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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I I I I I I I nI- II 0- IEREA PUILISHINQ G0- frsteoattossansrl o- ITUIIT FUST Mgr U- A4RedertatloAoylaas5err III avaawwd S- aae Vea nW t- Cr 10 THE CITIZENDevoted the Interests the Mountain People IVolX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 61908 One Dollar a year NO6 Well all go to the Fair and have a good time Thursday Friday and Saturday- The grounds are in fine condition just like a nice park GOOD RACES EACH DAY Music by Richmond Military Band a NEWS Of THE WEEK Government to Push Standard 01- 1CasesMillion Dnar FirePres Ident has Vacation- GOVERNMENT TO PUSH STAND ARD OIL CASEIt baa been an nounced by Attorney Oeneral Dona rwto that every effort would te made to secure a revision ot the re cent decision of the United States Court of Appeals In the cue of the Standard Oil Co of Indiana Two counts were open to Mr Bonaparte one to apply for n rehearing the other another trial He chose tho rehearing and li going to ask for a revision of the decision of Judge Landls MILLION DOLLAR FIRE The Lurllngton elevators B and F In Chicago were destroyed by flro Mow day The fire was so hot that the fiirntoD could not get closer than a locJt hem Jt Tho total lots estimated Is 1000000 PRESIDENT HAS VACATION President Roosevelt sprat Thursday II Sagamore Hill Oyster Day without a ntnle Miler Such R dy he baa not spent since tie bas been away from the White Henie Gen Wrigk- called Friday to dtecttM several sub lets among wbWa was the condition In the Canal zone TAFT RACK IN VHWHJCIA Judge Taft sad party reached Hot Springs Va at 1030 oclock Thursday Th tit war made without incident Frank Hitchcock and Arthur Vorys are to be the first important visitors Judge Taft will address the Virginia Ear Association which meets there this week His speech will be non- It01Itlcnl GREAT FIRE IN CANADA About one hundred and fifty people have iwrlshrd In tho gnat fires that art sweeping Elk Valley River in Canada Fnr the past month forest fires havo been raging In the mountains of Elk River Valley About 6000 people are homelss and about 8000 000 worth of property Is gone Femie and Coal Creek have been completely destroyedCONSERVATIVES WINTbe vet ers of Cuba have recently given the Conservatives a victory in all parts of tuba The Conservatives were overthrown In 190G by Liberals which bought the American intervention The victory seems to be an interna tional joke played on the defeated party of 190G FOUR NEGROES LYNCHED Four negroes were taken from the Russelvllle jail Saturday morning and to of hanged Just collide ot town The negroes bad attempted to prevent the nest of Rufus Drowder a negro who shot and killed J F Cunning ham a prominent young farmer The tegroes are said to have belonged to a secret society who congregated to conrplre against the whites The mob consisted of about 300 masked men who after hanging the men gave warning to the rest to break up their lodges None of the mob have been Identified BEREA FAIR The B rea Fair which began this morning Is expected to be a crown Ing success It will continue three days Thursday Friday and Saturday The premiums are tetter this year than usual and the accomodations are better also Passenger rates are given on all rallrads for a considerable distance Absolutely good order te guaranteed and everybody is ex pected to have a nice time The Be rm Fair is getting bettor each year under the management of C C Rho des President ACCIDENTLY KILLED many friends In Berea and ITho ut Eastern Kentucky of the J101l1dll of Ky oftthe death last Saturday of Mr E H liolllditv the father of 0 D Holllday of Berea who was killed near his home by being thrown from a wagon In a runaway Mr Holllday was one of the leaders of his community and hisehard work his great ability and his steadfast stand for what he believed to be best for tho people won him a circle of friends such an few men could greatIItrust Mm lie leaves a wife nine bays and two daughters to mourn his I death He was burled in the old Holllday cemetery In Prrry County Invited to the Wedding chattingItheir dearest friends When the latest gossip had been exchanged Mabel said to Amy My dear what do you think 1 re ceived an Invitation to Mr Busker Titles wedding yesterday Did you replied Amy In evident surprise I wonder why he didnt send me one and I wonder who has taken enough pity on the freak to consent to be his wife Do please tell roe thatWell it was I that be invited to his wedding I am sure that we both althoughItyou an Invitation Detroit Free Press The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds JIll Richmond Ky AUGUST 18 19 20 AND 21 1908 V FOUR GREAT DAYS Liberal Premiums Fine Music Floral Hall 1 1 500 Driving Wagon Given Away On the first day of the Fair the holder of each Ocent admission ticket or each two 25 cent admission tickets will be entitled to a guess on the total paid attendance at the Madisou County Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday the first two days of the fair To the party guessing the exact paid attendance or the closest to the exact paid attendance of days will be awarded a Runabout ruber tire strictly highclass an valuedat 11000 Only those who pay for tickets the first day will be given a guess tree tbe 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 the Driving Wagon should be inducement enough Remember the Fair dates Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 18 19 20 and 21 1908 tJ TAFTS ALL RIGHT This is the campaign slogan which came to the lips of everybody when they read the Republican candidates speech of acceptance of the nomination last week and it is one which will swell in volume thru the campaign His speech alone even without the long and fine record which Mr Taft has made as a public servant is enough to prove that he Is fully worthy of the great office for which be is a candidate and that speech will be the strongest kind of weapon in the hands of Republican orators during the coming months The issues of the campaign could not be more clearly stated than in the words Mr Taft uses The question which is agitating the whole country is that of the regulation of the great trusts and indus powerthntprosperIty of their power are admitted by all and no one denies the need of some kind of reform What shall this reform be f This is the issue In other words shall we go on with Mr Roosevelts reforms or try another brand prepared by Mr Bryan Bryan says his are the best and are the real thing that is necessary to follow up what Roosevelt has done Are they f Roosevelt thinks not Following are the words in which Mr Taft answers tbat question and they show clearly the BryanisThe Democratic platform Taft says does not propose to de stroy the plants of the trusts physically but it proposes to do same thing in a different way To take the course suggested by theI Democratic platform in these matters is to involve the entire policyIsohlof difference between the Republican and Democratic platforms is the difference which has heretofore Ijtsm seen between the policies of Mr Roosevelt nnd those advocated by Mr Bryan Mr Roosevelt wouldcompel the trusts to conduct their business in a lawful manner andsecure the benefits of their operation and the maintenance of the whileIThis is a fair statement of the difference between the Republican clearlythereTile other most important part of Mr Tafts speech is that which tells what be will plan to do if elected He says that the chief duty of tho next administration will be to provide machinery for the enforce byIwhich are now on tho statute books is one of the most serious evils of the day and that there is no machinery which will work either easily or well to make them come to time The people and Congress have prettywell determined the principles according to which business may now be done but the laws are not enforced and what is more it is almost impossible to enforce them and entirely impossible to do more than make a few prominent examples of the biggest lawbreakers Means of making the lawbreakers come to time Mr Taft says are the great need nnd these it will be his plan and duty to provide He goes into some detail as to the ways which he will take to do this and there will doubtless be some discussion of the suggestions he makes which are to numerous and too complicated to be reviewed here But this problem being stated there is no doubt that there is no man living more able than Mr Taft to carry on the work His great ability as a lawyer and leis long experience in public work have given him a training for this difficult and important work such as probably no man in this country not even Roosevelt enjoys Con trasted to his ability and training Mr Bryans lack of experience thorolythenot One other thing about Mr Taft needs to be discussed His enemies are saying that when he is elected he will do as Roosevelt says and that no matter where Roosevelt is the latter will really be the head of the government They say that Mr Taft has no opinions of his own and is in fact only Roosevelts shadow IB this true and if true how bad a fault is it 1 Iu the first place it is not true Mr Taft and Mr Roosevelt thingshethought of having him in the Cabinet It was largely because of his belief in them that he was chosen an an assistant to the thingsthatopinions just as much as for Roosevelts But if he were simply Roosevelts shadow what better recom mendation could ho have r Roosevelts policies have become the principles of the republican party or rather Roosevelt has been the man who has put together into solid shape the principles which the approvedbypaign is an to how those policies can best be carried on No man would be fit to represent tho Republican party who did not believe in them and 110 man would be fit to be a Republican president who did not intend to carry them on and complete the work Mr Roosevelt countrydTaft is all right Ho is all right because he is the candidate of the Republican party which intends not to destroy wealth but to manage it BO that it can do no harm and the greatest good he is all right because he knows what is necessary to carry out this plan he is all right because he has the ability and training to enable him to do it in the wisest way he is all right because he believes in what he is standing for he Is all rigbt because the people are behind him and he is going to win You bet Tarts all right u KY t is as necessary to the individual farmer salaried man I j II We invite your account P Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmore J J Moore J W Herndon ET Fish W H Porter Chas Burdette I F Dean I 4 PER CENT PAID ON 4e + IN STATE Misterious Cavern New Paper Wlllson Determined MYSTERIOUS CAVERNA deep cavern heretofore unknown to tho outside world Is said to have been discovered in Edmondson County It Is possibly the most wonderful cavern in the world The mouth is nar row about 25 feet wide the floor slopes downward about twentyfive degrees and after going down down about 1000 feet deep and about three miles Into the earth you suddenly come to a waterfall that blocks the way The water falls to unknown depths as not the slightest sound of the felling can be heard A visit to this cavern Is very trying on the nerves and takes a very brave heart to make the visit a weekly paper in London about Au gust 20 by the veteran editor John Pearl The new paper will be Dem ocratic It is reported that a com modious building will be erected es pecially for the new paper Several prominent Democrats in Laurel County are interested Mr Pearl pur cbaeed most of his machinery from the Berra News Company WILLSON DETERMINED Gov Willson received a letter from Vlce President Rawn of the Illinois Cen eTI L n 0- I iidly eiS oaosoSooososeoooeotsosoreoM Berea Bank Trust Co BEREA Business Systeml ortmanufacturingplant systematizeyour andtheCAPITAL 6000000 Surplus 1000000 DIRECTORS INTEREST SAVINGS OUR OWN Arrangementshave and 4carefully tral Railroad stating that Immediate = following the burning of the threeIIy he received word that If the troops were not removed off the right away that more destruction would follow Vicepresident asked GOT Willson to move them off and the governor In reply told him that he would not move them If that was themjHtthey could best perform their duties It has been rumored that an effort will be made to freeze out the soldiers In the tobacco district ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE profeseorof Sociology and Economics at Tran sylvania University Lexington has been granted a leave of one years absence to go to New York City for some special soclolgy work An artIce In the Lexington Herald says During his stay In Lexington Dr Hubbell has made a largo number of friends and especially among the students at the University who will regret much to learn of his years absence Under his direction the first class in Kentucky Sociology in the history of the State was organized last spring In the college life he has been a leader In the faculty Hubta member of a number of ed ucational societies and Is particular ly admired as a man who does things RESOLVED tHArYcu WILL BE TAKEN OFF YOUR FEET WHEN You SE- EtHE BARGAIN AWE NOW OFFER BU5TERBROWftu crviIrnereeufewrc4 O y7 TAKEN wfti YOITB PBrT YoUwIFYOUHAVE 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 AND IT MEANS 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 Get Mire BOB HAMPTON of PLACItB- ylANI4lL PARD5UIlUnIR fJfllKRlIl5fAJllIt tflfflllfIi- Jl Qdflc- aeraxvr7sareracanriuo s IX SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In from Fort Dethuno trapped by Indiana In a narrow KOrge Among them to a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of also OIIIU the post trader and hU daughter OIllls and e majority or tho soldier are killed dur Ins a three days sleirc Hampton and the from the Indians PlalnsUCOmpanout A Urant In command find them and the girl atop at the Miners Home In niencnlcl Mrs Duffy proprIetress Mlesa311 ton talk the future over rtethe Kid She shows him her mother picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They lldeshe Mrs Herndon Nalda the Kidruns away from Mrs Herndon and rejoins Hampton lie Induces her tom and to hove nothing more to do with hIm Hampton plays hIs last game of cards He announces to Red Stavin that be has quit and then leaves Glen card atlas Phoebe Spencer arrives in Qlencald to teach IU nrst Mlas S eacsr meets Nalda Rev Wynkoop to She boards at Mrs Herndons Nalda and LJeut Brant again meet with nut ills knowing who she la She Informs l lm of the coming Bachelor club ball In honor of Miss Spencer Lleut Drnnt meets silent Murphy Cuatera noout He Report trouble brewing among the Sioux leoctal dimcultlea arise at the Bachelor clubs ball among tho admlrurs of nils Spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Bpen leer but she Is not hla acquaintance of the day before She tells him of and he accidentally meets her again as he U to ballroom with a tan for ika Spelcer Drant accompanIes Nelda tome rora the dance On tho way she Informs him as to who she Is and that she ls to meet Hampton Brant and lampion meet Hampton Informs the lieutenant that his attentions to Nalda must cease and proclaims an authority over her that JusUnes the statement Brant tells Hampton of the presence of Silent Murphy and the fact that HUvIn government messages for him Miss Spencer called on Bob Hamp ton Ttlls him of a redfaced stranger JnUtaklMff her for Nalda Brant Inter- Views Slavln Finds that he Is nn ex trooper In tho Seventh cavalry It was tUarlns and Murphys testimony that rnore than ten years before had convicted Robert Nolan then a captain In the Bev rnth of the murder of MaJ Brant 8r Hampton attempts to force a confession from Slavln Gavin Insists It Is Murphy he wants and Murphy has left In a scuffle Slarln Is k fed by a knife thrust Hampton surrendtrs to Buck Mason marshal Iob altlmpts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a hill and defend themselves Mob lights flre to burn them out Brant tolls Nalda that lie 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 fires set by the mob Brant carries the unconscious gambler through tho tines of fire Hamp ton Is taken to the hotel and Nalda comes to nurse him- CHAPTER XXIV Continued The Rev Mr Wynkoop always felt nereaely confident of nn uninterrupted welcome upon Sunday evenings after Bcnrlce while tho other nights of the week hero evenly apportioned between the two more ardent aspirants On Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings the Miners Retreat was a scone of wild hilarity for It was then that Mr Modal was known to be com Portably seated In the Herndon parlor relating gruesome tales of wild moun tain adventure which paled tho cheeks of his fair and entranced listener Then on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday night when Mr McNeil rode gallant ly in on his yellow bronco bedecked in all the picturesque paraphernalia of the boundless plains revolver swing tng at thigh his wide sombrero shadowing his daredevil eyes the front of the gay Occidental blazed with lights and became crowded to the doors with enthusiastic herders drinking deep to tho success of their representative It Is no more than simple Justice to the fair Phoebe td state that she was ea her aunt expressed It In a dread fill state of mind Between these two picturesque and typical knights of plain and mountain she vibrated un able to make deliberate choice While laboring In this state of indecision late one Wednesday night Moffat tramped heavily into tho Miners Re treat and called Long Pete Lumley over into a deserted corner of the barroom W llJiuk the latter began ex- pectantlykrltiev ye rallly got the cinch on thatf cowboy at last he11 Dora It all Pete Tm blamed If J know leastwise I aint pot no sure proveup I tell ye thct girls just about the toughest piece o rock I ever had any special pall to assay Yo see its this way Shes got some dura aowp east notion that shes got ter be rescued atiTborne away In the arms of her hero Ilka they do in them pesky novels tho Kids alters read In and so I reckon Ive got ter rescue tier Rescue her from whut Jack Well jo see Pete maybe Im part ly to blame Ive vorter boon enter talnln her nights with some stories icgardtn road agents an things o ihet sort while so fur as I kin lam thst blame chump of a McNeil hes Leon flllln her up scandalous with Inv juns until shes plum got em on the brain And now I reckon as how Its got ter be Injuas- Whuta got tcr be Injuns Why that outfit whut runs off with her of course I reckon you fillers will stand in all right ter help pull me out o1 this holot Long Poto nodded Well Pete this is bout whuts got ter be done ea near eo I kin finger It out You pick out mayoo half Jozen good fellers who kin keep their mouths abet au make Injuna out of em Then you lay fcr her say bout next Wednes day out in them Carte woods when eliei coniln home from school Ill I kinder naturally happen long by acci dent bout the head o tho gulch an jump in an rescue her SabeT Lumley gazed at his companion with eyes expressive of admiration By thunder if you havent got a cocoanut on ye Jack Lord but that ought to get her a flylnl Any shootln Sure Mortals faco exhibited a faint smile at these words of praise It wouldnt bo no great