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PHES I DENTS OFF I CE n G RE AtiiMesr IiiLsBirebtM HeMe NaeMeet oee1 I Yo1 X Five cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 16 1008 One Dollar a year No 3 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Great Corn YUld Soldiers Kill Hun dredsGreat Farest FiresDr Mul lins Reelected Freight Traffic Im proves GREAT COUN YIELD Thoro la an enoimous corn yield In sight this season The government report shows an area exceeding lOOOWOOO acres comprising the realms of growing earn Despite the unfavorable Weather early In tho spring a larger yield than lest year Is predicted by the governments vast army of correspondents SOLDIERS KILL HUNDREDS Hundreds of men women and children were killed In a merciless slaughter by tho Cossacks in Tabriz on the Black Sea July 9 A bread famine S was the cause thousands of the cltl acne of the stricken city early in the day began a bread raid In the streets The soldiers not realizing that they wvre actuated by starvation to maker lde for food made charges upon them killing r large number OIIEAT FOREST mESSerloua forwt flrea raged last week In various sections of Maine and much property ii dcnttf yvd by tho flames The wood are dry from lack of rain and all efforts to check them teemed fruitless At some places the fire line In five miles long and thousands of sores of land have been burned over DR MULLINS REEIECTED Tle Rev E Y Mulllni D D of Lou lnvllle Ky was reelected President of the Baptist Young IVoplcs Union Ailast Fridays session ot the annual convention In Cleveland Ohio FREIGHT TRAFFIC IMPROVES The situation with regard to idle freight cars U Improving Railroad men are of tho opinion that the out look Is growing better An increase In freight traffic has appeared as II cucsequtnco of Important changes which have been made In the mothw ut handling and trantrortlng fruits from the South All rallroada stll have a great number of empty tara standing Idle on tiding but many of them are being called back to work FAMINE EXPECTED There 1s liable to be a famine In Russia this winter aa two thirds at the wheal crops are a failure In eighteen pro vinces Two and one haUl mlllloi acres of land have not been seeded Warm weather In Juno and an abund ance of rain have somewhat Improved tke prospect of spring wheat In many dlrtrlct ANNA GOULD By means of s double ceremony Mme Anna Gould became Princess Do Sagan July 7 George Gould nor any of his family were present Tho Gculd weddings are eo numerous and uncertain that George cannot stop his business ti attend The wedding could not be called spectacular for they drove up U the Strand registry In London rush ed Into the building and wero soon united by the ceremony of the French Protestant church BOSTON HARBOR BURNEDtf- ire believed to have been caused by a locomotive spark and fanned by a brisk northwest wind swept nearly it quarter of o mllo of East Boston harbor causing n loss of nearly 1 COOOOO Four piers three warehouses A and a big elevator containing thirty thousand bushels of grain were des troyed Two persons are reported missing and It In thought they have pcrlshfii In the flames REBELS AND SAVAGESAfl- has been quiet on the Mexican border recently but It Is very strongly sus pected that the rebels and bloodthlrst Ynqul Indians will unite to overthrow Dlaz Many arrests have been made and tho Jails are pretty full They are making arrests en the slightest pretence Letters have been found written from revolutionary headquar ters and also a list of the names of all tho contributors to the cause Federal troops are being hurried In all directions along the frontier anil It Is hoped that their presence will keep down the impending crisis It was thought all struggles would cease since their struggle along the Texas e border was not successful WORLDS COMBINE The Iron ald Sti1 Trades Journal announces the most gigantic Industrial combina tion the world has ever known The combine will bo a menace to British trade which it not Included in the trust Tho concern will control 33 000000 tons of steel annually The four nations that are consolidating art United States 3060000 tons Belgium I26000C tons Russia 2000000 toils and Germany 11000000 tons Continue as Fourth rage HoDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People NEW CASHIER Mr Stsphsns Takes Place in Berea Bank Trust CoOfficial State ment Regarding Change The Citizen li glad to present to Ito renders thin week an excellent likeness of Mr Jams W Stephens the newly elected cashier of the Bc Ten Dank and Trust Co Mr Stephens IAMIH w HTuriiKSg- Cultlrr llrrro llnnk k Trut Company Is rapidly taking over tho duties of his new position and bis pleasant face can bo seen any day over the counter of the bank Tho selection of Mr Stephens saws tu hav met with universal approval lie has long been recogniz ed as one of the most progressive able and trustworthy citizens of Bcrca and hat made a large place fcr himself In the hearts and confi dence ot the town Mr Stephens was forty years old on the day of his election to his new office lie wat born in Rockcattle County and when a young man en tered the service of the L k N He came to Berea aa station agent hi 1S93 and held that place for ten years Since that time he has been In buslnesa foi himself here and hut made a snug living out of the coal lu and tie business lie la planning now however to either sell or rent his buelneu and to de vfle hid whole time to the work and Internet of the bank The hurried note which The Cit izen war able to publish last week regarding tho selection of a cashier was so incomplete that several people seem to have received wrong Im pressions from it anl we are glad to publish the following official state ment To correct any posMble false Im pression unions the friends of Mr E F Coylt as well as th friends and patrons of till Berea Bank Trust Cr we feel that It Is proper and right to make the following state ment of facU At a meeting of the hoard of Directors of the Bank Thursday July 2nd called for the purpose of electing a bank cashier to succeed Mr W H Porter who re signed tho position April first to be come effective June first After dis cussing the availability of two or three men Mr E F Coylo was unan- Imously elected to the position After the selection war made the quotitlon of Mr Coyles disposition o his other business Interests was raised by some of the Directors who wire under the impression that any one vrlo should bo elected as cash ier was not to have any outside bus iness connections When this view of the case was considered Mr Coyle presented a stutement to the Directors refusing tu accept the position rather than that OLythlni should stand in the way of his coming to the Bank in a way that would be entirely satisfac tory to all the members ot the Board of Directors J J Moore Pres Derca Ky July 7 19C8 TD the Board of Directors Berea Bank Trust Co Owing to the fact that there are come of the directors who are opposed to the cashier holding other business connections I wish to make the state ment that 1 absolutely refuse to accept the position of cashier to which you have been kind enough to elect me I would not under any considers tln accept a position of tho kind without the hearty approval of every ember of the board ol directors Respectfully E F Coyle Social sympathy ia the solvent ct many theological barriers The world Ic not lifted to virtue by picturing it as wholly vicious You cannot have harmony within yourself without conflkt without No preacher ever caught men who wap fishing for compliments Formalities are the substitutes with which the empty heart tries tb makeup for faith THE PROHIBITION PARTY There is now meeting in Columbus Ohio a convention of very well meaning and estimable gentlemen who style themselves the Pro hibition Party Every four years they get together in the name of a great principle and nominate some man who makes a number of speeches and receives n small number of votes The Prohibition Party has never elected any man to an important office and has never been able to control the enaction of any law But while the Prohibition Party has been still or going backward the prohibition movement has been going forward with great rapidity and has swept from one end of the country to the other bringing many blessings with it It is worth while looking into the question of why it is that n party which has the desires of a majority of the voters in most states on its side has been unable to accomplish any thing in the political field In the first place the Prohibition Party has tried to reform many e things at once It has always declared not only for prohibition by national lawa thing impossible without an amendment to the Con stitution eo that the election of a Prohibition president would have no realvalue but it has also demanded votes for women and free silver and fiat money and a number of other things about which men have wide differences of opinion and which are important to the welfare of the country no that there have constantly been driven out of the par ty many prohibititionists who could not agree with all the ideas the party declared for In the second place the Prohibition Party by always nominating a man of its own withdrew itself from the other parties and was unable to take advantage of the real balance of power which its members might have held if they had tried to offset the saloon influence within the parties by demanding the right kind of candidates The Anti Saloon League which is a much younger organization has used its strength always toward the election of the better of the two men who stood a chance of election or against men who had shown themselves opposed to the temperance movement and eo has bad many times more effect than the Prohibition Party Men who withdraw themselves from work with the great political parties can have no influence on the government till their own party gets so strong that one or the other of the parties thinks it can win by roping the outsiders in and a history of thirty years has shown that there is no tendency toward any such stampede to the Prohibition Party Friends of the Prohibition Party declare that it has had a great influence by circulating literature and teaching the people the evils of intemperance and that it has prepared the way for the temperance work that others are doing now But there seems no reason to believe that this work has been done any better because of the organiz ation of the party than it would have been done by the probibitionists anyhow and it is certain that the political influence has been less than would have come to the same body of men working inside either party or swinging between them The Citizen has all sympathy for the temperance movement and would not support a whiskey man of either party but it cannot believe that the official prohibitionists have acted wisely in flocking by themselves DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Bryan Did ItMade a Good Choice For Running Mate W J Bryan was the whole thing at the Denver Democatlc Convention lie of course controlled his own nomination tic controlled the rejec tion of the man who is his running mite and be also controlled the mak ing of tho Democratic platform All around ho did a pretty good Job The platform Is a good one Mr Kern selected for the vicepresidency is a good man and campaigner and on the whole talnrc were managed so that there would be as little hard feeling m possible But the work was not done by the Ueinocratlc party It was done by Brian and of course that will nlako It a lltte harder to get up much en thtislcsm except tho enthusiasm thero already Is for the Peerless Leader The Democratic party had no choice It just took orders Bryan carried things with n high hand and men acting by hln orders or at least with his authority overrode every prIv- ate or public right which was in their way This was largely done In the neatinK of delegates The Committee on Credentials did very little workpeople it did not like were simply thrown out whether they had tho votes behind them or not A good rnaur cl the men that suffered that way were a mighty poor class of pol iticians and EC there has not been much sympathy for them but the fact that they did not deserve to be electee has nothing to do with the fact that they were elected and with the Injustice and brutality of the Bryan machine In throwing them out by which the men that elected them were dirfrancblted This happened In Pennsylvania in regard to the Brook lyn delegation from New York it h charged that Bryan bought the support of Tammany list the most no toi jU8ly corrupt machine In the world by sacrificing McCarren who hail been legally elected but has fought Tammany and the same sort oJ thing won done in two or threo other piaces It la quite possible that the Democratic party will be rep rerente during the next four years by bettter min because ot this Illeg al proceedure but there is a doubt in the minds of a good many men whether It puyo to steal even for a good cause Bryau wan so evidently in full con trol that he will have to bear all the blame and this may hurt him in the campaign Continued on Fourth rage V PRESIDENTIAL SITUATION Bryans Chances Against Tafls Now that the presidential nomina tlons are out of the way and the platforms are formed it Is time to Icok over the ground and see what the chances of the two parties are In the tmoke and excitement of the campaign in the Fall it will be easy for all of us tc forget just what are the Important points and we can be better prepared by looking them up nowIt Is evident that the Republicans have the advantage almost every where and that it will be a hard uphill fight for Bryan Even he admits this and he is hardly claiming vie tory he simply says that he will do better than he has before and better than any other man could do There art a good many that doubt this but that does not make any difference newBryans main tight will be on his platform lIe has made it just what ho wants it and promises something to everyone that has a vote But taking it right thru and according to Its meaning rather than its actual words the platform I a statement of the very principles that Roosevelt has been urging on the American people and hon done so much to brlni to succtrs Bryan goes A little farth erIn some cases he goes so for that he is off his base He tries every whtre to outdo the Republican platform and sr the issue that be will really fco before the country on jb this Will Bryan or Taft come near eat to carrying out Roosevelts plans Considering that Roosevelt is back Ing Taft It is not hard to guess how ptopl will answer that question So Lryan has a poor case to start with Where Bryan does not agree with the Republican platform he loses Ir the places where he goes farther than it does be usually leaves the grounds of safety and promises things which all agree are rash experiments or hf promises things which it ia ev ident that he cannot possibly perform It should not be forgotten too that li will be impossible foi the Democrats tu get control of the U S Sen ate in the next four years and that therefore It will be impossible for Bryan to get any of hib laws thru while with a Republican House and Senate Taft would be able to 60 Bcmetbing Of course Bryan attacks the Repub lican party at some points He blames it for the panic which hit the whole world at the same time and which Is CsUaaud S Fourth rgej Cltlzee reviRg Keep Adver Co BEREA 1the This may sound conflicting but In reality it is precisely fact that this Banks counsel IS conservative it isdtruly helpful A conservative liberality loaning not givas our i depositors their just measure of protection but is an equal i j CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus 1000000 T DIRECTORS P Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmore J J Moore J W Herndon ET FishfW Porter Chns Burdette F Dean I 4 PERCENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4l IN OUR OWN STATE Kentucky SplitsMoonshiner Killed 685 for Cattle Night Riders Kills Cousin- KENTUCKY SPLITS It looked Wednesday as If the Democratic delegation from Kentucky was about to go to smash It was learned teat J c C Mayo the Eastern Kentucky rvpresi ntatlvc had vqted for Gutfey ct Pennsylvania making a direct thrust at the wishes of Bryan to whom Ken tucky has been moot loyal Nearly every man on the delegation declared that Mayo was voting for his com therein partner James declared that he would cast the vote for Kentucky and repudiate Mayo finally Beckbam has been suspected of trickery but her behaved rlgbiIMOONSHINER KILLEDDeputy Collector Sam Collins and posse while trying to make an arrest of moon shiners on Jacks Creek Floyd County last Fiiday shot and killed Bud Hall Instantly and wounded two others The revenue mtn escaped uninjured Collins and posse have gone to Whltesburg with the pilsoners 685 FOR CATTLERobert Catewood of Montgomery County sold to Henry S Caywcod and Monte Fox 237 export cattle at 685 per I The is Rap o Idly Let Yeur Business Pace With It By l auleere4 copyREREA I e Berea Bank and Trust KY t r HELPFUL CONSERVATISM that in only hisIi H I C hundred pounds The cattle will weigh lGoo pounds and will bring 24250 This is the highest price paid tor cattle in years NIGHT RIDERS The night rid err burned a barn for Ira Slater at Harrisburg Owen County early Sat= irday mornh 55 The bloodhounds were brought and a fruitless search was made for the marauders There were several thousand pounds of tobacco estimateddent tobacco grower and had been warned several times not to raise tobacco KILLS COUSIN While walking BreathltpwithMailing taking otferse at some remark made by his companion drew hid pistol and shot Booker thru the heart He then went to his home got his shotgun and mado for tho woods declaring that he would not be taken alive JOIN J REEVES DEADMajor John J Reeves Staff Officer of the Confederate Generals Hood and John ten and Assistant Adjutant General of the army of the Tennessee at the fall of Vicksburg died at Hen1erson entucky July 10 At the close of the Civil War Major Reeves married the laughter of Geo Archibald DIxon and entered the tobacco business C Continued on fifth Page RESOLVED THAT YOU DONT HAVE TO HUNT AROUND FOR BARGAIN EVERYTHING ISA BjRGA IN0UlSTORE BUSTERlBROWNl a VrNU s aaawelta oIIUNTIN61A1fiAiNNO WE NEVER PUT SHoDDY STUFF INTO OUR STORE THEREFORE WE NEVER HAVE SHOD DY STUFF QUALITY IS THE FIRST THING PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW IS GooD WHEN THEY BUY AN ARTICLE YOU WILL BE SURE To GET GOOD QUALITY IF YoU BUY FROM US COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get Mere h BOB HAMPTON PLACER toHAWAIIPtRi JUlJRfJi kJllll1I O wrist rAlaCrvrPfllctadct SYNOPSIS A detachment rue Eighteenth In fantrr from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge Among then Is ft stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Glllla the and his amis and a majority of the soldiers are killed dur Ing a three day alette Hampton and the girl only escape from tho Indians They tall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry Brant In command find them Hampton andthe girl atop at the Miners Home in Dlencald Mrs Dully proprietress Hamp ton talks tho future over Gl- IIIthe Kid She shows him her mothers picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decide ahe Mrs Herndon Noldi the Kidruns away from Mrs llerndoni and rejoins Hampton He Induces her to- go hack and to nothing more to do with him HAmpton plays his last game of cards announces to Red Slavlr that he has leaves Glen cald MIss quitSpencer arrives In Olenclllll to tench Its first MIss Spencer meets Nalda llev Wynkoop etc She boards at Mrs Hcrndons Nalda and Lieut Drnnt again meet with Ills knowing who she Is She Informs fut of the coming Bachelor club ball In of Miss Spencer Lieut Brent meets Silent Murphy CUsters scout JIe reports trouble brewing among the Sioux Social difficulties arise at the Bachelor Hubs ball among the admirers of Mini Spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen cer but she Is not his acquaintance of the day before She tells him of Nalda and accidentally meets hec again as he Is returning to the ballroom with a fan for Iss Spencer Brant accompanies Naldi ome from the dance On the way she informs him as to who she Is and that meet Hampton Brant and lieutenant meet Hampton Informs the that his attentions to Nold rnusttceasc and proclaims an authority over her that justifies the statement rant tells Hampton of the presence or Silent Murphy and the fact that Ret rcejvcs government messages for ton Mis Spencer called on Bob Ilamp Tells him of a redfaced stranger mistaking her for Nalda Brant Inter lews Red BlavJn Finds that he Is an ex rooper In the Seventh cavalry It was Bavins and Murphys testimony that ore than ten years before had convicted tobert Nolan then a captain In the Sev rnth of the murder of MoJ Brant Sr Hampton attempts