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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oMrcrlo NOiuMNfoeoloO 0 BEREA PUBLISHING CO i IHOOKrORATKU o It STANLEY FROST Mlnlre p fflItatneraiHiJlftnlllrrtaKitultfm l o 0e4maatwM4r f 000000000000 X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 23 1008 One Dollar a year No 4 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Religion Caused Change2000 Doys in Race Take Outlaw TownHung Jury KKLKJ10N CAUSED CHANGE William McCarty U going bsek to Krve out his term In the State Pen itentary at Michigan City Indiana Several yaws ago OUAI ItO IZty PUM bled away bin money one evening 4it MoutiMtlpr Ind then got drunk and broke Into n start and atole- iIot vetrUL ut Jl rinrIDL1oMrumont and sold them for J10JO He was uirMte1 aad tent to the penitentiary J14rot1tllHe worked a while then bad a met fight watt a guard and fled fro the state 11 + became a drunkard itrv d several jail wntencop and rimed in North Yuhftma AVasWiw ton sal bwwmu attendlnc SalTftUan teeame a tramp Ile afterwards Ancy methlls lIe beams convwrt e1 and Joined them MfcOartfB con science began to trouble him nil ha wrote a lettter to Oav Hanly of Indiana telling where hewa and stated bo was coming bask to store hI time out which li fourteen yeah Mccarty called for a few momenta on a member of Ute Halvnttkm Army In CtOcsgo and said tit was happy std said Ural ke broke his parole and was going bask BO bo oould come out net time with a dour conwlente This to one or the most remarkable eases t rer recorded Ir the history or the Salvation Army TAKE OUTLAW TOWN Within a few mouths svcnl atnwtotw nuM hue two emmlUed by nat lve oniawa IN the Phlllpplno Islands Iota ft town on the Island of Mihdano wklrk to oftupled by those ouilawi was aton ed by LlouU Burr and White art fourteen of the out latla wore killed and two guns captured 2800 BOPS IN RACR Tho longest relay rasa ovor held was started last Vdnowtar morning A ago ar aurted Rom Mayor MeO l an of N w Yrk aid li earned to Mayor flumes of Chtengo by two thousand IK va each WMlng one half mile nrd diivrln Ow message to the next ijiow who In turn runs hit halt mile aMi glw It to the next and soon until the wMI8 to oarrtoo on tint from Ntw York Cttj to Chicago G unOWN A pJoawre launch tound from 1fiudlla to CotregWo UKnd earryliiB about seventyfir- eparalen wan eaugkt in a typboo Thursday and foundered It to be 1 rved tw ntyri o pMMi n iMlutl Int thte A nrlana were drowned silIlPKna TO FIOHT INCREASE 1 ne tbreatned gradual Iwwaw tn railroad of the tii lBbt rau b Uw t unary win bt opposed by the rep rut tailres of the wHow shippers H xtaUoM teen to the extent of KlnR into the f l ral Courts wA asking tajMuctlona if other means- trll a onllng to tM sentiment of throe comprtilBR the committee of mirn whlcU met In Cklongo May jl to conalilir these mattenIThat the prospective Increase are wuitera of grave Impert to the shipping fraloralU Is the opinion of Al fad BrandftU of Louisville who la a number or this committee f At Use mertlng on Vay 15 accord Ing to Mr BrandelB It was the sent- Iment of those presort that arbitra tion In effccc fchould be restored to by Invlllnff the railroads to meet rep CaiUaiiJ o Iuurth rau1 u un THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IVol i PUBLICITY Corruption In Politics Demands PubI 3rV1toA big fuse la going to be made tbl- BMr IB the national campaign over tin QBWtiwi ofpubllihlng a list of all who NnIIWk to the campaign funds of cither pint and of tbo purpose for vbieh tho money is spent Tho DcMrinils are claiming that the no publleane have not ben so good on tbu root fr MI they have and flMIIe- of them deep re that the Republicans have bought the last three elections sail oxfeet to buy this one At the risk of glvlup Q good deal of space to answering a charge which cannot be wstalned The Citizen will try to hake b full statement of the situa tionIt the fir t place there can be no a of the need and vlrtuo of the openlytatures Tbetu has for years been a sood deal of corruption In polities n this country und million of dollars have sometimes been used In nation al campaigns It Is likely that tho presidency hw sometimes been really and away from the people but there to no proof of this u the corruption bw been Mimi on both sides But tlaf dotauclilnp of voters and the cor rupting of the ole Uoni In this country has been OM of Ute wont rlto of Ute Woes sad dW Mil to tome extent still does threaten the safety of our country So any loovonicnt whkh win holp prevent this should U nuppotted by all good cillMn There to OH the OUter hard no doubt that Immense sums can be rightfully and properly spent la oleo tlona without any suspicion of car ruption It it necessary to send mill lens of paraphleta campaign hand bowka and other kinds of literature tu tho voters and party leaders ro that they will thoroly understand Ute issues ot oanpalgn andJfee afelo to vote inlelllgMtly Also It la very proper to send out political speakers uti they must be paid for their time wMle their expenses art large Watch ere at time rolling places mutt be em pJcyed aad In tansy other ways laonty most W spent If the people are to have a fair ehanee to judgo of the writs ot Uw contest This is not ccireption tho the amounts pent li thin way arc often very large nacopnlzlnft these two things there bas oooe a prong movement in far or of ataklBk the treasurers of both pmtlss publish la full the names of contritMitor tn the fund and the ao counts showing for what the money wan spent This will show both wtethet any rich MOD or corporations line made loge lifts In the hope of getting the men who are tooted to grant them favors which they do not deserve and also whether any money to being spent In a way that k intended tu buy rather than o coLvlac vo4ore Ther aro some ob- itettont to lke plan but probably none that arc of enough Importance to justify toe refusal to do this Tho eiiitora of doing It will almost cer talitly become universal as soon as the voters learn the advantages of the plan and It will go a long way toward giving us bettor government and driving out of office tho corrupt politicians whi are so great a curse to tho country I Contlnurd ou fourth rage The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds M Richmond Ky AUGUST 18 19 20 AND 21 1908 FOUR GREAT DAYS Liberal Premiums Fine Music Floral Hall 11500 Driving Wagon Given Away On the first day of the Fair the holder of each CO cent admission ticket or each two 25 cent admission tickets will be entitled to n guess on the total paid attendance at the Madison County Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday the first two days of the fair To the party guessing the exact paidattendance or the closest to the exact paid attendance of both days will be n Runabout ruber tire strictly highclass and valued at 1DOO Only those who pay for tickets the first daywill be given a guess free the announcement of tho winner will be made at three oclock in the afternoon of Fridary August 21 Dont fail to attend the Fair that day Splendid program guessing on the Driving Wagon should be inducement enough Remember the Fair dates Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 18 19 20 and 21 1908 IMPORTANCE OF JUDGES The most important part of our Uornmtnt to tho people Is the part that dispenses justice or injustice tho courts Nothing else BO vitally offects the average man as Mother or not the judgo in our hUllriugafnlri GrootdIMIlu1OItfbuilt up gradually thru a and gives to us the wisdom of our nuuostors on how thOl6I1U45ir Millions of men have found Hint curtain nets are so that they cannot be allowed and as our experience incruns s we add to the number of chaugeUutno iiHti noulil bo auto and no bustff oonkl be safely transacted Auy baud that had the strength cost bor abuse any other Mn and daysIfhappily and prospers if it is not 3j administered the effects are shown to hurt in business and dsngoit to individuals Our whole life has to be regulated by law and it is Jrory important that it should boor equally on all of us mil that nobne should have a license to break laws which tho test must keep And it is important that Ill of tho laws should be kept because if some are forgotten then men of sn fll wisdom come to have a eon tempt for the whole law and there itrwuvbreakiug ofall kinds and tile many injuries it brings Even when bad laws are J1 ssedeX perience hRS taught mankind that the best thing to do is to get after the men that passed them but to o 6them till they are repealed so that the wicked men who are in even community will not see the shameful spectacle of good men breaBjng laws and so be led to think that keptItthe judge has Ho hits the right to interpret the ll1wIo decide for the jury what the law is and tell them how they ought to decide the case lie can often tell them to bring in a verdict one way or the other so that they will here no power in the case at all lIe has the right to have cases come to trial when he wishes and to grunt what bond he wants to to mon accused before him He has the fixing of sentences in many oases and tn the trials he decides what testimony shall or shall not go before the jury A judge who is ijpt fair can almost always make a case ootno out the way he wants it gelid if he is working to clear some one or to have some one couvictod instead of simply to see that justice is lone and the law is observed he can do wore harm than any other man in the county In a cateof that kind tho judge becomes more dangerous to the welfare of the people than tho worst lawbreaker or countryThen be a man who is not afraid to see that justice is done when he knows that for some reason or other the people are against him It often happens that people will get a feel ing against a man suspected of crime andnot wish to give him a fair trial and that if the judge has not the courage to standup and see that the accused person has a fair chance an innocent man may be convicted This has happened in the knowledge of each of us and after the experience of Caleb Powers no man in the mountains needs to judgesTojudge can do and the good that a good one does think of the whiskey business in the mountains For years the whiskey men were allowed to sell their poison almost when and where they wished because law officers knew that nothing would be done about it Jf theywere taken before the judges Finally tho judges decided to stop the whiskey trade and they very nearly did it Every good citizen knows how much better things have been since But he knows too that a judge who is in league with the whisBoy men and who will let things go as they did for so long will bring back all tho old evils on the mountains These things are known to everyone but they need to be thot rif in connection with tilt campaign for Circuit Judge which has begun in the counties of Jackson Laurel Clay and Knox The Citizen has not yet looked into the qualifications of the candidates and so has not dicided whom it will support but these things aro true of any judge I anywhere and the man who comes closest to being able to do them is the man to support Of course each voter must decide for himself who that man is but lit should not decide the question for any other reason than this which will make the best judge i t POLITICAL NOTES Gompers to Aid Bryan Taft Hits Federal Llsence Bryan Asks Aid I GOMPICnS TO AID BRYANf Samuel Oompers president of the American Federation of Labor and John W Kern vlcepctldential nom face visited W J Bryan at his homo at Fairview lust Monday They went nut on the same car together and wore met at the porch of the Bryan manstoL by the master after the usual greeting and exchange of pleasantries Mr Bryan and Mr GompeiB retired to have a confident- Ial Interview The sum of the talk was that Gompcrs would work per sonally anti use his Influence with the throe million men of whom he Is leader Ho said that the Demo ciallc jlotform expresses tho prin ciples for which tho American Fed I eiatlon of Labor and Its officers hive worked It was decided i n I this trip that Mr Kern would tako the stump for the ticket alsot TAFT HITt FEDERAL LICENSE William H Taft Is oposed to the Federal llscense of corporations 8 proposed In Democratic platform Tint IS evident from what ho said to the Republicans who have con fercd with him He said An attempt to frame a plans that will ac ccnipllsti two irreconcilable things is not Inslnnced for the first time In platformIitI each state to creato corporations tr its tights to regulate as It will the foreign corporations doing business within Its Uuiite make it necessary fur the manufacturing corporation cn gnped In Interstate commerce a Cofitlnutd en Fourth PicO t IN OUR OWN STATE Increase In Schools per capita Drank Dose of Poison AcidShippers Fight Increase Freight Rates Equity Man Whipped STORE BURNS Fire at two oclock Wednesday morning destroy ed tho store house of James Bran denburg at BeatttyvHle Ky with tho stock of goods The loss is 2800 with Insurance ot 3000 Mr Brandenburg had a narrow esCApo firm death having to Jump from the second story window INCREASE IN SCHOOL PER CAP ITA From preliminary estimates made by Stato Superintendent Crabbe the school per capita this year will bo about 345 an Increase of five cents over last year which was tho largest the Slate ever had The pre liminary estimate of school census shows nn Increase from 734000 child yen of school age in the State to 70000 from last year The final I figures wil te given out next week EQUITY MAN WHIPPED An Equity cloak will not cover up sins SamI banally wan whipped by masked men Monday morning before daylight who declared that Rigdon had taken up unlawfully caltle belonging to Lucy Wells and Teen Cole Rigdon Is a piomlnent Equity man and tobacco had nothing tc do with the whipping HUNG JURY The Jury which set to try W R Cambell for killing pa trolman ilchael Murphy last election day hung and it will have to bo tried again Two days were spent iu getting a jury which at last eft the court room with the case untried Continued on fourth rage 11 a 1 il eooeoeol 4 taoAURtSRiFi O o The Citizen Is Growing Rap 0 Idly Let Yeur Business o 2 Keep Pace With it By Adver apao e Berea Bankand TrusCCo BEREA KY t HELPFUL CONSERVATISM This may untlconflictillg but In reality it ill preoiselyt i 0the fact that this Banks counsel IS conservative that it is 1 helpful r j tAconservative liberality in loaning not only givas ourt9 j- s equalsafeguardown and doubly insuring the soundness and success of his y financial plans t CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus 1000000 tDIRECTORS t ttH Porter Chas Burdette I F Iw 9 DeantITQBNT INTEREST PAID ON t + iO 0 4A r Berea National Bankn i No 8455 r Itcpnrlof the rimlltlon of the llir a Nntlonnl tank nt Herrn In the etnte uf Kentucky a at the ef1utnrl July 15 WON RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 50533870 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 378 31 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on U S bonds 1125 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 3280 02 1 Other real estate owned 3000 00 Duo from approved reserve agents 4024 28 i Checks and other cash items 0 60 + lNotes of other National Banks M5 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 75 92toLAWFUL MOXBT RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 4900 75 I Legal tender notes c l 017 00 5577 5xM Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of Jcirculation 15O00 i TOTAL 109872 33 LidniLirinsrtCapital stock paid in 25000 00 Surplus fund + 3750 00 profits less expenses and taxes paid 247 10 I National Bank notes outstanding 24710 00 Individual deposits subject to check 55030 48 checksy 175 00 TOTAL 10DSi2 33 State of Kentucky County of Madison aa I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief- J L Gay Cashier Correct Attest S E Welch J W Fowler S R Baker Directors i Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 20th day of July 190S I Win C Gamble Notary Public I d t J w4 JYOURTHE BARGAINS AWE NOW OFFER rfJt BUSTER BROW L rE csr+ urT 1e1YTnusn1M1 a + re ft TAKEN JiY J IITiiiX If7HAVEBIG rAT BUNDLES UNDER THEIR ARMS THIJiiMEANS THAT THEY FIND THINGS IN OUR STORE THEY WOULD RATHER HAVE THAN J THEIR MONEY AND IT MEANJ THAT THOSE WHO COME TO OUR STORE FIND THAT WE I BACK UP WITH OUR GOODS WHAT WE SAY ON PAPER SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE NOW a i ON COME AND SEE i1 COYLE HAYES i You Pay LessOr Get More ti w l t BOB IIAIPTO of PLACEIJ AY 1 AN1JuPAIRisiM rWPOT- t WliJUtRIIlrfhlt rt4za lltillflll mmIllf ctaoraxvri ls AACfttlTJiieftt dUU SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Infantry from Fort Bcthuno trapped bj Indians In a narrow gOrge Among then Is a stranger who Introduces himself hl the name of Hampton also Glllls tin post trader and his daughter Glllls and A majority of the soldiers are killed dur Inn a three days aleco Hampton and the girl only escape from the Indiana They fall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry LJeut Hratit In command find them Hamptor and the girl atop at the Miners Home In Qleneald Mrs Dully proprietress Hamp ton talks the future over with tlS8 01- 1IIthe Kid She shows him her mother picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decide she shall live with Mrs Herndon Nalds the Kid runs away from Mrs Herndon and rejoins Hampton He Induces her tc RO hack and to havo nothing more to dr with him Hampton plays his last game of cards He announces to Red Slavlr that lie has and then leaves Glen raid Miss Phoebe Spencer arrive tn Glen old to teach Its ttrst school Mloi Bpenccr tneoU Nalda Rov Wynkoop etc She boards at Mrs Herndons NMJ and Unit Brant again meet with outfits knowing who ehe is She Informs Mm of the coming Bachelor club hall li honor of lies Spencer IJsut Ilrani meets Silent scout IIe reports trouble brewing among the Sioux Social difficulties arise at the Bacheta dubs ball among the admirers of Mis Spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen cer butsha Is not his acquaintance of the day before She tells him of Nalda and he accidentally meets her again as he la returning to the ballroom with a fan for Mlsstfpencer Brnnt accompanies Nald Mme from dance On the way she Informs him as to who she Is and that ehe Is to meet Hampton Brant and- lIamptoo meet Hampton Informs the lieutenant that his attentions to Naida must cease and proclaims an authority over her that justifies the statement Brant tells Hampton of the presence oI Bllent Murphy and of the fact that d Blavln receives government messages for him Miss Spencer called on Bob lamp ton Tells him of a redfaced stranger mistaking her for Naida Brant Interview fled Blavln Finds that he Is an ex trooper In the Seventh cavalry It was Blavlns and Murphys testimony that snore than ten years before had convicted Robert Nolan then a captain In the Sev enth of the murder of MaJ Brant 8r Hampton attempts to force a confession from Blavin filavln Insists it Is Murphy he wants and Murphy had left In a scume Blavln Is killed by a knife thrust Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason Mob attempts to capture him Mason nnd his prisoner escape to a hill and defend themselves Mob lights flu to burn them out- CHAPTER XXI Continued X8ho asked this question with such perfect Innocenco that Drant believed sho failed to comprehend Hampton claimsI been Informed that It must he explained I hare been told that a I was no longer to force my attentions upon Mss Glllls By fob Hampton Yes Those wero I believe his ex act words Can you wonder that I hardly know now I stand In your sight 1 do not at all understand she tillered Truly Lieut Brant I do ot I feel that Mr Hampton would tot say that without a good and suf flclenl reason He is not a man to t0 swayed by prejudice yet what eves the reason