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IIDEREA s tNaiprtotisrrosATKDJ o STANLEY FROST MaNatet o- lored 1M otowit selooo oOI NEWS Of THE WEEK SixIHundred PrlhClvelands Will FlledKllled for TunNew Star In Flat Uncle Remus Dead SIX PmSllAbout six hundred lives were lost cu Javan ese Islands by some overloaded boats being overturned In a swim The the great disaster was Itbrought to Victoria B C by the Em press China Many large over crowded boats were overturned and the shrieking passengers struggled with the waters with no chanco of rescue Finally n number of fishermen saved thirty and about six hun dred wore lost Some of the six i hundred were devoured or tmdly mut ilated by Ibnrkl- rrFVELANDI WILL FILED The will of Bfpr Wi nt Grover Clove 101 but Men tied with the Snrrogate of Mercer County w Jeray and w tli be probated within UB days The amount of the ettale could not W lnwd hut If Is staled insist that r was hirgr than hitherto cappowd and wrUld prorld eomfo taMy for- M ftov land and the children Mr Ovrland drew u will him If and arranged that the bulk of h i r petty should MA to hit widow KILLED 1OR FUNThe Pounh- t TntrfijSWrh le 1ratll in other vutt of die country wltb more foul Ms nets than around here caused the I ih of flftyU popl and Injur to 111 The tore tou was a n ner of a million There figures ijlv Alt the acvMMte np to Site ilv and do net include those who iin have fln e died from their In ni or whose CMOS had not bees sorted to the neweptfer at that fmf There will be deaths from l Ilk Jaw caused by powder bursa for a vunple of weeks The total number killed for the celebration will probe niiy b over a hundred NEW STAR IX FLAG Begin ning with July 4 the elan which rp It M nis Oklahoma took Its place m the national nag Until that time the ass state was not represented on the Stars and Stripes The new arrangement of the stars is as fol low Top row eight stars second In third and fourth eight each fifth seven and bottom olgbL HELPED MAUB lTATEThere hm Jut died at Delaware 0 James- WilaoO who was ate of the nine men who started the movement that made the Western counties of Virgin ia carted from the stale when it K r rdfd from the Union INCU RBMU DEAD Joel i ha dlt Harrto faalVirUr known aa fuel RmuH died at Ms home In Atlantis Georgia July 3 He va fniiou Sot his stories In negro dial K t about anlnal and Colored people and will long remain one of the favorite authors for little people KKVOLUTION IN IARACVAY A rv iutionarv uprising In I arag ay which threatened the downfall of the government has practically succeeded Tht old regime has been overthrown and a new government has been Ie taMUhtd Fierce bottles were fought In Asuncion and about MOO people are reported to have been killed I Railroad employees stopped work armed themselves and Joined In bat tle The revolutionists have appoint ed n president vicepresident and Minister of Interior and War Mans of the members of the old government have Heel among the Foreign Legations It If believed that pence will follow shortly ANOTHER ROOSEVELT ACCI DENT Kermlt Roosevelt was thrown i from a horse while at the annual equestrian sports in the Gcnesee Vale ley N Y His escape without seri ous injury Is just the Roosevelt luok President is frequently being tumb led ty a horse but never gets hurt- S BODIES RECOVERED An of flcal statement shows that MS bodies have been recovered from tho Rlkovsky coal mine at Yuebvo Rus sill where a gas explosion ocoureil several days ago Nineteen of the Injured nren are in hospitals Eight miners escape i ANOTHER LONG CRUISE Mon day was the last day In the San Fran Cisco harbor for the Atlantic battle ship fleet The sixteen great fight ing machines of Uncle Sam fell In line and when the signal Make Sail was given they left tho shore for an other trip around the world VETKRAN EDITOR DIES Murat Halstend one of tho leading newspaper editors died at his home In Cincinnati Continual n 1ourlh rift r v I t THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IVolfUN IN DENVER Democrats Meet Bryan In Full Con trol tho Guffey Calls Him a Liar Other Political News As we go to press the Democrats of the country ore gathering at Don ver for their National Convention While It is never possible to tell In advance just what will be the out come of such a gathering It is worth while to look over the ground and see what in likely to happen In the first place the same fight between rich corporations and poor men that stirred up the Republican party has been going on among the Democrats and will hue to be fought out at Denver Bryan of course heads the radical wing while the Eastern D rnoernU are representing tke iMrrotu of the corporations It is as certain M anything can be that Bryan will win the nomination but the quMUod of the platform still baa atronItreat danger that the antlinjuumlon plAnk whleh Bryan wants to catch the labor vote will be left out aid that there will not be rach strong UeUratlooi wIhII out of race tho that doM not stem likely- BatI there will be a right enoughIl l ball t If he in in the rata at that time Also he will probably be able to male the plat form what he wants rod If that happens he wll almost surely bP heatem In November for Ilht rrh mn of the parrr are tired him and will do all they can to I heat him Alto W R H artt who has sr at influence among the labor I lag men Is willing to do everything he can to Mat Bryan url while he Is not making any trouble about the nomination he wtlt br heard from before ieetlon So ajao will Pat Me Catren who Is totally chosen Demo cratic leader tor the MIr f7 or Brook lyn Kew York and then wu thrown out by the New York time organ I tatloa because ho would not take ord srs from Tammany Hall Between Hearst and McCarren there will U no chance for Bryan In Nw York State and every body knows that ho cannot hope to win without the New York vote A lot of tho Democratic leaders know this but they do not tare and are working for Bryans nomination They are tired of Bryan and hep he will be burled to doep that be will never trawl out They sre already looking to four yrs ahead and think if Ryan la beaten ao hinny that ha stays at homo treat i the next convention they will have a chance of winning with some other fellow The are tile tame men that got Parker nominated and to i badlr beaten In lM an Bryan does not rare much what they do The j wool trouble It that the different parts of the Democratic party are more badly split up than is the caw la Uw Republican party cam win without the other NeitherI will not pull together In conentiODIWII and let him get badly beaten Tills time the Bryan men arc in control and the others will allow the party to be defeated Bryan will take revenge on Parker this time It Is said It Is reported that ho plans to have him refused any recognition in the convention BO that ho will be no more important than any other delegate Parker has a gun up his sleeve for- Ctioatr n Fourth ef1 MR STEPHENS NEW CASHIER The directors rBerea Bank and Trust Co hold a meeting Wednes day afternoon and elected Mr J W Stephen cashier to fill the place f- Ir W II Porter who resigned Juno 1 but has been filling the duties of the office until his successor could bo oho8 i It Is expected that Mr Ste phens will take up hla new office at once He is being warmly congrat ulated by his many friends ou being chosen for the office for whlo thoro were n number of applicants The directors of the flank are sorry to announce that Mr Frank Liven good who has for come years been a most efficient and expert account ant has resigned to take effect August 1 Ills place baa not yet boen filled Mr Livengood will teach com mercial branches for tie college next year t HOW DO WE USE OUR LIBERTY During the campaign that is opening we will hear n good deal of oratory about this being n free country and eo on It in a free country and it is a great thing that it is but thorn important yet to each of us is the question of how free we are Freedom does us no good unless we can use it If a bird has its wings clipped it does not do it any good to be turned out of its cageit cannot use its freedom- It is useless to tell a man with his legs cut off that he is free to walkhe has his liberty it is true but that is only half the question He cannot use it And it is so about our government We have our liberty but do we use it P We have the right to choose officials and decide all the important questions of government but do we do it Y Hare our brains grown large enough to think out the questions of government and do we take the trouble to find out the facts so we can decide for ourselves or do we let someone else decide for usP If we let a friend decide for us or if wo follow a party without knowing whether it is going in the right way or not or if we sell our vote either for cash or the hope of ofliculf we do any of those things we let someone else use our share of liberty Some men sell their liberty for n live dollar bill some give it to a friend they like some pnss it over to a political party and let it decide for them about all governmental ques tions none of tlutee men has any real liberty left He has to obey laws he did not help to make and be governed by mon he did not help to choose lIe is not nuy more useful as a citizen than his horse which cannot talc at all He is in A free country but floes not use his freedomIt takes a good dual of work to use freedom Freedom is worth a great deal to us and nothing good comes for nothing We must work if we are to bo freeeternal vigilance is only one of the neces nary things Wj must know what is going on and know about the men that are going to run for office und about the questions that are to be decided at the election We must think the questions thru anti talk thorn over with our friends nnd decide for ourselves whnt is tho right way to vole When we do that wo use our freedom rortiiuntely hero are R rnnnyCr men in this country and wore than a fair share oflliem in the mountains Aud there are getting to be more of them lint still there are not enough to make the government what it ought to Iwaml most of our troubles come when though people 11or foolishly waste or give away their free dom so that some triMle or the boss that repres uUt the trusts eon noisiest suit elect turn that the people would not choose who will pM lews that tho people do not want The question in are we all of us wring our liberty or are wo Ittiagsome one else use it for UB POLITICAL NOTES Wright Takes up Office May Carry VlrglnlaWill Second Nomination Johnson Defeated WRIGHT TAKES UP OFFICE Gen Lake B Wright of Tenneeeee the new Bteratanr of War was swotls- to July first The oath was admini stered by John Randolph older of the records division of the War Depart meat Mr Wrights experience In military affair and dealings with our territories make him an experienced secretary right at the start MAY CARRY VIRGINIA Con greeaoian Slemp of Vliglnhi Is of the opinion that that state may go for Taft this falL The question is simply whether the people vote tort be map they prefer or stay with Bryan because heMs the regular nominee WILl NOMINATIONS Representative Ollle M James of Pint District In Kentucky will make the speech seconding the nomination of W J Bryan for president Mr James Is regarded as one of tho best political orators In America Ho mad himself known In the Congressional Hall the first terns he was there JOHNSON DEFEATED Tom John his efforts to be reelected to the Nat in control of the Democratic party In Ohio for years has been defeated In his efforts to be reelected to the Tat tonal Commlttte HOT WEATHER DONTS Dont loan tho baby with superfluous clothing Dont drink alcoholic liquors Dont neglect to bathe often Dont eat too much Dont scold tho children Dont linger in the sun Dont lose your temper Dont wear a felt hat Dont wear a vest Dont worry Dont hurry a I like to see July comp when tho bell rings for fried chicken good things from the garden and best of till early apples How goad tho tint apples ot the season look and tnsiel It you are rheumatic eat apples every day tall summer long This fruit Is better to clear this trouble from the system than the patent medicines W Men are seldom more innocently employed than when they are hon estly making tmoney Samuel Joifn c son fW1tr i t tfi j r IN OURSTATELigh- tning Kills Cattle Refutes to Make Dying Statement Caleb Pow ers to Lecture Killed with Ball Bat LIGHTNING KILLS CATTLE Wlwl and lightning caused much dam ace fn and around Mt Sterling last Thursday night Irtes and one barn were blown down and cattle were killed by lightning There was a general storm raging thruout the central pert of tho State Tho wind Mew down a number of trees at Ash land the home of Hoary Clay and demolished two barns A number of Sterlingbut STATBJIEVTWU Vat shot with n shot gun In the hand JudgePensihitonStatement but the dying man refused to slake a statement The brothers fell out over tho dlvt alon of some property the father had left them and they met on Sunday moraine and fought Hen MeFarland Is In Jail wounded and the doctors say he will die Both are formers about eight miles1 from London CALEB POWERS Caleb Powers recently pardoned by Coy Wlllson is with Frn Elbert Hubbards Roycroft ers in Buffalo X Y About two hun dred Celebrities from all parts of the cojntry are attending the Phil istine Convention Powers Is consl dered a CeJnhrlty of the first rank lie denies that ho sought the Roycroft as a retreat but Bays he wants to get in touch with the lecture world Mr rowers Is working on a lecture of his experience of prison life in Kentuokyj KILLED WITH BALL DAT While attending a baseball game at Perryvllle Boyle County July 4tv a difficulty arose between Thomas and Samuel Wheat brothers and Rolla Davis One of the Wheat boys lit Davis on the head with u baseball bat and crushed his skull he was carried away unconscious and tiled that night at nine oclock The Wheat boys have been placed under arrest A DRUNKEN FIGHT Four Sien were injured In a drunken fight near Clay City on board tho Lexington and Eastern train July 4 The men were Gardner Nelson Floyd Horton tIll lard Dennis and CB Cambon Nelson said something about Hortone boy and Horton started toward Nelson with a beer bottle and Nelson drew his gun and shot Horton twice then llor tons son attacked Njjfion with a knife and cut him four times Den Illa passenger was slot in the neck all three are seriously wounded but Continued on rate Four ltrht k fJFOYeur Business eeb- s1IaIoOmeaoUOeOMOOMOoeonote andkCo HELPFUL CONSERVATISM r 1 This may sound conflicting but reality it precisely tthe fact that this Banks counsel IS conservative that it I t truly helpful 4depositors4Isafeguard the borrower adding the Banks caution his hisfinancial 1i i t CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus 1000000 d tDIRECTORS i f J W Dinsmore t J J Moore J W Herndon ET Fish Porter Chas Burdette F Dean t4 YIR CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4 + fi+ wlN SLUMP IN WHISKEY Showing Decrease in Production Tb internal revenue reports en the production whisky show a lump that is claimed to be miparal leilcd In the history the liquor in tiMs of the country Eighty per Ottt of the standard whiskies the country comes from Kentucky Penn sylvania and Maryland The AntiSB loon leagues are joyful over their Meaning success and are looking for ward the time when there will be a complete revolution the whis ky world The south It leading the great temperance movement and is very Interesting Kentucklans to know that their State which Is so deeply interested In whisky Is lending the list of tho decrease whisky pro duction The five months beginning with October 1907 and ending with February 1QOS shows an average decrease production Kentucky of- ss per cent For the same length UmE Pennsylvania shows average decrease of 25 per cent nod Maryland shows decrease K or cent The total number of pnP tons wade Kentucky beginning with October 100C ending FebraT I tt Idly Let f U Using f t ca Berea I Bank t Trust i f BEREA KY Ir J I in is t is t to to J r j t 1 i t t H I ii- C + e a w e of of in to In In It to of of In of an a of in a 1907 was 1M2G430 while the total number made in the same length of Unlit 1M7 and 1808 was 5175136 a tdMTMuro of 1001294 gallons The panic that struck the country last September and October checked the operation of Slstfllsrles to some ex tent but there Is no doubt that the temperance wave has led distillers to curtail production And if tho tEm perance spirit keeps up the wildest desire of the most ardent antlfailoon man will become possible MY MOTHERS GRAVE Is the title of a new song arranged for the piano and organ with words by James W Leath and music by A Rlcordo of Chicago There Is n sacred spot of earth Bright scene by heart holds ever dear Where dreams of hops as from mr birthITn vla ns hover oer me here I Chorus 1trfht are visions memry brings Oer the dreary waste of life Brighter yet from hope there springs Joy beyond this world of strife Price 60 cents For sale by The Porter Drug Co and also by the au thor at Hyden Leslie County Ky II i RESOLVED mAT YOU DONT HAVE TO HUNT QARGAINsEVERYTHINGIS ARCAIKI IN OURjST0REa- USTER1BRoWN truwrNir a aa aoM to iawHVNTIN6 waR6PHS WE NEVER PUT SHODDY STUFF INTO OUR STORE THEREFORE WE NEVER HAVE SHoD DY STUFF QUALITY IJ THE FIRST THING PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW IJ GOOD WHEN THEY BUY AN ARTICLE YOU WILL BE SURE To GET GOOD QUALITY IF YoU BUY rRoM UJ COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More I f i SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In antry from Fort Bethune trapped by ndlanj In a narrow gorse Among then U a atranser who Introduces himself by tho name of Hampton also CJIIIU the pout trader and bU daughter GIHIs and a majority of the soldiers are killed dur Jrtf a three days alece Hampton and llto irfrl Aoljr eacapa from the Indians They fall x1tauted on the plain A company tof the Seventh cavalry lUeut Ilrant In command find them Hampton nml the gitl atop at the Miners Homo In Qlenmld Mrs flurry proprietress Hamp ton talks the future over with Gil the Kid She shows him her mothers picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decIde phe shall live with Mrs Herndon Nalda- tbe KMriins away from Mra HerndonV and Hampton He Induces her to gn b3Ckand nothing more to do with him Hampton plays his last game of carda Ho announces to Red Slavlr that he has quit and then leaves Glen itItL Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In Olenrald to teach Its first school MIa Spencer meets Naida Rev Wynkoop etc Bhe hoards at Mrs Herndons Nttld nod Lieut Brant again meet with out his knowing who she is She Informs lm of the comlnc Bachelor club ball In boner of MUte Spencer Ueut Drant rncvtn Silent Murphy Ousters scout lie reports trouble brewing among the Sioux 8dM difficulties arise at the Hachcloi rlubi ball nmonc the admirers of MIss Spencer Lieut Drant meets Miss Spencer but she Is nc4 his acquaintance of the lay before She tells him of Nalda and he accidentally meets her again as he Is to ballroom with a tan for Iai Spencer Brant accompanies Nald home fromn the dance On the way she Informs him as to who she Is and that phe Is to meet Hampton Brant and meet Hampton Informs the lieutenant that his attentions to Nalda must cease and proclaims an authority pver Her that Justifies the statement runt tflls Hamilton ofthe presence of Silent and the fact that Red fUavln receives government messages for him iMlss8pencer called on Bob Hampton Tells him of a redfared