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I I I I IBEREA JffJOIUOKATJnJ PUDLISHINO CO TaNLU non Iaanatar- 13hrtd III tit 100jkJI nl hfflJ Ay III lbadt- GI ud Ztit- eritttO eeoEeoSOSNe6 of X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 30 1808 One Dollar a year No NEWS Of WEEP Olympic Games Over Big Snako Killed with a Jug Dynamltlnc Fish Fatal OLYMPIC GAMES OVER The Olympic games were brought to at titt in Englard Saturday They had been in progress for somo month with the skill and agility of B num br of countries brought together ti btrugglc for tho laurels Tho told presented to the sun mtdals wero cewful competitors by Queen Alexan drift Die crowds have attended reg uibily and great Inteitst Was man Itetted In tbo ancient sports In all the ovents from tho beginning1 Unit ed Klnjdora ct England stands 88 America 22 Sweden 7 France 4 Itw gary 3 But for the last three weeks In really athletic contests Am erica wan easily In the lead DIG SNAKE The largest snake ever brought to the United States was brought on the Hudson steamer Friday The snake was brought from Biupnporc India by Captain C U IVnton It weighs 112 pounds and II thirty feet three Inches long It la Ullcvtd that Captain Fenlon wilt put It In Bronx Zoo Garden KILLED WITH JUGVol Stone sad CIm Thomson both of Eton bcamo involved In a fight late Sat urday afternoon at n picnic two nles from Temple Hill and Stone struck Thomason on the head with a gallon Jug from the effects of which Ttoma on died Sunday morning lit 5 oclock When Stone heard his Tktlm was dead ho telephoned the officers that he was ready to mr render Boll are from prominent futnlllw but were drinking at the time of the FISH FATALLY IN JUIIBD John Bridges aged fifty fir wealthy and prominent farmer of Beckton was fatally hurt Sunday ircrnlnc on Barren river where he and a party of friends were fishing by the cxploilnn of two sticks ol dynamite Both of Bridges eyes TV ic bcwn out his left arm blown ort besides many other Injuries He cuiiot recover Other members of the parry wire Injured but not seriously They were dynamiting for fish at the time of the Occident IMMENSK FINE REVERSED Ire United States Court of Appeals reversed the case of the Government against tho Standard Oil Co of In diana Ir which Judge Landls In tho divtrlct court Imposed a fine of S40000 against the Standard Oil Co It Is true that It Is a fine and a very btavy one too but Judge CrtMCU snyct that the fine should halo boon based on the settlement Utwcen the railroad and oil company Of these there were thirtyfive and the maximum fine would be 720WO and minimum 136000 the greater of which la far from twentynine mill tons The government has thirty days to ask for a rehearing HREATENS MOTHER John A VatsRenblaer son of lira John King VauRerslaer and a member of one ot New York oldest families was anested on charge of attempted x ttrtlon He wrote his mother a let a tr telling her he would blow her brad oil If she did not give him 5000 Ho fculd that Thaw came out all right anl hp would kill her and do the same Continual en Fourth rage i THE CITIZEN 1 o S r Devoted to the Interests the Mountain People t ITHE trouble- DYNAMITING i POLITICAL NOTES Bryan or TaftTaft Notified Mac Democratic Chairman Gov Hughes to Run BRYAN OR TAFT William H Hearst may be able to elect Bryan or Taft because as leader of the Independence Party ho holds the balance of power This li HcarsVt first appearance in the large arena but ho has figured very conspicuous ly In State and Municipal politics In New York As Democratic candidate for Governor ot New York ho forced the Republicans to nominate tho best roan they had to hoop the state from going Democratic Ho ran for Mayor of New York on the Indepen dente ticket snowing the Republican uiider and coming a Democrat tee ond to McClellan Ilk followers have carried Brooklyn and Long Iilar City TAFT NOTIFIED Tho official nttltlcatlon of Wm II Taft that ht has tern nominated for president by vba ncLUbllrsu party took plaec Tntiday In hU brother home In Cincinnati The Important feature of the occasion was his speech ol acceptance In which he gave hit slew of the platforms ot the two lUel and of the itsuos of the cam xitin Mr Taft summarized the sib Nation by say tig that the real Issue was the carrying out of Pros Iloose vcUs policies and the completing of Ida work In regard to the correction tt the abuses which have grown up In the buslnrrc world and tho estab lulling of refutations which will pro fret the people and tho country Rpslnst sueh tblngs In future He raid that whllw all recognize the ev Ili It is the plan as it has been the roiloy of the Ilepubllennt to cornet too ev1h In such a way as not to ounce any unnecessary injury to the iwuintM of the country and as to pr mote the general proiperlty while tbo Democratic platform demands In rttnd toe destruction of the business rnlth voulil bring hard times and great Buttering The great work f the text administration Mr TaU said will be to provide machinery for tarrying out the new laws which the been established In principle tat have not yet been made effective Tu do this he advocated more power for the InterState Commerce Com mhslon a reorganization of the Cabinet Departments which have Ufttllngi with the business of the country a new currency law additional officers or courts ta deal with attain forms of business and prob ably a Federal incorporation law of come kind Mr Tan views on oth er subjects wero expressed clearly and well but ties subjects are of lens Importance MACK DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN lion Norman E Mack of Buffalo New Yrk after a seven hours con fcjenco with W J Bryan and J W Kern was unanimously elected Chair nun of tbb Democratic National Committee in Chicago Mr Bryan lave hIs hearty support only after W J Conner Stato Chairman and Utas E Murphy Tammany Hall lender bad yielded their personal desires for his election Mr Con nm has been a competitor of Mr Mack for tIlA leadership of Erie Ouiily but at the request ot Mr Bryan the sty was made clear an- dCtlnd Fourth rtjel The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds 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 admisaiou ticket or each two 25 cent admission tickets will be entitled to a guess on the total paid attendance nt the Madison County Fair op Tuesday and Wednesday the first two days of the fair To the guessing the exact paid attendance or the closest to the exact paid attendance of both days will be awarded a Runabout ruber tire strictly highclass and valued at 11500 Only those who pay for tickets the first day will be given a guess free the announcement of the 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 tho Driving Wagon should be inducement enough Remember the Fair dates Tuesday Wednesday Thursday andFriday August 18 19 20 and 21 1908 GOOD SCHOOL TRUSTEES There will be held on Sntun district in the state an election fOI While these men will have nothit present term it will be their duty and the success of the improveuu their ability and faithfulness Under the new law each counl districts and each district Is divh bout the same as the old districts in a district form the district boartJ the schools iu the district and the form the county board having aut guther these county and district be give the county and the different Each trustee will have part of tbat ue of the education in your home tees you and your neighbors elect Every good citizens first du and there is nothing so import Capital that is invested in brains girl with an education has a fa without The better the educe girl will have and the more useful be There are very few children t most of them the country school is a bad one or none at all must be The trustees will have it in th goodchance or a poor one If tithe children will have a much bettl better and will take them less time ier and better conditions than if th- or even corrupt as some have beet of the spending of the school fund well as the care ot school buildiu viding of the necessary materia other things It is easy to see tha good intentions but good judgnu schools need Every citizen has a duty to Saturday and every man who is a thru his vote for the welfare of tbl met but of all the other districts er which each trustee has in the di man who has no children but is Inl people has a duty in this election should vote for the man who will I thing he can do iu the same time neglecting this duty will be wort the rest of the community as his CI good trustee IN OUR OWN STATE Three Depots Burned To Pool Hay F J Cambill Dead Free Public Library THRBE DEPOTS BURNED Thre depots of tho Illinois Central Rail road CI word burned In Western Kentucky Wednesday night The be hat Is that this Is part of an organ ized and determined effort which will be made to get rid ot soldiers Jn that part of the State The depots woe on the line of Trlgg and Caldwell counties and tlie responsibility ts place on the night riders The railroads troubles are believed to hate been caused by the fact that thty let the soldiers camp on its property In Caldwell County No aid was asked for but It was learned that Gov Willson will take any ncces saiy step to protect property In Western Kentucky there are now enough troops to handle most any situation ant no more soldiers are neededTO POOL lIAYA movement Is said to be on foot to pool tho hay rep of Central Kentucky on a plan similar to that on which the Equity has bear pooling the Burly tobacco The project is said to have originated In Fayctto County A prominent man heretofore disinterested In the tobac co pooling hA been asked to be pres SIlent ot the proposed organization As to the outcome of the scheme it remain to be seen whether it will provo u menace to the peaco and prosperity of the State or whether It will be able to control in any meas uro thn prlco cm the output of bay In Kentucky F J CAMBELL DEAD F J Cambell editor of the Somerset Jour nat and one of the best known newspaper met In Kentucky died at Ills homo lu Somerset July 21 aged sixtyfive years Ho la survived by a wife and two children Mr Cam bell was a vtteranot the Union Ar ny but was always an uncornpro uMiln Democrat During the last thiee years of Gov lieckhams ad ministration he was a member of tbe Equalization Board from the Elev enth District FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY Great crowds of reoplc flocked to the Louisville Free Public Library Saturday atoning to view the beautiful build Ing and bear the opening exercises Continued on fourth rage IY afternoon in almost every school r school trustee under the new law U do with the schools during the- o put the law into effect next year l plannedwill depend largely on y is divided into four six or eight tl into subdistricts which are a The trustees from each subdistrict I which will have authority over all chairman of the district boards will uority over the whole county To irds will have it in their power to districts good education or bad Rower and so the success and val ltendslargely on the kind of trus ty is to provide for his children it for them as a goodeducation cannot be lost and the boy or tt better chance in life than one m the better chance the boy or idpleasant his or her life will hat can go away to school and fort o place where a goodeducation rdund sir power to give the children a trustees are the right kind of men t chance their education will be and can study under health- lattrusteesltre careless or inefficient The trustees will have fullcharge acid the employment of teachers as irfthe choice of books and the pro I such as maps blackboards and these men should have not only lj and good knowledge of what for his children in the election Cod neighbor is also responsible children not only of his own dis u the county because of the pow strict andcounty boards Even a- leresled in the welfare of his home Every man should be on hand and lake the best trustee No other hid no money that he can make by f4 much to himself his children or sling an honest and wise vote for a i MURDER AND SUICIDE Thursday morning Phillip Hans Jr shot and killed Arthur Kraft am mortally wounded his wife Mn Pearl Kraft on 1038 East Jacob St Louisville Then after wandering the entire day In the country Hans committed suicide about six miles from Louisville by shooting out his brains Jealousy is said to bo the cuse ot tho double murder Hani being In love with Mrc Kraft She refused to dcserf her husband and go with Hanc and bo said he loved her with such love that he would kU her before he could see her live with some ono else Fraft and lions are each 22 years old and the woman Is 20 years old Kraft and leis wife were on their way to Mrs Krafts mother to spend the day when they were attacked by Hans aho shot them down without warn- Ing Ho then turned to shoot their little child but it fell just In time to escape the bullet Kraft was shot htu tho heart and MM Kraft was hot thru the head but there Is a losslblllty of her getting well Hans Mood horrified for a moment then tcok t6 his heels Friday morning his body was found In a field about six miles from town with n bullet hole thru his head Two letters were found in his pocket one to his mother the other to the world warning younjj men of the lngers ot booze and having any hlag t do with married women In re letter ho said Idle Is but a tine ot cards 1 drew for a queen nd got a bullet aco At the end ho said My name id Dennis aud By address Is his Satanic Majesty lades on tho RIver Styx Hans is a member of a respectable amlly and hud always been wayward craft and lions were both burled in lave Hill Cemetery- KENTUCKY RIVER WORK Lieut Col Warren who has gener AI charge of government work on the J itucky River has made his annual iport which may be summarized M chows Lock and dam No 121he work order contract with tho Ohio River Irntract Company for constructing lhe lock anti dam was In progress luring the year Actual construction vas begun in May and at the close ot the year the land wall of the lock id been completed to an average itlght of 12 feet and excavation for rotectlcn wall on the abutment side vts well under way These expendi I KY is as necessary to the individual farmer tsmall business man as to the railroad or your business to get ahead by buying better and j e t carefully We invite your account tit fi iCornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmore J Moore W T Fish H Porter Chas Burdette I Dean S PER ON i which has ben purchased and paid for is located about three miles be low Willow Shoals Station and at the close of the year plans and specifica tions for the construction of the work were In a state of advancement lock and dam No HThis site which Is located near Heidleburg Kyi hps been purchased and paid for The I preparation oi plans and specificationI for the construction undertaken due to the fact that It was not provided for In any existing legislation A survey party was In the field during the latter part of the year making survey of the prop j frty overflowed by reason of the construction j of locks and dams Nos 1- 0ad t 11 This survey was extended to j aril Included all lauds submerged when tbe river was at pool stage and I also at stages of 5 and 10 feet above I the dam These surveys have wade for tho purpose of i such information and data as was possible for use in the preparation- of I the governments defense sulta that have bern filed for damages duo to this flowagt 1908 CROP REPORT As n o the crops are about made the farmer can tel about what be gcfn have out of his years welt 1 iil taking everything as a whole the crops are far short of M e Su4ts rl I o v Jly Let Your peas Keep Pace With it yAiver i tiring O t 1 Ooe5oaoSoro5oraoso5sp4ia 5 ii h d Berea Bank andITrust i tilM BEREA TBusiness SystemfJsalariedman or plantI tthey CAPITAL 5000000 Surplus 1000br DIRECTORS P J Herndon E Iw CENT INTEREST PAID SAVINGS F 40 0 IL92k beenI to t or Is to miIVol IGET these of previous years There Is a coed corn crop in some portions rt thi Northwest but the other portion is a failure the rainfall In some parts being to great ad to drown it out and further South the drouth was destructive The wheat has been thrashed in Kentucky and judging by the result the average yield vllj be about 15 to 20 bushels which is very poor The binds looked largo but the bead was chaffy and grain smallThe potato crop is small yielding about ISO to 130 bushelsto the acre while there should ba OO bushels The recent rains in Kentucky came toe late to help the potato crop be tauce they were about madd and the drouth had cut them short almost halfSome tobacco was saved by the rain but some was almost totally ruined by the continued drouth and the remaining tobacco land was planted in something else Cats are very poor The stalks areas a rule short too short In many places for harvesting and they did not bend up evenly Many of the ont heads are but partly filled out with small grain Weeds which have grown slow or account of the dry weather are beginning to grow now that the ground Is wet The only reason assignable for the shortage in crops is the long cold spring and Ictk of rains In the right time asatassssnrgU RESOLVED THAI You WILL BE TAKEN OFFj YOUR FEET WHEN YOU SEETHE BARGAINS OFFERI o rne e ert ttea ra 17 TAKEN OTFY P1eT A BARGAIN MEANS A GAIN FOR YOU IF YOU HAVE NOTICED OUR FRONT DOOR YOU HAVE SEEN MANY PEOPLE GOING AWAY WITH BIG FAT BUNDLES UNDER THEIR ARMS THIS MEANs THAT THEY FIND THINGS IN OUR STORE THEY WOULD RATHER HAVE THAN THEIR MONEY I AND IT MEANJ THAT THOSE WHO COME TO OUR STORE FIND THAT WE BACK UP WITH OUR GooDS WHAT WE sAY ON PAPER SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON COME AND SE- ECOYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr GetMore w4Mt yl I BOB llMtPTO of PLACER JdANI9ll PlIIRiSfIAUT OPI llfJfKRIrf lA51ll Ilfdftltlrmir llloTa ILOWIrffC Rio XJ1 ISa AN1ftr lrr1 T d RI SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In from Fort Btthuno trapped by Pantry In a narrow them who Introduces hlmsfllC by the name of also Olllls the poet trader and hIs daughter amis and po majority of the soldiers are killed dur Ing a three days siege Hampton and the ctrl only escape from the Indians They fall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry Brant In command and them Hampton and the stop at the Miners Homo In Hempton lathe Kid She shows him eets picture and tells him what she can bf her parentage and life They decide she live with Mrs Herndon NaIda the Kid runs away from Mrs Herndons load rejoins Hampton He Inducea her to to to have nothing more to do gajneofthat he has quit and then leaves Glen paid Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In Olenceld to teach Its first school Miss Spencer meets Nalda Itev Wynkoop etc She boards at Mrs Herndons Nalda and Lieut Brant again meet without his knowing who she la She Informs Mm of the coming Bachelor club ball In Wnor of Miss Lieut Brant NIts Silent Murphy Cutters scout He sports trouble brewing among the Sioux Social difficulties arise at the Bachelor clubs ball among the admirers of Miss Bpencer Lieut Brant meeta Miss Spen her but she Is not his acquaintance of the Hay before She tells him of Naida and- e accidentally meets her again aa he Is turning to the ballroom with a fan for tflsa Spencer Brant accompanies Nalda Some tronf the dance On the way she storms him as to who she Is and that he Is to meet Hampton Brant and Hampton meet Hampton Informs the leutenant that his attentions to Nalda nust cease and proclaims an authority rrer her that Justifies the statement rant tells Hampton or the presence of