shucks of a rescue without an this ties got ter bo the real tiling Only I reckon yo better shoot high so thar wont bo no hurt done When the two gentlemen parted a few moments later the conspiracy was fully hatched all preliminaries per fected and tho gallant rescue of Miss Spencer assured Indeed there Is some reason now to believe that this desirable result was rendered doubly certain for as Moffat moved slowly past tho Occidental on his way homo a person attired In chaps and some brero anu greatly resembling McNeil was in tho back room breathing some final instructions to a few bosom friendsNow dontohany o you felle- rsobgo an ferget tho place Jump Inohllvely Just afore sheoh sits ter thct thick bunch ch under brush whar the trail sorter eh drops down inter the ravine An you chumps wantcr eh git yersclves up so she cant pipe nay of ye olrch In this yere ch roadagent act I tell yc after what thet ch Moffats Is Only Mr bin apumpln inter her sbes Just got ter boehrescued aa In blame good style erehIt aint no 10IOh you rest easy Bill chimed in Wlnn his black eyes dancing In anticipation of coming fun Well git up the orn ariost outfit whut over hit tho plke The tong shadows of tho late afternoon wen ilrcady falling ncroirf tho gloomy woods while the red sun sank lower behind old Dun moun Lain Rev Howard Wynkoop whoJ6r more than an hour past bad bees vain ly dangling a fishing line above the danclpg waters of Clear creeks now reclined dreamily on tho soft turf of the high bank his eyes flied upon the distant sky line Ills thoughts were on the flossy hair and animated face of the fair Miss Spencer who he momentarily expected would round the edge of the hull and so deeply did ho bocomo sunk in blissful reflection as to be totally oblivious to every thing but her approach Just above the secret resting place where the great woodn deepen and tho gloomy shadows lie darkly all through tho long afternoons a small party of hideously painted skulked silently in ambush Suddenly to their strained ears was borne the sound of horses hoofs and then all at once a womans voice rang out In a single shrill startled cry Whut Is upl questioned the lead- Ing savage hoarsely Is he adoln this little job all by hlnsclf Dunn answered Via folio1 next him flipping his quirt uucaslly but I reckon as how Its her as an wed better be gittlng In ter her our share c tho fun Tho chief with an oath of ntsgust forward ant his band after Just below horn and scarcely 63 feet away a half score ot roughly clad heavily beartiod mon wore clusj tered In the center ox tho trail two of their number lifting the unconscious form of a fainting woman upon a horse Cerreras gang by gosh panted tho leading savage How did they sit eroT You bet fines up agin tho real thing ejaculated a voice beside him Lets rldo vin off the earth1 Whoop With wild yells to awaken fresh tho whole band plunged head long down tho sharp decline striking tho surprised road with a force and suddenness which sent half of them sprawling Revolvers flashed oaths and shouts rang out fiercely men clinched each other striking savage blows Lumley grasped tho leader of tho other party by tho halt and endeavored to beat him over tho head with his revolver butt Even as he uplifted his hand to strike tho mans beard foil off and the two fierce com batants paused as though thunder struck Hold on yore boy yelled Lumley This ycro Is some blame joke These fellers Is Illll McNeils guns By thunder If it aint Peto Lum ley ejaculated the other Whut did yo hit mo for yo Ion logged mlnln Jackass Tho explanation was never uttered Out from the surrounding gloom of underbrush a hatless disheveled Individual on foot Buddenlr dashed Into tho center of that hesitating ring of horsemen With skillful twist of hit foot ho sent a dismounted road agent spinning over backward and managed to wrench a revolver from his hand There was n blaze of red flame a cloud of smoko six sharp reports and a wild stampede of frantic horsemen Then Rev Howard Wynkoop flans the empty gun disdainfully down into the dirt stopped directly across the motionless outstretched body and knelt humbly besldo a slender white robed figure lying close against tho fringe of bushes Tenderly he lifted tho fair bead to his throbbing bosom and gazed directly down into tho white unconscious taco Even as ho looked her eyes unclosed her body trembling within his arms Have no fear he Implored read Ing terror In the expression of her Miss Spencer PhiSebe It I Wynkoop Sandy Carter savages squealed dashed surged courage agents face Miss Spencer Phoebe It Is only I Mr Wynkoop Oh HowardMr Wynkoop U is all so strange so bewildering my nerves are so shattered I But it has taught me a great great lesson How could I have over been so blind 1 I thought Mr Moffat and Mr McNeil wore such heroes and yet now in this hour of desperate peril it was you who flow gallantly to my rescue It Is you who aro the trus western knight And Mr Wynkoop gazed down into those grateful eyes and modestly con teased it true CHAPTER XXV The Parting Hour To Lieut Brant those proved days of bitterness Ho bad called twice upon Hampton both times finding the wounded man propped up In bed very affable properly grateful for services rendered yet avoiding all reference to tho ono disturbing clement between themOnco ho had accidentally met Nalda but their brief conversation left him more deeply mystified than ever and later she seemed to avoid him alto gall er Ono day ho deemed her but art Idlo coquette tho next a warm hctirtcd woman doing her duty bravo ly Yet through it all her power over him never slackened The end of this nervous strain camo in the form of an urgent dispatch re rolling N troop to Fort Abraham Ltn- tnht by forced umches Tho command felt no doubt as to the full meaning of this message and tho sol dier in him made prompt and joyful response Brunt had learned of the consolidation of tho hoptllo savages melted by Sitting Bull ate tho fast bus of tho Big Jiinrn ttgo ho was luraro that Gen oeak was already ad vancing northward fro= Jio Nebraska line Now ho realized that h wtiito be a part of this chosen fighting force and his heart responded to the sum mons aa to a buglo call In battle Instantly tho little camp was astir the men fooling the enthusiasm of their omcers With preparations well In hand Brants thought veered once again toward Nalda Ho rodo down to the Herndon houso with grave face and sober thought Ho recalled long tho plainly furnished room Into which Mrs Herndon ushered him to await tho girls appearance tho formal look of the oldfashioned haircloth turn ture tho prim striped paper on the walls tho green shades at tho win dos tho clean rag carpet on tho floor Tho very stiffness chilled him loft him III at ease Then ho heard the rustle of Naldas skirt and turned to meet her She was palo from her weeks of nursing and agitated for foar of what this unexpected call might portend Yet to his thought sho ap peared calm her manner restrained Nor could anything be kinder than her first greeting tho frankly extended hand tho words expressive of wel comeMr Wynkoop Informed me a few minutes ago that you had at last received your orders for the north she said her lips slightly trembling I wondered it you would leave without a word of farewell Ho bowed low I do not under stand how you could doubt far I havo shown my deep Interest In you even from tho first If I have lately seemed to avoid you It has only been because I believed you wished It so There waa an embarrassing pause as though neither knew how to get through tho Interview No doubt you are rejoiced to bo sent on active service agtJn she said t last Yes both as a addle andas a man Mlsj Naldu I am gitdto tot into the field again with my regiment to do my duty under the flag and I am equally rejoiced to have sornUblng occur which will tend to divert my thoughts I had not Intended to say anything of this kind but now thiU I am with you I simply cannot restrain tho words This past month has been I believe tho hardest I have over boon compelled to live through You situ ply mystify me so that I alternately hopo and despair Your methods aro cruel Mine and alto gazed at him with parted lips Lieut Brant what ran you mean What Is It I have done It may have been only play to you and no raspy forgotten he went on bitterly But that Is a dangerous game very certain to hurt some onIMiss Nalda your taco your eyes oven your lips almost continually toll ma ono thing your words another 1 know not which to trust I never meet you oxcept to go away baffled andbewilderedYou know the truth Ay and for all time Are you false or true Coquette or woman Do you simply play with hearts for Idle amusement or Is there some true purpose ruling your actions She looked directly at him bar bands clasped her breath almost sobbing between tho parted lips AI first she could not speak Ob you hurt mo so she faltered at last I did not suppose you could ever think that It did not moan Itj oh truly I did not mean Itl You forget how young I am how very little I know of the world and Its ways Perhaps JI have not even realized bow deeply la earnest you wore havo deceived my self into believing you were merely amusing yourself with mo Why is deed should I think otherwise I lovo you ho said with simple honesty I seek you for my wife She started at these frankly spoken words her hands partially concealing her face her form trembling Oh I wish you hadnt said that It Is not because I doubt you any longer not that I fall to appreciate all you offer me But it Is so hard to appear un grateful to give nollilfcj In retcrc tu so vast a gift Then It Is true that you do not lovo rtoTn The blood flamed suddenly up Into her face but there was no lowering of tho eyes no shrinking back Sho was too honest to play tho coward before himI shall not attempt to deceive you she said with fc slew impressiveness Instantly carrying conviction Thus has already progressed so far that I now owo you complete frankness Donald Brant now and always llvlnj or dead married or single wherovei life may take us I shall love you Their eyes wero meeting but she held up her band to restrain him from tho ono stop forward No no I have confessed tho truth I have opened freely to you the great secret of my heart With It you must bo content to Icavo me There is noth Ing more that I can give you absolutely nothing I can never bo y iur I hope for your sake and mine Thai we never meet again Brant stood like a statue his fact grown white Ho did not id the least doubt her full meaning of renuncia tionYou rill at leart tell rno why It was nl that would como to hIs dry Ups Sho sank back upon the sofa ai though the strength bad suddenly d v sorted her body Lor eyes shaded bj an uplifted hand- I cannot toll you I have no words no courage You will learn somo day from others and ho thankful that 1 loved you well enough to resist temp tation But the reason cannot come to you from my lips He loaned forward half Imeullus at her foot and ho permitted him tc clasp her hanurf within both bin own Tell me at least thusIs It som oat elso Is it Hampton- TO Tit Ala CONTINPSJX RUSTY CANS RUIN FLAVOR AND QUALITY OF THE MILK A Great Handicap to tlto Chccscrrinkcr By George A Olson Asst In Agriculturist Chemistry Wisconsin University Milk comes In contact with iron In tho form of rusty oafs or poorly tinned titonills In practically nil creameries Tho quality of the milk will to n largo extent depend upon the condition of utensils Into which the milk la poured kept and finally hauled to tho factor rho degree of Intlu onco of Iron on milk will depend largely upon the temperature of tho milk tho length of time kept in tho cans and the amount of exposed t ur faceIt Is not necessary to describe hero the American milk can and espe cially tho cheaper ones If not the first time surely the second or third time those cans are used one will find places where they have been dented In As tho number of Indentations In crease the tin begins to crack leaving fissures or Inroads for milk and water and acid Often this thin layer of tin doos not cover all of the Iron thus leaving microscopically small surfaces of Iron exposed which also become the sources of damage by water and acid Under such conditions tho tin peels or falls off and It Is then only a short tlmo before tho cans become unfit for useThe accompanying Illustration shows a wagon load of cans which wore In n poor condition and from which milk was accepted This load Is Wagon Load of Factory Nearly ArcIUnfit Should only an example of several equally bad If not worse The saute condl liens wen fatted to exist at several factories The creamery to which the above load was delivered did oat re solve milk on Sundays and the quan tity of milk brought In an Monday was generally twice as largo as on any of the other days and consequently re- Quired twice the number cans Among the largo number cans re- Quired for Mondays shipment there were naturally more ix r onos In our other Illustration Is shown two of the cans which were used for Mon days lot of milk One of these cans had been used for 13 years and when closely examined contained no losn than 40 soldered holes some of which were covered with lead patches over two Inches in diameter Of course this Is an extreme typo Cans Like the Three Shown Above Hive a Deleterious Effect Upon Milk for Chenemaking of poor can Milk kept over night In cans of this kind when treated with rennet would require In some Inv stances as much as minutes longer to coagulate than milk kept in good ones Dy using cans of tho typo Illustrated It possible to accept from patrons milk which really has developed moro than twotenths per cent acid which bo revealed by either the or Farrlngton alkallno tablet test owing to the neutralization of the ncld by the Iron Tho unsanitary conditions that still exist ut some Wisconsin factories at tho present time are largely duo to the use of unclean utensils such ns starter cans iron pipes for conductors whey tanks etc Where such conditions exist at the factory It Is not surpris ing that tho patrons also become negli gent The management of cheese fac tories and creameries should first of til see that their iterator is a good reliable man who will practice clean liness above all other things Then the management should see that all uten ails used by factory nUll patrons are In firstclass condition I o with no exposed Iron In vats rusty cans etc since neatness and cleanliness In nil dairy methods would be Ineffectual It poorly tinned or rusty cans etc were used The operator should not hesitate tr refuse milk which Is hauled In poorly tinned or rusty cans for In addition to the retarding influence of the Iron on Arennet action and the neutralization of the acid by tho iron there are alto produced taints or off flavors Competition among creameries factories and city milk supplies has Indirectly resulted In making patrons more careless This practice Scads the Indifferent milk producer In to bad habits nnd discourages the tidy and progressive onus If milk or cream was bought on Its merits then the painstaking patron would bo on couraged and would lend tho careless one to better efforts It Is too often the ease however that the same price is paid for all milk or cream whether good or bad If milk is to bo bought on Its merits It would bo necessary to have cooporatlon between creameries choose factories and oily milk dealers for thou only will such a system bo I Cans In Actual Use all of These and De Rejected of of 40 Is cannot Manns cheoso satisfactory It is possible wbr the patrons are tb proprietors of the eltMM factories or croaoterlM ta adopt a system Jlke thtc rltatac that bet tar milk makw Mgber grade dairy products whloh will sell for Wisher prices and ooasequonlly yield more profit for the patrons Several systems for buying milk on III merits have bean proposed Among such systems may be mentioned 1 The ue of tho score card a tho method of sorting tainted milks from those of excellent conditions 3 tho practice ot accepting only milk of ex cellent conditi- onGROWING CALVESiON SKIM MILKjI Dy Prof Ilueckor MlnnDOtIFor growing calves I consider epjarator skim milk at least equal wbolo milk though calves will not lay on as much fat as they will when the lAtter Is fed There Is nothing In but buildingbodyplied moro cheaply with flax meal which contains from 30 to 35 per cent oil When the calf is dropped I let It suck onco and then remove It from tho dam If It Is removed In the morn ing I give It no feed until the follow lag morning This Is done so tho calf will be hungry and will drink milk without tho finger I give from three to four pints of Its mothers milk milkIngand a largo calf four pints This t continuo for one week Then for ono week I give whole milk half and skim unlyfromweek I teed all separator skim milk flaxIflax meal so that by tho ond of tho fourth month tho calf Is receiving a heaping teaspoonful of flax meal and Arterthea little early cut alfalfa and whole oats or n mixture of whole oats and bran or shorts The regularityIn befromBegin Small Any successful busi nose Is the result of a healthy growth By this Is meant tho beginner should start in n small way and grow into greater things Tho poultry business is no exception to this rule Only those who begin In a small way and then grow over succeed Tho poultry his tory of tho country la filled with fall couldbeginpunt nnd make It pay aa largo a pnr contngo ns the farmer who has only 100 hens TAFT NOTIFIED OF HIS NOMINATION DAY SETS HIGHWATER MARK FOR FUTURE PRESIDENTIAL NOTIFICATIONS HE RECEIVES PLAUDITS OF ADMIRING FRIENDS Who Vied With Those Who Came From Afar In Paying Tribute to Him From Dawn Until Festivities Ended In Dlazc of Pyrotechnics Cincinnati July 29 Announcing his high resolve to continue tho policies of the administration of President house velt It elected to succeed iilm Will IfatHoward Taft Tuesday formally the nomination of tho Repub II1I0an party as Its candidate and took luto his hands the standard of leader ship In the history of political parties In America there never was a similar duty discharged under moro iuiHilcIouu citytIn honoring him by making tho area impoelugRpride and for his particular function the dividing linos of political feollti wore burled from sight beocHth the garlands of courtesy Dressed In holiday nttlro tho Queen jf the West was a generous hostess Jo all who camo bearing their honuigo to her distinguished son Graybeards whoso recollection of those ceremonies moos back for decades declare that for public spirit for munificence of die play and for numbers that of Tues day easily exceeds Ihoso that have lono before If his fellowcitizens wore kind to him nature was nonotlieliwi gracious The clouds that overhung the city for days went banished by the storm of the preceding night With them wont the torturing humidity that attended their stay and In the place of both discomforts camp sunithliio and breoz e that rondo life endurable to the thrnngj that densely packed the thoroughUius that led to tho now historic porch on quiet decorous Plko street Throughout the Jrdf1t hive of Indus try the holiday spirit reigned Work was laid nsld fur the hour while mar chant artisan and clerk worn out to join In the general trllmto to one of tliolr number who had been honors In so groat a moMuru in the nation From the hour