stranger It1Wk her for Naida Drant Inter views Red eiavln CHAPTER XIXcontlnued I suspected as much Hampton went on coolly Indeed I should have foil hurt had you been indiffer enl upon such an occasion It does credit to your heart Slavin Como now keep your eyes on me I was about to gratify your curiosity and In the first place I came to inquire soil c itously regarding the state of your health during my absence and fuel dentally to ask why you are exhibit log so great an Interest In Miss Naida Gulls Slarln straightened up his great hands clinching nervously drops of perspiration appearing on his red for head I dont understand your damn- edfunHamptons lips smiled unpleasantly Slavin you greatly dlscourago me The last time I was hero you exhibit Cd RO flue a sense of humor that I was really quite proud of you Yet truly I think you do understand this Joke Your memory can scarcely be falling at yoiii age Mako another motion like that and you die right there You know me However as you seem to ahy over my first question Ill honor you with a second Wheres Silent MurphyYou devlll Slavin roared what Ao you mean T With revolver hand resting on the rtablc tho muzzle pointing at the gi ants heart Hampton leaned forward fUtterlyrremorseless now and keen as an Indian on the trail Do you know who I am t Tho horror In Slavlnd ayes had chauccd to sullenness but he nodded silently tiIow do you know was no reply although the thick Ups appeared to move Answer me you red sneak Do 700 think I am here to be played with Answer Btvln gulped down something wfaich seemed threatening to choke him but ho durst not lift a hand to wipe llio sweat from his face If 1C I didnt have this beard on you might guess I thought you knew me all the time- Hampton stared at him still puz zledl have certainly seen you some where I thought that from the first Where was it I was In D Troop Seventh cav alryD TroopT Brants troop Tho big gambler nodded Thats hoW I know you Captain ho said speaking with greater ease but I never bad no reason to say anything about It round here You wis alles decent nough tcr in- cPosslblyand it was plainly ovl dent from Jila quiet tone Hampton had steadied from his first surprlsethe boot was on the other leg and you had some good reason not to say any thing Slavin did not answer but he wet his lips with his tongue his eyes on the window Who Is the fellow Murphy lie was corporal In that same troop sir The facavalryman drop pod Insensibly into his old form of npccch lIe knew you too und we talked it over and decided to keep itIhi because It was none of our affair anyhow Where Is he now Ho left last night with army dls patched for Cheyenne Hamptons eyes hardened percepU blT nnd his fingers closed more tig- htloutbebtittcfits r rJYOII 2Je6IalnITM lalltlwtasasodld not I reach here until this morning That fellow is hiding Homewhcre in this camp and the two of you have ben trying to get at the girl Now damn you what Is your little game The big gambler was thinking hard er then perhaps than he had ever thought In his life before lie knew Hampton would kill him If he needed to do so but he likewise realized that ho was not likely to fire until ho had gained tho information he was seek- Ing It ho only knew how much Infor matlon the other possessed it would be easy enough As he did not ho must wield his weapon blindly Youre makin a devil of a fuss over little or nothln he growled simulating a tone of disgust I aint never bed no quarrel with ye except In fer the way ye managed ter skin mo at the table bout two yeais ago I dont give two screeches in hell for who you are an besides I reckon you aint the only exconvict aranglng Da kota either fer the matter o that No more does Murphy We aint no bloomln detectives an we aint buck In in no business o yourn ye kin just bet your sweet life on thet Where is Murphy then I wish to sea the fellow- I told you hed gone Maybe he didnt cit away till this mornJn but hes gone now aU right Wha In thunder do ye want o him 1 I reckon I kin tell ye all that Murphy knows For a breathless moment neither spoke Hampton fingering his gun nor I toualy bis eyes lingering on that bru tal faceSlavin he said at last his voice hard metallic Ive figured out and I do know you now you lying brute You are the fellow who swore you saw me throw away the gun that did tho shooting and that afterwards you picked up There was tho spirit of murder In his eyes and the gambler cowered back before them trembling like a child II only sworoi to the last part Captain he mutteed his voice scarcely audible II never said I saw you throw And I swore went on Hampton that I would kill you on sight You lying whelp are you ready to dieT Slavins faco was drawn and gray the perspiration standing in beads upon his forehead but he could neith er speak nor think fascinated by those remorseless eyes which seemed to burn their way down Into his very soulNo Well then I will give you to day just one chance to live one you dogone Dont move an eyelash Tell me honestly why you have been Tying to get word with the girl and iOU shall go out from here living Lie to mo about it and I am going to kill you rcro you sit as I would aI mad dog You know me SlavInnow speak So intensely still was it Hampton could distinguish the faint ticking of the in his pocket the hiss of the breath between the giants clinch e4 teeth No wretch dragged shriek 11 to tfie scaffold coudhavo termed A more pitiful sight but there was no mercy in the eyes ct the man watch lug him Speak you cringing hound Slavin gripped his great hands to gethor convulsively his throat swell- Ing beneath Its read beard Ho know there WAS no way of escape 11- had to do itt My God Captain I had to do it- Why I had to I toll you Oh you dIIyou fiend Im not the ono youro af terlts Murphy For a single moment Hampton star ed at the cringing figure Then sud denly ho roso to his feet in decision Stand up Lift up your hands first you fool Now unbuckle your gun belt with your left handyour left I said Drop It on the floor There was an unusual sound behind such as a rat might have made and Hampton gfanccd aside apprehensively In that single second Slavin was upon him grasping his pistolarm at the wrist and striving with hairy hand to get a deathgrip about his throat Twice hampton left drove straight out Into that red gloating face and then the gIants crushing weight bore him backward Ho fought savagely silently his slender figure like steel but Slavin got his grip at last and with giant strength began to crunch his victim within his viselike arms There was a moment of su perhuman strain their breathing mere sobs of exhaustion Then Slavin slipped and Hampton succeeded In wriggling partially free from his death grip It was scarcely an instant yet It served for as he bent aside swing his burly opponent with him someone struck a vicious blow at his back but the descending knife missing its mark sunk instead deep Into Slavlns breastHampton saw the flash of a blade a portion of an arm and then the clutching fingers of Slavin swept him down Ho reached out blindly as befell his hand closing about the deserted knifehilt The two crashed down together upon the floor tho force of the fall driving tho blade home to the gamblers heart CHAPTER XX The Cohorts of Judge Lynch Hampton staggered blindly to his Where Is Silent Murphyl It It watch feet looking down on the motionless body For a moment the room ape peared to swim before his eyes and he clutched at the overturned table for support Then as his senses returned ho perceived the figures of a number of men jamming the narrow doorway and became aware of their loud excited voices Back to his benumbed brain there came with a rush the whole scene tho desperation of his present situation Ho had been found alone with the dead man Those men when they came surging in at tracted by tho noise of strife had found him lying on Slavin his hand clutching the knlfehllt lie ran his eyes over their horrified faces and knew Instantly they held him the mur dererThe shock of this discovery steadied him lie realized the meaning the dread terrible meaning for he knew the west Its fierce Implacable spirit of vengeance Its merciless code of lynchlaw The vigilantes of the min- Ing camps were to him an old story more than once ho had witnessed their work been cognizant of their power This was no time to parley or to hesitate He grabbed the loaded revolver lying upon the floor and swung Slavins discarded belt across his shoulderStand gentlemen he commanded Step back and let me pass They obeyed Ho swept them with watchful es stepped past and slam med the door behind him Men already beginning to pour into weeIloon unccrtau yet of the acts shouting ucstloue to each other I j tally Ignoring these Hampton thirua through the crowd Halfway down tho broad stops Duck Mason fa jcd him In shirt sleeves his head uncovered an ugly J5 in his uplifted hand Just an instant the eyes of the two men met neither doubted the grim purpose of the other Youve got tar do It hub an nounccil the marshal shortly deader alive Hampton never hesitated Im sorer I met you I dont want to got anybody else mixed up In this fuss It youll promise mo a chance for my life Duck Ill throw up my hands Hut I prefer a bullet to a mob Tho little marshal was sandyhaired frecklefaced and all nerve The crowd jammed within tho Occidental had already turned and were surging toward the door Hampton know from long experience what this meant these were the quickly Inflamed co hort of Judge Lynchthey would act first and reflect later Ills square jaws set like a trap Alt right Bob said the marshal Youre my prisoner and thorell bo- one bell of a fight store them lads git ye Theres a chance leftleg It after raft Just as tho mob surged out of the Occidental cursing unit struggling the two sprang forward and dashej Into tho narrow space between the livery stable and the hotel Moffit chanced to bo In the passageway and pausing to ask no question Mason promptly landed that gentleman on the back of his head In a pile of dis carded tin cans and kicked viciously at a yellow dog which ventured to snap at them as they swept past Be hind arose a volley of curses the thud of feet an occasional volco roaring out orders and a sharp spat of revolver shots One ball plugged into the siding of the hotel and a second threw a spit of sand lute their lowered faces but neither man glanced back They were running for their lives now acing for a fair chance tq turn at bay and fight their solo hope the steep rugged hill in their front Hampton began to understand the purpose of his companion the quick unerring Instinct which had led him to select the one suitable spot where the successful waging of battle against suoh odds was possiblethe deserted dump of the Shasta mine With every nerve strained to the uttermost the two men raced lido by side down the steep slope ploughed through the tangled underbrush and tolled up tho sharp ascent beyond At the summit of tho ore dump the two men flung tnomcelvoj pasting down for the first tlmo able to realize what It all meant They could per ceive the figures of their pursuer among the shadows of the bushes be low but these were not venturing out Into the openthe first mad neediest ruth bad evidently ended There were some cool heads among the mob load era and It WM highly probable that negotiations would be tried befoit that crowd hurled Itself against two desperate men armed and entrench ad Both fugitives realized tbta and lay there coolly watchful their breath growing more regular their eyes soft armIng Whut Is all this fuss about anyhow questioned the marshall evi dently somewhat aggrieved I win just eatln dinner when a feller stuck his head In an yelled yeti klUad somebody over at the Occidental Hampton turned his face gravel toward him Buck I dont kuow whether youll bellovo mo or not Cut I guess you never heard mo toll a lie or knew of my trying to dodge out oi a bad scrape Besides I havent any thing to gain now for I reckon yourt planning to stay with me guilty or not guilty but I did not kill that tel low I dont exactly sce how I can prove It the way It all tttippenod but I give you my word as a man I did not kill him Mason looked him squarely In tin eyes his tcoth ibqwing behind hit stiff closely clipped mustache Thet he deliberately extended hl5 band anf gripped Hampton Of course I bs Hove ye Not that youre any toe blame good Bob but you aint th kind what pleads the baby act Wki was the feller Red Slavin No and the hand grip perceptlblj tightened Holy Moses what ingratl tude Why the camp ought to get ti gether and give ye a vote of thanks and instead hero they are trying that level best to hang you Cussodetl sorter thing a mob Is anyhow goes like a flock 0 sheep after a leader an I bet I could name tho fellers whe are arunnln that crowd How did the thing happen Both men were Intently oUierrini the Ingathering of their scattered pur luers but Hampton answered gravely telling his brief story with carotid de tall appreciating the Importance ot eposlng full confidence In this quiRt resourceful companion All I really taw of the fellow ht concluded was a hand and arm at they drove In the knife You can sc there is where It ripped me and the unexpected blow of the mans body knocked mo forward and of course I fell on Slavin It may be I draY the point further in when I came down but thai was an accident The fact la Buck I have every reason tl wish Slavin U live I was just get ting out of him some information 1 neededMason nodded his eyen wandering from Hamptons expressive face U the crowd beginning to collect beneath the shade of a huge oak a boa tired yards below Never carry a kaifft do yet No Thought note always heard J8fought with a gun Caught no tlg at Ue Teller after yo got upf TO BU COIn fUIIQ1 r Hero U a picture of a twentieth century farm house when electricity will have como to Its own as a power factor on the farm It has a cool clean kitchen a laundry where all the hard work Is done by an ulcctlrc motor good lights with no lamps to fill and a small vacuum eleanor run by dec tricity replaces tho broom A cleaner house and bcttqr toad In half the time I The sewing machine Is run by alec tricity and tho Incubator In the cellar Is heated at an oven temperature In tho tame way Tho tank on tho top of tho house II filled by an electrically run pump and there Is running water In the house The woman who lives In this house hat not the dull tired look which wo see BO often now This Is as Arthur W Page who writes of the Age of Electric Ser vants In the World Work sees It and ho proceeds to explain how the farmer Is to procure his electricity to do those thing Down In North and South Carolina n company has ben organized which utlllzos tho water IK worn of a district to produce electricity The extent of the company service covers more tnrrltory than many a state and the company stand prepared to sell power to farmers milts and factories It charges JJO per horsepower a year which Is about the same as 810 of a eat per kilowatt hour a rate which If doubled would still be as cheap a wood coal or gas TIll resHm operated by this cow pany to not exceptionally well sup- plIed as to water uower sad what la being done there may lie dose la Many a part of Canajta There are Indeed few farming reglontr this country thitt are beyond the xech of else tricity generated by numlng water Even in the arid rind sonrtarM region the same water tbnt is ussr for Irrl Ratio could often be BM4 to gener ate lwer- Dot electricity can be made to help the farmer as well sa his wife It ta 10 make farming more profitable A a electric motor would save farm labor anil labor II now bard to get It would supply energy to draw water to run the milking machines to throati wheat and to do a hundred other things On a farm In Germany near Berlin Is an Ventilation Is a matter that should receive attention In preparing plans for stables and barns Tho health of animals depends upon the supply of pure air thoy get when confined In doors In the above Is shown the system adopted In a horse barn erected at tho Michigan Agricul tural college For tho removal of air there are four flues 12 Inches by 21 inches built of hoet iron These are set into tho walls two on a side and run up In pairs each flue pairing with the one opposite it The flues of a pair after passing up Into the mow follow up just under the root and meet under a cupola unite and extend up Into the cupola half way 0 its top electric plow It runs by a trolley wire which It automatically inovct over three row on every trip It plows three furrows at a time and does the work of 1C horses When tho farm em see the uses they can mAke of electricity If companies do not supply them with power the will build their own plants at they have built their own telephone lines A farmer living In an electric house efficient ly working hit farm by electric power loading his product on the freight cars of a trolley line and settling Its price with a purchaser a hundred miles away by telephone perhaps by a wireless telephone for there Is al ready such a thing In existence may teem a Utopian dream but it It com ing He can send hit photograph if he with or sign a check over a wire Ho may tit In his homo and listen to music from a tclharmonlum In a neighboring city All those things are possible with npparatut already made And those are commonplace achieve ments compared with tbo possibilities of electric development The storage battery that electrician are working toward will eliminate the worst tea turN of automobiles take the trolloy wlrw front the streets and make most farm machinery electric Sir Hugh Boll hu i redlelod that a century hence with little or no raitohlnery aboard and Htaroely any crew skips will he sped on their voyage by else trielty ipaeratod at Niagara Falls and transmitted wlreleaely over the Allan tic Klther the larentloM of the ate rage battery or the dleeorery of wire lee power tnuMmtaeton WOMM he at SlaM enough to incurs a commercial firing machine Yet should tra new electrical Invention be marie we have already enough to make tM far store comfortable and to enable ua to save MHch time and loaf motion Increase Grain Production U lire farmers of ibis country could Increase theIr production of grain only ten per cent thoy would Increase tho nations wealth 114000090 In roost sections of the country It is jwiwilblo to Increase time production fully 100 per rent Are you doing your part to assist In the Increase VENTILATE YOUR HORSE BARN Proper Placing of Intake und Outflow Flues Important illustration Those flues take the air from Jus above the foundation wall but are byIinclitcan be opened when It Is desired to remove the warm air from near the coiling Ten Intakes are provided for admitting fresh air These aro six Inches by 23 Inches lire lined with spacobatcentwo adjacent studs Each opens to the outside at tho bottom anti to the Inside at tho top as ahown In the small diagram to the right of the illustration The openings should bo fixed to permit of their being closed partly or wholly on windy days CONVENTION IS a a NOW UNDER WAY Democrats Begin Work of Nominating Candi dates and Formulating the Prin ciples of the Party Denver Col July 7 Chairman Thomas Taggart of the Democrat national committee formally called- the national convention to order almost precisely at noon The opening prayer was made by arohblahopiI Jval Urcy Woodson of Kcntuclty ecro tary of tho national committee read the call for the convention A period of delay followed during which tbo delegate exhibited symp toms of Impatience although the