lent MXirphy and of the fact that Ited lavln receives government messages form Miss Spencer called on Bob Hamp Do Tells him of a redfaced stranger ilstaklng her for NalUa Brent Interviews Red Blavln Kinds that he Is an ex trooper In the Seventh cavalry It was lavlns and Murphys testimony that acre than ten years before had convicted tobert Nolan then a captain In the Sev nth of the murder of Maj Brant Sr ampton attempts to force a confession from Blavln Blavln Insists It Is Murphy 1 e wants and IUrphthad left In a scume Blavln Is knlto thrust Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a hill and defend themselves Mob lights tire to burn them out Brant tells Nalda that he loves her She tells him there Is an Insurmountable barrier between them but that she does not fully understand It Brant and his troop rescues Hampton and Mason from the area set by the mob Brant carries the unconscious gambler through the lines of tire CHAPTER XXIIContlnued I really would enjoy accommodat ing you Cotton ho said coolly feel ing much more at case but I never fight personal battles with such fel lows as you And now you other men it Is about time you woke up to the facts of this matter A couple of hundred of you chasing after two men one an officer of the law doing his sworn duty and the other innocent of any crime I should Imagine you would feel proud of your Job Innocent Hell That is what I said You fellows have gone off halfcockeda mob gen erally does Both Miss Spencer and Mr Wynkoop state positively that they saw the real murderer of Red Slavln end It was not Bob Hampton The men were impressed by his evi dent earnestness his unquestioned ouragoSovcral voices spoko almost At once Is that right T Oh say I saw the fellow with his bund on the knife After we git the chap well give them people a chance to tell what they know BrantY keenly attentive ears heard tho farot chug of numerous horses foot I rather think you will ho said confidently his voice ringing out with sudden authority f Ho stepped back lifted a silver whistle to his lips and sounded one harp clear note There was a crow ing thunder of hoofs a quick manly cheer a crashing through the underbrush and a squad of eager troopers glowingInloping up the elope swinging out Into lino as they advanced their carbines gleaming In the sunlight It was prettily sharply performed and their omcers face brightened Very nicely done Watson ho said to tho expectant eergeaut De ploy your men to loft and right and clear out those shooters Make a I djob of It but no tIring unless you have to The troopers went at it as it they enjoyed tho task forcing their restive horses through the thickets anti roughly handling more than ono who ventured to question their authority Yet tho work was over in less tlm than It takes to toll tho dlMomfltou regulators driven pellmell down tro liUl and back Into tho town tho eager cavalrymen halting only at the con Land of tho buglo Burnt confident of his first sergeant in such cmergeu crt merely paused long enough to watch the men deploy and then prcls ed straight up tho hill aloiiD and on foot That danger to tho besieged was yet Imminent was very evident The block spiral of smoke had become c on enveloping cloud uprooting rapidly in both directions front Its original startingpoint Ho arrived finally where the ground was charred black and covered with wood ashes 4W1 hOt uad r foot and smoking but he pressed upward sheltering his eyes with uplifted arm and seeking passage where tho scarcity of under brush rendered the zone of fire less Impassable He could see scarcely three yards In adranco but to the rear the narrow lane of retreat remained open Standing there as though In the mouth of a furnace the red flames scorching his face Brant hollowed his hands for a call Hampton Tho word rang out over the Infernal crackling and roar Ing like the note of a trumpet Ay What is ItT The returning voice was plainly not Hamptons rel- It came from directly In front and not far away Who are you T Is that you Marshall Theta the ticket answered tho voice gruffly an just as full o fight cs ever Brant lifted his jacket to protect his faco from tho scorching heat Thero was certainly no time to lose In any exchange of compllmerts Im Brant lieutenant Seventh cav aIry he cried choking with the thick ening smoke My troop has scatter ed those fellows who were hunting you Ill protect you and your prisoner but youll have to set out of there at once Can you locate me and make a dash for It Wrap your coats around your heads and leave your guns be hindAn Instant he waited for the answer fairly writhing in the intense heat then Mason shouted Hamp tons been shot and Ira winged a lit tie I cant carry him Brant ripped off his jacket wrapped it about his face jammed a handkerchief Into his mouth and with a prayer Line in Ws lieartIleaped forward Into the seemingly fringe of fire in his front down he ran blindly stumbling forward as he struck the oredump and beating out with his hands the sparks that scorched his clothing The smoke appeared to roll higher from the ground here and the coughing soldier crept up beneath It breathing the hot air and feeling as though his entire body were afire Mason his countenance black and un recognizable his shirt soaked with blood peered Into his face Hell aint IU ho sputtered but youre a dandy all right Is Hampton dead- I T reckon not Got hit bad though Brant cast one glance Into the white unconscious of his rival and acted with tho promptness of mil itary training Whip off your shirt Mason and tie it around your fate he commanded Lively now He bound his silk neckerchief across Hamptons mouth and lifted the limp form partially from the ground Help mo to get him up that will do Now keep ot close as you can so as to steady him If I trip fltralght ahead run for Itl They sprang directly Into tho lurid bending low Brants grasping the Inert form across his shoulder They dashed through the black smouldering lane beyond Halfway down this the ground yet hot beneath their foe the vapor tlAInc but wita clearer breaths of air blowing la their races Brant tripped and foil Mason beat out the smouldering sparks In his clothing and assisted him to stagger to his feet onto more Then together they boro him slowly down below tho first flrollne CHAPTER XXIII The Door Closes Totally exhausted tho two men dropped their heavy burden ou the earth Mason swore as tho blood began dripping again from his wound which had been torn In his ef forts to bear Hampton to safety Just below them a mounted trooper caught sight of them and camo forward lie failed to recognlzo his officer In the begrimed person before him until called to attention by the voice of commandSims if there is any water m your canteen hand It over Good bore Marshal use this Now Sims note what I say carefully and dont waste a minute Tell the first sergeant to send a file of men up here with some sort of a litter on the run Then you ride to thQ Herndon housethe yellow the roads fork you ra member and tell Miss Nalda Gulls dont forget the name that Mr Hampton has been seriously wounded and we are taking him to tho hotel Can you remember that Yes air Then off with you and dont spare the horse- Ho was gone Instantly and Brant began bathing the pallid upturned faceYoud better lie down Marshal he commanded Youre pretty weak from loss of blood and I can do all there Is to be done until those fel lows get hero- In 15 minutes they appeared and five minutes later they were tolling slowly down to the valley Brant walk ing beside hla still unconscious rival Here and there down the street but especially about tho steps of the Occl dental were gathered the discomfited vigilantes busily discussing the affair and cursing the watchful silent guard As these caught sight of tho little party approaching there were shouts of derision Tho sight and sound angered Brant Carry Hampton to his room and summon medical attendance at once ho ordered I have a word to say to those fellows Seeing Mr Wynkoop en tho hotel porch Brant said to him Miss Spencer informed me that you saw a IThen Together They BbreHIrri Slowly Down Below the First Fire narrow Head taco There llamas hands lying stumbling afresh house whero man leap from the back window of the Occidental Is that true The missionary nodded Good then come along with me I Intend breaking the back of this lynching business right hero and howlIe strode directly across the street to the steps df the Occidental his clothing scarcely more than smolder Ing raga The crowd stared at him sullenly then suddenly a reaction came and the American spirit of fair play the frontier appreciation of bull dog courage burst forth Into a cone fused murmur that became half a cheer Brant did not mince hjs wordsNow look hero men If you want any more trouble were here to ac commodate you Fighting is our trade and we dont mind working at it But I wish to tell you right now and straight off the handle that you aro simply making a parcel of fools of yourselves Slavln has been killed and nine out of ton among you are secretly glad of It He was a curso to this camp but because some of his friends and croniesthugs gamblers and dive keepers accuso Bob Hampton of having killed him you start in blindly to lynch Hampton never even waiting to find out whether the cbargn in the truth or a lie You act like sheep nut American citizens Now that we have pounded a little sense into some of you perhaps youll listen to the facts and If you must hang somo one put your rope on the right roan Bob Hampton did aft km lt4 Slavln Tho fellow who did kill him climbed out of the back window of the Occidental here and got away while you were chasing the wrong man Mr Wynkoop saw him and M did your school teacher Miss Upon cot Then Wynkoop stepped gamely to the front All that is true moa I havo been trying ever since to toll you but no one would listen Miss Spencer and I both saw the man jump from tho window thero was blood on his right arm and hand He was a mis shapes creature whom neither of ui over saw beoro and he disappeared on a run up that ravine I havo no doubt he was Slavlna murderer Now you follows think that over Bald Brant I Intend to post a guard uptil I find out whether you are going to prove yourselves fools or men but If we call m again those of you who start the trouble can expect to got hurt and pjr for the plpor Thats allIn front of the hotel porch he met his first sergeant conlng out What does the doctor say about JIampton A very bad wound sir but not neo cstarlly fatal he hia regained con scloiuncss Has Miss amis arrived I dont know sir theres a young woman cryln In the parlor Tho lieutenant leaped up tho stops and entered the house But It was Miss Spencer not Naida who sprang to her feet Oh Lleut Brant can it bo trulj you How perfectly awful you look Do you know If Mr Hampton Is really going to diet I came hero just to find out about him and tell Nalda She Is almost frantic poor thing Though Brant doubted Miss Spen cots honesty of statement his reply was direct and unhesitating I am informed that he has a good chance to live and I hue already dispatched word to Miss Gillls regarding his con dition I expect her at any moment How very nice it was of you Oh I trembled so when you first went to face those angry men I dont see how you ever dared do It I did wish that either Mr Moffat or Mr McNeil could have been here to go with you Before Brant could reply his attentive car caught tho sound of a light footstep In the hallway He tact Naida just without pale and tearless Both her hands were extended to him un reservedlyTell will he live The doctor thinks yes Thank God Oh thank Oodl Sho pressed ono hand against bet heart to control Its throbbing You cannot know what this means to me tier eyes seemed now for the first time to mark his own deplorable con dition And ouT You have not been hurt Lleot Brant He smiled back Into her anxious eyes Nothing that soap and water and a few days retirement will not wholly remedy My wounds are en tlrely upon the surface Shall I coo duct you to him Sho bowed apparently forgetful that one of her hands yet remained Imprisoned In his grasp If I may go yet I told Mrs Herndon I should remain here It I could be of the slightest assistance They passed up the staircase tide by side exchanging no further speech Once she glanced furtively at his face but Its very calmness kept the words upon her lips unuttered At the door they encountered Mrs Guffy her hoar est eyes red from weeping This Is Miss Glllls Mrs Guffy err plained Brant She wishes to see Mr Hampton if It is possible Sure an she can thet Hes been asKin after her an thet pretty fact would kapo any man In gud spirits Im thlnkln Step might In miss She hold tho door ajat but Naida paused glancing back at her motionless companion a glint uf unshed tears showing for the first tine in her eyes Are you not coming also No Miss Nalda It is best forma to remain without tut my heart goes with you Then the door closed between then CHAPTER XXIV The Rescue of Miss Spencer While Hampton lingered between Ufo and death assiduously waited upon by both Naida and Mrs Guffy Brant nursed big burns far more serious than he had at first supposed within the sanctity of his tent Glen cold meanwhile recovered from Its mania of lynch law and even began exhibiting some faint nvldonces of shame over what WM to plainly a mistake And the popultco were also beginning to exhibit DO small degree of Interest in the weighty matters which concerned the tautculminallM love affairs of Miss Spencer Almost from her earlltst arrival the extensive cattle and mining interest of the neighborhood became aggres slowly arrayed against each other and now as the fierce personal rivalry between Messrs Moat and McNeil grow more Intense the breach perceptibly widened While the infatua tion of Rev Mr Wynkoop for this same fascinating young lady was plainly to bo seen his chances in the race were not seriously regarded toy the more active partisans upon eithir side Tbo regular patrons of tho Minor Retreat were backing Mr Moffat to e man while thonG claiming N a quar tors at the Occidental were equally ardent In their support of tin pro pecta of Mr McNeil It must Tr coo teased that hiss Spencer flirted outrageously and enjoyed life aa all never had done In the effete east TO BE CONTINUED Many a man thinks ne Is console floes when ba la only MlfouucloM REAM N tI rJORSEIOFALLTIilNG5 I It would give me as much pleasure aj anything I can think of to be able to hand you a sure cure for balkors but I hardly think I have anything new to say on this subject When we come to the genuine Inbred balker wo all have to admit that we are getting pretty close to the high stump My experience Is that the balking vice more than any other requires different handling for each Individual case I have never seen one that could not tx started by some means but when you speak of cure Ill go back and sit down By cure I mean such con rection of the fault that anybody can drive the animal This cannot bo done la all case bccauio as n famous horse trainer has well put It you cant cure all the balky drivers For a striker that will throw him self and refuge to got up liestying Is as good a remedy to apply as ware likely to fled Tie all four feet to gether and then RO and weed the onions or aU down In the shade and rend the news for an hour Two hours racy be necessary In some oases Yams can very near tell when he has given up JIll eyes will beg when you curse near hint It s better Uow vor not to RO near him for threowmrter of an hour He tense have time to gather In the One potato of your argument lie Is ttMlly very particular to keep oo Ills feet after one or two applies tans of this remedy owl the chances are be will not balk at all with you but the next man that Jets him Who knowsThe guy rope works catlifaotorlly In tome eases Tie small rope around the animals neck and tnko half hitch on lower Jaw Lot a good husky man pull steady on thin rolo Ho will start with A lunge and In ninny cases espe cially young horses will give up tho standing habit When other Ideas fall tpld whipping across the note with a light whip will start him 1 have seen uuuuuU u THE AERATION OF DRINKING WATER Dy J W Lawrence Professor Mechanical Engineering Colorado The aeration of water for drinking purposes la not now but Is becoming moro general in various parts of the United States Tho aeration of water prevents stagnation removes disagreeable odors arising from tho decomposition of vegetable matter cud checks the growth of algae There Is disagree ment as to how much oxidation of or game matter takes place but It Is well understood that aeration Is of great benefit to water that Is used for drink- Ing The greater the agitation of the water and the greater tho amount of air passed through It the bettor the wator Sweet water as found in na ture is never chemically pure but con tains more or less foreign matter easily determined by tho chemist Flowing springs and running brooks of this water are pure enough for all purposes anti safe enough for use If not contaminated by the carelessness of man But springs and brooks of pure water are not available to all It Is often necessary to confine water that Is to bo used for drinking pur poses In ponds reservoirs cisterns tanks etc It then becomes stagnant and subject to many contaminating changes This has been known for ages and men have sought to better these condition whore they exist Aeration Is a means whereby a better ment is brought about and there are many ways In which this aeration Is accomplished The old familiar chain pump Is an example the endless chain with Its little bucket passing rapidly through the water creating quite a disturbance and doing its work fairly well The pumping of air Into a cis tern the water of which has become foul because of having stood for some time la another method an air pump forces air to the bottom of the cIa tern where it bubbles up through tho water oxidizing and sweetening It The airlift pump is hulkors go to work like honest men after being driven a whirl by the head and tall trlok Tlo knot In horses tall and loop hnller rope over this a short as iximlblo lot him spin until he gets dizzy unloop halter and turn him the other way I suppose the point Is that anything which will take the ntilmaPs attention from his SlOt Idea constitutes a remedy for the time being I worked ono balker on a mower two or three days by tying his tall to the itnetatrev tight enough to lake part of the stmla After that ho would pull by tho tugs without having his tall tied They certainly tax our Inventive faculties those backers It Is easier to My what not to do with a bftlkor Dont hammer him At soon as you toe your temper and no to clubbing hips you might as well tutus hint out The Rural New Yorker asya that bulky horses are sometime started by clubbing but they always balk larder next time at any sale the majority of them do I think backers are always the result 0 bMBRllH on UM trainers put There are Mtural ImlherV 111 ad salt but the tendency MB be correct by careful baNdlta IN bwmkteK Sell a colt must be gradually worked up to the pulling point lie mast learn to stretch a tug cm a light rig before he Is pal on a load of say triad We hue to study the question from hit standpoint as It were cympathlao with Mm and encourage him Instead ot trying to fosse him too fast You eon get better masks in lees time by put UBK a enlist am lags and lines on him for Instance put n rope In ho tugs and pull back on It while you drive him around the yard than you can by hitching him with a strong horse and dragging and slugging him along the