that the thundor of the rune and the bursting ot bombs unh tJrtll In the day of public rejoicing until tho midnight boll cleared the streets and the tired crowds wrnt homeward aucwss attended tho cone summation of tho program laid out with so much care- Impresahenoss marked the greater functions of tho day Tho first of thno was time raising of the American Rag tim tho staff In tho garden of the Taft homestead which Is to denote the presence or absence of tho candi date Knclrcllng the staff were the Yale and Woodward schoolmates Presented after n beautifully worded Invocation by Illfhop David H Moore of tho Methodist Kplicopitl church by Judgo Jacob II Hromwcll as the gift ot homo friends it was received by Charles P Taft on bnbalt of his brother In his romnrks there were sentiments that caused the audl ence to repeatedly cb or him fur thenI utterance Kqiinlly inspiring was the visit In a body ot the survivors of tho civil war Bfllcors and men to pay their respects I to tho nominee At their hood was a Ufa and drum corps of graylmlred sol j dlors veterans of many a mardi Mil charge On tho right of the line was i bo Loyal legion na a guard of honor Tho first squad of fours was a dis tinguished one being composed ot lion Frederick n Grant son of the Kroat rommandtr Llut On Henry C Corbin U S A retired Um Urosvenor and Gun Thompson rOnllllnoJudge Talt canto down upon the lawn and met the halting and hobbling tine hawing to tho tattered battle flags lint were carried south beyond tho Ohio by Cincinnati regiments when ho was a lad on the shady streets of Mt Auburn With moro clastic step camo swingIng down the street the youthful veterans of tho Spanish war rind tho sore of veterans ot the civil war To these ho gave a general greeting trout t beneath the marquee at the ontruiiM 0 to the grounds Tho climax ot tho duty was roMacd when I tho bells went sounding noon the members of the national committee and their brothcrti of tho notification commlttco ranged themselves upon tho bread veranda and Senator Varnur dlfinWcd and Impressive stood up to deliver hili meuangft from Iho party to tho candidate and to await Ills re BiKjiiite Tim ceremony ended the nominee took his wifes arm and together they proceeded to the gate when with Senate Warner and Gen Grant they lovlowoo the parade of honor Tits lluhio was tho gorgeous pyro trcmical display nt night In Lden park and along the shores of the Ohio At ended by his brilliant escort of dla Mngulshed men Judge Taft tho uonil lien entered mho chartered otoumc- rtid viewed thr handful scene from u avoicl place limn the deck It was Ken toward mJlclglit whr the day ol- ekUvltlcj come to an end USE ALCOHOL WITH POLISH Housewife Discovers That It Aids In Cleaning Silver It may not bo manners to discuss your hostess said ono of tho guests after an elaborate luncheon but did you ever see such sliver Mine was actually greasy Such carelessness Is disgracefulSilver Is hard to keep bright murmured tho woman who hated unkind criticism Nonsonno It isnt and it It wore that Is no excuse Think how Caro lyns sliver shono at her dinner and she only keeps one maid I asked her how she did It and she said It was by mixing her sliver polish with alcohol Instead of water You rub it up In tho usual way but tho mlxturo gives a much more brilliant look When she takes It out of the bags oven after weeks stowed away all she need do Is to give must of the pieces a rub or two with a piece of roughed chamoisShe rinses tho parts of tho fiat sil- Ver that go in tho mouth with boiling water after using the chamois us sometimes It gives a queer taste That silver last night could never bo cleaned once a week oven much less given a special holiday shine If tho butler was too lazy to sue that the sliver was polished at least he should havo given It a boll In hot washing soda and water to cut tho grease and make It look clean APRICOT SOUFFLE IS GOOD Easily Put Together After the Puree Has Been Prepared Half a pint of apricot puree half a cupful of cream three whites of eggs 1H tablespoonfuls syrup from tho apricots two heaping tablespoonfuls sugar a squeeze of lemon juice three drops nt red coloring Prepare the puree by rubbing either canned or bottled nprlcotn through a tine sieve Use a little of tho syrup along with the apricots and do not make the puree too thick Dissolve the gelatlno In two tablespoonfuls ot the syrup and strain It Into tho puree Add the su gar lemon Juice and coloring Beat tho white of tho eggs to a stiff froth and whip the cream Stir these light ly Into the apricot mixture and when beginning to set pour all Into a wetter mold and keep In a cool place until firm When wanted turn out on a glass or china dish This pudding may be outdo moro ornamental by decorat- Ing the top of the mold with a little sweet jolly and a few pieces of aprl cot before pouring In tho mixture Or tho apricot mixture may bo set In a ring mold and whippet cream piled In the center when It Is turned out Newspapers may be used to pad the Ironing board just as well as an old blanket or muslin Soap well applied to drawer slides will keep tho drawers In furniture and closets from sticking If you will varnish your linoleum about every three months It will last much longer than without tho coats of varnish When washing floors or cleaning windows always put a few dops of parafllni In tho water and tjls will keep away flies moths and other In sects Tho skin from a boiled ham wilt he more easily removed If as soon as being taken from the boiling liquor tho ham bo plunged into cold water for n moment To mend hemstitching cover tho apace of tho worn hemstitching with Insertion stud stitch both edges on to tray cloth and It will then bo as good as new and even prettier Hair brushes should be washed It IiuMlblo every day The best plan Is to keep two In use At the same tlmo Unless a clean brush Is used the hair loses the bright glossy look that It should have Cheeio may bo kept from going moldy by wrapping It In a cloth dipped In vinegar and wrung nearly dry Cover the cloth with a wrapper of paper and keep In a cool place A Cooling Drink Among the most refreshing of sum mer drinks U pineapple lemonade To tho Juice ot four lemons allow a largo pineapple finely grated a pound of SUitor nnd a pint of water lloll the sugar and water together to a thin syrup skimming well Mix the pulp of the pineapple and the lem on julco in a bowl add tho sirup and set on tho Ico to cool and ripen for several hours When ready to serve pour Into tho mixture a quart ot Ice water and pour Into tall thin glasses If proferrod a charge water tan be used Instead of the plain water Veal Cups with Macaroni if veal or mutton Is left ovtr In scant quantities for n meal boll sum clent macaroni to double tho amount and put through the food chopper using coarse cutter Season highly with suit pepper onion juice and chopped parsley and to each pint add i a well beaten egg and two tablespoons of good gravy Pack Into buttered cups steam for half an hour and serve with tomato or brown sauce Currant Dessert One box of red currants one box of red raspberries and two quarts of water bulled to a pulp then strain add one small cupful of flue sago pre viously soaked In cold water for 1C minutes bon until clear sweeten to taste tat cold with milk or cream SAUL TRIES TO KILL DAVID Sunday Sctool Issues for Anf 16 1908 Specially Arranged for thIs Paper HcunTtmn TKXT I Samuel iieisMemory versa Hld- QOIDKN TRXTThe Lord God li s sun and BtilcldIgalms 11- 1TIMIln C IDS Umlier soon after the victory over OollalhIPIACR The rupltal probably at at bah live or six inllra north of Jerusa tem Comment and Suggestive Thought Davids victory over Goliath had several Issues which affected his whole lire 1 It led to the blessed friendship which bound together the hearts of David and Jonathan as with hooks of steel vs 14 2 It led to Davids advancement to tho head of the army and his training In the arts of war for the defense of his country v 5 3 It led to his long nnd difficult training in dealing with men of all kinds to aelf control and wisdom This Is put last In the story because of Ito connection with Saul which requires considerable detail vs 69 V 9 And Saul eyed David kept his eye on David In suspicion and dlallkeInl Crlt Com We often speak of Jealousy as tho greeneyed monster and no emotions show them selves more unmistakably In the eye Envy and Jealousy 1 They are most unhappy vices Of all tho pas lions jealousy Is that which exacts tho hardest service and pays tho bitterest wagesColton In Incon 2 They are tine fruit of selfishness of making self ones god ones su preme object of love 3 Tho cure of jealousy Is to seek first the kingdom of God and test ovrythlng not by its effect on our selves but by Its power to aid or to hinder Gods kingdom Ho that does this will rejoice in Its coming even though It be through others So John said of Jesus He must Increase but I must decrease 4 Therefore overcome evil with good overcome It In Its very begin nings for there Is nothing which grows so rapidly- V 10 The evil spirit from God camo upon Saul made use of this malady which opens wide the door for such Influences and all evil passions of the king find can expression And ho prophesied that is he went through tho frenzies and terrible strug gles and convulsions which charac terized a certain form of prophesying among this heathen very different from anything done by tho Biblical prophets An eyewitness in describing tho Egyptian dervishes says ot the dove tees that some writhe lu agony some swoon some are in fits while still with foaming ups they strive to murmur tho praise of AllahGordon Cumming It survives among tho fakirs of In din and sheiks or dervishes ot Mo hammedanism They rave margin of r v they foam and throw them solves Into many an unnatural posture They become dangerous not only to others but also to themselves when so frenzied still lookorson regard them as performing religious exercises or prophesying Shwelr Mount Lebanon Syria First Attempt to Murder David T 11 Saul cast the javelin or short spoor Twice did David escape by his agilitySecond Attomfit to Kill David v 13 Saul sent David away and made him a colonel ot a regiment Ostensibly to promote David and conquer the kings enemies Really that David might bo slain by the Philistines Tho result was to bring out Davids virtues more conspicuously After this Saul tried to make David disaffected by refusing to keep his promise to make him his soninlaw and again through tho love ot his daughter for David A Hero In Trial Vs 1416 t V 14 David behaved himself wisely prudently skillfully with ull the wisdom of goodness and love Them was no treachery In him He loomed selfcontrol and grow In wis dam and knowledge and grace 2 Ono of mho sources ot this wis dour was In his singleness of heart his devotion to right nnd duty at any cost Absolute unselfishness Tho wisest course In time of danger Is to do faithfully our dally duty and leave our case with God 3 And tho Lord was with him The Lord Is with everyone as far an he Is willing to receive him and yields to his guidance All past experience In serving and loving God every act of faithfulness nnd love every good habit formed every victory over selfishness every sincere prayer every act of con secretion to God in all the past life Is a preparation for receiving and using the presence of God The better instruments wo become tho more perfectly can we I1nt will we be guided by our Heavenly Father into all truth Into tho wisest actions Into the fullest life O When wo are wise and faith ful and tho Lord is with us then all things all trials all difficulties all sorrows all opportunities nil Influences good or bad are compelled to work together for good fj V 16 All Israel and Judah loved David id this was preparing the way for a wcccsitui reign when the time same David wan uclnl not conceited went among tho people as oho of thrni Time power to win rove Is one of Gods greatest gifts Out only the loving the unselfish the pure in heart end purpose can wield it In ha fullness ol ls glory and pone CROPS GROW WITHOUT RAIN How the Syrian Peasant Makes Use of the Moist Subsoil In Syria and Palestine from the be ginning of April until October there is practically no rain yet In July the Holds teem with a vigorous growth of watermelons tomatoes cucumbers etc all flourishing without artificial watering although rt that time no rata has fallen for many weeks In fact tho Syrian peasant from the moment his seed line been sawn prays that no rain may fall During the period of growth of a crop tho surface of tho soil to a depth of six or eight Inches Is perfectly dry and loose Below this surface layer will bo found moist soil In which tho roots extend and grow vigorously In this moist subsoil plants continue to grow until late autumn When the crop Is re moved In the autumn the rains com mence and tho land Is plowed after each heavy rain as soon as the soil begins to dry Two primary objects are kept In view in plowing to furnish a favor able surface for taking up all the water and to prevent Its upward evaporation from time subsoil The great point is to keep the upper six inches of soil perfectly loose and friable so that the moisture from below Is not drawn upward and lost in evaporation but does not ascend higher than the compact subsoil that Is not broken up by the plow For this reason tho plowing Is shallow averaging from four to six Inches in depth When tho time for sowing the seed arrives the land Is plowed to a depth of about six inches nnd tho seed is sown from an arrangement attached to the plow falls on the damp sub soil and Is covered by the soil closing over behind time plowshare From this time the upper stratum of loose soli prevents the escape of moisture up ward beyond the wet subsoil on which the seeds rest and Into which their roots after the process of germination spread A Luxury of War What we consider thin simple neces sities of our habitual dally life In other circumstances rise to the height of much valued luxuries Who would think of being specially grateful for a pair of dry stockings or even of con sidering tho subject Yet tho very thought of such an article roused the envy of a whole company of soldiers Mi Putnam mentions the Incident In Ills History of tho TwentyFifth Mas sachusetts Regiment After marching all day In tho rain I took off my soaked brogans and wet socks and put on a clean dry pair of stockings All thu boys began to call out Whore did you get those Aint you putting on style for a sol dlor 1 L66k hero fellows Time sergeants got dry socks You aint putting on airs are you Homemade eh1 This last question I answered Yes boys these ore homemade My old mother knit them God bless her Ive carried them right here In the lining of mest one on each side heels front toes to shoulder see Now If you fellows want to know just how uncomfortable you are feel of that The stockings were handed round stroked like a cat rubbed on cheeks admired and envied Youths Compan ion Great Soldiers as Students Grant was graduated In tho class of 1543 nt West Point number 21 In a class of 39 Gen William F Frank lln graduated at the head of the class It may bo Interesting In this connec tion to noto how other great generals stood In their class Sherman stood number 6 among 42 graduates Slier idan number 34 In a class of 42 Vir ginian Thomas number 12 among 42 classmates Meade number 19 in a class of 6G Hooker number 29 among 50 comrades Stonewall Jackson number 17 In a class of 50 Long street of Georgia number 60 In a class amongiDanced on Gold Dust The great dancing expert My Fancy who Is doing tho Moss Stoll tour line danced on gold dust When starring with Charles God treys company In Western Australia she told me no sand was procurable for my dance so tho peoplo In the place said they would get mo some gold dust and accordingly they brought quite a quantity of the precious stuff along and I found that it answered the purpose very well I reckon that was about time queerest use gold has ever been put to Of course It was mixed with quartz but when I put It in water I could see the gold grains shining ever so prettily Pearsons Weekly The Acid Test When a young man proposes you should always bo careful and test his love cautioned the conservative chaperon lint I go one better auntie twit tered the pretty summer girltDo you see this tiny bottle Yes Does It contain perfume No It contains acid I test the en gagement ring His Aim Wright appears to be a very con scientious fellow Yes he Is trying to live up to the old proverb Which says Wright wrongs nobody Houston Post 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS 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 placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught in tho right way Drawing SlngIngBU Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Freo textbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this courso 90 that a 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 profltahle Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee 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 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel io 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms giro the information culturo and training necessary for a true teacher and coVer branches neces nary 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 rec- eIved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School axpcnda on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year move than ho pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christina 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 regulation to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students come from the beat families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra argo All except those with parents In Berea live In Collego buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming socuro extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the boat but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough sooner rent to pay for cletxnlngj repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 115 a week In tho 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 fop 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 lugs 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 000 in cburaca with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675 SPRING4 weekii term for those who must leave for farm Work940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must Jeave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 29501n one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows Onboard in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction or a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unPl plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fitly cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it is within four terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Spring term Is March 26 1908 The first day of Fall term Is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advise write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA ICY I That Premium Knife takes the eyes or the urea and boys who see it The mountain people Jih a good thing when they sea it and to get a 75 cent knife with two lilmlo of razor