to force a confession from Slavln Slavln Insists It Is Murphy tie wants und Murphy has left In a scuma Slavln Is killed by a knife thrust Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a kill pad defend themselves j CHAPTER XX Continued All I saw was the crowd blocking the doorway I knew they had caught mo lying on Slavln with my band grasping the knifehilt and somehow I couldnt think of anything just then but bow to got out of there Into the open Ive seen vigilantes turn looso before and knew what was likely to happenSure Recognize anybody in that first bunch Dig Jim the bartender was tho only ono I know he had a bungstart er In his band Mason nodded thoughtfully his mouth puckered Its him and half a dozen other fellers of the tame stripe who are klckln up all this fra COB Tho moat of em are yonder now on if It wusnt far leavin a prls oncr unprotected darn me if I wudnt like to mosey right down thar an pound a little boss sense into that bunch o cattle Thcts bout the only thing yuikindo for a plum fool so long as the law wont let ye kill blm Im really sorry that you got mixed np In this Duck said Hampton for It looks to me about nine chances out of ten against either of us getting sway from hero unhurt lOh I dout know Its bin my ox pert nco tltet theres alters chances if you only keep ycr eyes skinned It we kin only manage to bold em back till after dark we maybe might creep away through the bush to take a hand In this little game Anyhow its up tons to play It out to the limit Bless my eyes if those lads aint acomln up right now K half dozon men were starting to climb the hillside fallowing a dim trail through the tangled underbrush Mason stepped up to the ore dump where ho could see better and watch ed thplr movements closely HI there he called his voice harsh and strident You fellers are not Invited to this picnic an therell be somethin data If you push along any higher The little bunch halted Instantly just without tho edge of the heavy timber turning their faces up toward thespeakerNow here Buck answered one taking a single step ahead of the others and hollowing his hand as a trumpet to speak through It dont look to nis fellers as If this affair was any of your funeral nohow and were come long ahead of the others just on purpose to give you n fair show to pull out of It afore the real trouble begins Babe Is thet so i The little marshal wu too far away for them to perceive how his teeth sot beneath the bristly mustache You bet Tho boys dont consider thet Its hardly tho square deal your takln up agin cm In this way They Iccted you marshal of this yero camp but It warnt expected youd over take no tides long with murderers Thets too stiff fer uo to abide by Bo como f uu down Buck au leave us to attend to the cuss wf you mean Hampton hes my prisoner Will you promise to let tae take him down to Cheyenne fer trial v Wai I reckon not old man We kin give him a trial well hough here in Qlencald roared another voice from ono of the group which was apparently growing restless over the delay But we aint IncUaed to do you no harm onlcss ye ram In too far So come on down Buck throw up ycr cards woo got all tho aces an ye cant bluff this whole durn camp Mason spat Into thn dump contemp tuously his hands thrust Into his pockets Youre a flnolookln lot o law abldln citizens you are Blamed If you aint This yero span Bob Hampton is my prisoner an HI take him to Cheyenne If I have ter brain every tough in Qlencaid to do it Thets me gentsOh off you cint run your notions agin tho wholo blame moral sentiment of this cane Moral sentiment Im backln up the law not moral sentiment ye cross eyed beer slinger an it ye try edgin up her another step Ill plug you with this 45- There was a minute of hesitancy while the men below conferred the HI There Aint to marshal looking down upon them his revolver gleaming om inously in the light Oh come on Buck show a little boss sense the leader sang out Weve got every feller In camp along with us an there aint no show fer the two o ye to hold out against that sort of an outfit Meson smiled and patted tho barrel of his Oh go to blazes When I want any advice Jimmie Ill send fer ye Some one fired the digging up the soft earth at the marshals feet and flinging it in a blinding cloud into Hamptons eyes Masons answer was a sudden fusllade which sent the crowd flying helter skeller Into the un derbrush One among them stagger ed and half fell yet succeeded In dragging himself out sight Great Scott It dont believe I winged James the shooter remarked cheerfully reaching back his pocket for more cartridges Maybe them boys will be a bit more keerful If they once onderstand theyre up agin the real thing perhaps I better skin down fer I reckon its liable ter be rifles next It was rifles next and the winging of Big Jim however it may have in spired caution also developed fresh animosity In tho hearts of his fol lowers and brought forth evidences of discipline In their approach Peering across the sheltering dump pile the besieged wero able to perceive the dark figures cautiously advancing through tho protecting brush they sped out widely until their two flanks close in against the wall of rock and then the deadly rifles began spit spiteful the balls casting up the soft dirt In clouds or flattening against the stones The two men crouched lower hugging their pile of of discharged aojera ho growled 1a they know their biz all right I reck on them fellers Is pretty sure to glt ono of us ylt anyhow theyve got is cooped Say Bob thot lad crawling yonder ought to bo in reach an i sour bounden duty not to lot tho boys gll too gay- Ylampton tried tho shot suggested elevating considerable to overcome dls tane There was a yell nnd a swift skmrylng backward which caused Ma son to laugh although neither knew whether this result aroso from fright or wound Bilged let teach em manners onct In awhile or theyll imbibe a fool notion they kin como right long up yore without no invite Taint fer long no how less all them guys are ijuts Hampton turned his head and look ed soberly Into tho freckled taco im pressed by tho speakers grave tone Why t Fire my boy ire The winds right fer It that brush will burn like so much Under an with this big wall o rock back of us It will be hell here all right Some of cm arc bound to think of It pretty blame soon an then Bob I reckon you an I will hey to take to tho open on tho jump Hamptons eyes hardened God how he desired to live Just then to uncover that fleeing Murphy and wring from him tho wholo truth which bad been eluding him nil those years CHAPTER XXI She Loves Me She Loves Me Not It was no claim of military duty which compelled Brant to relinquish Miss Spencer EO promptly at the ho tol door but rather a desire to escape her ceaseless chatter and gain retirement where ho could reflect In quiet over tho revelations Hampton In this quest ho rede slowly up tho valley of the Bear Water through tho bright sunshine tho rare beauty the scene scarcely leaving tho slight He Called You Fellers Invited This Pl nlcIcontemptuously Colt ball of I into Well were to strayI dead of of eat Impress on his mind so busy was It and so preoccupied lie no longer bad any doubt that Hampton had util ized his advantageous position as well as his remarkable powers of pleasing to ensnare tho susceptible heart of this young confiding girl WhUe the man had advanced no direct claim ho had said enough to make perfectly clear the close Intimacy of their relation and tho existence of a definite understanding between them With this recognized as a fact was bo jus titled in endeavoring to win NaIda nil Ms for himself That the girl would find continued happiness with such a man as Hampton ho did not for a moment believe possible that she had been deliberately deceived regarding his true character ho felt no doubt That the girl was morally so far above him as to make his very touch a profanation and at the unbidden thought of it the soldier vowed to op pose such an unholy consummation Nor did he even then utterly despair of winning for he recalled afresh the Intimacy of their few past meetings his face brightened In memory of this and that brief word or shy glance All the world loves a lover and all the fairies guide him As the amII ccrs eyes glanced up from the road he perceived just ahead the same steep bank down which he had plunged In his effort at capturing his fleeing tormentor With the sight there came upon him the desire to loiter again In the little glen where they had first met and dream once moro of tier who had given to tho shaded nook both life and beauty lIe swung himself from tho saddle tied a loose rein to a scrub oak and clambered up thbankWith noiseless otep of a plains man ho pusVd in through the laby rinths of bush only to halt petrified upon the very edge of that inner barrier No figment of Imagination but the glowing reality of flesh and blooa awaited aim She laRd neither sera tier heard his approach lUll he stot ped la perplexity lie had framed a dozen jpccchcs for her oars yet now ho could do no more than stand dad gaze his heart In his eyes And It was a vision to enchain to hold lips speechless Sho way seated with un studied grace on tho odgo of tho bank her hands clasped about ono knee her sweet taco sobered by thought her eyes downcast tho long lashes plain ly outlined against tho clear checks To draw back unobserved was Impos sIble even had ho possessed strength of will sufficient to mat the attempt nor would words of easy greeting como to his relief Ho could merely worship silently as before a sacred shrine It was thus she glanced up and saw him with startled eyes hot hands unclasping her cheeks rooo colored Lieut Brant you hero she ex claimed speaking as If his presence seemed unreal What strange mlr acles au Idle thought can work Thoughts 1 have heard ho replied eNDing toward her with head uncovered will sometimes awaken answers through vast distances of time nnd space As my thought was with you I may be altogether to blame for thus arousing your own From the expression of your face I sups posed you dreaming Sho smiled her eyes uplifted for a single Instant to his own It was rather thought just merging Into dream and there are tow things In lIfo moro sweet I know not whether It is the common gift of all minds but my daydreams see almost more tome than my realities First It was moods nnd now dreams Ho seated himself comfort ably at her feet You would cause me to believe you n most Impractical person Miss Nalda If that were only true I am sure I should be most happy for It has been my fortune co far to conjure up only pleasure through daydreaming tho things I like and long for be come my very own then But If you mean as I suspect that I do not en joy tho dirt and drudgery of life then my plea will have to be guilty Back of what you term practical some one has said there is always a dream a first conception In that sense I rhooso to be a dreamer And not so unwise a choice II your dreams only term toward re suits He sat looking Into her ant maud face deeply puttied by both words and actions I cannot help noticing that you avoid all reference to my meeting with Mr Hampton Ii this another sign of your Impractical mlndr I should say rather tho opposite for I bad nat even supposed It cou corned me- Indoed That presents a vastly dlf latent view from the one given us nn hour since The distinct Impression was then conveyed to both our minds that you awe greatly dtotrewed re garding tile matter Is It possible you can have been acting again- I Certainly not and she made no attempt to hide her Indignation What do you moan He hesitated an Instant in bio re ply feeling that possibly he was treading upon thin Ice Hut her eyes commanded a direct answer and fee yielded to them Wo wore Informed that you exile danced great anxiety for fear w might quarrol so great Indeed that you had confided your troubles to an otherTo whom Miss Spencer She came to us os tensibly in your name and as a peso makerFor n moment she rat gazing directly at him thor sho laughed softly Why how supremely rldlculurs 1 can hardly believe It true only lout face tells me you certainly are net In play Lieut Brant I have navel even dreamed of sudh a thing You had Informed me tat your mlifton was one of peace sftd be pledged mi his word not to prrmlt any quarrel J had utmost confidence in you both How then did the even know Gl our meeting I am entirely IT the dark as mya titled as you We acknowledged frankly for It bite certainly nevat been a habit with mo to betray tin confidence of my iricnds and I learned long since not to confide secrets to Olin SpwC60r Apparently neither cared to discuss tho problem longer yet ho remained silent considering those question which might decide his fate You speak of your confidence In us both ho said slowly To nn tbo complete trust you repose In Mr Hampton Is scarcely comprehensible Do you truly believe In his reform Certainly Dont your The direct return question served to nettle and confute stun It It perhaps not my place 10 say as say futuro happiness docs not dlredtlydb pend on tho permanence of hi reformation Hut If his word can be depended upon your happiness to a very largo extent does Sho bowed 1 bare no doubt you can safely repose confidence in what Over he may have told you regarding me You indorse then tho claims hr advance t You are very insistent yet 1 know of no good reason why I should not answer Without at all knowing the nature of those claims to which you refer I have no hesitancy In say IJtp that I possess sucn complete con fidence In Bob Hampton as to reply unrcsericilly yes But realty Lieut Brant I should prefer talking upon some other topic It la evident thai you two gentlemen are not friendly yet there Is no reason why any misunderstanding between you should lit tsrfcie with our friendship Ii U in1 fYO BB CONT1MUJFAJ WHY NOT PLAN FOR A COVERED BARN YARD One Man Who Has Done So With Success Superintendent Frank II Hall of the Illinois armors institute In addition to being ono of thu leading ngrlcul turnl educators In the mldillo west Is a practical tarns operator on his own account Ono of tho features of his dairy farm Is n covered barnyard In which tho cows run loose Instead of being stalled A Rood Idea of his stable arrange ment U shown In the accompanying Illustration As reported In circular I Ground Plan of F H Loose Cow Stable I 93 of the Illinois experiment station cu Superintendent Halls farm a space in the barn 35xB3 foot Is dovotod to the cows A manger running length wise extends to within eight feet of the wall at each end Those spaces between the manger and tho wall nib closed by gates At milking time allot tho cows are driven to the side of tho manger on which tho water tank Is situated and tbo gates are closed The door of the milking room Is then opened and the boss cows are always ready to enter soar tho end of this room are threo stalls In which the milking Is dono and It is surpris lug to noto how quickly loch cow learns In which stall she Is to bo milked and tho order In which her turn comes to that the three mlIkera have mUtt difficulty In always Milking FortyThree Points of the Dairy Cow I DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING POINT S OBSERVED JUDGING COWS Head 2 35 3 25 4 26 Knee 37 5 27 Stifle 6 28 7 18 Tall Heart or 8 or Hock 9 Belly 21 Brisket 32 Flank Neck 22 Dewlap 33 nUh uhunnh GRADING OF CREAM By F A Jorgensen There Is at present or less grading cream place In our creameries but two creameries ly over grade alike There are oven creameries do not grade alike for all their and sonic that for part of their patrons only widely different methods grading are not recommendable and especially In places there Is a great deal of changing around patrons For 11 a man takes his to ono ery for and It graded and takes it to another and It graded differently there it will In many to tho patron lose faith In tho lie comes tho conclusion It is n swin deal since they dont alike ono moro way of him I Therefore If the creamery mon could I work In harmony they could l adopt some common method and allow a largo enough discrimination DO It the patron to pro a good article Besides the sys tem would much more At present tho difference In I prlco paid between a first grade of I cream and the poorer ono Is as a rule not largo enough and It may justly that tho undue competition is tho of It It Is also the very tho present abuse tho Bah cock test can bo found j day practice In many of our erica Whero competition Is sharp some of the aro under In order to some a higher test are entitled to Is the of of tho among so many of ton creumory patrons It is unjust and it tends to make them slack and an Interior grade of cream Therefore It ought to be soma tho cows and In the CT dorWhen tho milkers are ready tho at tho rear of tho stalls aro opened ono cow enters each and tho gates are closed Tho cows eat their while being milked and pass out through tho gates at tho front of the Into the other side of the As tho manger and gates divide tho shed tho cows that milked are forced to remain on Halls effect gates ono side and cannot come to the milk- Ing stalls a second All grain Is fed In tho milking stalls and the roughage the large man got In tho center of tho shed manger Is raised as fast as tho manure accumulates so that It Is always a con venient height for the cows In thin of 33 cows not a soiled cow was seenWhen asked what ho considered to bo tho chief advantage of keeping dairy cows In this way over the nary method of stabling Superin tendent Hall replied Ily this method we cleaner crows and Increased milk flow we avo labor In cleaning stables and In haul- Ing out manure and the In the manure Is preserved mere oem plotely I The IN 1 12 Withers 23 Shoulder 34 Fore udder Muzzle 13 Back 24 Elbow udder Nostril 14 Loin Forearm 36 Teats Face 15 Hip bone Upper thigh Eyes 16 Pelvic arch Ankle 38 Forehead 17 Rump Hoof 39 Twist Horn 29 girth 40 Leg gaskln Ear 19 Switch 30 Side barrel 41 Cheek 20 Chest 31 42 Shank 10 Throat 43 Dew claw 11 Milk vein more of taking scarce that patrons grade These of where of cream cream nwhllo gets then gets Instances tend have grading to dung grade Just robbing then would encourage duco of grading have be said very cuuso cause of of which In every cream tests read give than they This cause much dissatisfaction produce same stall grain stalls shed have been time from This herd ordi have fortuity Hind I stopped Hut It cannot be done ex I ctpt through a combined effort of the dairy and creamerymen of the state Clean Milk UtenllllI believe tho len milk can used for tithasthan any other one thing declares an Ohio correspondent of the Orange Jadd Farmer Frequently cans which lire supposed to bo clean contain n half pint of filthy rinsing water I believe there should be an ordinance In every village and city compelling tho milk vendor to wash and sterilize his cans thoroughly before sending them to tho producer In tho washing of milk utensils you should not use soap pow ders or soaps of any kind which con lain organic fat By so doing you may convoy to your milk undesirable Oil Tore nnd cause to remain In your utensils deposits which will conlaml nato or doterlorato tho milk Think How the Hog FoefsTry It and see It you can live through tho summer without any green vegetables train the garden Then try to Imagine bow the hog especially the growing pig can get through tho summer with out pasture If you have no money to put into fencing for a pasture sell half tho hogs and provide pasture for tho other half You will have as much money and the pasture besides at tho end of tho year New Yorks Milk Appetlte Tbo product of 86000 dairy farms Is re quired to supply New York and somo of Its milk comes 409 miles Cowpeas Cowpoas are great milk producers I advise all dairymen to grow them as they give large yields 831 sro beneficial to the soil PlEASURE SEEKERS WERE STUNNED DY EXPLOSION ON THEIR LAUNC AND FOUR AF THE PARTY MEET DEATH TWO MEN JUMPED FROM THE BURNING SHIP And Kept Afloat Till Rescued By FIh erman Decedents Were PromInent Summer Residents of Marlon Mat and Members of big Business Firm Marlon Mass July 13Jour prom- Inent summer residents ot this town and Falmouth met death through an oiploslon on board a 45 foot launch olf r Lure Saturday night Two survival were picked up Sunday after hnvln been In the water for 12 hours rho dead arc- Roland Worthlugton Boston John T Trull Woburn Jos S Neal Mllloi and George Savory Marblchoad C1II tale of tho launch A to Tnrbell ot Marhluhoad nnd Edward E Pecker of Boston were rus coot S Tucker who was clinging to an oar end Torboll who was supported by n life preserver woro able to swim nud they remained together until picky up by a fisherman Nolthor of tho survivors was able to clvo tho cause of the oxploslon Mi Tnrbell who owned the launch laid that the boat started out from Mario on a short pleasure cruise and wn well out In the middle of Buzzard bay when tbo explosion occurred