toad When they are dl couraged and sulky It Is n hard matter to make them see any bright side to life In the harness A 1IOKSB WnANGLUIt h UUU ono of the simpler forms of pumps that performs this office and does It quite thoroughly Tho aeration of water Is often performed In a small way but there are many towns and cities of considerable site that are now giving attention to this matter DcKnlb ilL Point Pleas ant W Vn pro two pnclJl frequently hierillOncJ llrockion Man has AH aerating tank 69 feet high and 62 feet In diameter Air Is passed up through the water at Brockton b I means of many perforated pipes Injthe bottom of tho tank Another method Is to cause the tar flowing into a storage reservoirwart projettinging It to mix with the air before It comes to rest In the reservoir There Is a system nt Cambridge Mass which throws the water 40 feet Into the air SILAGE DISTRIBUTOR depthItIsleveledsumclentlytodoing title If the cut corn Is allowed to pile up In tho form of a cone the heavier parts will roll to the outside of the pile and the grain and leaves will not be evenly mixed Invonlldforthe silo but few of them are success dlstrlbulersaisle of two Wards eight or ton Inchw thodlamelerat right angina to form n trough A 12Inch board Is nailed over one end belurloftpended from tho roof with the open side downward and tho closed end toward tho enter or tho silo The open end rests nbovo thn top of tho blower pipe As the cut material leaves the pipe It follows along this trough until It strikes the closed end then It Is scattered about tho silo 1C a little care Is exercised In adjustlbg thin device It will give very good ter tulle Round About the StateWhat Is Going On in Different W Sections of Kentucky WJ PRICE OF BURLEY Will Be Fixed By Samples Despite the Pleas of Growers Lexington Ky Dvsplto the pleas from all over tho white burly district that tho board of control place the prlco for tho 1907 crop in a pool nt 25 cents per pound It was announced hero that this will not bo done Sam pies In aJl grades from every county In the dUtrlct will be secured at WIn- chester by September 1 when tho price will be fixed according to sum plo It Is believed thin prlco will be at least 20 cents per pound Tiero are stout 40000000 pounds In tho iDQi I pool The 1905 qnd 190d crops aro about all sold anil over 1000000 has been dlutrlbuted among the growers I8ALOONISTS WIFE Charged With Attempt to Bribe Alderman With Check PaduCAh Ky Following on ex posure by Alderman W T Millar of r an alleged attempt to brlbo him Mrs Maggie Stephen alto of Philip Stephen a saloon proprietor was arrest ed here Miller claimed that Mrs Stephen called on him twlco In the Interest of her husbands application for a license Tho second time ho said she offered him a slip of paper resembling a check After she left tho alderman claims he found n check on his desk for flOO It being signed by Mrs Stephen Well Known Editor Panes Away Somerset Ky1 J Campbell need CO years editor of the Somerset Jour nal and known through Central Ken tucky died herr The deceased was for tovcrnl years under the adminis tration of Oov Ileckham a member or tho stale board of equalization lie served through tho cUII war on the union side and though his weakened condition lately was duo to that ere ice he would not accept a pension Child Fall From a Dizzy Height Mlddlcsboro JyA fall of perhaps CO tot from the third story of the Dot monlto building resulted only In n cut lip and a slight liruUo on the hood of 2yoanold Plerrlo Krazlor of title city The little one was playing In a room when she fell out of tho window strik tag her bead on tbo asphalt parotlKlnLI Hbo was rendered noon recovered Dr John Howard says theio will be no serious results AfterHim Frankfort JIoulll W Cook n merchant living In this county has requested AdJU Gen Johnston to send soldiers to his houso to protect him from what ho believes it n planned assault on him by tho night riders Cook reported to Qon Johnston that nlcblly his houso Is vlilted by a hand of marauders and he fears that thoyI will whip or duck him Ho Is tobacco grower Complete orNew Gate LoulsYllK Ky Plans fur two nuw lock gates have been completed hero by Assistant United Slates Engineer 8 F Creclllus Tho proposed gates will bo used in the Ioulavlllo and Portland canal and will bo 96 feet In width with GOO feet between the up per and lower gate They will cost about 2000000 Mrs Stephens Missing Paducah Ky Detectives uro search lag for Mrs Magglo Stephens wanted on n charge of attempting to bribe Alderman sillier She Is alleged to have left n heck for UOO on Millers office dosk id the Interest of her bus bands application for a saloon license Jury Finally Obtained d Lexington KyA Jury to try tho I case ot tho commonwealth against Charles J Broiistoii charged with as BHUlling Col W It Mllwnrd with ft revolver was finally secured The testimony ot tho plnlnllff and n portion of that of tho defense has been heard MaeFntLouisville KyAlbert Spies up- I ointed oil Inspector by County Judge Peter qualified Ho Is a fat man and Ida Is u very fat office paying soma times aa lJsh na SOQO His commis sion oxulrcs In 1912 nomination Frankfort Ky Hepresentntlvp Tae T Btiford who represented Jrmklln county at tho lst session of tho gen eral assembly tins announced his candidacy for rcnoinlnatlon Russell Quit the Job Louisville KyIt developed that S Parent Russell of St Louis has resign ed as chief engineer of the water com pany work here He had some friction ot late with President Xorn Murderer a SulcldeT Louisville 1yThe body ot Philip n liens who shot and klllod Arthur W Kraft nnd badly wounded Mrs Kraft was found near the highway n mile from St Matthews a suburb Hans had shot himself through the head Judges Appointed To Hold Court Frankfort iyGov WllUon has pp pointed Judge M C Saufloy of Stan ford to hold court for Judgo Gardner at Salycrsvllte and Judge A H Pat ton of Jackson to boll court at Irvine B tH county for Judge Adams y DOX CAR STATION DESTROYED Temporary Office of Illinois Central Burned By Rider I Hopklnsvllle JyA box car set on a siding at Otter Pond in Caldwcli county by the Illinois Central rail way to bo used D a temporary eta tlon In place of the building destroyed was burned by night riders The peoplo of Otter Pond are ter rorstricken and will give out no fur ther Information over the telephone There aro no telegraph communica tion the wires having been burned Princeton rc arts that Caldwell au thorities will probably appeal to the governor for uoro troops Cano Warders former city marshal of Qrocey won trrcsUtl on a charge cf banding together with ether persons to Intimidate and alarm persons This Is his second arrest tho first be lag on n charge of banding together with other persons to destroy prop erty but both of the warrants are tho result of tho raid on this city on De cember 7 lie Is preparing to give bond WILL DESTROY 40 ILLICIT STILLS Officers Go Into the Mountains to Raid Moonshiner Stonghold noat1trvllloern Kentucky to raid 40 illicit or moonshine distilleries They an Lounco that all will bo destroyed Tho region is almost Inaccessible and no news will likely be had from the revenue men until their return next week to Bonttyvllle or Jackson This Is the most pretentious raid over attempted so far as can bo learned in Kentucky Mays says ho has full knowledge of the location of tho distilleries end anticipates no troubli from tho moonshlners or their friends Wlllions Power Questioned Frankfort IyThe appointment ot J N Johnson polio judge of Law lencoburg by Oov WllUon n the sue cwwor ot the Into Judge Breckncr has stirred up n hornets nest In that city News reached hare that mnndtmui proceedings had been filed against WllUon to compel him to recofcnio Shelby Hahn who Was appointed by tho board of trustees Cow Wlllnon said that he had not been sorvcd with court papers and was not sure whether ho had tho authority to appoint Johnson Ho will Investigate the rasa fully and It Johnson has the right to serve will stick to his nppolntrcent Can Shoot Some Frankfort KIn the practice at tho rifle range Sergeant Wilson of Mlddlesboro of Co 11 Second regi ment established a now record for target shooting at 800 yards Ho mode a perfect score out of a possible 60 Ho also hit tho bullseye In two sight shots making a total of 12 perfect con Bfcutlvo shots Wanted Only the Coin Louisville Ky Burglars went Into tho richest section of the cly for plunder They wanted money only After ransacking tho house ot Chairman Ed B Green of tho board of public safety Knrl Junfibluth the turf man and millionaire they left without disturbing ono article l1ootLeggerl Busy Covington Ky Federal Marshal Steve Sharp is in receipt of letters from the deputy marshals who state there Is considerable bootlegging co- In on A number ot violators ore un der arrest nnd those who arc not able to glvo bond aro locked up to await trial WetsWhn yOne Vote Georgetown Ky Georgetown went wet by ono vote thus ending ono of Iho hardest fought local option bat lies In tho history ot tho temperance wnvo In Kentucky Tho drys were confident that they had won and tbo result Is n groat surprise Tustle For Cooperage Co Livermore KTho creditors of tho Rough lllver Cooperago Co met at the olllco of J A Dean of Qwcnsboro n referee in bankruptcy and had H J Beard ot Livermore appointed trus tee Tho assets of tho company aro 7500 liabilities 17000 ExState Senator Prewitt 111 Lexington Ky Former State Sena tor Cnswcll Prcwltt ot Mt Sterling underwent an operation for GnU stones here His condition Is serious Ho Is an uncle of Chairman Prqwltt of tho democratic state central and execu tive committees Was Helping the Boys Paducah Ky Whllo arranging a springboard for tho boys to dive from Joo Kritslngcr aged 40 years watch man on tho wharfboat fell Into Iho river and was drowned lUll body has not been recovered ConvictsPardoned Frankfort Kyoov Wllleon pardoned William Cox a boy convicted In Crtttendon county on tho charge of horso stealing and George Kausaur a negro convicted In Whitley county for criminal assault e x IAMUCH SOUGHT AFTER MAN LIBERTY DAWNS FOR TURKS SULTAN ABDUL ISSUES IRADE RESTORING CONSTITUTION Deputies Are Convened Said Pasha New Grand Vizier Carrying Out the Reform Constantinople An Imperial Irade Issued Friday ordains the assembling of a chamber of deputies In accordance with a constitution which has been elaborated by the sultan The trade has been communicated to tho vails and tho district lieutenant governors with tho necessary orders for tho hold lag of elections Tho constitution which the Irade now makes effective Is practically the one worked out In 1876 The grand vizier Immediately took steps to carry out the orders of his imperial master lie addressed to all the provincial authorities concerned Adbul Hamld II a slrcstsr telegram convening the chamber of deputies In which he point ed out that tho method ot forming tho chamber Is determined by an organic statute which according to the offi cial communication Is an illustrious Institution of tho sultan Startling as was tho sudden dismis sal of Fend Pasha from tho grand viz Icrshlp and tho appointment of Said Pasha In his place this step was as nothing compared to tho sensation created In all quarters by the official announcement that tho sultan had de tided to convoke a parliament Belgrade Servla Cipher die patches received Friday night from tho European villages of Macedonia declare that the Young Turks arc complete masters of the situation All tho Turkish authorities havo surrendered themselves Into their hands VlennnIt Is reported hero that tho towns of Monnstlr Uskub and Salonlkl are in tho hands of the Young Turks Order has been main tamed everywhere Hughes Will Run Again Snrnnnc Inn N Y Gov Charles Hughes will accept n rcnomlnatlon If tho Republican party of this state do sires him to again bo Its candidate In a statement mado public Friday night the governor so declared himself and said tho personal reasons which prompted him to say privately some time ago that ho did not desire a re nomination are not controlling and that It renominated I ought to ac cept Eight Cadets Suspended West Point N YElght cadets In the Untied States Military academy hero were sent to their homes Thurs day aa a result of hazing members of tho fourth class M A Walsh for Congress Davenport InTho Democratic congressional convention of the Second district of Iowa Thursday ratified the result of the Juno primary and nominated Mark A Walsh of Clinton as candidate for congressman Gamble Convicted of Arson Bellefontolne Ooeorg It Gamble was found guilty of arson Thursday by n jury after an hours deliberation He was charged with burning a mill in this county IB October 1906 sal collecting the Insurance WINS IN OLYMPIC MARATHON American Captures Great Olympic Games Race London It would be no exaggera tion In tho minds of the 100000 spectators who witnessed the finishing strug gle of tho Marthon race at the Olym plan arena Friday to say that it was the most thrilling event that has oc curred since that Marthon race In an cleat Greece where the victor fell at the goal and with a wave of triumph died And It was won by an American U was an American day and the resentments of Thursday which rankled strongly in the breasts ot Americans here when they came to the stadium were forgotten not only in the victory of John F Hayes the IrishAmerican Atheltic club runner but In the splen did record made by the other Amen cans who were well to the front In the line of those that finished Six Americans started In the Mara thon race and nine English runners Of the first ten men to reach the cov eled goal four were Americans The second man was Hefferon of South Africa The first Englishman who crossed the line came in twelfth Ho was W T Clarke Dorando was first to enter tho stadl um nt the finish He staggered dazed and delirious and In tho last 300 yards fell four times and was helped up by track officials who finally halfcarried him across tho line Because of this ho was disqualified TWO DEAD TWELVE WOUNDED Bloody Career of Desperadoes In Ja maica Plain Mass Boston Two dead a man and a woman probably shot fatally and ten others suffering from bullet wounds sums up tho record of the murderous career of two bandits who Wednesday terrorized the Jamaica Plain district eluding the pursuit of hundreds of policemen and thousands of citizens Starting on Tuesday night by entering a saloon In Jamaica Plain three men who are supposed to be Italians killed ono man with revolvers wounded two others and rifling tho cash register got away with 90 Early Wednesdny evening after the police had searched for them unsuc cessfully all day two of the robbers again appeared In Jamaica Plain and Tiring revolvers ran through the most thickly settled part of tho district leaving a trail of victims behind them Early Thursday the pair were supposed to be hiding In Forest JUlia cemetery which was surrounded by sov eral hundred heavily armed police menHerbert Knox of Rosllndale night watchman at tho cemetery Is tho victim who Is dead Boston Ono of the bandits who shot up Jamaica Plains killed two persons wounded Uand then took refuge in a cemetery was killed by the police another was wounded and the third was arrested Forty Hurt In Collision Lovedalo IIIForty persons were Injured some of them probably fatally and more than a dozen so severely that they had to bo taken to hospitals Tuesday in a headon collision between two Aurora Elgin Chicago cars at Lovednlo station The disaster occurred when tho coaches wero each running at a speed estimated at 40 miles an hour and the crash when they came together was terrific Bill Hazard is Rescued Bassett Nebnlll Hazard made his escape from jail at this place Fri day Several weeks ago he broke Jail at Gregory S D where he was held on tho charge of stealing horses and was captured last Thursday at New port by Sheriff Marsh of Rock county and placed In jail here Tap Hidden River 25 Dead Berne Switzerland There was a frightful accident Friday In the Loetsch berg tunnel In the Bernese Alps which resulted In the death of 2G workmen The men were drilling Inside tho tunnel Without warning their tools pierced the wall that sep arated them from a subterranean river or lake the existence of which was not known The wall gave way with a crash and a torrent of water and mud rushed Into the tunnel and filled It All 6f the workmen were drowMd They were Italian 1855 Berea College 1908 r FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS 1 Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and WoodworkNursingACADEMY 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 n young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Goad man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Ijth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher anti cover branches notes sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money re calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon inch student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea 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 the young people Our students como from the best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding 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 moe may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of tho 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 LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for thq fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring BO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools COO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee find room rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 075 SPRING4 weeku term for those who must leave for farm work S940J I SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leavo for teachers exam 9nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan Mist day 2105 including LOO deposit middle of term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ofa term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any traction ot a week i- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unfit ptred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents 1 On incidental fee a certificate allowing tho student to apply tho amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction ot a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and aro well started In school it pays to stay as long as possibleiThe first day of Spring term Is March 26 1908lThe first day of Fall term is September For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary I WILL CGAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY L That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain plo liUa n good thing when they see it and to get n 7G rent kntr 5e ith two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that isworth more to the nioun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world = The Knife and TheCitizen for 125 4 That brings in subscriptions all thctime If you Have not got it yon ought to have I IIMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE OF MADISON COUNTY I hereby call attention ot all school patrons cltlrens and taxpayers ol Madison County to the tact that a very Important school election to beheld at each white school house In the county on tho first Saturday In August 1908 for the purpose of elect leg the school officers who are to have charge of the scbools under the new system provided for by an act passed by the last General Assembly of Kentucky said act to become op erative and bo in full force Immed- Iately upon the qualification