epa cloim auditorium crowded III It was to oho vory doors was delightfully cool and then thin committee on rules r made I In retort and the oftlcers of the convention wore announced aa follows Temporary chairman Theodore A hell California General secretaryUrey Woodaon KentuckyAssistant general IloroIBrPA In Sefton Wanhlngton D 0 SergtantatarmllJohu I Martin MissouriChief ninlRtont sergeantatarms C Kenn Indiana Chaplain for opening dayIlt lUv James J Kfftne arohblthup of Wyo ming Chief door clIHuceno W Sulll nUt I11lnol- 1l1lIrllamlIlarlanJl D Cratthflctd Kentucky Ofllclil itenoKrapherM W ilium berg Washington U C Dell Route EnthuiUim The eloquent spwch of Temporary Chairman Hell was listened to with the deepest attention but the on thulium of the audlaeea found vent In Ingeonllnaed applauso when the I upculier outdo a telling point or mentioned the name of some one or other of tho acknowledged leaders of the party All In Red White and Blue Hod white and bluo were the only colors tired In the audl torium and the were de v t Glared to be the most elaborate ever 11u n In a Democratic convention A I feature was 52 huge stars ar arranged on tho celling These stars represented the state ter rltorles and insular possessions the names appearing In blue letters on a white tackground In the center of each etar The points of tho stars were red and white Directly over the speakers plat form against the wall of the building near the Junction with the ceiling was n large shield 16 feet high carrying six flaga 12 feet long draped lu artis tic folds In addition to this main shield there were four other shields over the platform each ten foat high Theelx flags on these shields wero flight feet Icng Fine Portrait of Washington Just below the main shield hung a mammoth portrait of George Washing too 14 by 10 foot in dimensions Red r nnd hluo bunting was drapes from the sides of the shield to the iHtttom ethic portrait of the Father of His Country Directly under the last shield on each side cf the Washington portrait was a portrait ono ol Thomas Jefferson and the other of Andrew Jackson On each side ol these pictures a large American flag was draped These flags are 40 by 60 fret In dimensions Beyond these picture nt each end of the wall and hanging nbovo the gallery was sus pended a pendant ten feet In diameter upon which bunting was draped Upon thcHe pendants a tiger was painted Tho back of the platform was banked with palms Twenty stuffed American eagles with extend ed wings were suspended over tho platform each bird carrying In his bill rod whlto and blue silk ribbons that wore draped back to the wall Large Amount of Bunting Used In the auditorium the balcony ox tends all the way around tho huge building but the galleries are limited to each end The front of the balcony and the fronts of tbe galleries and boxes were draped with bunting 55000 yards being necessary to complete this part of tho decorative scheme At Intervals of five riot shields three feet high were placed- Thourandl of yards of bunting were used In draping the corridors of tho building and the walls of tbo balcony and galleries Delegates were supplied with small American flags to wave when their feelings reached a pltcb that compelled an extraordin ary demonstration SevenI roverSixteenth streets there are eight Iron ornamental elootrle poles to a block four on each aide of the street On I those streets the poles wire draped I jWILilAM JENNINGS BRYAN decorating decorations Uunlqllo suspended with red wIllie and blue bunting Wires were stretched across the street from these pole and from rach wire two American gags were Buijxjsded The flags hung over tbe street and were weighted to prevent them from becoming tangled and torn by the wind On Seventeenth street the scheme was tho same except there were only six poles to each block two at each corner and two at each alley Buslnets Houses Decorated At each crossing two wires were strung diagonally across the Interjec tlon from which red white and blue Incandescent lights hung Tho busi ness houses along the three streets ware handsomely decorated with bunting find flags Elaborate and costly electric display signs had been put In place on the buildings and at night Fifteenth Sixteenth and Seven teenth streets wore a blaze of light Electric display signs are one at the main features of business life In Denver Every merchant has an elec trio sign and as all of the streets that cross the three thoroughfares described era live buslnm streets the coromlttco on Illumination did act fled It necessary to add much In thn way lraderyHoweverhnndrpmely ecorated with bunting and flag jho tbe entire busnesa action of D inn val n mass of color when the big ttmentlon opened IT WILL BE RALPH HEREAFTER A Youngsters Outspokenness That Taught Grandpa a Lesson There Is a very wellknown man In Brooklyn who Is particularly proud of his grandson a bright boy of four years and a few months But like all fond grandpas ho believed teas Ing amusing to tho child as well all to hlmrelf and ho recently received the shock he deserved The little lad was playing industriously with a dull when tho proud grandpa said My playing with a doll why your name must be Susie not Ralph No word from tho boy who kept right on playing with the doll Susie said the grandpa just rushing to his fate do you like dolls The boy moved perceptibly but clung to the doll Dear little Susieyou used to be a boy The boy lifted his head Indignant ly and with deep pathos said Grand pa I hate to tell you so but youre a d fool Great was the consternation of the grandfather and amazement of the mother who tragically ordered the boy to his room while she called attention to the tears that rolled down her cheeks at such a fearful offense FI- nally she told tho little fellow that he might be forgiven If ho begged his grandpas pardon Hut the boy bo llevvd his grandpa the offender and said no Ills mother sternly rend him a lesson against profanity and espe dally about disrespect to grandpa rata The little fellow was touched and going over to his grandpa said compromlslngly 111m sorry I called you a d foolbut If I cannot call you a fool can I rail you a lemon Hereafter grandpa will call Ralp by his right name Brooklyn Eagle Naming the Baby TIle naming of a baby Is considered Important even among people whom we are apt to regard as uncivilized Aud curiously enough these very folk contrive to avoid the arguments that to often ensue when lather and mother disagree over whether the lit tie stranger shall be called Jock or Marmaduke Irlscllla or Jane The Mahometan father and mother ouch write the choice Of a name on a slip of paper and place both in the Koran Whichever slip Is drawn first In the name given to the child A pretty Egyptian custom is to light three candles naming each after a god or some exalted personage The child Is culled after the candle which burns tangent Hindu mothers name their children paterfamilias not having a word to lilY in the matter The naming cert niooy usually takes place when the baby If about 12 days old and a flower mine Is uiually chosen Chinese girls are simply numbered one two or three until they read years of discretion when they are al lowed to choose a name for themselves The boys however are giver a temporary name until they lire 20 whey pa decides what magnificent ap pollution they shall rejoice In for the rest of their hivesN Y Weekly Ignorance of the Bible Biblical allusions which permeate our literature touch no responsive chord In the majority of college students nowadays writes Prof W L- CrOBl In Education Though some of them are fairly familiar with names like Abraham Isaac Jacob Samson David and Daniel very few know anything about the lives of these men as elated in the scriptures Not long ago to recall an extreme caso not one of 40 students under my Instructor could quite placo Judas Iscarlot and a venerable colleague of mine dlecov ircd a Jew among the seniors who had icvor heard of Moses To lift the burden of this Ignorance several colleges have recently incorporated parts of the Old Testament Into their most ilomcntary courses In English with great success from the standpoint both of the student and of the Initruc tor Rut a knowledge of the Blblo oh lously belongs to an earlier stage than this It Is a pity that political and religious considerations stand In the way of Introducing Into the pub- Uc schools an available body of splendid literature Fortunately politics and prejudice cannot hamper many of the large preparatory schools Her Sublime Admiration- Oh dear will you looknl It again sighed Mrs Howard New omo In an ecstasy of bliss lInt laenlflcontf Turn this way now n side glance brings out the traditional beauty I have never seen anything so perfectly xqulrIte Dear do come over here and look at It from this view One would never believe that such a lovely thlog existed in the world Tho perspective le simply grand How Intplrln rind noble Here is another view from the right Doesnt it show off own to better advantage I am simply entranced with admiration What Is Mrs Newcomo looking at dome masterpiece In a picture gal leryNo indeed It la an old kitchen chair ahu purchased tt a secondhand store which she thinks la a genuine an- UqueThe Bohemian Mechanics Mrs HaymowrWslJ dew toll ef- thbl beto Iccirlc thislneslI nnf OSlt Un t beat th1 band SI Haymow Soroepln new teeth puperMrs Ihynmwcll l shll say Theyve hed motor wagous on niotor boutp find ccaouw tlivyreiagUUa nib Itot policemen iyaow WAlU by gum + Samuel Warns Saul and His People Sondty School LCMOQ torJuly 19 1938 Specially Prepared for TO Piper LESSON TEXT1 Samuel 121B I31L Slemory Verses 3 14 GOLDEN TKXTOnlr fear the hnland serve him In truth with all your heart for consider how great thing he hatb done for you1 Sam 124 TIMKAbout B C 1094 Uaihrr- IhACKOUcml In the Jordan valley a little north of east of Jerusalem Comment and Ougoettlve Thought The SceneIt Is midsummer with clear skies We lire still present nt the grit coronation assembly of the lender I all the tribes which Samuel had convened after Saul had proved himself a great general and leader or armies by his victory over the Inva Ing Ammonites from the northeast Gllgal was hallowed by many sacred associations calculated to inspire every patriotic heart Here was the heap of stones set up to commemorate the miraculous crossing of the Jordan Here tho covenant had been renewed Here was celebrated the first passover In the Promised Land Here had been maintained a camp during the early conquest Josh 90 1043 Here the first king had been crowned with im prenglve ceremonies Saul had returned In triumph every Inch a king The people were now enthusiastic over the splendldlookln man Every tongue of opposition was silenced It was probably the last op portunlty Samuel would have of meeting the nation as a whole flushed with victory and rejoicing In the king that Samuel to his own cost had presented to them The account has almost the form of a dialogue Read It Samuel goes on to say that although the people seemed to fear that God would not continue to save them as of old by Judges and thus showed a lack of faith yet God bad proved by the victory their new king had achieved that he would be the same to them under the new regime as under the old The One Eternal Condition 1 Pos live V 14 If yo wilt fear the Lord etc Samuel proceeds to name five things the king and nation must do If they would win Gods favor and maintain their own safety they must 1 feat the Lord t2 serve him 3 obey his voice 4 not rebel against his commandment 5 continue persevere In following the Lord Then shall both ye ole A better tran U tlon continues the condition And ii both yo and also the king that reIgn eth over you continue following the Lord your God Tho conclusion perhaps It shall be well with you is to be supplied as In Ex 3232 Samuel plies up one upon another the condl tions of their happiness and then from tho depth of his emotion breaks ort leaving the blessed consequences of their obedience unsaidDean Payne Smith 2 Negative V 15 But if ye will not obey etc In stating the alterna the Samuel names only two out of the five conditions Just laid down but these are the most Important In deed the one word obedience would Include them all Then shall the hand of the Lord be against you not from hatred but of necessity Just as II stream Is against an oarsman that pulls up It Samuel was to hI no longer beef ruler of the nation but was to con lingo his moral and religious work for many years as the chief religious factor In the development of the nation Hence be given his farewell Deo- sage from his political vantage ground 1 Fear Not Rest assured of the forgiveness of your sins 2 Servo the Lord with all your heart turning not aside to any Idol anything that pretends to help you For all things outside of or contrary to the service Of God are vain things v 21 mere nothings emptiness bubbles that burst with i touch 3 Trust God for the Lord will not forsake his people v 22 You can trust him to the uttermost 4 Realize your destiny your put prose and work in the world to which God has set you apart This is one ol the great sources of strength when we realize that we are doing what God mado us for 5 Servo God because you shall have tho continued help of the propheta would pray for them without ceasing And they had Just seen how the prayer of the righteous nvalleth much- b He would continue to teach them the good and right way Instruc ion and devotion teaching and prayer are tho need of all men C Feel the force of the great motives which will be a perpetual Inspir ation a Gratitude for what God had lone v 24 011wrongdohlgTo realize not abject fear but a reasoning common sense Judging of any course of action by its lonsequpncea Practical Points If we fill the corner wiere we are with llgh we shall sooner or later beset ou a vhdlestlck hlgb enough for the light that IB In us Selfseeking Is a root of all evil the curse of politics of business and ofsocietySamuel was a good nan The in CBtment of his saintly character liar rieltied largo dividends it often requires some henry calara It such as the loss of friends or health or poiseatlang to detbrone our pride and make us see that happiness sad success depend on God alone 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 inttrnctpn 1175 students from 27 stales Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with other like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same leetuvesl Rotary and general advantages as for more advanced student Arithxcetto and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blbh Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management eta Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions sad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management LeArn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 year for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course I that a young namay secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to nt for buslnesa Ere s part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin Orman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Chuudcal courses wttt use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tie highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching nrtyear parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstera certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the infonnaUosv culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sari for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Jerea College Is not a moneymaking InsUtutlon All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expemd 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 Boiea In order thai It may train young men and won for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulation to proUot the character and reputation of the young people Our students come craaa tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in wta ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 oenU t a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to fI from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate la the beat but ns students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no real for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee orextras 135 a week la the tall end 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 oahU in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee torI return of room key library books eta This la paid but once and to returned when the sludeAlc1opuu- Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buffO tags 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 n400 in lower Model School 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are M follows I SPRING 10 weeks 2250 to one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1676 including 100 deposit middle oil term SG7- 5SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 9M SPRING 7 weeks term for Urge who must leave for teachers examinations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 92960 in one payment 12800 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle oft term 945 1 MV REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end or R term receive buck for money advanced BB follows 1 On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fractioa at a week tau room or on any special expenses no allowance for any sass plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it Is within tofu terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you hove matlp your Journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible v The first day of Spring term Is March 26 1901 The firit day of Fall term is September 16 190s For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretory WILL C GAMBLEBEREA CKY r That Premium Knife takes tho eyes of the men and boys who soeit the mountain people lilst a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cept knife itJ1 tin blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more tothenoua tamn people than any other dollar paper iii the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar hI i That brings la subscrlpbotui all the time II you haw not goV It poll ought to tllHL a LI THE SCHOOL I KENTUCKYS RURAL SCHOOLS t Article I Their Needs and Shortcomings IJ PRESIDENT FROST of Berea College Kentucky Is a ruial state A majority of our people live In grelltI country and the question of the cation which the country boy and girl shall receive Is one of the highest Importance to the commonwealth And It Is a problem most likely to bo overlooked When eflucators assem ble It Is the college men and tho clly teachers who are at the front The needs of the city schools and the proper methods for their management are more or less prominent before the public The country school and the country school teachers are out of sIghtand forgotten Now let us consider what are the needs of these country boys and girls They have had a good physical start In their country birth and outdoor life but the question Is where shall they get the Ideals of life the prin clllesotconduct the Inspiration and motives of achievement that nhall fit them to make the most of them selves and their families By the fact that they are far from town they maybe sheltered from many of the temp tations and evils of ciy life But they are In special need of the awakening voice and the guiding hand that shall put them In step with the progressive forces of the world and make them sharers In the best elements of our civilization