Savory the engineer was sudden blown Into tho nlr and was probabl ilond when ho struck tho water Th heat caught firo Immediately and T1r Loll called to hU comrades to IlIal overboard Ho strapped a life lIre corvor about himself before he limpet rind Mr Tucker who Is connoted wltla tho Boston banking firm of Rollins J Sons seized an oar and followed So far as they knew none of tbe others In the party jumped Kith Cicy oould not swim and preferred to stag to tho disabled launch until b111 tame or else they were stunned by the explosion As noon as the news of the dlsasto rruchetl horo nearly every summer resident and fisherman who owned a yacht or launch at one went out In tho bay to search for sumo trace oC the boat or its occupanU but tho rcareh proved fruitless The latiuc undoubtedly sank with all on board Tire party hud gone out for a cruIse In tho bay at the Invitation of Mr Taiboll who came here from MarbK hand Neck Mr Worthington who wn spending the summer at Falmoutl was a large owner of real estate In tho Hotton financial district but had rCo tired from active business He wa 40 years of ago In addition to mon Ixinhlp In the Hastern and Corlnthl Yacht club ot MarblehoaJ he be longed to various clubs In Boston Mr Trull who was 66 years old wa well known In Boston mercantile elr clos and had a place of business there Ho lived In Woburn For a long tlmt ho was connected with the print doll manufacturing business but roUted a few years ago Mr Real was connected with the ol flea of the Oiccolo Consolidated Mir lug Co of Iloslon Savory the engineer of the crnfi was 29 years old and unmarried lie sorted In the SpanishAniarlcan war RUNNERS RACE FIGH And One Is Fatally Stashed With Razor Philadelphia Pa July 13ln 1 quarrel over a foot race Wm Arnt aged 28 years was probably fatal slashed with a razor Sunday by Albert Reed aged 27 scars Arntz was taker to tho Episcopal hospital He la ox l ccted to die lilt assailant was lock ed up Tho young men are noted tI athletes In the northeast section ot A tbo city For some tlmo a rivalry bu existed between them as to which wa tho better athlete They agreed to put thcmsclvs to a test by running race and a broad geld at Chatham and Madison streets was selected for She contest Nearly a hundred of theIr friends gathered thero to watch the ruse and as tho two toed tho mark before thu starters pistol tvus fired ther was much speculation as to whlcl would win Over the Improvised track whIch had been staked out the runners started Half way down the course Arntz accused Reed of having fouled him They stopped and soon became involved in n violent quarrel rIle up shot of It was that Rccd drew a raw and sloshed his opponent across the throatA foaall fight than ensued li which tho onlookers joined When th police arrived a slot had begun about the unconscious runner Forest Fires In the Adirondack UtIca N Y July 13 Serious forest fires era reported in the Adirondack and along the Mohawk wul Malon railroad and unless rain fulU in the next few hours tbo loss n 111 be enormousDied Having 15 Teeth Extracted Willlanisiwrt Ia July 13Dr W W Fletcher a lending physician ol this city died Sunday morning nftci having 15 teeth drawn Tho end way primarily the doctors say duo to the tact that ho had acute diabetes FROM TELEGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF THE CONDITIONS IN THE LOWLANDS OF IOWA HITCHCOCK IS MADE CHIEF IS CHOSEN NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF THE REPUBLICANS Vorys Put In Charge of Campaign In OhioGeorge R Sheldon of New York Elected Treasurer Hot Springs VaFrank II Hitch cock of Massachusetts chairman of the Republican national committee and manager of tbo national cam paign George R Sheldon of Now York treasurer ot the national com mittee and Arthur I Vorys of Ohio member of the national committee In charge of tho Ohio Republican head quarters which are to bo In Cincin nati This was the result of tho meet- Ing of tbo executive committee of the Republican national committee hero WednesdayAll night members of tho ex ecutive committee wore present and their report was unanimous Tho en tire action of the committee was an leANg hrNJTCBCocA4 approval of tho recommendations nf William H Taft the nominee of the Republican party for the presidency who presided at the meeting The election of Mr Hitchcock as chairman was expected as the pres once of all the factions of tho party who would bo likely to make a fight against his appointment had not devel oped any purpose to oppose his selec ton Ho was known to be the choice ot Mr Taft and several of those who bad been called In consultation with Mr Taft subordinated their personal prcfercnccs In deference to the wishes of tho presidential nomlneo In the so lection of the man who Is to manage his campaign The designation cf Mr Vorys to bo In charge of tho national campaign In Ohio Is regarded as a solution of the embarrassment arising from the selec tion of Mr Hitchcock In preference to Mr VOrJIIIt polntment was upon the recommenda tlon of Mr Cornelius N Bliss tress urer of the committee slnco 1892 It is ohio stated that his selection has tho approval of President Roosevelt with whom he was a classmate at Harvard Mr Sheldon Is a close per tonal friend of Mr Bliss whoso coun eel will be at his command relating to campaign funds Battleship Montana Completed Norfolk VaTho new battleship Montana arrived at the Norfolk navy yard Friday from the yards of her Newport News bullderj for formal do llrory to the government which will take place Immediately after tho offi clal checking up by tho naval au thorities at this station Is completed Drys Convention Date Columbus OTho notional Prtjhl bltlon part is to hold its national convention In Columbus At tho Memo I rial hail July 15 and 1C BOSTON DOCKS FIRE SWEPT Property Loss Is 1500000 and One Person Is Missing Boston A fire believed to hav Leon caused by spontaneous combui tlon or a locomotive spark and fanne by a brisk northwest wind swept nearly a quarter of a mile of tho hat bor front of East Boston Into Wcdnos day causing a property loss estlmatoi at nearly 1500000 Much of the lose falls upon the Boston d Albany roll roadDanlol Sullivan a watchman was reported missing and it is thought ho perished In the flames New YorkA loss estimated at nearly 200000 was suffered Wednes day nt College Point L I by n fin which destroyed Zebdons hotel am casino Donderas casino and a number of small adjoining buildings ARRESTED AS COUNTERFEITER Prominent Danville Attorney Nabbed by Secret Service Men Danville III Charles E Brown Iii years of age an attorney promlnon socially and professionally was arrested bore Friday afternoon by so crot service agents Thomas D Ior ter and D W Wllklo on the charge of counterfeiting and later held to await action by a United States grand Jury in bonds of 5000 In a secret desk sad In tho cellar of llrowns home where he was arrested In tho presence of his wife and three yearold child the government agents found what they say Is tbo most com plete counterfeiting outfit they have ever soon It was ready for the manufacture of Jivedollar gold pieces salver halfdollars quarters dimes and nickels REBELS CAPTURE CHOLUTECA Big Victory for the Revolutionists In Honduras Washington Reported con rma tlon of the dispatch that tho lion duran revolutionists have captured the fortified town of Choluteca was brought to tho state department Fri day by Mr Ugarte the minister from Nicaragua This distinct victory of the revolutionists is a disappointment to the American and Mexican govern meats Bandit Shot and Caught St Paul MinnA report received at Groat Northern railway headquar tern hone says that a lone masked highwayman attempted to hold up the westbound fast mall train No 3 one and onehalf miles east ot Naples Idaho Conductor Mathews of the train and the robber whose name Is Robert Roman exchanged a fusilade of shots Tho conductor was tho bet ter marksman and shot the robber through tho lunge breaking one rib The officers and train crew tracked trim to Naples and captured him Uprising of Navajos Blsbcc ArizAn uprising of Nav ajos In New Mexico Is reported to havo occurred and 30 soldiers with machine guns have ben dispatched from Fort Huachuca to ort Wlngato N M for the purpose of aiding the troops statlonedthere In quelling the outbreak Seven Killed If1 Collision Medicine Hat Saskatchewan Seven men were killed and our Injured In a headon colllslca at a crossing n mile east of this city between a Spo keno flyer on its way to Coleridge and a Crowsnest passenger train Two Men Killed by a Train Hammond Indf F Tremaine aged 25or belfa O and E E VII hams aged 28 of Hlcksvlllc 0 were killed by a passenger train on the aka Bioru k Michigan Southern aflrdatf ucar Pine statlor VELOZ IS BECnLLEI DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH VENEZUELA SEVERED CHARGE ORDERED HOME No Danger of War with South Amei can RepublicWashington Offi cials Regret Departure of Senor Veloz Washington The diplomatic rata lions between America and Venezuela that have existed uninterruptedly lor moro than half o ceutry though In recent years severely strained wero completely severed Thursday- At half past three oclock In the nf ternoon Senor VclozGolticoa tho Venezuelan charge daffaires called at the state department by appointment to preuont to Acting Secretary Baco notice from his government that ho was to quit his post here closing up tho Venezuelan legation In Wnshlni toyn and repair forthwith o Vene uelaTaking leave of Acting Secretary Bacon and accepting tho suggestlo that ho communicate In writing to Secretary Root tho direction of his government In this matter Senor Ve loz paid hasty calls upon Asslatar Secretaries Adee and Huntington Wi son and other officials of tho state 110 partmcnt who ho has long and Intimately known Of course officially there was nothing for these gentleme to say beyond mere formalities when made acquainted with the fact tMt tbo Venezuelan charge had been will drawn But personally they did not hesitate to express their sincere re grot for Senor Veloz has come to bo very highly regarded In tho diplomatic circle Indeed It may bo stated pos tlvely and from actual knowledge oC what he has done In the years whIch ho has passed in Washington as a rep resentative of Venezuela that his pei sonallty has gono tar toward defoi ring tho rupture An to the future it is pointed out by officials who have followed closet the developments In tho Venezuela situation that there Is not the slightest danger of war In tho Immediate future or Indeed at all Rather will tho situ ntlon resemble that following tho rupture of diplomatic relations between France and Venezuela for Instance where locations were closed on both sides and all official relations ter mlnatod while trade between the two countries continued and Frenchmen came to Venezuela and rich Venezuc Inns mado their annual pilgrimages to Paris aa If nothing had occurred AMERICAN MINISTER FIRED ON Mr OBrien Narrowly Escapes Oeat In Paraguayan Revolution La Paz Bolivia Further detail received hero of the revolution In Paraguay state that while fighting was going on In Asuncion an Incident occurred which might havo had a most serious result Tho American min- Ister Edward C OBrien desirous ot proffering his good offices In order to prevent further loss of life while aII preaching tho headquarters of the revolutionists was fired upon three times by government troops Accord- Ing to the dispatches tho minister escape was miraculous as many per sons were killed in the vicinity Dls covering their error tho troops ceased firing and an officer hastened to give explanations to the minister who Is convinced that the act was not pre meditated ANNA AND HELIE WEDDED Mme Gould Becomes Wife of Prince De Sagan London Mu e Anna Gould ant Prince Hello de Sagan were married at a registry office In Henrietta street oft Covent Garden Tuesday A sub sequent ceremony was conducted at the French Protestant church on Soh square Tho civil ceremony was simple Out side of Prince Helle Mme Gould the witnesses and the officials no one was present A great crowd consisting largely of porters from the Co vent Garden market and employes of the publishing houses In the vicinity as sembled In the street outside Prince Hello produced a copy of the notice med with the registrar establishing his two weeks residence In tho dls trlct and the registrar granted his ll cense Goulds May Be Reconciled New York lloports that Frank J lould and his wife have becomo recon clled were circulated Wednesday fol lowing tho striking from the court alendar of an notion entitled Gould rcrsus Gould Watson Is Notified Atlanta Go Thomas E Watson was formally notified of his nomIna Ion for president by the Populists of- the United States at a mass meeting hursday night Lusltanla Breaks Record New York Breaking all previous ecords over tho long diatance course cross the Atlantic the Lusltanla arrived at Sandy Hook lightship Friday Ihe time of passage being 4 days 19 ours and 36 minutes Robert Mather Painfully Hurt Redding Col Robert Mather former president of tltti Rock Island RnJb road company while riding In a wagon and leading a saddle horse was jerked rom the vehicle and his left frrist as broken 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library ill Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thoso least advanced same lector Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students ArlthmeUo and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing StngtngBibl- Iiandwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Ftw text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractloaa tad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Ears ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yearn for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful Ute CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course 00 that a young ma may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Horn Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S and 4 year course with Latin Or man Algebra History Science etc fitting for ooUre COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses irttt use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tfc highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tho profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one to get a flratclas certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money rev calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Boiea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come frosa tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe 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 ball farm and shops receiving valuable train Jag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It is expected that all will havo a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coning secure extra employment so u to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate fet the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrcpa and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera Live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas sad other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no real for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only enough loom rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa guarantee for return of room key library books eta This la paid but once and to returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expensed for care of school bold ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Foe for raoat students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model School 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidents fee and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as followa- tSPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 92200 Installment plan first day 1875 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 675- SPRING 4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work IMt SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 1908U weeks 2950 In one payment 12900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as followsIOn board In toll except that no allowance Is made for any traction ol swede II On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any urea pined fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing tho student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO BTAY When you have made your Journey and are mtt started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term is March 26 1908 The first day of Fall term is September 16 1908 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary i WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people ma good thing when they tee it and to get a 75 cent knife vith tm blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to tUUDOB Lain people titan any other dollar paper in the werfd t The Knife send The Citizen for One Dcilar That brings la subscriptions all the time If OUUTe lent got H you ought to have i ITHE SCHOOL I KENTUCKYS RURAL SCHOOLS Article Ili What the Teacher Should be Encouraged to Do ey PRESIDENT FROST of Borea Collero The country school teacher comes Into the district as an object of more or less crltlclrm and cuiloslty People wonder how ho got tho school rather than somebody else where he will board and how soon he will lick the first child The teacher himself may not be a very great person probably If he were a certified genius he would be doing something else Nevertheless while the teacher may be n student not yet graduated himself or a person In other ways less than the Ideal with proper encouragement from others and proper courage on his own part he may be alight In the district First of all he should bo cncour aged to call at every homo and get acquainted with children and parents The bond of confidence Is a great help towards education And next he should be encouraged- to do the things which will wake up the pupils They will learn most when they are In the atmosphere of pleasure and enthusiasm We like to see a teacher read an amusing story at the i opening or close of school who will teach the children how to play PrlsI iners Goal Pompom pullaway and engage In other sports so thatt they shall feel that he Is their friend companionI too should be the i source of general information Ho should show the pupils the connection between their studies and things of the great world which they wish to know about Let him point to the nearest railway or rivulet and trace It to the city or the sea Let him tell the story of the early settlement of the DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Continued frnm First Page Mr Bryan did good work with his platform He managed to be radical enough to please the wildest of his followers and conservative enough tint to give the Eastern wing d- Ue party a good excuse for bolt- Ing All the different factions of the party have been somehow brought together with no one outside except the men that Bryan threw out The platform will be found fully discussed on another page It is worth noticing however that the antllujunctlon plan intended to catch the labor vote Is believed to have a Joker In it ic that it would do labor no good and a good many labor leaders are expressing their dissatisfaction The plank of the currency blames the Republicans for the panic of 1907 which may be good politics but it does not explain how the Republicans made panics in Europe and in tact all over tho world and a good many will be Inclined to think that it goes too far It was a fine thing for the Democrats to have so much harmony on the platform but the radical people arc loosing sight of the fact that Bryanallthat he will hang himself good and properMr Bryan made a good selec tion of a running mate Mr Kern la not a man of wide ability and Is hard ly Vnown outside his own state but there Ii every probability that his nomination will put the Indiana vote la the Democratic column He Is a Site man and a good citizen husband and father and has a perfect reputation Ills chief weakness la that he was put forward by Tom Taggart a eamblipghouse keeper and corrupt r politician and that some people will say that Mr Taggart is using air Kern to pull his chestnuts out of the fire In Indiana Sir OHIe James of Kentucky who wants to pu dynamite under the mountains probably so that they will not interfere with the night riders in his part of the state seems to have thrught that he had a chance of being nominated and spent a lot of time telling people that he wouldn lw vicepresident It was like a baby takethePRESIDENTIAL SITUATION CMtlmitd frm Pint rtfe campaIgnmaterlul countrythethe party that Is for the hard times This may be good politics and it will probably fool part of tho people part of the time but it disgusts a good many who know that Bryan knows Bryanalsowhich the tepublicaus have prom people t county In which they live and above all let him take an Interest In