of the trustees who shall have been chos en at said electio- nEer good citizen cf the county should be interested In and take part Ir this election For tho instruction and benefit o all persons interested I submit section 3 of the law which relates to said election and gives in full manner cf conducting same qual IficatlonM of candidates and voters how persons desiring to offer them selves as candidates for the office o trustee may get their names upon the ballot County School District Law Section 3 Ou the first Saturday in August afttt the passage of this act an election shall be held at the school building In each subdistrict of thl3 Commonwealth from the hours of one until five oclock in the afternoon for the purpose of electing one trustee for each school subdistrict as fixed by Section 2 of this act An7 person shall be eligible to this office of school trustee who is over 21 years of age and who has been a resident of the subdltttict for which he is elected for sixty days before the election and who Is able to read and write as shown by a certificate of five reputable citizens of the sub district and all male persons over 21 years of age who shall have resided In a school subdistrict for sixty days noxt before an election shall have the right to vote at such elction All elections for school trustees HEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from First Pace PLAN TO FEDERATe WORLD President Roosevelt has accepted the honorary presidency of the Peace r and Arbitration League The League will strive for peaceful arbitration of all disputes and thus war will be averted Senator James B McCreary o Madison County Kentucky is acts ive President of the League It Is the plan of the League to unite eighty countries as are the States in Amer lel RETURNING PROSPERITY Tliue are many signs that prosperity has returned to this country along with tho general belief that Mr Taft will be elected in th Fall and one of them is the way that stocks and tonds are raising In price In Wallst These stocks are simply promises to pay the holders a certain part of prof- Its of certain businesses and their value depends entirely on the chances of the business to make a profit Iast winter when it was feared that there would be a good deal of hard profitsdown Since the prices have gone up steadily and last Saturday night the total value of the different stocks which represent the fifty biggest con cerns of the country way 2514663750 greater than last winter This does not mean that these concerns are any more valuable than they were then but Just that people expect them to make that much more money in the next few years CADETS SENT HOME Eight ca dets In the United States Military Academy at West Point were sent some Thurscay for hazing members of the fourth class The cadets who were suspended for what is now eon sidered the major offense in the Ac ademy list will have their cases parsed upon by the Secretary War lust what the Incident WasI that caused the suspension Le learned an the authorities re fuse to talk upon the matter PROSPERITY FOR SOUTHPres ident J T Harahan President of the Illinois Central Railroad said I I ont tee anything to interfere with the progress and prosperity of the South Conditions are better in our territory than for some months I drnt think the presidential election wjll have as much Influence as usual and It looks as if we are on an eve of prosperity as never witnessed be fore POLITICAL NOTES CtlaedrtttPuttPgs- Mack chosenwas aCclamaUon GOV HUGHES TO HUN Gov CJiRs c Hughes of New York will accept a reuomlnatioti for Governor of New York if the Republican party shall be by tallot Said ballot shall contain no emblem nor device of any I kind by which it may be identified or known and the ballot shall be printed and furillfhed by the county clerk of each county and paid out of the county levy But said ballot thai provide blank spaces whereby such electors may vote for or elect an other than those Vhose names are printed upon said ballot All nominations for school trustees shall be by petition signed by at least ten persons eligible to vote in the election for such trustees and no name shall Ix placed upon any ballot unless such nominating petition M filed with the county clerk of the county In which such election is held at least ten days prior to the date of such election The officers of said election shall be a clerk and two Judges and shall be appointed yy the regular cotnmlsloners in each county and shall receive no com pensation for their services The said officers shall be the Judges of the qualification of each voter as prescribed in this act and shall cer tify the returnc of tin election to the county tuperlntendtnt of schools within five days after said election Since there will bo but one trust a from each district to represent saSd district In the Division Doard in the employmtnt ot teacher aud iu curing for the InterwU of the dis trict It U mere Important than ever that the ono chosen for trustee in each district should be a man of the very highest type 1 therefore call upon and urge the good citizenship of the county to take an interest and Sloe to it that good men are sel ected to fill this important and res ponsible office in each subdistrict of the county Within n few Hays other Information will be sent out In regard to this election John Noland County Superintendent Ise desires He will work for the In rfSt of his party aiul If his candidacy will promote the cause of the party Lt will run He says that the personal reaions he gave some time ago about not accepting a second nomination are not controlling and If nominated I ought to accept Outtlde of the statement concerning hrs position nothing was said on he subject Gov Hughes will make a canvasa of Oblo for Secretary Taft HITCHCOCK ANNOUNCES COM MITTEE Announcement was made Sunday night by Frank II Hitchcock hUrmii of tho Republican Nation al Committee that the following gen tlemen will constitute the Executive CommitteeCharles F Brooker of Connecti rat T Colewan DuPont of Delaware Win E Borah of Idaho Frank O Lowden of Illinois Charles Nagel of Missouri Victor Rosewater of Ne braska Wm L Ward of New York Edward C Duncan of North Carolina aid Boles Pccrose ot Pennsylvania Chairman Hitchcock decided U adopt the plan of having the Execu tive Committee made up solely from the izeinbersblp of the National Committee Before selecthig these nam ed Mr Hitchcock consulted with the party leaders thruout the country that being one of the objects of his recent confeitnces The distribution of the members of the Executive Committee as between the Eastern and Western headquarters and the other details of organl zation will be announced later FAIRBANKS REFUSES The Prince of Weles who U now in Canada spent a quiet day Sunday after the round o ceremonies last week A pew was elaborately decorated for the Prluce but he refused the display and occupied another position near the central Isle Vicepresident Fairbanks was invited to English Cathedral but refused and went to his church the Methodist Church BRYAN RETIRED W J Bryan has retired from active work on The Commoner and wll not be personally responsible for any matter that may appear In Its columns dur ing the campaign His brother Chas W Bryan will be publisher and Rich and L Mettalf will bj editor Mr Bryans candidacy compelled him to drop newspaper work foi the season aud attend tn things of more pressing Importance WATSON SCORES KRYANTho3 E Watson Populist candidate for President opened his campaign in Macon Georgia Thursday night in a speech of one hour He asked for Georgias electorial vote realizing that Georgia IK a Democratic State most of his attacks wore against Dry an and his praises were for Roosevelt Watson charged Bryan ot be lug against the Confederate soldiers and also of giving the negroes com fort in the Brownsville matter lie dclare1 that the Democratic platform is one which Jackson would have spurned and Jefferson despised DOUGLAS WILL NOT ACCEPT Former Governor W L Douglas of Massachusetts says be U out of pol lUcb forever and will not accept the Democratic Chairmanship Mr Doug Ins said that he had net been aware that his name was being consider ea for the position He said he had not been offered the chalrinanshli and if it shculd be tendered him he would uot accept HEARSTS NEW PARTY w It Hearst has carried out his threat to form a new party and will do all he can to defeat Bryan He says he Is attacking both the old partite but as a matter of fact ho hat n personal grudge a dust Bryan nail will hU nt him particularly He hopes to draw a good many votes away from the Nebraskan and will probably be able to do so tho Just what his strength will be cannot be foretold He has sad thousands of votes for his candidates where evor they have run Ills party will show the most strength in New York Mass arlutsetts Chicago and San Francisco In Massachusetts and California It vil have little Importance because tbt Republicans are certain to carry those places but his splt may change the result In New York and Illinois and caused the election of Taft if the race should be at all dose STATENEWS Continued train Ant page given by children of the public schools The new library Is very btautlfu and well equipped It was bulk of Dowling Green limestone In Lculs 14 architectural style and to date hm cost SSllGSKOv Andrew CarnegU In 1002 gave the city J250000 and seven public spirited citizens raised 1110226 with which to buy the situ The library is one of the finest In the country and has a ca II cUT of 300000 books KY IiORSES GO WEST John lJ Stewart of Lexington has shipped three oar loads of brood mares and yearlings to Montana and other West em states Mr Stewart has been buying for some time and expected to shin as long as he could Jt tliorobred prices for his horses Mr Stewart said ho had been thinking about the advisability of trying he Wtateri markets for thorobreds over since the passage of the HartAg new bill in New York The racing game In the West has not been at tacked by legislation and the cir cuits this year are as big as ever BROXSTON FINED Col Chas J Broiuton of Lexington who has Ixen on trial for some days for ma licious shooting at without wounding with the Intent to hill W a Wll ward was fired 50 Col Dronston li II native of Madison County and a very prominent lawyer and Col WIN ward Is also r prominent man with many Mend The can had been tried before and resulted In a hung jury Where Rain Is a Novelty The Chilean pruvluco of Atncnma rurapurn nUll Poona are In the rain ess region or desert country went of he AtiJiM anil are entirely devoid of cgetntlou The winds In nil of tide eglnu uro from the pant and In passing over the plevnted perpetunl snows of the Andi an stripped of their uototun and arrive on the coast per ertly dry The last rain a slight shower which full In Antofagaiita in Ltacam1 province was the tint rain which bad fallen in sixteen years The last rain which tell In Iqulque In Ta apaca province was the flrst in twen yfour years With both of these show- era a notable phenomenon occurred The bare hills back of these cltlc assumed a green tint from n little plant which sprang up almost In a night The query Is From where did this plant come The whole of the coast presents a most dismal npj dlscourag Ing appearance from the sea but the climate U healthy being especially adapted to pulmonary and throat trou bled from Its extreme Urynws and freedom from germs The beat Is mod fled by a local sea breeze and the sea lathing In most Invigorating as the water Is cold Dangerous See my knlfer said n New York at torney holding up a pocketknife with the blade literally burned away to a Onfierrntshe proceeded to explain About three weeks ago I took a Hleupcr for Chi cage One of the little electric lights at the side of my berth did not work to suit me and I took my knife to pry It open or regulate It Geel There was aflame shot out my knife blade melted right down and I hall to have a sur geon attend my finger The electric current was a powerful thing Per haps it might have killed me for being socute Yes electrocute suggested his trlendNew York Times If you have only one temptation i ii- are lucky Most people are compelled to combat something like a dOlleD tcblaon Globe or IN INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE Great Awakening On the Subject Of Tax Reform TakingMany States Steps to Abolish Old Methods In Favor of Better Kentuckys Case There is no question of greater im portanco before the people ot Ken tucky at present than the question of taxation Those who have interested themselves In studying the growth of the statos industries during the vast year and wntched tho attempts to do velop its resources have been deeply impressed with the fact that our tax laws form n most serious obstacle to succeess So deep seated Is this conviction In the minds of hundreds of thoughtful men that the time appears to be drawing near when tho people ofi Kentucky will at last make up their minds that nothing Is more worthy of their serious attention than this tax question As a rule they concern themselves with it only when the assessor makes his annual call or when they walk up to the tax collectors of flee to settle Then they are fully er suaded that the whole tax system Is wrong but as soon as the tax has been paid and the smart of it has been for gotten the whole question Is apt to be used up again without another thought unll another assessment and paying time rolls around It is important to Kentucky that the people of the state should realize that taxation bears In a most vital way upon the prosperity of the state and in order that taxation may bo wisely adjusted It Is necessary for the Intent cent people of the state to turn them selves to a careful study of the whole question and persist In It until the tax system of tho state Is of a kind that will yield all the necessary revenues with the least possible burden Ac cording to the Justice or Injustice of the tax according to Its reasonable ness or Its oppressiveness capital Is Invited to a community or driven from it industries will flourish or bo destroyed competition with other states may be possibles or may be rendered cut of tho question Justice may be done or flagrant Injustice imposed The Corrmltte of the Senate No little disappointment was felt by those who have studied the tax situ ation In Kentucky when the commit tee of the State Senate appointed to consider tax questions during the interim between tho sessions ot 1904 and 1906 failed to recommend anything more than an attempt to raise more revenues along the lines of the old rev enue bill In Its report to the senate the committee showed that It had very seriously considered the advisability of recommending more radical changes In our system but It reported the conclusion that It was not at that time advisable to do more than attempt to perfect the old system along old lines The reason given for this In the report was that the revenue system then In force had perhaps not been sufficiently tried out and was en titled to a longer experiment And there Is much to be said against hasty tinkering with tax law Did Its Best There is no doubt that the committee Itself felt disappointed In not being ablo to recommend something more it spent many months in carefully considering the tax situation It held hearings in various parts of tho atateII at which hearings there tore the committee by Its Invitation representative farmers and business men to present their views on the subject of taxation The committee could not fall to be Impressed with the gen eral dissatisfaction with the system in force In Kentucky and yet they did not then think the time ripe to recom mend a departure The net result of the committees report was an attempt by the legisla ture to tighten up the teaks la the old system and to make one further des perate but futile effort to get satisfac tory results out of the old plan of the uniform general property tax Of course this attempt has not succeeded It probably never will succeed and in other states public men have ceased to expect that such a plan can by any probability succeed From the rapid progress made in the last 10 years In this study of public finances those who best understand the question have reached the conclusion that the unl form general property tax Is unsound unjust and can not be made produc Ive satisfactory An Omclll Tax Commission There has grown up In the state some sentiment for a tax commission with somo omclal status whose It shall be to go thoroughly intodutyI whole question of taxation tew to devising a better system new lines and of course new lines are not possible In Kentucky without first changing constitution At present our constitution ties us fast to the general property tax as It Is called that Is of levy lag the same tax upon all classes of property for all purposes other states employed such a commls slon with and indeed commission of this kind are now at work in a number of states getting to the very bottom ot the question of tax atlon and doing a work that is result tag gradually In a vast Improvement of tax So has made no step In this direction Voluntary organizations like the State Do Association and various commercial bodies have appointed tax committees who are dolnr the best they can to gather information on this subject but It is possible that there develop the necessity for an offlmar tax commission Whether this should come about or act the dooand is becoming In latent In many quarters for a thor investigation and reformof our tax statewhenever a taxpayer begins to think about what kind of overhaullq ho wants done ho inevitably reaches the conclusion that the starting point la an amendment to tho constltulla ot the state At Work In Ohio This sort ot unrest as to taxation matters Is widespread In Oblo the State Doard of Commerce Is engaged in actively advocating an amendment- to tho state constitution There Is also a tax commission which hu an otllclfit existence engaged In hold Ing hearings all over the state and giving citizens of every occupation a chance to air their views on the Ject The difficulty In Ohio Is very similar to thb difficulty in Kentucky They ore restricted to tho general propert tax They are pushing an amendment which will legislature to separate tho sources of revenue that Is to raise tho state revenue from certain classes ot property leaving other classes of property- to bo taxed for local Ohio has tried before to gut amendment to Us constitution along these liDOS but has failed but sentiment In the state now If an opinion may be formed by the given by the tax commission U overwhelmingly is favor of thn amendment Missouri Is Busy In Missouri a special tax commis sion of which Frederick N Hudson was chairman recommended to the legislature the separation ot the sources of state and revenue and proposed a constitutional amend mOnt tor legisIaturocal option In matters of taxation The amendment was adopted the last legislature of Missouri and will be voted on by the people ot the state at tho next general This amend ment profiles that the sources of tats and lCal revenue shall be sop orated by the year 1909 and that thereafter the counties In tho state may tax or exempt for local purposes any class of property In tlon of the county court It will be ob serveI that Ohio and Missouri am striving for the system of svparat lug local and state sources of revenue This Is the system that has been In successful operation for ninny years In Pennsylvania and it seems te logics and only satisfactory solution of the present complicated