may be I know noth log about it But you do not answer my last queryPerhaps T did not hear It1- It was now do I stand In your night That Is of far more linpor tanco to me now than any unauthor ized command from Mr Hampton She glanced up Into his serious taco Bhylytrlth UlUe dimple of returning laughter Indeed but perhaps ha Howcwere very far from being my ideal ppeelbly It may he my duty to qualify that statement aomewhat By confessing that I am your 14eatl1 Olilndeed not We never realIze Ideals you know 6r else they- wouldJsntlreiy cease to be Ideals My confession s lmlted to a mere admis slon that I nowconsider you a vfery pleat actyii fig gentleman i You otter me a stone when I cry unto youfor broad he exclaimed The world IB filled with pleasant young men They are a drug on the market I bog some special distinc tion soma different classification In your eyes S 4 You are becoming quite hard to please her taco turned partially away her look mcdttaallve and and dictatorial but I will try You are Intelligent a splendid dancer fairly good looking rather bright at times and no doubt would prove venturesome If not held strictly to your proper place Take It ail In all you are even Interesting andI ad mlI am inclined to like you p The tantalizing tono and manner nerved him be grasped the white hand resting Invitingly on the grass S and held It firmly within his own 0r You only make sport as you did once before I must have tho whole truth j + Oh no to mako sport at 8ich a time would be sheerest mockery sad I would never dare to bo so free Why remember we aro scarcely more IiUlan strangers How rnio you are only our third time of meeting and you will not release my hand b Not unless I must Nalda and the 44tdeep ringing sobernccu of his voice startled the girl Into suddenly uplift rb leu tar eyes to lots taco What she vi there Instantly changed her mood from playfulness to earnest gravity Oh please do notdo not say what you are tempted to her volco almost pleading Y cannot listen truly I cannot I must not It would make us both very unhappy and you would be sure to regret such hasty words Regret and he yet clung to tho hand which she scarcely endeavored to releaso bending forward hoping to read In her hidden eyes the secret her lips guarded Am I then not old enough to know my own mind Yesyes I hope so yes but It Is not for me it can never be for me- I am no more than a child n homeless waif n nobody You forget that I do not even know who I am or the name I ought rightfully to bear I will not have it so Naida sweetheart and ho burst impetuously through all bonds of re straint her flushed cheeks tho Inspiration of his daring I will speak for I care nothing for all this It is you I love lovo forever Do you un derstand me darling I love you I love youl- For an Instant one glad weak helpless forgetful Instant she did not see him did not even know her self the very world was lost Then sho awoke as if from a dream his strong arms clasped about her his lips upon hers You must not she sobbed I tell you no I will not content I will not be false to myself You have no rlcht I gave you no right He permitted her to draf away and they stood facing eacb other be eager mystified thrilling with pas slon almost beyond mastery she trembling and unstrung Tier cheeks crim son her eyea filled with mute appeal I read It In your face he insisted It totd of love Then my faco must have lied she answered her soft voice tremu lowsor else you read the message wrongly It is from my lips you must tako the answer1tJAnd they kissed me If so I know It not It was by no volition ot mine Llcat Brant I have trusted you so that was not right My heart exonerates me I cannot accept that guidance Then you do not love mel She paused afraid of the Impulse that swept her on Perhaps the low voice scarcely audible I may lovo you too well You mean thero Is something some person perhaps standing between She looked frankly at him I do mean just that I am not heartless and I sincerely wish we had never met but this must bo the end The end 1 And with no explana tion Thero is no other way lie could perceive tears In her eyes although she spoke bravely Nor can I ex plain for all is not Blear to me But this I know there Is t barrier between us InaunnouLlaMe not even the power ol hm can overcome it and I appeal to you to ask me no more doubtTherof her feelings tho full truth in her words waa pictured upon her face and in tho pathetic appeal of her eye She extended both hands You will forgive mo Truly this barrier has not been raised by me Ho bowed low until his lips pressed tho white fingers but before ho could master himself to utter a word in ro ply a distant volco called his name and both glanced hastily around That cry camp from tho valley ho said I left my horse tied there I will go and learn what it means She followed him part of the way through the labyrinth of underbrush hardly knowing why sho did so He stood alone upon tho summit of tho high blul whence ho could look across the stream Miss Spencer stood below waving her parasol frantically and even as ho gazed at her his cars caught the sound of heavy fixing down tho valley CHAPTER XXII Plucked from the Burning That Miss Spencer was deeply agi tated was evident at a glance while the nervous manner In which she glanced In the direction of those dis tant gunshots led Brant to Jump to tho conclusion that they were in someway connected with her appearance Oh Lieutenant Brant sho cried excitedly they are going to kill him down there and ho never did It at all I know he didnt and so docs Mr Wynkoop Oh please hurry Nobody Vncw where you were until I saw yjur horse tied here and Mr Wynknop has been hunting for you er erywhere lie is nearly frantic poor man and I cannot learn where either Mr Moffat or Mr McNeil Is and I just know those dreadful creatures will kill him before we can get help Kill whom burst In Brant spring Ing down the bank fully awakened to the realization of some unknown emergency My dear Miss Spencer tell me your story quickly if you with mo to act Who Is in danger and from what The girl burst Into tears but strug gled bravely through with her mes sageIts those awful men the roughs rnd rowdies down In Glencald They say ho murdered Red Siavln that big gambler who spoke to no this morn ing but ho didnt for I saw tho man II Have UpI completely who did and so did Mr Wynkoop ne jumped out of the saloon window hit hand all bloody and ran away Ilul theyve got him and the town marshal up behind tho Shasta dump and swear theye going to hang him If they can only take him alive Oh just hear those awful guns Yes but who Is IU Bob Hampton andand ho neve did It at all Before Brant could either move or speak Nalda swept past him down tho steep bank and Ijer voice rang out clear Insistent Bob Hampton attacked by a mob Is that true Phoebe They aro fighting at the Shasta dump you sayl Lieut Brant you must actyou must act now for my sake Sho sprang toward tho horse nerv tll Brants apparent slowness to respond and loosened the rein from the jrub oak Then I will go to him even If they kill me also the cowards But Brant had got his head now Grasping her arm and tho rein of the plunging hors You will go home he commanded with tho tono of military authority Go homo with Miss Spencer All that carrosslbly be dono to atu Hampton I shall dorWill you got She loiked helplessly into his face You you dont like him she falter ed I know you dont But but you will help him wont you far my sakat no crnsnoa back all oath ubhim or not like him I will save him II bs In tho power of man Now will lougoYes sho answered and suddenly extended her arms Kiss me first With tho magical pressure of her lips upon his ho swung Into the sad die and spurred down tho road It was a principle of his military train ing never to temporlzo with a mob he would strike hard but ho must have sufficient force behind him Hi reined up before the seemingly desert ed camp his horse flung back upon Ita haunches white foam flecking Its quivering flanks Sergeant The sharp snap of hit volco brought that officer forward or tho run Where are tho men Playln ball most of em sir just beyond the ridge Aro the horses out In the berdl Yes sir- Sound tho recall arm and mount every man bring them Into Gloncalc on the gallop Do you know tho old Shasta mine No sir- Halfway up the hill back of the hotel Youll find mo somewhere li front of it This Is a matter of life 01 death so Jump lively now I Ho drove In his spurs and was off like tho wind A number f men wen In tho street all hurrying forward It the samo direction but ho Cashed past them These were miners mostly eager to have a hand In the manhunt Hero and there a rider skurrlc along and joined in the chase Jut beyond the hotel halfway up the hill rifle wero speaking irregularly the whit puns of smoke blown quickly away by the stiff breeze Near the center of this line of skirmishers a denser cloud was beginning to rise In spirals Brant perceiving the largest group of men gathered just before him rode straight toward them Tho crowd scattered slightly at his approach but promptly closed in again us ho draw up his horse with taut rein He look ed down Into rough hoarded faces Clearly enough these men were In no nt spirit for peace making You damn tool roared one hoarsely his gun poised as It ii threat what do you mean by riding us down like that Do you own thli countryBrant flung himself from tho saddle and strode In front of the follow I mean business You see this uniform Strike that my man and you strike the Vnltcd States Who Is loading this outfit- I dont know as Its your affair tho man returned sullenly We alnl takln no army orders at present mis tor Were freeborn American oltl seas an yo bettor let us alone That Is not what I asked you and Brant squared his shoulders hit hands clinched My question was Who Is at tho head of this outfit and I want aa answer Tho spokesman looked around upon tho others near him with a grin of do rlslon Oh yo do hoy Well I reck on we are It you must know Since Big Jim Larson got It In tho shoulder this outfit right yere lies bin Join most of the brain work So If yovc got anythin tor say mister officer man I reckon yo better spit It out yere ter me an sorter relieve yet mindWho are your Tho fellow expectorated vigorously Into tho loaves under foot and draw Ing one hairy bend across his lips flushed angrily to the unexpected In quiryOh tell him Ben Whats the blame odds He cant do ye no hurt The mans look became dogged Im Ben Colton If Itll do yo any good to know I thought I had seen you somewhere before said Brant contemptu ously and then swept his glance about the circletoA nlco leader ol vigilantes you are a fine representa tive of law and order a lovely spec men of the free born American citizen Men do you happen to know what sort of a cur fouar fol lowing In this affair Ob Bens all right What yo got agalnt bib youn fellerJust this and Braat squarelj fronted the man his voice ringing like steer Iveseen mobs before today and Ive dealt with them Im not afraid of you or your whole outfit and Ive got fighting men to back mi up I never yet saw any mob which wasnt led and Incited by some cow ardly revengeful rascal Honest men get mixed up In such affair but they are Invariably Inflamed by some low down sneak with an ax to grind J confess I dont know all about this Colton but I know enough to say tie la an army deserter a liar a dire kepper a gambler and to my certain knowledge the direct cause of the death of three men one a soldier of my troop Now isnt he a sweet spec men to lead In the avenging of a sup posed crime Whatever else Colton might have failed In he was rI man of action Llko a flash his gun flow to the level but was Instantly knocked aside by the grizzled old minor standing next him None o that Ben ho growled warningly I dont never pay to shoot holes In Uncle Sam Brant tmlled Ho was not there just then to fight but to secure delay until his own men could arrive sad to turn nitldo tho fierce mob spirit II such a rftimlt was found possible TO BE CONTINUED Heroines A girl who can smile when obliged In the middle of the sajison to take to her bed with an attack of measles II veritable heroine So Is the woman who manages to control her expres slon when a careless passerby apllls cup of ten over her best frock Vlaejf sad Whlta HOGGING OFF CORN IS AN ECONOMICAL PLAN Helps to Solve the Farm Lnbor Problem Dy D A Guumnttz M S Agr Minnesota ISeenThe variety of corn usually grown inn locality Is the proper kind to grow for hogging off purposes since It Is probably the host adapted to tho local ity and gives tho largest yield How ever getting an early start In the fat toning process Is very advantageous and It sometimes happens when pas turo supplies aro short or the early sale of hogs Is desirable that inch a variety docs not mature early enough To bo prepared for such conditions It Is well to grow a sufficient amount of sweet corn or early maturing flint corn to tide over until the field corn Is ready for use No more than Is suf ficient for early fall feeding should be grown since It costs just us much to grow those varieties as It does the dent and they yield much loss Flint corn Is preferable to sweat corn for hogs and fold feeding of flint corn gives better results than whore husked and fed after tho corn has hartleticd Ono of the great objections In grow ing flint and other early varieties of 111e1tooksad HlUhed seem more extensively GfOwaI Itc weighing tram 100 MmiMt are beet soiled for told Number in Corn M11 per her rw rat w Rr Dais Hors SWill L1 43 since they have that weight formed good amount bone muscle for framework a to rather than grow that have boon grown on pasture bettor fitted tho work than thoso that have been confined In pens as they more have had more food They corn more readily require lets Lmounta mill teed Suoata weight may expected gain about pounds dally days feeding they should gain I logs weighing pounds from 200 almost good prices It Is then to to trigs weigh from to 140 If early April pigs these Old brood that thin fatten very when n field A few weeks on early corn will BOWB to cIrl1 or would tho eating lu the field hogs a great deal clear water They grow and thrive when they and some means supplying It to thorn fresh and In largo quantities must bo provided In the fluid hogs do not come up and drink In as they In tho yprds It Is to keep water them Whoa fields to farmstead are used hogs can to the yard or fed slop as usual whom fields remote from tho farmstead used the simplest way Is to fill several barrels or casks with water and haul them by team on a stone boat or other conveyance to the field can thus taken out at a time to mat two or three days There are no definite at hand to determine Just how large an area It Is to allow hogs at time In ort MfR Results at the Mln neaou skew that where It look tile hogs days to clean a field corn they did not make as good gales den the latter part of tho period M timing the earlier part Some farmers who have trod It claim that as Broad resells by turn lute UM wkoto Reid at once aa by fetttlaK Into lou This Is a matter to be settled largely by dreniHttaneee rack M the price labor Ute shape fields Net to fence thorn Shewing Approximately the of Days Required to Hog Off AcreI by a Given Number ef Pigs Welg hlng 126 PoundsYtn1DNOe ofII WITH CORN SHRUNK TO jAN1 ta be 4i W 71 U- I Yes be Ie be Eji I I i ace I I ref- MftI IMn sot see I Mm un Mrt ate I sxt Den Dan Dsra Dm Dan Dan Dm faPISilon US S Mt Jas W 1r1 I 411 4JO W 32- 3tu ttP22I1OCt 1U 112 Ul 11 16d IU 6 JU U3 26J ksepO Its 73 L7 too t2 IU au 710 t6o2 US keep 491loo U 63 iS al U IU its 13 IU will IMP SO Hoc eS 2 40 y7 74 L2 tO I 97 I 10J winLuptouan UJ 17 44 so u 12 Ei 10S L7 u 37 sJ Sol V4 5 74 W1lup6OitouUri U Jt 42 4 51 u u 60S Ing at a of and and nre in condition fatten to Those are for are active and experience In gathering for themselves therefore eat and of expensive ot this be to 14 In GO to 70 of approximately 93 to 20 not 110 In by 10 are In up of bo it bo of of It of do he up aro bo for me N up of sE arc of of the toe Us uwill win tt6 113 and the roll and Wh ro there Is much rain and tho soil Is sticky tho areas bo limited so that they can bo cleaned up In SO days or loss Whore there la but little rain and tho Is sandy or there Is no good reason for the amount ot corn that which they can consume before the end of tho season It by or part ot a field is left sows or stock hogs may bo used to clean It up and If tho amount Is largo tho should bo Corn Field That Was Hopped Off In the Fall Then Disked Twice and Har I rowed Once the Spring pounds always bring expect start with that pounds farrowed will make weights sows flesh quickly turned into varieties usually permit such marketed before possible following common method feeding While corn require bettor have When drove1 therefore necessary before adjacent the brought and watered Hnoiich data advisable footling ttaitoo obtained Into Din particularly climatic conditions should- probably soil gravelly perhaps limiting beyond mismanagement accident any unfintshedbrood advantageously then etime IA Following unreasonable September continually UI easily Injured by excessive corn feed ingFor convenience a able has Wit arranged showing approximately tho number of days requited to hog off an aero of corn yielding various amounts In order to crnblo the feeder to Judgo as to tho acreage of corn ho will need to Inclose at a time for his pigsComfort Is highly essential to the growth anil well bcing of pigs and while they aro out In the fields shelter of itomo sort must bo provided for tuciu 44 A MAN A WOMAN 5 AND A BABY 5 BY C F MARTIN O ON 4Ne1WNONCop ShorUtory Pub Co Ho was very small very plump and very pretty ho was possessed ot a somewhat philosophical turn of mind He spent most of his tuna lying in IL soft bed In a bright sunny nursery and ho was regularly given his dinner to n nicely warmed bottle Tho person who was roost familiar to his wondering eyes was a dainty whiteclad whitecapped girl who was always cheerful and happy U made I tho baby happy to look at her he ex pressed his pleasure by crowing In a language which ho and tho nurse seemed perfectly to understand Ho was dimly aware that outside tho narrow Illtnts of his nursery hero ex isted a big noisy confusing world Ho had received vague Impressions concerning It during the brlet hours which ho usually passed outside on sunny afternoons On these occasions however the fresh air always put him to sleep to promptly that ho had had but little opK rtuntty to examine the range things surrounding him Remotely connected with his loner Ufa there appeared to bo other person alities than that of his nurse al though ho had never been able to sat isfactorily analyze their relationship On rare occasions a man had made brief visits to the nursery Ho gen erally looked gravely at the baby fur a short time asked a few calm ques tlona of tho whitecapped nurse and went out Tho baby always felt much In awe of tho man ho never crowed when the man was present Moro frequently the baby had a vUltor who In seine respects return bled his nurse oxcopt that she was tnucti more beautiful and more day illnsly attired She often bent long aver the bed and looked earnestly at the baby Her taco despite Us beauty never seemed happy like that of the nurse and she never talked In tho language which the baby and the nurso understood The bttbya tRee always grow solemn with wonder and expectation when the woman stood over him Somewhere In his being ho felt n prompting to crow to her he somehow fell that It might urine a smile to her sad eyes bat ho had never quite dared One day as the nurse was preparing his dinner tho woman entered She Woman Knelt by the Little White Bed was very pale and her beautiful eyes shadowyl out for an hnur Liz fJ tie she said I will give the