sbiel and o dollar paper that is worth moretd the mouri lain people than any other dollar paper in theworld f The Knife and The Citizen forJ25 That brings In subscriptions all the time If you have not got It yon ought to have JUDGE FAULKNER Judge Faulkner of the 27th Judicial Dlctrlct has Addressed tim Follow ing Open Letter to the Republican County Committeemen In His Dis trict Barbourville Ky July 29 1903 Dear Sir I shall be a candidate for renomination as Judge of the TwentySeventh Judicial District cf Kentucky I wrlto you to state wy preference as to tho time and man net of selecting that candidate I think it should be by primary election in order that every member ct our party should have an equal voice In the selection of that candidate and that it should be at such time as that every member of the party may have a fair opportunity to be present at the polls May I sug gset that the Committee acting for the best Intersts of the wholo party fix the time at say from September 1 to September 15 1909 I otter the following reasons for this suggestion and I think they should have weight In determining the time of the primary election a The primary should not be called this fall because it would like ly Interfere more or less with the regular election and wo are all interested In seeing that nothing Is done that will lu anywise Interfere with that el ection or draw any of the party sup port from tho same Not only this but we should keep ourselves in such shape as that we can give all our energies toward party success this Fall b After that will come from time to time the several county primary elections in the different counties in tthla district All these should be settled fairly by the Pea plo without being In anywise mixed vp with the primary In the Judicial District I think we may assume that all the county primaries will be held In the first four or five months at least within the first six months of the year 1909 somo of them earl ier perhaps In any event there will be plenty of time for these county primaries before any absolute necess ity arises for the district primary Moreover we have a precedent for this action in the last two Judicial pri maries held in the Judicial District- c There Is another reason which I think ought to weigh something In determining this matter The CIr- cuit Courts In the District come one right after the other beginning the second Monday in September 1903 und continuing until the second Mon day In July 1903 The work In the District is such that It leavesot- ime for vacation not even for the holidays All the extra time gained it any by reason of fifth Mondays or by reason of the lessening work fn Clay and Jackson Is needed in Knox and Laurel Counties and more So It U that if the primary Is called In the fall winter or spring I shall have one of three options either not to run and I take It neither the party nor the Committee will have 1 any dfslre to force me to this or to continue holding my Courts and leave my campaign If any to take care oft Itself or to turn over my Court to a special Judge or Judges I would be at a disadvantage In any event The same thing will be true In a lesser degree with Mr Lewis If he shall be n candidate as I hear he will be but r the Commonwealths business In the Dlftrlct will leave him much free time which I will not have Now If the primary shall be held about the first of September 1909 cr a lltlle after I can have my entire summers vacation beginning the second Monday In July in which to make my campaign without taking E any time out of my Courts I may ray to you frankly that I should like I to have a reasonable time to discuss the many questions to be raised concerning this office nnd the policies pursued by me and the reasons there fci without taking time from the public service I believe this to 1 e the best intersts of all the people of the District and our party as well I am exceedingly anxious to bring this about and that Is my only purpose In wilting to you I think you will njrrce with me that I have taken no hand whatever In the selection ot the Committee assuming as I did that the party would make a wise selec tion In any event nnd that anyone selected by the party would be sat isfactory to me I now ask of you and through you of the party only this that I may have a fair chance i to present my claims for renomina tion with as little detriment to the stork ot the Courts as Is possible This J can bo done without affecting or ins luring the rights of any preson what ever It will give ample time after primary for the most thorough cam paign by the successful candidate 1 believe that the great majority ot our party an well as the litigants in Court and the bar will Join with me In this request It will greatly dis turb and disarrange the business of the Courts and public service gener ally In the District if the primary must bo held and the campaign made while the Courts are in session I am Very truly yours H C Faulkner to AWAY FROM HOME 1 dreamed of home while asleep last night Ot my wife and children so sweet My heart beat glad responsive to song Glad words and pattering little foot How happy I was with baby In my arms Sweet bright and fair as could be I went to the door to breathe tho fresh air Which tilled the whole valley like a sea I nirili I looked on the meadows broad ly ing around All fringed by the summer green trees I heard the spring Robins singing their songs- I heard the soft hum of the bees Tho apple tree boughs close gathered around Each twig was laden with bloom They bowed In the breezes their beauty to show And gave life to the air ot perfume Thus surrounded with blessings EO rich and so fair mortal like meearthlyTo a poor It seemed not a want could burden my breast My mind from each care would been free 0 moving mortals how prone to unrest How wandering are your bralnsl But yet It Is so and yet It must be So long as Ute and this earth remain From near by pleasures as one some times wills 1 turned my restless eye To view the hills beyond the dales Which seemed not very high And as I looked and looked again The hills they golden grew Iteneath the slanting suns red rays All damp with evening dew The babe I held within my arms It grew to be a man Who stood beside his father now ACt held his aged hand O magic touch of time so fleet What means this change to us While deep within our breasts we heard Tho silent answer thus This change takes place to show that life From spring and summer passed And bade Prepare Make haste At once From transient life to last 1 Midst scenes like this I stood aghast While shadows gathered round To show that death Is much like this while burled While burled In the ground Then came a blast of music sweet It filled me with surprise The hills and dales at once grew bright And rose to meet the skies Oh beauties then far more sublime Did burst upon our sight Than earth In all Its sunny climes Could give from morning until night There stood the great white throne of God So long prayed for to see While thousands ot the Blood wash ed throng With Joy did Bend tho knee streets of gold Soft green trees and And flowers of every hue They covered the land and filled the fresh airs far as the eye could view Al fringed by trees and oer hung by flowers The river of life run by rearing on Its bosom sweet ripe fruits For thp souls which are never to die Then dreams of youth and friends of yore All quickly came to view Tin Heaven I thought and shouted loud hank God were made anew To live forever thru ceaseless time Without a pain or woe Nor death to grieve nor tearful eye And no sad parting know With Joy oercome 1 soon awoke To find myself alone With cares ot life Oh many ills Atd mo Away from home No people are more hospitable in thermal sense of the word than the Americans When a foreigner taps at our door and presents a letter of Introduction our first impulse la to resent the annoyance not so in America where hospitality la an active force M A Tardleu In Vans Tempt OLD KENTUCK 11 Is remarkable what fraternal relation exists among Kentucklans especially where they meet In foreign States and away from hoot and tbelr loyalty to each other has been occasion for many kindly comments on the part of the outside world who marvels at thu brothcrhoo that exists among Kentuckians wherever found The following poem was written by Thos H Arnold who was formerly on the State press at Winchester and Mlddlesboro and Is now employtd on the Chicago dally pap ora Meeting a friend from the Blue Grass Slate at Chicago the hearty greeting that followed Inspired the poem which Mr Arnold on the spur of the moment Indited Youre Just from old KalntuokyT Well Ill be gol durued say Id rather live In that State The balance of my days Than be the Czar of Russia With his riches and his truck Say I wouldnt take his kingdom For one corner of old Kalntuck Id rather be a hopper Just lazln In the corn On an old Kalntuoky hliWlde Than any king thats born Id rather watch the bluegrass Nod Its dainty head and bow Than see the slIokMt pUtur In old Italy I iwow It seems to me old natur When she out Kalntueky out Came pretty near a knowln The thing she was about So she made another Eden With the sweetest flowers that grew And christened It Kalntuoky With a Jug ot mountalt dew There aint another corner Of this hemisphere ot ours Where old mother earth Is klvered With such dainty perfumed flowers Whar the teeterbirds and thrushes Can ejaculate such notes As they can In old Kalntueky From their little feathered throats And the women Jumpln Jay birds In the good old Bluegrass State The Lord Just made em perfect And then lost the fashion plate I wouldnt be without em And Ill state here by the by You can plant me In Kalntueky When It comes my time to die 7Joxchange NEWSPAPERS THE BEST John Wanamaker who is Largest Merchant in the world theI Advertising made him rich Mr Vauamakcr you are one ot the largest advertisers of the country- I have noticed that you keep your ad vertisements running during the hard times Many of the merchants have let them drop Does It pay to advertise when times are hard was the question recently asked the Merchant PrinceI think so replied Mr Wnnamaker When tho times are hard and people are not buying Is the very time that advertising should be the heaviest You want to get the people to see what you have to sell and you must advertise to do that When the times are good they will come of their own accord But I believe In advertising all tho time We never stop advertising You use the newspaper almost alto gether for advertising do you not Yes I have tried all kinds but I think newspaper advertising is by far the best I used to spend a great deal ot money In posters and bills but J have given up that long ago Can you see any immediate results from SUM advertising I asked- I certainly do replied Mr Wanamakcr If you will come over to our Philadelphia or New York store some morning when we have adver tised a job lot ot something and look at the long line ot people who are anxiously waiting for the store to open you will see how the advertisements In the newspapers are read Will will be elected this November but which Will will be we will not guarantee If everyones foresight was as goods his hindsight I told you so woul die ot disuse Take care of your little Joys and tjC w nrrows will take care of themselves It Is only the door of fake pros perity that has pull marked on it The real door has push If you cant keep right up with the band wagon of good cheer keep behind but put your shoulder to the wheel Whitaker Paper Company THE FARMER PAYS Our Tax System Has Increased His Burden Figure That Show Farm Property Pays More Than Its Fair Pro portion of State Revenue When the last constitutional con rention in Kentucky drew up the pres cat organic law ot the state It found existing throughout the state a general feeling of dissatisfaction because through the faulty administration ot the old revenUe law one exemption after another had crept In until tho old system was full of Inequalities The convention desired to perfect a tax system which it bellowed would secure absolute uniformity In tho burden ot taxes It therefore Inserted in tho constitution section 171 which says that taxes shall bra uniform upon all classes of property within tho territorial limits of tho authority levying the tax This was done in tho belief that uniformity ot method would pro duce a uniformity of result and ot bur denIt was urged In behalf of this proposed section that it was demanded In Justice to the farmer in order that slnco his property was of a visible and tangible nature and could not es cape assessment all other property should be put in tho samo boat No one over disputed that this ought to be done Tho only dispute was as to whether or not It could bo dono by this method It was contended that certain classes of property which were of a kind that could bo con cealed would escape assessment and taxation It the burden of taxation pu- upen thorn was too heavy and that the result would be that the real es tate and such visible personal property as the farmers live stock and the merchants goods and the house holders furniture would bear an undue proportion of the burden ot tab ing the public revenue lint the general property tax was Imbedded In our constitution and wo have been trying it harder than wvor for tho sixteen year that have elapsed since the constitution was adopted and it has proved anything but uniform and has not served to distribute the burden of taxation equally Under this system a great deal of property In our cities escapes taxation In spite of the activity of auditors agents much of It is not brought to light The consequence of this Is that an unfair burden of tho support of the state falls upon those who own property that can not bo hidden away and these people are chiefly the farmer The farmer pay more tax on personal property In proportion to real estate than doe the city man under the present system In the five coun ties In tho state which contain all the rhea of the first and second clsssei Jefferson Kenton Campbell Fay otto and McCracken the assessed per tonality Is 20 per cent of the total as sessment In the rest ot the state it is 24 per cent of the total assessment Tho five counties named which mate called urban counties contain 3GC2 per cent of all the realty in tho state and assess only 31 per cent ot all the personalty Tho amount of money bonds accounts and similar porsonalty as tossed by these counties la lees than 7 per cent of their total assessment In tho rest of the state tho amount ot such property asssoesed Is nearly 11 per cent of the total Manlfently it Is true that tho man In tho country does not fled It so easy to conceal his personal property and he has not tho Incentive furnished by a high tax rate to ooncoal It In tho county of Jefferson contain- Ing the city of Louisville personalty is 226 per cent of tho total assess mont In Kenton county containing the city of Covington personalty is 112 per cent ot the total In Campbell with the city of Newport it Is 1C per cent Fayetto county with Lexington does better Its personally being 24 per cent of the total but its well known that tho rural portions of Fayetto county contain an amount ot wealth unusual In any agricultural communityOn hand take tho follow- Ing counties which are distinctly agricultural and note how much larger tho percentage of personalty than in the strictly urban counties Garrard county 25 per cent Allen county 26 per rent Marlon county 30C per cent Adair county 31 per cent Knott county 33C per cent Monroe county 36 per cent Through the entire state the rule general holds and where the contrast Is not so marked the exceptions will generally be found due to unus ually high valuation of farm lands Who Pays the Freight There Is still another way of ascer taining that tho present system does not make things easier for the farmer For the year 1906 tho assessment of the state divides Itself as followsPer Cent Farm lands 43 Farmers personalty llvo stock implements etc 71 Moneys etc assessed to farmers 2G Total for farmers 627 Town lots 326 Town personalty 148 Total town property 473 In arriving at the percentage of moneys etc eet down as given In by farmers for taxation only that given In by counties having no town large r than the sixth clasa le Included and a small percentage of this character of personalty given In by counties having larger towns and yet distinctly agricultural Tho figures probably aro under rather than over the mark Farm property therefore by a con Borrative estimate pays nearly 53 percent of the state tones exclusive ot franchise taxes while town property pays only about 47 percent Of tao state revenue collected by the sheriffs of the state from assessors lists 434 per cent Is paid by farm lands 34 por cent by town lots about 9H per cent by money and securities about 7V4 per cent by live stock and farmers Implements etc and 6 per cent bother personalty It is time tho Kentucky farmer rcallred that the present system bears heavily upon him Equivalent to 10 Per Cent Income Tax The tax commlslson of tho state of California has this to say about the operation ot tho general property tax on farmers In that state The taxes paid by farmers In Call forma aro equivalent to an Income tax ot 10 per cent This Is In contrast to many other industries for exam pie tho taxes paid by manufacturers which amount only to 2 per cent on Income The persons engaged in agriculture with an average yearly income of about GOO pay no por capita per annum in taxes The per sons engaged In manufactures with an average annual lucomo of 810 pay 17CO per capita por annum Tho California system hero denounced Is the same that we havo In Ken tucky and from which the legislature can afford us no relief without a change of tint constitution t+++f+ ++ 1111111111 t+++++ STATESWANT I111111111111111111111111 + Constitutional amendments are be ing given thorough attention by farm ors ot tho oountry In Ohio lion F A Dorthlek master ot tho State Grange In discussing a proposition to permit of classification ot the source ot tax revenue said There is a common ground upon which wo can all stand We mutt havo In Incroeilng amount of revenue and that moans a more Just return of the property In the state Where II the Injustice ot laying a reasonable tax on tho deposits reported by the banks of the slate tho same to bo charged to depositors True not all depositors are residents ot Ohio but they enjoy tho protection of our law and In large measure draw their interest from our people This could at least be done with resident depositors and they would be relieved from the temptation to commit the crime ot perjury The Kentucky Orange The Kentucky State Orange had thl same subject before It at the meeting held In Frankfort October 21 to 23 1907 Mr F P Wolcott Muter of the State Grange discussed tho ques tion in a very Interesting manner U follow The order hu been most active In behalf of tho Just regulation of taxation recognizing that the farmer Is losing more from our present sys tern and tae moro to gain from the establishment of a Just and system of taxation than huequitableI er class of cltlions The resenting tho agricultural class al ways endeavors to bo fair and hon orablo with all otljor Interests and has tho right to demand like treatment