tax situation Minnesota Makes Progress Tho of Minnesota at tho last election hold In that state ratified a constitutional amendment which prao tlcally removed all limitations as to the power of the legislature in rela Uon to taxation legislature at Its session last winter passed two measures recommended the gover nor for the of putting Into effect tho provisions of the oonstlta tkmal amendment Om of these provided for a permanent tax commission to recommend amendments to the rev enuo laws and to perform certain administrative work The other meal ure Imposed a recording tax on mort gages of onehalf of one per cent In this mortgage tax Minnesota U follow tag the experiment successfully tried b the stat of loW York this plan tho tax of onehalt of one per cent Is collected when the mortgage lIre corded and the mortgage Is thereafter exempt from taxation Old mortgage may registered on payment of one half of one per cent tax and are thereafter also exempt from further tauUon In both Minnesota and New mortgageshasIncreased revenue It has some very decided advantages over the plan which now trying theefectischief visible of which at pres eat is to tax holders of mortgages who live In the state while exempting holders of mortgages on Kentucky property who live outside the state In Illinois tho Civic Federation of Chicago has procured the Introduc tion of an amendment to tho constitution of the state very similar to that adopted In Minnesota Activity In Other States In tho state of Washington there has been considerable agitation or the question of taxation and the last legllature passed a measure affect Ing the method of taxing IntangIble personality One result or separating different kinds of property for different rates of taxation and for dIfferent purposes Is that the tax burden can be Just to each class of- property according to Its burdenbear capacity- In the state of Oklahoma a clause was Inserted in tho constitution very similar to the tax provisions of the Minnesota constitution A number of other states haw tax commissions at work Texas hIS Just been overhaul ing Its tax laws tax commission reportInleague has been at work for nearly fifteen rears with the result that some very wise amendments to the tax laws of that state have been made Needs Thorough Study QUOtlontho light or the experience of other states as well as with due regard to Its own experience more than does Kentucky For fifteen years since the new constitution was adopted we bars striven hard to that dream of uniformity In taxation wnlch animated the makers of the new con stitution We have not succeeded In doing this It Is true the revenues of the state have Increased but the tax burden has been extremely heavy on some classes of property while some classes of property have gone al most soot free The amount of money stocks and bonds reported for taxa tion is ridiculously small Tho falsity of the tax returns betrays upon comparison with the reports ot the deposits In the banks The only kind of personal property that does not escape taxation is that visible tangible personal property found chiefly on the can not his horses cattle and farming Implements so he has to pay the man In town can hide money or its stocks and bonds and escape his share of the burden This will always be the case while human nature uponKentuckying a revenue from this elusive class it property It will probably take a long time for Kentucky to reach the point of bu loving in thu policy of separating the sources of revenue selecting one class of property from which to raise Its state revenues another class of property from which to ralso its city revenues Unless the experience of all other states is to be belled by the ex erlence of Kentucky that what we ire to come to some time though It may be far in the future We can not systemthatstates and persisted in will put us In the position of handicapping our property owners ot every class with a burdensome tax system which will seriously Injure them In the sharp eompeUtlon w1 the less heavily burdened property owners of other states It is worth while for Ken Lucky to be studying the questloa u4link seriously about it THE MARKET urea Prices Potatoes IrUb per bUL20 Cabbage 2o per lb Ir Peas 12V4C per gaL Honey 18a per lb IVan 21c per galtAppleo per bu GOo Blackberries lOo per gal Eggs pel dozen ISO Butter per lb150c t Baton per lb 10tHan per Ib 15VS s Lard per IbUorChickens oa toot per 1b15tyr r Corn 90c Oats COc Wheat Ola per bu Mlltet 100 pet bu 4LoullUIeChoice export steers E 75 6 10IChoice butcher steers 65 I 90 Common buteher eteers 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher steers 4 73 1i5 Common butcher teen 4 25 4 i5 Choice butcher heifers 4 75 6 00 Medium butcher helfen 4 00 5 00 Common butcher belters 3 25 4 CO Choice butcher oowi 4 25 4 K5 Medium butcher oowi 3 60 4 VIII Common butcher cows 2 75 1 TO Cannen 1 21 2 25 Choice fat oxen 4 50 5 M Medium oxen 3 00 4 M I Choice bull 3 60 s 25 Medium bulls 3 75 2 CO Common bulls 2 00 2 SO Choice veal calve 6 60 6 oe Medium veal onlyes 3 W 5 00 Common calves 2 50 I fO Good feeders 4 60 6 M Medium feeders 4 00 4 W Common feeders 3 50 4 W Choice took steers 4 00 4 M Medium stock steers 3 50 4 CO Common stole steer 3 00 3 fO Choice stock heifers 3 JS J5Medium stock helfen 2 CO 3b Common mixed stockers 2 CO 3 10 Choice mlloh cows 35 00 45 M Medium mUch cows 25 00 30 00 Common mulch cows it It M M oas Choice packers and butchers 360 to Md Ins 606 Medium packers and butchers 1W to 39 lbs 6 Cf Choke pigs 99190 lbs 6 H Light pigs M4d Mw C 70 Light sfclppew 1901M Ibs 5 S5 Iloegha 1M469 Ihs 3 00 i SO ussr Choice tat sheep 31 76 Medium sheep 210 3 2i Common 1INt 1 fO 2 31 Dicks 1 60 271 Choice lambs 7 00 Seconds I CO Good butcher sobs 400 t 00 Culls and tallends 3 00 4 00 MESS PORKII 60 HAMS Choice sugar cure light I and special cure 11llHc heAVY to medium 11llKc- SHOULDERS9HO p r lb BACONClear rib sides 9tfo tee ular clear aides 8C breakfast bacon HHc sugar cured shoulders tftc bacon extra 9e bellies light 10c heavy 10- aLARDPrime steam In tierces SKI pure leaf in tierce 9c In tubs SXc DRIED BEEF lie EGGSue count 15c per dos candled He- DUTTERISo per lb POULTRY Spring chickens ISo to 20c hens 84c ducks old 80 tur keys 8lOc ducks young 13c WHLATNo 2 S9c No3 880 CORNNO 2 white sic NoImixed 79e- OATSNow NO 3 white 5540 NO 3 mixed Sic RYENo 2 Northern 89 x NoS Northern 90 x INTERRUPTIONS T apose John is still takln life easy said the woman In the spring wagonYes answered the woman who was carrying an armful of wood John has only two regrets in life One la that to has to wake up to oat an the other is that he has to qclt satin to sleep INSULT OR COMLP1MENTT Its really distressing to think said the wealthy Mr Parrasy that many very common and ignorant people will be admitted to heaven Well replied Mr Cutting that letdnt worry you Philadelphia Pius- The IdU Chickens Little Margie on her tint visit to a farm was told to wander about the barn and search for eggs Some time later tbo child returned to the house almost In tears- Couldnt you find any eggs dearie asked her mother No replied Marjorie wearily 9think Its mean too cause Iota of bees nothingLlppincotta The Porter Drug Co intosroiaT PHONE 12 BEREA KY r oNONe e o o o e e o No o e o OOOoeoooo 0 0 Berea and Vicinity i o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES S o e S eoeeee eoee BESTfCITY fllOWK 133 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE tin 0 M Trcadway returned Thursday from a visit with friends In Vfnllaceton Mr and Mrr Joe Sanders of Car Unvlll wore the guests of Mr and btrs Jdhn Harrison lust Tuesday Vfll Dooley of Wlldle was here lull week for a short visit with his nattier Andrew Hopkins of Cynthlana an- dlNk Wheeler of Klrkivltle oame 1 i week to play on tbe Dares ball t 1111 ur 1 Con oIIU and wife left Sat udajr for a short vide wltli rela t s at Mrs Cornelius at Loraln 0- A1 Will Swone oame Monday for a + liert visit MM Dora Hly who ta teaching at- Intrust liranah visited her parents it this ptaee a few days last week The public school teachers of Be ia are In Hlohmond thla week at tsmdlng the Ttaohero Institute The Uapttst Sunday School will hold their mutual Sunday School and Otrarth picnic at the fair grounds HVWay Mr and Mn C I Ogg were In ICWunoud Filday- Ittohatd Soicr and wife of Wallace IM visited Mr SOUKS ulster Mrs It U Wallace the latter part of lat weak MM Will Wood and sons of In diana are thu guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Coyle of this place Au automobile party from lllch mead were visitors In Berea Satur dayMiss Ethel Duncan gave a birth- d party last Thursday evening at his home ou Prospect street to a number of her young friends The Union Sunday School picnic held at the fair grounds last Satur dly was a decided success and was tAuioly enjoyed by ail Tho hay reM around the Horn aA a closing failure of the day was especially de lightful The athletics were given by Dr Cowloya claaa against the reu of the school Dr Cowleysl- Woaa winning The other boys were vaUy handicapped by not having Practiced hiss May Harrison left Monday for Lexington for a weeks visit with friends there- Yateman B cknell who had his leg bruised while on the ball ground one day last week Is doing very nicely Mr aud Mrt Will Haley of Harris Lurg Ky arrived last week tor a short elt1t11 their relatives and friendsMiss Daisy Spence accompanied by hot mother was taken to Richmond Thursday for nurgical treatment Mrs J B roper who visited at tho homo of K B Wallaot last week hall returned to her home In Lan carter Mr Will Cllraer who was visiting hre a few days last week returned lo his home nt Ifeldlesburg Monday accompanied by his daughter Mrs George Stout of Corbtn and Jack Henderson Miss Margaret Wallace left Thurs diy for Lancaster to attend the fair at that place J W VacWInkle of ML Vernon stopped over here a few days last trtek on hiv way to Richmond to attend the Institute The Derea base ball team went to Lancaster Tuesday to play ball The result of the score was 7 to 6 in fav or ot Lancaster Mr and Mrs W C Hunt of Pike vllle aro visiting with Mrs Hunts parents Mr and Mrs J Burdette Mr Stowe has commenced work on his new concrete block house n West Chestnut Street Miss Inez Bower ot Parkavllle scent Sunday with her brother W H Bower and family Is oeOO o o Oo1BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COME A camping party went to Robes Mountain Saturday morning and stay ed until Monday morning The par ty was Mr and Mrs Stanley Frost Musses Mary Pickering Grace Barnes Myrna Walker and Ada May Dlnkle man Messrs Seward Marsh Fran cis Clark Luther Shadoln and Mar shall Vaughn AU reported a very fine time and beautiful scenery among the olouds while It was raining The rain prevented much mountain climb Ing but Indoor games were enjoyed Mr William Rogers of Paint Lick was a business caller In Berea Tues dayMr and Mrs Carrol Mason and Sites Mary Mason left Wednesday for Cincinnati Mr Maton will stop In that ally while his wife and daughter will go to Albany N Y Miss Myrna Walker leaves Saturday for her home at Dayton Ky where she will spend her vacation before school begins The oonerele sidewalks are progressing nicely on Prospect and Chestnut streets Wo are not ex pecting to walk In the mud this winter except at the crossings Prultle Smith who was run over by Mr Cantlelds automobile but escaped serious Injury Is slowly im proving Miss Kate Wagers of Wagera vllle left Borea Wednesday for Richmond Tom Logsdon returned Monday from Cincinnati 0 where he spent a week with acquaintances Mr Jack Pollard the thorobred horse man of Hamilton 0 has ar rived In town to get ready for the fairBorn to the wife of Mrs John Calf Tuesday night a fine seven and onehalt pound boy e8 I eR S I College Items 1 G a g HERB AND THERE o oeoooThe Rev Dr Joe Bond was in town for a little while Wednesday Mr B E Cartmell returned Monday from an extended visit In the NorthA was received at The CIt bee office from Mrs K U Putnam now In Ashland III expressing her dulre to be back lu Btrea Mr and Mrs T J Osborne left ChautauquaNew beenltsglrtrnr DayvlewMlrhlgan at Oberlin College next year WeVE GOT A TELEPHONE Wove got a telephone at last And wife it quite content Slo says the news comes in so fast She hasnt spent a cent For literature ot any kind She hears the neighbors tell Si much ot things thatre going on She listens for that bell And when acme one begins to talk She takes receiver down And then shin knows how everything- Is going on in town Id like to use the phone sometimes And get the price of grain Arid can till Weather Bureau up And learn when It will rain But all the women on our line Have got so much to say I wait and wait while other men Are drawlufc In their hay And then I taT a word or two And wish that telephone Was anywhere but in my house I Or Id a hint alone Frost August Farm JourzWI t r UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE SH IR pratbcr Successor to OolDcn Grocers Compang pbonc 184 main Street Opposite Citiscu Office BEREA VS WACO A game ot base ball was played Saturday July 25 between Bereas new team and Waco The score stood Mu 3 In favor of Waco Bereas de ftat was due principally to lack cf turn work and good coaching Ev ery man on our team plays good ball individually but the united work li lacking yot Berea held Waco 3 to 2 m the first five innings but the boys lost out In the next three The lineup wftj as follows Wheeler c Hopkins p Jackson lb Dillon 2b Debord ss Moore 3b Hunt It- Rlohardson ct Erwin rf With some more pracM e and some extra coaching B rea will have a good town team Red Bingham Manager Bterybodya klckln- Klokln bout the heat Klckln bout the prices 1Pe pay for things to eat Klckln bout the railroads An the government Klukln bout the taxes An the way theyre spent Kickln bout the autos An the pace they set Kfrkln bout the grafters 4 An the pull they get Old mule looks dejected Says in topes demure When it comes to klckln Im an amschoor Th Largest Reptile The largest existent reptile Is the man eating salt water crocodile of southern Mia and Australia which when full grown measures thirty feet in length from end of nose to tip of tall One man makes hardly more than a mouthful for this fearsome creature Professor Kochs novel theory that the bite of the crocodile Is responsible for the strange malady known as sleeping tlckncas has a kind of grim humor when ono thinks of this monster Its bite usually produces a sleep that knows no earthly waking London GraphicA Fox Which Eats Gripe Old Aesop the fabulist was thought by some to have been unjustifiably Imaginative in adducing the Instance of a fox which ate grapes but natural historians have been able to amply vindicate the antique Greek writer who flourished from five to six cen turies B C There Is to be found in parts of Africa today a curious canine quadruped known as the zerda or Fennee fox with remarkably long ears and an alert appearance gener ally which actually lives upon grapes and other fruits which it secures noc turnally Torn by Satan- In the library of the Massachusetts Historical society la a leaf of a ser mon on which ls written the following memorandum by Dr Elliott MDr Cotton Mathers leaf of a ser mon which the derll was BO spiteful as to tear The leaf has been torn and near the rent Is the following memorandum In Mathers own hand writing While I was preaching at r private fast kept for a possessed young woman on Mark ix 28 t11t devil In ye Damsel flow upon meo and tore ye loaf as It Is now tore over against ye text In Buenos Aires the police alone have the right of whistling on the streets Any other person whistling Is at once arrested IMPORTANCE OF LAW Judge Faulkner speaking at Grays Sunday afternoon on The Educational Value of Tho Enforcement of the Law said There will be a primary election probably within one year of this date at which the people will If that election be fair and honest select the County Judge Sheriff County Court Clerk Jailer Assessor County Superintendent Circuit Court Clerk and other county and precinct officers That election cannot be fair and honest L money cr whiskey are used by any ot the candidates there in or their friends to effect the re sult Let us take fair warning now If that election la to bfo held as other eleotlous have been hold in the county and state then there ought to be and tbere will be such an Investigation thereof before the grand Jury ot this county as will reach out and take hold ot and Indict the offenders therein If court has to be held half a year thereafter There ought to be an en forcement ot the statue leveled against these election offences or we ought to throw up our hats and say wv cannot enforce the law against any offense I ask you what right has A grand Jury to indict a poor devil of a fellow for carrying a pistol or for selling a quart of liquor or for gamb ling around the coal mines and then pass by and refuse to indict a man who goes out to an election precinct loaded down with money or whisky tor the purpose of debauching and corrupting his fellowman and chang- Ing the results of an election MONEY THE TEST Speaking further on this subject he said When John Smith or Bill Jores offers himself for Sheriff or County Judge and the people begin to hear of it they ask one another li he a good man Yes Will he make a good Judge Has he suf flcent knowledge and learning and In tergrlty to preside over our county quarterly or fiscal courts Yes Will he take care of the financial department of the county Yes Or 1C he offers tor Sheriff the tint question will be or ought to be Will M collect and pay over our taxes fairly and honestly serve the pro cesses of the court and generally do the work of that office in an upright manner + Oh yes Well then has he any money with which to mak a race for Sheriff or Judge No Well then poor fellow he had bet ter go home and quit there Is no use fooling away his time running for Sheriff or Judge And so it is with all the other county offices We have practically got to such a pass that the amount ot money one can raise for an ejection is the whole test applied by the people who are to elect him It is generally conceded that the man who undertakes to make a race for any office without money and plenty Qt It is a tool What I want to do is to reverse these conditions I want to eliminate the power of money and whisky In elections and place the matter purely upon the basis of fit nets and honest ability to do the work ot the office I cant do this without tho holp of you people especially you people who go to church believe in God and His Son and who are try ing or tight to be trying to live by His precepts I would like to make It So that when you educate your boy I have just recieved a new stock of goods Best quality and lower prices Mrs S R Baker PNINE 125 RICN INI STREET BEREA IUTUQKYI and send him out into the world fit ted to be County Judge or Sheriff or Clerk or County Superintendent or for that matter tc be Circuit Judge or Commonwealths Attorney or member ot Congress that he could be elected thereto upon his merits without respect as to the question whether he had a dollar In the world or not JURY SERVICE Speaking further and as to the Im portance of Jury service he said The basis of our government rests upon tho question of whether or not we can get and keep twelve honest Intelligent unbiased men in the Jury box If we can do this our govern ment will survive if we cannot it will ultimately go the way ot alt the governments that existed before tWe are having difficulties along that line In this county It la not that we