baby his bottle today The nurses eyes opened wide with astonishment but she mado no com mont as she complied After sho nurse bad gone tho woman knelt by the little white bed and mys titled the baby beyond measure by bursting Into tears For ji time she sobbed uncontrollably while tho baby forgot his bottle In his wonder When she grow calmer she poured out her heart to the baby Ho seemed to understand and she had no other confidant Sho told him many things of neglect misunderstandings and heartbreaks Finally she ceased talk log and sat motionless her dark eyes gazing absently out of the window The door opened softly and tho woman started to her feet when sho saw the man a quick flush sprang to her cheeks I beg your pardon he said i tlnctlvoly lowering his eyes I did not mean to IntrudeI did not know you wero In hl81boUledrive you away she continued as ho nalftyrned toward tho door Did you come to the baby I didnt know you Ever came to see him bo sup plemented as she hesitated Yet I como In now and then to zoo how he Is getting along Lizzie is rather young to have the care of a baby Dont you think he Is a little pale today she skid The roan studied the baby gravely for a moment It seems to mo ho does look a bit under tho weather ho said judicially I wonder If hi gets enough to eat The baby emboldened by the con tents of his bottle and somewhat reas lured by tho attention he was re cclving gavea little gurgle followed by tho best crow he was capable of producing Then bo smiled cordlt ly at tho two grave faces above him frt fldent that they would understand that ho was ready to accept overtures for his favor Tho womans eyes lighted up she looked at tho man He mot her gaze for a moment und glanced away Queer how thoroughly his eyes an like yours he said with an effort at commonplacenta And his mouth and nose are repll ess of yours She stooped Impulsive ly and kissed tho babys tiny mouth Looking up she caught the roans eye and something she saw there brought the rosy flush back to her ciicvk- Its been a long time ho said slowly Ince Yes n long time she murmured as If phrases did not have to be com pleted to be understood Ever since he began and stopped again Since that night In tho coutenra lory she mused wben you saw Cousin Tom What do you mean ho Interrupt ed quickly Do you mean It want Dick Chnllonor that kissed yowl Ho has never done such a thine in his life she exclaimed Oh Mary he cried with a ruth of understanding why didnt you tell mo It was Tom- Uocauso Y you never asked roc she replied you chose to put your own constructIon on things and to treat me coldly and to act horrid with Hut her speech was never finished nail tho baby squcalqd with delight at toeing such demonstrations from thU enigmatical roan When the nurse came In a few mo mont later sho found that tho man and the woman had loomed tin Ian guano of the baby so wott that all three were holding an animated COB versatlon and tho subject of It all seemed to be tho baby Llizfo sold the woman hOle eyes were slumming hereafter I will glue the baby his bottle every day nl title hour MAKING GODS FOR INDIA Foreign Countries Cutting Into Profit able Native Industry Few ot us roallzo that Into tho vast Irlsnglo of Hindustan Is packed ono fifth of tho entire human race wore than 200000000 Hindus 60000000 Mohammedans 10000000 aborigines and well over 3COOOOOO of other ails ccllancous peoples making up a popu latlon of over 300000000 speaking scores of different tongues and divided Into hundreds ot separate states Tho most Important Industry ot In Ilia is agriculture for the people are a race of farmers and nearly two thirds ot the masses cultivate tho soil eking out n living so scanty that the slightest failure of tho monsoon brings acute distress If not positive famine It Is perhaps for this reason that India Is tho most god ridden region on earth llor deities aro numbered In millions for quite apart from the greater gods ovary little hamlet between tho tremendous Himalayas and Cape Comorln has Its own sot of dei ties dreadful and beneficent From thin It will bo seen that god making In India roust necessarily be an lmmcBo business and Just now there Is much feeling among tho na tive artificers over this holy and profit able Industry being cut Into by for elgn merchants and traders Only tho other day an enormous flvctlercd Jug gernaut car of cayly painted wood and steel was made In Calcutta and ot late years Birmingham and Philadel phia have both secured big slices of tho traffic In gods Every village especially In South India Is supposed to bo surrounded by evil spirits always on the watch to Inflict dlseaso and misfortune cn tho people At tho same time every little hamlet has also its guardian spirits Our Older Civilization You always have to travel to tho cast tor monuments of n time older than your owiCNew Yorkers gob Europe Europeans go to China and Japan Hut It Ii not often that Now Yorkers think of themselves as typify lag something of this kind to others says the Now York Press Yet tna recent issue of a Chicago paper the editor of questions answered column suggests to ono of lila readers that sho go to tho Catskllls or White mountains for a walking tour rather than to Colorado tho ono given reason for the eastern trip being that the inquirer will meet an olitor civilization It Took Everything Naybor Sorry to hear you had scarlet fever at your house Thats a bad disease They say it usually leaves you with something Popley Huh It Isnjt likely to leave me with anything judging from tte doctors bilLI GENT PACKAGES BY NEIGHBORS Custom of Early Days of New England Settlement In tho early days of tho settlement of New England the custom of lending packages by neighbors who jour neyed to different parts of the country was nn established one Tho noto book of Schoolmaster Joseph Hawley of Northampton Mass when ho started on a trip to Boston was filled with such vurled items ns Capt Partridge a dial and a dish kettle ton Joneph speckled red ribbon whittles buckles and fish hooks a shilling worth of plumb and spice two psalters a bason and a quart pot In Old Paths and Legends ot tho New England Harder Katherine M Abbott says that It was the same oven as late as Judge Lymans day Ida daughter Mrs Lesley writes of it In Recollections of My Mother Thero were no expresses then and no when It was known In the village of Northampton that Judge and Mrs Lyman wore going to Ilostgn and they always took pains to snake it knownA throng of neighbors were coming In tho whole evening before not only to take an affectionate leave but to bring parcels every and shape and commissions of every varietyOne came with a dross she wanted to send to a daughter at school ono brought patterns of dry goods with a request that Mrs Lyman would pur chase and bring home dresses for a family of five And would she go to tho orphan asylum and see if a good child of ten could be bound out to an other neighbor Would Mrs Lyman bring the child back with herT The neighbors walked Into the 11 brary where tho packing was going on and when all the family trunks were filled my father called out heart ily Here Hiram bring down an other trunk from tho Garret tho larg est you can find to hold all these par eels A little boy came timidly In with a bundle nearly as large as himself and would this be too largo for Mrs Ly man to to grandmother No indeed Tell your mother Ill carry anything short of a cooking stoveAnother trunk Hiram said my fa ther and ask the driver to wait five minutes Those wore tho times when people could wait five minutes for a family so well known and beloved Our driver Imdonly to whip up his horses a little faster Youths Companion Eminently Practical Time manager of the combination re freshment and music tall was grumpy on Tuesday morning One of the first persons ho Interviewed was the leader of the new orchestra What do you mean ho sold by such spieling as you favored us within this place last night r The conductor was floored by the unexpected attack I dont understand ho said My men played well Ill bet a tendollar hat that they produced the best music that was ever heard inside this hall The applause of tho audience proved thatThats just what Im complaining about growled tho manager They played too well It Itnt profitable not to me at any rateto play too well In a place of this kind Extraor dinarily good music cuts down sales I want you to furnish good music of course something bright and catchy but when the orchestra outdoes Itself people got so Interested that they just listen and forget to order drinks Cus tom fell off ten per cent last night In spite of the record crowd all on ac count of your mens expert fiddling Hereafter lower your standard to a level that will not charm away thirst Clearing It Up To which Is a man most closely related said the genealogist his first divorced wifes second husband or his present wifes first divorced hut bandSo far as I can see one tie is about as close as tho other said a thought tul friend So I should say said the genealogist Hut Billy Bowen must have fig ured out a difference Anyhow when his first wifes second husband died Billy went to a ball game but when his present wifes first husband died ho went Into mourning 1 cant understand that I can raid the thoughtful friend Billys present wife was on the point of divorcing him so she could remarry her first husband Now that ho Is dead she has decided to stick to Illlly Ab said the genealogist The Land of the Free Theres eight nations reprcslnted In this ward of ours said Mr llallor poHhthem off on his fingers Theres Irish Frlnch Eyetalinns Poles Germans Rooslans Greeks and Mr Halloran stopped and began again Theres Irish Frlncb Eyetallans Poles Germans Rooslans Greeks an aint It queer I dlsremlmber the other wan Theres Irish Frlnch Maybe twas Americans suggested Mra Halloran Sure thats It said her husband I couldnt think Youths Compan- Ion rr VeryTrue- I wonder there i4ep much talk about flying machines Why shouldnt there ber Because it is sack a soar subject Jut now DAVID ANOINTED AT BETHLEHEM Sunday School Lesson for Aaf 2 1908 SPtclall Prepared for Thin Paper LESSON TEXT 1 Samuel Mem cry Verso 11 iz OLDEN TEXT = Stan looketh on the outward appearance but the Lord look etb on the hear1 Sam 167 TIMEJ079 D C Unher Others place- It later PLACE SamlielH home was at Ra malt near Jerusalem DavIds at Brthle DavieIsPKRSON88aniuel Saul David Jesse and lila family Comment and Suggestive Thought Samuels Relation to SlIulIn the last verse of 1 Samuel 15 it Is said that Samuel camo no more to see Saul until the day ot his death That Is ho was no longer his adviser no Ion ger brought Gods word to him lie tot him go on in his own way for advice and warning would accomplish no good and only hinder his religious work among the people by leading Saul In his anger at reproof to interfere There Is thus not tho least dla crcpancy between this statement and the statement that once after this Saul sought to see Samuel at his home and prophesied In his presence 1 Sam 192224 But Samuel mourned deeply for Saul V2 It Saul hear It he will kill me For the act of anointing another king would bo regarded as little less than high treason Samuel was prudent as well as wise lie was needed as a religious power In the kingdom Take an heifer with thee and say I am come to sacrifice Samuel was ac customed to go on a circuit to judge and It Is probable that on such oc cations be held religious services taught tho people and offered sacrl flees lie told tho exact truth He was going to sacrifice It was a part of his work lie simply said nothing about what else he was to do for it was none of the neighbors business- V 4 And the elders of the town trem bled at his coming Ono of the teach lags of tho sacrifices was the cleans ing from sin Samuel was a prophet reformer and doubtless was known as reproving and rebuking sin The elders were conscious of imperfections and guilt though they might be un able to recall any special sin But so unexpected nn event as the visit of the venerable prophet naturally awakened their conscience oven as now a sudden catastrophe or special manifestation or Gods pretence earthquake tempest or fireawakens the consciousness of guilt and causes men to listen to the still small voice of God In addition to this they may have feared that some of their people bad committed n crime unknown to them or the breach between Samuel and Saul may have made the elders afraid of In currlng tho royal displeasure by wel coming him just as Samuel himself had feared Sauls anger V G To sacrifice unto the Lord Sac rlficcs were modes of worship express Ing repentance and thanksgiving and devotion to God Parts of the sacrl flee were burnt or given to Gods priests The rest was used in a feast Note that it was not merely a new king that was needed but a new dynasty one that would be fitted to be the ancestors of tho Messiah aid work toward the purpose for which the Jews wore chosen as Gods people Note Jesse was tho grandson of Boan and Ruth God chore David as the best person for this purpose He knew Davids heart and character and talents and possibilitiesDavid already been tested In lesser things so that be proved by be ing faithful over a few things he could safely be made ruler over mnny things Matt 2521 and as expressed In the parable of the pounds Becauso thou lint been faithful in a very little have thou authority over ten cities God guided Samuel to the setting apart of the right The Right Man Set Apart for His WorkV13 And anointed him In the midst of his brethren That Is In their presence The later history unders4ndthepossibly they only thought that David was set apart to learn from Samuel In one ot thc schools of the prophets where Indeed he did afterwards take refuge 1 Saw 191820 It 1s not told us that even David or Jesse com prchended what Samuel was doing However as Gclklo says Josephus can hardly be wrong when ho de tribes Samuel as taking David apart bad whispering Into his car the mean ing of his act as he performed it David Receives the Spirit of God The Spirit of the Lord came upon David from that day forward The same Spirit that we all can receive and which is essential to the best life and work of every man whatever his work may be Davids anointing was his conver sin or rather a marked era In his re ligious life a blossoming out of the choice of God long working with him Practical Points 1 Note Gods cure for what seem our Incurable sorrows As a means under God it Is true that Labor 1s test from tho sorrows that greet us Rest from all potty vexations that meet us- Never forget for a moment that no face can be BO beautiful and no form so divine but that a bad heart or n weak heart may make It hateful or worthless Let Us try to honor men ss God honors them H Is blessed beyond conception that It U tied not chases God 18M Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of allr Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with otJirile himself where he can make most rapid progress i Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thoso least advanced Samo lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students AHUurietio and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing SIngIngTJIMe Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Flee ieit booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions nail compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science tACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eton a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small j extra feee ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin doe i man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical l ooitrnceW1k x use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods Tbo highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a ftrsC laselcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give tho inform 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 Dand may be takon as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days j Boron College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends 1 on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Korea 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 the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Uerea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to Ito Secretary before coming securo extra employment so as to earn from CO cinta to ono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc rary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho bolt 1 but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost t LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent o pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras f135 a week In the tall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when tho Jtudentlleparls- Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or uotvicee4o- tteachersall our Instruction is a tree gift Tho Incidental Feo formos students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 In courseelvith- Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses 4 PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the half term Installments aro as follows 2200 1 oInstallmentot term 67GJ 1 SPRING 4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm workt940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exams nations 1645 Ie FALL 1908U weeks 2950 In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2106 including 100 deposit middle ot term 946 REFUNDING Students who leave n y permission before the end Ot a term receive back for money advanced as followstOn board in lull except that no allowance la made for any fraction ot a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any nn 5t plred fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of tatty cents On incidental tee a certificate allowing the student to apply J the amount advanced for term bills when ho returns provided it Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and are well s 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 a For Information or friendly advice write to the SecretarysWILL C GAMBLED CiM BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knifeftakes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people lilts J a good thing when they fee it and to get a 75 cent knife wiPItwn 1 blmlQS of razor steel and a dollar r that is worth more to t jpoiirt I taiu people than any other dollar paper inthe world The Knife and The Citienfor jiLZST That bringfiin subscriptions all the tithe ItO Lave not gofityoiiought to have t r- L i ItA i ITHE SCHOOLI KENTUCKYS RURAL SCHOOLS Article III What can be done by the People this Year By PRESIDENT FROST of Berea College The rural schools of Kentucky are conducted in the summer and all According to our law they are to be In session for five months ono hund red days and they may begin on tho first Monday after the 4th of July oho time Is at hand and it is Wen that all friends of the children should give a little thought to this question What can we the people do to make our rural schools a greater success this year Let ns not waste time in think ins about possible amendments to tho School Law or possible improvements lu our general plant The problem now is with the law we have and with tin arrangement as they are how shall w have the best possible schools Uifs summer A tow plain suggestions may be made In the t first place we can all talk about the beglnntnc of the public school la our several districts sun make it a raster of public lnteei If this to done Uusttec will be stimulated to secure good trrcbers and fulfill all tc ir Uties wilb promptness and lde Parents will be wakened end win have their children ready waea tie term begins and the children themselves wit look forward to the hymning of the school with glad anticipation The tint thing to do is to