We would wish to see every country home beautified In Its surroundings Its humble hearth grac ed by n fhelf of books and some In strument of music the man of the house competent to be a school trus tee and a Sunday School superintendent and his wife fit for the rearing of children and the blessed ministra tions of the home and the social circle 1 The means of communication between I THE HOh I fh G Fireless The name of Fireless cooker Is a 11ttle deceptive for there must be some fire to do the cooking But though not strictly It is a great help on these Lot days as well as a great saver of fuel rThe principle on which a cooker does its work Is the same as that on which an Ice box keeps the v Ice from molting The hot food is ti packed around some mater ial that will not allow the heat to es n t cape and so cooks by a long slow sa steady heat oJ r My tireless cooker U simply an old trunk lined with several thIck nesses of paper pasted on and pack ed tightly with excelsior In this excelsior are nests made for the L iucooktng vessels by placing the vessels in and packing the excelsior closely thenhbnr as heeded Any box with a tightfitting lid could bo used of the trunk L and chopped hay or straw used In stead of the excelsior A cualilou stuffed with excelsior Is put over the top of the cooking vessel and the of the trunk shut down j NEWS OF THE WEEK from First Page t July 2 Mr Halstead has been widely known for more than halt a century as one of the leaders In American Journalism Mr Halstead was seventy nine years old G2 STORY BUILDING The Eqult able Life Insurance Society plans a building to be erected 1n New York that is sixtytwo stories high or 209 1 j feet higher than the Metropolitan tower It will be 909 teet from curb to the top of the tower and will be the highest building In the world The present Equity building will bet I ys torn down and the new skyscraper 1Plt In Its place The cost of the new building will bo 10000000 EIGHT KILLED Tho narrow gauge local from Alamada Mote Cal 11 f iforrila for Oklahoma struck a Santa Cruz train at First and Webster streets Saturday The smoker of the Santa Cruz train was completely de Ii- r andItheand kept open The postoffice Is u great clvlllier provided people know how to read and have a taste for learning The church Is the greatest re source of all and yet enfeebled by Its divisions and various weaknesses it cannot be depended upon alone to keep the people In the lines of pro grew The great and recognized re sources upon which we rely for sup plementing the Influence of the home and the church Is the public school And In the rural dIstrIcts the school house neglected though It be Is the hope of the state We need not compare our population to thut of other states or draw the contrast between different parts of Kentucky the simple fact Is as all admit that our rural schools are not what they should bethey have not accomplished aa yet all that fe possible for them to accomplish There are too many Instances la which the children of today Ill growing up with no opportunlt to reach the great sources of Inspira tlon the great motives of rlghtHvlnf the great Ideals which would stir them to worthy endeavor And In the absence of good things to occupy their minds their free and vigorous silrlts overflow In frivolity and too often positively wrong doing When a boy or girl goes wrong our Indignation should not be poured out upon time offender alone the raflpnstbllUy for j that wrongdoing must be shared by nay school teacher school trus tee preacher of the gospal county superintendent college president nr minister who might have done something to make the pathway of that boy or girl more safe r I E I My Coeker By JENNIE LESTER HILL fireless flrelesa with Instead lid Continued animal parent I 1111eIare or a tin coffee can may be used if large enoughCereals meats or anything requir ing a slow steady heat may be cooked In these cookers To cook cereals boll on a stove for five or ten minutes In the vessel to bo used In the cooker Cower tightly while still boiling and plane in the nest at once Press excelsior around It and cover with cushion then close lid Leave over night It for break fast or cook about four or five hours in the cooker To cook rice boll in water fcr fifteen minutes then add milk let come to a boll and place in cooker for five hours Green beans should boll toy half hour then be placed In the cooker and kept bt Ive hours Place on stove uncovered for a few minutes before serving to boil down IIOt1tce should never be oooekd in cooker as they must be cook ed the time in actually boiling water mollshed and all of the passengers were either killed or Injured So far eight are dead TAFT AT HOT SPRINGS VA Judge Taft and Ills family have gone to Hot Springs Vato spend the summer They left Washington last Friday afternoon and reached Hot Springs at midnight A good natured crowd met him at tho station and gave him a cordial reception REAR ADMIRAL THOMAS DEAD Rear Admiral ThomaatCropped dead at Del Monte California Friday after noon Ho was In perfect health and five minutes after eating a hearty meal dropped dead Rear Admiral Thomas was second In command of tho Mantle battle ship fleet from Hampton Roads He was In command of tho fleet for five days at San Francisco when he retired and was succeeded by Rear Admiral Sperry The body Is held In Del Monte waiting for the nrrlvaj of his son from San JTrnclsco NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AS SOCIATION The annual Convention Jot tho National Educational Associa tion met In Cleveland last week It was voted to hold tho next Con vention in Denver This has been a- very profitable meeting besides one day was spent in sight seeing excur stone and departmental meettngsA number of able addresses were delivered In the various meetings LONDON TIMES Alfred Harms worth has purchased The London Times the greatest and most renowned newspaper in the world The Time Is an interesting old relic and te minds one of a retired lion cr blunderbuss that used to be 0auabe and do good work but had been placed among the curios It Is a mistake about J Fred Plerson buying The Times as was repartel but Harms worth was the man Harmsworth it nn able selfmade man who knows something about modern condItions and methods and therefore is the man to own and control The Tlme + NORTH POLE HUNT Command Robert K Ieary the Arctic explorer will make another attempt to reach the north pole He will exIceptnot leave New York with ashlp but will see It safely started and after a few days stay there will go by rail to Join his party at Sydney Cape Bre ton Bsklmos and dogs will be tak en on board In the Whale Sound re gion as before Commander Peary will endeavor to force the ship Into the tome winter quarters on the north side of Grantland as IB the wlnUr of MM and IDO- bVERBAL BETS NO CRIME Mel rule Collins arrested at Shtepsbead race track New York charged I1ntlbU1I1gJaB tke ef the court ruled that Calllns committed no crime in making verbal bets Collins oase Was selected by the Jockey Club for a test of the new law The ruling is very Important as It Indicates that bookmaking Is unlaw ful while betting between Individuals Is not The news of Justice Blsehoffs decision was received with great en thiMlasm at Sheepihead rate track REVEALS PLOTSDr Jose Do Alpolne chief of tile distentlKs smarting under the suspicions that ho was in the plot that resulted In the assassination of King Carlos and Crown Prince Lulz In Lisbon last February revealed what he declar ed to be the true history of the plot He said the assassination was decId- ed In a meeting of the Progressive Regenerators a few days before It was carried oul- DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Continued from Pint Pate Bryan tho and there is likely to be a little trouble there Parker has a resolution praising Cleveland which he Intends to present It will be mighty hard for the convention to refuse to pass a resolution praising such a Rreat man especially after his death On the other hand Bryan and Cleveland always hated each other neither ever supported the other for president and praise of Cleveland by the convention will be a mighty hard pill fo Bryan to swallow One thing which Is causing excite ment among the Democrats Is the aw ful fight between Bryan and Col Guffey the Pennsylvania leader Mr Guffey has long been a friend of Bryan and helped both by work and by mon ey in his previous campaigns Also Mr Guffey Is connected with the Standard Oil and several other corporations but that did not seem to mat ter to Bryan so long as the Colonel was an his side But there came an awful day Mr Coffey made his friend Mr Bryan a present of an expensive stained glass window Mr Bryan thanked him That was all right Then a newspaper printed the story That was all wrong because Mr Bryan was afraid that some one would think that he was being bribed by the corporations who have few votes si that he would betray tfip Interests ofthe common peoples who have many Irn ell If he hind bcen as smart ast some people thtttl Jie Is he would Irave thought of this before and have refused to take tho window But Bryan did what he thought was the next beat thing He wrote to Mr Guffey and asked him to send a bill for the window accused Guffey of trying to corrupt him and said that Guffey had better get off the Nation al Committee In other words he turned tho steam roller which he Is using In Denver and which Is like the ono that was NOT used at Chicago by Taft against his old friend just because some one had found tout that I the friend had made him a present But Guffey didnt slay dead lieI sassed back Among other things he said that Bryan had bean glad enough to take the money of corporation menI when he thought he wouldnt get caught at It that ho had no object Ions to Guffeys being a corporation moan till Gutfey also became his en emy that he had been ungrateful to the friends that had helped him In his previous campaigns and thrown them out as soon as he thought he would gain anything by It He said that Bryan was the most Impudent unscrupulous domineering devastlng boss the Democratic party has ever had lIe says that when Bryan denied that he had taken any part In the Internal affairs of the different states he lied whloh everybody who knows about Kentucky politics knows is soAltogether he said some things which Bryan had not even bran able to deny op to the time Time CUIwu went to UigIon Bryan and there will be more heard of this fight later became when men who have been In ca hoots begin to tell on ouch outer there Is always something worth hear ing ekpcemlly If one ot them IB run ning for president The question of the vlcepresMen tlal nomination Is still open with tbe chance favoring Judge Gray who does not want the place Johnson does not want It either There Is a talk of running John Mitchell former president of the coal mining union but there is not much chance that llite will be done It Is quite probable that Bryan will be allowed to ehooe tom hlnrolt who shall IM his runningmale because nobody else wants time resnooelblllty and tH owooth campaign managers think It will be a good thing to let Dryan get all the blaMe out of the detest which they believe to coming to the party STATE NEWS ConUnutJ horn Pint rate probably not fatally Another was C E Oamboa was cut on the hard by broken ghee EASY JOBS ABOLISHED The Board of Oouirol la using the prun lag knife at the throe Kentucky asy luniM They are abolishing some of the unheeeeeary jobs such as trees urer Inspector and pathological physician The latter was believed o be a sinecure and therefore they Immediately abolished It CROPS DAD IN GBNiUALCrops aro falling far behind the standard all over the state For sometime the wheat crop looked tattering the straw was tall and the head looked long and lull but when It was cut It felt light And upon threshing It the farmers are very much disappointed for the grain is small and has a heavy chaff Much of the wheat Is shattering out while thrashing It Is said there Is not half a crop In Garrard and two thirds crop In Madison County Other crops have tailed so far to come up hemp lIs not pore than half crop and tobacco Is worse In the shoot than ever before Hundreds of acres have been forbidden by night riders and the protracted drouth has either burnt up or cut short what tobarco Is out Corn In most sections Is farther behind than It has been for years Bunt the general will help thrains we are having now corn crop considerably CAM J LEWIS CAHI J Lewis a Berea student Is expected to run for County Superintendent of Public Schools of Harlan County Mr Lewis was a student In Berea College four years is a hard worker and strictly temperate If elected to that office the people can rest assured that tie will do his duty and work for the Interest of the public schools In his county BEAUTIFUL WEDDINGOno of the most beautiful and brilliant weddings ever celebrated In RIchmond took place Tuesday evening when Miss Sarah Rollins Burnam and Mr John Jennings Greenleaf were mar- vied Miss Burnam In the second laughter of Judge A It Burnam and- Its a very sweet and brilliant young She looked unusually charming Ion this sacred occasion for her dark petite beauty was er attractive 1 The F agkfort orchestra played tho weddln marsh tint Bar Edmund Burnam performed ittie cnrmony BREATHITT LAND VALUABLE Several New York financiers were In Jackson last week negotiating for coa and timber lands In Breathltt and ad joInIng Counties AFTER TENTH DISTRICT The Democrats of the Tenth District are goIng out for blood In thlY coming campaign and hope to carry tho district The nominee of the party will prob ably beG Lee Wnlnwott of WIn chester Judge S S Tulbee of Jackson Is willing to make the race but has not shown great strength yet THE NEW WAY TO TAX MORTGAGES Growth in Favor of thz Rgistra tion Plan Keveral States Now Tax at Five Del lars a Thousand When Lodged For RecordHavingGood It will be interesting whon a year has rolled around to estimate the amount of tax that has bean ooltoctod In Kentucky by the state and by coua ties on real ostato lien notes and mortgage notes This subject of mort gage taxation Is one that Kentucky should very carefully consider In most states It has been recognise that Jo tax mortgages to to Impose double taxation since by the borrow lug of money upon real state BO sew property has been created but only time same property twice Jt has bees I considered however that the state Ir untitled to some revenue from this source and other stated leave solved time problem by levying a registration tax upon mortgagee UnJOr this eye tern when a mortgage Is flied for rec on It pays a tax of flvo dollars on each thousand dollars of the amount secured by the mortgage No subse quent tax In impoeeU and the NUN amount of tho tax collected goer law the state treasury Where this system has been tried the result tai heel a considerable la crease In the revenue from taxatlo of mortgagee The sytiam which we are trying In Kentucky by which the county clerk Is required to make a I correct return to the aeveotor mortgages gives very little chanceI for any mortgages to escape taxatlo so that to adopt In Kentucky the sys tom of a registration tax on mort gages would not be productive of more revenue and might possibly be productive of lees but It U queeUoa i able whether the alight atltlltJolICII rev ease derived from these mortgages makes up for the iMjuetlee dene to the J borrowers of mosey It U not conceiv able that a man wilt lead wmftjr at t or I per cent and then pay from IH to S per oust In the way of tax and yet It would amount to this In YImany of our Ksnivnky elite j towns Itatker than do so since beI can not now under the law avold litclosing bit pOMseelon of the mom t gage tho lender wilt simply retire from the money leading market These restrictions curtail the amount of money that will be loaned on mortgages and result In a hardship to bor 1 rowers It should be remembered alto that the borrowers IreetJ In this case are of the wry best class farmers who need to raise money en their farms men of small means wIlD desire to borrow money to bald homes as well M men who pledge real estate to aid them In extensive building or Industrial operations The possibility of borrowing the money they need from private sources has always been of great advantage to people of these classes especially In small towns and cltivs where UterI are not so many trust companies mak- Ing loans The lender might stand the burden of the tax It ho wore lowed to add that amount to his rateI of Interest but be Is headed off InI that direction by tho usury laws many cares he takes chances on this point and by various devices will contrive to collect from the borrower some extra premium by way of offset to the tax ho must pay on the mortgage In this way the burden fall direct on the borrower and must In evitably toad to Increase the Interest rate on mortgage loans That a tax on mortgages does so increase tho Interest rate on mort gage loans has been clearly proved by the experience of New York It is not to bo supposed that thor will bo any opposition to the tax on mortgages on the part of corporations which have money to lend since bylaw banks and trust companies are mortlgagoamount of available capital In tho state for such restriction of avallablo capital means restriction of busi ness restriction of all forms of progress that make tho state more prosperous Experience has up to this tlmn demonstrated that the only beneficiaries of tho attempt to rigidly tax mortgages are the foreign Insurance companies whIch come into the state and lend their money and being resident In othqr states do not havo to pay a tax on their mortgagoR The same registration tax wher tt has bean adopted Is applied to tho mortgages Pled by railroad and other corporations This Is proving a moro nffcctlve way of taxing bonds than to take the chance of Individual holdorr being willing to give them in for tax ation whjch they generally fall to do In view of tho fact that the bon lH rarely pay mom than 5 to 10 per cent and throollfths to threefourths of this would havo to bo given up to the tax gatherer It tho bonds arc listed with tho assessor And mon will not willingly submit to confiscation Tho subject of taxing credits Is one of tho most difficult In the realm of taxation and It Is a field whore mis takes are most costly because It Is tho taxation of this form of proparty that drives capital from tho com munlty and to drlvo capital from the community means the curtailment of all tho enterprises that build up the community and add to Its population and to the value of Its real estate THE MARKET MADISON MARKET Richmond July 7 1908 We had about 800 cattle on tho market at Madison County Stock yards July Court Market a little drAm and about 500 cattle left over One bunch of 1000 Ib steers brought 4ifl the tot price for tho day The genera run of price from 3 to 4c About 300 jheep were on the market host ante brought 560 leer head and there was a good demand Howe and mule market extremely dull Dry weather has affected the market to J J mbfysome e tent Berea Prices Potatoes Iroh ver buLS Cabbage So per lb Peas llfte pr gal V t Honey lc tier Ibt1Naoa1ie per gal y Apples per be71eI- 4lackbndel M Ise pee sat Strawterrfofl per it MWc- Rggs per dottn lie flatter per Ib15oc BROOU per lbr 18U aloam per In Ufc I Lent per lb40 Chickens M feet per lb 81 Chickens dressed per Ik IJtte Cum HI Oats Me Wheat Nt pr hatMillet Me per be- live 4 Stack LeebIUe Jody 7 WOt Choice export steers 