullness Is getting better In our city Times have been hard for the past five months R H Sutton has almost gotten his new store house completed and for business Mary Likes and Lizzie Wyrlck and Dunagan went to the country and had a fine time Sun day Dunagan while after a young fell and hurt his left hand very baltlyG W Webb ot our city has been visiting the camp Jt Cincinnati returned Sunday and are having n fine meeting and good attendance Mr C II Parsons has got the contract of building twentyfive chimneys and flues at Grayson KyAirs 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