think and talk about oar schools The next thing is to secure their prompt beginning The schools can btscln this year on Monday the 6th of July and unless there la some I great reason to the contrary every c rntry school should open on that Iy The mtre farts of the nncert alty of the time when the school downCrI L of supreme Importsncr The xhool wilt waver educate children v no never go to school Now people ate never read to have school begin any more than they arc to have it rain so from negligent the Ime of the beginning of school is often dot feared week after week The result ii i hat students do not begin with the- ftt fling that the school Is important Put a far greater reason for begln nii f school on July Cth is this that II will enable the school to close be tore the bad weather of early win i ter The writer has visited many of our country schools and it IB most in the month of Novem ui esisv to tee the small number of child 1h PUBLICITY Continued horn Fitrt Pap A bill whwh was before Congress last wnter to require the national campaign vnnmitiees to do these Ihiifs was never brotght to a vote Tln was largely the fault of floe RiUibllian leaders and it U like r t ttii tl party wlil BUfitr smewliat I for Jt in tin conilne campaign l There are som excuse + for the lead Htpartly that the Mil was not fair in all ways and partly that there wire mere important but the chief were other things that they thought 1rnasoliwhy they did nothing wM i that they are mostly old men nodI ar afraid of any new Idea like ThEir opposition however cannot 0wholly be blamed on the party and has since donea fact tint Taft all ue could to make up for their taU ore and has so manugeu things that the nepubllcan campaign will be run In just the wane way BS If such n law hail bqen passed and that the people will have a chance to see Just how the campaign is managed and to judco for themselves whether It Is fai or not Bryan has not yot taken this stand but It is likely that he will and so by the action of these two mot our politics will get a bene fit which Congress refused to give Mr Tafts way of securing this pub p licity for his campaign fund was very simple He did not promise anything because then his opponents would he ablu to say that he would not keep his promise He simply oppoln ed a New York man treasurer of his committee This means that the campaign will have to bo conducted under the New York law which not only provides that there shall be full publicity but punishes any ono who gives false statements or does not make full statements Ills worst enemies can find out all that he does by simply applying to the courts and there U no possible doubt that the Republican campaign wUl be conduct ed on tho very highest plane What Mr Bryans plan will bo remains to bo seen but bu haa already announced that he will accept no more than 10000 from any one man and noth- Ing at all frcm corporations Considering the way the corporations love jJ Mr Bryan and that the New York DI t rcn shivering in the poor school houses A careful study of the offic- Ial statistics will show that we always have a large number In attendance In July than ir November Sometimes there will be a necessary suspension of the school on account of the Illness ol the teacher or some other cause This would still make the school lat er but we may be sure that every days delay in tho beginning of a rur a school will diminish Its average of attendance for the school session as a whole We should see that the time of beginning li distinctly Un derstood and widely published The parents should be reminded of their duty and children of their privilege school trustees of their responsibil ity and so with a great wave ot pop ular interest let our rural schools begin Ott the Oth of JulJThird All who eats of the State con somethtnc towards maklnc the school a success Lri mt ask why every preacher should not at the last of June in connection with a notloe of the beginning of the public school preach a sermon on the rearing of children Let me ask why every politiI cal speaker every orator at a coun ty fair and ettry country newspaper t should not sound the note In favor of the education of our children and the vigorous support of the public sthools Let me ask why every man ard woman of influence whether they have children of their own to attend the public schools or not should not urge upon their neigh buts their tenants the people In thlr employ the great duty and privilege of sending their children t the tree school this summer We are often disgusted at discovering ci editions of seeing Ignorance find depravity round us when the per sons refeponslblble for these conditions are really ourselves If we had btea sufficiently active years ago InI getting the children Into the free schools there would have been less IdleneM end less of the fruits of idleness fit me ask whether t should not IH understood that every schoolhouse will be visited not mere ly by the school trustees and the ccinty superintendent but by the leading citizens of the neighborhood tau that trusties teacber and pupils shall feel that the school is an obi jtci of universal interest sad 10 gbrdilaw under which the biggest of them art operating forbida them to make any contributions to campaign funds it IH not at all certain that II r Bryan has given up anything but promise sounds well and is In the 11 direction Another question thit there will be a good deal ot talk about will be the management of Mr Roosevelts eani talgn which was barely touched on in the last blue ot the paper Tbe leuocit charge that Mr Cortelyou who resigned the Secretaryship of ljmmerce sue Labor to take charge I of Mr RookereltB campaign used i secrets regarding corporations whisk I he bad learned white In the service rf the goverunmt and fcreed the oor I potations to make contributions and I that he promised not to prosecute i those who had brokon the laws or to give specia favors to others that wanted to do wrung This Is practic ally a charge that the Republican perky levied blackmail on the corpora tions It is entirely different from charging that it accepted contribu i tions from corporations But tho Democrats are trying to make it ap pear that the charge is the sameI Taking up the last charge first there is no doubt that the Republican i party accepted contributions and large ones from corporations So did the Democrats At that there wus little objection to this onI the part of any one and as a cor poration is In business and can be in jured or helped by the way an election gets at first sight it seems all right fo It to help the side that will do it the most good But It has been proved that corporations want more than this and expect tho people that fayorsI corporations should be taken only un der cerain clearly defined condl tions And remember that in this regard both parties stood on the same tooting and that the Democrats have never even tried to deny that they also took corporations money This brings us to the first charge which is thar the corporations mon ey was taken In a wrongful way by the Republicans There are two charges about this first that Cortel you extorted money trojn the corpor ations under threat to prosecute it they djd not pay up ami promise to let them go if they did and second that rib promised special wrongful favors to rich men who contributed- As tb the firstMr Cortelyou dillI not collect a cent ot the money sync tacen up so that he had known any number of guilty secrets of the worst corporations he could not use tKcm rut he did not know any such secrets He had spent his whole time in organizing iris department which was a new one and at tho tmo he left It not a bit of informa tion of the kind he would have to use had come to him So he hadI not have the secrets to uso If he had a chance Also U has never be u proved and there has never ben even a definite charge made ota snse case where such a secret was uteri i r where such a prosecution of n corpcrntlon was brought or was not brought Icoitte the corporation paid or did lot ray a campaign contribu I tion Democratic papers talk about tli known corruption but they low that there was none and never Uy to prove their charges because nlf ro is no Proof possible As to favors promised people who mede big contribution There jrere none of those either and there are on record severs1 letters from RooseveU i io Cortrlyon ordering that no rack thallIIJwas sent to a rata Scat as soon as It was found that he expected to fttlJlGla1tlcano way enPtir them to any special favors or anything more than justice before If her the courts or the President Not a bit of evidence has ear I er been brought out t sheen that there was a single promise made and the Pwldentfc worst en 1 tn admit that If any pt nude It was not kept I corporations have certa from htm All these things are or 1 tloy completely clear V Mr Cortelyou from cand which have been made Mot of the Drmocrat k i the others could kro t v would take tht trouble TJesp things will all fc Ben on any will be she Pivtldnt himself when + stump to answer his I- ana the attack on the 1 1 the honesty of the Reps f v 11 turn out to have bee + + worst mistakes that tb T r i have marie In title campnl- POLITICAL NOTES 1111IIIr mi Fir race tiKe or a Federal Mscnc before It ran rnnfrr 25 per cent of the p duets In which it deals Appar ently the trr oncllahl feature n- Jr Taft vlewr It Is the proposition tn have the corporation answerable to fort six different states and at the same time to the 25 per rent Federal license law A good many ono have talked with Mr Taft ex pod him to make some suggestions Ir bll treatmcat of the subject in his speech of acceptance Many prllttsUbs have urged oa him the- ncHUPy of dupelllng the notion but it Is not believed that he will BRYAN AMOS PAPERS AID William J Bryan teas issued a sUtenrt appealing to the ontlr papers to collect funds He hopes that the Democrats will re wire aVlargn campaign fund than ever b4bro and tb money must come th the maIM as Mr Dry ati will not ateant raQr thAn 10000 from one person or cornratln- pnOIUDlTICINISTS IN RACK Ollle more the ProldbUlon party has entered upon a national pollt lal campaign Hon Eugene W Clwppln of Chicago was nominated ac candidate for president of the United States by the Prohibition Convention which met in Columbus O Mr Cliaffln Is an attorney resid ing In Chicago but is a native cf Wliconnln and at one time ran for governor of that state on the Pro hibition ticket The platform provides for a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture sale ImporMMon exportation or trans portation of alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes And several other principles which have to some de gree interested the debaters of the country DENtAL OK DR HUNTER Charges made by Dr Herman prowo lit a German newspaper published In Mexico City to the effect that Dr W Godfrey Hunter ot Kentucky formerly American Minister to Guat emala had collected 10000 from Pitsidctit Cabrera of Guatemala for tbe campaign of President Roosevelt If 1904 are proved take by Dr Hun ter AI STATE NEWS Continued front ant pate CAIXB POWERSCaleb Powers will make his first appearance on the lecture platform Thursday at the El gum Illinois Chautauqua Assembly J1rcI li W Rht upon the Scaffold Wrong upon the Throne While his theme llcrsecutlonsIin Kentucky and his eight years imprisonment ybt he says ho will deal with tho subject so as not to offend any Democrat INEWS OF THE WEEK the shippers in con Iresentalhes the Interstate Commerce Should this b done and the malt roads jiiftlfy their increases the ship pen agreed that they would inter pee no objections but that If the railroads tailed to justify their action that they shmtld recede from their licsltlon t- NEWSPAPER IN CAMPAIGN lucas sire now being made in Wash perIof the Bepoblloiis sod Democratic patties lloUt psrttss sire preparing enter Into the campaign by adver Itu thru Uw columns ef UM new taper end wilt keep the country well informed U tc every set aad the amount of money given for campaign purposes Their principles sad loll clef will be before the puMte tore thaij evr Infers sad voters will bin the light Tbe greatest aUtes- l men of the ecuatry are eomlaf to re auto that prtlldty of actions of the great political parties Is necessary to secure the confidence of tte great belly of cltsens This Is a repreeen- jtntlve republic and each candidate III ui pose I to staaa hy the principles tv and make known to the ht is doing and do The more eyed the nutl n e ronlltntllliI used This MiiiiR- t not ttiautl nw m practised In tang campaigns t brought dawn- an It has been i oW days pub flcf almost tn i country news tar i pautphiex rechet lUll tit h to the votii 1 nivney tiitiv uuC the Jianas Hv policy of the 1 jst de presented H r Lia conld ia tlrarrLkhi somewhat dUfInut tvm many of the preceding elections la te Nation and SUiS GREAT MINDS AND MONEY moneyIInDean M nay doss all tiling for It gives end it takes away It makes hooest men and knaves foolish and phlloso pUer LBstraaga He that lab money mean awl content to without tares aood friends hksspearo Mosey Is lfho manure of very lithe sA except R Ie spreadrBeeec ra all you can saw aUOU can give all yen cans3obn Wes ley i ReallY mousy U Aladdlni lamp tort Byron Tlae nsa of WOB y JI all the advan tage there is ia having 1L Benjamin FranklinPut your trust in money but put your money ia trust Oliver Wendell Holmes Money Is a handmaid If you know how to use Ita mistress If you do not know how Horace It happens a little unluckily that the persons who liavo tho most In finite contempt for money are the same that have the strongest appe producesShenstone HE IS THE RICHEST MAN In whose possessions others feel richestWho absorbs the best In the world In whlru ho lives and who gives tho best of himself to others Who has a strong robust consltlu tlonWho enjoys access to the master pltce of art science and literature Who can face povrety and misfor tune with cheerfulness and courage Who values a good name above goldFor whom plain living rich thought and grand effort constitute real rich es Success Magazine MISSOURI CASE LIKE KENTUCKYS In the Matter of Trouble With Tax System A Tax Commission Has Just Made a Report That Is of Interest In This State Missouri has been laboring under a difficulty in Its tax system nearly ox actly similar to that of Kentucky A tax commission has been at work in Missouri and In lino with the tax com missions of other progressive states it has found no solution of the difficulties of the situation short of a constitu tional amendment that will give the legislature greater liberty In dealing with tho question but it also points out that such an amendment is chiefly desirable because it will lead to cpa ration of the sources of state revenue from the sources of county revenue The comments of the Missouri tax commission are so pertinent to the slUnvUon ia Kentucky that the follow ing extracts will be found of Interest We all agreed that UIB heat slop la any tax reform is the separation of the sources of state and local revenue This change would not require the exemption of any class at property from taxation The proposed change may be elected fly the adoption of a single constitutional amendment The general features of this ups ration of the sources of state and local revenues may bf briefly sum marised The state would 1IatJoue the levy of a general ropity tax upon the real and personal ir Marts of the state leaving the n nont and coll11o1I of this tax to the toun ties and niunltlpallties for Lal pur poses This wiuld niche a rating of the tare rpae InolU nt the present dun systom It wmi alw dispense wh toe worklr tin tate Board of Kiiiiltatinn coni t with the attinpiMt quail satiou if a tees meats of ril and Pfl1Ional i r ftly among tin t mntlwi of 111rTbe iiai te VA then nfKr i rite its revenii tlmagh lit lahWieneqU 1 owcr of tiuaUoo uln tfi naral subjects of tusutlon all 1 UH Corporation tar s Inllpdlr tnrl such other frri t of taxaioi the general a M rii may uvtn n i Th dlfforrtu sites of ast t In the dltTiT ri counties rnforr br the dlnVrrnt d Kinnli for local r true would no 11Ic r traduce inetu In taxation wit n fewno to Hi ate tax Th rtn1 I Ilruln d Is v our opinion Ihn effirtlvt ri Jy Each rnniinrni1 rnitM fl1 l wn rate of slum l 1111111 cal n isv require ilii i Dbjecilns its ins to tin tnjimtiri f bolnx rn to pv an 1t1tILrfl of W Ion There rtw a eortHn KII of home rule n tmtlon whlrh i isis tn the vsria a f the rates if taa- m nt UI 01 l irty arr MiliiiK the kcal no i of tile coniniuinn imi counllcx paylna taxes on 70 MI per- epat of the r11 sloe of pro ert end others onlv n r 30 pct iiiit The rnort of he Ti t Coroml HIH if 91 111lli bottiiiU r 1111 nay Ithat no two r Miles of the sii vf Mitre ml ir the r it of all clan f iOKrty nii altv spenklnv ILm If ati nlnfh D tint formlty ns to the pn Miiimi th each viilin talin all n hih ir tli asseaed vr in Atm ooinMi slue real Ialn far as our tIrJ jow Y low ax jr cent of IM lltni price while others have a tn pi r cent heels Some sseoss real estate nt Ue per cent and tangible personal prop ort7 at H per cent The roniniMlon ooaelnded that there was an absolute wut of equality in taxatlos This Inequality en Mt be retie 4M by the State Board of Vtwllsa tics for SIN obvious reason tat the high rate of assessment IB certain counties Including th city of 81 Lonls is enforced by the pressing de mind for revenue for loess reivilrc meats Th boats osn Mt rats the assessments of UM counties which make a low Tslastlosi si that would be Imposing an uaneoMscYjr burden upon those communities We see no remedy tar this existing Inequality and resulting Injustice except In the separation of the sources of state and local revenue Under the plan proposed the state would retain all of Its Inherent powers of taxation txoept as to the general property tax upon real and personal property which Would be assessed and collected by counties and cities fur local purposes The state now levies a tax upon insurance companies dramshops express companies sun dry corporations license Inspec tion taxes and a collateral Inheritance tax What other forms of taxation may bo adopted will bo for tho Gon oral Assembly In its discretion to do ermine The system proposed re quires no change in the existing limi tations upon the tax rates of the counties cities and school districts Tho change recommended requires no modification of tho methods of as sessing tho property ot railroads and other public service corporations by tho State Board of Equalization That system is statutory and Its continu ance or modification Is subject to tho control of the General Assembly Should the present system bo contin ued whereby the assessed valuation made by tho state board Is appor tioned to the counties the General Assembly shpul continuo the present state tax upon such valuation and provide for its direct payment Into the state treasury THE MARKET maresPrices Potatoes Irlir per bu10yt A Cabbage 2c per lb Peas 12MC per gal Honey lie per Ib Beans 12c per gal Apples per bU710 Ulackbtrrles 7W10o per gal StrawLorrlos per qt 10lSc Bzcs pet doran 13e Outter per Ib15200 Dacou per Ib10Uc g Harn per lb1Yaa 1 Lard per Ib lOietfo + Chickens on foot per ll IScy Cord 90c Oats OO- eWheat 9 Jo per bu Millet 100 jwj bu Live Steck Louisville July 14 1OChoice export steers 6 76 6 40 Choice butcher steers G 25 590 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 Medium butcher steers 4 79 S 1S Common butcher steers 4 at 45 Choice btrtahsr bitters 4 75 G 90 Medium Iwtehsr heifers 4 00 S 01 J eoI ininiort buteFer cows 2 71 3 f4 Cannon 1JS I IfIChole fa Oren 4 II 0 ttMrdiitn oxen t 4 00 Eire bnb N s 25 Medium Mil 75 l re- tvt Iliiiiiiiii 1dle J00 2 11IiCiiulo Peal calves C 0- 0ybJtI cain 60 o I IJt live N J ftf Gn d b rs + M f J Mediun Cdara 4 01 4 