In return In nearly every state In the Union the cry has been loud against unjust revenue laws and steps are being taken to remedy the evilsVarious State Granges have by their action declared It wrong to fcg Islato Into tho organic laws of a state any provision which shall exempt from taxation property aggregating vast sums In the possoalon of the wealthy and often kept by them in visible thus leaving tho small hold- Ings of the masses ot people of mod erato means to bear the burden ot doubled taxation Tho present constitution of Ken tucky binds us to tho general prop erty tax that Is to the system of levying tho same tax upon all classes ot property for all purposes There should be an amendment to our con stitution which will allow the legisla ture to separate the sources of rove nuc that is to raise tho state revo nuo from certain classes of property leaving other classes of property toe taxed for local purposes only It has been argued by some that this would throw too much power Into the hands of tho legislature Should such an amendment prevail then would it devolve upon the voters of tho stato to pay stricter attention to the selection of their representatives than has obtained In the past In both city and country Tho Kentucky State Development association and other organizations have honored tho Orange by placing upon Its Joint committee on taxation a member ot this order as represen alive ot the agricultural Interests the state and It Is Important that atI views and demands of the fanners be clearly denned at this state session It Is recommended that this body promptly and emphatically take ac ton In favor of Just and equitable revenue laws and for the establishment of an oftlclal tax commission too composed ot five members four representing respectively the great industries agriculture manufacturing mining and commerce and a fifth member noted for the highest Integ rity and for superior legal ability TIE MARKE- TMini Prlau Potatoes Irish per buU20 Cabbage 20 per lb Peas 12Hc per gaL Honey ISc per lb Deans Ho per gal Apples per bu Soc Blackberries lOc per gaL Kggs per dozen 12c flutter per lb1520csBaton per lb 12c Ham per Ib 12Kb Lard per lbllaChickens on foot per lblGe Corn 100 Oats CO- cWheat 93c per bu Millet 160 pet bu Live SteckifLouisville August 6 1908 Choice export steers 6 75 fj U Choice butcher steers 6 00 I OS Common butcher steers 4 00 4 60 Medium butcher steers 3 60 4 GO Crmmon butcher steers 3 75 4 26 Choice butcher heifers 4 00 4 2i Medium butcher heifers 3 B- OComuuu 4 00 butcher heifers 3 00 3 10 Choice butcher cows 3 00 alMedium butcher cows 2 75 3 25 Common butcher eons 2 00 310 Canners 100 2 00 oxen 4 00 5 00 IIChokeMedium bull 2 75 J fO Common bulls 2 00 210 Choke veal calvea 6 CO fj Ot Medium veal valves 3 50 6 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 fO Good feeders 4 00 Ii CO Medium feeders a 10 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 4 00 Choice Mock steers 4 00 4 U Medium stock steers 3 CO 4 10 Comma stow steers 3 00 J to Choice stock heifers 3 00 a I i Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 5 Common mixed stockers 2 60 30IiChoice milch cows 35 00 U OIMedium relish cows 25 00 30 Common mUch cows It II ZS H Boca Choice packers and bu hrsI200 to 300 Ibs 6 SO tedium packers and butchers 160 to 200 ltw 6 IIIChoice pigs 90130 Ibs 6 9C Light pigs M90 lbs G 70 Light shipper 190100 lbs 525 Rough 1SOWO Ibs 3 00 6 80 has Choice fat sheep 3S 3 76 Medium sheep 2 50 3 2f Common hws 1 80- Bvoks 2 t160 2 76- Choco lamb 6 10 Second C 2C Good butcher Itmbi 4 00 5 00 Culls nnd tall ends 3 00 4 00 MESS PORK 1060 HAMS Choice sugar cured light tad epeelal cure 1213e heavy to medium 1cS- HOULDERSI0c per lb BACON Clear rib sides 9tfo reg ular clear tide 8c breakfast baeon HWc sugar cured shoulders IJ4c bacon extra 9Vic bellle light 10c heavy 10e- LARUPrlme steam In tloreef 10rpure leaf In tierces lOo In tub 1034s DRIED BEEF lie EGGSCase count 15c per dot candled 14- cBUTTERI6c per lb POULTRY Spring chickens ISo to 20c liens 8J4c ducks old 8e tur keys 81 Oc ducks young 13e- WHLAT iA No 2 89e No 3 SSeJCORN No 2 white Sic No3m- ixed Sic OATS New No3 white SOc No 3 mixed GSc RYFro 2 Northern 89c No1 Northern 90c U Right to Lift Writing Those exceptional modern folk who I write with equal ease In the ordinary 1 left to right manner and in Jabber wacky fashion are unconsciously re producing the deliberate method of tho I very ancient Greeks Originally tho Greeks wrote from right to left according to the precedent set by the Phoenicians but afterward until about COO B C when they adopted the modem way they wrote their lines alter- nAtely from right to left and from left to right so that tho eye did not have to travel as ours do from the end of one line to the beginning of the next zigzag writing In which the law ThlatSolon were written was called strophedon meaning that It turned as tho ox did at the end of a furrow In ottenIsucceeding line above the last Lon don Chronicle Little Margie was rather mUchler cm at school but one day she was 49 unusually quiet and the teacher said Margie you have been a very good I girl today Yes maam replied MargieNI couldnt help being good I got a stiff neck Exchange u I s 1i t The Porter DrugsCo i oo rosiTs PHONE 12 BEREA KY 000o ierea and Vicinity o 0 o o GATHERED ITIOM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- oaoaoaoaloaoleaolNololo e NNN+ aNCaNeaoaelNoaN DR BEST 4DENTISTcrrr ruosle yes OFFICE OVER POST UFFICt Mr and Mrs A P Settle attended the funeral services ot Mrs Ber Alblll at Dig Hill Sunday 4 bite 3 Nettle Treadway spent tost week with friends In Paint Lick Wes Maggie Rutherford ot Cia cinnati Is enjoying a pleasant r it with home folks John Welch Will home from Rich mod a few days the latter part cf I tIN wick Ji George Rogers sold his yellow mare one day last week to Dill Clark of UoKee for 300 S K Welch was In Lexington lut week on buslnesa Mr and Mrs Frank Ltrongood left Friday tor Livingston where they will visit at the homo ot tho McFommi From there they go to LaFoIetta Teen to spend a few days with liar Icy Racer Joo Evans and son Franklin re tMued Monday from a two weeks rtolt with relatives In Indiana D U Chandler and brother were In Cincinnati Sunday- A party ot young folks took advant O ot the moon light nights and en jtjed a hayrlda Saturday night Mlwt Elizabeth Lewis has returned ram her vacation Miss Amy Todd who has been via thug at the homu ot Mine Anna Don aldtoa for a couple ot weeks returned home tho latter part of the week and hen resumed her work ID the Dcrea National Bank MIa Dopple Ogg who has been spending her vacation with her aunt Mrs C 10L Rawllngs In the country rammed home Sunday- A W Stewart ot Klrksvlllc was la town Tuesday on business- A P Settle was In Richmond Monday Miss Beulah Vlars of Scaffold Cane U visiting relatives here- J J Wood of Conway was In town HOlIday on business Friends of Daisy Spenco who went I to Rlohmond a few days ago to be ti sated under the doctors there are Clad to learn that she 1s rapidly 1m prevlns and was able to return home Sunday the members ot the Baptist Sunday School who attended their nn nual picnic last Friday report It as a great success Rev R L Brandenburg wont to Vallaccton Sunday to begin a series of meetings Mr Tom Calliper wife and baby ot Irvine are visiting Mr Galllgers father this week should attend the Berea 1Everybody promIses to be the beat that has over been held at Borea Mr Reeco Brantly of Culverton Ga who has been visiting at the home Of Mils Sarah Ely has returned home Miss Knto Dellbou ot Franklin 0 It visiting Miss Sallle Richardson Miss Fannie Dowden has returned I from a visit with her uncle John r Davis Miss Maud Fletcher ot Clay City has been visIting MIss Etta Lewis I for the past week Mrs M E Marsh and her sons Jene and Wilson left this morning for Chautauqua to spend about a month Mrs Maggie Golden is now in charge ot tho college boarding hall IFOR SALE of 55 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road Itt miles from thriving little town of Panolo 2A mile from good school and J4 mile from store Good well at door and good spring In yard Good orch ard ot 200 trees and finest garden In I Estill County Good barn and all nee efttaryouUmllHw 18 acres timber part In grass All thla with clear title for tho small amount ot 600 on cash 1 BEREA FAIR AUGUST 678ALL COME P C Dick Stato Secretary of Y WedneadaytLyceum Comedy Company which was In town last year Is here now The shows are very good and are having Rood attendance pyIrot and Mrs L V Dodge left Wednesday for Northern Ohio and then New York to visit his son Mr Ernest Dodge Mr C D Holllday and James God soy returned Monday night from Jackson Rob U Holllday who has been working for C C Mingle Co of LoulsvlH In the mahogany woods near Axlra Africa has returned and preMitttd G D HolllUay with a nice place of figured mahogany Just from the tree 1 a a i College Items f o o HERE AND THERE o a- e o 0a0a0aeaeaeaeaelMNN0a0abIr In town for the Fair Prof and Mrs Lewis returned Monday from Lincoln and Pulaskl Coun ties where they have been visiting their parents Prof Lewis attended tho Clinton County Institute while he was gone Mr fcmll M D Bracker Superinten dent of Garden and Forest now In Illinois Ms sick with typhoid fever lie will hot be back till school begins Mr J 0 Bowman who has been to Lake Geneva taking special train ing In gymnasium work has returned to Berea Miss Alice K Douglass Is slowly im proving but Is not able to sit up She wilt not be able to be back this fall end It Is feared that she cannot be back next year Mr Howard Clark has returned home from Cumberland Gap where bu has been laying brick rEffct of Altltud on Health Although tbo subject of mountain sickness has been carefully studied at different times and reported upon by skilled observers the effects of prolonged residence In high localities have not received tho same attenUon from scientists It Is taken for granted by most writers that after a certain length of time a healthy man can adapt himself perfectly to any degree of alti tude Medical practitioners resident In elevated parts of South Africa have however cast doubts on the Ideas which are usually held on this subject Observations on persons apparently well acclimatized to an elevation of 6000 feet above tbo coast level fro quently reveal a constant increase In the pulse rate while the examination of a number of Johannesburg schoolchildren showed a largo proportion of cases of cardiac hypertrophy Hospi tal SheIs It the nmount of talking a man does that makes him a bore lieNo Its the amount ho doesnt saj while he talks CORRESPONDENCE Contlnucn front lutt page TIIAVKLKKS HKST Travelers Rest August 1 Owing to the continued drouth crops are short in this vicinity The new dwelling of H II Newman will soon be ready for occupancy A dispute arose between John Crech and J B Banks Monday July 20 when Creech In an angered fright and aided by Ills brother and stcter n law leaped toward Banks and striking him eight times with a keen bladed knife tak ing effect In his chest and back Creech made his escape from the officers Michael Flancry was n town yesterday School is progress Ing nicely at this place with S P Caudell as teacher David Deeds Allen and Thos Lynch will start to New Mexico in a fovr days IIOOIIK Boone August 3Mrs Daisy Lam bert who was hurt by stepping on a nail is Improving There was sing ing at Fairview Sunday evening UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R pvatbeu Successor to OoIDcn Grocers aompang pbonc 184 fWatn Street Opposite Citi3cu Office A D Levett visited relatives near poublellck last week Mrs Lizzie Younce Is visiting her mother Mrs Nary Wren this week Miss Miller of Virginia visited Mrs Davo Martin last weekJess Wren Is doing some work for J II Lambert School election was held at this place Saturday Mr Geo Poynter was elected trustee Huse Levett t t Doublellck and John Levett of Mote visited relatives here Sunday and Monday Next Saturday and Sunday are our regular meeting daysMr Burden of Borea and A D Knuckles are working on J II Lamberts house Oeolge Poynter was In Mt Vernon Friday OBITUARY It has pleased God to take from our midst our beloved daughter and sister Mallnda M Azbill She was born November 19 1872 at Annvllle Jackson County Kentucky She at tacked herself with the Missionary Baptist church when she was fifteen years of age and was married in ISO Site leaves five girls to mourn her departure from this troublesome life While her death brought grief to a wide circle of friends yet those who witnessed her departure consols themstlves with tho visible manifestations of Gods love and power in the presence of all She met death with a smile and a shout that will long be remembered by her many friends an relatives She was a devoted wife and a loving mother She has been a constant sufferer for many years but this never seemed to influence her any when the hour came for her to attend her Sunday School in which she always filled her place She was loved by all who knew her She la gone yet we are made to realize that our loss Is her eternal gain In conclusion wo desire to express cur thanks to our many friends at Big Hill also those at Berea and Kingston for their kind assistance In our heart rending distress Topers kindly M D Settle KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 22 1903 To County Superintendents- The State School Fund estimated distributed for the payment of teach ers for the fiscal year ending June 30 1909 amounts to 266166720 The Per Capita Is declared 360 The Per Capita last year was 340 this year Is an Increase of 20 cents hence this Per Capita for the years 190809 Is the largest In the history of the State Tho School Census showing pupil children report as follows Pupils In counties 637051 Pupils in cities 152301 Total 739352 The School Census last year was 784617 pupils This year the In crease is 4735 pupils 1 congratulate the teachers of the State I repeatWo aro Inaugurat- Ing here and now the biggest forward movement of the schools In Kentucky since the past 40 or 50 years You will see this sentence again Better help now Respectfully Submitted J G Crabbe Supt what means this dream O finite man T us onearth below Or shall the answer sacred sleep Until wo truly KNOW I LAKE OF GALILEE WISCONSIN Lake Galilee near Millers Wis Eight hundred and fifty miles from Berea and twentyfive miles from Lake Superior On the way up here I spent a night in Chicago and ad tended the famous Pacific Gordon Missions where I had the joy cf seeing a man from Louisville Ky apparently converted besides many others Ho was halt drunk when I went to him but In fifteen minutes was sober and looking to the Lord for salvation I am sitting In my room in the Speakers Cottage about twenty rods from the lake a swim in which Is a I New Bargain for You I EIGHT ROOM HOUSE FRANKFORTJuly House with eight rooms two h llwaysI and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with goodstock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five minutes walk of College A very desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at once 1050 Sale good Title perfect- I I REPRESENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N Jwhich has paid policy holders 25000000000 Policies absolutely nonforfeitable after first year The best is none too good for you and 1 have the best Call on or address G D HOLLIDAY THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MAN Bank Trust Building Berea Kentucky I I have just recieved a new stock of goods Best quality and lower prices Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY delightful part ot the dally program Mr Buswell and Prof Weaver with their families are hero and it is a great pleasure to bo with them again They inquire with great Interest about Bereas people and work Mr Bus well has charge ot the program of the conference and Prof Weaver has the music and the finances in his hands Two ot Mr Buawells sons Arthur and Calvin both fine young men both seniors in Minnesota State University have charge of the din ning hall They plan the dally bill of fare and have what they can make out of It They have a good cook to assist them but they can cook when necessary and tho guests are admir ably cared for Mra Weaver is still subject to the severs attacks of spin ul trouble which she used to have In Del ea tho they are not so fre quent and Clare Weaver seems to be gradually growing luto better vitality TheIr home during the coming year will be at Ada 0 There Is a tine company of people here but constantly changing My associates In the work ot teaching have been a very delightful and able company of men Including Rev W E Wight of Kal amazoo Mich Rev J F Young of Carthage 111 Rev R A Montgomery D D of Xenia 0 Prof Um bauch of tho Union Bible Ipstltute Nopervllle III and Pres Carrier of CAmall College Wanknsha Wls whom Mr F O Clark knows well Last week we had with us for one day Rev J Wilbur Chapman D D his assistant Dr Zartman and Ills broth er and business manager Mr E Z Chapman Dr Chapman spoke three times with great power I have a practical assurance from him that we shall have him and Charles Alexan der the former gospel singer with us either next October on their way west to Australia or In March on their return It ought to mean great things for our section of Kentucky I wish this lake was near enough Be rea so that we might have a Berea colony here The conference closes on Sunday August 2 I am due at Green Lake Bible Institute Green Lake Wls on Wednesday If they can let me off for two days longer I plan to spend two days in Hurley with Prof Weaver holding short meetings and visiting the mines rf Tianmore Mich Just across the river then go to Ashland and join an excursion with the Buswells and Weavers thru Chequamegou Bay past the Apostle Islands to the open waters of Lake Superior I hope to get some views of the mines at Iron wood and the ore shipping at Ash land from which to have stereoptlcan Aides made for use in Berea If it is not possible to watt for this I hall spend Monday August 3 in Ashland and perhaps take the short excursion up the bay to Bayfleld Berea and Its people and work are continually In my thoughst and pray ers and I snail be glad to be back at my work there though these journeys and experiences are profitable A E Thomson PUBLIC SALE POSTPONED On I account of the deathj of Mr W P Griffith of near Paint Lick the sale which was to be held on Tuesday August 11 will be indefinitely postponed W P PREWITTAuctioneer PUBLIC SALE I will on SATURDAY AUGUST 15 1905 at ROUND HILL one mile north ot Kirksvllle Ky sell to the highest bidder 1 twenty horse power engine and Klier 1 set cf 24 inch burrows 1 corn crusher No2 1 platform scales 11 corn sheller 1 pair No 1 horse 1Itwo horse wagon and harness Terms made knowu on day of sale Sale to begin at 10 a m GREEN ESTES Kirksvllle Ky After having made each of the above sales I will sell reasonably any kind ot property for person who will have it on the premises W P Prewltt Auctioneer Berea L A Davis M De OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHOME54 CIHTia ST S R BAKER DENTIST Orrici In Hiker Build lag Richmond Strut BEREA KY II0 krs Ir I too 4 City rk 1S3- Tttth extracted without ettrse ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Xfrk