have not as good men as are In any other counties and it is not that we have not as many good men as are in any other county But we seem to have better opportunities for the weak man tbo man with a criminal Instinct or with criminal connections to get upon the Jury It Is the elev enth or twelfth man that Is undoing us Whenever you get a man that belongs to or sympathizes with the whiskey element or has a leaning toward the gamblers or carries dead ly weapons himself or teaches his boys so to do or talks bloodmlndedly or in short one who 13 generally op posed tc the enforcement ot the law you have a man who can undo cr destroy the work o the Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and all the other jurors In the box Because o this man and his facility for getting on the Jury Knox County has become the county of all the counties ot the mountains of Kentuc ky so far as I know in which it is most difficult to punish crime He has go in his deadly work so often of late years that our court house has about changed from a place of Justice to a place of Injustice from a place where we oula to arrive at truth to a place where the result is untruth a deception and a lie oftentimes Far toc often for that matter What I want to do Is to get the best of this great Rpubllcan party and thp best of the Democratic party and then take all you Baptist Meth odists and Presbyterians and mem bers of the Christian church who are trying to live up to their teachings of the Master and put you right into the Jurybox all the time If I can resultsTho Peoples News PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1008 At my residence in Garrard County Ky three niJes southeast of Paint Lick Ky I will sell to the highest bidder my twc forms containing 203 acres FARM NO 1 my home place con- tainsI HH aorta of good fertile land- aU set in grass with a good orchard of a variety of fruit FARM NO 2 contains 103 acres in grass except 45 acres being cultivated this year Both farms are in a high state of cultivation and in a good neighbor hood At the same time and place I will sell all my personal property consist ing of horses mules cattle hogs and farming implements TERMS The land will be sold in six payments One thousand dol lars to bo ptM January 1 1909 when possession will be given The re mainder in five equal payments with six per cent interest from January 1 1509 Terms on personal property will be made known on day ot sale Sale to begin promptly at 10 a m W P GRIFFITH Paint Lick v7P Prewltt Auctioneer Berea PUBLIC SALE I will on SATURDAY AUGUST 15 lOS at BOUND HILL one mile north ot Klrksvllle Ky sell to the highest bidder 1 twenty borne power engine and tidier 1 set ct 24 Inch burrows 1 corn crusher No 2 1 platform scales 1 corn fehalltr 1 pair No 1 horse mules seven and eight years old 1 tWt horse wagon and harness Terms made known on day ot sale Sale to begin at 10 a m GREEN ESTES KirksvlUe Ky Alter having made each of the stove sales I will sell reasonably any kind of property tor persona who will he It on the premises W P Prewitt Auctioneer Berea Naval Etlquttt Theres one thing perhaps youd like to know said the navy man When you set foot on the deck of a manowar whether at home or In foreign waters your own nation or foreign It is proper to turn for a mo ment to the stern of the Ship and raise or touch your hat It la a mark of respect like rising and uncovering when the national anthem Is played San Francisco Call I L A Davis MD IOFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 5I CENTER ST i S R BAKER DENTIST KYtatOSie Lure fr M S t 4 CUT rh 1S3 Teeth retracted without rsiSatrr- eENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Week Promptly Rctur4 CNNB es Laager Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking bushes We Invite you specially toG place at least a portion ef your account wHJk MS whether large or small Jt JS Jt 1a Js HYDEN KY Good Home in Berea For Sale A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters 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China has armed ana drilled a few hundred thousand more men perhaps It will be able to talk the language of modern diplomacy fluently Why does tho average person put the stocking on the left foot first Probably for the same reason that most people removo the right boot first Habit A New York man wandered away from home and forgot where he lived Not every New Yorker however says the Chicago Dally News has such a pleasant experience After all the encomiums handed to i the man behind the gun It Is a shock to learn that our naval marksmanship at Santiago was bad Still It an wered every purpose The action of the New York man who asked to bo chloroformed admit ting that ho has outlived his useful mess seems an admission that he Is too lazy to do thb job himself Persons who do the loudest com plaining against the length of the win ter and tho cold weather In general are usually those who had hay fever last fall and prayed for an early frost Mltzel Morok the looptheloop girl heroine of a thousand thrilling whirls has been killed while In the domestic act of pouring a cup of tea thus again proving how dangerous It Is to be alive That Is Archbishop Ireland does not believe In war but If there must be war he thinks It wise and proper to be prepared to knock the tar out of the other fellow Any fallacy In the doctrine Philadelphia Is beginning to talk about celebrating the two hundred and twentyfifth anniversary of her found- Ing next October and Mayor Reyburn recommends that the old home week idea be adopted The question Shall army officers wear corsets will not down and fat ones are becoming alarmed at the prospect Possibly some of them wouldnt be so corpulent had they been straight laced early In life The heiresses who married titles and went abroad to live In the splen dor of old world aristocracy are com ing home They seem to have lost all their desire for tho aristocracy and incidentally a good many of their dol lars In a recent bulletin from the unl rcrclty of California Is given a sum mary of the evidence prepared by Prof J D Whitney to show that the famous Calaveras skull found in a miners shaft in Bald Hill near Alta vllle probably came from a cave used by the Indians for burial purposes womlcnIng automobiles lie says that the only machines women should run are sewing machines To this remarks the Baltimore American the women will retort that it Is Just like a mean man to leave them the work while he takes all the fun It has been supposed that smoking makes such slaves of Its victims that they rarely seek to lighten the yoke National figures In regard to tho to bacco industry indicate tho contrary When the financial panic of last Octo ber appeared the production of cigars decreased 146000000 In a single month and in December dropped oft to the extent of another 100000000 Tho manufacture of cigarettes waj also greatly lessened There was evi dently n desire to economize If not toI break off the habit Or perhaps it was a turning to the seductive pipe The wife of the Indiana editor who makes a twocolumn appeal in her husbands paper for his nomination to a state office has a heart in the right place but her editorial we has Its embarrassing and confusing sugges dons remarks the Indianapolis Star Our husband our vow at the mar riage altar we are with hInt we will work for him etc are phrase carrying a Utahlike flavpr that might mislead the unwary But what does the literary farm matter The lady shwa aU rfcht Wary of- Cupid By MISS CATHARINE GOGGIN Secretary of Chicago Teachers Federation Ninety per cent of tho school teachers in the United States are women Sixty per cent of these arc irrevocably destined to single blessedness Eighty per cent of tho teachers led to the altar are forced to work for their living after marriage Ten per cent of tho wedded ones become die vorceesOf tho remaining ten per cent only one teacher in ten finds any bliss in married life These figures arc based on deductions from real life As treasurer of the Teachers Federation and most active manager of tho pension fund I have had opportunity to prove them By their vocations teachers are imperative Coming into daily contact with tho unruly natures of children makes the school teacher primarily a woman whose desire are expressed as commands And this the fond husband eagerly avoids The socalled master of the housc doesnt want a boss for a wife He wants a baby He doesnt even desire the refinement and culturo which a school teacher might bring into his home Man holds his own liberty and pence of mind to be of greater moment than a piece of mind from his domestic partner no matter how vell equipped that mind may be If a school teacher must earn her own living after marriage perhapj earn as well the living of the drone who captivated herwhy reasons the school maam should ehe not be content with single bliss Again the school teacher is not equipped for the married state She is not as a rule attractive to men Teachers are usually not pretty and seldom can be called beautiful The mind of the school teacher is above pomades curling irons rouges and cosmetics Her face is no factor in determining her fortune A pedagogues beauty will not change the percentage in her examination And the school teacher has no time for spe cializing in dressmaking and millinery The average hired girl has a far better chance to make a home happy than has the woman teacher 3 And I want to say right here that the average hired girl is far bettor oil than the average school teacher The salary of the average school teacher is 40 n month or 8CO a year She can work only nine months end must remain idle for three months in each year The salary of the average cook is 7 a week or 361 I year The cook is in greater demand than the school teacher She earns twice as much for she receives her board and good board too in ad dition to her salary She has her nights oft whilo tho touchier must work nights as well as days to handle her examination papers and got up her work for the coming days lessons I tell you tho world is wrong Natures Hints of Immortality Br WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Dog Bite You School Destined MaamsI Single Blessedness If tho deigns touch with di vino power tho cold and pulstIega heart the buried acorn and make it burst forth from its prison walls will He leave neglect ed in the earth the soul of man who was made in the image of his Creator If He stoops to give to the rosebush whose with ered blossoms float upon tho breeze tho sweet of another springtime will He withhold the words of hope from the sons of men when the frosts of If matter mute and inanlnintc hough changed by the forces of nature into a multi tude of forms can never die will the imperial spirit of man suffer annihilation after it has paid a brief visit like a royal guest to this tenement of clay Rather let us believe that Ire who in his ap parent prodigality wastes not the raindrop the blade of grass or the evenings sighing zephyr but makes them all to carry out its eternal has given im mortality to the and gathered to himself the spirits of our Instead of mourning lot us look up and address our departed in the words of the poet Thy day lion come not gone Thy sun has risen not set Thy life Is now beyond The reach of death or change Not ended but begun O noble soul 0 gentle heartl Hall and farewell Ifa By DB WILLIAM L WHEELER Pasteur Institute New York City Father to of assurance winter cornel plans mortal friends I A dog bite is by no means a sentence of death Tho proportion of dog bites that produce hydrophobia to those that do not is so iiiiinll that the public would not beliovo tho figures if they were given Even the bites of dogs that lire actually sufforjng from rabies need be no more serious than any slight wound providing the proper treat ment be followed More nt the Pasteur in stitute wo treat any one who has been bitten by n dog and the cost runs all the way from nothing up to 150 depending entirely upon the means of tho person The Pasteur treatment for rabies is without doubt tho most successful that has yet heron found r The thing above all elf that the public should bear in mind is that every dog that bites or sirrtps has not necessarily got rabies Because n dog falls in a fit and froths ut the mouth does not mean that ha is suffering fromhydrophobiaWhile should not become easilyalarmed at a dog bite neither should it neglect any precautions once bitten A person suffer lug from a dog bite for instance should not be satisfied to take his own diagnosis of the dogs condition Hydrophobia affects nearly every dog in a different manner With all the experience I have had in examining dogs suffering from rabies 1 cnn be fooled to this day by outward appear ances 1 never make a guess with any dog relying only upon n careful examination Summed up there should never ben hydrophobia scare Qluckat tention and control of your nerves is all that is necessary to counteract the effect of any dogbite whether the IlorlJc rabid or neta I f TAILS UPTOSSEO COIN FELL AND ONE OF THE PARTIES TO SUI CIDE PACT ENDS LIFE Standing In Front of a Mirror OBrIen Sent a Bullet Through His Heart Los ngcles Cal July 21The toss of a coin led John W OBrlon Snake spearean student mining expert and globe trotter to suicide in an apart meat house on Orand avenue Ho was well known In St Louis and Chlcngo having visited both cities frequently Goaded to the deed by financial reverses and possibly by a suicide pact which was hinted at in a letter from a friend found among his possessions OBfton placed himself iti front of a large mirror and sent a bullet through hIs heart On the floor by his side was found a dime lying tails up and on the table a note saying ho would flip the coin to determine whether ho- Wuld kill himself Among his possessions was found a volume of Shakespeares works besides numerous notebooks and newspaper clippings concerning the writings of the English author Many passages were marked Tho letters which hinted nt a suicide pact were from O W lAngford an offi cial of the Philippine Fishing Co In Yamboango Philippine Islands In one of these dater March 25 1905 Lang lOrd advised OBrien against getting married saying that such entangle rbents would bring grief and sorrow to dear ones when tho time carne for them to fulfill their pledge to each clhcr unless fortune soon smiled upon them Many letters in the same vein were found- PHYSICIANS WIFE RUN DOWN By Touring Car of Millionaire To baceo Manufacturer St Louis Mo July 27The wlfo of Dr H N Lyon a prominent phy sician of 6303 Cabanne avenue was run down and probably fatally Injured carbelonginglionaire tobacco manufacturer also of this city Mrs Lyon who Is prominent in so ciety was crossing the Intersection ot Hamilton and Maple avenues when the big car occupied by Popor and his chauffeur came up and before ho could avoid It struck tho woman hurl Ing her to the ground with crushing fcrco She was picked up la a daicd condition and sent to St Iukos hose pita where It was found that In addi l lion to several Internal Injuries she has suffered a fracture of tho right leg and numerous bruises j Millionaire Popar was nrrorftwl and locked up In the Twelfth district police i station lie figured In the recent suit lof heirs contesting Christina Papers bequest to Christian Cornelius Chris tan Papers foster son Occupants of Auto Burned To Death Port Henry K Y July 27J E Dodge of Walden Mass and Lock wood Reed of this place met with a horrible death In an automobile acci dent Sunday night While crossing Black brook six miles west of hero Mr Dodge tho owner of tho car who was driving lost control of tho ma chine which left the road pitched Tver tho embankment turning com pletely over as It fell causing the gaso line to explode Dodge and Reed were caught under the machine nnd burned to death S E Titus of Syracuse also a passenger escaped Injury Three Persons Killed Fort Smith Ark July 27Threo persons wore killed and three others more or lees seriously Injured between Ooodland and Hugo near here Run day afternoon when Frisco passenger train No G duo in Fort Smith at 6 o clock Sunday night was derailed The dead ore Mike Illckoy engineer E D Clark express messenger and n tramp Tho injured are Postal Clerk tiller Fireman Jackson and a newsagent None of tho passengers were hurt Falls In Bolllna Vat of Sugar Philadelphia Pa July 7henstirring the melted sugar In s huge vat at the Spreckles refinery Sunday Al bert Knsenshy of this city lost Ida balance and fell Into tho hot liquid IIo was rescued completely covered with a coating of cryotllzed sugar like a huge bonbon Ho will die of hU burns Tho liquid at tho time of tho accident wan at a temperature not far from tho boiling point Lleut Oswalt Killed Manila July 7IIeut Bnrnnrd Os walt Twentyninth United Slates In fantry stationed at Ft McKinley was electrocuted Sunday while taking a tub bath Ills death was caused by an amateur electrician attempting to else Irlfy the water Ho rondo an error Lieut Oswalt was from Alabama Cuxbaven July TTho Russian cruiser Almaz with Premier Stolyplh aboard went aground Sunday near Oluckstadt a seaport near Hamburg Levee Broke Whole Island Submerged Antioch Cal July 7Early Sunday morning 200 feet of San Joauln river levee gave way and Jersey Island comprising 4000 acres including 300 were of celery was flooded The property loss Is estimated at 5000000 Old Landmark Wracked Pottsvllle Pa July 27 Schuyl kills first courthouse erected In 120 at rOwlg bur1sV was wrecked by a bolt of lightning during n severe electrical storm which paused over this ectlon w rrDRAWING MADE EASY Making cf landscapes by Aid of Re- Electing Mirrors With this device anyone no matter how little his artistic ability may bo1 can draw accurately and quickly any little bit of scenery or other subject and get everything in tho true perspec Live and In the corro proportion Drawing with Aid of Reflecting Glasses No lens Is required for making this cameraJust a plain mirror set at an angle of 46 degrees with a plce of or- dInary glass underneath a screen with n peek hole and a board for holding the drawing paper The different parts may bo fastened together by means ot- a box frame or may bo hinged to gether to allow folding up when car rying and a good tripod of heavy de- sIgn should be used for supporting It In order to get the bet results says Popular Mechanics the screen should bo blackened on the Inside on the side next to tho eye A piece of black cardboard placed over tho end of the eyepiece and perforated with a pin makes an excellent peek hole In operation tho rays of light com ing from any given object such as the arrow AD strike the Inclined mirror and are reflected downward On strik ing tho Inclined glass a portion of tho light Is again reflected and the rays entering the eye of trio operator produce the virtual Imago on tho paper as shown Tho general outlines may be sketched In quickly leaving tho details to be worked up later This arrange ment may be used for Interior work with the Illumination Is good AMUSING TRICK A Shadow on the Wall That Appears to Have Life I liars is a way for a bright boy to make lots of fun for the family or a company of friends Hang a good sized looking glass on the wall In one corner of the room and having lowered the gas let some one hold a candle In such a way that tho light from It will bo reflected from the looking glass on to the adjoining wall This reflected light will be a parallelogram ID form and It you now stop In front of the candle but not In front of the glass the shadow of your band will appear In the center