the practical affairs of their lives An old tomato can should be filled with eeeds and flowers to awaken an in terest In tho growth of plants lIe should call attention to every piece of work in the district which is done with skill and enterprise The read ing class should be provided with an agricultural newspaper and the arith metic class should do sums and prob lems which will help the pupil measure a cord of tanbark or compute n store account And perhaps the greatest single benefit which the district school can confer upon the community is to bold an exhibition Thure ought to be two oxhlbltlons one In tho middle of the term which will serve as a kind of reherasftl anu gatherer ot Interest and one at Its close which shall enable till term to expire with fireworks and glory What will be worth more than that they to our little citizens should have the chance of spelling down In the presence of their el ders and present a prepared lesson IE geographr before tho appreciative eyes of fathtrs and mothers What will give them more Impluse In the right direction than to declaim with earnestness If not with grace the old pieces which have been the first rounds of so many ladders that have reached the stars Let us have Pat I rick Henrys Plea for Liberty Whlt tUis Barefoot Boy Mrs HemanaI Graves of a Household and Long fellows Psalm of Life declaimed in every school house lost Democratic revision of the tar Itt But there is one thing worse than all these Many people with long memories have gone back tour years and are looking at the old platform No one would believe that the two were written by the same party They are very different What one wants the outer denounces what one condemns the other praises If ego back eight years to 1000 we find something nearer like the present platform What does al this mean T What does the Democratic party want Does It know what It wants And will It do what It says but what it evidently Is not sure about A good many wen arc answering these ques tions unfavorably to Bryan and declare that the Democratic party is nn tnutwcnhy that it does not know wtiat it wants cr what to do If it should get into power and they say that the platform is we rtbless W R Hearst who two years ago ran for governor of Naw York on the Democratic ticket and who In his two former campaigns has supported Biyan says on the subject We are bound to aid with regret that wti have lost confidence also in William J Bryan who by wellman ipulated bossship has compelled this nomination No reliance can be placed on the Democratic platform or on Bryans declarations The Democratic plat fotra ditlarea for ne set of princi pits at one election and for an en tirtly different set at the next elec tion wblle Bryan Is apparently with out permanent principle or sincere convict on or even honest attitude- A nuts is L promise to pay It is valuable according to who makes it platform and a platform made by the Demo cratic arty and endorsed by Mr Bryan is not worth the paper it is written on The Democratic party has become a weathercock of what its Inferior leaders imagine to be the expression of public opinion It reflects supinely the corporation instinct and serv lUly of K Parker and it Is ready atI the neAt moment to reflect the half baked Illmatured opinions of some Icirglnary radical AH these things weaken the Dem ocratic appeal for votes ou the platform Thb Republicans cnn make a- very brief claim They simply say We are doing these things that the Democrats are talking about and we have beep doing them for some time We promise to keep right on doing them and we say Just what we are going to do We do not promise what wa cannot perform and our car rang cut of the promises in other platforms proves that we will do what sayNow a good many people will not like what the Republicans are try lug to do but the same people will not like the Democratic party any totter end so it comes down to a question of which side the people can tryst with the Republicans far ahead Another element unfavorable to the Democrats has been the drawing of lijosevelt Into the tight He had been Intending to keep out and his pers onal popularity Is so great that tho Democrats had been hoping he would suit hoped so much that they did net attack him personally in their patform But Chairman Clayton of the convention made a bad mistake and the president will get Into the fight with his coat otC He Is II wundcriul campaigner and a good iraay Democrats admit mat they art badly scared It came about this way Older mon will remember the corruption fund charger which were made by Mr Parker during the last presidential campaign and which were Indignant ly denied by Mr Roosevelt The charg es were In effect that Mr Cortelyou who wtgned from the Secretaryshlii of the Department of Commerce and Labor and became chairman of the Republican oonunltte and maungvi ot the campaign had used Mcrtti regarding corporations which he hUll 1 arn ml In Ills office to extort from o riion duns that had been guilty of lawbreaking big oontrlb tlons to the campaign fund and that In return k had with the permission of Prw Hcosevfclt promised them safety Mr Kcosevtlt3 denial settled the quta Lion but sinO that time there have been several tevolattona of corpora tion contributions to both Republi don and Democratic campaign funds anti M Clayton declared that Mr Parkers charges were proved and that the President 1ad been shown tit bo a blackmailer and corruption Itan enemy to good government It Is needless to say that these charges are false and oan be proved so That question will be taken nj In a future article But the taint is that they will give Mr Roosevelt o chance to get Into the tight and that i defending himself he will help Taft tremendously Clayton thought ho was hurting the Republicans but In reality he was helping them more than any other thing fa the conven tion did In other ways Mr Clayton attacked tbe President particularly because of him alleged steamroller at the Re piblican Convention sail he charged that hU messages to Congress do mandlrg reforms were for the sake of making a political play Both those charges will oome back on the heads of the party that makes them because the Democratic methods were wrse than the Republican and the strength that enabled Roosevelt to force the nomination of Taft fa the same that put him In the White lIousethe will of the people and also because the people have decid ed for themselves that he Is their friend and Is honestly working for them nd are not going to stand any false attacks on him These are the main points that will have to be considered in the cam paign according to present appear ances and they will show up in the pipulai vote But presidents are not elected by popular vote but by the vote of the electoral college Each state has a number of members of that college equal to tho number of Its members In Congress and their vote Is Just III good II they are elected by a majority of one as It they have the unanimous backing of their state A man nay become president legally against the will of a majority of voters tho weare really reckoning up the chances of the election we will come nearer getting a safe result It we count up by states And in this count Bryans weakness Is strongly shown Jn the figure here given vf hate tried In every case to give Bryan the benefit of tho doubt because this is a Republican paper and It Is always better to give the oth er fellow a little more credit than you think he really deserves Of course to start Bryan has the scUd South with 120 votes Those voles would go to Satan himself If he went on the Democratic ticket Next while some of the border states are doubtful we will for good measure give them all Maryland Kentucky Missouri and Oklahoma to Bryan They have 46 votes The total Is 166 The following states are considered certain for Tatt Maine Vermont Now Hampshire Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut Ohio Michigan Illinois Wisconsin Iowa Pennsylvan la Minnesota South Dakota North Dakota California Wyoming Utah Oiegon Washington Kansas total votes 219- Some Democrats wH claim they have a chance for acme of these states but that chance Is nowhere so good as thu Republican chance to carry Kentucky for Instance The following states are dou- bttulNew York with 39 votes In diana New Jtrsejy West Virginia Nebraska Dataware Colorado Idaho Nevada and Montanatotal 98 The total number of electors Is 483 votes so it will take 242 te elect Taft seems to lack 23 votes and Bryan 76I Now as we look over the list or doubtful states we se that Bryan must have the vote oj New York It he is to win because If that state goes fog Taft he at orce has more than the needed 23 Even If that state goes for Bryan Taft will have a chance but Bryan cannot do with out It Bryans plan of campaign Indicates that he Intends to make his fight In the West and his managers claim that they will carry some Qf the states that are In the Republl ova column In this estimate Ier hnps they will but Bryan line never carried any of these states yet and there Is nothing to show that he will have any better chance now than be foreIt its good This leaves the campaign depend ins so far as Bryan 1y concerned on New York Taft will have to tight him In many of the Western states but with moro than aa oven chance Iwcauso many of tha Democratic planks are made to catch the union later vute which Is strongest In the East and also because Roosevelt great strength is In the West and he wit be able to help Tart mos tbere And how about New York It look ao If Bryan had given New York up ahead If he bad really hoped to carry that state he would have seeded a New York man as his running mute thereby offsetting the ad vantage that the Republicans have In Shermans nomination But over whit that boll there Is great doubt whether he could have carried the state and tin himself seems to hate derided that there was no chance for him there and that it would do better Ui put the vicepresidential nonilna thin In a state which might be in duped to turn his way There are three reasons why Dry an cannot carry New York First New York has never forgiven hlr for free silver and hf has never carried the state wbtro his bM t friends are Luke warm nod where also he is accused of destroying Parkr fo tr years apo Second he and Murphy the corrupt boy ot the most corrupt political machine known hive between them thrown out of lIe party a very disreputable but power- lid man Long Pat McCorren 01 Brooklyn lcCarren had fairly won his place In his party but he would net obey Murphy who has been try tag to extend the power of Tammani over livooklyu Bryan sold Brook ln to Lira and MeOtrca was throw IB McCarren controls thousands of votes Democratic votes and he said when he was thrown out that no one lu the convention would live long enough to see another Democratic Governor of New York He moani It and he can do It unless there Is a landslideand who can believe that Bryan will get a landslide at this lain day That makes two reasons why Bryan cannot carry the state The third IP the blggset and iti name Is Hearst Hearst is a regu pat Democrat to date has been n Democratic candidate for Governor of New York and a member of Con gress He owns the biggest news papers In tho world and has a large and enthusiastic following among the moat ignorant and radical of the mill Ions living in New York And tho Bryan has offered Hearst almost anything to com over Hearst Is against him Hearst offered nc objection to BtyanV nomination he tells his Ti lends that be want Bryan to find out what It is to be really beaten badly Hearst supported Dry it In his two previous campaign but Bryan was nut very grateful till the time cAwe when be could use Hearst again Now It Is too late Hearst will not exctly bolthe will start anew party o rather reorganize one he used a while ago which he calls the Independence League He will tin another candidate for President democrats comfort themselves by saying that he will get at many Repub Ican votes as Democratic so that what lit does will not make any dlf fetence That was true when he MU for Mayor of New York but there are a lot of men who vote Republican on natlocal issues In New York but who are Democrats or mugwumps on city politics Also Hearst will Frame his platform bo It will catch Democrats rather than Republicans He is ort for Just one thIngto make Biyan remember that Ingratitude h sharper than a serpents tooth and he Is nut going to encourage Repub beans to come to him He is Just going to pull away all the Democratic vote he can and time chances are pretty good that he will get n heap of them Heanfs revolt will be felt elsewhere by tho party too because he owns papers ir several of the biggest cities and the Democrats will wally have very few papers on their side That makes a good deal ot doff reuce In thcio days when the usual way of getting at people Is thru the papers While Bryar admits that he will hive a mighty hard fight some ot its friends declare that he will sweep everything Of course they are wel come to claln all they want DUll ness men however say that Tatts election Is sure and they are count leg on it to such an extent that bus iness Is opening up again all over the country and times ere rapidly get tng better Business mennot cor ponitlouB but the storekeepers and bunkers and manufacturers say that Tuft will bu elected and they are glad of It and they nro looking for more good times There Is one other little indica tlon A professional better has already laid some money at two to onr against Bryan and says he has Mi000 to put up at that rate POLITICAL NOTES An Issue TtftTaft to Follow Mc Kinley Plan AN ISSUE OF IAFTThe publK Itof campaign funds will be an Is sue In the ccmlng campaign Mr Taft had extended talks with Chairmen Hltchoool and George R Shel don Treasurer ot the Notional Com mlttee at Hot Springs Va It was agreed to comply with t w New York law as to the publicly of oampalgr funds TAFT TO FOLIOW MoKINLKY PLAN Secretary Taft has been advised by some of his friends to con duct his campaign much as President McKlnliy dill twelve years afroIIO Klnley teUttllKd oonilnuftusly at hom anti did not itue tlnitte W make a single speech on tho atdtHtt Unlosi hs plans are changed Secretary Taft will spend tho nUt few months H Hot Soring Va where he will receive visiting delegates GAVEL FROM KESTUCKVTh little mahogany gavel with which chairman Taggatt rapped for order tame hunt Kentucky The vrwod Awn not grow In this State but one of our mountain boys brought It from Cuba during the Spanish war The honor of making the motion for adJourn- ment was given to Olllo James of Kentucky and It seems that Kentucky has had her sure ot ttu w rklngs In the convention DBMOC1UTIC IllAISn OP TAFT CklGf UeotIOrdIIW TIMI U edit plant ol stiff nttmit partlMm falp la our pofttte bet we hiltnly good feoftnc of softer and political manners and greater candor and courage than once prevailed That conscious Independence Is growing al admit that IU influence b healthy all but the extreme iwrtli sac and the spoilsmen will gladly nc ogulie And there Is every reason to believe that this Influence M largely responsible for the Increasing willingness of moderate party men and organs to treat opponents with some Justice and generosity One of the signs of the times Is the reception by the Republican press of the appointment of General Wright an erstwhile Democrat southerner and former Confederate soldier as Secretary of War No surprise Is ex pressed In any quarter and the com ments of the press refer exclusively to the generals qualifications his Phllllplne service his knowledge of the Orient Another symptom may be found In the Democratic tributes to Secretary Taft as a candidate for the presidency If opposition praise ot Tafts character and ability were confined to the uncompromisingly antiBryan Democratic press It would not perhaps be so significant But papers hat are sure to support the Denver nominee papers who do not doubt that Bryan will be that nominee and who are working for him sincerely are among those that have bestowed the praise and tributes we have alluded to The Atlanta Constitution for exam pie says that It risks few contradictions in stating that the dominant element In the South will view Tafts nomination as the wisest and most acceptable choice that could have been made by his party so far as the Interests of the South and the nation are concerned The Bal timore Sun says that fill that the people know of Taft is to his credit and that hp has all the qualities which inspire respect and confidence as between man and man The Phlla delphia Record thinks the Demo crate will win this year but U ad mires Taft as a man of the highest character and fine abilities Intelligent men are now aware that it Is possible to be fair tho partisan The ntxt campaign should be con ducted on a high plane Faith In God Is best evidenced by fellowship with men Too many measure their means by their meanness TiE MARKET area Prices Potatoes Jrltt Per buL20 Cabbage 2c per lbePeas 12tfc per gal Honey IGc per lb j Beans 12tfc per gal Apples per but7Gc t t HIucklM rrlen 74100 per gut Strawberries per qtl0nc Eggs pet dozen 130 Butter per Ib15Oc I Bacou per Ib 10110iImam per lb12c j Lard per lbv1012149 Chickens on foot per Ib16er p Corn 90c 1t i Oats 60c- Wheat 950 per bu w Millet 100 pet bu Llvt Sttck Louisville July 14 1903 Choice export steers 5 75 6 40 Choice butcher steers 5 25 6 90 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher steers 4 79 55 Common butcher steers 4i5 4 15 Choice butcher heifers 4 75 6 90 Medium butcher heifers 4 00 6 00 Common butcher heifers 3f 4 CO Choice butcher cows 45 4 V S Medium butcher oowi 3 00 4 V5 Common buUrer oows 2 75 J TO Cannon e 1 25 2 25 Choke tat oxen 4 CO 6 M Medium oxen 3 00 400 Choice bulls 3 60 4 25 Medium bulls 75 CO Common builtrrlr 5 di 2 id- Cholo Peal calve 6 60 6 09 Medium veal wes 3 60 5 00 Common calves 2 50 3 TO Good feeders 4 CO 6 CO Medium fe dtrs 4 00 4 M Common feeders 3 50 4 CO I Choice stock steers 4 M 4 M Medium stock steers 350 4 04 Commo store steers 3 00 3 fO Choice stock betters 3 15 J 7S Medium stock heifers 2 50 SIi Common mixed stockers 2 60 3 40 Choice milch cows 35 00 45 M i Medium mUch cows 25 00 30 00 Common milch cows II II II II lIoas Choice packers sad buUhers ste to Me UM G OS Medium packers sad butchers IM to MO Nisti G m Choice pits S9l S ttM i G a- Light tilts WOO IW I N Light tripper 190110 tea 636 Hewitt U04W liM I 60 i Sf slier Choke Iii sheep 386 3 11 v Medium sfeiip 210 3 21- COMNHNI sheet 1 10 2 91 Dun 1 50 2 lChoice lambs 7 00 Seconds I CO Good butcher lambs 4 00 C 00 Cull and tall ends S 00 4 00 MESS POKK II 60 HAMS Choice sugar opted light and special care 11llHc btavy to medium 1111cS- HOULDERS92c p r Ib BACON Clear rib sides 9V4 s reg ular clear lidos Sfce breakfast bacon 14ttc sugar cured shoulders IJic bacon extra 9c bellies light lOc heavy 10- 0LARDPrlae steam in tierces 11 pure leaf In tierce 9c In tubs 9cDRIED BEEF We EGOS Case taunt ISo per dot candled He- BUITEn1Cc per Ib POULTRY Sprint chickens ISo turkeysWHLATNo 2 83e No3 880 CORNNO 2 white sic NO 3 mixed 79c- OATSNox No 3 white 55Hc Nor mixed Sic RYENo 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern Me TNEWS OF THE WEEK Cotlnuti tram Kir t rate CorporatlollIIat a world trustB- OOKIES LOSE Twentytwo a AI KingsCounty 1 In New York If the Indictments are gotoany of these men are convicted the- cae will be carried to the highest court to try the constitutionality of the lw OIL FIELD ON FIREA lake of oil covering an area of more than one square mile la on fire la the state ot Vera Crux Mexico The lake is of unknown depth and contains nllllona ot barrels of oiL Tho oil fIeld was being developed by the Pennsylvania 011 Co and one of the workmen accidentally sit fire to one ot the wells and the flames were carried to tho underground lake A terrible explosion occurred which lift pd the surface of tho earth oft the lake The whole field will be burn ed up c The Porter Drug Co iMOOIFOtlTID PHONE 12 BEREA KY ooeoooBerea and Vicinity ipI 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESi2A Ne c No ee o o o e o e o o t e o oe ees eo DR BEST t eDENTISTtin PONE us OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Messrs J K Hay and R M Bras haw of McKee mad a short visit to Berea this week anti e home returnedI Air G M Green moved rartl County mat week Mr Green has been a citizen uf Berea for a number of yean i WlMKW Walker Smith Mr and pars Dick Mr and Mrs Joe W Stephens and daughter went to lllch find Vedncrday r + Mr and Mri Stephens and daughter Mr null Mm Dick C V Hanson and wile Prof Rumold and wits Xr B L Hoberu Donald Edwards alit Fannie Dowdeu went to Brush OfWk Cave Tuesdayg ilr tud Mrs Stephens returned Tiomt Friday Mrs Stephens Is sister of Mr Dick Rev John Herget of Cincinnati l utor of the largest Baptist church In Ohio has joined hU wlfo In Bereft tot wlU return io his work Friday