6 75 640iCholoe butcher steers 155 l 90 Ooouneti batcher eteon 400 4 ID Medium butcher steers 4 15 66 Common hawker steers 4t 415 Choke butcher heifers 475 690 Medtam botcher heifers 400 509 COMMOII batcher heifers 3 H 4 JO Choke batcher cows 4 36 4 St Medium batcher soars 3io 4 m Common bather Iowa 2 75 3 TO 1 24 2 ifCanneroChcfee fAt seen 4 SJ5 550 Modtam oxen 3 00 4 00 Choke ball 3 siJ 4 Medium bulls 275 3 COlUlOtl i SOT 4i OIComaioa calves 5 W 3 TO Good feeders 4 19 StO Medium feeders 4 00 4 M Common feeders 3 60 4 CO Choice i took steers 4 00 4 M Medium stock steers 3 50 4 0T Commoi stow steers 3 00 3 fO Choice stock heifers 3 25 3 75 Medium stock heifers 2 W 3 2t Common mixed stocker 2 50 310 Choice milch cows 35 00 45 01 Medium mulch cows 25 00 30 00 Common mulch cows II II 31 eeInooi Choice packers and buUjhersS- OO to ilb Ids O 0i Medium packers and buWfaen 1M to 900 IN G Co Chol e plgi 90130 lbe G LIght pigs W40 lbs e Light shippers 1201W lbs 615 Roughs iso 8ij ibf 3 oo r s irtChoke fat sheepx V 3 26 3 73 Medium sheep 2 50 3iCommon sheep 2 00 3 W- Bucko 150 300 Choloe lambs 700 Seconds 6 CO Good butcher lambs 4 50 C 00 Quits and tallends 3 60 4 50 MESS PORKt 60 HAMS Choice sugar cured Ugl and special cure 11llHc heavy ti medium 1111 IIlb 9V4c res 1 ular clear sides 8ic breakfast bacon 14 He sugar cured shoulders D c1 bacon extra 9ftc bellies light 10c4 heavy lOc- LARD Prliao steam In tierces 8ic pure leaf In tierces 9c In tubs 9c iCAndied J BUTTER ICc per Ib POULTRY Spring chickens J8o to 20c hens SHc ducks old 80 turkeys SlOc ducks young 13s WHLAT No 2 SgeNIt 3 SS CORNNo 2 white 81pj Nfoj r 3 L mixed 79c OATSNow No 3 white 654csNot 3 mixed Sic 7 W RYE No 2 Northern 8Dc Nb 3 Northern 90c A tub or a barrel often drops down for want of a hoop It everybody know how easy It la to make a hoop from wire perhaps a piece of waste telegraph wire often seen by the roadside the work would not wait Simply bond the wire around the tub to measure It remove It and twist lts fast Then drlvo It on like a hoop drive It fast It will not break and being galvanized will last Indefinitely 4- t1 4 The Porter Drug Co to ooarourso PHONE 12 BEREA KY a l ++ a M OfP e eo + o ae e e o Me e e oooo e o o ooaOOQ Berea and Vicinity 9 o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Io 0 o t+ e o e fDR STQWv DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE eProt lAd Jira Dodge return Mon dRy from u CbautAWfva at Leilsg teftMn Got Martin ot Conway pent atoMlay with Mrs Prof Marsh President Frost received a letter from Irof Dlnsmore while on board tbs Btennwr Marquette He and Mrs DlMmore are in a ratty ot and are well ploawsd with the boa j old alo the passengers A party of sudonts from Richmond Stats Normal were In Bern Saturday July 4 They drove orer the ground avid made n vMt oolligoI Chail tewdr TOWN TAXIS DUEAll tax pay ors in the town of Berea are hereby notified that taxes for the year 1903 art dug and must bo paid to me W L HarYlion Collector MIH Itoooe Sparkmaa of Hamilton Ohio MM the goat of UM MIMM Arrl and Margaret Loam on Jadno- Stlet JutHiefrogo C Pen of SealtoW Cue DellItCIlthe acnMl peals for Ute pupils otII the Untoti efeMith Monday Mfcool doubt tMit that the committee will sleel n ptauMnt spot QuUi a number ot the young people In town nUtmted Ute teecrwm siipjwr at WliAMtoe Saturday aIbiIMn ANN Hudson of Sunday with Mn Frank Hays and fkwUy Mr Prank Llvengeod was quite slrk several days last wwit and was dpUhMd from work C 1 OBK Aden Ofg Karl Hays and others were oft on a tolling trip Saturday QrMD Hill and Charley Preston were In Lexington Saturday MtM Tboruia Johnson ot Wlldlo Is the peasant guest of Mrs Bert Cod dIngton She oxpcott to be here fv ml days then she leaves for Wyoming for the rest of the year Mr and Mrs Edgar Scrlvner spent several days vliltlng relatives and friends In Owsley County Misses Mary and Grace Adams were vidtora In Richmond the latter part of the week Miss Grace Wagers who has been visiting In Irvine returned home Mon day Urn Joe Evans was called to Scat fold Cano Sunday by the serious 11 noai ot her little nephew Mrs Della Dakerand baby were the guests of her father and mother Mr and Mrs Frank Hayes Saturday night Quito a number of the town people Ar spout Sunday at Mallory Springs tL Mr Scott McGuire who was called r home to Bcattyvllle a short time ago by the death ot his father has returns ed to Berea and resumed his duties as druggist to1 S E Welch Mr Hubert Nicely and sister Miss i Minnie were in Richmond Saturdays Miss Battle Lewis who has been Vr at Richmond for some time returned home Monday Mr James Wallace of Jessamine County has been the guest of E B Wallace and family for some time Mrs Oscar Gabbard and baby visit ed at the homo of her sister Mrs John Gabbard last week Mr Sam Pennlngtonof Lexington visited at the homo of Mrs and lletthalastMm J 0 Harrison son and daugh ter Howard and Boss are visiting relatives at Big Hill Mr and Mrs n D Moore spent Sat urday and Sunday with W R Gab bard and family Mr Green spent a few days with hiswito and children tho latter part of tho week Mlsd Margaret Livengood who has been making an extended visit with her brother Frank and wife returned to Ohlr Tuesday gggggggGv1 BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COME MlM Etta Oar who has been vie lUng relatives and friends in Califor nia tot several months returned home last Wcdnecday She reports a very pleasant trip and likes the West very I muchGOOD FARM LAND WANTED Parties having about 100 acres of good farm land in Madison County or leasetwill do well to address The Citizen Berea Ky Miss Edith Early left Saturday July 4 for Wagersvllle Ettill County whore she will teach school this lull Mr J M Early started on the road Friday as traveling salesman hiss Lillian ChrUman left Thursday for Combs ICy where she will teach this fall The Citizen extends Its best wishes to all public school theynI efforts to the task of making Kentucky public tchpots what they should be Mr John Pearl ot London was in plantImove It to London and start a newspaper there Mr U C Pullln of Berot has just received notice from the patent of fire that he had been allowed a pat eat on a baRBssB cheek The cheek li an Improvement over all others the value of the patent Is a steel suing which oloMs the hook and holds the pin In placo BO It Is Im possible to lose It It will find A ready sale at depots express offices hotels mills eta This Is the fourth patent that Mr PulIIn has received the others being a patent on a match sate bee hive and wire stretchers Miss Bees Marsh left last Thursday for a visit to the West and is now in Pawnee City Nebraska Miss Emma J Hoagen formerly a teacher here and now connected with the Burning Springs school was In town from Monday to Wednesday when she left for Burning Springs She wag returning from a course at the Moody School In Chicago Mrs Edwards has returned from a visit with relatives in Ohio Prof Edwards left Monday for a six weeks visit among friends and relatives In OhioA party of townspeople enjoyed a pleasant day at Slate Lick Springs the 4th Many large dial cr baskets were in evidence as usual The after noon was devoted to different sports A ball game in which the ladles took part was most enjoyable and exciting Incidentally Rev Pasco chinned n beam more times than any man In the party tho Mr Brannaman wtui so satisfied that he could do It more times that ho would not try ese eeSTiQ8 c l+ i College Items 1 o o HERE AND THERE o 0800000000 i Prof Lewis called on Prof Roark of Richmond Thursday Prot Dizuey left torLaurel County Monday to attend institute there And Prof Rumold left for Pike County to attend institute there Prof Soale started Monday for Wllllamsburg Babourvllle and Som erset to attend the institutes at these places He will be gone three weeks E HL Gentry who is In charge of the colored schools of Paris has com pleted n very successful year and re ceives the congratulations ot Mayor OBrien and tho newspapers of the city upn the progress ot tho schools and the merit ot the closing extrclte U ZP F Use Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to catiWe carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R pratbct- T v Succcaaor to OolDcn Oroccrg Company lplxmclS4 noain Street Opposite CitJ3cu Office Mr Ernest Powers a former student at Berea is Ih Brooklyn working for Via MergenibaUr Linotype Co Mr Powers Is working under Mr J R Rogers the inventor ata linotype inaahlueMlBfM Lllllo and Laura Buroh who are students of Derm are on their way home from Cincinnati They will spend a few days in Berea Dr and Mrs Cowtay start Friday mornlug for Rochester Won where ho will study surgery under the Mayo Brothers Mrs John Herget the wife of the- Re John Herget of Cincinnati is spending the summer at the Ladles Hall She was joined Monday by the Rev C S Mason also of Cincinnati and his wife and daughter Mr aud Mrs Howard Hudson left Monday to join the college colony at monthIday from his recent trip North He was accompanied by hit little daugh ter Norman Frost left Tuesday to visit old Berea students in Estlll and Pow well Counties Jfe J K CaldwellCfptK who it an in terpreter in the American Embassy thereIn D Jones a former student who i now attending Walden University at Nashville Tenn was in town Mon dayA letter from Whitley Mays who is working for the American Sunday School Union In Clay County rays that be Is having good success and a pleasant time BIRTHS A nine and one halt pound boy was born to Mrs Ora Conn on Boone St July 4 Mrs Conn Is only elxteen years old the young mother and child are doing well Dr G E Porter is very happy over the arrival of a fine eight pound girl at his home July C Sir and Mrs Rugby are being con gratulated on the safe arrival of an eight pound boy last Thursday- Mr and Mrs S D Combs on Center Street are rejoicing over the arrival ot a baby boy at their home July 4th DRUNKEN MOB The Fourth was celebrated attar an uncivilized and drunken fashion Saturday afternoon at the depot An unusual mob of drunken men gathere near the depot after the trains ran and two rows were soon going on At ter a few little quarrels the gang ins broken up by a flit fight between a white and a colored man The white man was C Ballard who abused Fred Ballards boy Fred took up for his boy and they had a fist fight The blows soon brought the whole crowd to the scene some of the worst drunken with revolvers drawn DeputyI Marshals soon restored order and the men were summoned to appear before Justice Wilson Friday for trial Whisky seems to be in easy reach and the men Saturday seemed inclin ed to do as they pleated If such a congregation ai that which assembled near the depot Saturday should be come common our town would cease Ito boast of peace and goo I order STORE ROBBED Last Thursday night the grocery belonging to Combs Bros on Main Street was entered and the cash drawer torn open and robbed Evidently aslnowas entered by a side door next to the brick block the door was batter ed up and all the money In tho draw er was taken which was about 20 An effort was made to get the blood houndb from Lexington but they were out and the thieves went unmolested Mr Combs believes they knew about the money for he said it was the first time he had left any money in the drawer for six months The merchants should be on the watch for the trick la liable to be played New Bargain for You EIGHT ROOMHOUSE agl1lnI House with eight rooms two hallways and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with goodstock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five minutes walk of College Avery desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at once 11050 Sale good Title perfect I REPRESENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N Jt which has paid policy holders 25000000000 Policies absolutely nonforfeitable after first year The best is none too good for you and I have the best Call on or address G D HOLLIDAY THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MAN Bank Trust Building Berea Kentucky Everything for Ladies and Childrens Wear When you buy from us you secure the best goods I Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY AN EXPLANATION Why The Citizen Raised Price or Dropped Premium Several people do not seem to have understood the cause which forced The Citizen to make a change in its dealings with Its subscribers and some have not understood the change The situation is as follows The Citizen has for years done all it can to make It easy for poor folks to take the paper oDd has offered terms far better than any other paper we know of at the same time giving a better paper than any other Re cently even this good paper has been Improved and still further Improvements are planned These have met the approval of our subscribers but they cost money At the same time the expenses of printing a paper have Increased the cost of paper has nearly doubled the cost of work has gone up and so on till It appeared that the paper could not go on as It had been doing In fact it lost money for some time but made tio change because its managers hoped that the situation would Improve However the situat ion got worse instead of better Con gress refused to aid the newspapers and the ttme came when something had to be done Three things were possible we mlgh either get out a poorer paper or raise the price or make a change in the giving of premiums and credit Some papers are getting poorer instead of betterand are saving money that way Papers that are as good as ever are raising their price and cutting down credit As our subscribers are of the most Intelligent class we decid ed that they would nut like to have the paper made poorer and as it has always been our aim to work for the poor man we decided not to raise the price The only thing that was left was to make a difference about premiumsTho on which the paper will be sold from now on therefore are as follows The price to all is 100 a year for new subscriptions or for renewals No credit can be given for new subscribers beyond tour months No premiums will be given away but to continue the inducements which have helped so much WH shall be able to sell to subscribers only all the old premiums at less than cost For the knife we will charge 23 cents extra for the needle package or Farmers Rapid Calculator ten cents extra for the Mountain People of Kentucky a book CO cents extra and for the lite of Christ 100 extra Every one who has been taking the paper knows its worth and knows that it is better than auy other paper printed for the price We do not care to circulate the paper among people who do not want it or who take it simply to get the prem iums and this change makes it possible for any one to get the paper alone It be cannot afford the prem iums The premiums are still offered as inducements to those who like to get a bargain and they will find that they cannot get anywhere else ao good a paper and such fine premiums for anything like the same price In spite of his nauie the editor U a firm believer in sunshine The kind that gets into peoples hearts and gives thC smlla that will net come oft The following poem is a good illus tration of this creed of sunshine MY NEIGHBOR JIM Everything pleases my neighbor Jim When it rained he never complained But said that wet weather suited him There is never too much rain for me This Is something like said he When Earth was try as a powder mill He did not sigh because it was dry But said It he could have his will It would be his chief supreme delight To live whero the sun shone day and night When winter came with Its snow and ice Ho did not scold because it was cold But said Now this is real nice It ever from borne Im forced to go Ill move up north with the Eskimo A cyclone whirled along its track It did him harm it broke his arm It stripped the coat from off lila back- I would give another limb To see such a blow again said Jimt And when at length his years were tnld His body bont anti his strength all spent Jim was very weak and old Ir long have wanted to know lie rv said How it feels to die and Jim was dead Ex LeA Davis M D OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONES CIMTIRST S R BAKER DENTIST Orficm In dater BuildI Inc Richmond Street BEREA KY IOOlc hn frH S ticity rb US Teeth extracted without FolSretar- neENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CNN BROS Lancaster Ky HYDEH CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether Urge or small Js Js Jt oJ HYMN KY liTHE ERA OF PERFECT LOVE Julia Ward Howes Vision Boston June 29Julia Ward Howe has had a remarkable vision ot a new era for mankind Telling of the vision she said One night recently I experienced a sudden awakenldg 1 had a vision of a new era which U to dawn for mankind and in which men and women are battling equally unitedly for tile uplifting and emancipation ct the race from evil- I saw men and women of every clime like bees to unwrap the evils ot society and discover the whole web of vice and misery and to apply the remedies and also to find the influ ences that should best counteract evil and its attending suffering There seemed to be a new a won drous everpermeating light the glory of which I cannot attempt to put In human wordsthe light of the newborn and sympathy blazing The source ot this light was human en deavorImmortal purpose of count less thousands of men and women who were equally doing their part In the world I saw the men and women stand ing side by side shoulder to shoulder a common lofty and indomitable purpose lighting every face with a glory not of this earth All were advancing with one end In view one foe to trample one everlasting good to gain And then d saw the victory AH of evil was gone from the earth Misery was blotted out Mankind waa emancipated and ready to march for ward in a new era of human under standing allencompassing sympathy and everpresent help The era tf perfect love of peace passing under standing j KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kentucky State Fah LOUISVILLE SEPT 146 days Stanford July 283 clara Paris Sept 16 darIDanville August 51 days Liberty Aug 263 dl180 Winchester August 44 days Burkesvllle August 114 daysJI Lexington August 105 days Lancaster July 293 days 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not material ly affect our civilization Night caps are out of style anyhow f This country Is Importing very few diamonds but It Is getting ready to use all of those now on hand which are of the baseball variety j One man has thrown up a 250000 a year job just because of lIIhealth- It looks a bit strange that a man making all that money finds time to i get sick The little boy out west who tried the effect of a lighted match on a i keg of powder would no doubt have i become a boatrocker anyhow had be crown up A company has been organized to extract silver from sea water It Is not being capitalized by the same peo pie who undertook to get gold from sea water A Brooklyn schoolteacher has been frightened by a Black Hand letter i I OrdInarily you cant scare the city I schoolteacher with the black hand I Shes used to It with two such language why dont the Japanese and the Chinese make It a war of wordsT Chunks of speech thrown at each other certainly would inflict sufficient damage A St Louis preacher says girls x should not object when young men wish to hold their hands Naturally this leads to the suspicion that some St Louis girl has been objecting Charles M has shocked London by wearing a top hat with a short coat but we are assured that he has