iu Poiiiin I feeders M 4 14 Miitcr tterf 4 M 4 b0- MrJlum hiiek tarn 9 N 4 ftComm nt tee uteeri M J it rholre RtMk boilers 3 at 1 7- 1lrtDrm eh heifers N 3 f il p Xd trkr N 3 q Chnlr 1 h cows M 4U- Meunn tirh cows H 30 f0 Common touch tows e 04 14 00 to- Clici + ITS Still bmair Jo- I 1ItMcer tII1 SMI in s KII jbs- I 21 1- I 1ItI iig 1 ir It 60 9 Ih tt MUM Itll 10 i vII Hull boo ii IM Ie sail hot fat iheep l1 3rubyeimr 1 tp N 3eI lr Np i M tfiC+ aeeids 5 Wtt w f dr Jini- IllM l i tiltlld lad 41- MKSS Itinkt9 WJ y HAM i note sugar rurs4 llb y- and tip lai tun iimjc heavy to fmedium M title flIO I iR55l4e Mr Ih HION Char ribside Iy4e regular Iar Idea if4o lrc a fAIt baron 0 14Se uur cured sho des Sfcc lOebeaqLARUrrliae Steam In tiigpe 8r iioDRIKDEGGS ease count 15 pr doz candled He- DUTTEliICc per lb TOirLTKY Spring rhltM ik akellATdNo r COJUoJNo 2 0 white SalNo 3 mired Ilia 1 OAlIfew No3 wblte G51ic No It 8 mixed 14a gNorthern SUIiFLOWBR PHILOSOPHY Proor tits things you want but haveDefoefor f IUfCompjalnsng wd0ntheNever toll a friend anything that would not look well Ir print with your name signed to It rtl You didnt have tho right kind of Tn Good time Ir you are not good ni t urfd thn next day after you had Jt + Working after you have had a few + A Slams of beer In tho middle of the tday is like trying to work alter dorkri Thcro are Iota ot men who seem worthless until compared with a girl t who has Just returned from a vaci UonifriendyouMother and the girt think I am g answered Mr Cumrox but my per s Bonal feelings are those of a man who has fallen overboard and ought to be hollering at tho top of his voice for help Washington Star The Porter Drug Co iNoosroaiTso PHONE12 BEREA KY 1 H 5O 0000000000o 0 i Berea and Vicinity i o o- o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 Ii 0ioioe oe 0 DR BEST DENTIST e CITT rilOHF tea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Walla Hnide Is ill at his home on J i4 Depot street U to feared he bai tyrboia fever thetwp1w l WteT St left Friday Ming t0 lake a position as oper 01 sM at tile Pennsylvania J I si r and Iflaa finaii r fro iiuiutiT art visltlMf IilitS J J n Wallace in W Idt Monday night Inlcw ti mi Hum to ifs of Jolla 1C Moore Msj n Mvrn sad OM half fill gtrl Mr Moore Ir fsMTtnt t hie born r a l Sire Oo tick 1ft Iferra s M k fur HMBflttin O toi fOr then they vlll go to ttTet Y for a fort itay Jae i1 if who h working 01 fire rturrl Tlnirs trolls is Knob truer tips hu apta uetk wit lire VI rlkLF 1 rrs Sup iteiidont a e PI iWpartmeii nf Dore- aIllJnyI rf JII 17 for J hnaM c1 l to visit lil par 4 tbM will go to Mlnnoapo 1 rhwaother POI + before C n III Mr 1t L Frink to in e p or printing e utmnt 4R U ii Lr1 abset A I OoflSIU II been N IIltk viinjrton o Inn U iwtt She N I Ihte to 0 p 14 If how no iiiim of 1lug p h rhe Cat n i Inl f IJ I r IH ivnwlaa n lltlon nn 11111 a 1lIllk1i teach hj tlrge frr a1u v jrarn 14 Nr1 linrdott si irparlrd imleliII think left IIbltt for laittf 4t to visit faUi Bur s sic Mr A R Ma ii n 4 II 111 gi II r and- u Mt Sittaof JoUJd Tlmiii rend tMrsh wen An- rfp andar morning nml to Lrkn Ihp nftrnioon tr Mn5 Ir1e11tat both place V IT Ivitrr has OMB In Clndn t this K on business fan DI i t hark ffim MrKM In at VniV again Ic the hank r ant vItr D B ChainUcr and e daatH of MtVtnon Are Bito It firs ChandlMK mother J W Evens v Mi3 DIIdI1 Vlarn who wan here pert week to rroelre medhat treat ltd Cft baa ninrnd to her home a- tfffoldII J t ens Vrs J t Ilnrrtson and Fun How r il Yele tn Richmond sbopptng 14K- tneadaJN v Mrs Lw IrijIU and little tJllIkl i ot LottlaviH aro visiting at of Ur ap4 alts A P 0ttlo i centerSLrHt A numlrtr Df Beraa jwopta pant sinday ot JJfiUory Spring Mlsrn Flora Comb and Loromx Hi and wont to niohnwnd last FrlI IM looKlnc over tha city Afr J W Hvans and son Fmnk lii loft Sunday for Southern Indiana tar o visit with tome folks part of wbnm ho has not scon for twentytwo arcOThe Christian Endeavor Society of the Chilstlan church will give a to fhion the lawn ot the parson ago ltrlday night Mrs E E Wyatt has returned frcm a visit with friends In Crab Orchard Tho Union Church and Sunday School will have a plcnlo at the Fair grounds Saturday July 25 Hilda Welch entertained a party of about twnety young friends at her home on Chestnut street Friday even ing July 17 Mrs D a Pulllns and daughter Geitrudo are visiting relatives fat Paint Lick and Lancaster this week Richard flange has returned from a weeks visit with relatives in Laurel and Clay Counties BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COMEI ICoaoeaaeoaettoeotacao Iii College Items s- a I J 0 QI- i HERE AND THERE 0 oaoaoeeoe eaooooeooao oeoo- Mlse Ada Dinkleman of Coaadale 0 la viattlni Berea this weak Mr and Mrs John Callas arrived CaIialrrny but cornea to Berea as teacher In the Nr renal Department They vl emvpy eMu Bottom Cable I Prof Rain is visiting friends in ixtcher Canty thia weak lro and lira Lewie have goof to- Casey County to vtstt Mrs Ltrwk parents Rev Jaa a Faulkner who U to u the ttte rf the Extension work topped in liirea left Thursday as rt tie Irirhourvlll- Mr Mfi tpn came back Wednes I HMT t v an extended visit la nil loti ear UI htanG- OOD IAKM LAND WANTED Pullf1I having about Iff aorta ot good farm land In Madlnon County or I adjobiinff Bluegrass Oountlos for lease wW tin well to addrose The Citizen Btrta Ky TO BEREA FRIENDS j I Hall s der Karl 8tr I GfrmauI n ar r PMt May 1 s mti n taw wcrdfi of greet Irg anu fare rll in htlialf of Mrs Cnok n rprtl to our many friends amont the oolloit wet Ts and t- otheetnt I rnd other frtends wno n nv ir the Citizen I VTH 01 rr Cook left Btrta for c imsi in April it was with UM ixjxict Ion df returning la Ute Fall I the NII kcenes and friends Ihelr A lien I left In Juan N1I my wi Ill iin Mrs Cook and tat little I It war still with the 1011111lie rrturntD Bat since ProItIUitotoahy of UtUctou to the CoGIg pgatliDal Theological ORaadai i nwsi Important ctty and u that wdk b most directly Inline both j with niy special lattmt and my pirparaikm it seems that I should IM able to dt tort to promote toe cure ot Christ there Be It to likely that ww may not set our dear friends In Dews agam for yeasitileyou all again sad liars a good yo I Malt with you but we shall probably IAltbofilrnds In Mcntreal we shall often think Affectionately of those whose I kindness and frlndihlii we have to I teach enjoyed in Uerea and mlsa their cherry faces and the beautiful j mountains which like the mouri talus round about Jerusalem re minds us that the Lord Is roundabout his people Wohavo Just returned from a fine hip to tho famous lack Forest of Germany where for n week wo wrndered among the great dark firs anti other magnificent trees rowed on a beautiful mUG lake climbed the lofty Feldberg one ot tho high oat mountains of Germany and en our return trip visited some of the beautiful health resorts such as Baden Baden Wiesbaden and Ei senach having pleasant visits with friends In the last two places We shall be very glad to hear from friends at the address given above until wo sail on August 29th and after that Cara of the Congre gational College of Canada 68 Mc- Tavlsh St Montreal Canada s Mrs Cook Gerhard and I are very 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 andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE M 1R pvatbeu Successor to OoIOcn Grocery Company pbonc 184 main Street Opposite Cftljcn Office will We have just heard of the safe arrival ot Miss Cameron and Mine HtPdrlokn In Liverpool Enland and hope to see them hole In Au LIWe tend our most cordial regards lo you all and pray for Gods riches blewlng on you and the great work which B rea College Is doing Faithfully your E Albert Cook WILLIAMC HAZLEWOOD DEAD William Clifton Hnzlewood aged 77 year died at his home on lug RIB n ke one halt mU from town Ian Wednesday July VS Mr Hasel wood was ODA of the oldest cKteens Ir this rldalty baring lived tore all I hU Uto Ht WM a teamster In tae Clrtl War lid from fair youth unUI 1 Ms depth was a hl nly respected ad hraorable althea Though lie was not Identified with any caureu yet his morale ware good and lAlla character pan Mr Hateiwood has lived where be died for nor than thirtyfive yen he has sees Berea started and grow to what It Is now Re was the father of ten children fwtr girls and six boys He was tick fonrteer years and his death WH I our to natuir causes coupled with old age ORDINANCE An order by the Board of Trustees of the town of Berea to build con crete walks on the following streets Ptpinn ng at Chestnut and Kllpee streets on the West side of ElIpHI street to IVjot street ComIlIUTning at the right away oatJle north side cf Depot street tanning to the collect property east of Mrs j Iivstons property Then beginning at Depot and Railroad streets run Ring on past side ot Railroad street I U Chestnut street To be lout aoII L cording to specifications as are used en Chestnut street RACE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Mr Editor Will you allow me space for n few words concerning our present Circuit Judges campaign I am glad to know that wo have such men as Wm Lewis and II C Faulkner as leading office holders Mr Faulkner as Circuit JUdge and William Lewis as Commonwealths Attorney While this Is a race of a right choice and as tho boat equipped should be the man for the office I knew Mr Faulkner would make a good judge and I think 10 ought tk pull out and do all ho can for our little mountain man William Lewl Mr Faulkner told Lewis at McKee he would not enter the race m judge and now he JII oat against htm or wanting the office any way I dont think Mr Faulkner will enter the ran as l havent seen his public aDBOunotnent yet and hopo I wont because I want to see our good men pall for each other and not against I went to see Wllllim Lewis servo an Circuit Judge for four years for I know there could not M a better man take the chair than he In Kentucky I dont see why the people dont nom inate such plain liberal and true men as William Lewis for governor of KentuckyI that Mr Lewis will run far enough ahead of any man that will come out as a candidate so I believe ho ought to have the full chance I atone without any opposition but still the people wouldnt be out of a Judge If they did elect Mr Faulkner as he has made the but Judge we have ev er had at McKee but I believe the saying is It you have a good horse keep him hut I think not for this reason he will get old and cant lo very much there and we ought to have a young thrifty that can pull and will pull I saw in the Wllllamebure j Times last evening a piece like this Judge Lewis is a candidate for cir j I New Bargain for You I EIGHT ROOM HOUSE haUwasIHouse with eight rooms two and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small learn with good stock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within fiveIminutes walk of College A desirable location A business opportunity Price if taken at once 1050 Sale good Title perfect I REPRESENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N Jwhich has paid policy holders 25000000000 Policies absolutely nonforfeitable alter first year The best is none too goad for you and I have the best Call on or address G D HOLLIDAY THE REAL ESTATE Arm INSURANCE MAN Bank S Trust Building Berea Kentucky Everything for Ladies and Childrens Wear When you buy from us you secure the best goods Mrs SR Baker PHONE US RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY cult judge o the Eleventh District Wo wish him success and hopo to see him la due course ascend the appel late bench and shall not be disappointed to hall him one day as Gov ernor William Lewis Of course the people have their choice as 1 have mine but I hope to live to be at tits election and next to hear of the victory of Wm Lewis Sincerely curs Jacob Moore The nbov letter has been sent The Citizen by a subscriber and tswo always wish to give both sides fair play we print It without taking any side on the question ho discusses The Citizen has formed no decision as to whether It will support Mr Faulkner or Mr Lewis but will an nounce Its opinion when Its editor hat had a chance to Investigate the claims of the rivals snytLntletter are denied by Mr Faulkner I lie says that he told Mr Lewis that ho would not run but that one day Mr Luis came to him and said I do not want to run against vou Judge He was already electioneer Ir the Judge knew but he had not decided whether or not he would run again The Judge told Mr Lewis and added that ho would let 101 know In plenty of time to make canvas If he wished to do so Lew is never caino to him again the Judge says but went on electioneering Judge Faulkner announced last New TaoIsoof It before he made his own announ cementThe office of Circuit Judge Is the most important one for the people to decide and The Citizen believes i that voters will do well to wait till they have very full Information on j the campaign before making up their minds which way they will vote or pledging themselves to either of the 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Inventor Holland says that the problem of aerial navigation Is a simple one Much simpler in fact than the problem of who ordered a double quantity of submarines I have been successful as a thief remarked a pickpocket when arrested the other day Is there such a thing as a successful thief Well the pent tentlarlcs aro full of them Tho khcdlvo of Egypt having recently witnessed an auto race in which threo were killed and 14 hurt presumably reflected that Egyptian cigarettes arent so bad after all A big diamond firm which failed the other day blames Its trouble on the publics craze for automobiles Tho old saying may therefore bo changed to Stick to me and youll ride In an automobile Japan no doubt will help China to build that 50000000 navy so that whenever the mikado needs a few ships he will know where to go and 4 knock down a near neighbor and take them for his own use Doubtless the king of Italy had the kindest intentions in knighting a Dos ton hodcarrler but we should think that the knights sword and his rIb- bons would bo in tho way when ho was working at his trade A party ol American girls peered Into the boiling depths of Mount Vo suvlus from a part of the crater to which even the guides were afraid to advance No wonder the American girl is the admiration of creation Tho wellknown phrase John Bull applied collectively to the English na lion first appeared in a satire called The HistOry of John Bull which Is generally attributed to Swift but which was written by Dr Arbuthnot According to the gymnasium direc tor at Columbia university the strong est and hardiest students are those who smoke Think what an awful thing It would have been had the cigarette been forbidden in Michigan t When Bishop Colton of Buffalo sent a circular letter to the Catholic churches of the diocese urging spin titers to seek entrance into the holy estate of matrimony did he forget that this is leap year Ho should 9 have added Faith without works ii dead A correspondent ofa Philadelphia paper complains that automobiles In- Jure the roads But the owner of an automobile will probably declare that honors are even for only when the bills come In is it possible tt estimate what injury many bumpy roads inflict upon tbo sensitive automobile It seem Britons ought to be able to get along with no more than one drinking saloon to teach 400 of the population in the greatcen t tars The proportion of one to each J 1000 of the population of Boston says the Boston Herald is quite sufficient to quench the thirst for alcoholic sUm ulants hero It is reported that the palace of tho Count Srechenyl lacks all modern con venlences including electricity gas running water In the house and heat tag facilities and that tho only bath tub Is a largo w 9den affair six feet high to which water must be carried C from the pump lu the back yard and that tho estate is considerably dilapi dated And yet it was claimed that the counts marriage with Gladys Vandcr tilt WAS entrely a love match I t rr m t4 Americas Italians Us By IURON EDMONDO MAYOR DES PLANCHES Italian Ambnaandor to the tolled Slates There arc about 1000000 Italians from birth or from intention in tho United States Most of those live in the Atlantic coast states New York has 500 000 Boston from 50000 to 60000 i0 000 while in such cities as Newark Hoboken Eliza beth and in towns of New there are on an average from 12000 to 15000 In Chicago there are 100000 Detroit has 12000 Sixty thousand are living in California In New Orleans and its vicinity there are 25000 The Italian were at first Genoese licmonte e and Tuscans During the last 15 years most of the Italians who conic to the United States arc from southern Itnlnnd include Sicilians Ca labrians Tulians etc 50 per cent of the arc laborers It may be asked why these persons do not seek American farm life It should be understood however that the great mass of our southern 10ple at home while engaged in pursuits are in towns They have small love for the country as n place of residence Land owners farmers and most of the laborers dwell together in their boroughs or hamlets and the peasants often have in journey of several miles in order to reach the fields where they work Then they are ignorant of farming conditions in America Moreover when they arrive they usually seek out their friends and through them obtain employ of Italian through the United States is a problem which is the most serious We realize it would be much better if they could Ix located in the country as they find work im in the cities they stop there They are with friends in a strange land I have been trying to induce them to fettle upon farms What we have done has been done mostly by though now n Milanese society is aiding Italians to acquire land tear Laredo Tex We favor strcng ly the actfbh taken by your to have debark immi grants at southern ports The Italians arc and mako excellent citizens I have a letter from n friend in the middle wost lie says Wo Jmvo 1800 persons in jail Among them are 78 Not ono of these is Italian Your police records testify to the good conduct of my countrymen The Black Hand society is by no means a powerful as is imagined in some It seems to have in Sicily and whenever one or two Sicilians desire to levy blackmail they write n letter and place upon it tho insignia of the Black Hand Tho criminals of other countries have taken of tho discredit which this practice has thrown upon Italians and use the insignia in their thus evading suspicion You may be certain there is no largo and society There are small groups of swindlers who should bo caught and punished A society known as Tim White Hand has just been formed in Chicago It Sicilians and its purpose is to hunt down all persons in Black Hand work Starve GetWell By PBOF ANDREW WILSON Enillih ScleatliU F Problems That Italy Seeks to Help Solve Ihiladglphia England prosperously immigrants Practically immigrants agricultural agricultural congregated especially Slciljn mentThe distribution immigrants Naturally mediately suggestion government steamships thoroughly lawabiding foreigners organisation quarters originntotl advantage generally communications powerful comprises relentlessly engaging and I cannot say that I find myself in sym pathywith the theory that fasting is likely to prove a kind of panacea for nil or most of the ills to which flesh is heir All the same the ideas advanced by Jlr Here ward Carrington an American author and put in book form may not convince but they will afford food for reflection if he will pardon this expression regarding a work in which the claims of the stomach seem to be discounted everywhere and appetite is regarded possibly as a remnant of original physiological sin Jlr Carringtons first point is the utility of fasting as a mode of diseaseeuro his second