krt J W Stephens gave a birth deb paity to Ml Stephens and John llHoo teat Wednesday night A good onjwrd was procent awl all had a de llictitful time C Mr tend Mrs Pat Kearns of Parish lire biter Lou Dunoan have returned that Kanuake and Chicago where they have been vlrittnir their cousins Mr and Mn Wm Durbin limit M D Braokfr Superintend ent of Garden and Forestry left Friday afin noon for tha north to spend lib summer vacation JUr Ianflcid returned homo Wed iweday July 8 from hiA vacation trip Mr W H Porter and family are Ul udltx a week at Slate Lick 1flnpJ Wood of Conway was In town Friday on business Miss Berths Pierson of Kerby JCaob has been visiting friends and iflntlvrs here U S Deputy Marshals Mulllns and Start of Illobroond Ky were here lost wick on business Allen Wallace ot Jelllco Tenn cnme last Friday for a visit with his parents Mr and Mn E B Wallace illuM Evs and Nannie Johnson lilt St pday for Cincinnati for I vweka visit with relatives there Miss Amy Todd Assistant In the Berea National flank has been spend I lop her vacation with friends In Ohio Miss Etta Lewis Is filling her past tlon lira Blnam IttU was the guest ot low alstti Mrs J I Ofbbard a part ot last week Alias Nell McFerron of Livingston at came Monday for a visit with Mr aud Mn Frank LIvengood Miss Daisy Spence had a severe at tack ot appnidlcltls last week but has partly rcccvered Quite a number of young people who live on Center Street enjoyed a hay tide las Saturday night Mrs Mollle Brewer and daughter Eflle ot Richmond visited with Mrs Browera parents Mr and Mrs B M Spence a part of last week Mrs Spurlcck of Paint Lick was t IIntown Friday to see her daughter U M Burgess Mr Tilford Hazelwood has been very los for the past few days and Ito hardly expected to r cover Mr John Dean left Saturday for McKee to act IU cashier ot the bank there while Mr Hayes has his va V canon l Dr and Mra Cowley who expected its leave last Friday for Minnesota did not go until Tuesday being de t tamed by a slight Illness of Dr ipcwley Mrs Florence RIdgway who has been connected with the college for the past two years left last week for her home at Highland 0 Ransom McQuInn Is sick this week TOWN TAXES DUEAll tax pay era la the town of Berea are hereby notified that Urea tor the year 1903 are due and must be paid to me W L Harrlwa Collector BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COME Krrnstoti Lewis Is OUt again after a slight illness last week Jack Henderson Is at home from Murehod Ky for a visit with his motherMeagK Jeasp Hutf and Henry Lug llnor nut In Jackson Count this week putting qA galvanized metal toting Mr A W Stewart was In town Sat urday on business Dr Thom oa left Wednesday for Lake Galileo Bible Conference Mell un WUconstn where Rev Busswell and Proto and Mrs Weaver are at tending Then they will go to Green ksIlIttnand Urn Thomson will return home enily In September Mra Stanley Frost returned home Tveeday from an extended visit o Glmriln and other points In Ohio The parties arrested or the Fourth of July for disorderly conduct were tried last Friday and ah but one Clime dfhr Mat Young was tried before Judge Gay nod was fined 26 and ten days in jail for carrying concealed dally weapon But till other part lea were tried before Justice Wilson avd came deal on the plea of not guilty There Is some other trouble In tows that seems to be without any tower to toutrol lu And that U Btfok tunning at large Mr W f Galloway was fined the lowest limit for allowing hit stock to run out In town Tho cost was about = 10 Soma other prates are subject to a tine It they had anyone to report them for stoak ie continually running out In town aid nobody seems to think It U their duty to report Since the ret taken out ot thep nltslbdity was hinds ol tho marshals the Town Beard should appoint someone to see titer It as Ml Gay cannot drop his dames and chase around town mak- Ing people keep up their stock Put In a responsible man and see that he eriorces the law The citizens and the law mus work together to get the most effective results GOOD FARM LAND WANTED Parties having about 100 acres of good farm land In Madison County or adjoining Bluegrass Counties for lease will do well to addresa The Citizen Berea Ky- CNARMINOWITHOUT BEAUTY It isnt that I am anxious to get named said the plain young woman but I do want to be liked and admlr ed and 1 am so homely Ive given up trying to please I am growing pessimistic and rshall bo a spur old maid Yet If she would realize the truth It Is In her power to be attractive despite her lack of a classic nose and a cicam and rose complexion Most women overestimate the power of personal charm Many women grow discontented and earless because they are plain of faca when they aavo within them If It were awakened and developed a power to attract greater than that given by regular features and lovely complexion Mr Henry Jainea assorts that one essen tial aim in educating women should be to teach them tact which Is the true cecret of the art ot pleasing ot which every woman should be mIs- tress Tact nasty be cultivated to a degree that means the power to in fluence men and women Irresistibly The basis of tact Is a knowledge ot human naturo together with the faulty of putting yourself In another place Add to these a gracious manner a wen modulated voice and a spirit of kindly toleration and you have tactu possession which maybe attained and which Is infinitely more to be desired than beauty Mary E Bryan in Uncle Rerausi The Home Magazine for June I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE M TR pratbcrSuc- ccaeoT to OolOcn Grocers Company pbonc 184 main Street Opposite Gft3Cll OttlCC L P I T I II 1- y College Items Ii- o o i HERE AND THERE I 000Earl O Clark of Ohio writes that he Is laying his plans to bo back to reboot this fall Illevins P Allen 05 now cashier c the Bluff City Dank Tennessee is Interesting some young people of Km Tennessee in Berea J P llutchlnson of Virginia who tsaa In school In 1901 Is planning to IK back for the Fall term John D Creech now S S nIsI ionary for the Presbyterian church hi Tennessee plans to be In Berea to take a college course this year Mr Creech graduated from the Nor mal In 1003IWm Jones of Wild I who was In Berea lu 99 and 05 graduates thIs week from Louisville Medical College There Is 1 this prospect for a good hand this year Several new men of experience will be here for College work v J President Frost spoke at Chautau qua July 3 on the subject Scenes or Lincolns Qpyhood Days lie al so preached at Jamestown New York July 12- Miss Lillie Moore who has been In llliola for the past month has re luined to take charge of the nursing SOME BRYAN RECORDS Bryan made 2100 speeches In his four months campaign In 1896 In ono day In New York State he made fortyone In 1900 In Missouri and Kansas he spoke from 6 a m to midnight with but little ret during the nine teen hours He traveled over 42000 miles in each campaign and shook hands with hundreds of thourands of t eo plo His secret of health Good food and good rest no liquor and no tobacco ire never allows himself o get nervous worried or angry MOONSHINE RAID The United States Marshals arrest ed James and Hiram Smith near Be rea last Thursday for alleged moon shining The Smith brothers are from Jackson County and are now In the Richmond Jail awaiting trial They am charged with both making and selling liquor a double crime either ot which Is a penitentiary offense One of the Smiths has been caught and convicted before for moonshlnlng but the penalty did not seem sufficient to convince him that it Is dangerous Other warrants have been Issued for parties selling whiskey In Berea and adjacent country Some of these par ties have been peddling It along the road stopping men and canvassing them In open day 1ght with great boldness open defiance to the law of the state and nation This Is more an act ot Ignorance than ot boldness for the bravest man who knows his business U not going to defy the law ot the Nation We can congratulate ourselves on having such officers as Mclllns and Short and such a diligent sheriff as W A Johnson l STATE NEWS C tUue4 from Pint Pace I SIIlNJNGDus1Iness money stringency Is sluwly passing in central Kentucky The three industries wblcn Kentucky Is so much Interested In have been seriously af fected in various ways the growing of tobacco breeding of thoroughbred horses und till making of whisky The uneasiness which followed the ad verse legislation In New York and Louisiana Is gradually passing away and by winter It Is believed there will be a pronounced Increase In business activity- LAUREL COUNTY INSTITUTE The foilowlng are some Items taken from The Mountain Echo Prof R M Shlpp superintendent ot city schools ot Winchester was the in structor and he Is a very eloquent and intellectual speaker The wel come addresses were given bj Prof j c LewU and Congteuniaa D C Edwards who made happy little taunt and started the best Institute1 Laurel County baa ever had Tuesday morn Ing Reading occupied almost the entire ttsslon and was ably discussed In all its phases Spelling was taken up In the afternoon and ably discussed Wednesday evening Prof E F Dlzeny of Berea College com pletely captivated the audience in a lecture on Kentucky Highlanders and Their Feuds Ono of the best features of the Institute was the music furnished by Miss Kathleen Lewis and the London Symphony ClubCOLLEGE DEDICATION The dedication services ot a new college near Oakdale Breathltt County took place Wednesday Many who help ed the work along and have nbver been whore It was actually done were at tho dedication Tho Soul Win nors is the name of time society who started and carried on the splendid w oik of education In Breathltt County The society Is supported alone ty free will of fm CRS of individual Christ Lana In forty dltfefent states In the mountains of Kentucky Tennessee Virginia and North Carolina more than 6000 conversions have been made 10000 Bibles given away S97 Sunday Schools taught with more than 39000 pupils Mora than 96000 i Ins been contributed for the work and not one cent has been collected from any church- AUTOMOBILE JUMPS IN RIVER An automobile party of five prom tent members of Louisville society were precipitated a distance of forty fnet tram a broken bridge at Smith vlllo Into the Salt River shortly after 10 oclctk Monday morning No one was Hilled but some are In a critical crndltirn and may dlr The Injured were Richard Menefen Shelby Bon nie Sam Barr Carl Wiseman Mrs Shelby Bonnie and Miss Elizabeth Sherley Tho four men were unconscious for hours Good Home in Berea For Sale A fire room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Improvements located on Chestnut St Quarters tor cow horse 100 chickens Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain If taken at once For par ticulars see M L Spink Berea Ky Everything for Ladies and Childrens Wear When you buy from us you secure the best goods Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY QUARTERLY REPORT Of Compend30th day of June 1908 RESOURCES Loin and DUcounU Jg42oU Overdrafts secured and unsecured 5024930 Due from National Kanlci 175G21 Due from Stale Thank and Hankers None Due front Trust Companies None Two flank Housed and Iits 18m41 Other Real Itate None Mortage Included In loana U 8 Hond None Other Stock and Bond None Currency and Specie 897576 Exchange for Clearing None Other Items carried u Ctuh 95s Furniture and Matures 6730sJ Fund to pay Tans None Current Expense lnce Jan t vii x005 18 Give dcriptlonl value and how longowned all rent estate except banking houses and iota If any owned longer than 5 year Nene Interest Paids tuy aoSla- 9IiAIUIITInn 7J Capital Slock paid In Itf Cash 000000 Surplus Fund 911118 Undivided Profits soJlIJ5 Due Depositors as follows vie Deposits subject to check on which Interest lanot paid STUIJSJ Deposits subject to cheek en which Interest Is paid jjoauxf Demand certificates of depot itoa which Interest Is paid 6o0oo Time certificates of deposit on which Interest is paid liJ0415 Ravings deposits on which Interest Is paid jjrxryiC- ertified check None 13701519 Due National Hanks J9JoDue State flanks and Hankers Noue Due Trot Companies None cashier Checks outstanding 19100 Bills redlscDuntcd None Unpaid dividends None Taxes due and unpaid Nona Capital Stock not paid None 30504 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual member thereof directly or Indirectly If tuch Indebt ttltieiM exceed lapercentof capital Stock actually paid In cud actual amount of surplus of that bank IMJOCO How indebtedness Mated in above item secured Mortgage on real estate worth double amount of ex cess Highest amount of IndebteJoe of any director or officer If the am ount of such Indebtednes exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank IJIJ3oo tow i same secured Mortgage on real estate worth double amount of CXCVM Doe amount of indebtedness of any- IxeOntompany or firm Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual member thereof exceed ja per eeat of paidup capital and actual sun plus Vo If so state amount of uch Indebted ness None Amount of last dividend 400000 Were all expense losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yae tS5ountyW II Porter Cashier of the Berea Hank and Trust Company Bank organized located and doing business In the town of Berea In said coup ty being duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true statement of the condi lion of the said Bank at the dose of business on the JOth day of June 1908 to the best of hla knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an of fical notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1908 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W H Porter this Jjth day of July 1908 O D HOLUOAV Notary Public Madison County Ky My commission expires January d9 1912 W II PORT8R Cashier J J MOORlt Director K T FISH Director CHAS BURDKTTE Director TOWN TREASURERS REPORT Following lb the report of the Treasurer of Berea at the close cf buslnes June 30 1903 l RECEIPTS Cash on hand January 1 i9d1 J IJI Fine received from Police Judge J8j Tax Collection for 1907 2191 SubKriptloni Depot Street Pike Fund 29928 both Circus and other privilege tmoo Total Receipts J337J DISBURSEMENTS Paid Interest on note 600 t iSoa Freight on ballast forstreeta 4842 11371 I t938toborCash on hand June 30 290 1323 Total DUbunemenU IJS87J Signed J W STEPHENS Town Treasurer KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kentucky State FaIr LOUISVILLE SBPT 144 Maya Stanford July 283 days Parts Sept 16 days Danville August 53 days Liberty Aug 263 din Winchester August j days Burkesvllle August U4 tiara Lexington August 106 days Lancaster July Zt3 days Barbourrllle Asg193 days Somerset September 14 days Brodhead Aug 13 days Shelbyrllle Aug 1J4 day BEREA August 678 London August 254 days MonUceUo September sdagi N L A Davis M D OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE5I CIMTIKST S R BAKER DENTIST Ovno In Biker Build lag Richmond Street BEREA KY II Om Yr Ire I ta a City Ilaoao lax Teeth extracted without palaofnae ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Week Promptly khu1IL CNN Mes Laaesterfey HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking busoMM We Uvite you specially to pUc et least a portion of yur account with us wbeLher large or small t iHYBEN KY 60 YEAR- B6XPKRIENCE I TRADE DESIGNS MARKS 1COPYRIGHTS AcAayanaaeedlnaatctebanddeacrl uoami- ealckly g ueertaln our Optnlon fns ma Invention Is probably pM nt Co- Uons mmnnl strictly conadsntul HANOBWKoa Patents patentlaleate 11ie t iCjjmirican A handsomelr UlantntM weeklr Lariat tilt SodbyallnwdeaterMUNN a Bnacb Office Ott rBUWuatDftoaUU NO EXTRA SESSIOM There will be no extra session of the Legislature for the specific pur pose ot conrloerlng the County Unit Bill but it the Governor decides upon an extra session later In the year It will be primarily for the purpose ot considering the passage of a redistricting bill which he regards of par amount Importance In response to a resolution adopt ed by the Lexington District Con ference ot the Methodist Episcopal Church South at Its recent session held at Wes Liberty urging him to call an extra session of the Kentucky Legislation for the passage of the County Unit Bill Governor Willson has written a letter to Mr E K Evans of Lexington the general secretary of the conference The leader learned of the existence of the letter on Monday and secured permission to publish It In full The Governor In his letter says tbat while he will give the matter thh consideration which the charac tel of tho conference and the Im portance ot the subject make Just and right h3 will not undertake at present to call an extra session of the General Assembly for the pur pose giving at his principal reason that ho would be very reluctant to call any special session Involving tha expense whirh would be necessary when already there Is a great deficit In the State treasury On this subject the Governor says further I have not such confidence that such a call would accomplish anything ast to think It would Justify Incurring the expenseCommenting on the failure of the passage ot the County Unit Bill by the last Legislature the Governor lays the responsibility for the de feat of the measure or the Demo cratic Senate which he says by a majority Independent of the three Republican votes so changed the rules as to defeat all chance ot passe Ing the bill at the last session The Governor strongly Intimates that he may take some action later either by a call for an extra session i or special message for the consider ation of a fair districting bill which he says has now been postponed for mire than fifteen years maintaining a condition flagrantly unjust In this connection ho says I wish to toy to everybody who demands an extra session that the first object of any call or any message shall be- n fair districting bill and after that such other measures ta seem desired by a large majority c f our people tad material to the welfare of the State Lexington Leader Worms ot the dust make poor lead ers ot mea to the divine i 5 The Citizen I family dswspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting P bushed every 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profitless He has been over quite long enough to write a volume or two on America Tho Philadelphia mint is again run nlng at its full capacity and most of the firms that are advertising lIber- ally are also making money Europe Is expecting a largo number of summer tourists from America If prospective tourists can sell their Bteam yachts and automobiles they may go Of course the proposition to estab lish a target range at the Massachu setts agricultural college has nothing to do with teaching the blades of corn to shoot The National Milliners association at Its recent convention had a long discussion on the psychology of hats It Is to be hoped that this will not In crease the price With a national debt of 425000000 000 which she Is planning to Increase Russia bids fair to have a basis for a national banking system for quite a while to come Possibly the California woman who bas been asleep seven weeks was overcome by the sight of those spring hats mentioned in street car conversations sss perfect dreams A udgeDIackstono has been removed from his high office on grave charges It is only fair to explain that It Is not the Dlackstone who wrote the Justly famed law books Jf tho night riders continue their crusade against the tobacco crop there will be a decided shortage of this oodThen the men of tho country will surely bewail the hard times Mrs Alfred Qwynno Vanderbilt denies it and Mme Anna Gould Isnt saying much Nevertheless the two families continue to furnish most of the provocation for big headlines It is very hard on the great American public that the foreign gentlemer will not confido In the said public as to their matrimonial Intentions Their reticence is nn unpardonable strain on the American publics nervous system Of course Its nobodys business if Mme Anna Gould wants to take the risk of another matrimonial alliance with the French nobility nut the things that are nobodys business are often the things that people talk about the most i Much attention Is being paid to the baby la Now York which Is In con tempt of court because It ate up its mothers summons But Judging from the average infantile power of diges tion being In contempt of court was not the worst thing that happened to that baby Anna Gould tried her best to make a man of a count and failed If she wants t take ti prince to rape that may be only following out her line of experiments When she has labored with this titled one at close range her contribution to the literature ot soda ology should be valuable Praise Is given to the Industry of an author who began at the age of 66 to publish novels and although he Is not yet 70 has given us three excep tionally long books the shortest of them