of tho parallelogram of light But your shadow while It has the proper outline of your hand will be merely a dark spot without any sign of life what you havo to do Is to 1 How Trick Is Done give It ayes nose and mouth and this you can do with very little troubleHaving made tho experiment just described to see that you understand exactly how the candle should bo held to get your shadow in tho right place get a sheet of tbck paper and cut In it two eyes a nose and a mouth all of a grotesque appearance and then pate the paper on tho look- Ing glass so that tho features will bo In the center Now take your position as before and If the candle bo properly held tho light from tho eyes nose and mouth will bo reflected on your shadow exactly as If those features belonged to your head with an effect that Is both startling and amusing But you can make an oven better ef fect than that says the Chicago Dally News If you will Vreparo two sheets of paper with ecU noso and mouth In them the snceti to be exact duo pllcatos of each other Fix one of these to the glass and tho other exact ly ovor It but tho latter must be fas teped at only one place at tho top so that It may bo swung gently from side to side Now got some ono to sway this upper pnjor to and fro Just n little way and that will make the eyes In the shadow snap and the mouth to move at If It really had life A Uulul Redo Husband Surah I have found out how to tell fresh eggs It Is a useful niece ofCVnowl UBe and Invaluable to tho housowlfei Wlfo Well how Is It donor Husband You take the egg in your tans Sarah and bilk whatever you hlnk fi- tEdcdglagt tho rylncpu THE CAPTIVE BROWNIE How He Taught Roddy and Mil Brother a Lesson Wish I bad an Aladdins amp or a mnglc ring muttered Roddy dis consolatelyBut heard him say that so many times that I didnt notice the remark Roddy was always wishing for what he didnt have To give him some- thIng else to think about I suggested that wo take baseball gloves and a ball and go out In tho yard for a catchNow we kept what wo called our sporting goods in a great chest which we had discovered a long time ago In tho garret Mother was only too glad to havo us make use of It Inns much us she found baseballs and tops and shinny sticks scattered through out the house Brother Itoddy flung back tho lid of tho chest but Instead of selecting the gloves he stared Into the chest his eyes big with astonishment I looked In too and 1 spose I must havo looked just as surprls id For there on the bottom of the box was a tiny elf The manikin winked solemnly us and then went on examining the base Vail he held In his hands What do you use this forT he piped after a long scrutiny of Oi ball Noddy and I explained as clearly 4as wo could the rules of baseball All this seemed to Interest the elf greatly- I do believe said he that I could show you boys bow to pitch all sorts of magic curves and shoots Turning suddenly upon hUll llodJy demanded Then you understand magicHardly did the elf nod his head than Iloddy seized tho lid of the chest and I banged It shut crying to me Cornel help mo fasten It We mustnt let this little chap get away Wo can make him do magic for us While I thought It a shame to Im prison such a friendly little elf I thought Iloddy knew more about magic than I so I helped him look the chest Iloddy was Jubilant He could talk of nothing but what the elf should da for usWe shall keep him looked up until tomorrow By that time no doubt hell be willing to do whatever weiask Next morning we arose bright and I early As we made our way to the t Banged the Lid Shut chest Roddy whispered excitedly t First of all Im going to him learn uiy lessons for today Cautiously we unlocked tile makIcrack Then we opened the lid I couldnt see anything at all to told Roddy wed have to open It wider This we did carefully and fIfound to our amazement that the elf had disappeared And furthermore In place of our former baseballs and bats and gloves there were now tiny baseballs and gloves everything had I been changed to such n small site that you had to look twice before you could see It Iloddy picked up a wee note In tho bottom of tho chest This Is what ho read Dear Roddy I really wanted to be of service to you and your brother But I labor only for my friends It you will look at your baseball goods rhowever you will see that Ive dune some magic tar you I am going now tho same way by which I came You dont suppose that an elf who can ilo magic for others cant do a little for himself do you WIILLYKINStThere wasnt anything to do but whlsllo and Roddy nnd I did that dismally I didnt care so very vary much but Roddy has never censed to regret the abuse of his ono great op h partunlty Milwaukee Sentinel 1 tg f MY PAPAS SHOES Jlt I like to wear my papas shoes nut theyre quite wean for me An when I try to walk In em They turn around you see Detroit Tree Pres j nut Both Get r QWhat Is the dltteroncabotweea I a Gjovor conundrum solver and ama g jtot on a branch A Onelwlas riddles and the other H riddles twinsy 1 Finger Marks on Ale Glass Restore Lady Harts GemsR fNfatSter of Scotland yard Settles Intricate Jewel Mystery p By GEORGE BARTOfl Marvelous Insight of Shcr locI Holmes Prototype Rc peals a Professional Bandit in Man Servant ofSir Arch tbald Hunter TenTalc Im- pressI of Thirsty Thiefsj Digits on Receptacle and on Cab Door Furnishes Connecting Lins in Queer Robbery Solution ttA ttA ttA I John Mweeney for many years an In prctor dftecllv i at Scotland Yard Joni ago won a reputation on both sides of the Atlantic Ho lx am connected with the Xngllib police when quite younc and noon earned a transfer to the llureau or Criminal Investigation which Is belle Known tn tha American public as Scot germtowith morn as an example of the methods nursued by English ilnlecllves than as 1- JlHIna of Inspector Sweeneys Indl virtual skill TIM name of the neblemai permlaelbhlleenaewtery but the men facts though pre aentnl In remposlte form are true amI itsrwnfttrate that Sherlock Holmes Inn profrstlettalSir William And lady Hart had tin reputation of being the Inost hosiill ablo jmlr In all of Groat Britain am that Is Baying a good deal Thoy had a beautiful country soot just outahK of London where they entertained on A palatial scale Ou tho occasion to which tho pros rat story rrtors Sir William and Lad Hart finve a parUctttarlr elaborate af fair It was a seven day IHMHO party mclHdlNK with a brilliant lien There were some 40 g wt8 In all and tofu f ikwnTnMlT u W8 foetid to the royal family On the volng of lire moat llarttroust pave liMIt a Friday there was a great into over tpe tweratlolai for thp ball No one was Dare oxdtod than lady Item hIt And well might sun be for on that occasion shs was to wear for the first time a mag nificent creation from thuds Ho H ldM she was to dck horslf out In the Hart corns Anyone who has over had thu pleasure of tiMing those m- refold family heirlooms need not bo told that thoy are both unique and costly My lady had been busily engaged In hor boudoir with her mold for over I an hour She was all ready for the ball Everything was In placo ex copt the gems they lay on tho dress log table ready to bo fastened In Lady Harts corsage Tho clock on tho mantel pealed out seven silvery strokes Lady Hart looked at her mold She was a compassionate worn tan She said MMy child you look thoroughly ox haunted Im through with you for Una present I can attach tho jewels tto my droll without your aid Go to your room and rest and report to mo again at midnight Tho girl thanked her mistress and left tho room Lady heart gave u final survey of herself In the long pier mirror It was satisfactory Unt tho feminine desire to get tho judg ment of some one elso took posses peon of her mind Sho picked up tho Jewels and was about to put them on Tho largo one was magnificently beautiful It was a great ruby sur mounted with n glittering framework t of the purest diamonds Two others In tho Germs of crescents wore pure 1q- y pearls Altogether they represented a modest fortune Lady Hart heal is toted for a moment She wanted tot know what another woman would tlhlnk of her Parisian gown by Itself minus tho prestige which would be given It by tho famous gems Lady Sutherland her special friend was near by In n room on tho other side of tho corridor Sho laid the Jewels on tho drcsslngtablo and tripped out of tho room Sho was gono less than five minutes Tho Hart gems were gonol As the result of that John Sweeney detectiveInspector of Scotland Yard appeared on tho scene Sir William Joined him In the library and tho two men wont over all of tho facts In tho case The first order of the detective was that tho house thatno one should leave night It was then about ten Oclock without tho permission of the host Dotcctlvo Sweeney then Inquired about Lady Harts maid Site seemed u natural object of suspicion But It soon apncarca that tho young woman had n complete alibi It was proven that sho had gono to her room Imme diately after being dismissed by her mistress and being very tired had thrown herself on her couch and had slept soundly amid all tho excitement over tho stolen Jewels finally tho servants were brought Aa and cross que Uoned They ex hlblted all sorts of queer mental trait from gross stupidity to Imbecile In dlgnatlon Tho only testimony that had tho slightest value was given bj a port mold who said John Martin hat been seen in tho corridor leading U Lady Harts room about the time of thorobberyWho John Martin QuIckly queried tho detective Milo Is tho valet nnd attendant ol Sir Archibald Hunter replied the host Ho must be the mont Sir William smiled sarcasm ally Theres only ono flaw In that theory What Is Uf Sir Archibald And his attendant lotf yesterday I forgot to mention that when we wore going over the list of tho guests How can wo prom that It dont have to bo proven itt n fact I ocoompanlMl Sir Archibald to his carriage anti MW him drive off and his man was with hint0 That too had Tlw host smiled I think Its Rood for Sir Arch holds men After some further talk Sir Wll Mare sad Uw detective took a watt ghost the promts and made an ox animation of lock and bolts They strolled Into the grounds and Inter viewed the two gatekeeper The gatekeeper at the south entrance said ono of tho servants had brought hint a message that no one won to bo permitted to leave tho house that night Tho servant whom ho did not rucognUo then volunteered to stay on guard until hothe south gatekeep er Should go and glvo similar Instructions to the gatekeeper at tho north entrance Ho was gono but a few minutes but on his return the servant was nowhere to bo seen Detective Sweeney let out an ex clamation of Impatience Whats tho matter asked the hostThis man had no right to leave his post Dont you see that a regiment of thieves could escape whllo ho was away hut my dear sir replied Sir WII liam dont you understand that the servant remained hero while the man went to warn tho other gatekeeper And was gone when ho returned Oh said tho baronet easily I dont attach any significance to that Simply tho dereliction of a careless servant I doubt whether anyone has loft tho premises tonight Then one of your guests must be guilty retorted the detective quickly Stop stop at that was tho angry retort If you fled It necessary to sue poet my guests your work shall stop at once I propose that the credentials of every ono of your servants bo taro fully investigated and that tho ante cedents of every servant belonging to your guests bo probed Tho suggestion met with so much opposition that It was abandoned The detective remained In tho library until nearly midnight He seemed to have run up against a deed ttll nut ho had been doing a lot of thinking As ho started to leave ono of the servants tapped on the door What Is itrcrleU Sir William Im patientlyA for lord Mortimer was the response Lord Martlnfer was tho impecunious carl The host was Instantly all at tention Ho took the telegram and oxcused himself to the detective Pardon mo a moment until I give this to Mortimer Ho left tho room and was gone 10 or 16 minutes Ho returned with a perplexed look What Is It asked the detective Mortimers not In his room and I cant locate him anywhere Qf course be said almost rudely theres no significance In his ab senco from his room lies about somewhere Of course assented Sweeney tactfullyThe remained at the house all night When he departed for Scotland Yard In the morning he carried I mFfI1R7G GOlIT t with hljn an ordinary drinking glass a dirty glass that looked as If It might have contained stale ale tho night before Ho had picked It up In one of tho rooms of the house and the care he bestowed upon It almost bordered on tho ludicrous Ho seemed particularly anxious not to permit the glass to rub against anything An hour later a chance visitor at Scotland Yard might have witnessed a curious experiment being made with an ordinary drinking gloss Tho ex periment was a success Tho opera tive discovered on the glass tho Im prints of four fingers and a thumb The marks were perfectly distinct and tho finger nod thumb prints had been reproduced perfectly on sensitized paper A visit to tho office of the railroad company resulted In finding the con ductor who had charge of that par ocular train lie remembered that one passenger had boarded tho traIn at the fetation Did ho go on to London Z he was askecIwas response ed at the first station this side of London Tho trail was becoming Interesting It was followed until It led to the station this side of London Tho only cabman at that station was awakened from his slumbers to answer the ques dons of tho detective He was atypical night hawk Yes ho had answered ho had ono customer that night Could he let the representa tive from Scotland Yard look at his cab Most assuredly ho felt oomph mented at such attention Tho ram shackle old vehicle was found In the stable A careful examination was made The result was remarkable There were Ova distinct spots on the dirty cab door and they wore the imprints of four fingers and a thick thumb Most startling of all the prints on the cab door and those on tho un washed glass were Identical Cabby said the detective you know where you took your customer last nlghtZ- Tho cabman harnessed up his ve hide and drove off with the detective as his passenger In about ten min utes ho halted before a meanlooking frame house In the suburbs Sweeney alighted and rapped at thu door vig orously After n long wait a smooth shaven man In his shirt sleeves responded Tho detective was keyed upto his responsibility He did not glvo tho man tlmo to speak but said sharplyGood morning Mr Martin Tho man drew back How did you know ho began then changing his manner to ono of defiance ho cried My names not MartinOh yes It Is was the cheerful rev sponse youro John Martin Well was the dogged response what do you want I want Lady Harts gems snapped the detective That night John Martin was behind prison bars and Lady Harts precious gems had been restored to hor John Martin proved to bo a profes sional thief On numerous occasions ho had acted as art extra servant at house parties Forced references and a month of faithful servjco enabled him to get a position with Sir Archi bald Hunter who was tho respected younger son of an aristocratic but not particularly weaffhy family In duo course of time ho formed ono of the inhabitants of Sir William Harts house 1n tho name and capacity of John Martin valet and attendant to his master Sir Archibald Martin made a great show of In structing the servants but his solo object was to become InUmately acv CSfqual- nted v with tho geography of the house Under the gulso of carefully examining possible exits in case of fire of arranging where hydrants should bo stationed Inspecting the wIn- dows doors and staircases and the general structure of tho house Martin was not only able to get an accurate Idea of where the various rooms were situated but he became acquainted also with many points of detail Impor tant to his contemplated enterprise He left Sir Williams louse with his master on the night before tho con cluslonof the house patty so that his alibi In that connection was secure enough but ho made It a point to re turn on the following night Being well known to all of the servants he met with no obstacle nnd actually found his way to the corridor of the second story leading to Lady Harts room He bad not thought of robbery at that particular moment but the sight of Lady Hart leaving her room and tho jewels lying exposed on the dressing tablo proved too strong a temptation for his avaricious nature Ho quickly slipped In put the Jewels In his pockets and then calmly mIn- gled with the other servants Later on ho was tho tuna who went out to tho gatekeeper and Instructed him not to permit anyone to leave tho house that night and after sending tho man on a fools errand ho coolly marched out of tho grounds He took the first train to tho London suburb and hoped by the next day to be ablo to dispose ot his loot His ono mis take was In pausing In tho servants hall long enough to drink the ale out of a dirty glass Tho Impress of his fingers on the glass and on the cab door at the suburban station proved to bo his undoing and furnished food for contemplation in the long term ol penal servitude to which he wag sentenced DAVID AND- GOLIATH Sunday School Lesson for Aug 9 1908 SpeclaBy Prepared for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXT 1 Samuel 173843 Memory verso 4S 43 GOLDEN TEXTIn the Lord put I my trustPsalm 11LeTIME It Is hla anointing was David victory over Goliath Prof Beecher Imagines It to be about four years hither gives B C toes for the date- PLACRThe Philistines lived In the plain bordering the Mediterranean south west of Palestine The armies wore gathered at Kphesdammlm the boun dance of blood toward the head of the valley Elah running up from the Phil istine country toward Jerusalem The scene of the battle was 14 miles southwest of Jerusalem and ten miles wet of Dethlehetn Comment and Suggestive Thought A guiding Providence la plainly dis- cernedI in this story the meaning of each part being unseen till the result showed the reason for every stop The significance of Providence Is often I written as with Invisible Ink and can not be read till the consummation la reached The three oldest of Davids I brothers were in the army of Saul only about ten miles from home and Jesse feeling anxious for news about them sent David to the camp with some fresh provisions for the soldiers there as often in later wars furnished their own supplies It was the fortieth day of Goliaths challenge when David reached the camp and heard his haughty words lie soon took In the state of affairs His inquiries and comments brought upon him the rebuke of hIs oldest brother But he kept on till his words came to tho ears of SaulSaul was convinced by two argu ments 1 The courage skill and power shown by David In slaying a lion and a bear In defense of his sheep 2 Ills trust in God as his deliverer from the paw of the lion and the paw of the bear What God has enabled one to do is the proof of what ho can do in the future as well as a preparation for do- Ing It Davids WeaponsVs 3840 Saul was far from seeing the advantage of Davids use of the weapons in the use of which ho had gained great skill Hence he began by putting on David his own armor the best the kingdom afforded But this was worse than useless and David put it off V 40 Ho took his staff His shep herd staff and means of offense and de fense in days when no firearms ex isted A shepherds staff from Pales tine In my study Is a heavy oak club Five smooth stones Smooth In order