being the idea that human vitality docs not bear the intimate relation to food which is taught us as a stable doctrine not only by orthodox science but appar ently also by the common experience of life Mr Carrington knows he will be regarded by scientists as a Don Quixote for he admits his position will be regarded at first tight as revolutionary or even absurd He attempts to overthrow the doctrine that we derive our strength and energ which last is the power of doing work from the food we cat and in so doing he knows he attacks one of tho fundamental postulates of scienceNow against this idea to start with let us see what facts are arrayed First there is the complex apparatus we call the digestive system ranging- m its items from teeth to stomach and from salivary glands to sweetbread md liver ostensibly provided unless we labor under some hideous mis inception for the preparation and assimilation of the food we consume Following on this is an absorbent system which conveys tho assimilated food to the blood Add to this that an intricate apparatus also exists for the manufacture of chemical juices whose purpose is that of altering the foods so as to present them to the blood in a state adapted to renew and repair the losses which that fluid is continually suffering and we surely have plain grounds for scientifically believing that ifa man does not cat he cannot live and that it is out of his fond he obtains the wherewithal first to build and repair his body and second to supply it with the power of doingwork lake the matter from tho reverse standpoint Mr Carrington ad mits the phenomena of starvation Well beyond a certain point what must happen if fooddeprivation continues Clearly the bodys energy will diminish and neither brain cc11 nor heartmuscle nor any other item of our economy will be able adequately to discharge the functions they are intended to perform It is not advisable that readers should be disturbed in their conceptions of the rights and wrongs of the case by having the phrase vital force drawn like a red herring across the truck of the ar gument Vital force is another word for life and we only know life by what it does and by what it needs for its support If Mr Carringlon implies only he goes much farther that life can be supported on niich less food than is commonly supposed to be necessary and that encrgaD be developed on less nourishment than is regarded zs essential he wit receive a large amount of support from science FLEET REACHES HONOLULU DATTLESHIPS ENTER HARDOR OF THE ISLAND CAPITAL Welcomed by Thoutandi Entire Run from San Francisco Was Pleasant and Uneventful Honolulu Tho Atlantic battleship fleet arrived here at noon Thursday My universal consent the day was made a complete holiday nil business being suspended and thousands ol people from tho different Islands ol tho territory assembled on Diamond Head and other heights and points ol vantage southeast of this city to view the approach of the armada Early In the morning tho crowds be- gat scrambling up tho bluffs to catch the first sight of smoke above tho southeastern horizon and the first re alization of tho long cherlahed hope carne at 730 In tho morning when a message came from tho leper settle ment on tho Island of Molokal that the fleet had been sighted there steaming In line of squadron formation at a speed of ten knots An overcast eMy prevented the watchers near hejo from seeing far out to sen but the pa tlence of the lookouts was rewarded by tho appearance of the Connecti cut off the entrance to the channel at noonDuring tho entire run to Honolulu the fleet experienced pleasant weather and smooth seas For two hours or more dally except on Sunday the fleet had tactical evolutions and at tho same time routine drills wero carried on No noteworthy Incidents occurred on the entire voyage and as a mat ter of fact this the first leg of a long cruise was rather more uneventful than usual The fleet never had to stop or slow down nor did any of the ships have to fallout of formation through accidents to steering gear The health of tho crews has been very good and there have been no deaths or serious accidents since lear ing San Francisco Tho Nebraska which was left behind when tho fleet sailed from tho Golden Gate on account of scarlet fever cases among her crew overtook tho fleet at C30 a m Wednesday THOMAS D JORDAN DEAD Indicted Ex Comptroller of the Equlta ble Expires Suddenly New York Thomas D Jordan for merly comptroller of the Equitable Lifo Assurance society dropped dad of heart disease Into Tuesday after noon In tho Wan street station of tli subway Mr Jordan had parted from his son Frank n Jordan only a moment before and a rawwoflger over took the young man on tIle street and Informed him of his fathers death It was In the course of the Armstrong committee Insurance Investigation that Mr Jordans name came prom- Inently before the public It was brought out then that Comptroller Jordan had secured loons aggregating 085000 for himself and James W Alexander former president of tho Equitable from tho Mercantile Trust company and that these loans had been covered up on the books of the company This IGSGOOO came to be known as tho yellow dog fund As a result of tho disclosures the grand jury found 18 Indictments for forgery and ono for perjury against Jordan Only recently Mr Jordan ap peared before Justice Qoff to plead not guilty to the Indictments His trial was set for the fall TRAIN HURLED INTO DITCH White Mountain Express Wrecked One Woman Being Killed Greenwich Conn Ono woman was killed two were perhaps mor tally injured and nearly a dozen persons were seriously hurt when the White Mountain Express of tho New York Now Haven Hartford rail road was wrecked 100 feet west of the station here at 920 oclock Thursday morning Spreading rails caused the ten car train to leave tho tracks while It was crossing a bridge over Steam boat road and five of tho passenger coaches Including four Pullmans were hurled Into a ditch where they collapsed like paper boxes That so tow of tho ISO passengers were killed or injured seems little short of mlracu lops as tho train was going CO miles an hour Plan to Help Illinois Blind Springfield JIJ Tho state board of public charities at a meeting Thursday authorized the appoIntment- of a commission by President Ullllngs of tho board to ascertain the number- of blind In the state and to formulate plans for the employment of the adult blind and for Improving the efficiency of the state care In other particulars J M Greene Dies Suddenly Chamberlain S DJ M Greene formerly Republican national committeeman the foremost citizen of Cham berlaln was found dead In his bed here Wednesday supposedly of heart disease Eulenburg Too Sick for Trial Berlin The trial of Prince Philip lu Eulenburg on charges of perjury in Connection with the court scandals of ast year was Indefinitely suspended Friday because the prince Is in a half lying condition Actors Son May Be an M P Plymouth Eog Waldorf Astor the eldest son of William Waldorf Astor was chosen Friday night as conserva tlve candidate for member of parlla meat from Plymouth at tho next ceo era election A POLITE BOY Case Where He Carried Out His In structions Too Literally A small boy whoso chief fault was that ha would Interrupt his elders had been repeatedly corrected by be ing told dally that ho should say At your convenience mamma I have something to tell you His sister List Cipriani relates In A Tuscan Childhood the results which ensued from tho care with which ho followed Instructions In one instance One day toward the end of tho sea son my mother had taken Ritchie and ma to tho baths at Leghorn Tho baths are built on piers and rotundas Into the sea Wo have no tide at Leg horn and those piers are connected by bridges Before the autumn storms begin the boards are taken away so that only two long wooden beams and the railings remain There was absolutely no danger in walking across those bridges on the beams as we could have all neces sary support from the railings and It was great fun I had crossed ono of those bridges quite a distance from where my moth er and some friends were sitting When I started to return I forgot that the boards had been taken away and walked splash into the sea IUtchle who was standing by me The express waiting for Its to to order the on his pan at of taking tho slightest con cern of what would happen to me rapidly crossed the bridge and ran to my mother Taking off his cap the little fellow stood politely beside her some waiting till she had finished a rather long story she was Just telling Then ho said Mamma at convenience have something to toll you What Is It t said my mothr ap- provIngly for she her efforts were being rewarded Mamma at convenience Llsi has fallen Into tho water What exclaimed my mother jumping up Has any one pulled butt I dont know Ritchie very politely but I didnt Interrupt story and she can swim GOING TO SCHOOL IN BURMAH Stir the Princes of the Realm Made and how They Met It Shorly after the native college was opened Rangoon the head Rev Dr irks says In the Church Family Papcl that tho king of Utirmah cameo him and asked if ho loach sumo of his sons When be agreed the king asked What ages do you like them attoO 12 to Hi Tho king turned to one of his as sistants and commanded all my sons and 14 to mo Nine princes came In Four earns tj tho next day each riding An elephant and with two golden Umbrellas Each also was escorted by 4R soldiers Afterward the whole nlno came So there were princes elephants IB golden umbrella and 360 soldiers Unllkt JUry4 Jamb Dr says the elephants stayed outsldo but when tho princes came Into the schoolroom nil the other boys throw themselves flat down with their facts to tutu groundIt was forbidden for any ono to stand or sit in tho presence of thu princesDr found this state of things very inconvenient and put the mat ter to the princes They the situation over and made up their minds what to do You fellows mayget up one ot tho princes said You need not bo frightenedAfter that says Dr Marks we had very little difficulty on tho scorn of ntiquctto The king took tho greatest Internet in tho education of his sorts and they wore among the most diligent and af fectionate pupils lover hud EXPERIMENT IN DYNAMICS What You Can Get a Spool of Cotton to Oo 0A most Interesting experiment can be made a half cmptled reel of cotton If such a reel be placed tn a a I The Demonstration table with a length of cotton coming from the under aIde and If the cottnu be pulled gently as shown the ac companying drawing It might bo supposed that tbo thread would unwind from the reel causing the latter to roll away from the hand The oppo site effect however Is produced THE FAST PONDTOPAN EXPRESS ROAD I 1 finny passenger give the order start 2 The given the key of engine released and the train started I3 The fish Journey from pond to 4 The landing panLondon SketchInstead for time your I appreciated that your her said your Which In would From Tiring between 12 school nine nine links talked with In tho reel rolls toward handpulls tho thread winding up tho latter as It comes tho reel traveling at si greater tate than the pulling hand CURIOUS OPTICAL ILLUSION A Case Where the Eye Cannot d Be Trusted At first sight It appears that the lines A and II would not join correctly to 0 and D without deviating from their proper course am so not form is perfect arch This Is not so bow ever says the Strand Magazine for It Looks Are Deceitful the Jlneq are continued they will meet at the points for which they were Intended The Difference QWhat Is the difference between a biggame hunter antitreo i AOne shoo 1 bears aad the other bears fcliooU LURED TO A DESOLATE SP01 WOMAN SLAIN WITH BULLET ANC DODY THROWN UNDER THE WHEELS OF A TRAIN DAUGHTER WOUNDED IDENTIFIES BODY After Countrymen Flnd Her at Doo- rstepCoueln and Fiance of the Young Beauty li Sought By the Police Now York July QIn a dark lonely spot clono to tho llttlo station ol HoaliFllo park 1C miles northwest ol Jersey City on tho New York Sunquo llama Western railroad a train crow nt 2 oolock Sunday morning found tho mangled body of a richly dressed mlddlo ned woman I Apparently uho had boon killed by nu earlier train Tho only strango fea taro of tho Incident appearing then was that In tho woman clonched flat was 1200 In Ocnnnn bank note Seven hours later when tho body lend been taken to tho moruo nt JJIdgowood a handiomo girl of 20 led by n resident of the countryside nt whoso doorstep oho had fainted stag gored Into tho place bleeding from three bullut wounds Sho Identified tho woman as her mother and told tho authorities of a desperate attack In which tho elder woman had boon raurdorvd and she lienolt wounded and started them to work on one of tho strangest myste Trios of recent years A closer examination of tho body Bjpwcd n bullet wound through tho hoart which hitherto had been concealed by IU mangled condl tlonTho daughter added tho Information that the 200 in Gorman money was only the remainder of 2000 tho hal ance In American notollwhlcn the mother bad been carrying The victim it Will learned tbon was Sin Ottllllo Bbcrhard 1 wealthy res- ltInt of Vienna who had been In thus country only since met Thursday The gtrl was Mies OVllllle UlMthiin who had accompanied her mother from Austria They had been taken to ih deaolate spot where the mothers body WM fewd by August Bberhard the girls J5year lJ cousin whom eke lioii crossed tbo some to wed Just what took place there tho girl did wet know At sa height of a thunder and 1IabIMlIttC storm when they whrn walk lag slag the track UM nwUw sank crylMK TY beeR struck by light rung Tbm tbers was ptaial Wring vaguely UHf IIrl ptdurvd three men as 11PheoiHiin AHgusL see fire any of the chote though abe knew IM bad n kwded revolver In him pocket j Ho ran away from her toward the plan wbrnen tho spurts of flnmo had appeared That was the Inst seen of August I Search wee Immediately made for the missing cousin when tho police learned of his connection with the i oCUSo nut ho Will not found either In New Jersey or In this city where forI years ho had JlvelIAUSTRALIANS Prepare an Elaborate Proaram For Entertainment of Our Fleet Melbourne Australia July OThe American fleet will probably follow the regular mall route from Honolulu tt Sydney but Pogo I ago the harbor and coaling station In the Samoan group will not bo touched by tho bat tleships Only somo of tho Sleet auxll lance will stop thereIAdtni Sporrys command Is duo nt Auckland August 10 and U to spend days with tho Now calandora 41four duo at Sydnor August 20 where 1L will stay a week On August 29 It will reach hero for another weeks so journ nnd oij September G It will leave for Manila stopping at Albany only long enough for coal On July 10 Vlco Adm Sir Richard Poorc commander In chief of tho Aus tralian station will leave Sydney for Suva capital of tho FIJI Islands which Ito closo to tho routo of tho Americans nnd thence ho will intercept them with two British warships and officially greet them prior to their reaching Now Zealand An elaborate program for their entertainment In thu Anti podes is provided for A Suicide Record Plttsburg July 20 Between July 8 and 18 in thin city 15 persona com twitted sulcldo and six attempted tc do so Some of tho six may die The cause Four because of grief tout illness two had suffered financial ro verses and tho others wero despond ent Squelched By Rains Portland Mo July 20 Drenching showers have put a stop to the great fires which havo wrought great dam ago in tho Maine woods during the last two weeks Tho loss it is believed will reach 500000 Union Labors Protest Washington July 20JI1S Mclvor secretary of tho Building Trades coun ell has cabled a protest to England because nonunion men are permitted to work on the repairs of the loco British embassy OOTINQ AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES ENGLISH FAIR PLAY A MYTH TUG OF WAR TEAM VIOLATES RULES OF THE CONTEST Men Wear Steel Shod Shoes Amer Kane Retire After Making Pro teat That Is Not Allowed londonA serious controversy has arisen between tho American athletes and the British Olympic association The Americans chief causo of com plaint Is tho arbitrary manner In which their protest against the tift grandly unfair method of conducting tho lugof war was dismissed Every unprejudiced spectator present at Fridays meeting was convinced that the Americans wero justified in refus ing to go on with that event The United Kingdom hud three teams entered In tho tug ot war mado up of tho police of tho city of London Liverpool and tho metropolitan forces Tho drawings brought tho American and Liverpool teams Into tho arena first Tho American team complied with tho rule which says No competitor shall wear prepared boots or shots or boots or shoes with any projecting nails tips sprigs points hollows or projections of any kindThe Liverpool police appeared In enormous shoes which had stool rims around tho heels Tho Americans pulled under protest and making lit tie effort and then filed a formal pro teat which was Ignored In the soml final in the fancy div- Ing competition George W Galdalk of the Chicago Athletic association won his heat by a handsome margin Ho scored 880 while Zurner of Germany was second with SS8 As was expected C M Daniels of the Now York Athletic club won his boat In the fleet round of tho 100 owner swim his time 10844 bo lag several seconds below that of the winner of another heat The heat winners In this contest Included II J llepuer of the Illinois Athletic club and L 0 Web Drookllno Swimming club London Thursday was Americas day In tho Olympic sports at the stadium both big events which reached tho finals throwing tho ills cue free style nnd putting the shot being carried off by Martin J SherIdan- pf tho IrishAmerican Athletic club and Ralph Rose of tho Olympic club San Francisco respectively London The gold medals went Great Britain Franco and Sweden tho winners of tho finals of Wednesdays events at the Olympic games Great Britain was a double winner and France and Sweden each secured one first WOMAN FASTS FIFTYSIX DAYS Remarkable Efforts of Mrs John F Dletz of Wisconsin Winter WisMrs John Diets wife of the famous defender of Cam eron dam has just finished a fast of t1 days Not only does sho know no ill effects of this worlds recordbreak ing effort but oho probably owes her life to It She underwent tho trying ordeal to euro appendicitis and ac cording to her husband she has suc corded Mrs Diets has just concluded a 56daya fast pad now Is free of all pain declared Mr Dletr She lost CO or 60 pounds in weight but she will soon regain that Sho was unable to Ret a doctor be cause of tho legal war that has been waged against Diets for flvo years Dicta has not been arrested during all that time although all tho court machinery of the state was invoked Shrines Select Louisville St Paul Minn The Imperial Coun ell of tho Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of tho Mystic Shrlno Wednesday elect cd officers headed by E I Alderman Marlon la as Imperial potentate and decided to hold the conclave of 1909 in Louisville Ky Four cities were contestants for tho gathering of next year Seattle Ixjulsvlllo Atlantic City and Detroit The matter was referred to a committee which reported In favor of Louisville Double Shooting Two Dying New Yorkis the result of a double shooting in Jersey City N J Friday night Mrs Harriet Brannnn and J Martin Tilton ore In tho city hospital with wounds which will prob ibly prove fatal in oath case Each accuses tho other of shooting and then attempting suicide Lightning Kills Two Boys Dayton OClydo Zar aged 20 and Walter Cowltr aged H wero killed jy lightning on a farm near Vandalla Friday ALABAMA TROOPS CALLED OUT Strike Situation Is Serious Fatal Con flirt at Adamtvllle Birmingham Ala While tho reports