containing 270000 words Wo should feel like praising him if he had been Industrious enough to cut the books down to ordinary length The shipping tag was lost from a jug which entered Georgia the othe day relates the Columbus Press Post The station agent took It before a justice to determine the ownership The court decided to take tho matter under consideration for 25 hours When the claimants again appeared the judge was so full of the subject that the question of ownership had been self deeided t Societys Sins r Not Is the IByMRS STUYVESANT FISH I QHE proper maxim for society should be Anybody who is good enough for me to know is good enough for my guests But you dont find it so To bo rich alone is not enough Very often to be rich means to possess brains There arc plenty of people who have both brains and money Wo must not bar thorn But the time should conic when brains will count for more than more money I would have our society made more exclusive more dig nified I would have it harder to be accepted I would have it so that just the possession of mere money would mean little without birth bracing good manners intellect Yet look at the people who do get into so ciety with nothing except money How few know of the kicks and the insults they have endured just to get inn I have had things said about me behind my back because I might choose to invite some clover interesting brainy people to my house Why docs she invite such people I they say And why does she persist in being so original Why doesnt she ask us As if it were original to invite men and women who have brains to your house dinner Heaven knows they are scarce enough I Yet some peoples idea of society is to hand jou the tip of one fingor when you are their guest and then make faces at you behind your back Oh I cant go to Mrs Jones house any more She had Mrs Snooks there at dinner you know You can hear that any day in society I have heard it plenty of times Somebody else dont like Mrs Snooks and because she was Invited to Mrs Jones then everybody who goes to Mrs Jones will not be invited to Mrs Smiths or Mrs Hobinsons Is that the proper plane for so ciety But these very people seem to climb up into society Church Aid to Peace By FRANCIS II ROWLEr D Dash The Man BehindThe Bars Money Brains Ruling Power Seldom in the history of the Christian church has there been opened to her a moro superb opportunity to servo mankind than that now calling her to reinforce and carry forward the movement in the interests of the worlds peace Even should there be among her ministers or her members those still prepared under certain conditions to justify war yet no man fit to be called a Christian can refuse fir an instant to admit the obli gation we are under to avert the horrors of war if it be possible by arbitration If war must be lot it be only after the last possible means has been exhausted that should have saved so dread and desolating a calamity rl here are three ways at least in which the churches can add to the power and momentum of the peace movement First their ministers and their teachers with their rare opportunities to reach tho generation of today and the generation that shall be tomorrow can make clear the real meaning and purposes of arbitration Second the churches through their ministers and teachers may aid the movement for the worlds peace by laying upon the hearts of their people what has been so well called the moral damage of war Silence on the part of the church is treason against her Lord for whatever fine patriotism may have inspired the soldier to maintain his countrys cause no sooner have the opposing forces joined in deadly onslaught than revenge cruelty injustice awake to trample beneath their feet every divine tied ennobling impulse of the human hart Third the churches can do more than another forms of organized activity toward advancing the cause of peace and arbitration by an un failing fidelity to those principles of tho Christian faith that should de termine the relation every man should sustain towards his neighbor whether that neighbor live across tho street or across the sea and whether he be white black red or yellow The church can go further than the great Declaration of 177C that urges upon us a decent respect to the opinions of mankind She must go further than teach us that we are not worthy the Christian name until the brotherhood of man is something more for us than a phrase to juggle with Can you imagine any power for peace equal to the Christian church if she were to rise to her high opportunity Were rhe true to her holy calling as trite she will yet be she could outrival all the peace societies of earth in hastening the day when arbitration shall abolish war By REV WILLIAM OARDAH Belrit It is not an uninteresting question to consider the ethical values of the attitude and behavior of the average public towards that very considerable constituency we tech nically speak of as the criminal portion of the human race The sense of what another thinks of ones self what the other expects and looks for and the social bearing one cultivates each towards the other has really a vast deal to do with ones own behavior and conduct Bight living is after all most ly a social affair All of us arc good and truthful and sympathetic 01111awob8ening for the most part in relation to somebody else or in relation to some standard that considers II as social beingse These men who get behind the bars and are marked with the prison brand and after a time come forth to the air and sun and freedom of civilization the problem for them is what to do with the world they again come into and what the world that has branded them shall do with them It is just this attitude of civilization towards the fellow who has been behind the bars and has worn the stripes that is of the greatest possible moment to him as he comes forth to a free life So long as this attitude is ono of anticipation that he will do his worst in nine cases out of ten he probably will not disappoint this expec tation We are all governed to a degree by what is expeetcd of us and the man who has been behind the bars is handicapped enormously by the interior sense of degradation and loss of selfresjcct and by the feeling also that civilization questions his ability ever to do any better and by the sense also that it universally distrusts him lie has necessarily an enormous fight to make for a new footing and if he succeeds it is certainly not by the grace and favor and generosity of the modern world SAUL REJECTED BY THE LORD Sunday School Lesson IarJul26190S Specially Prtparod for This Paper LESSON TEXT 1 fiamutl 15UM Memory Verae 22 QOLUI2N TEXTThe Loral our Oaf will we serve and lea voice will we obey Joahua rlll- TIMEAbout 1079 D C Umber about xi years after Saul began to reign The nevlstd Chronologies place It later 1lACE dUcal In the Jordan valley Both rejection were at title place Sault capital was albeah of Ilrnjarnln five or alx mllei north ot Jeruaalom The rr llgloua center was at Hlilloh IS miles north of Jeruanlem- PERSONSSamuel at Unman over SO url of age Saul holding court at Ql bosh about 60 years old Jonathan Saula mm a young prince able to BO to warComment and Suggestive Thought- In our last lesson we loft Saul well established on his throne with a wise counsellor In Samuel Several years were spent In organizing the army ar ranging tho government In resisting the encroachments of tho Phllintlncs and In various victorious campaigns In selfdefense against the surrounding nations Saul showed himself to be a fiklllful general and proved that ho had In him the possibilities of a great king Only the warlike Philistines were able to resist him and his pee pro and these were very troublesome and oppressive There are hints qf a royal court and those kingly exactions of which Samuel had forewarned tho people compare 1 Sam 811 with 1 Sam 1462 The Long Walling In their des perate circumstances neither king nor people dared make a move without tho sanction of God Samuel had agreed to come within seven days and offer sacrifices and make known the will of God Six days had gone and tho soy oath day was passing yet no Samuel appeared To a commander like Saul who saw his army melting away like snow In spring and know that the enemy might swoop down upon them at any hour like the eagle from his eyrie or the wolf upon tho fold that every moments delay weakened his own forces and strengthened the en emy such a delay was almost Intoler able The temptation was very strong to be his own priest to offer tho offer ings contrary to Gods law and his agreement with Samuel and prose ins to action lie yielded to tho temptation at the last moment and offered the burnt offerings The Sudden Appearance of Samuel The prophet had delayed his com- Ing probably on purpose to test Saul or ho may have been unavoidably detained Suddenly he appoarod on the scene Saul had failed in the hour of trial lie did not trust God He openly before all the people disobeyed n clour commandment of God Samuel an nounced the consequences to the king Tho kingdom could not continue In his family nor reach Its highest success under him A portion of his possi bilities was lost only tho second best remained to him But he was not deposed other opportunities were open to him Possibly he might retrieve what was lost If ho would A powerful nomadic tribe roaming over southern Palestine and the desert beyond even as far as Sinai and the bgyptlan frontierthe Amalekltes adro a continual danger to Israel and to all that Israel stood for In tho progress of the world Descended from Esuua grandson Amnlek a fierce un tamable race of wanderers Israels most harassing and nnconquornbto nomlos these fierce marauders con itantly hovered on the borders iwollod the Philistine armies or followed In the rear like Tartar hordes pillaging and massacring and as the Israelites had no cavalry retreated without loss to the security of their desertsThe CommandUnder Saul for the first time the nation was strong enough to assume tho aggressive Samuel brought a commandment of tho Lord to Saul that he should utter ly destroy them and all their posses lions its one would destroy wild beast and poisonous serpents or any rob berg that were ruining homes ravish lag wives and daughters corrupting morals and religion Why was this right For the same reason that It Is right to punlah criminals In all wars In all punishments of criminals their wives and their children suffer greatly Ills not tho fault of the executors of the law but the fault of those who break the law and bring all these sot rows upon their families An Ancient Testimony Such ol the vlcked as escape Immediate pun ishment receive not after a long time but during a long time not a slower but a longer punishment Such an odd is kept In life as in a prison that has no outlet or modo of escape yet he may enjoy frequent feasts may tran sact business may receive presents and klndncsseb like the men who pay with dice or at draughts In prison with the rope hanging over their heads Plutarch In Tho Delay of Divine Justice Practical Points Personal Thought The battle of life is the battle between selfwill and Gods will and that ian is placed under serious and oftentimes hopeless disability who falls to win the great victory over tlu selfwill In the time of his youth Robert Tuck The warning from Sault yielding to two great temptations which assail with tremendous force the men of tho day 1 Greed gains obtained by breaking Gods law 1 Because JI feared the people and obeyed their I voice As with Saul so with men of today nnnWILL PROVE HANDY A Good HomeMade Dropper Cork for a Settle Almost every homo has some bottles containing different liquids and as only a few drops of some liquids are required at a time a dropper bottle becomes neces sary A dropper cork can bo sup plied to nnr bottle by burning a hole through a good new cork and Inserting tho glass of a fountain pen filler allowing tho small und to nrotrudo about onehalf Inch from the top ot tho cork The lower end will then extend down Into tho neck of the bottle about two Inches below the bottom ot the cork The bottle Is used in tho same way as n pepper sauce bottle says tho Keystone The glass tube has sufficient length so that when tho drop reaches tho bottom of the tube tho air pressure has become great enough combined with the capillary attraction of the tube to sustain the drop In tho tube thereby preventing any escaping of the fumes I DONT CARET Mother Succeeds In Curing Her Soy of a Dad Habit Charlie was a little boy who always said I dont carol no matter what was said to hhrHur Instance his mother remarked at the table You cant have any more cake It will make you sick- I dont carel said Charlie Ill get well again Sister says Please show me how to do this example I oani do It I dont care says Charlie Find out for yourself and youll know how next time Dont you see your aunt Is stand Ing Got up Charlie and give her your chair I dont core There arc other chairs In the room for her to sit on Come play with the baby he Is crying for you I dont care Int him amuse himself Mother said It was wicked for me to frighten tbo birds but I dont care My cousin but mo running down hill but I dont onto Im at the foot of the clnsn but I dont care I missed in all my lessons today but I dont care One day his mother called him to her knee and said Dont care did you say7 You surely do not know tho Importance of these three words When you go to your father and toll him you aro hungry docs ho say to you I dont care When you come to mo and toll me you are sick what would you think of me were I to say I dont care and then go about my business You would have as much right to be hurt as I am at your con stant repetition of the phrase It Is needless to say that Charlie mended his ways after that Indians In the Navy E L Wheeler Is an apprentice sea man at the Norfolk training station He Is a full blooded Indian of the Uma tribe who has taken n leading place at his station and Is tho first petty officer of a company John La badle a Pawhuska Indian Is now sort Ing on tho U S S Virginia with the fleet Tills man Is said to be the only Indian who has como Into tho navy from the new state of Oklahoma though many of his tribe havo entered the army service J R Cook a full blooded Indian and a descendant of Watch for the great warrior king of the Bt Regis tribe Is now nn appren Uce seaman at Newport He has a brother Tom Cook who Is already a gunners mato In tbo navy on one of the ships I THE BALANCING STICK Learn How to Make One and Have Some Fun with It Got a piece of wood six Inches In length und about half an Inch In thick ness and near one end of It thrust In tho blades of to pen knives In such a manner that one of them Inclines to ono sldo and tho second to the other as define abed In tho Illus ration If tho other end of tho piece of wood Is then placed on tho tip of the forefinger it will itself per fcctly upright without falling ar l even It It Is inclined to one side twill instantly recover Its perpondlcti I lar position being In reality kept In oqulpuso by this knives A Hypocrite Teacher just having explained the character of the Pharisee And now Frank what do wo mean by a hypo erltotFrlnkPlcale teacher a mnn what stay he Is what too tent hut ho aint HERES FOR HEAtTH How You Can Obtain Fresh Alt While Sleeping Tho accompanying Illustrations show tho construction of two different devices exhibited by tho otnto of Mal sachusetts for tho purpose of scour tag fresh air In sleeping rooms Fig 1 shows n single bed placed before a window A light Iron frame Fig 2 fits over the head of the bed and with in tho window frame This triune Is covered with cotton cloth After one Is snugly tucked In bed under this shield with the loo o cloth at tho end and side tucked in about him ho can raise the sash and be practically out ot doors though his body will bo In warm room says tho Country Gentle man In cold weather the head should ot course be protected by swarm cp and If the window is on this weather sldo of tho house It will bo well to tiaco an awning on the out side of the window as ono flora to keep out tho suns toys in tho sumsiflier This frame as shown In can bo fastened to tho inside ot the window fiumo by screweyes and hooks A square frame Fig 3 can be made from laths which would an aver much tho name purpose and bo easier to cover AS the cloth could bo tacked on- Another device Is shown in Fig 1 Hero the single bed has tho head ex Two Types of Sexes tended through the window Into a lit tie tantIlko awning the outside of which Is shown In Fig 6 The Iron log of tho bed will have to bfl slipped back to the position shown In Fig 4 or a wooden frame for the bed can be made by any one handy with tools Tho bottom of the awning Is entirely open while tbo roof has tho center opening that Is shown In Fig 5 The upper end of this opening Is protected by a raised frame covered with cloth while the lower part cnn be left open to be covered In stormy nights or windy weather by a curtain on a regular spring roller as shown A cord runs from tho curtain up over a little pulley nt tho top of the window trams and hangs down within reach of the occupant of the bed A simpler cover and one that would always protect from storm Is shown In Fig C In this case a roof of cloth projecting somo six inches at the sides and at the back Is raised above the entirely open top as shown With such a plan It might be well to provide a clotH screen or curtain to close the open side from which a strong wind may bo blowing Tho bottom of the sash Fig 4 can have a cloth tacked to Itto como down to the bed If it Is desired to kcop tho room within warm during the night CAN DRAWCAT It Is Easy Enough Wfjen You Knows How to Do It I This Is n cat Perhaps you wouldnt think so from Its queer shape but you will see that by adding a line here and there It will unexpectedly develop Into a good sized finelooking puis Get a pencil and paper and see ifyou aro not artist enough to copy the design and make a kitty of your very own Ditto William had just learned how to use the ditto mark lIe thoroughly lip predated its udb as a timesaver and Fifheretorellko this Dear Father I hopo you are well I dl mother Is to to silltertoa a brother I wish you ware hero mother was 9sister to 4 1 brother to WILLIAM L wSundaySchool Teriher And yov have no brothers or slstem Little EdnaNo mar n Psi ait- he children weve got IWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN fWU by XStl t JU co- keWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN AND JOHN WORTH KERN Democratic National Convention at Denver Makes Its Choice of the Partys Standard Bearers Dur ing the Coming Campaign Denver Col William Jennings Ilrynn of Nebraska I a tho nomlneo ot the Damocnitle party for president for trio third time The enTer conven lien put tiffs at the head of tho ticket about tbree oclock Friday morning the flint ballot giving him 8924 veto to 46 for Johnson and b94 for Gray The nomination was made unanimous Tbo vote by states follows llrrna John on Gray Alumnha 33- Arkan a IN California 3O irolomitu Ill ronurrllcul U S- Itrlanar a Florid 10 CroruU 4 3 30- IcUli n 11111 ru indium SO lon Ztt Kanini 20 Krnturkr 3 l laoUUoa IN in 1 1arJiaadt 33 T B Mlrhlcnn 3- Mlaorola 33 IU lMlppl 3D Mlaarl 38 Montana O Nrbraik 1O Wtr 1HampshireHer Jrr rr 71 New fork TH TVcrlh Carolina 31 Morlh Dakota N Ohio 44 OklabomINOrin rraoirUnnln 4V 13 3 B IiRhode IUnil O 3 Month Carolina IN Koalh ItnkolH H Trunrore 34 Trill 3d O Vermont ON Virginia 34 AVanlilnatnn IO Nrl Virginia 14 VUrimila Ze uaJArliona1 lUmrlrt Columbia llnnnll II fitn Mnlro n 1 21vOn not voting Clock Is Otopped Lending up to the nomination were hours that began with picturesque en thulium which grow into uncon trollable disorder The nominating speeches were made amid scenes akin to oanle at r italn stages At 12 oclock midnight tho conven tion clock was stopped so that con tatrucUvely tho nomination of Bryan would take place at Thursdays sos sun of tho convention Will the Fri day hoodoo bo overcome by this tech nical evasion Is a question that was in the minds of enthusiastic Uryan Democrats as they wended their way from tho convention hall In tho early morning hours t Wild Scene of Confusion y A wilder demonstration than that over the first mention of nrynn8 name on Wednesday followed tho con eluding word of the speech of Ignatius J Dunn of Nebraska which formally presented the name of Democracys champion to tho convention An hour and sovon minutes against tho ono hour and 28 minutes of the i day before marked the cheering and tumult but tho densely overcrowded auditorium made tho confusion worse confounded Nobody had any respect for tho rights of anybody else Everybody was hero to see the spectacle if not Ito take part in It and thoso not able to look out for themselves won trampled upon- Johnson and Gray Named Gov John A Johnson ot Minnesota nod Judge George Gray of Delaware wire placed In nomination along