Promptly Returned CNN M S Lancaster Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BASK Transacts a general banking business we Invite you specially tx place at least a portion of your account with us wbetber large or small 10 f 10 10 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 for cow horse lOOehlckens Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain if 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reward for a treatment that will cure a parrot of the habit of repeating profanity Why not try the ax 7 C We have it on tho word of nn Eng lish scientist that the north pole presumably having grown weary of waiting to bedlscovored Is coming south There being a considerable stretch of real estate intervening between Franco and Turkey it is perfectly safo for the two countries to make facet at each other Three Chicago men claim to have discovered a process by which human bodies can bo turned into metal There aro plenty already who are evi dently mado of brass As regards tho hen furthermore she has one conspicuous advantage over the cow It is harder to counterfeit adulterate or otherwise impair the usefulness of her output Several more desirable customs than the manufacture of dynamite bombs would be welcomed from an nrchlstlc Immigrants This is a habit oldCt A southern paper remarks that no one ever saw a merry widower This is a very gallant if not very accurate statement for naturally gallantly speaking why should there ever be a merry widower The price of coal is decreasing says m news report However this was to be expected Now the really wonderful thing would happen if the price of coal were to decrease In the autumn instead of the glad springtime A problem in all countries is to keep the young men in the small towns The remedies suggested are many but wo fall to find tho most practical and tho most potent The it way to keep the young men anywhere Is to keep tho pretty girls in the same neighborhood It Is said that Madame Adcllna Pat tl plans another farewell tour of America America is pretty well accustomed to this sort of thing but the former diva should remember that even over hero we have a little say- Ing about the turning of the patient wormIt very discouraging Here Is tho Ladys Pictorial of London saying We do not want all women to be smart and energetic sho who can bo merely gentle and charming and graciousand shall we not even say helpless maintains the Ideal of womanhood for man to worship Jloro mollycoddles Here Is another indication that bust ness is Improving at home and abroad The commercial papers announce that room on vessels has been engaged for shipping 150000 tons of pig iron from Mediterraneanrports This means not only is a growing demand in the old world but that in supplying the requirements American producers will have a fair and will be enabled to give em I 1market to more American labor Commenting on the danger of trust j tag women to run motor cars an Ohio mayor suggests that the only proper machine for a oman to run Is the sewing machine We should bo more willing to couflno our women to these useful contrivances If they had electric motors to drive them It would be well if some of the power spent In driving automobiles were applied to necessary domestic engines which In many homes overtax the feet that push the treadles After all John Hay did write The Breadwinners a novel that had con siderable vogue 25 years ago It was published anonymously before the au thor had made a reputation as ono of t the greatest secretaries of state the country over had and tho secret was kept although suspected until at taut MrIhusbandII I i WOlDansVanity Y It Is Grow ing Less and Is r By PROF EMILE DE LAVELEYE I VNITY and the love of fine clothes which it engenders arc marked among the savages who tattoo themselves before putting on garments and they become more refined in civilized man in what is called society But a higher state of cul ture and the growing empire of reason temper them nod give themallssendirectiononnlrlmen8swellnsw01l1111woro still the customs in China and among savage peoples nut since the beginning of this century civilized nations have borrowed from England the black suit of the Quaker For a man to wear diamonds even as shirt buttons is considered bad taste Simplicity extreme neatness and cleanliness constitute the whole of masculine elegance Women on the other hand still love to pierce thuir cars to hang from them certain stones or to surround thoir neck with beads or small pieces of metal as in the isles of the Pacific or in the days of prehistoric man Every year they seek some new mode of rendering their garments more inconvenient and more costly How shall wo set about curing this infirmity this relic of primitive barbarism Stewart Neill tells us in Tile book on the condition of woman Give her such instruction as will set her at work in the matters of mind and like the modern man sho will cease to find pleasure in feathers and finery A chimera do you say Feminine vanity is an incurable evil I do not believe n word of it Christianity wrought this miracle among the Quakers and in the monasteries why should it not be wrought today by the sense of justice allied to the culture of reason If the black dress coat has taken the place of the silken garments and trimmings of lace why should not a similar change be wrought in tho cos tume of women Throughout the whole period of classical antiquity were thdynot content with the linen tunic and the chlamys of fine wool As luxury in this instance has its root in vanity what we need is to change the current of opinion If public opinion wore sufficiently en lightened to understand that luxury is a timing barbarous infantine im moral and above all wrong the woman who today tlrU sox horfolf in costly clothes in order to please and be imposing would content herself with being beautiful or pretty at a slight cost which is certainly the most charming fashion of so being Nobility of Work Americas Strength By VICOHTE 0 dAVENEL fltltl lunch Writer Good Roadsa Trade GROSS Good Curable By honoring tho holy law work moro than any other people America keeps strength and moral health selfsatisfaction which amuses foreigners is not in an American charlatanism or boasting it is tho convinced optimism man who believes success through trying used to say that to make the maximum effort this world is to attain the object life That without the American cares naught for formulasis tho ideal the citizen the United States What saves time American proletariat from discontent nnd bitterness is not its material welfare but its mental state is not the five or ten additional francs per day which tho work man earns but his dream of fortune which he always cherishes though lIe infrequently sees it realized To know that may succeed and to wish passionately to do EO is sufficient to keep him keyed up to success insensi ble to setbacks Time bricklayer building his brick wall looks without bitterness on the man bound to his office in an automobile motor Wealth alone cannot create classes this country where nobody has pos sessed it long whore many loso it after once getting- it and where most especially everybody hopes to quire it some day It never occurs an American that insurmountable barriers can exist between individuals and miner who became rich yesterday is not the equal of minor became rich years ago as long as both them wear the same equally valuable pearl buttons on their shirt fronts and know enough to take off their hats when they an elevator with ladies in By HOWARD H Scrtlu7 firaeri Oooi ttttt Iitfut values and mako roads of of its The at times of a in Pasteur of in of of of It he car in acv to that a a who 30 of are in Country merchants do not appre ciate what nn importnat part good roads play in their business Let any town im prove its roads out five or six miles and it will draw trade that hind gone to neighboring towns People move along the line least resistance A farmer will travel five miles over good roads than three miles over bad ones he can go quicker and haul twice the load Tho following quotation from the Val City Dakota ttccord of June is significantOne towns in the northern part of the state a few years ago discovered that trade was leaving it and tho farmers were marketing their grain at another town making their deposits in the banks of thc other town and largely buying their supplies thererrhe people of the losing town began an investigation as to the cause and found the merchants of the town was securing tho trade were nut able to offer bargains equal to the other The of grain war no better the banks were no safer and the distance was against the successful town When these conditions were found people began to look elsewhere for the cause Inquiry among farmers disclosed the fact that because of the bad condition of the roads loading to the unsupported town the farmers could haul only threefourths as muchof a load to it as to the other town consequently it lost its trade There is no fact established in business that is any more certain than that good roads help trade They shorten distances to market promote business antI enhance life better worth living are an in dication of the intelligence and industry any community formulathe fully hitherto of rather ley North 25 which price TO FIGHT OIL DECISION CONFERENCE OF AUTHORITIES AT LENOX MASS AttorneyGeneral Bonaparte Announ ces That Attempt Will Be Made to Secure New Hearing Lenox Mass After nn allday ron feronce of the leading governmunt prosecuting officers and Frank U Kol logg of Minnesota ono of tho special counsel for the government In certain civil suits It was announced by Attor ney General Bonaparte Wednesday that every effort would bo made to se cure a revision of tho recent decision and opinion of tho United States cur cult court of appeals In the cane of the Standard 011 Company of Indiana and that an application for a reargu ment of the case and a motion for a modification of the oplnlou would be submitted to that court The following statement was made by the attorney general Tho government will make every effort In Its power to secure a revision of the recent decision and opinion of the circuit court of appeals for tho Seventh circuit In the case of tho Standard 011 Company ot Indiana either by the court of appeals Itself or If necessary by tho supremo court ol the United States The gentlemen who have been In consultation with me all unite In my opinion that In tho Interest of tho Impartial and effective administration of our laws such ac lion on tho part of the government Is Imperatively demanded by tho cir cumstances of the case and tho poss sible consequences If this opinion should stand as authority without question by limo government To this end an application for a rcargument of the case and a motion for a modifi cation of the opinion w111 be submit ted to the circuit court of appeals on behalf of tho United Stntoa at the earliest possible moment Other ap propriate steps will bo taken after ward their character to be determined by the court action upon this application F DORR SUSPENDS BUSINESS Prominent Broker Closes His Many Offices San Francisco Frederick Dorr a broker with otllces In this city Ios Angeles Salt Lake City Butte Mont and Spokane Wash a membor of tho Now York stock exchange and the Chicago board of trade telegraphed Tuesday from New York to his local manager to suspend business Lack of patronage due to dull times Is the cause given for tho suspension Ho maintained expensive offlcoe In Los Angola and this city with leased wires connecting them with eastern cities Dorr wired from Chicago No one has lout any money or will I am not trying to soil my melts bership In any exchange They arc absolutely clear and no money U be log borrowed on them Dorr Is well known socially on the Pacific coast- ASSAULTER BURNED AT STAKE Greenville Tex Public Square It Scene of Dire Vengeance Dallas Tex Tad Smith a negro boy 18 years old charged with criminal assault on Miss Viola Do lancer at Clinton Hunt county was captured by ofQcors Tuesday lie was taken before the young lady and Iden tined The prisoner was then hurried to the Greenville jail Uoforo arriv lag there however a mob of citizens overpowered the omcers took the pris oner and prepared to hang him This Idea was given up howover and the mob agreed to burn him at tho stake Fagots were piled up In the public square at Greenville and tho negro was placed thereon Kerosene oil was poured on and n match applied Smith slowly burned to death while 1000 people witnessed the execution by fire Parachute Jumper Killed Jackson Mich William Oliver a young aeronaut of Mason Mich was killed Thursday while making a para chute drop at Hague park on Vander cook lake near here Just as tho para chute filled the strings on one side snapped and tho aeronaut dropped 2000 feet to lila death tho parachute trailing n usclcsi rag after him Oliver landed near a crowded merry go round and lived five minutes after being carried to the nearest house WifeSlayer Is Dead New YorltDr Andrew Bergen ropsey the veterinary surgeon who shot and killed his wire In her home at Bath Beach a week ago died Iud lenly In the Raymond street jail Brooklyn Tuesday Heart disease ac cording to the prison physician was the cause Iowa Merchant Found Dead Iowa City laThe body of Edward Eckert a jeweler of Marengo was found partly submerged in the Iowa river near Amana Two bullet holes were In the MothertemilleIotosky MIchMrs Ralph Harris of Kansas City Mo and her flve year old son were drowned at Walloon lake Friday It Is thought that tho woman Jumped tnto the lake to rescue the child who had fallen in Man Commits HarlKlrl Burlington laDvld Lnmnsnoy a dealer In fine horses who ansirely but had no permanent homei committed suicide by the harlklrl method Itl was temporarily deranged I by the heat BESSIE AND THE FLOWERS A Little Convention In the Garden That Did Good Dosslo went Into the garden to play It was tho big flower garden and ninny many of the blossoms were just coming Into beautiful bloom Bessie loved to look at the blossoms but she did not consider their rights so she began pulling thorn off and throwing them on tho ground After she had destroyed a treat number of the most beautiful blossoms that had been smil ing so sweetly at her oho hoard a volco saying just at her elbow Now little girl since you have killed so many of my beautiful and Innocent comrades how do you feel Aro you glad to look at those dying blossoms lying about on the ground Wore they not much more pleasing to your eye when they were living and nodding In the breeze and smiling toward blue hrnven And how sweet was their fragrance too for It floated about In hU1manknow how wicked It la to wantonly deI stray these dear flowers But how can they be dead when tloy never breathe asked Ignorant Bessie Flowers dont live they cant walk Yes wo do live little girl ex planned the voice which came from a tall tiger lily Wo all live and grow Wo oat from the soil and drink of rain and dew Wo come from tiny seeds and grow Into flowering plants to make the world more beautiful Did not your mamma want us here It sho had not loved us sho would not have had the gardener plant us and tend us so Industriously And here within a few minutes you bays de stroyed tho lives ot flowers that have been growing all through tho spring putting forth their fresh soft leaves and blossoms to help make this gar den a pierce of beauty and purity See Placing the Half Wilted Flowers In a Dainty Bowl of Cold Water huw those little blossoms on the ground are withering under the suns rays Ah within another half hour they will be entirely dead But had you not pulled them from their patent stem they would have lived many many days to add beauty and love to this world And before their natural death other slater and brother bloc Tome would havo been on the namo stem with them to lake their place when their term of llfo was expired Now little girl do you realize the In jury you have done to the helpless though helpful flowers llosjio stood Quito still for n minute then she replied Yes 1vo been a naughty girl this morning but I shall never never kill another flower just for tho fun of pulling It off tho stem I Of course If mamma says to gather some flowers for the dinner table or to carry to a sick friend that will bo dif trent Then with your perml8l10nI good Mr Tiger Lily Ill a of time fullblown blossoms for they wouldnt live much longer anyway Flowers love to be gathered to alorn the dining tablo and to make the room of a sick person cheerful said the voice They are then put Into nice fresh water and do not die for over BO long a time and their being in water prevents them from suffering ludced they enjoy themselves very much when doing good Its only when being ruthlessly destroyed as you de sroycd so many of thorn this morning that they suffer Well never again will a dear little blossom suffer at my hands declared Bessie And If I could put these poor heads back on their necks again Id do so And so saying she picked up the withering blossoms from the ground and held them tenderly in her hands I know what I can do though she aided 1 can put theta In a bowl of fresh water and act them In a cool shady place In my room where they may feel happy In adding their frapranco what Isnt already destroyed to the delicious morning air And then BcssU ran to her room placing the half wllted flowers In a dainty bowl of cold water And almost Immediately they began to open up acd look refreshed and happy Oh you dear things exclaimed Bessie I shall love you always and always after this mornings chat with old Tiger Lily Washington Star Seeing the Sights Little Boy to hlamother while both Are on a visit to London pointing to DIg Ben MuYTer do you see that big clock over there Mother beaming on her little ion Yes darllacT Little BprTjte to It mower A LESSON IN SftlfiNCK Simple Apparatus for Generating Hy drogen Explained by Prof Mlehiod Broken places of aluminum table or kitchen ware can bo used for sov eral Interesting chemical experiments The following Is a slmplo one Bur from a druggist a foot or two oJ rub ber tubing a stopper with a Btiall glass tube running through It and a few ounces of caustic potash or soda Select n bottlo to match tho stopper nod In it place tho broken pieces of alcmlnum Pour over them some luko warm water and add a few spoonfuls of caiitailc soda This chemical Is not so Dangerous to handle as sul phuric acid yet contact with the skin s IJJ should bo carefully avoided An ef k furvescence will at once take plalo1 A Simple Apparatus for QtncratlnB Hydrogen X and will last for several hours In spits of the fact that the liquid is no longer lukewarmHydrogen gas will bo generated es taping through tho rubber tube and the tens may be used for any of the experiments described In books ca chemistry It should not be Ignited directly at the end of the tubo unless fully a quarter of an hour has elapsed after the beginning of the effonres rulahtioxygen left In tho bottle A given weight of aluminum displaces almost four times at much hy drogen as ls evolved by the same weight of zinc and some day therefore aluminum will be used Instead or zinc for tho Industrial preparation of hydrogen The method Is at present more expensive than the ordinary xlnc