concerning tho strike situation are greatly exaggerated there was sufficient cause for alarm to Induce Gov Comer to order tho mllltla of the district to sleep on their arms and remain In rcaJtncsa for an emergency callFriday GOT Comer together with Sheriff Hlgdon and a number of dep I uties made an automobile tour of the strike district So impressed was the governor with the seriousness of the strike situation that on his return to Birmingham three local companies of militia were ordered under arms A mixed company numbering 100 men went to Adamsvlllo where Friday afternoon an engagement between strike sympathizers and deputies took place In which one deputy was killed Montgomery Ala Troop D of the First squadron Alabama cavalry which has been in camp hero partici pating In tho practice shoot received orders Friday afternoon to report in Birmingham to Sheriff Hlgdon The troops left Montgomery on an early train Saturday DANKER ZOTTI ARRESTED New Yorker Arraigned on Charge of Grand Larceny Now York Frank Zottl head of tho banking Institution of Frank Zottl Sc Co on Greenwich street which wont Into tho hands of n receiver on Wednesday was taken into custody Friday and arraigned be fore Magistrate Corrigan on a charge of grand larceny Tho banker was remanded to the Tombs under 25000 ball for examination Tho specific charge against Zottl according to the affidavit of the police is that ho failed to forward to But garia 226 given him by a customer of tho bank Detective McConvllle In tho affidavit adds to the specified charge that ho had been given to understand that the defendant had withhold other monies amounting to more than 1100000 Tho banker de claret ho was tho victim of a plot to ruin him Ho said that three Pitts burg men had started tho trouble which resulted in a receiver being appointed for his bank recently HISTORIC BUILDING BURNS Structure In Which First Volunteer for Civil War Enlisted St Paul MlnDDy tho burning of n onestory framo Building at Market and Third streets tbo structure In which the first volunteer for tho union rales enlisted In 1861 was destroyed Tho building was erected In 1857 When President Lincoln Issued his call for volunteers Gov Alexander Ramsey of Minnesota who was tber In Washington was accorded the Vlv Iego of offering tho first regiment Immediately a recruiting once oar opened In the building that was burned and within a few minutes Charles Elchlcr enlisted MERCHANT CALLED FIREBUG Owner of Fond du Lao Store Arrested on Arson Charge Fond du Lac WleOn complaint of State Fire Marshal T M Pur tell Isaac rtosenblatt manager and part owner of the Fair store one of tho largest dry goods stores In Fond du Lac was arrested on the charge of arson Friday afternoon It is alleged that he set fire to his store on the morning of July 13 When Rosenblatt was arraigned in court he waived examination and tho case was adjourned until July 24 Dall was fixed At 5000 Follows His Sister tt Death Plttsburg Pa William Mofflt of Slstenjvllle W Va who came here to attend tho funeral of his sister who committed suicide Tuesday ended his own life In a manner1 almost identical with that employed by tho young woman Blaze Causes 350000 Loss Everett PaA flro believed to havo been of incendiary origin destroyed the main building of tho Elk Taming company of this place Tho lose on tho buildings machinery and stock is estimated at 350000 Persian Rebels Sack Tabriz Tabriz Persia The revolutionist muted Rnchln Khans horsemen who ate out of ammunition and have fled Tae revolutionists have gained con trol of tho town and are sacking tho houses of officials EVI CHAFIN NAMED CHICAGO LAWYER HEADS THE NATIONAL DRY TICKET CHOSEN ON THIRD BALLOT Prof A S Watkins of Ohio Is Put Up for VicePresident at Columbu- sConventionPlatform Is Short Columbus aFor president Eugene W Chnfln Chicago for vicepresident Prof Aaron S Watkins Ada O The above ticket was nominated Thursday by the Prohibitionist nation al convention both men being chosen unanimously The full Indorsement of tho convention was not however given to Mr Chafln until after three ballots had been taken On tho first two ballots Mr Chafln did not show a great amount of strength receiving but 195 out of 1083 votes on the first and 376 out of 1087 bn the second ballot Ills nomination was practically assured however when tho roll call began for the third ballot His own state which bad voted largely for Daniel 11 Sheen of PeorIa end the New York delegation followed those of Indiana and Wisconsin 1b1 over to Mr Chafin and on tho ballot he received a total of 636 votes The strongest competitor of Mr Chafln was Rev William D Pal more of St Louis who received 274 votes on the first ballot and 418 on the socqnd and a comparatively small vote after it was evident that tho nomination of Mr Chafln could not bo prevented Palmore Refuses Second Place Tho convention np to this time bad run smoothly and without the slight est friction It was declued to make Mr Palmore the vicepresidential nom Ineo and ho was named by acclama tion He declined to accept the office howbvcr and persisted In his attitude despite tho strong urgings of his friends Tho convention finding itself confronted with the necessity of nam ing another vicepresidential candl date and many of tho delegates being anxious to catch the early night trains for their homes became involved In a deep parliamentary tangle The rules wero several times suspended and tho suspensions Immediately revoked Vl nally It was decided that Prof Wat kins should be named by acclamation There was no opposition to him at the moment and Chairman Scanlon was on the verge of declaring Prof Watkins tbe nominee when delegates In various parts of the hall broke In with a flood of motions counter mo Ions amendments and suspensions of the rules Watkins on First Ballot An extended debate followed which finally resulted In the restoration of the rules and a ballot for the vice presidency Three men wero named Prof Wntklns T B Domarco of Ken Lucky and Charles S Holler of Indl ana The ballot resulted In the nom nation of Prof Watkins by an over whelming majority and ho was Immediately thereafter upon motion of the Kentucky delegates made tho unanimous choice of the convention Doth tho presidential and vicepresi dential nominees are candidates for governor In their respective states on the Prohibition tickets Eugeno W Chafln who feads the Prohibition party this year Is an at torney residing In Chicago Ho is a native of Waukesha county WIs and for some years practiced law there Tbo forenoon session of the conven tion was devoted to the discussion and adoption of a platform which Is probably the shortest on record containing not more than 350 words RETURNS TO HIS PRISON CELL Escaped Prisoner Gives Himself Up at Indiana Penitentiary Michigan City IndThomas McCarthy aged 40 years for whoso cape tho warden of Indiana state prison hero has had a reward standing for three years returned to prison Tuesday evening voluntarily and gave himself up with the prospect of SOrT ing 12 more years unless the governor or parole board should release him soonerIn McCarthy escaped after hav ing been paroled Ho went to tho Pa cine coast and after leading a pre ccrlous existence ho joined the Sal vation Army at Yakima Wash His conscience troubled him and after be had earned enough money ho started back to prison paying all his own ex penses St Pauls Population 225300 St Paul MlnnSt Paul on June- I 1905 had a population of 225SOO recording to tho now city directory for this year which will soon bo ready for distribution This estimate Is based on an Increase of 12568 names In tho 1908 directory over that of 1905 when the stato census thawed St Paul to have a population jf 197025 Mr Cortetyou on Vacation Washington Secretary Qortelyou and family loft Thursday for Hunting ton Long Island where they will spend tho warm season During his thsenco Assistant Secretary L A oolldgo will bo acting secretary Mores Murder a Soldier Washington Another murder has teen reported to the war department torn the Philippines Gen Weston In l cablegram reports that Albert L Jurlelgh company C Eighteenth entry was murdered by Mores 1 Kentucky GleanipgsJMoat Important News Gathered From All I of the State PartI ENJOINED EQUITY BUSTERS Injunction Issued Against Buying or Selling of Pooled Tobacco Lexington KyOn petition of the Fayette county board of control of the burley tobacco branch of the Society of Equity Judge Parker In the circuit court granted a tcraporaiy in junction against B O Dlncler and ILK Combs Tie order prevents Din cler from Belling and Combs from buy Ing a halt Inturest in a 14acro crop ot tobacco which the plaintiffs allege has been pooled The case will be heard July 25 The claim Is made that buyers of tobacco commonly designated as Eqlty busters arc operating among dissatisfied tenants in Fayetto and adjoining counties and that they have been able to purchase within the last 20 days nearly 1000000 pounds of the weed The plan is to offer Equity I riccs aud in some instances it is said more on condition that tho owner of the tobacco can secure a release I from tho pool On ono pretext and another it is alleged such releases havo been secured and turned over to the busters BREAKING DOWN Is Beech Hargis Slayer of His Father and Special Court Is Asked Jackson Ky Beech Hargls await ing trial for tho murder of hIs father Judge James HargIs is breaking down in health In jail and a special term of court may be called soon to prevent serious consequences Ills relatives have appealed to tho circuit judge and commonwealths at torney to give him either a qulqk trial or allow ball but so far no action has been taken The regular term of Breatbltt circuit court begins the first Monday in Au gust but it will require several weeks to dispose of the docket Childs Illness Secures Fathers Release Lexington KyWm Spinier for merly cashier for the Lexington Brew ing Co and indicted on a charge of embezzling funds of that concern left a free man to return to his wife and eight children one of whom la dan gerously ill In Chicago Common wealths Attorney Allen after looking Into the records of the case nn nounced to Judge Parker that he did not believe n conviction possible and recommended that tho case be dis missed Warned of Death Paducah KyIf B Bennett who was whipped with thorn switches by night riders at Dycusburg a few months ago has been warned that he will bo killed within two weeks The information was conveyed to him by a young woman Bennett stated that ho had been sleeping In the woods ever pmco ho was whipped Ho says it would bo dangerous for him to remain at homo at night Tho night riders havo ruined him financially Uncle Sam Is Generous Louisville Ky Louisville Is the first city whero tho government has given permission for use of grounds contiguous to public buildings for park purposes The largo lot next to tho custom house in the center of tho city will be made into a park by tho Out door Art league and the Commercial club Big Increase In School Census Frankfort Ky From tho preliminary estimate made by Superintendent of Public Instruction J G Crabbo of tho school census in Kentucky this year a total of 750000 children Is shown as against 734000 for last year The school per capita this year will bo 345 as against 340 last year Powers To Address Chautauqua Lexington KyIt was announced here that Caleb Powers will deliver his first lecture at Elgin Oil Chau tauqua The subject will be Right Upon tho Scaffpld Wrong Upon the Throne which was suggested by Maj W C Owens closing words in a speech in Powers defense Farmer Institute Closes Bardwoll KyThe Carlisle County Farmers Institute under the direc tion of the state agricultural department closed n successful session here C M Hanna G P Rogers John A McCluro and Prof Roberts represented tho state department There were ulso several local speakers SeptemherlFrankfort tho memory of the late Gov William I Gocbcl will be unveiled in this city some tlmo in September The Gbobel monument commission of which SIn ator James B McCrcary Is chairman met hero for tho purpose of determin ing tho time of tbo ceremony Company Frankfort liyThe Indian OH Re fining Co of Georgetown won a vin alllegedFrankfort Distillery Co dlsralssln its 25000 damage action Wants 10000 Damage Lexington KyA suit for S10G01 damages was filed In tho Circuit court by Mrs C V Grlbbln against J w1 Jones n contractor Mrs OrlbWn alleges thatJones has made statements derogatory to her character WEAPON THAT FELLED RIVAL At Church Door Exploded and Later Wounded His Brother Glasgow Ky Haden James shot and fatally wounded Clydo Ballard at a camp meeting four miles from hero on tho L N pike The trouble J arose over Ballard trying o persuade a young lady whom James had ac j companied to the meeting to let him r see her home The shooting occurred just as tho congregation was leaving the grounds and created n panic Ballard was shot in the breast and will die lames went to the home ot his parents and while showing how the shooting was done the pistol which was thought to be empty exploded and Sam James a brother was shot in the breast Both victims are still alive but no hope is entertained for the recovery of either It is feared that the doublettragedy will unbalance James mind NEARLY ONETHIRD I Of the Applications For Renewal of License At Louisville Protested Louisville Ky Written protests against granting renewal of licenses toI200 of tho 700 applicants to sell liquor will be flied before the license board The protests will bo based upon the fact that the parties objected to hl1vsIbeen convicted of somo offense or other during the past five years Also protests will bo filed against men whoso places of business are too near churches or where there are too many saloons in a precinct Chief of Police Haager has filed affi davits in support of remonstrances against sixteen saloons alleged to Lo disorderly houses Fruit Trees Ruined by Fire Newport KyA fire which started In the dry grass in the orchard on tho farm of Henry Farney near Cold spring east of here destroyed nearly a hundred fruit trees and caused a loss of several hundred dollars An em ploye on the farm accidentally dropped a lighted match in tbe grass and be cause of the drought tho grass ignited and the fire rapidly spread over the entire orchard before tho flames could bo checkedtProminent Young Woman Dead Glasgow KyMrs A W Allen of this place received a telephone mes sago from Bakerton Ky announcing tho sudden death of her neice Mrs Marsh Dillon a prominent young ma tron of that place Mrs Dillon Is survived by her husband and ono son Contractors Hold Over Frankfort KyTho printing con tract muddlo which has put the print ing commission to much trouble since the republicans came into once has been straightened out and all con tractors will hold until January 1909 when new contracts will be lot Fees Were Illegal London Ky Judge H C Faulkner has given judgment for Laurel county against F P Elliott for 1200 The action had been brought to recover for the county fees paid Elliott in his term as county clerk They were held to bo excessive end illegal Prison Clerk Resigns Frankfort KyO W Rowland ot Cynthlaha chief clerk at the local penitentiary who confessed to the prison commissioners that he was short in his accounts in the convict fund has handed In his resignation It will be accepted Store At Beattyvule Burns Beattyvllle KyAnearly morning fire destroyed the storehouse of Jas Brandenburg Loss 3500 insurance 3000 Brandenburg had n narrow escape from death haYIng to jump from the secondstory window of the burn ing building Motorman Electrocuted London Ky Wiley Jones motor man touched in uncovered and highly charged trolley wIre and was instantly killed Jones served in the army In tbe Philippines and was n motorman i In San Francisco at tho time of this earthquake Succumbs To Operation Lexington Kyorlando I Cox cousin of Lieut Coy Cox died nt Mays vile following an operation of trepan ping of the skull Ills skull was crush ed when ho was caught in a gasoline I engine belt and hurled against the mo chiller No Criminal Intent Frankfort KyOov Willson granted I a pardon to A C Pollock sent to tho penitentiary from Mcnefce county on a charge of detaining the daughter of the sheriff He claimed that bit had no criminal Intentions Alleged Murderer Jailed Lexington KyWm Kenton who murdered his son lnlaw Henry Kator In Madison county while Kalor was walking with Ills wife and children several weeks ago was captured la the mountains of Estlll county Hotelkeeper Shot Carlisle KEd Lester ot Carlisle a hotel keeper was shot by Henry I Dell Bell and C C Dunn were attempting to arrest Lester for 1ak t legcd violation of tho local optlo lows Lester will reCOferIi Jf plftii tAbrBuAot1011isiaaiG oiCioNtrtimllCft DyrrltritltiL 1 c I East Kentucky Correspondence 1 0 t News You Get Nowhere Else a I A No corrtijwtdeBc pabUihcd nulMt ilct In lull by the writer Tnt name V li ut for publication Dot al all entices ef px 4 tun Writ pUiily 0I s nnDoaotInoootDOOOOOODO3w MADISON COUNTY 1110 HIM Big Hill July OWe had a good ruin recently Rebecca Castes on tit His pike was shocked by lIght Flag which struck a trot near her he e She wa unconscious for quite a iXn Linda Aabill ie 1117- a1 at thH Umfps Amanda c v is very poorly at present V a rroxva went TO Maltory Springe S Mr and Mr+ Phillip Hayea f rred quite a number of friends 8 i lyJ G Harrison and family v i relalve at this place Jut- S I Julia Jebnsou It visiting n ves here ESTILL COUNTY 1OCV rmANcn us BrnEch July OTl1e Rev v k pr of urea began a revival Ip iiR at Beaver Pond chureh 3t 13 which will continue until Wuesday night Bro Winkler J bt t honored with the largest crowd th ha beer at Beaver Pond since Oi Sunday School convention Mrs M Hudson and Vela of B fa have been visiting relaUvesI at Looist Branch the past week V Scary Barker and daughter F nce of Mlddletown e0 have re ted lo Red Lick Miss Alma L dor leaves today on a visit with h sister Mrs Oriy Henderson cf L slIleMiS May Kindred of lhisI with Mr4 Dr Coonp if is staying Eliu Reed and el f Speedwtll g of MilUrs Creek are visiting A Iud Mrs Elias Biker of this Blcknell of a Miss Cynthia B son 111 I home againIT Len Lau of Cow ruok la visiting hi father J A Bicknell of thi- i1 p ie were pleated to have Ibe K b ilk sirgen with us Sunday FOX July18People are lejoio j x ilL ovei the much needed rain that Monday and Tuesday Crops Cjoe lw k much letter The following commenced Monday schoolslltTrlcc with Robt Christ Al xandtr district gler teacher Cobb district with teacber and theWoodMi s Llllle Brgie district with Leoda Alexander teacher Wm Black ol Berea and hurley Hllsle of Waco are buying vleinlty O W Pow hcj in our pH is out this week electioneering ariing the boys Mr Powell thinks sheriff of Estlll County Ill will be next and we hope poGeo French of terea passed thru our town a few Lightning killed a pair cfIdays attn yearling mules for G W Powell firr Stirling filly for John Harris ru tontlyA protracted meeting will commence at Bethel church near here rn Wednesday night before the mdI n cnday in August MUses May r Uiia Curtis Mr Robert Shearer lit- nI Mr Jesse Richardson and ton attended church at Antloc Sunday Mired Johnson is suffering with a very soere rising on his kneeJ- A Johitsori went to Ford to close a d al on renting property near thera frr the year 19Q9Squlrell M proughtca near Waco is suffering with tontlUtis but is improving a lit tip now Uncle Henry Pearson of lwmid h very ill with rhel1m- aUIUJlillper Coyle a life long crlp tp near Duluth passed from his lisp on the 17 Consumption was the trouble Interment was in the old nJUnl lick cemetery C H Click ttfcUidnlends at Kerby Knob the mh CLAY COUNT VINE Vine July 1C Everybody is busy working in the stave woodsJohn Iiece is wearing a smile over a fine giilVe had a