with Utyan Small as was tho following of either In comparison with that or the Nebraskan tho scenes of con fusion owing to tho uncontrollable sizo of tho crowd were approximately great Gov Johnson was placed In nomlna tlon by Winfield Scott Hammond or Minnesota Connecticut yielding to the gopher state Judgo Grays name was presented by Irving F Handy ot Delaware Mr Handy felt how sadly ho was In the minority when after ho had talked awhile the crowd attempted to choke Mm off Seconding Speeches Seconding speeches for Bryan were made by Senator Goarln of Oregon Gov Glenn of South Carolina and GOT Claude Swanson of Virginia Gov nionns speech created much excite went being devoted largely to a de tense of Bryan against attacks brand fog him as a Socialist At the con cluslon of his remarks which wore not In accord with the spirit of the con vontlon Permanent Chairman Clayton who at the day session has superseded Temporary Chairman Unit as wielder of tho gavel exclaimed that William Jennings Bryan needed no defenders and elicited tremendous applause The opening session lasted three hours and brought about the comple tlon of tho permanent organization ol tho convention with the msounding address of Congressman Clayton ol Alabama permanent chairman of tho convention When the session opened at night every formality of organiza lion had been accomplished and the decks were clear for the supreme work of adopting tho platform and naming the candidates Clayton Delivers His Address The scenes within tho convention amphitheater repeated thoso of prowl Qua days In tho magnitude of the gath ering and tho eager enthusiasm of the throngs There were frequent dem onstrations as the names of party idols or Jefforsonlan principles wero pronounced but there was no repeti thou dining the early session of the tumultuous recordbreaking demonstra lion of Wednesday The address of tho permanent chair man Mr proved to he a caus tic arralgnpient of the failure of Roosevelt policies and an enunciation rlnngIthousands to frequent demonstrations of enthusiastic approval At 230 oclock the platform com mittee was not yet prepared to report and tho convention took a recess until evening zo that all remaining differ Oleos of detail on the platform could be reconciled and to document ho ready for adoption and tho presidential nomination be reached before the ad journment of the night session A small Amcrran flag had hoop priorIslon This was the unmistakable owl dence of the nominating session of tho convention and Increased the Interest of tho spectators who early made a rush for tho galleries filling them to overflowingAt oclock there wero tow of tho delegates In their places They hUll lingered long at d ncr the slow dying twilight of the Colorado ova nings proving deceptive as to the hour Rumors of another delay In re calving the report of the pint to m com mittee filled tim air as the delegates assembled and they prepared for an other probable season ot convention oratory before the Important buslnesss of the session could be reached The walt for tho rap of Chairman Claytons gavel was robbed of much of its tedl oneness through the efforts of the quartette whose membara sang popu lar songs and concert numbers at fre quest IntervalsEvery One Has a Flag At 715 the galleries wero complete ly filled and the majority of the dole gates wore In their teats but tho offi cers of the convention were still wait Ing for the report of tho committee on resolutions The band In the gallery worked with great industry and when It struck up Dixie the demonstration that followed gavo a glimpse of the tbeIof tho old war song floated out sprang I up and waved their flags It was in stantly shown that the galleries too I had been provided with thorn and in an instant tho convention hull was a tossing sen of fluttering flags ChairmanIho secured within the minute I Pending the report of the committee Inquiry Thomas P nail of Texas lOt Invited to address the convention j After his speech came talks by Sen ator Grady of New York Judge Wade I of Iowa and Champ Clark ot Missouri Mr Clark concluded with a tribute to Mr Bryan as tbo greatest living AmericanTho will now proceed to call tho roll ot states for nominations for tho office of president of the Unl ted States shouted Chairman Clayton Alabama called the clerk The chairman of that delegation arose and was recognized Knowing that Nebraska will make no mistake In nominating tho right man ho said Alabama yields to NebraskaI of Omaha will speak for tho Nebraska delegation announced tho chairman of that state while the encoring which followed the first statement from Alabama continued un abated Dunn Nominates Bryan Mr Dunn who was to make that speech of the convention In which the greatest interest was felt by tho dele gates and the spectators Is scarcely of middle age Ills cleancut deter minedlooking cleanshaven taco Is stir mounted by dark brown hair which owing to tho emphatic manner In which ho emphasized his speech with his head was soon touching the center of his forehead Ho spoke clearly and with a pleasing manner of delivery As Mr Dunn proceeded almost every allusion ho made to the character of Mr Bryan was enthusiastically applauded although he had not yet men tioned the name ot the Nebraska can didate When Mr Dunn declared that his candidate was the choice of the militant Democracy or tho country the convention broke In with wild cheers The over ready flags were tossed aloft and a roar cf applause swept through the hall Big Demonstration Starts Mr Dunn brought out the namo of William Jennings Bryan with In tense dramatic force and the response from tho great throng was electric The delegates sprang up the galleries followed suit and tho demonstration was under way In a manner that prom ised to rival Wednesdays exhibition of enthusiasm A few momenta after tho cheering began nn Immense oil painting of Mr Bryan was lowered from behind a monster American shield which had reposed over tho chairmans desk over since the convention began The np poaranco of tho picture raised thl pitch of the outburst and the cnthu slasm was still Instence when the con ventlon adjourned until 1 oclock Frl day afternoon KERN FOR VICEPRESIDENT Convention Names Indiana Man at Running Mate for Bryan Denver ColAt one oclock Friday afternoon the hour to which the con vention had adjourned not onefourth of the delegates were In their scats and they were coming slowly into the hall Tho heat was even greater than on Thursday and tho temperature in side the ball was high and uncom fortable Tho public however seemed to have as much Interest as over in the convention and the galleries were packed long before any considerable number ot delegates had arrived The convention was called to order at 140 Tbo nomination of a candidate for vicepresident was the only business before the convention J J Walsh presented the name of Archibald Me Neill of Connecticut Caw Thomas of Colorado named Charles A Towne of New York Thomas R Marshall urged the claims of John W Kern of Indiana and the convention cheered the presentation of the name of the Hoosier statesman Gov Folk of Missouri seconded the nomination of Mr Kern Coy Hill of Georgia put In nomina tion Clark Howell Hill of Georgia withdrew Howells name and seconded the nomination of Mr Kern Charles A Towne also withdrew from the contest and urged his friends to unite on Kern The withdrawals Increased the vig or of the demonstrations in favor of Kern and on the motion that he be nominated by acclamation which was carried the cheering resembled closely the enthusiasm which had been evinced at the nomination of Mr Bryan the day before Wearied by the two tumultuous ses lions the delegates left the conven Ion hall and the great gathering was at an endSketch of Kerns Career John Worth Kern was born in How and county Indiana December 20 1849 Ho graduated from the University of Michigan In 1869 at the ago of 20 years with the degree of doc tor of laws Ills first official position which brought him Into the public eye was when fulfilling his duties as a reporter of the supremo court of Indiana which office he held from 1835 to 1889 For four years 1892 to 1896 he was a state senator Ho became city attorney of Indianapolis In 1897 and held that office for four years A year before ho gave up the office he ran for the gubernatorial chair In Indiana and was beaten Four years laterIn 1904he also tried for the governorship on the Democratic ticket and was again defeated Later he re ceived tbo complimentary vote of the party for United States senator WOULD ACCEPT BUT ONE TERM Mr Bryan Asserts He Would Never Be Candidate for ReElection Fairview Lincoln Tho following statement was made by William Jen flings Bryan when ho received an nouncement of his nomination as the candidate of the Democratic party for president The honor Is the highest omclal possession In tho world and no one occupying it can afford to have his views upon public questions biased by personal ambition Recognizing his responsibility to God and his obllga tion to his countrymen he should en ter upon the discharge of his duties with singleness of purpose Uellev fog that one can best do this when be Is not planning for a second term I announce now as I have on former oc casions that It elected I shall not be a candidate for reelection This Is n nomination as purely from the people as can be and If elect ed my obligation will be as purely to the people I appreciate the honor the more because it came not from one person or a few persons but from the rank and file acting freely and with out compulsion I JOHN WORTH KERN nnI I 00 srastbywmraramk L STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I ORDERED SOLD New Franchise For Electric Lighting and Power At Lexington Lexington Ky Agitation against high rates for electric lighting and power resulted In the passage by gen oral council of an ordinance for sale of a franchise for a new company Th ordinance provides that the maximum rate for lighting shall be 11 cents per 1000 watts that the life of the franchise shall bo 20 years tha the plant shall not be sold to a competitive company and that the Lexington Railway Co which now has n monopoly here shall not be a bidder Col John R Allen stated that a company largely of local men and am lilo capital Is to be formed and will bid for the franchise It Is roqillrec that work on tho plant begin not later than January 1909 TEAM CLOSED That Will Represent Blue Grass Troops at National Rlflle Shott Frankfort KyTho team that wll represent Kentucky at the national shoot at Camp Perry wan announced by Adjt Gen Johnston The team J s composed of 12 men and 3 alternates The members are Capt Felix Kor rick Louisville Sergt Wiley S Morris McWhorter Capt A M Moffelt Louisville Capt Jackson Morn Frankfort Sergt Walter Jackson Dar boursvllle UeutW H Meadows Lieut Slby Sale Louisville Sergt J W Wilson Lieut N J Wilburn Mlddlcsboro Custer Bailey Plnoville W H Ratcllffo Capt J n Sams Lox ington Capt R N Krieger Louis vllle James E Price Lieut O C Bal icy Plnoville Organized In National Body Bowling Green KyTho executive boards representing the Burley Tobacco Growers Association of Ohio and Indiana the Dark Tobacco Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennessee the Henderson Stemming Dis trict Association the Old Green River Tobacco Association and the Green ville Tobacco Association all being members of tho American Society of Equity effected a temporary organiza tion for the purpose of forming a na tional confederation Tho confedera ion will havo the exclusive handling and marketing of all tobacco grown In the four states Britton Case Passed Lexington KyThe case of William Britton charged with tho assassination of James Cockrell in Brcathllt county was continued until the next term of the Fayette circuit court on motion of the commonwealth A aim liar charge against Alexander and El bert Hargis and Jesse Spicer was passed until later but they will also bo continued It Is believed the cases will ultimately be filed away Singletons Son Dies Suddenly Newport KyFred G Singleton son of the late Squire Edward Single ton was suddenly stricken when notified of the arrest of the couple for tho murder of his father and died soon after his physician arrived Tha physician says he died from an epi leptic convulsion brought cn by the shock of the notification of the arrest of the couple who are being held for the murder of his father I Afraid To Go Home Paducah Ky Policemen arrested Miss Mattie Cooper aged 17 in boys clothes with men on top of a coach of a fast Louisville Memphis pas senger train here She said she stayed out too late on the Fourth of July and fearing to return to tho homo of her father William Cooper 18th and Colgan streets Louisville Ky ran away to see the world She was taken home Hold TroopsReadiness Frankfort yAdjt Genf Johnston Coy Wlllson and Major Bassett who is In command of the troops in Western Kentucky held a conference here Following It Gen Johnston said troops would bo in readiness to send Into the western counties in case there were reports of lawlessness among tho tobacco growers The DrysWon Madlsonvllle IyThe election held hero resulted in a victory for the drys by seven majority after a bitter cam paign Union services were held nail rejoicing is general This Is the first time the city has voted dry in 18 years Old Army Officer Dies Henderson Ky Major John G Reeve staff officer of Confederate Generals Hood und Johnson and as sistant adjutant general of the Army of Tennessee at the fall of Vicksburg j died here Gas In Well Causes Death Winchester KyClay Skinner ono of the most prominent citizens of tho eastern portion of the county went down into a well to clean it out and was overcome by the gas When ta ken out ho was dead BenhamDead Brandenburg Ky Luther nonhatn oJJ who ochlaved distinction as furnishing the greater part of the peach crop consumed in making brandy for the Louisville market died at his borne ta this county LOADED BUGGY WHIP Used To Kill Rival For Young Wom ana Hand Catlettsburg KyWalking home from Grassy Church about six miles south of this city William Noble aged 21 was assaulted by John Nichols who dealt him a blow on the head with the loaded butt of n buggy whip Inflicting an injury which resulted In the death of Noble An examination showed that a blood vessel had been broken in the brain Nichols had threatened to kill any man who dared to pay attention to a certain young woman When he saw Noble with her he made good his threat Nichols came to this city but when it was learned that his victim bad died he mado his escape and has not been arrested CALLED BY DEATH Chas M Coles Former Clerk of Pen dleton County Expires Covington KyAssistant Postmaster G A Seller of this city received a telegram announcing the death of Charles M Coles of Butler Pendleton county Ky Mr Coles was to have been ono of the delegates to the recent national republican convention In Chicago but Illness prevented him from going Coles was formerly county clerk ot Pendleton county and was the only re publican over elected to that office In that county He was one of the proprietors of tho O W Coles distillery president of the Butler bank and a director of the Fal mouth Fair association His widow survives Latonia Meeting Closes Down Covington Ky Latonlaa spring meeting came to an end with the run ning of tho card for the thirtyfirst day The meeting has been a finan cial failure and the association decid ed to clofe It is now thought that the race track will never reopen Battle With Shiners Scrgcnt KyIn a battle on Deaver creek Knott county with alleged moonshiners Collector Sam Collins and a detail of 10 men with United States Marshal F M Blair clashed with Ben Mulllns and Bud Hall Bud Hall was killed Mullins surrendered Phillips a Candidate Elizabethtown KyR O Phillips of this city formerly secretary of the state board of equalization and a member of the board of control under cx Coy J C W Beckham is a candidate for secretary of the state democratic central and executive committees Pastor Forced To Resign Lexington Ky Because he preach ed a sermon against night ridere the Rev H E Roseberry pastor of tho Methodist church at Sardis Masoa county has been forced to resign his pastorate Attempts have been made to burn his parsonage Survived the Shock Louisville KyT B Wright an electrical engineer survived a shock of 1750 volts of electricity although ho lost a finger and his right foot was badly scorched His hand came la contact with a live wire on n switch board Swallowed Store Teeth Louisville KyMrs Corrilla Bland of this city died at tho home of her daughter at Bowling OMen soon after swallowing a set of false teeth In try- Ing to cough up the teeth the aged woman burst an artery In her brain Milwaukee Gets Next Convention Lexington KyPresident C M Barnett of the American Society of Equity was hero on business connected with the organization and announced that the next annual covcntlon wlirbo hold In Milwaukee October 6 Wa Withdraws Winchester KyO Leo Walnscoto of this city who for some timo has been a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the 10th district announced his withdrawal iron the race Runaway Killed Louisville Ky Clarence Scales Iii- who had run away from his home nt Covington Ky was run down by a freight train and both legs were BO badly crushed that ho died shortly afterward Clark Addresses Association Louisville lyJ II Clark of Cln clnnatl was the chief speaker at thee session of the Kentucky Funeral VI- rectors association lie spoke ea Embalming and Sanitation Meets Death While Plowing Fullerton Ky James Nicholls IS was plowing corn on a hillside The plow struck a root causing the handles to strike him In tho stomach Ho died n few hours lifter his arrival at a hospital Damage Suits Filed Paducah tyTwo nulls for 75 000 were filed In the federal court hero against 71 alleged night riders whoso names are withheld until the papers In the case can be served oa the do fondants CorrespondenceI o I f c eGJACKSON COUNTY- ANNr1Llle Annvllle July 12Miss Cora Amy post metress of Maulden was here yetterday and today visiting friends i Messnr L W Webb R A John son Rjy RaCer and Leonard Med lork wan begin their schools tomor row Sunday School was reorganiz ed here today with about sixty present Wi hope everybody that at tends will le greatly bencfltted Messes Pearl Goodman of Welchburg and Georgia Amyx of McKee were hero the first of the week visiting friends and relatives Mr Albert So Johnson who has served two years In the army In the Philippine Islands got In home last Friday Everyone was glad to see him return Frank King and wlfo left for Leslie County last Wednesday where Mr King is engaged in the timber business We are soiry to give them upMr Ike Bishop of CJuy County is here to fto hIs sister Mrs Andrew Gabbard Rev Able Gabbard filled his regu tar appointment here yesterdays and today at the Baptist church Miss Maggie Bowling of Terrells Creek attended church here today Crops ae needing rain In this part bad ly at present SDSLIaT Hurry July 8Most everybody Is c thru working their cornWe have been having lots of rain this week School began at this place Monday with Mr Jake Isaacs as teacher Grandpa Gabbard Is reported very poorlySeveral from this place at tended church at Burch Ljck Satur day and Sunday Mrs Louise Gab bard Mrs Letha Gabbard and Mrs L J Cole went to the Hamilton grave yard SundaySunday School at this place was organized Sunday with Mr Jake Gabbard BE superintendent Mr and Mrs Bradley moved Tuesday near the Indian Creek school house TTNER Tyner June 1Crops look very bad htreO W Miller Is teaching t a Sunday School at this place and is having fine success Jacob Miller is visiting his daughter Fannie Mayer at BengeMrs Lucy Ward of Lon dru visited her aunt Betty Millet and had a DIe tlmeJ C Miller is a candidate for Assessor and wants all the voters of Jackson to vote for him Ht Is crippled and needs the office I MeKEr McKee July HThe drouth still continues here Gardens especially are needing rain badlyJ n Hays and R M Bradshaw left yesterday for an extended trip to Cincinnati and other places of InterestAndrew Short is putting a new coat of paint on the McKec Hotel for Dr W T AmyxProf flame of Berea deliver ed a very interesting lecture en That Boy In the court room last Thursday evening Mr Clark also of Berea spoke on the Importance of agricultural training for boys We are informed that a little girl about eight years old belonging to Mr John fleece while out picking huckle berries In Wild Dog neighborhood war bitten by a rattle stake and died before they could get her home Mrs James Reynolds and others who were out near here gathering huckle berries came across a large rattler but fortunately they discovered it in time to prevent its doing any harm onel1 James Robins little child ren Is very low with cholera morbus RUKIA3TLL CtUITY LIVINGSTON Livingston July 7We are having plenty of rain at