and acld process yet It should brv given tho preference in several eases on account of tho following two points of superiority 1 The gas Is free from hydrogen arsenide hydrogen sulphide and geld vapors Its greatest purity become especially apparent when It Is used to Inflate soap bubbles With the class ical apparatus tho experiment cannot be made unless the gas Is purified after leaving the bottle because the acid vapors H carries along break the bubbles long before they reach mar considerable size 2 The apparatus Is simpler and Uoperation easier than In the cilia of time ilncandacld process There is no need of a Wolff bottlo with a con trlvance for tho gradual addition of small amounts of ono of the reagents All the needed alkali Is placed In the bottle at tho outset and tho gas ls generated continuously and regularly until the last bit of aluminum has dis appeared Scientific American A PUZZLER How old Is this lady What is her favorite study Will she succeed Answers Sho Is over 40 She Is In tent on letters She Is bound to excel His Vehicle Smith to Jones who has not visited his club for some UmeWeU old chap where have you been all this tlmf7Jonelol Ive been doing a bit ot traveling lately and finished up by tea Ing a piece of Africa and d say Icrossed the Niagara Kails In athornI was Just going to tell you what 1 crossed the Niagara Falls Jul Can any of you fellows guess Smith Never In a boat Jones No Try agate Blarney An alrsidwl JonesNo Somelhin moro soils than that Give It up Kmllh Yes I suppose so Jones triumphantly In a dreamt PoetryLiterary t1e surest way to make your name a household word Is1 to adrtrtlM utealvalySomenills Journal 9 flUE THOUSAND r MADE HOMElESS NINE TOWNS RAZED BY CONFLA GRATION THAT SPREADS OVER VAST AREA I MONETARY LOSS RUNS INTO THE MILLIONS hundred Lives Known to Have Been Lost Telegraphic Communication Entirely InterruptedOther Towns In Danger of Destruction Cranbrook H a Aug 2 Nino towns on tho Crows Nest branch of the Canadian Pacific railroad have been IIIIld out and many others are Jn danger of destruction by tho fiercest bush fires over known In Eastern Canada Ono hundred lives are kown to have born lost 74 in Ferine alone hun dreds havo been Injured and tbo mon etary lose run Into tbo millions Both the Canadian Pacific and Great Northern railroads have been badly crippled In the territory affect ed and as telegraphic communication U almost entirely Interrupted it is im poMtble at this tlmo to obtain definite figures as to doss of life and property Tho fire la raging in the Klko valley the richest coal anti lumber district In Ilrlilsh Columbia U Is In tho extreme southeastern corner of the province just north of the Montana state line Tbo towns known to have boon destroyed with their population ore Fornlo 6008 Michel 1600 Coal Creek 1500 Sparwood 200 Elko tOo Olson 130 Morrlisoy 310 Hot tier tOO and McGllllvray 100 propI tants are dividing their efforts bo teen a brave attempt to havo their town sad heroic measures to 1succor surrounding communities Nine hundred square miles already Lave been swept by the flames and It Is feared that scores of homesteaders woodIsoon tbs whole of the Crows NtIPus coralry will be lilt to the 0 For Ute pst month fort fires have been rating la the mountain of the Elk river valley country but they I bars not been considered serious Saturday morning a heavy wind sprang up from the west aid early la the afternoon las flames appeared theImooHtata side ail before a Ore guard conk be organized kid entered the town I doomiIn nigh leaving their an behind them All Saturday night and Sunday the ezcdus eonUiiHed At present 390 people are camped in the open their only protection be lag shelters built of brush or blankets while a constant shower of sparks IItbroughcommunication with towns to the east I was kept open but with tho burning of tho bridges acroM tbo Elk river this was closed Scattered through the valley are many small prairies and all of these Jiovo their groups of refugees The hilts in nil directions aro a seething mass of name ousting off every avenue of escape Tho fire spread with unprecedented rapidity and It is feared that several parties who tried to got through tho pass have been cut off DEATH AND PAIN Tetull of a Riot Between Italians and Slavs ITnlontown Pa Aug 3Ono man I dead end 25 others seriously Injured come of them fatally are tho results of a riot early Sunday between Italians and Slavs at Gates one of tho H C Filck coke companies plants near ma sontown All tho men are foreigners Jacob Furnace leader of the Italian Slavbeardingmates Immediately Furanco and Alex Duller Molanskl leader ot tho Slavs were engaged in a fight Antlllo Ron co another Italian went to tho assist anco of tho former and this was tho olgual fur n general light Revolvers began to crack nnd Honco fell deal struck It is said by a misdirected shot fired by Furance in whose assistance ho had gone Tho Injuries of tho 25 men consist of bullet wound through Uio body and legs Nineteen of the rioters ware ar rested nnd taken to Musontown Mom hers of both factions then surrounded tho Jail demanding that their com panions bo liberated Sunday the men wero brought to Uniontown ExplollonIThree Men Killed By Futon Mitch Aug 3Three work mot nro dead and a fourth wns severely burned Sunday as the result of an explosion of coal gas and dust in n coal conveyer at tho plant of the Aetna Portland Comont Co here Panic at Adrlanople London Aug 3A correspondent at Oofla Bulgaria reports a panic fit Adrlanople tho most populous town in European Turkey after Constantinople owing to tho mutiny of a thousand Uinccxplrcd soldiers SANDS DIES AWFUL DEATH VANDERDILTS STEPSON DIES IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Smashup and Explosion of Motor Car Occurs Near Stepfathers Beau tlful Country Seat Partsln ono of tho most terrible automobile accidents In many years in France G Wlnthrop Sands a stepson of W K Vanderbilt was killed Wednesday morning Just outside the grounds of Mr Vandcrbllfs beautiful country seat the Chateau St Louis Do Polssy 20 mllos from Paris Mr Sands was driving his COhorsc power car along at a terrific clip Inn desire to reach the chateau whore Mrs Sands and her Infant daughter were staying lie had always been known as a reckless driver and ss ho had been delayed at railroad crossings ho opened the throttle wide as ho ap proached the chateau grounds Almost Immediately a tire burst and tho machine crashed Into a tree turn lag turtle and burying Mr Sands un der the forward pert and pinning the chauffeur IlcMns to the ground An explosion followed and In a moment tho car was In games Peasants working in the adjoining fields were the only witnesses to the accident They rushed to the roscue but fOArlng a further explosion of the gasoline tank nnd deterred by tho sweep of flames they stood Idly by not knowing how to Rive assistance to tho Injured men Finally they managed to raise tho roar of tho car and release tho chauffeur and a little later after boating down tho fire they dragged out the torn bleeding and burned body of Sands Help soon arrived from tho chateau which is In the center of Mr Vanderbilt great breeding farm Tho In jured mon wore carried to tho house where It was found that Sands was beyond tho hopo of recovery but that tho chauffeur was not seriously in jured DIG FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA Hamburg Amerlca Pier and Quantities of Merchandise Burn Philadelphia Tho Ilamburg Amen ica line pier of the International Mer cantile Marino company at pier 46 South Delaware avenue was destroyed by a spectacular fire Friday night on tailing a loss estimated at 1400000 The German steamer Albano from Hamburg was anchored at the pier and had to be towed out Into tho river The cargo of tho boat was on the wharf nnd was destroyed together with groat quantities of merchandise Including 1000 bales of burlap Weds a Japanese Noble La Crosse WisAn international romance was consummated here Thursday when Shcgotaro Kortkubo member of a noble Japanese family was married to Miss Mario Louise Harrison daughter of Mr and Mrs L A Harrison of this city Mr Korlkubo Is a graduate of two American univer sities His brother is ono of tho lead era of tho Japanese parliament and his father now deceased was governor of ono of the Japanese provinces Detroit Man Slays His Wife Detroit Mich Crazed by tho heat and also somewhat under tho Influence of liquor Tim Mtnahan a lineman wound up a quarrel with his wife by shooting her twice through tho head and the heart Wednesday killing the woman Instantly Mlnahun then turned tho revolver upon himself and Inflicted n dangerous wound in his forehead Wants Mine Sealed as Tomb Cheyenne WyoIn a report made to Gov B D Brooks Friday on the Hanna coal mine disaster of last March costing 59 lives Stato Coal Mine Inspector Noah Young declares that certain laws governing tho opera ion of coal mines had been violated by Ut Union Pacific coal company in Its haste to open up ono entry In which there had been a flro thereby causing an explosion Tho Inspector suggests that the mine be sealed forever as a tomb for tho met whose bodies wero rot recovered FARMAN FLIES WELL Successful Tests of French Aeroplane Are Made Now York Illslng from the ground like a giant bird nnd darting through the air at express train speed Henri Farmana aeroplane the Interesting heavior than a1r flying machine he brought here from Franco to demon strata his ability to fly made Its Initial flight In this country late Friday after noon at Brighton Beach It rose from an especially prepared runway at tho will of the inventor and after attaining a height of 25 feet flew straight ahead on a direct line finally alighting with exquisite grace when the noted air pilot diminished tho motive power During tho brief space of tlmo In which the aeroplane was skimming over tho center Hold of the racetrack tho few hundred spectators most of whom were friends of the Inventor or rival aviators watched the flight with breathless Interest The Instant the trimlooking machine landed cheers rent the air cheers far more enthusi astic and vociferous than those of a racetrack crowd Farraan was sur rounded and literally hugged by the Jubilant aeronauts Members of the Aero Club of America tinder whose auspices Fnrman will conduct his pub Ho flights at Brighton heath wanted to carry the successful Inventor off tho Hold on their shoulders TO BUILD G A R BATTLESHIP Veterans In Ohio Start Movement for Popular Subscription Marlon OA movement to raise money by popular subscription to build a mammoth United States battleship was inaugurated Friday by Owen Gray post O A n at Laruo this county Tho only request to bo made of the national government according to the resolutions adopted by tho post Is that the battleship shall bear the name Orand Army of tho Republic as a memorial to tho veterans of the civil war It Is expected that every Grand Army post In tho country will take up tho movement Contrlbutlonr of ono dollar or more are to be received from all citizens PECULIAR DEATH OF A GIRL Leakage of Heart Caused Probably by a Needle Point Warsaw Ind Within five minutes after she awakened her mother early Friday to tell of a peculiar sensation that had come over her Vlolotta Bowen aged 16 passed away from leakage of the heart It Is one of the most peculiar cases that has ever come to tile attention of local physl clans A postmortem examination de veloped that u minute sharp instru ment resembling the point of a needle had entered her heart through the arteries Michigan Convention Dates Grand Rapids Mich Tho Re publican state central committee at a session hero Wednesday afternoon decided to call the state nominating convention for September 29 at De troll James O Murfln of Detroit will be temporary chairman Tho county conventions were called for September 9 E E Alward of Claro was made secretary of tho state committee and Charles Moro of Detroit treasurer M Fallleres at Chrlitlanla ChrlstlaMa Tho French battleshlt Vcrlte luring on board President Fal Horca and convoyed by a squadron o French worships arrived hero Friday afternoon King Haakon boarded the battleship nnd greeted M Fallleres Killed While Resisting Arrest Donlplnn MoW II Whltwcl who kept a country store In RIple county 20 miles from here was shot and killed Friday while resisting ar rest by G W Smith who clulmcd to bo a deputy United Slates marshal Girl Killed In Auto Accident Mlneola L IAa tIlt result of at Automobile accident near Roslyn L I Friday Louise Rclohardt tho 11 year old daughter of John Reinhardt 1 newspaper artist was fatally injures and died In the hospital hov PICK HIS ENGAAVES INDEPENDENCE PARTY NAMES ITS TICKET e HEARSTS KEYNOTE TALK He Rakes Over Old Political Faiths One ManNtarly Mobbed for Sug getting Bryan as a Can didate Chicago For PresidentThomas L IlIsgen of Massachusetts For vlcopresldeutJobn Templo Graves of Georgia The above ticket was nominated Tuesday night by the Independence party at its first national convention The friends of Mr Bryan made an effort during tho night session to bring his name before the convention and tho man who atempted it nearly produced a riot and narrowly escaped physical violence at tho wands of the indignant delegates The man who sought to place Mr Bryan in nomina lion was J I Shopard of Fort Scott Kan Ho dirt not succeed In his mis lion for being called to order by tho convention and questioned by Chair man Charles A Walsh ho admitted that It was his Intention to name Mr Bryan That was tho first and last time ho mentioned the name of the Democratic leader He was promptly ruled out of order by tho chairman and under the guard of several ser gcanta at arms ho was hustled out of the hall while some of the Incensed delegates vainly attempted to strike I him with fists and one of them swung at him savagely with a cane Three Ballots Needed The nomination of Mr Hisgen was mado on tho third ballot his chief competitors being Milford W How and of Alabama and John Temple Graves of Georgia Reuben R Lyen of New York received a complimentary vote on the first ballot and William Randolph Hearst had 49 friends who voted for him on the first two ballots Tho nomination of Mr Graves was made unanimously all tho other can didates having been withdrawn Mr Hearsts Speech In tbo course of his keynote speech Temporary Chairman Hearst saidIn 1792 Thomas Jefferson who had penned the principles of tho Declara lion of Independence founded the Domoerntie Republican party to per petuate those principles- In 1840 this party founded to be the party of the people had become tho party of privilege and tho Demo cratic party came Into being and crys tallized about the personality and prin clples of Andrew Jackson In 1854 the Democratic party had become the property of an arrogaht aristocracy which denounced tho self ovident truths of the Declaration of Independ ence as self evident lies Then the Republican party was born to restore tho action of the government to tho principles of Washington and Jeffer son and Abraham Lincoln led It to victoryIs not time is there not need torn new party which shall take up the work of the parties of Jefferson of Jackson and of Lincoln and preserve for us and for the citizens of the fu turn the rights and liberties which these parties in their hour of usefulness preserved for the citizens of their time Calls Old Party Faithless The old parties In this day of their decadence are no longer equal to this work for they havo become unfaith ful to the principles which Inspired them and unworthy of tbo patriots who founded them The Republican party Is the open and avowed hand maiden of the trusts It scorns those Who would rescue it repudiates those who would reform it and glories brazenly In Its profitable infamy The Democratic party is merely envious of its sordid sisters ill gotten finery It upbraids her at one election and imi tates her at tho next Tho Republican leaders are the political attorneys of trusts and monopolies the representa tives In public life of those giant corporations which have superseded the people In this republic as the source of power and tho seat of authority Lyncher Killed Negro Hanged Pensacola FlaAt the cost of one man killed and many wounded some of whom will die a mob at 11 oclock Wednesday night succeeded In taking Leo Shaw a negro from the Pensa cola jail and lynching him in the public square of the city The lynching followed a battle at tho jail tho build- Ing being desperately defended by tho sheriff and his deputies Woman Killed Body Burned New YorkJn the finding of tho halfcharred body of a young woman early Wednesday morning In an Iso laded section of Wllllamsburg Brooklyn one of the most atrocious and cunninglyplanned murders that has been given to the police to solve in many years was revealed Gen Drain Robbed In London London Gen James A Drain pres ident of tho American Rifle association Informed the Associated Press botellhoreand two medals won at Blsley by the merlcan rifle team Democratic Michigan Convention Saginaw MitchAt a meeting here Thursday the Democratic state con tral committee decided to hold the Etate convention for the nomination- of a state ticket October 1 at Saginaw StaterWho la Goinj On in Different I 1 i Sections of Kentucky Wt RAILROAD SUEDIBy Revenue Agent to Recover Fines and Forfeiture Penaltiesi Frankfort Ky Arthur E Hopkins of Louisville state revenue ngcnt at large filed suit In the slate fiscal court clnlclrnaUthe sum recover of J96300 It Is forfeIturesj under the revenue and of 1908 it Is provided road companies doing business In Ken lucky must file with tho auditor on the first day of July of each year a statement giving tho total number of miles of road In tho state and the av erage value per mile A fine of 1003 In provided for failure to do this and a fine of r50 a day for each day here aIIlegesply with these provisions for five years until tho fines hatU aggregated al most 100000 CRAZY MANDEFIES CAPTURE Eludes Guards and Flees to Mountains Is Heavily Armed Lexington Ky Armed with a load ed gun and defying attempts to cap ture him Henry Tharp Is at largo in tho Oreatbltt county mountains and it is feared that ho will commit a bloody deed before he is caught Tharp has been losing his mind for some tlmo and becoming suddenlyI violent was overpowered before County Judge Taulbeo at Jack son who pronounced hIm Insane and ordered him sent to an asylum here Before officers from hero could BO aft er him Tharp broke through the guard and fled to tho hills When last heard from he had set cured a rifle and was 20 miles from Jackson and people were fleeing from him Ho Is a relative of Flckey Tom Tharp a member of tho Hargls feud clan who was killed by his wife two yours ago Child Rodent Attacks Covlngton KyDut for Its mother entering tho room just In time to scare away a rat that was biting the little hand of her 7 month old Infant the child of Mr and Mrs John Metz night watchman living at 225 Madison avenue would probably have been killed Tho childs hand was hanging over tho edge of the couch and when the mother heard it cry oho rushed Into the room to see a large rat gnaw- Ing tho hand that was hanging down Sho chased the rodent away and sum ruoncd Dr Guy Eckman Tho child was very weak from loss of blood by the time the physician arrived and Is In