never appeared anywhere with tan shoes and a clawhammer Two thquaand errora were found In the books of California bank by the examiners The boofceepers In that In Rtitutlon must be in the habit of play fog baseball during the summer When the New York school board decided that teachers should not lambaste the pupils it should also have madp a regulatlqn forbidding pupils tq make faces at the teachers Naval critics tell us that a battle chip Is In a bad way when her armor belt II too low Of course not being human she cant bIke it up and an chor It with a safety pin Philadel phla Press That New York woman who stole 120000 worth of jewelry in order to maintain her social position gives one a rather poor Impression of what It takes to maintain ones social post lion in New York Prosperity must be sitting around picking Its teeth In Argentina these days During the season Argentina wasnt doing a thing but raising wheat and how that the crop la being marketed It cannot but be cheerful Australiaha manydogs and no rabies no hydrophobia If It were povMble to discover bow a century of absolute immunity has been brought abOut In that vast Island continent the world might learn a lesson worth knowing t Athletes to Fore of ing in By ALEXANDER of LoJIc Brown Inlvrralty I fIlEnE Effect Grow Interest Sports MEIKLEJOHN- Frofaaaor is no doubt that our popular gaines ua they are player many defects They are often tricky and unfair some coarse and brutal they are altogether too feverish it demand for victory they are too frequently used bJ tho gambler and the saloonkeeper as parts of the machinery of his business lint on the whole they are doing well a work which ii necessary They are providing wholesome recreation for young men of physical vigor and for older men who need relaiatiot from the strain of daily labor And further there is no othci set of activities which could at present take their place in promoting tin results which we seek from our popular recreations And further still Wt need more athletic sports more men playing more men interested more general devotion on the part of our men to clean gonurous athletic com petitions If anyone doubts the needof providing wholesome amusement foi our men let him go through the streets of one of our manufacturing towns in which just now the mills are closed for two or three days a week lit will find standing about the street corners hundreds of idle men who have either no means of enjoyment available or no proper sense of what they may do with their time when they are free to do as they please And tin tame is true of the idle rich as of the idle poor As a people we hint not yet developed proper sense of sane healthy selfcontrolled enjoy lent In this respect we are far behind the people of wostern Europe and it is time that we gavesome attention to the situation But though it be admitted that athletic games are bettor than the at tractions of the saloon the publio dance hall the race track the sterol corner it may be said that we might much better find amusement jn th concert hall the lecture room the picture gallery the woods and Holds than in athletic sports To this however there pro two answers First there is no reason whwe cannot have both sots of interests and unit as our colleges are trying to do athletic exercise with the general develop ment of all the powers And second ton great majority of our men tin athctio interest offers a stronger appeal against the lower forms of amuse ment than can any of the interests just mentioned The development of athletic sports may involve temporary economic loss but none the less it is desirable and necessary For the physical social and mental wellbeing of both players and communities tho interest in such sports should be enlarged It will not be easy to keep them fret from excesses and perversions but none the less we must take them and use them as best we may As a people we have learned perhaps too well the lesson of work One of the things which we now need is to learn how to play To smoke or not to smoke that is tin question The decision of the onofelopcdiai is that smoking is tutu least harmful of al luxuries That decision however is not wholly satisfactory Is smoking in modern tion harmful at all Nay may it not ever be beneficial P But before we can learn tit effect of smoking on health we Jiould know that tobacco which is classed osa narcotic is a stimulant in small docs This fact though well known to physiologists is noi so well known to the laity and is usually quite misapprehended ignored by populai writers on alcohol and tobacco Dr John H Oriscom and others who have themselves boon peculiar ly susceptible to tobacco have declared that it depressed the digestive circulating and muscular powers But this is true only when it is indulged in to excess We have the authority of John Flake if A liL B foe saying that narcotics moderately used instead of lowering nutrition will raise it instead of paralyzing they will invigorate Taken in a stun ulant dose tobacco is not only not a producer it is an avertcr of paralysis It is not only not a poison but it is a healthful reparatory stimulus The effect of any narcotic depends upon the amount of tho dote a smal dose having a directly opposite effect to that of a large dow But indi viduals vary some being narcotized by an amount that would stimuiatt othersIf one smokes it is important that he should avoid excess The evils of cigarette smoking arise from the fact that cigarette tobacco is mild Therefore nearly all cigarette smokers inhale and are consequently mud more quickly narcotized than are those who are content to draw the smokt merely into their mouths Cigar and pipe smokers generally do not in hale as such smoke is exceedingly irritating and disagreeable to tho lungs Further the writer has been informed by tobacconists that cigarette to bacco is moistened with a preparation of opium BO that it will adhere ant can be rolled If this is true it may explain also thu adhesiveness of the cigarette fiend to his habit Today leading physiologists agree that moderate smoking is harm less if not positively beneficial Certainly there are some persona win are peculiarly susceptible to tobacco and those would better not use it a oil Oothers can tako comparatively large quantities with little risk o narcosis Dr Parr would smoke 20 pipes in a single evening The illus trious Hobbes sat always wrapped in dense clouds of smoke while writing and yet managed to attain the ripe age of 92 A list of the great mar who have been smokers wod be very long Bismarck Carlyle Thack Bray Tennyson Ialoy Zola Ouizot and Cromwell were all great smokers and the brains at least of none of them Seem to tlllIpractice Science has clearly demonstrated the following systematic effects o modeiato smoking 1 It acts on the sympathetic ganglia increasing the flow of saliva gastric pancreatic and intestinal juices thus aiding di gcstiort 2 It gtimalotcs the medulla oblongata aiding the circulation 3 It stimulates the interstitial nervefibers aiding tho general assimila tion of prepared material I By increasing the nutrition of the bruit and spinal con it alleviates abnormal wakefulness and tremor So far from its being true that tobacco users are less healthy than other men tho reverse seems to ixs tho case This however may be due partly to the fact that men who cannot endure tobacco hate naturally delicate constitutions and weak resist iug power Any healthy vigorous man should beablii to smoke moderately with impunity HALSTEAD IS GONE LEADER IN AMERICAN JOURNAL ISM DIES AT CINCINNATI HAD BEEN ILL FOR MONTHS Sketch of His Long Career aa Editor War Correapondent and Writer- on National Political Topics Cincinnati Murat Halstead ono of the leaders In American Journalism for over halt a century and widely known as a vigorous editorial and magazine writer died at his home In this city Thursday afternoon In his seventyninth year At his bedside wore his wife his son Robert and one daughter Mrs Ar thur Stem Mr llalstcd had been failing In strength for several months and Wednesday suffered from cerebral hemorrhageMr Mrs Halstead celebrated their golden wedding anniversary a little more than a year ago at which time Mr Ilalsteads health seemed frail and as time passed ho grew weaker so that the news of his death was not wholly unexpected He was a native of Butler county 0 and after a short service on a lit erary weekly ho In 1853 became con nected with the Cincinnati Commer clot in which he secured u small in terest a year later becoming chief owner In 1865 Nearly SO years later his paper was consolidated with the Gazette and he was editorinchief of the combined newspaper until years afterwards when another consolidation was effected now owners securing controlFor a time he was editor of the Brooklyn StandardUnion and during the last ten years he has figured largely as a magazine and special newspaper writer besides Issuing a number of books on current matters of historical Interest In the civil wur Mr Ilalatcad personally reported mauy battles being rated aa a war corre spondent of the first elasa and later In tho FrancoGerman war and also In the SpanlshAmetlcnn war he added to his reputation IB that line For 50 years he attended and reported all Republican national OlIO ventions and In 18CO he was the only newspaper man who reported all the varfed political eonvtmlloBS of that year TEN YEARS FOR BARTNETT Prominent Railroad Man Sentenced for Irregularities San Krnnclsco Walter J Hart nett formerly vleepreatdttnt and general counsel for the Western Pa rifle railway and vlcoprealdent and general counsel for the California Safe Deposit and Trust Company which failed In this city last November for about 9000000 Will Wednesday ten tented to the San Quentin peniten tiary for ten years by Superior Judge Conley Hartnett was convicted of having hypothecated bonds nnd securi ties to the amount of 205000 belonging to the estate of Ellen M Colton of which ho was special administrator Bartnetfs counsel Immediately took an appeal after sentence was passed Hartnett la well known In railroad and financial circles In New York ONE KILLED IN COLLISION Baggageman DIes In Railway Wreck at Des Moines la- Des Moines laOne man Will killed three wore seriously Injured and a half dozen were slightly hurt when a Great Western work train crashed Into the Rock Island lndlanola local at the East Sixteenth street crossing Wednesday at 1138 a m The truck of a tender on the work train pasted entirely Into the smoking car of the Rock Island passenger train penning seven passengers In the rear end of the car The turning of the coach hurled three trunks onto the prostrate form of Baggageman W H I Urbahns so Injuring him that lie died In the hospital Rhoda Brother Arrested Chicago Birch F Rbodus Ed ward T Rhodus and Thomas Rho dUI wera arrested late Monday afternoon charged with using the malls In a schema to dofraud The three broth era organized And promoted the Cen tral Life Securities company and I numerous subsidiary corporations through which they are alleged to have obtained 3000000 In the last few years Nine Killed In Collision ICnobnostcr MoThe fast Call fornla special train from St Louis on tho Missouri Pacific railroad col tided with an equally fast St Louis train from Kansas City two miles cant of here at 630 oclock Thursday morning Nine persons were killed all on the traIn from Kansas City and at least CO were Injured Big Fire In a Lumber Yard I Waubnshene OntFlro In the lumber yard of A 0 Chew at Tanners vlllc near hero Thursday destroyed 7000000 feet of lumber 2000000 laths 3000 railway tics 60000 broom handles 13 Grand Trunk cars and 11 tram cars Beheads Her Five Chi tlren Kherson A woman residing In a nearby village has been placed under arrest on the cbVrgo of having chopped the heads off five of her own chit dren with an ax THE WHALES BANQUET Story of an Interesting Social Func tion of the Sea now the billows are rolling tonight said Mrs Pickerel The Stormy Petrel Is taking his revenge for tho slight given his fam ily replied Mrs Piko I wonder If this will Interfere with the Whales carnival I hope not for wo are all ready and the disappointment would be I great But I heard Mr Whale spouting for all he was worth this morning be cause the Sword Fishes had been In vited What objection should he have to the keen witted Sword Fishes when he himself Invited the Codfish aris tocracy Indignantly replied Mrs PikeThey claim the distinction of descending from the family King Fish and the ancient Indian Saw Flab cold the demure little Miss Perch who had been quietly listening to the squabbleThe Finn more likely retorted Miss Shell nab Count Oyster remarked the other evening whispered Mrs Rasa to Mm Pickerel that Mrs Slue Fish and her family were of the Gold Fish aria tocracy O yes rejoined Mm Mackerel and they only succeeded In securing an Invitation to tho Whales reception by reason of their children attending school You no doubt have heard of the great School of Whales 0 yea my children attended the Whale School replied Mrs Bass Mrs Sturgeon rushed In exclaim IngMTho Sea torsos are ready What A primitive way to go to threat ball of the Whales aald Mrs Stickleback The Walrus fatally la going by cable but I suppose wo should be pleased to get there any wayWhen they arrived at the gorgeous submarine palace of the ftniftbilM where the Whale were holding their wonderful reception they beheld tscene that dazzled tho eye The brilliant Chetoclora and Bates then the beauties of the tropical zone wero receiving with the host white King Crab and the Butterflies of the ocean held forth with the luminous Pholodes and the Shark The Bttxs trio Pool and Phosphorescent Afaar added to tho brilliancy of the seen During the night of the featlvltlea Count Oyster Invited the hosts daugh ter to take a stroll through Oyster Park There ho presented her with a beautiful pearl Mies Whale was overjoyed but the act caused a feel ing of jealousy In the Hah family They resented the attentions of tbe count and the way he monopolized the belle of the evening The Ann lIdel Sea Snails and Star- Fishes wer sworn enemies of the Oyster family and succeeded In draw- Ing his fair companion away There ensued a battle never to be forgotten Count Oyster met death bravely The news of the tragedy spread rapidly through tho banquet ball and Instantly the festivities ceallldITho Sea Flah and Sword Fish family attacked the host and hostess who were trying to throw 11 on the troubled waters King Crab folowed by the Plkes Pickerels and Mackerels made their escape as did the celebrated Hah family The only ono left to witness tho affair was Mrs Stickleback She with her hoiteao stood talking to Miss Perch when the trouble start ed Miss Perch slipped In with the Pikes but poor little Mrs Stickleback crawled Into a crovlco and remained there till n chance name to escape Mrs Stickleback returned home sat lifted with her means of conveyance and vowed never more to leave the dwelling place of her ancestors among ho seaweed Today the Stickleback family can be seen ruling over the sea gross and vegetation of the ocean If you are near tho shore at tho close of day listen attentively and you can hear a whizzing and see the sea graaaea moving It Is the time when the elder Sticklebacks are relating tho story of Mrs Sticklebacks remarkable escape from that famous Wholes banquet Cor oclla Gaffney In Boston Globe THESE ARE EASY TO DRAW Try Them and Sea tor Youraalf Speech U the small change of al lOIlCe FOR YOUR OWN FKOM Girls Can Make Pretty Sash Curtain fd for tha Wlrdowa With some firm straws and gocditstrong whlto string We will melee a sash certain for tho window of yci i own mom as the little girl IK doing e In tho Illustration Loop about 30 strands on 12 large tacks driven In a 1 straight lino across the top edge of a board Mako sac row of knots ant before forming Uc next row slide apiece of straw onfnch long on pact of tho two strings which are to be knotted together A ends of the string must be molatcnod and brought together In a point Ir order that they may more easily bo treaded through tho straw Tho letter It In Fig 2 shows the straw with the ends of the string run through It and U gives a straw higher up on the strings After each straw Is put Into place knot the strings Immediately underneath Ux f 4 Fig 1rMaking Her Own 3aih Cur talna prevent the atraw from sliding out ot iwnltlon Fig 2 shows how to manage the work Let the bottom of the wet end In a fringe Take the loops off from the tacks when the onrtaln la fin ished and slide them on a straight slender stick which you fatten to tLc 2How the Work la Cone IFig by resting Ute w4a of the stick through loops of tape lacked on the aides of tho wimlew frame at the right distance up from the ledge ol the window If poiilblu let all the net work te made of pliable soft material It la eaaler to handle and thu reatilU ao much prettier A FLYING MACHINE You Can Have Lots of Fun If You Will Make This Ona A feather flying machine in A very simple thing to make Trot It will only fly up aa there are no wings to sup port It when flying horizontally Tho I The Feather Flying Machine I motive power la furnished by L whalebone bow which causes tho aerial screws to revolve aa It uu bends For this model you vrlll need eight feathers Tfley should be selected of thp same size carttullyI J The best are good stiff wing From them form twp screws by stick ing them In corks as in the Illustra lion one mutt be arranged to revolve to the right the other to the left because the bowstring turns the er- In one direction whllo the reaction tends to turn tho lower one In the op poslte way and If both screws wero righl handed or latt handed they would work against each other and produce little or 50 effect The upper screw is fastened to thr spindle while time lower la attached to the bow Tho spindle turns In a hole bored through the lob and Into the cork It moves freely because It simply rests In tho hole and Is not fastened to the lower screw Tho bow string Is tied to the spindle near the top Wben finished hold the lower screw In one hand and turn tb nppor withi the other until the string 14 all wound on the spindle Now let gu the upper screw and toss It gently Intrt this air when It wilt fly until 11w bow Ualtbteta t OHIO AERONAUTS t ARE MAGNANIMOUS IPIlOTO OF THE CINCINNATI GIVE UP CHANCES TO WIN TO HELP RIVALS MEN HAVE NARRbW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING All Balloon In the Endurance Con test Alight and Have Harrowing Experiences Crossing Lake Mich loan Chicago July GTho Cblcago to Ocean balloon race ended Sunday t nigh when this last of tho nine con U tnntH camo to earth at West Shot tonl Quebec 800 miles from tho IItar In4 tolht This cruel was tho Fielding owned 07 F J Fielding of San Antonio Tex 11 covered approximately 100 mllca moro than Its nearest competitor and is also believed to havo captured the rUo for the balloon which remained In I1le nlr iho longest The contest woe marked by several thrilling escapes from drowning The VIII le Dieppe dropped Into Lake Michigan soon after tho start and for nn hour or moro Col A L Mueller and George Schoenook Its pilots wero wept across tho surface finally arriving with their craft to a height of 7000 feet from which they descended to Hontoji Harbor Mich A similar experience fell to the lot of C H Porlso and J D Case crew of the Illinois While endeavoring to nf fctt a landing near Lako Ontario their balloon tell into the Hay ot Qulntc Tho aeronauts had donned Ufo preservers and managed to keep afloat