good rain in this neighborhood last weekW M Fer I guson and wife of Lincoln County t ate vlfltlng friends and relatives t at this place this week The school or Chestnut Branch commenced non nay with MJfcs Brlgmaa as teac- horB j P Djwney and wife are very happy over a fine girl Andy Burns of near Vina started for London last Friday tr see his parents Miss Lucy Wilson visited Florence Burns lest Sunday night 11UUJJ1NO SPRINGS Burning Springs July 1TThe pea pIt of Clay end Laurel Counties are to have a trolley line built connecting East Bernstaflt and Manchester The road has beer surveyed and now parties are securing the right of way One of the power houses will be in this piece near the gas well Theo pMIs Jewell announces the birth of a second daughter Dr Hornsby reports ninny cases of typhoid fever in different localities The disease So1ems to bs more prevalent on lower S xtonrA young child of Columbus Thompson is very n with typhoid u tIi o L J also Win Noc Mary Clarkston li U aching on Horse CreokThe i ub 1c schools of this place opened last Monday with one hundred twentyfive pupil with Lee Jonei as principal James Jawed intermediate teacher and MUs Hasgen the primary Instruc tor Several parties have been In toi lately looking for suitable hai- rhHLMn Tankorsly of Oneida Ulted to r dlaughter yrs Henry H6rnab Dr O O Maggnrtl the dentist will be at home until Ss- temberRebecca Smith has gone to Qntlda when she will remain until the opening of Brea ColUgo which she will attend again Ritef Boggs was a welcomo visitor again this vrMk wrong his many fritttds hereTI- Surtay School of this town steadily increases in numbers and interest The Y P S C E which WM recent ly organised hllli a very interacting mcetlnc lest Sunday night The 10 olrty meet regularly each Sunday at seven p mUn Johnson of Jackson County will prttth here the night of the fourth Sunday of inch urcnCh Tbe Baptists hold service the thlml Sunday of each month ATIIOL Athol July SO Clifton Gross and Lillian Callaban were quietly married at Beftttyville July f Mr Gross has returned to Buokhoin where he is rpgagwi in the goods baslness Clay htai Wilson and brother John have recently gone to Wisconsin Can Lynch and Mandy Vlros were quietly marrPU at hr fathps the past week Henry Jtronson who has been clerking in Swell Faullys store at Jackecn has recently returned home rUkr fires has been visiting her mother at Torrent the past week There Is a wube prospect for ctops here this year than last The Mill Branch school began July 13 with Mlas Sarah Strong as teacher Sun lay School at Long Shoal is progreee ing nicely with large attendance Bertie Gabbard is low with typhoid A Sunday School excursion went to Natural Bridge last Saturday Twin Creek school began last Monday horning with W M Bowman as Utchor Gov Wlllson went thru hue last Wednesday going to Punch eu Camp to speak at the dedication of a college JACKSON COUNTY irriiKL Ethel July II1We had a good rob here the lth uhlch war needed very badly Mrm James MetcaU and son Leighton visited Etbl last woek Sunday School was organized at lUng oains Chapel tat Sunday with Mtae Mary Wee a euperlntenteat School began July 6 at this place with Mis- siate Wilson teacher We are glad lo have Dike Wilson with us again this fall Ruma Clay was the wIt come pMt of H H Rice Sunday night Sure making Is nil the go 1n- Ls community Mary Rice slated tattle Dally Sunday afternoon LIi zle Bishop of Choitnutburg Is declin ing in health She has dropey Ben WIt Reese and wife are moving to Woodbine Wo are sorry to see Mr Reese leaveR P Marcum and Arch ilarcum have gone to London on bus itssW D Smith is very ill at thin Urneo W Honwby is teach IDS a singlnfc school at Fogertown Vlcses Mary Hornsby and Blva Toun sul visited relatives on Briary Branch Saturdaj Charlie Sizemore was the welcome guext of Miss Daisy Marcum Sunday Gas Lansford and wife and two daughters who have been visiting their daughter Mrs Bishop for someone have returned to their home in Clorerbottom Llsh Rich was on Sextons Creek on business Wednes rAndf Tlncher of Parrot visit ed at his cousins Mr Martha Rices Vtdnerday night Sunday is our reg ular church time at Blnghams Chapel Mr Andy Rollins attended church at Saddler Sunday Henry Rice and Miss Laura Chestnut were visiting nightweek rOXTOWN Foxtown July 14 Thos Lakes has taken a job hauling staves for Cincinnati Cooperage Co on Delilah Lakes tractSand Spring school Iwgan yesterday with Alfred Moore teacher from Mauldon Mr Moore gave his pupils and patrons a nice If cture on evening school This is Mr Moores third term as teacher at that placeSchool opened yesterday at Pond school house with Miss Rob- Inson from Gray Hawk as teacher Born on July 9th to the wife of N J Coyle a girl There was a social ghen at the home of J C Isaacs lout night A31 report a fine time Addle Isaacs is staying with Mrs I N J CoyleJ I Cox eloped with Miss Margaret Isaacs ou Sunday la- The patents do not know whero thoy have soueC aL Russel and Thos Cox visited Jas Nunns Sunday Air and Mrs AUx Blanton from South Fork visited at N J Coylos Sun day Peopltiltare about thru with their crops It this vicinit- yTrEiL Tyner July 1QWe had the best needed rain at this place today School at this place will begin next Monday the SO with C P Moore M teeherJohn Moore called on J S Moore at Mildred Monday hut Thoe Urn rll of Olin attctceo the Demo IUc convention at Denver COlo- rado inet week and has returned home Slnglpg ie progressing nicely at TynetC P Moore called on Jacob Moore Sunday lat Juan Tcwlee bas returned from Owen County J J Dunlgan made a w Incas trip to HeMteburg Tuesday We wilt haw a hot race In this dis trict for trustee R B Reynolds and Jcltn Moore candidates both have lots of friends The singing school will close nut Sunday week Geo MiUer Feint teacher Tbe people at Orfenhall want Mr Miller to teach K singing school for them The schools in this part have all com menced witfy a good attendances Wt hope all the people will renew their subscription for the Cittien baa muck Interesting news and It tells alt out home news urULEY Hurler Jcly 17our school is progressing nicely the attendance be log very good Sorvieoe were held at this Plato Saturday and Sunday Miwes Llszlo and Lucy Roberts vis Ufd their cousin Mrs Catherine Shepherd Saturday and attended church at Friendship Sunday Mr Winston Malicoot died Monday of CAReer He had been a sufferer for Mime time HIA remains were laid to rest in the Roberta gravoynrd Mrs Pateetluo Gabbard hae been visiting her daughter Mrs Grover Gabbard wbii is very sick Juke Gabbard Jr Is working for Wesley AngstSvr- ut have been busily engspl pick InK blackberries this week- IllIVUTT Privet July 18We had a good rain last night and It was very bad ly neededWithout plenty of rain there wont be much corn raised in tbitt community Our school begins July 28 W K Jones Is teacher wo vvihh him good success In teaching We are glad to say that Miss Maggie Welch Is improving She is con templating commencing school Mon day We with her good health We arc sony to hear of the deaths of Alert Andersen wife and little son J C Miller has declared himself candidate for Aseeeeor We would be glad for everybody to come out and vote for him tot he to dtoaWed for manual labor and tic place will ult hhadin Jane Hamilton is on tie tick list this WHkW G Ham ilton sad wife idled their brother G W Moore this week Mica Lou Bullock Is letting A J Hamilton 11 yeekRIIKIASTLE C8UBTY- UAUII1V Osulcy July 9LWe are luvtag ems very heavy reins In this pert Ponder to in CorWn this week rMr and Mrs J C Bullock went to Altamont last Friday to sec their SHtghter Mrt Win McDaniel A J Sams and son have opened up tholr saw mill for the fall and summer Xre Nan Kelly returned Sunday froui an extended visit near Roblnet Pled and frank Ponder were with their father H S Ponder Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jas Bond of Weaver arc visiting the formers mother Mrs Mary Bond- mSlUTANTA Dlsputanta July OWe are hav ing a nice Sunday gchool at Clear Creek with a large attendance Mr atd Ms L F RowWt visited Mr and Mtv J B Simpson of Paint Lick Sunday night Mr and Mrs 0 V Owing were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wesley Abney Sunday Willie Gadd was the guest of his cousin Bertha Rowlutt Sunday evening Mrs E J Hewlett who has been sick for some time is better now Mi 8 Ettella White visited Mrs Alice SundayIlow with consumption la no better 11 E Gadd has ordered a moving picture machine Mr and Mrs Jno Waddl of Madison County visited Mr and Mrs Huston Rowlett Sun day Thomat Wren of Boone attend ed Sunday School et Clear Creek Sunday evening Rev Mr Brydnt tilled lit appointment at Macedonia Sunday GOOCHLAHD- Goocnland July 18 There WAS prtachug at the U N B Church Sunday Dr Jones atttnded church at Cornth the lathMr and Mrs John Phillips visited lose Anglin anil family Sunday Most all people are thru with their corn Homer PhHIpe and Vm Jones attended church et Pltio Grove last Sunday Chas Jones of Viva is among friends at DoublelloK Rev Dr Jonos will punch at Sycamore Sunday J J White of Manchester passed thru on his way homo from oulsvlllo He male an interostluc speech in Goochlnud in behalf of TartJaele srn Jones wu in Wlldlo Monday Btrt Phillips and Wm Jones caine ntar being drowned while taming from Pino Gross Friday night Jonoa Allen cf Roblnet was in our midst last kJar1s Carrier was In buying cattle this wtofc sleromo Cox h04 bought a yoko ot cattle from Tom Johnson uooxr July SO Author the it IDooDe of Mrs HaW Ooylo li at preeent Dr CDraellHs of Bert wa4 called to attend he little suture late Sunday night Rev W X Bryant ft none Wallace Un addressed the people at Falrrh church Sunday evening Jas Lam bert went to Brodhud one day hut wtek Mlec Nettle Oltfaam of near this place went to Wlldle Sunday vhere she b engaged a a tbacher Settle Poyhter of this place win teach school near Clear Creek Ber tha Rich of Kockfont visited friends at this place fcunday CIUIAX- Cllauix Jnly 9M Wo are having mine pteMHint weather at preeent and farmers are neatly thru with their crone folk gone to cross tie making Sattuday and Sunday ere regular ohBreb days at the X H U church Sendees were eendueted 1r Rev D Parker WllMp Foray the Rally R m nail Charley P reythe at loitded church at New Mope Sunday U S G Yor and Isaac Rector are tugging a webMr and Mrs Joist DaKer are reJotclBg over the arrival a fine boy la their family Praak faker baa gone to Straight Creek to work for the Dig Hill Coal eone tUg Hill Coal Co to moving nway the feet of their property at Joha ana this weekiiouiMfr nobtrct July 18A heavy rain Ml hero Frtouy night B Bliss and family visited BMhu Roberts Saturday night and Sunday Sid Mar tin retaraea hone host Kvergreen ktdrdaMaU1s Deea of this place M vtottlMg htr many frlewk at line Grove this wwekFaary DiekeoM ten Wt wuek fie Lexlagtoa Oeo M Lake ot Loam left the Uth toe Lon don to enlist In the navy W K Allen was In Cincinnati and Lee rag lest week on business Liszt kyle of Ml Vermin la vtotttag rinds amt relative here Linda Italian to teaching our school this Uim amt to doing pIework OWSLEY COUNTY VOORST- VONCBNT Oweley Vincent July 17Pbe conttnued Aiovth will en corn short The far lAra ot our vicinity are thru makin- iyrTbeU majority of schools ot OWl ley began July 1It II Venabte u on Island Creek Sunday Min ttr Day of Brake vtelM T B Ven atle Monday night Jams snag the wool man was in Vincent thto wukJ a Botaer wat at Beatty Isle on bMlneM Tuseday Sunday School at Vincent la progressing ales lyW wero glad to see a numb r cf Berea visitors In attendance at our teacher Inititutc The school at Necdmorc Is progressing nicely nt repent with W H Venable as teac- harV C HDmlllon has purchased a tine saddle horse from Burgoyno Daniel Turner will Botnor for 200 from Vincent trBuck HOI n move Citek We ore sorry tn have him l Iwo usJ B Scott and Andy enable were the guest ot rule Timer Sunday Wm Hamilton vis tied Sylvester Isaacs Sunday and reports a goof time Rolo Vcnablo and Bnrgoyne Botoer were the guess of J L Isaacs Saturday night TIIAVELIKRH IIE8T Travelers Rest July 17 Dry weather is a general complaint in tula vicinity The Owsley County Teachers Institute convened last wtek July Cll at Boonevllle and was ono of note It was conducted by Prof S R Eubank J L Wilson WPB in our town tolay on business J B Banks has sold his new resl dfcco to H H Newman Mlllard Botner will erect n new dwelling on Smith Street immediately Robert Kldd from Madison County is visit ing friends in and around Travelers Rest tncle Bob will find a warm welcome lu every homo at this place Most all the schools of Owsley op ere July 13Owlnr to the good Beivlceg tendered by W H Vcnablo s t Vincent in 1906 the board sought his services again and Mr Venable Ugan tchool Monday July 13 with the usual good attendance Taulby Smith of Banford was in town Satur day on business Mrs John Cecil aid Mrs S F Caudell are visiting relatives at Banford this week Po eidoad oql eAjea oj flU Mon ij pun 0101 illm SIJS u pal to SUit wt I20II School opnnod at Elk Llek with Palmer Scott as teacher ISLAND CITY Island Cy July 1iPramhave all completed tthelr corn cropt and aw laboring In their meadows School opened July IS at Oak Grove with 77 in attendance P M Frvo and J F Brewer are teachers Daniel Bowman and wife of Berea visited G J Gentry Friday nail S- iurdnyW B Roberto O W Carl and Dr Petermaa of lllake have bright the property et D n Moore and are going late the merehandlM bashers Lucinda Anderson and Tttal hirt Hamilton of Duck Creek wore married at tie home of the bride Walter the little son of Joseph Bur cNb U qalte ill with fevrAa In Unstlig airmen wa preached Sunday at saddier by Rev Metcalf with Urge attend nee Jessie Holbrook of Jack son Ccpnt wan In Island City toI dGrant Taylor recently moved Ir the MOM Mathers dwelling near Island City Jamee Wrod of Jason County vltited Island City today n B Peters and A I Bowman are candidates for school trustees In the Eighteenth District Judge Urewer s at Boonevllle this weekW U Gentry who served three years la the army ha recrlvd a pension of eight dollars rev month and un for jmet ervlce 0 W Hunter ot Clay County was on IstaM Creek today en tam ineec I KENTUCKIAN IN HIGH PLACE From The Tlnsel Washing July M KeiitMky wver had a bigger man IB twbtto life perhaps than OIL WUNam L Marakait who laM alt ben aMMtat ed chief of engineer to s ecee4 Oea A MeKeMle retired U to perfectly proper to sly that there are several lttofUlatterOIL Marshall WM torn down in the inurgraee la 1W8 WItea atxteen TonthXDt1ldr creditIfas4 gnaoated at the hid of his class la liM He was assigned tills nape of engineers which billet to given the five cadeto who lead the balance of their daw In 1907 he reached the grade of Colonel HU aptolnteeat to be chief of onglaeera rrli with It the grads of brigadier Gen Marshall boa served as n tractor at West Point and led sent rnl exploring expeditions In the then br West He dtotovored gold IB the celebrated Sw Miguel batln In Cal frala now called Varehall lush In his icnor sad discovered the Mar shall pan thra the Rocklea Vmong the engiaerlng operattona to hit credit are leveea on the Muss Mlppl the Htnaeptn Canal of which I he war chief engineer Improvises of Lak MUblgan harbors and ot the harbor at New York on whirl 11k has U now engaged Ooh Mar shall Is enamored of the latter wort and he acrepUd promotion to ohtof of engiaeen oa eoadlrton that he shouW be allowed to spend Friday and Saturday of each week la Non YfcKk superintending the dcepoatag rid widening of Ambrose channel which be propoees to sire ft depth ot forth fit and a width of 1000 feit President Roosevelt came near to riving Gen Marshall out of the army by that order which directed that all officers who were not able to take the horsemanship test should be e tlrrd CoL Marshall prepared to send In his resignation and would have done so had not the President been induced to modify the order so- ba to allow officers physically unqual idod to ride horseback to be assigned to work whorl riding would not b s necessary F1SIIIN lS GOOD Bluebirds arc asingln Thru the sunny hours Zephyr are nbrlngln Sweet perfume of flowers Leaves are all astirrin- Whlsperln with the breeze Birds are bulldln castles In the murmurln trees Bees are all nkltln Hone to th comb Fish are all nbltln In the little creek at home LHlles are agrowi On lie shady edge Water is aflowlnf Past a money ledger its tiny billows Streaks of silvery white- stl thr pussy willows Rippling with delight Bhady rapids lighten With tho cnowffMto foam Fish are all ublfr- lu the little Utah p home I iibleu K try MonlhI MOTHERS DAUGHTER Younc people who delight in Bin Ill tell you what Ive lately seen A poor ungodly woman dlo Who aatt in hell she soon would lie Chorus lOb tho downward road is crowded Crowded crowded Oh tho downward Road Is crowded with unbelieving evil She daneed and played her days away And still put off her lying day Alas dear friends my days are spent Hc too late for mo to repent Om Friday morning sun took sick Her stubborn heart began to break Her parents shed many a tear This daughter to them was so dear j i She called her mother to her bed And these her dying words she wild When I am deed romimbor well Your wicked daughter screams in hell She called tier father to her bed And these her dying words she said When I am dead remember well Your wicked daughter screams In hell I The tears are lost you shod for me Dry soul to lost 1 plainly see- The flames of wrath Logan to roll- And Yam gene a ruined soul Ok mother mother faro you well Oh father father faro you well Tour wicked daughter screams In hell She gnawed her tongue before the died And moaned and sissies and screened sad tried Oil mist I burn forever evermore Till uoewaad thousand years or raorerThug who do Might the Lcrt Take warning by mr dylag words Yea say teMpt theea hwrahig flawte AiUMWga 1 an damned IB then burn log Asmi MAY A GIRL WORK HBU WAX THItOUail COLLIKJU Umltwbltdiy it to possible for a girl tu work Let way through colics writes Margnrct B Sangrter In the October WOlD all Homo Companion it she have exceptional brain power excepUonalItask without pecuniary aid from nyII tie to sure of having the ye qulflte capital and ot being able to stand the strain ot a long hard and wearisome pull Girls have done thU Irk are doing It now and girl wtl continue to do Il but the race U en j limbered by heavy weights and the rowing to up streams In college there are many opening far earning Money and It zany be re irked that nobody leas eaetn or 1 treated with oosdsaeeodon berans sho to frankly poor A girl with a knack or sewing may use her noeHl allfdfnlI mazy ahn rank rhlrt wntots trim bats mend sineklnrj sew on buttnnn repair skirts and do a number of useful things that will help hor along In n Western college I mot several thlripaint by tak jlng hold In short of anything that of ferert whether It was hard or wy In this particular college the expenses wrro bees than In more luxurlmis In tltntlnns In the last and 1 almost thought that the students hid a more Insatiate love for learning and I had seen elsewhere VHI5 BARN IN THK RAIN rev bnrn and draggled meadow nitirrrd green of grass and leaves Tl1 sky an awful shadow Per or her pray taco weaves TJ rain with silver threads puddlelintWhere the cold cattle huddle I Then oh the haymow soft And deep and dark and warm On sweet hay plied 111 oCt While overhead the Storm Sweeps the wet shingles drips Al eaves makes music wild W1 listen the soul slips d Years back and Is a child Bomehcw aa at the start We turn from Lifes hot foam Got In the Worlds warm heart Yea make Kartho heart our home And lie there warm secure Yea us a child of five Heart cleansed serene and pure And glad to be alive James Oppenhelm In Womans Hcme Companion for August