to move straight to the mark five so that if one failed other would bo on hand Such pebbles as David would choose would weigh between six and fifteen ounces In a shepherds bag a scrip As the shepherd is over moving In search of pasture and water he Is very often far from his headquarters and there fore ho carries slung over his shoulder a skinbag primarily to contain his bread olive berries raw onions and dried fruIt figs or raisinsJere Howie In Sunday School Times The forelegs tied together form the handle of the scrip His sling was In his hand A sling skilfully used was by far the best weapon with which to do feat a huge mailed warrior It could DO used from a safe distance but was very powerful David bad doubtless become accurate with his sling as a means of defense as the Benjamltes In the time of the Judges everyone could sling stones at a hairbreadth and not miss Judg 2016 V 41 And the Philistine came on In his shining armor with his dread ful clanking tramp under the hundred weight of metal Conder suggests that they walked down the stream on eIther bank conversing as they wentV 43 Cursed David by his gods These gods were such as Dagon Baal and Astarte The combat thus became a question not merely between David and Goliath but between God and Idols between true religion and false as Davjd fully expressed in his answer to the giant v 46 that all the earth may know that there Is a God In lamely 47 The battle Is the Lords who will defend his own cause and not only had moved David to learn his weapon but guided tho stone to Its markV 48 David hastened and ran giving Impetus to his sling and a nearer mark for accuracy So Paris In the Iliad With his full strength he bent his angry bow And winged the feathered vengeance at the foe V 49 David took thence a stone and slang It On wings of faith and prayer the smooth stone took its fatal flight And smote the 1lilllstlno in his forehead The stone either entered a point unprotected tho helmet or It may even have penetrated and passed through the helmet Itself Prof W II Green Practical Points Tbo combat between David and Oollath tea many points which Illus trate and symbolize the conflict between good and evil In the world a conflict into which every one old or young should enter There Is a personal conflict with evil as when Christ fought thb battle of temptation in the wilderness The church cannot succeed with f worldly weapons David preparation for his groat vic tory came through dally faithfulness David showed the daring and hero lam of faith It Lo J 4 JJ J L J 1IJ J J I 4 JIJ- ao East Kentucky Correspondence i o i News You Get Nowhere set iIIcortupondeuc pibliibrd ntlwi fl ti la till by tin writer Thi name Mt for ribllMttoi kit a u trldiae tl roo4 Ultt WrtU plainly 81 0 I fi o eooeo oo e II WHITLEY COUNTY conniN CorbIn July 20 The Southern Show Co exhibited here the last week It was the first show for the past three months Belvo Smith tt Laurel County Is visiting friends here for a few daysC H Parsons has gone to London tc do some brisk wbrk Arley Dunagan went with hlmThe sanctified people of oat city closed a protracted meeting that has beer going on for the past three weks They had many con verts There was a large crowd in town Saturday from all parts of the county Corbln ball team played MWdlesboro the 18th the score be ing 2 to 1 In favor et Mlddlcsboro Tils Is the first time Corbin has lost sinus the red skins played them corbin played London boys the score being 5 to 2 In favor of Cor- bl1lRpv H F Dunagan has gone tu Calahan school house to hold a- Iprotracted Insetting Willie Duna Miss Nettle Jones went to the sanctified meeting Sunday night Crls Tliton and Mica Minnie Sher man were married Thursday We wish them much joy and happiness In their undertakings CLAY COUNTY UUIOUTSJlADC Brigblrhado July 21 The Flat Lick Stave Co have sold their store here to Robert King W T Gar lard Is here putting a number of teams on thE road between here and ii Flat Lick a hauling staves Oliver Wagers purchased a mule and wagon 1 from E 0 Saulsberry and has taken a job of hauling staves Chas f bookkeeper Coins who wat clerk and for Flat Lick Slave Co has en tered the prcfesslon again Little Is being tald about the race for the Republican nomination for circuit judge the two aspirant for the nom ination Wm Lewis aad Judge Faulk peoplethem The corn crop alter the recent rains Potatoes have been damaged by the drouthTempe Smallwood wife of Ellas Smallwood died last week of a complication of diseases and was Interred here Wed nesday Tho schools have begun In this locality M H Frederick teach I at Mud Lick Henry Mills at Asher Fork and Henry Short at Mill Greek The Clay County Teachers Institute will convene August 1 Prof Coutes will be the Instructor SEXTONS CREEK Sfttons Creek July 24Crops look prosperous in this community The public school began Monday the 20th with an attendance of sixty pupils the first day Carl Woods died Sunday tight after an Illness of sever al weeks Nurm Wilson was thrown from a hay rake last week and very badly hurt Born to the wife of Nathan Sparkc a fine girl Misses Susie and Emma Singleton of Cradle tow vVIted Sarah Saylor of Taft Saturday and Sunday Bill Saylor and wife of Bllltown Ky visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Charley Bowles of Jack son County was In this part doing dental work last week Bode Sand tin who has been gone all summer H turned home a few days ago Sunday School Is progressing nicer ly at this place Sunday School rally at Sextons Crec on the sec cad Saturday in August A nice tune li expected Willie Noe s very 111 at present with typhoid OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City July 23J R Banks left today for a two months visit o Kellyvlllc OklaMr and Sirs t Dcnlel Bowman and granddaughter who have been visiting friends and relatives hero for tho past three weeks left today for their home in Eerea N W Burch has recently moved into the house with Enoch Banks Both are representing the B J TL Liniment CoRcr Harvey Johnson filled his regular appointment at Oai Grove Saturday night with a large attendance J T Gentry left yesterday for London D G Wood of Jackson County was on Island Creek today Married at tie brldeo home July 22 Miss Haggle Edwards tc Luther Hicks Wal ter the little son of Jas Burch is still Ill with lung trouble W O Allen sheriff of this county was on Island Creek this week Rhoda An derson was the guest ot David Chad well Monday evening News 1 llsai S I et W oeoe cete eeeo of I reached here that Carry Hosklna of Jackson County has been appointed postmistress at Boonevllle YU CRT Vincent July 26CIops are cut short by tho long continued drouth Andy Thomas of make was the guest of T r Venable Saturday and Sunday William Combs and wife me now residing In the house re cently occupltd by Miss Turner W C Ham ton is on the road again with the Rochester Nursery Co Uncle Robt KIdd of Madison County s visiting frietds and relatives in and around Vincent at prevent The s hool at Vincent Is progressing nice ly with W H Venatle as teacher John Maya of Laurel County is tre guest of Patrick Mayse at pres eutW H Venable visited friends and relatives on Island Creek Su- ndayRobert Botner and Miss Fannie Scott both of Travelers Rest were quietly married Thursday the 24th at the brides home J C Bonier and sens are repairing their old store room att present JACKSON COUNTY Me KICK McKee July 20The little child of James Robins that had been sick for some time died last Satur day night and was burled Sunday evening In fccKee cemetery Quite a crowd from this place attended the funeral service of Mrs Brumback at Oak Grovs Sunday Messrs J R Hays and R M Bradshaw who have jUt taken a weeks vacation are back at their work J F Dean took Mr Hays work In the Jackson Coun ty Bank while he was absentThe public school at this place began last Monday with G W Rader in charge G I Rader is planning to erect a new dwelling on his lot recently pur abased of Stephen Bowles Mrs Stephen Bowles Is visiting her daugh ter in Loulcvllle Mr VanZanter held open air services In front f J S Reynolds Sunday evening McKee July 27Revs Mr Ball and Mr Roberts held a series of meetings here last weekJ H Rey nclds has moved his kit of tools to Gray Hawk to help erect a new store house for W R Engle The public school here Is getting along nicely with G W Rader as teacher County Judge J F Engle purchased Samuel Hollanswortha town property last week at 1360An attempt was made by some prisoners to burn the jail last Thursday night They succeeded in getting it afire but Sheriff Lalnbart discovered It in time to stop it before much damage was done Upon investigation it a1 reared that all five of the prisoners had a band in ItJohn Farmer at tended the Interment of the remains of his brother Neal Farmer at Maul den last SundayrARROT Parrot July 27D M Ferrys ag ent was here last week taking up consignments of garden seedsJ H Hundley had a few hundred cross ties Inspected and sold last week Lewis Cuangm Ir traveling now for Roosa fi Ratliff Chemical Co Tan bark hauling Is going on hero nowCorn Crops are growing considerably since the recent rains Wheat threshing was a leading Industry here last v oekJl II Cole of Hurley was here shopping TuesdayJohn Cabbage is working at the Hundley C Gabbard saw mill John Jones Is a candidate for constableJ H Hund ley Is a candidate for sheriff of Jackson County Grant Hundley of Pigeon Roost was visiting his brother J H Hundley at this place Sunday nfght- MILDltED Mildred July 18Crops are look Iiil fairly well In this section Jna Dunigan went to Lee County Tues day on buslntss The Hon Jas H Moore has returned home from Rich mond and Berea where he has been foj a few wtks on business Mag tile Welch who has been so poorly is able to iu out again Robert Welsh was visiting at Maneden Sun dayOur school will begin Monday with W K Jones as teacher Thos Morris of Oln was the guest of his mother Tuesday night Jas Towles has returned from Owen County where he ban been visiting friends and relatives for a fi w days Mr and Mil W K Jones are planning to go to Richmond soon to see Mrs Jones father Rev J N Culton Hay making and berry picking are all the eo now Mr Hobert Welch while cutting grass bad his colt jump before the cycle and cut off one of its hind feel Corn h selling here I at 100 and 125 UOU1ILKLIC- KDoublcllck July 24J W Fowler of Berov passed thru here enroute home from Grave Lick where he has hcu on business Abner Witt and Lucinda Smith of this place were recently married at the home of the grooms brother The groom is about fifty years od and the bride is quite young Directly after the wedding tho bride and groom went South on their honeymoon Their many friends wish them n very pleasant trip Rev James Lunsford has been hold Ins a protracted meeting at Pine Grove which has now closed with 30 additions to the chucrh Corn crops art looking much better since the rain last week John Abrams lost a fine mne last weekCharlle Jones of East B rnctBdt visited friends at Dcublellck last week Canning ber ries is nil tho go In this part Mrs Sarah Hollati of Louisville is visiting home Polka at Eglon UCULBT- Hurley Jtiy 3lrc Ned Lake to visiting her daughter Mr Brad Icy Galbard B H Cole is working ftr Wesley Angel this week Amos McCollum Is in Franklin 0 Jerome Hellard passed thru Monday and atdjed all night with John Roberta Several people visited Mr and Mn Frank Gabbard Sunday Pollle Mc Collum was the guest of LoWe Cole Wednesday alght Mis L J Cole visited her aged grandfather Uncle Wesley Gabbard Monday John Rote is very lowMrs Pearlle GaoWd continues to be very poorly KKUIJY KNOB Kerby Knob July 27lIss Bertha Broughton cf near Waco will be gin teaching the Sinking Valley sctool July 2The school at this plnce Is in session now with Miss Laura Hatflcld ns teacher We had a splendid time Chlldrcns Day on the thud Snndny1 M Broughton of near Waco stayed over night with Jnmes Click Tuesday night on his way to McKee We aw having some fine showers frequently which are making the crops look prosperous John Dean who Is lu business at Berea called to see his grandmother Sunday last Mlw Mollie and Ber tha Pearson visited Mlw Flossie and Frankie Powtll Saturday night W B Baker Is painting Jas Clicks houses this week Nannie Williams was the guest of her sister Mrs Lucy Baker last week near Hugh Mr anJ Mrj James Williams spent Sunday with Late Williams and fam lIylrf Martha Click who has been staying with her son James for a while will now spend a few weeks with her sou Tom CllckTr and Mrs Jar Click spent Sundaywith Coo Johnson and family Mr Will Jones and two children of Bear Wallow vIMted Jas Click Sunday last AWNVILL- EAnnvllle July 27Jobn Dyche and wife of London are visiting at the home of Mrs Dyches father Uncle Hanlbal Nantz this week Revs Z Ball Martin Roberts and James Bak er have teen holding a protracted meeting at Conway last week Misses Sarah Johnson and Mangle Bowling visited Mrs Nancy Johnson Sunday William Isaacs Is at home tbe week from a drumming trip Misses Rattle and Pearl Medlock Oma Akeman and Messrs Robt John ton and Walter Medlock attended church at Conway tietsterdayMiss- Clarinda Roark wlPls teaching Gteen Hill school Is having fine suc cess Georgia Akeman spent Sat urday night with her grandmother Dr A T Neal and wife attended church near Welchburg Saturday ev ening Tom Medlock and wife visited their daughter Mrs Sallie Cala han near McKee Saturday and Sunday HMMASTLE CtUiTV LIVINGSTON Livingston July 19 Crops are small but prosperous W F John sen of Peoples is visiting relatives Mrs S E Hfcllard Is very low with stomach troubleThos Burton Is planning to go to New Mexico for his health The Baptist church has changed Its preacher Born to the wife of H If White u glrJII W Bowman west to Cincinnati Monday to secure repairs for his mill T M Dees went to Pfoples Friday on business Capt Wilson and J W Angel were In town ThursdayRobt and Alph Pike went to Richmond with a herd of cattle and sheep Moa Bowman is getting betterP W Durbin who has been sick is some betterFrank Moxie of Jelllco Tenn wan In town Friday on busl nCEE Egbert Hays got his foot mash ed very badlyIrtOONE Boone July 27Mrs Daisy Lam bert has been suffering very much from tho effects of stepping on a tall Some 01 the boys were very busy Saturday clearing off the church yard Tames Lambert It having n now house built Mines Hattle and Minnie Poyntfcr visited Minnie Levett Saturday Mrs T S hicks of near Copper Creek visited friends hero SundayCorn crops arc looking fine In this section Mrs Jess Wren visited Mrs Joe Wren SundaySun day School is getting along nicely at thlll plbceW S Grant and J N Johnson of this place went to Illinois one da last week where they ex pect to reside for some time Addle Hicks went to Borea one day last week Rena Smith wac the guest of Bertha Rich near Rockford Sun dayLaura little daughter of Mr Berry Collins Is reported quite sick UAULKY Gauley July 28J C Bullock W H and Dan Ponder attended the picnic at Livingston Bradley Robin son went to Mt Vernon Sunday Ben Brummett returned Saturday from an extended visit near Conway Henry Pace while plowing the oth er day fell and broke his left arm but is recovering very rapidly We have some warm races for school trustees Rev D Parker will preach ai Red Hill Sunday Ithn Bond re turned Sunday from Indiana where he has been since last fall Several cf our young folks attended church at Pleasant Run SundayWm Ponder of Clay County visited J W Ponder last week Some of our boys are going to Carlco today to attend the burial of Dan Lear who has been a sufferer of lung trouble for sometime He passed away Sunday night AUNTY FOX Fox July 70are having plenty of nice showers now Ed Gallager went to Irvine on business A great many people of our town attended tho dedication of the new Christian church at Corlth todayD M Click and daughter Viola and Myrtle Wink visitingfrtendsMrs Sallie Moberly and two babies were the guests of Mrs Anno Click Sucday Chag lisle and Ben Boggs were thru hero last Wednesday H Hunt and family of Ford aro vis iting Mrs Hunts parents Mr and Mn J A Johnson Tile John li gasoline passenger boat of College HID Is doing a good business now The Nettle Grant steam packet nt Louisville Is cmployd by tho J IU Armstrong Co which Is bulHiorT lock No 12 In the Kentucky River just above Irvine MUscs Viola Click and Myrtle Winkler Messrs D M Click S R Powell and Alfred John sen hall a pleasant trip to lock No 11 Saturday Willie Fields Is expected to be along tile river soon to meas ure timber Mr Fields is running n saw mill near the mouth of Otter Creek Harland Richardson who haa been at work on lock No 12 near Irvine has moved back to our town Mrs N E Curtis Miss May Curtis and Grandma Curtis and Mrs F C Click were tho guests of Mrs Anne Click last Wednesday HAMILTON 0 LETTER Hamilton July 7Caleb Powers who hat been before the public eye fc eight years and was recently par timed by Governor Wlllson of Kentucky lectured at Mlama Valley Chautauqua Wednesday afternoon Jnly 22 The new auditorium which stats 5000 people was filled with an enthusiastic audience eager to we anti hear the noted Powers lIe said In part I was confined In Kentucky Jolla continuously for eight years three month and three days on tho charge of alleged complicity In the murder of Senator Wm Goebel I My Senalo for the Republican party never acknowledged him goer nor I was twice sentenced to life imprisonment and once to death M Powers at this pave a brief review of hit early life showing that he had taught in the public schools of Knox County Kentucky during the years of his early manhood and was Fleeted and reelected to the of I County bowman Athol Cia E tlll CountyTalllha Hippftor R lane Orore Sallie M Kindred Brunch JM flees Jackson County llWIIIUinn Dr A T Neal J M Bailejr Bradihaw Anna Bottom J W ETtrurtrn Jaclton Ceuutr Bank N J flee of superintendent of schools in his native county stating that ha was a graduate of law from the Valapario Ind University and bad taken postgraduate course under FxGov J Proctor KnoU of Danville Ky and also that hi WM elected Secretary of State on the Republican ticket with ExGov Taylor Ho olio said f feel that 1 hive boon thoroly vindicated the the Juries did not agree on n erdlct at any ono of the ilirto trials OH I WOJId have preferred Mr Powers IB In 111 health and the lecture and shaking hands with so man was a great effort for him Ho hart gone to Niagara Falls to recuperate and had not intended to accept anv tho lecture plulform but so many for his story und he finally consented Cincinnati It now ready for Notifica tion Day Tuesday Jtly 28 A tre mendous crowd is expected Secre tary Taft arrived Saturday night at his brothers P Tofts on Pike The official program Is an nounced to be as follows 7 a m Salutes from hilltops Mule In pub II places during tho day 930 a m Ping raising In grounds of Chas P Taft Ceremonies to consist of n vcKAtloc singing and raising and jrccptlng flair 1045 a m Escort Notification Committee Hotel Sinton tc residence of Chas P Taft Wm 11 Taft Informally Noti fication Committee 12 mSec Taft will be escorted to a platform erect td on tbe lawn of Chas P Tafts res Idtnco where be will be notified of his nomination and deliver speech of fctccptancc 2 p ra Review of March ing Clubs by Sea 3 p mDay 1ribl flnworki on Government Square 390 p m Automobile ride of the Notification Committee thru suburbs S p m Releasing of thousands of laioona in different parts of the city S p m Flrt works display and con cert at Eden Notification 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