until a yacht put Oit tram Glen bland and rescued them The fato of their balloon Is not known hero Purrlgoi message to hU family stated that he and Casa were oats The third serious accident took place near Clinton Ontario The balloon Columbia ooHld not be ooutrolltd by CmtM M Paterson awl C H Letter Mad they wore dashed against trees and dragged through barb w tred tenors Hath were painfully Injured Th landing places of the balloons vrcr a1 follows Fleldluc West Snefford Qaebrc- Amerka fanoavllK Mich King KA ward Port Huron Midi Chicago Ac sod Oni United State Ptnkertni Button Oat Columbia Clinton On Cincinnati Covert Mich Illinois Glee Island Ont VIII Dt Illcpi tVnton Harbor Mich Col A K Mueller anti U or 8 ho uerk the aeronauts who sulb I IB the Krencft balloon Vlllo I h l4pt cam to earth near Son h Karen Mich during tHe night having IHFO drastl fur mites shag tho sur tart of Iaks MIcblKim The ftcrwuuu of the Cincinnati MW tile ltMWt r to lie VIII De Dieppe Raid landed IB Covert MI ok In order to cml n MMMj to the Ute savlnj statbks notifylBK thorn of the acci dent FLAMES FANNED BY HIGH WIND Razed Over a Hundred Buildings In Haytl Capital Port Au Prince Haytl July GA no tions flro broke out hero Sunday all ernoon In tho vicinity of tho palace and senate buildings The flames were abroad quickly by a high wind and icon reached alarming proportions More than 100 buildings were burn ed Including tho court house and Iho inrUon All the prisoners among them a number of women were taken to other quarters before the building took tire Sparks Ignited tho arsenal which was also burned together with stores of powder and ammunition Tho destruction of the arsenal wax actom pooled by many explosions The lira men were aided by the populaco in fighting tho flames and n force front tho French cruiser CbaiisoloupLoubet For II tlmo panic prevailed but later as tho Intensity of the firo diminished tho people became more calm though heavy explosions in the arsenal con tinned Several hours after the fire started tho station of the cablo company near Iho arsenal was surrounded by Itimoa aad it Is probable that communication by that meant will be interrupted Three WhileBathing Wildwood N J July GThree Phil idelphlnns Miss Frances Maxwell aped 19 tIlls Helen Golding aged 21 and Harry Martin aged 23 years were drowned Sunday near Anglcitca willie bathing and before their absence was discovered by life guards Tho sudden disappearances caused considerable excitement among tho hundreds of balhcrs out at tho time Tho bodies were recovered Sunday night by tho life guards Died From trioAccident Joplin Mo July IIHov Simpson Ely a famous Christian church oven RCIIat died Sunday night 11 hours utter ho was Jolted ort and thrown on Jib head by an electric car from which the was attempting to alight Negro Lynched Flora Miss July 6 Hungry from starvation after hiding in too low lands fti several days Alex Hall ne- gro wanted for an attack on Duke Murphy n planter came forth Sunday aad was lynched by men andboyn IITS AN ILL HOT WIND THAT LOWS NO GOOD BEATS HEARST IN RECOUNT MCLELLAN WINS MAYORALTY CONTEST IN NEW YORK Long Drawn Out Litigation Is Ten minated Jury Verdict Or dared by Judge New York Georgo U McClellan was declared to have been duly elected mayor of New York over W U Hearst In 190S by Justice lambort Tuesday and by the justices orders the jury returned a verdict to that effect This for tho present at least terminates the George B McClellan longdrawn litigation Instituted by MrI Hearst Involving the enactment of 111 law providing for a recouat Title Ml McClnllan with a pluralityI if nearly 3000 and counsel AllIJen W S Jackson who wnrranto proceedings against tho may m was unable to prove his contention that the ballot boxes wore stuffed Justice Lambert directed the jury to find n verdict for Mayor McCloIIau upholding Mr McClellans election In his address to the Jury Justice ambert said that no fraud had been proved In tho case end It he should permit the disfranchisement of citi zeus on such slight evidence this country would last but a very short time TALLEST OF SKYSCRAPERS Cqultiblc Life Will Erect a SlxtyTwo Story Structure New York Plans for a new sky scraper which will overtop all New York lofty building and tho flagpole of which will pierce the sky at n greater height than the Eiffel Tower In Paris tho highest structure In tho world were flied Monday by arch toots for tho Equitable LIfo Assurance society with tho building department The projected building for the Equitable will be a 62story structure 909 feet from the curb to tho tip of the tower upon which will bo stepped a flagpole 150 feet In length The ball on the flagpole will bo 74 foot higher than tho 9S5 toot stool EVfcl Tower Francis G Bailey Escape Puerto Cortez Honduras Francis 3 Dalley tho president of the Export Shipping company of Now Jersey who together with his brother Albert W Ralley Charles H H Myers and Capt Albert Oxloy was placed aboard the Norwegian steamer Utateln Tuesday In custody of Lieut P W Beery of the New York police department made his escape lu n small boat from the steamer Tuesday night The boat was found on the beach Wednesday morning A search fa being made by soldiers In the woods nnd swamps Record Year for Shipbuilding Washington The bureau of navl gation treasury department an nounced Wednesday that the fiscal year ontfad Tuesday was the record year ot American shipbuilding and that the center of tile Industry Is on tho srenl lakes During tho year 1GOC vessels of C88C27 gross tons were built and numbered in the United States of whIch 75 steel steamern or 304479 gross tons were built on the great lakes Tho largest annual out put heretofore was In J855 when 2024 vessels of 583450 tons were built DISASTER IN RUSSIAN MINE At Least 2CO Men Killed by an Ex plosion of Gu Yunovo European Russia A ter rible explosion of gas occurred In tho Rlkovaky mine Wednesday evening In which a large number ot miners were at work One hundred and flftytoren bodies have been recov ered all of which are badly burned but It Is believed that the death roll will reach at least 200 Seventythree of the men were res cued alive Thursday but many of them are In a serious condition Ten of the rescued died soon after being taken out of the shaft There Is great excitement here and troops havo boon called Into service to prevent dluor den Altogether 550 men were working In tho great mine when the explosion occurred The first Intimation of the dUailer received by those above ground came In the form of what ap peered to bo an earthquake The earth trembled violently for nn Instant the houses rocking as if thay wore about to oollapiso- IB another Instant flames that out of the mouth of the mine to a great height The outburst of fire was fol lowed by a tow seemingly mnflnit roar and then the ctUaons realized there bad been an explosion under ground The rush for the mine at once began The mouth of the mine was left nl most Intact after the explosion Fans wore set golllg and It was of intake Then rescue work was started THREE SUICIDES IN MILWAUKEE One Man Wills His Ashes to a Girl for Toothpowder Milwaukee Three suicides In Mil waukee in one day Is tho record for some time past Two of the victims 4 f4ucuisual requests One a crippled bootblack named Walter Harnes left n note addressed to a local physician requesting that his body be dlcsectcd In order to ascertain what was the matter with his legs R Schultz whose body was found hanging In the woods left this re questI wish to be cremated and hereby will my ashes to Miss Meta Guettner 618 Twentysecond street who can use them for toothpowder Wilson on Western Tour Washington Secretary of Agricul ture Wilson left Thursday night for an extended tour of the west in the inter oat of the work which the department Is conducting In that section of tho country The trip will be in the na turo ot a vacation as tho secretary has been pretty closely confined to his desk for the past ten months He will atop en route at Traor his Iowa homo for a few days rest prior to visiting the various western states Tho secretary probably will bo gone for more than a month Mrs Mae Wood Indicted New York Mao C Wood the Omaha woman who sued United States Senator Thomas C Platt for dl vorce was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday on charges of perjury and forgeryMiss Wood In charged with having signed Senator Plaits name to a doc ument acknowledging her as his wife The perjury Indictment Is based on Miss Woods testimony In tho divorce action when she testified that she was married to the senator at the Fifth nvcnuo hotel In 1901 Ccuple Not Guilty of Murder Champaign IIIAfter two hours do liberation the jury returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of Elcazef Oneal nnd Mrs Gertie Plerson charged with tho murder of Lomo Plerson the womans husband near I Fooalaud 111 three months ago Ohio Pauports Interdicted Columbus OTbo federal authori ties at shlngton have Interposed and stopped the Issuance of the so called passports to travelers from tho cfllco of the governor of Ohio WRIGHT ENTERS CABINET SUCCEEDS WILLIAM H TAFT AS SECRETARY OF WAR Republican Presidential Candidate Clean Up Matters and Turns Attention to Campaign Washington Tuesday was Wil liam Howard Tafts last day as sec retary of war After innny years of service to his government as a justice of United States courts as governor general of the Philippine Islands as secretary of war and as the special representative of the government on several delicate and Important diplomatic nilxalons he relinquished Tues day night the performance for a time at least of duties as an official of the United States The formal transfer of the war de pertinent from tho administration of Secretary Taft to that of Secretary Luke E Wright his successor did not take place until Wednesday but the work of the department was brought up to date by Mr Taft before ho left his desk Tuesday evening and Secretary Wright entered upon his n Luke E Wright new duties with substantially a clean slate Tho last duty to be performed by Secretary Taft was tho formal pres entation of his successor to Assistant Secretary Oliver and to the bureau and division chiefs of tho war depart meat With his best wishes to Secretary Wright for his successful administra tion of the great department tho af fairs of which ho has been chosen to Administer Secretary Taft became once moro a private citizen From that moment until tho fateful day of the election next November ho will do vpte himself assiduously to his cam paign for the presidency of the United StatlIEnglish Array In Maneuvers Compared to That of Germany London Tho mobilization of all HrltlBh warships In home waters avail ablu for Immediate service was com plated Tuesday for tho annual naval maneuvers and Admiral Lord Charles Uercsford finds himself In supreme command of a total of not less than 301 ships with an aggregate com plement of 68000 officers and mono With the exception of the coast guards all these men are on tho active list of the navy Local pride ln tho record size of this fleet Is pronounced and the newspapers while they proclaim that the qrray of such a force In the North sea Is In no manner connected with Ger many do not fall Incidentally to com pare this the greatest fleet ever as bembled In tho history of the world with the fleet of 62 vessels with which Germany recently carried out her North sea maneuvers 1 F JACOBSON FOR GOVERNOR Madison Man Nominated by the Min nesota Republicans St Paul UnnIn a single session lasting but three hours the Minnesota Republican convention Wednesday nominated Jacob F Jacobson of Madi son for governor and adopted a plat form Indorsing the work of the Chi cago convention and pledging the party in Minnesota to continue the work of railway regulation- Mr Jacobson was nominated by ac clamation after Attorney General Ed ward T Young and Samuel P Snider of Minneapolis opposing candidates had withdrawn and seconded the nom nation of tho Medlson man Beats All Airship Records Frledrlcnshafen Count Zeppelin Wednesday outdistanced all world records for steerage balloons He re matured In tho air for 12 hours trav ersed the greater part of northern Switzerland and visited Zurich Win terthur and Lucerne attaining an average speed throughout of 34 miles an hour Gov Cummins Not to Resign Des MoInes laoov Cummins Thursday authorized the statement that ha will not resign from the office of governor and stated that there was never any serious consideration of the matter on his part Three Children Burn to Death Windsor CalThree small chll dren of Mr and Mrs Adams Claus wore burned to death Thursday after ndon in afire which destroyed the house occupied by the family The parents were absent LlKentucky Gleanings 1 1 MOlt Important lrewsGOV WILLSONS STAFF Meet and OrganizeWere Entertained By Col Hendrick Frankfort KyooY Willaons per lonal staff met here for tho first time tad organized They were entertained it dinner by Col Buford Hendrick During the dinner Informal speeches were made by the governor and memo born of the staff The complete staff Is as follows Adjutant general P P Johnston as ilttant adjutant general Llge Green judge advocate general W G Dear ing Louisville Dr Frank Boyd Pa lucah surgeon George A Newman A T McDonald Thomas H lays Louisville J W McCulloch Owens boro Otto A Brclth Newport T A Field Ashland 011 Barrows Owens boro Clarence R Mengel Marlon E Taylor C S Millard A H Egan J L Hackelt W P Semple W E Kopp Louisville Buford Hendrick Frankfort Milton H Young Lexington Frank Coles Ashland DEFICIT IN TREASURY Of Kentucky at Close of Fiscal Year Troubles Officials Frankfort KyAt the end of the fiscal year there remains in the state treasury only 13337360 and 150001 of warrants outstanding Gov Wlllson and Treasurer Ed Ear ly held a conference and while they admitted the situation looked serious they took no steps to remedy the sit uatlonA showing the amount In the treasury each year for the last four gives the shrinkage as follows July 1 1905 J43734316 July 1 1906 323 04963 July 1 1907 29224298 July 1 1908 13337960 The expenses of the fiscal year end tIlt were not as great as they will be this year because of appropriations by the last general assembly Now After the Police Lexington Ky Following his action In demanding the resignation of the 42 firemen of this city end hold Inf them for acceptance at any time ho sees fit Mayor John Skaln an nounced that he will subject every policeman in the city exclusive of offi cars to strict examination and may demand nil resignations as ho said his would naturally follow In case any man deserved discharge at any time Cutting the Price of Beer Paducah Ky Saloonkeepers are profiting as the result of a fierce war between brewery agents and the local brewojy which started nnd was caused by rebating Caso beer has been cut from 240 to 160 barrels from 8 to 5 and half barrels from U to 250 Still lower prices aro In prospect Death of Mrs Mary Leonard TobIn Frankfort KyMrs Mary Leonard Tcbln widow of the lato Lawrence To bin and mother of former Mayor Richard TobIn of this city died after n brief illness She is survived by a large family of children Her bus band was one of the prominent demo cratic politicians of tho state Newlw In Force Louisville KyTho new regain tlons with respect to branding whiskies have gone into effect here and all of the distillers and members of the trade are obeying to the letter tho in junction of tho law in regard to plan tug a card on each barrel detailing the constituents of its contents Licking Mill Incorporated Covington Ky Articles of incor pcration of the Licking Rolling Mill Co were recorded in tho county clerks office The capital stock Is C 0000 The plant is in Covlngton Tho company will manufacture Iron nnd steel and purchase and sell coal Chinn Sued CovIngton KyPhil Chinn ton ot Col Jack Chinn was made the defendant In a suit In the Kenton circuit court W C Scott publisher of a pa per Is the plaintiff and claims Chinn Is Indebted to hint for 21016 for al lcged advertising in the paper Troops Are Relieved Frankfort Ky Adjt Gen Johnston hilL ordered the detachment of Corn party II Second regiment ot Hartford under command of Capt Ueweeso to return homo They will be joined at 1101 ton by the troops sent to protest Dr Champion who are also relieved Buys Clay Plant Fullerton Ky Owing to bad health H G Thomas has sold put his interest In tho Tygart Firebrick Co at McCall this county to Charles Taylor Sons ot Cincinnati Tho stock consists of several hundred acres of fine clay lands Caught After Exciting Chase Lexington KyWm Crumbaugh a negro under Indictment for Illegal vot ing who has been among tho missing since last November was arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Rogers and Wllkcr con after an exciting chase Fraud Alleged In Timber Deal Hopklnsvlllo KyJ M Burgess was arrested hero on a warrant sworn out V F T Smith charging him with ob talnlng money under false pretenses Smith alleges that in a timber deal Burgess defrauded him out of lGOO KENTUCKIAN KIDNAPED I Friends of Missing Farmer Think Ha Has Been Murdered Hopklnsvllle Ky Some of tho sol diets who have been stationed In Trigs county canto hero and left it Is be lined for Cobb Caldwell county A permanent camp it is believed will be established there The latest depr- Edations In Western Kentucky arc reported to have taken place In the ter ritory between Cerulean Springs and Cobb There Is a persistent rumor that a young farmer near the Caldwell county line was taken out of his house on the night of May 17 by night riders and has not boon heard from since One theory Is that he was murdered as he had been previously threatened A barn In tho same neighborhood was destroyed by fire while the owner was away It is reported that the people of Cobb aro much opposed to having soldiers stationed there and that they will refuse to sell the camp supplies HARRISON ELLIOTT An Aged Farmer Is Found Hanging In His Barn CovIngton Ky Griefstricken and despondent over the recent death ot his wife Harrison D Elliott aged 69 a farmer of Morning View Ky 22 miles south of hero hanged himself in his barn Mr Elliott did not appear for break fast as usual Several of his children looked for him thinking he vas in the field Going to the barn they found him hanging by a halter to a rafter Neighbors cut the body down and sent for a physician who pronounced htm deadMr Elliott was about to dispose ot hula small farm with a view of paying the funeral expenses of his wife Five children survive him Coroner Tarvln viewed the remains and found that Elliott had committed suicide Pipe Line Survey Fullerton KyTho Columbia Gas Electric Co of Cincinnati has fin- Ished the survey for its pipe line from tho West Virginia fields to tho Ohio river completing the longest survey for this purpose In tho whole world The line crosses the Big Sandy river north of Louisa and strikes this count at Cannonsburg extending down Tygarts creek Interurban Extension Lexington KyThe directors of tho Central Kentucky Traction Co at a meeting authorized tile building ol an Interurban line from Lexington to Nlcholasvlllc a distance of 12 miles The present interurban system ex tends to Paris Georgetown Versailles and Frankfort Tho now lino will hardly bo completed bcforo next spring I To Hold Primaries on December 1 Henderson KyTho democratic committee of the Fifth judicial district composed of Henderson Webster and Union counties fixed tbo district primary election for Tuesday Decem her 1 1908 for the purpose ol nomi