present Blackberry picking occupies several people et present The Livingston base ball team is kept very busy practising to keep the adjoining teams held down and is having good ouccess G D Cook an old employee of the L N P R lost his job over letting the boiler burn Mis Bowman H W Bowmans mother Is very ill just now While working on the section at somh end Livingston Ed Woodall was ctruck by a freight and serious ly injured Tho Fourth was a dry one nothing doing except trap shoot Ingl1 W Bowman run a narrow risk of his life while setting bead blocks at his mill The carriage ran over the shed a distance of eighteen feet He says he Jumped Just In time to prevent his being crushed by the carriage The Livingston Lumber Co is expected to go to work soon cutting lumber as they have plenty of It to doO W Johnson of Peoples WIIII visiting relatives here dur ing the Fourth J F Dees and Mary Seaborn were visiting relatives at Peoples last week c J Livingston July 12 Ed Mulllns and Mss Lottie Owens were married Tuesday July 7 We wish them great success Ed Woodall Jr while work fag on the section in South Livings ton was struck by a hand car and badly hurt Elsy Lankford who was shot at Brush Creek by David Clark was in town cud says ho is getting aong all right Pearl and Mrs Owens visited Mrs A C Carpenter early In the weekH W Bowmans brother and two nephews are visiting his sick mother who Is improving slowly Lumber tan bark and stave hauling are the principal occupations now1I- W Mink of Sand Hill is shipping lumber now Dick Rumels has typhoid fever in his famllP W Durbln U very low with typhoid fever Jas jJurton in working In his barber shop Delbert Hanson went to London to be married Tuesday July 7 John Mulllns who has been gone for some time has returned W1THKX- SWilburs July HThe quarry Is runnlnc night and day and they are working about ISO men Detroit Cum mins of Mt ernon Is visiting his trothe Joe Cummins Miss Thersa Johnson began teaching school on White Oak Branch olondaR A Sparks and Joke Williams came over from M Vemon Monoay and put up a smoku stack for W J Sparks O C Johnson has resigned his position us clen In AV I Dooleys store and Will Dooley will take his place for tne preient V S Mojer with C W Adams Sons A Co gave our merchant a business call Monday Floyd KIdd the sportsman and fisherman was here tubing the first of the week did not do much as one of our baby cat fish swiped one ci his hooks pole and all and went Into his hole with Ithed Mullins visited his father and mother Sunday evening Pearl Mulllns IB very sick at present eooxa Boon July 15Rev C S Wilson filled his regular appointment at Fairview churrh Saturday and Sun daySchool at this place began last Monday with Miss Hattie Poynter os teacher Rev Louis Rowlett ci Clear Creek attended church at this place Sunday Mr nail Mrs James Backer of nun Berea were In our midst SundayH D Levett went to Berea Sunday Miss Talitha Coyle visited Miss Bertha Rich Sunday near RockfordDr Robinson of Be rea was in this town one day last weekolr and Mrs Wesley Lambert were tho guests ot Mr and Mrs Jas Lambert SundaySam McClure and faintly recently moved into this vicinity MM Carol Martin who has bfen quite sick Is some better ESTILL COUNTY FOX e Fox July 11Nearly everyone Is finishing up their torn crop Corn le small In this part and needing rain very badlyWm Black of Berea and Red HIsle of Waco were thru our neighborhood a few days ago buying rattle paying from three to four cents per pound Hogs are selling from three and a halt to four cents per poundTurner Kelly Mrs Anne Click and son Glendon are visiting friends and relatives cu Station Camp A large crowd attended church at Bethel church last Sunday Rev James Howard of Valley View preached a good sermon Wesley French wife son and daughter of Witt were In our town last Saturday and Sunday Mr French expects to teach a singing Khool here July 20 J A John sen ana family visited relatives at Ford on the 4th and returned home on the 8th Parties that went to Boonesboro on the excursion boats Rene and Bertha M to a picnic on the 4th report a good time Mrs John Moberly and family and Miss Harriet Stone visited Mrs Anne Click Thursday evening Mrs N E Curtis called on Mrs Reuben Pucket Thurs day Deputy Sheriffs Pete Wolfen barger and Dud Webb were the guests of O W Powell the night of the 8th Mr Wolfenbarger Is a candidate for County Judge and Mr Powell for Sheriff at next election of County of leers in the fall of 190t There is some talk that the primary which nominates the candidates will beheld at the next regular fall election The river is well supplied with packet boats now Jaince Roland and the widow Eldridge of Witt Springs were married on the 4th James En rifle and Miss Fanny Richardson were married recentlyThe picnic at Winston was marked by a fight er two but no one hurtIt is reported that there were two men killed In Mt Sterling on the 4thJae John sin has rented near Ford for the next year CLAY COUNTYS- EXTONS CKKKK Sextons Creek July 10 We are having plenty of rain In this part ot tile country Miss Lottie Glen who has been staying at Boonevllle has come home Mr W n Boggs organ ized two Sunday School last Sunday one at Union church and the other at Blnghams Chapel Ben Staph ton visited his uncle Joe Shelton In Rockcatle County lnst week The correspondent of Island City has pur chased the entire gas factory of St John McCarl and Co and will run the business himself W N Burch visited the Institute at Boonevlllo this1 wrkVebb and Roach Insur ance agents of Manchester passed thru hero today from Boonevllle Drummer snap of Jackson Count parsed thru here Wednesday Mrs Susie Morgan and daughter Martha wont to BooiieTllle ThursdayJ H Kdvartls and family of Gray Hawk have been visiting relatives in Clay and Owsley Cuntles this weekO V Hunter has quit tho stave and lumber company at Chestnutburg and returned to his farm Mrs Rachel Campbell of Heldleburj Is visiting friends and relatives of this place this weekRegular meeting services at Coriuth next Saturday and Sunday The teachers institute of Clay County will convene August 3lThCrdlebow school commenced Monday July 6 WHITLEY COUNTY CORIUN Corbin July 13Uv H F Duna Inn returned home last Tuesday from a long visit thru Jackson Breathltt and Wclfe Counties We were glad to ree him as he had been gone to long Willie Dunagan has got about well over his hit in the face Ias- iweekMr F H Parr nf of Winchester visited friends in Lfollette Tenn the latter part of last weekLaura Wilder and a host of friends went to Grays Saturday last and reported a fine tlmeIno S iti Chestnut vls Ited her mother in Laurel County last tkDerry picking is all the go In our county Berries art 25 cents a gallon and cant hardly get them at that Rev H F Dunagan and Ret Charles Parsons went to Pine Woods Saturday t hold a meet ingCorn crops are looking fine since the rain Farmers say they will have good crops yet Robert and Frank Parsons have gone home to stay a few days while they have to brick work to doJ Ii Mitchell nf ovr city a dry goods merchant Is go Irg out of bucinesa and Is closing out his goods under ccstMrs S A Wilder has been having some repair Ing done on her house and chimneys this week Her house caught tn fire from the stove Friday but did no damage OWSLEY COUNTY- CORTLNn Cortland Ky July 11 1908 The Citizen Berea Ky My dear friends i wonder If you will give a little tutee for a few lines concerning the Fuurth of July celebration at Cqrt land Kentucky Prof flame and Mr Clark arrived zero Friday evening completing a ride of seventy miles to attend and senk at our celebration We the people of Upper Buffalo Ovsley County count ourselves hlgh ly honored and favored by having with iM Prof Raise Francis Clark and William Adams The Fourth dawned with a dark and dinnnl frown upon her brow but undaunted by the foreboding ap praranco of the day the people bean to arrive very early bringing with them beautiful baskets laden with chicken and other vegetables Became of the rain that fell en FrIday and during the night we were unable to have the speaking on the beautifully shaded hill and so had it In the church About ten oclock Prof flame be gun his address and foi nearly two hours spoke te the audience in a way which they have rarely if ever be on privileged to hear The subject of his address being Education ending with a very strong appeal to the people At the close of Prof flames address we had dinner served under the shade of the trees and everyone seemed to get all their wants de manded At ono oclock Mr Adams gave a short and spirited address followed by Mr Clark who made good use of the opportunity by speaking to the fanner along the line of agriculture The three speakers won a warm place In he hearts of the people aud hope that they will be with us sunIday Branches to a very attentive con gregatlmi The power of God was present moving the hearts of the people Two young men begun the Christian life and others were moved W hope the work will go on We are very thankful and feel very much Indebted to President Frost for sending ue Prof flame and Sir Clark A M Ross HAMILTON 0 LETTER Hamlton July 13The Salvation Army gave an outing Sunday for the poor of Hamilton at Woodsdale Island Park Tho Board of Educa tion ham decided to place automatic fire gangs and safety doors In all the public school buildings of the cIty According to the report filed with the Auditor of the State Butler County has 1C7 saloons this year a lots of eighty from the previous arThe Alumni of the Ohio State University held an outing at Woods dale Island Park SaturdayThe mid summer rally of the Christian Endeav or Union of Hamilton was held in Lmlenwald Park Sunday afternoon Tho Rev D A Poling of Columbus Ohio State field secretary delivered an address Mayor Straub tried see oral cates Friday growing out tf trouble at the Champion Coated Pap er Cot mill because of the strike of the papermakers Three men clmrgeu with assault wore each held to the grand Jury under J200 bona Jot Campbell charged with carrying concealed weapons Ed Rust charged with threatening to hoot waived exr amlnatlon and were held to the grand Jury under a 200 bond The AntiSaloon League held a reries of meetings in Hamilton Saturday night and Sunday 0 W Crabbe and II R Miller addressed an open meeting at Second and High streets Saturday night and on Sun day morning and evening there were arlilreibcr by members of the league In the various churches represented In the Ministerial Alliance There was a mass meeting in the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon Among the speakers were C W Howe arid C lt Eldrldge of Cincin nati and F M Hare of Wa hlnRton D C AN EXPLANATION There appeared last week In The Citizen in article which many of our readers thought approved the nnok IDK of tobacco A word of explana tion stout It Is worth while The article was not prepare il by The Cit izen but by n news syndicate In Cin cinnati and we did not know that It would be painted till It was too late to get something else However The Citizen always wishes to present tho facts on both sides of every question si that Itt readers will have a chance of making a fair comparison aiit choosing for themselves and were therefore not particularly sorry that the article waa printed However the article deserves 1 sold of comment in It the writer gays simply that tobacco whon there li not too much used Is harm less or even helpful to tome people This Is a question about which the editor cannot speak rot icing a doe tor but It Is certain that It is only ont of many points o be considered THe writer did not take up either the question of the expenn or the fllthl nesa of the tobacco habit and he weld outing about the dangers of become a slave to an appetite which may prow on one to such ar extent that even according to his own belief it would become harmful All these things need to be considered and The Citizen Is glad to have a chance tn give u few words BJKiken by An drew Carnegie the second richest mUll oil earth on the subject Mr Carnegie recently was speak Ing to young men and bad discussed the evils of liquor Then he took up tobacco and decured that what was said of liquor could be said of tobncco It could do them no good That it did many harm went without saying H was not long ago considered a nice habit for a gentleman He had alwayc admired the young latly who when asked If she disliked gentlemen to smoke in her presence replied that she didnt know no gentleman had ever tried He knew that he spoke In this case to u host of sinners Probably very few In this audi ence were saints in this respect as In this particular be happened to be a perfect saint It was embarrassing to preach There wore many here among the older men he doubted not who wtfhed they halt not become slaves to the habit In their youth He had known some Instances where men were able to conquer the habit but It was a severe trial Smoking tobacco would do them no good while it might become a habit which would enslave them Why should they run that risk In youth it was easy to abstain but the appetite once form ed It was not easy to break their chains To young men having their living to make he ventured to tug Stat that It was also an expensive habit Not seldom he believed the sum spent by n young man upon tobacco If i ave i for twenty years at 6 per cent compound Interest would give him a very nice nest egg in the bank perhaps Justifying him if they added the liquor account in asking the angel he admired to take him In charge The principal point that could be urged agalixt tobacco was that It had Injured and was injuring many of their follows from excess bud and seduc he use Llko most tive things the line between use anil abuse could rarely be maintained and ho said therefore about tobacco an bo did about alcohol there was danger In itwhy not Insure them solves Life was a game which required with ev themselvesthem to equip advantage to play itcry possible from sciatch and to strip themeelve tbat might lam impedimentot every per them In the race There was no chances by becoming use in taking hmidlcupped by either the alcohol or tobacco habit I YAQUI DANCE Tiumduy evening June 11 of the Current year the authorities at tillS Indian Piaia Tralnlnc School at Sacnlon Arizona graduated a man group of boys and girls with approp oxerrUe The date Commencement Indians on the Reservation PImas mostly and a few Papagoua and Ya quls likewise celebrated the event at any rate they celebrated some thing with dancing firecrackers barbecue serenade much rejoicing and heapmuch powwowing Imagine a clear and cloude night over which the moon almost ful reigned supremely On all aides the glitter and glisten of the sand and darker hues of mesquite palo verde and the numerous dry bushes and weeds that Inhabit the desert Ncv by Satan raised a proud head and altho at least ten miles distant on n direct line looked not more than a mile and a half away Far away on the horizon the Marlcopa Mountain thru forty miles of purest air stood The air wasout a trine Indistinctly cool All In all a typical Arizona nightFrom a distance there aroeo a die ordered babel of soundsthe steady pound pound pound ct a stick upon buaketk the gasps ot several anal ent musical instruments apparently In the throes of a lost and final death rattle the occasional bang oft cracker the intermittent oboe UMX ya hoo yM of excited bucks and ail 1 came closer the musical rattle of many spurs the champing of a hundred horses the monotonous singing and the undertone of much conversation In the Pima dialect Three centers of interest called for attention the barbecue the Pima ringing and the Ynqul dance Over tire In holes in the earth wIre fold the Iron bars of a harrow and upon these bars large chunks ot most were Bltzllng while over nil In the red glare of the hot coals preside- dt massive Indian armed with n pitch fork which Instrument he used now ami then to move the meat or per chance to poke the fire OB tho fancy truck him For I deem that it was mere fancy that moved him From this meat there arose a savory odor which ascended unto the skies commingled with the less savory but less penetrating odor of much Indian Such was the barbecue To one side was the Puma singing A group of perhaps twenty or thirty young and old bucks on slender nervous Indian pontes were grouped about a space ot approximately twenty feet In diameter This ring was penetrated at the Imminent risk cf being kicked violently into eternity by the vicious ponies who teemed to find little cause for peace In the surrounding situation another ring of spectators standing were found Inside the mounted ring On the ground at their feet eat an oldish Indian equipped with a stick with which he kept beating a number ot baskets spread on the ground in front of him Ills total outfit ct clothes consisted of a pair of overall pants and an old black shirt and as we watched him I recalled the remark of A friend about him to me during the 41i11T IIUR that there wnrt a typical old buck of the original barbaric type And Verily to was that He had an immense frame his cheek bones were exceptionally t high and a more savagely Indian ox pression upon his face I have never seen elsewhere At his side were several old squaws They were all singing with monotonous voice All Indian singing that I have ever heard appears to be merely an endless top etition as was this Some of the whites were curious as to what ho was singing of and one of tho young men an Interpreter told tha teach ers that be was singing of tho birds and flowers and heaven preserve us of how nice It was to get drunk At Intervals when the mounted bucks were pleased or displeased they rattled their spurs Yahood with staccato shouts nnd best they ponies with the end of the coil of rope which hung upon each saddle pommel A few moment of this suffices any civilized being there is too much tame ness Another circle much thu same but fewer horses contained the musical Instruments and nn old Yaqui a belt of bells around his waist his ankles and wrists covered with Jingling bells and beads who was jigging up and down around and around in a space about six or eight feel In diameter After the ring of Inilans had been pierced wo saw the musical instruments which turned out to be o disreputable fiddle of doubtful origin and a harplike affair of even more antiquated pattern either or both ft which 1 would not healtata to ascribe to someone as far back In history as the venerable old pent who built tho Ark In days gone by The old Yaqui kept up ids dancing or more properly Jigging muttering to himself all the while Sometimes he would Vntft and beat his hand upon his breast but most ot his dancing consisted In a sort of jig to the tune of tho tore said musical torture Ai before the spectators joined In maybe on the chorus or whatever they cal It SB the spirit moved them It developed later thru the kindness of a young Indian boy who spoke good English that the old chap who was conducting the otorqulfc for Judged from the Infernal and enthuilastlc racket that they were burying someone with high honors not being n Pima did not speak the Pima dialect well and they were laughing derisively at his liroken singing The yahoolnif up pears to be calls for a waterman to sprinkle the dust before dancing It seems that the Yaqui Indians have almost uniformly adopted the Catholic faith And that with Its mysticism and IU formalism together with the fact that the Yaqul at n raoJo are either mor barbarous er moro civilized than tho surrounding Indian 1 cannot say which and it natters little at any rate makes bettor dancers ot them However that say be tho Yaqul aro always lu demand for dancing as tho Ilmae for some reason do not dance well I left this joyful gathering about eleven p m and repaired to my room As I listened to tho rapid tiro hammer of the Pimn ponies feet upon the nearby Reservation rond I knew that 1 had learned one thing viz it takes little to mustso the average Indian Any of tho Be rea ghost dances of former years when that institution was in HB pal- ter days to my mtnJ would have excelled for sixteen carat excitement the monotonous shouting and dancing of the Indians threefold However Jam told that the doings of that night were tamo compared to tho Bcmlr llgloiiR and ceremonial dances which pereodlcnlly take place But In one particular tho white paleface and the copperskinned Indian are much akin An all night cele ration leaves a vast number of those on the following morning who have a decided coffeecolored flavor In their mouths and are to sleepy to really transact any business The number of sleepy bulks and squaws the tiny after a powwow of thla character is exceptionally exasperating when one wants to talkusually bartering and Dickering for baskets and trinkets with them Such la life in Arizona This world then Arizona then the fireworks It was 110 F In the shado June 13 Claud DeBaun maybeNagging people are always praying for peace in glory