nating candidates for the offices ot cir cult judgo and commonwealth attorney Less Liquor Tax Paid Frankfort KyThe temperance wave has caused a slight falling off In collections in the Internal revenue de partment of the first division of tha 7th district for the fiscal year A com parison of ths collections follows For 19067 1856299 for 19078 1 6SB050 decrease 161245 Formed State Body Tx ulsvllle KyA delegation ot boomers went to Eminence whero a conference on better highways was held Former Lieut Gov Thorne made the address of welcome and Gov Wlllson was among the speakers Tho State Good Roads association waa formed Want An Immigration Agent Frankfort KyAt a meeting of the state board of agriculture forestry and ImmIgration here a resolution was adopted authorizing the commissioner M tiv Rankln to employ an Immigra lion agent for Kentucky at a cost not to exceed 2000 a year Bracken Gets Her Share Augusta Ky Equity officials bare are in rec lptofa check for 19000 In part payment for 1906 Equity tobacco shipped from this county This makes 91000 sent into this county during the past two weeks in payment for Equity tobacco Necro Officer Shot Loulavlle KyIn a fight between a posso and a negro county patrolman Stove Lewis and John Teal n negro desperado wero wounded The negro lit alleged to have broken Into u store Ho was trailed by bloodhounds s Set Off Veleanf Paducah KyA miniature volcano of sand and powder got active when touched off by Lloyd Emery 10 yean- ed son of W C Emery and his eye brows and lashes were burned ort Ha tr was tie first Fourth victim Twice In Same Place Lot isville KyStato Flro Marshal Nelklik Is investigating bet blaze which destroyed tho Rlchelleu hotel with 13550 loss Two distinct fires broke out In tha building and IncendUv rUra Is suspected e J J4 d 4 4 L If 1 II Q I East Kentucky Correspondence I I News You Get Nowhere Else I o Ho oomip adtoc psEnebtd nolMi tltiel IB Jan by the writer The urn a ll lot tor ribllcatioi Eat a u rriltiM el toot WtS Wrttt pUinly ososososososeso esosvsososcioYosomesosaefesosoiotesi MADISON COUNTY ma HILL Big Hill July 4Sunday school at this place has gone down We are 1n need of a superintendent Miss Lucy Hayes has returned from a visit in Whitley County and will begin her school July 6We had a good rain July 3rd Farmers are laying by their corn Blackberries are ripening fast and the children are rushing to get thru with them and get read for school Bill Simpson and famllj are moving frm Berea to Big Hlll Mrs James Asbury is selling recipes for canning fruit without cooking it which will be a great help in canning fruit Mrs Willie Settle and family spent Sunday with Phllllj Hayes and family Next Saturday and Sunday are the regular days for preohlng at Pilot Knob church OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAM CITY Island City July 3Pople are all thru laying by eornI C MeGeorge and Mrs Minnie McCkorge lbltet W B Roberts Saturday and Sunday Daniel Bowman and wife of BEret are visiting their old friends and rel ative at this plea Alfcoit Bowman filled hU regular appointment at Walnut Grove Sunday with a Jan attendance Robert Wood of Jack ton County was In Island Creek Sun dayMr Adam organised a Sunday School at Oak Grove with a large attendance Everybody setm to ap predate Mr Adama CLAY COUNTY SltXTOXj OR1IUK Sextons Creek July 3SChool will begin at Spin the lath with D G Wood of Jackson County teacher Wm Steward of Island City las quit biacksmlihlnr sad ls now clerking for Mrs Julia Campbell W X Burch and wife went to Burning Springs Wednesday to have tome dental work done Charley Sextons little son Jimmie died Tuesday evening His remains wore laid to rest at the old burying ground at Nathan Hunter The funeral ceremony was performed by the Wood men Blevlns Hudson who has been ill for quite a while with rheumatism Is out agalnJ H Sandlin went to Manchester Wednesday on builnea Mrs Ellen Burch and little son Noah are visiting Mrs Rhoda Edwards cf Gray Hawk this week Sam Saylor and wife paid his father a visit Sat urday accompanied by W N Buroh and family The public school Ml begin at this place the OthG W Hunter is at work for the stave and lumber oempany located at CrestwU berg Sunday School is moving nicely here RMKMSTLE CIUITY IMSrUTANTA- Dispjjlnnta July LWe have bad lots of rain In this part of the neigh borhod Rev J W Lambert filled his regular appointment at Gear Creek Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Huston Rowlett a fine boy July 1 Misses Myrtle and Bertha Rowlett visited Mrs Sam uel Crouoher Sunday evening Nora t Hammond gave the young folks a so cial Saturday All reported a fine UmeMr and Mrs Wesley Abney visited Mr and Mrs G V Owens Saturday nightMr and Mrs Pearl Gadd visited Mr and Mrs F F Mill er Saturday night Mr and Mrs Tay lor Abney visited their daughter Mrs O M Payne Sunday Mrs Sis Croucher who Is low with consump tion Is no better Mr Ben T Mc Queen who had his leg amputated some time ago is not expected to live but a abort time Harvey Miller of Berea visited Mace Miller of this place GOOCHEAXn Goochland July 4Rev Dillard Parker preached to a large crowd tt Pleasant Hill Sunday night John W Phillips Is again on the mall route from Goochland to Livingston John W Cox will begin his school Monday John C Phillips attended court at Mt Vernon last week Wm Jones was at Sand Gap Wednesday end Thursday on business Sheep buyers are all the go In this partDr Jones will preach at Sycamore Sunday John Abrams has been cutting Joiner Coxs grassJ L Jones and wife attended church at Pine prove Sunday conducted by Rev Pasco of Berea Elmer Isaacs of Morris Valley was in town Friday Drummer I John Lear of Middlefork is a steady visitor In our townJ W Phillips I baVacceptod a posltlun traveling for- dJ grocery house In Cincinnati Rich ardWil was vlsltlag near Climax lastweekJohn W Johnson has bought a mowing machine Hauling Lf in this part Is almost a thing of the I past ItOIIINKT Roblnet July 4Ike Harrison bas sold lIB property to John Mullln and Martin Milt Carpenter and Sid Martin were in Llvlngtson Friday J W and Grann Carpenter of Dan go attended the Masonic lodge at Livingston last Saturday night Mrs Donle Harrison Is visiting home folks this week Lafayette Smith of Dan go was found last Friday with two blocks of coal tied around his neck and was almost drowned when found by his granddaughter Mary Carpen ter who has been shot is gutting along very well CLIMAX Climax July aMrs Peter Leger departed this life a few days ago lie remains were laid to refit near the house in the Durham graveyard Death also visited the home of Mr and Mrs H Mttll n IU took away Weir infant child Their home 5s In BM Idaho The eorJIH- 1IroJPt was to the home ginveyard UUIS Qautoy July iQuite a crowd at wnelflt church at Kedhlll Sunday The R v C C Wilson is conducting a series of meeting a Redhlll thus week Everybody teem interested Alvch and May Bramnwtt of Corfcln are spending this wk with their uncle F M PonderMiss Susan Met calf U here from Livingston with relatives for a few dYIEllbufc Dante of Clay County U visiting Jno McDanitfl for a while The Hedhlll drool will begin Monday July 13 filth Dnn Ponder as Instructor W1TIle1t Withers July 7Mrs Carrie Copp lira Mary Luetzel and Miss Lull Cunert of Louisville are visiting riends and relatives during the bol- ldaralIr Harvey Curry is very low Mr W H Singleton and his sister IlM Hallie are visiting friends n Hamilton 0 this week The Odd Fellows of Mt Yernon Lodge No 319 pve a supper to u members and UHlIr lady friends last Saturday night and all reported a nice time Miss Pearl Mullins ilea Just returned from flulsvlile where she was operated on for appendicitis She is getting along all right and will soon be well IgalnRev Wilson the Evangelists holding protracted meetings at ledhill this week He teems to be a very able preacher and everybody likes to hear hlmrs W S Sut- UI8 has Jtut returned from a visit to ter mother of Cincinnati Miss Ida lolllne began her school Monday 1th a good attendance in spite of hose who will have to finish their earn and pick berries Fwd Mulling the junior member of the firm of E ilulllns and Son has been visiting his later Mrs Jarvis Brown of Level green He bought a Fisher buggy chile he was gone Miss Delama itallsworth has returned home from srnndIhureh has employed Rev Jas Luns old to preach there the rest of the earMrs T C U ton Is visiting her brother at Blanche this week W I n oley was In Mt Vernon this itk on business Mr Arch Mulllns and several of the other employees of the L 8s N R R Company who rere laid ore at the beginning of the panic have resumed their positions as trainmen and business seems toe flourishing We are having plenty of rain nnd everything Is growing fine The small potatoes are few In a hill his season as the big ones have crowded them out- JACKSON COUNTY IIle tEE McKee July GA good rain fell here last Friday afternoon The flint 1n almost a month Prof Ralno ot Jerea pawed thru here last week mroutc to Owsley County Willie alnhart who has been down with ty hold fever is able to sit up again D 0 Collier and wife visited at loran last week Mr and Mrs H F llnter visited at Greenhall Saturday ttendlng church at Cannons chape- lundgyH F Minter has a grist Mill in operation at McKee Mr roaster is making an Addition to the cottage near the Academy Sunday idhool and preaching Academy very Sunday morning There realms to be an abundance ot blackberries bout here They are beginning 1- 0rlpenold Uncle John Farmer celebrated his ninetysixth birthday last uesday June 30th He is almost blind and lieS ln bed most of theme r ray SgULHY Hurley July 3We have been hav- Ing some fine showers and corn is growing rapidly Norma the little in fant ot Wiley honey Is very slek Mr and Mrs B II Cole Mr and Mr J Q Gabbard and others attends church at Bethel Saturday and Sun day Services will ba held at this placo Sunday at 3 p mMrs Louisa and Letha Gabbard were the welcome guests of Mrs L J Cole Friday Mi Pearllo Gabbard is still reported vcr poorlyMessrs J 0 and W n Gal bard commenced carrying the mall Wednesday Miss Lula Gabbard vIs- Ited at B H Coles Sunday night FAIIKOT Parrot July 6James M Cole of Mlddleforl was In our midst Friday Bert McDowell made a trip to East Bernstdt after goods Saturday J 11 Hundley Enoch Sparkman and John Croft went to Altamont Saturday to load tics Edward Watham has gone to the railroad to WorkH J Cab bard was in town Saturday We hat good rain here Friday Wm McCol lum Green McCollura and Jake Morris were lu our midst this weetcTb farmers here are all busy mowinj grass Born to the wife of Elijah Gabbard a fine boy William Hundle to on Moore Creek this weelcm Cunagln made a business trip to the lower end of this county this week Wm and Isaac Morris were hate Sup yIred Cornelias was here Iron lout Laurel County this weekn p Conialins wttl teas t our Bcuool swain tbis yearLnlm leans past hrougB kwa awflV to tko QjM Bead chool house to Mfta bee liNt eehoe- l8t1r 0t1 j j Sand Gap July 8 Iff irtiamt- w lankful for the fwr nit are lptrtag ci fee t ttlNi1 1 kM h 4 CHI bt bet asaljl- Ipas MIl yuifaM tod trop rd- WI vIes beooMtaf nMn JamaM tor lank ill mln4lost II tit term era are thru laying by corn and are- ready for something else Many at ended the tweeting held at thle dace Sunday Ssrvlow wen eon lusted Iy tevs O V ClemmoBS and Richard Hateartb Meeting close aitb one addition to the church In the person of Jas B IMMCS of Clover BottomJames Dui bats awl Bebtrt Juek have at stet oompletisd their bit- Oh of partnsrhlp fcaciog MiuDMtrnitK Mlddkfork July tMr aa4 Ira- GD lakes of Evergreen visited riends and relatives at this plan laturday and Sunday Services were- Hid at this place by Rev Jsnws Baker Saturday and Sunday Miss Laura sates will begin her school at Old lend July IthDala Wilson traded Yank Cole a heifer to a cow and call and gave 10 to bootMr G orc- jinglln brought his singing clue Iron Parrot ever to this place Sunday and did some nice singing Mr J W Vngl nude a business trip to Ittcoo- rilondayMr Ore Tussy is no better Mr Cleveland Holt of Dango hu- been visiting friends and relatives at bis place for a few dYIIYn Ssral mitt Is slowly provlnJr Bill L ar has gone lito tbe stave hauling ttulneebur and Mrs Pomp Carp- eater who have best visiting at this 1ue for two weeks returned home IondayLlp Angel was at Letter Dox Friday on business Miss MaW umroers and several others of Pan her Branch attended church at this ilace Sunday Old Aunt Lavlnn Fau bUB IB improvingM4NTI6LI Annvllla July 6Messrs Pleas and Vllllam hates were in Bsroa Thurs lay and Friday of last week on bus- iItssSeveral from MoKee attended the Masonic Lodge bore last Satu- rlayMiss Polly Casteel visited her sister Mrs Robert Davis at Moores last week Mrs Davis Is in very pool icalth Mr J R Hays was a pleasant caller at the home of J Hedlock Saturday evening Dr A T Neal Jid wife spent yesterday at the home of Mr Sam Davidson near Welchburg Mr Andrew Isaacs of Berea came up last week and spent a few days with home folks Miss Naoma Ake man visited Miss Georgia Akeman Saturday night Miss Mattle Medlock and Mrs Mollle Webb spent the even inn last Tuesday with Mrs Lizzie lIon who continues very poorly Mr A R Johnson went to Perry County last week on a visit to relatives and riendsMr Leonard Medlock went to Horse Lick last Tuesday where ho WII begin to teach July 13All the oys around are having good success in getttlng schools Ws had a good shower last Friday which was badly needed In this part niuixiiAM Greenhall July 3 The Hickory flat school will begin Monday Jul1- 13th Geo M Moore will be teacher R M Flaney and Silas FJaney ent to Beattyvllle yesterday to eat the burial of Arch McGulre The singing school at Canons Chapel is letting along nicely with Prof J A Hunter as teacher We are having ome very dry weather and corn is ooldnR bad The oat crop Is almost a total failure caused by red rust Preaching every Thursday night at Cauoas Chapel by Rev Harvey John sonWe hoar of some cases of hop cholera Owners of hogs will do well to feed their hogs a few spoontull of International Stock Food everyday as It will help the cholera out of your herdWm Harfcock had many indictments made against him for soiling whisky at the session of the Owsley Cbunty court We learn that he has left the countyM L Clark Sons exhibited their big wagon show at the Jackvm County Bargain Store June 18 with about tWO thous and people presentIt is reported that Rev Moores Is to be in this district soon to try to build up a good school Everyone should lend a helping hand In this good workAlbert Hos kIns has Just returned from a visit to London and Informs us that he will move there soon Hannle Gib son is now manager of Wm Flaney steam mill and Is grinding every Tuesday and Friday LrUEL Ethel July 2 The farmers ore nil about thru laying by corn In this part Mrs Susan Smith is visit ing her sick sister In Laurel County a few days this week Mrs Dom Mester visited Mrs Jas Smith Sun dayMr Ira Wells and wife were immersed and several others sprink led at meeting lien the third Sunday la June Wt had a good messing with large attendance Mr and Iran P Marram visited Mr and Mrs U S a Rice Sunday Misses Jula sad Lixsle Ferguson were UM welcome guests of Mary and Henry Rice Thursday nightMr and Yrs J B UtBgbam visited his father and mother Mr sad Yrs John Dingbats Saturday and Sunday Mr sal Mrs John Umvls of Maulden visited Mr- lraDdlIftaaaa Mr and Mrs I Co tart Sunday Xrs P J MeUsalt sad daughter Amanda visited ber daughter Mm Edits Rice Sunday Mr James Bowmen of this place was kicked b a mule Pat urd y but wo hope ho will soon roo cover John Q Rica who has been on the sick list is improving Mr Henry Snndlln lost a fine saddle mart one day last week und left a young colt two months old Corn crops are looking well Miss Lcova Rico was the guest of tier grandmother Mrs R J Mctcalf Saturday night Born to the wife ot Mr Nult King n fine boyThe candidates of Jackson County aro numberless as the sands of the sea =Llttlo Ella Rico visited her Aunt Angollne and Alice Mcscer last Tuesday Mr Wm Carter made a business trip to Welchburg ono day last week Mary and Henry Rico were the guests of Misses Julia and Lizzie Ferguson Saturday night and all attended slaking ut Mt Olive Sunday IDEAS Sin is like a hole in A stocking the more you wear It the larger it be comesTake time to grind your jackknife many farmers carry awfully dull knives in their pockets Many workers are not satisfied em the road to success They grumble because it is not a pike Many a farmer has lifted on tho mortgage until his back hurts and then WM obliged to heap on lilting NM tks lama shako that boy a working partner That is give him soma lnt rset t- oIr small IB the rtwante of Intelli husbandry I Pay ns yeu go More than two i ship bat Nan sunk by tbe nibbling of I a rat Let no ttortblll rats nibble at erdtI for After ooe don a long bard dare work one tikes to got tin chores done as quickly as poWs If tbp cellar needs vtniltatlrn and It surely doss open the doors tad Anus Clorer J Krergreen J windows at night not In the daytime havo screens to keep out cats rats and other Intruders Stir earth Remember that as agitation Is the of all political wrongs so It Is tho death of Man never devised a moro useful im plement than hoe In Its various formsYour greatest aid In tho harvest Is your faithful team See to it that your are not 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they aro not as good or they are not made for the mountains or thuy do not give BH touch Just look at a few of s I the tbings we are giving you now NEWS all tbe news of the world of this country and of the state that is worth reading All the news of the mountains that we eon get and more than any other paper gives All the news of downs of mountain towns whoro oorrClRpolldonl write to us every little while CATTLE All the cattle prices also the prices ou titts and tanlxirk and spokes use FARM HINTS A n good column and sometimes more of hints hut will help in the work on the farm HOME HINTSGood hiuts on housekeeping by an expert SCHOOLA running nrticlo on bow to teach to make your one of the best in the state by one of the best tonchbrn in tho state THE SUNDAY LESSONA full column every week STORIESA flue good exciting serial storyall the time and often a good short story n week TEMPER ANCE A column of good reading about AND OTHER You nil know how many other good things you get in Tnt 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dollars to any up to date farmer It whnt you want about almost anything on the farm It IH a good book on dincatics of horses cattle sheep and huge tolls you how to know what Is the mutter anti wlmt to do It glvus figures tells you to reckon Interest if you lime borrowed or lonn tl monny or how man bushels of otrn them nre In n load that weighs so much or how to inonKiiro till corn In n crib or in n pile anti how much sued Ittnkrs to nn nero or how canny brick to build n chimney 9 nnd lotH of things of that kind And it has places for you to keep necollnt of ollr eXlOnwl and earn ings and of volt bought nnd sold nnd anything vine you want tortincmhor If you are n fnnn er it Is Just the thing you want The Calculator 86 runts Tho Citizen 1100 Both worth I1D6 for 110 No 3The National Handy trackage Just the your wife linn boon looking for Needles nnd tins of nil klnds More than n quarters worth butt 111Un19lell8 for n quarter Wo toll It with The Citizen for ten Handy lnckage 2b cents 1100 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