a serious condition ExSenator Prewltt III Lexington Ky Former State Sena tor Caswell Prewltt of Montgomery county well to do farmer and undo of Henry R Prewltt of Mt Sterling chairman of tho democratic state central and executive committees Is In a critical condition at the Good Samari tan hospital following an operation for gallstones performed 10 days ago Death Is momentarily expected Fulton Gets Next Meet Owensboro KyTho annual reunion of tho Second Brigade of Con federate Veterans adjourned to meet In Fulton next year Col Bennett H Young of Louisville and Capt Amos Taylor of Sl Louis were tho principal speakers Capt W J Stone of Lyon county was reelected commander HoldUp Man Confesses Louisville icyAt tho behest of his wife to whom he had been married but three months Enoch Kraft charged with a holdup confessed to the police his share In the crime His young wife sat on his Jap all during the story and klused him repeatedly Establish Military Camps Frankfort KyAdJL Gen Johnston directed that military camps be estab lished at Gracey Cobb and Cerulean Springs In Western Kentucky Or dcrs were Issued that camping ground be selected with a view to conveni ence and comfort of the mon They Want Big Money Louisville KyFor the erection of a sanitarium in this city Kentucky Baptists have set about collecting 200000 within tho year The Rev Dr M P Hunt has been mado chairman of the committee to raise tho fund Pioneer Tobacco Broker Dies Covington KyJohn Wesley Dough ner pioneer tobacco broker died at Ills residence hero of heart failure Mr Boushncr was born in Augusta Bracken county Ky 72 yenrs ago 50 years of which ho spent as a handler of leaf tobltcco Will Be Show of Big Prizes Louisville Ky Nearly 30000 In prizes will bo given by the state fair here which opmis its gates September 114 The state gives 515000 to which tho fair offers 10000 from its gate re ceipts and adds 5000 in special prizes To Go In Numbers Louisville IffyIt Is likely that the biggest crowd that ever left Loulsvllla on n similar mission will attend the Blue Grass fair at Lexington on Au gust 12 Tho Commercial club has charge of tho excursion MINE OFFICIALS House DynamitedWife Injured and Hole Torn In Roof Lexington KyNews reached here from Johnson county that an attempt was made to destroy the residence ot George C Perry superintendent of the coal mines there A stick of dynamite was thrown onto the roof of his real deuce tearing a big hole and badly Injuring Perrys wife Ho was away from home at the time The dynamiting is believed to have been done by miners between whom and Perry thoro has been strong feel ing because of his stand against tho adoption of a union wage scale at tho minesPerry has Ulcers investigating the outrage and says he will not bo driven away UNDER THE BAN Louisville W CT U Puts the Improper Sheath Gown Louisville KyWe regard sheath gowns as Indelicate and improper said Mrs J D Mitchell president of the Jefferson County Womens Chris tian Temperance Union Wo shall most certainly go on record as oppos ing them when wo hold our usual meet- Ing in September- It is said that tho organization alll ask tho aid of tho authorities In preventing the appearance of the gowns en the streets of Louisville Word bus come to the Womens Christian Temperance Union that there aro persons In town who are inclined to havo a try at the expurgated skirts and they are going to bo on guard Mob Lynched Four Negroes IIUBscllvillo KyJohn Jones Virgil Jones John Boyer and Joe Riley ne- groes were taken from jail here at 1 oclock in tho morning and Lila to tho tree on which tho Proctors wero hung years ago It is said they were Implicated in the killing of John Cunningham two weeks ago They were suspected ot having advised Rufus Hrowdor also a negro now held at Louisville for safekeeping tp kill Cunningham Planters Books Closed Hopkinsvillo Ky Throughout the district of Kentucky and Tennessee the membership books of the Planters Protective association closed and tha farmers who refused to sign the pledges will not be allowed to join should they so desire until the books arc opened again some time during the winter Tho pledges bind the signer only for the 190S crop Special Judge Named Frankfort KyGov Wlllaon ap rolnted A II Patton of Jackson spe cial judge in the trial of tho Farmers bank of Estlll against the Estill Col le late Institute W S D Williams k Sons bankers against tho Carrolltoa ik Worthvllle Railroad Co and other cases Tho regular judge Is disquali fied Sergt Wilson Is Champion Shot Frankfort KySergt Wilson of tho Second regiment state guards from Mlddlesboro Is the cbampon shot of the state on the skirmish run At the rifle range Wilson made a score of 85 the previous mark being 60 Prl vato Bailey of the Second regiment made 49 out of a possible 50 at SOD yards Fear For Their Lives Louisville Ky Fearful of their lives witnesses against night riders in the Lyon county cases reached Louis yule They aro Mr and Mrs A Stephens 8 L Hall and Mrs Mlnnla Dean and they were accompanied for safety by County Judge Crumbaugh and County Attorney Krone Arranging To Entertain Medics Louisville Ky Elaborate plans are being made hero for the entertainment of the Mississippi Valley Medical as sociation October 1315 Dr Louis Frank Is chairman of the committed on arrangements and Mrs Sidney J MOl era Is arranging entertainments Noted Educator Stricken Lexington KyProf Alexander nMHllgnn of Transylvania university suffered a stroke of apoplexy at Detroit Mich Prof Milllgan had been spending a portion of his vacation a- Mt Clemens and was starting on a tour of the lakes when stricken In the Vendetta Country Burkesvllle lyAn attempt was made to assassinate former Sheriff J R Keen Keen was seated lu his of lice facing the public square when somo ono tired three shots through an open window The bullets truck the wall just above Keens head Poisoned By Bologna Sausage Hopkinsvillo Kyfho threeyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs George Pike of this county died from pto maine poisoning and two other chil dren are critically ill All ale bologna sausage and became 111 Fell Three and a Half Feet Covlngton leyNoah Jameson a carpenter living at Cl East Front street felt but a distance of three and onehalf feet while working on a house at 19 Howell street but suffered a fracture of his right leg In two places East i r J 1 1 J S IQ I Kentucky Correspondence f f News You Get Nowhere Else f iso oertnpadeaos put4 MINI lplt U fan by ttt wrtttt Till urn iut for yiMlMHei lit al u trtdeaaa of toed falti Writ fUlaly a ecNcsnSotlotoo m N 11 MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kinfcston August Llire Bert Az Mil of Dig Hill died last Saturday after an Illness of consumption Wo extend our deep sympathy to the be reaved family The Infant child f Mr and Mrs Bradley Is very low with dI ptheria Misses Martha and Sudle Powell attended church at Dreyfufc SundayMrs Robert Drown of Paint Lick has been visiting her Elsttr Mrs John Jackson of Mote Miss Ettie Azblll of Berea has been visiting her aunt Mrs Ben Boen at this place Mrs Thomas Adams spent a few weeks with her father In Illinois but has returned home Mr and Mrs T J Jackson left a few days ago for their new home In Detroit Mich Our public school Is being taught this year by our good school teacher Miss Margaret Crook WHITLEY COUNTY CORUIN Corbin July 27Miss Laura Wil tier daughter of S A Wilder who died a few weeks ago is very sick Henry Wilder Is all smiles over the arrival of a glrlMrs Babbs Is very scl at this time There Is more sickness in our city lately than for the past year Mrs Jane Dunagan aunt eight miles north of Baileys Saturday to join her husband In a meeting Willie and Ante Dunagan vent 10 London Monday on business Mrs Judge Smith of Vase is visit ing her daughter this week 980KCASTLE CiUiTY LIVINGSTON Livingston August 1eare need IMS rain very badlyMrs S E Hlll ard Is convalescent P W DurbIn ID improving and Is able to be out gala Edward Woodall Sr who has had inulnria la outMrs Bowman isI up again The Juniors made a visit to Robinson and burled one of their members Daniel Lear Monday We hcd a school election Saturday Aui gust 1 Dr W J Childres being the i choice fcjr twelve votes over H D- McnaleeS E Johnson has been vieltinft his sisters Mrs S E Hillard and Mrs Lizzie Evans of Peoples Messrs Reuben and Lewis Hellard of Dango have been visiting relatives T J Hellard and wife of Dango have been visiting Mrs S E Hellard The Livingston base tall team played at Mt Vernon Saturday the 25th The score was 2 to 1 It favor ofI IavingatonJ T Elliot and son made a trip to Dango on business Our town Is Improving as the side walks are bolng concreted by the Kincer Urotlurs Cager Overby was called to London as a witness in the Boston Durham case t Livingston July 2SWe are hay in plenty of rain at presentWe bad a fine picnic Saturday given by the three churches the Baptists Presbyterian and Christian Mrs S E Hlllard Is no betterP W Dur I bin Is Improving slowlyT M Dee made a business call to Jackson County Wednesday John Seaborn Ii and Miss Lucinda Dees visited ct Popes TuesdayMr anC Mrs S E I Fields of Parrot are visiting relatives hereJ W Angel and Abe Tu fioy were in town Tuesday E W I Quinn has purchased the Thoe Burton I placeS E Johnson of Peoples in vAjitlDS his daughter Mrs S E HlHard While in a flgbt with a po 1I lan Josh Parrot was struck on the head with a revolver and badly hurtT M Dees had a fine tow Wiled by a freight train Rome Ad ems hat traded his mules to a pair ofboresU W Bowmans mill has itarted agalnV H Ponder made a pleasant call to P n Dees Satur dl1y1IIat Ford has sold his new grocery store next to Delph and Or ens Egbert Hays has resumed his v ark again UAiJLEI Oauley August 4Rev D Parker filled his regular appointment at Red Hill Sunday Quite a crowd at tendedAlbert Centers aged about I twentyfive while fishing In Rock cutie river July 28 fell In and was i drowned As he occasionally had fits it Is thought he had a fit and fellI In and no one being near he soon drowned Ills remains were laid to gist in the Livingston cemetery July 29 11 leaves a father mother and a host of friends to mourn his loss He has lived a devoted Christian life galnII Robt Bullock Saturday and Sunday Wm Kincer of London attended I church at Red Hill SundayJames Bond of Weaver is moving to hisIi Bethels Mrs Mary Bond Theo parker fell last Friday and broke his I I eDIumairs Mary Spivey of Livingston visited her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Robinson Saturday and Sunday Janl + Morris of Berea is visiting friends and relatives here this week J C Bullock Is candidate for mag istrate In this dlstrlctWm Mobley Is building a new house near his old one John Lear of Carlco was thru here Monday WITH EflS Withers August 4 Deputy U S Marshal J C Mulllns was in Rich mond last week on revenue business R A Sparks is here this week re modeling the crusherWe are always glad to see pension day come around fUo it is a kind of a reunion of the old soldiers The school elections have been more or less exciting this year but they are turning out well with the election of the following trustees Falrvlew T R Mullins Red Hill W H Ponder Livingston Dr Chllders Three gentlemen from Hamilton 0 are her fishing and hunting this weekRev D Parker filled his regular appointment at the Union church Sunday with a large audience Bulgaria and Turkey are at war with each other and all the nat ives of Bulgaria are ordered home About fifty of them from here are making arrangements to sail for home about the 20th The Bulgarians are all Christians and were converted in one day Will Mulllns and wife of Dloputanta are visiting friends and relatives of this place this week Ernest Quinn and wife of Livings ton visited friends and relatives of this place last week- OWSLEY COUNTY nOON E11 LL1- 2Boonevllle August 3The contin cornIpoIntIBullock who has been confined to his agalnIthe new law passed off Saturday with- considerable excitement all over the countyAbout all our districts have employed teachers sad the schools ate now all In session There is con siderable stir now with several par ties here as to who will be postmaster In the future as postmaster J R Hammonds has tendered his resig nation to take effect Septembr ZOo Tilt woods are full of candidates and all are anxlousThe bridge materials for the erection of a new bridge across the river at this place is now on the grounds and will soon be in place The Judicial District Commlt tte of this district has been called to meet at Hazard Ky by District Chairman O W Garrett of this place on August 23 for selecting a time uid manner of nominating a Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney foi this Judicial District to be voted for at the next regular election YIHCMHT Vincent August 1No rain up to this time and the water supply is almost exhausted William Combs oas moved Into the house recently vacated by Daniel fumer Harvey Mnln was at Boonevllle Monday on business W S White and Sam FInley of Rosses Creek were the Kcests of T B Venable Saturday and Sunday T B Venablo was in Beat tyville Thursday on business Quite a number of the Vincent boys are working for the Ida May Coal Co Joshua Farley and wife of Breathltt County were the guests of W C Hamilton a few days agoRev Des Brown held his monthly meeting at Need More Sunday last with two ad ditions to the church We are pleas ed to know that the school at Travelers Rest Is under such fine progress Joseph Creech was the guest of Isaac fcotner Sunday Mattie Venable was Urn guest of Mrs T B Venable last weekB B Botuer and family were guests of Andy Venerable Sun dayon the fourth Sunday in Au gnat the Rev Dan Brown and others will begin a revival meeting at Need More KVKnSOLK Eversole July 2C Gabbard broth ers of this place are in the tie business They haul eleven hundred ties each week Unjle Ellhu Rey nolds of this place killed a copper head which was five feet and four Inches longW F Neely made a trip to Jackson County last week Charlie Reynolds attended the wed ding of Charlie Callahan and Miss Capple Miller both from Elkatawa Charlie Reynolds honored the young people of Cow Creek with a social Arthur Willson seemed the center of attraction as It was his first appearance in publlcJohn Gabbard is planning to go West The gossip of the people tells us that James Gab bard of Elkatawa and Miss Clara Cat lahan of Canoe are going to marry The school of Eversole Is progress Ing nicely with Ray Davidson teach er Mr Davidson Is a fine man and a student of Berea Misses Nettle and Hattie Reynolds are planning to attend London fatrThe Teach eta Association will be held at the Mouth of Cow Creek at Midway school house August 29 Everybody is InvltedJ O Neace of Boone vlile Is planning to go West to teach an Indian school We wish him much success The Midway Sunday School is progressing nicely wuh Rev EzekIel Spencer superintendent 0 B Moore Ben Gabbard and Dill Eversole attended church at Turkey Creek We are sorry Pete Hackers mule died TRA TELLERS REST Travelers Rest July 22Wo are having some dry weather at present Miss Laura Burch has returned home from Berea Misses Della and Laura Bowles were the guests of Emma Hartsock Tuesday John Hoi comb and wife and Mrs Rachel Minter visited Mr and Mrs Wesley Hartsock Sunday last Bent Bowman filled his regular appointment at the Sturgeon church last Satur day and Sunday MM Sissie Gabbard and children have returned home from West Virginia Thos Hartsock and wife are on Duck Creek this week Joe Tacket Is all smiles over the arrival of a baby boy CLAY COUNTY 1IURNING SPRINGS Burning Springs August 3 The many friends of Mrs Lunsford are glad to learn of her recovery from her recent Illness Mrs Lee Jones and daughter Bess have had tonsill itis but are somewhat betterJ S Rawllngs wife and younger children have returned home from a visit to Virginia with his daughter Bessie John Rawllngs Is spending his vaca tion with his parents here Lizzie Sccvlllc stopped with friends here last Saturday on her way to Hyden lu the interest of the Richmond Normal Drs P Webb and O 0 Haggard report a successful fishing trip to Goose Creek Mrs Hortwby of Laurel spent last week visiting her daughter Mrs Ezekiel Hubbard Sunday School and prayer meeting continue to be In n flourishing eon dition The Methodist preacher Rev Johnson from Jackson County flll d Sunaymon to a full chapel Many of our people will attend the Sunday School tally down on Sexton next Saturday Thite will be a reunion of the Be rca students at Burning Springs the last Saturday of this month Miss Haageu would like to communicate with those who desire to take part in the exercises which will be music addresses etc Each one as well as their friends will be expected to at tendPeople of this place show ed theft Interest in school affairs by the way they turned out to the elec tion of a trustee under the new law There were three aspirants for the ofllce and they received the following toes Thos McDaniel 44 Alexander Clarkston 24 and Carmack one The attendance at the schools show a deep Interest by all In education Sunday was a redletter day at the Macedonia church It had been prev iously announced that a new feature foo washing would be added to the services It was the means of drawing a very large crowd JACKSON COUNTY KTIIEL Ethel July 21iWI are having fine weather In thlp vicinity Farm ers are about thru grass cutting The Louisville Point Lumber Co began business here July 21 with E S Shlppen and F C Shlppcn Jr aa mantpers Millnrd Peltre of Station Camp Is visiting friends and relatives at this place Maud Wood Is attend Irg school at Mt Carmel with her brother D O Wood The funeral of Mr and Mrs Arch Marcums daugh tr was preached at the grove near the Mouth of Buncov Creek Sunday Lee Peters of Island City attended church here Sunday Rlley Boggs or ganized a Sunday School at the Un ion church Sunday at two oclock Geo Marcum and wife of London are visiting friends at this placeW N Burch who has been teaching for the past few years hM declined teaching for the coming year and will represent the St John and McCarrol Gas and Coal CoJ A Bowman has re turned from an extended visit at London KyWm Neely of Boone vJUe passed thru enroute to his old home Monday Rev E M Edwards Is holding a series of meetings ft Blnghams Chapel Ethel August IWe are having some very fine weather and corn crops are looking well U S G Rice is smiling very happily Its a flue boySunday Schooi is progress ing nicely at this placeMra Martha Rice visited Mrs John Clay Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Mcsser visited his parents Mr and Mrs I S Messer Sunday Little El la Rice who has been very will with erysipelas is getting along nicely Rice Saturday night Messrs Dot cer Messer and Marlon Neely have Mary Rico visited her cousin Leova gone to Den County on the hunt of workMr and Mrs Bourn Pcnder grass visited Mr and Mrs U S G Rice Friday night lastWm Hacker has gone to Rosses Creek to work In a blacksmith shop John Rico who has been on the sick list is Improv- Ing Mr and Mrs Amos Metcalf vis lied their daughter Mrs Salllo Rico Sunday Salllo Gavins was the wel come guest of Lcova Rice Sunday Ira Wells of Clay County was thru here Thursday taking pictures The Rev Edward passed thru here and preached at Blnghams Chapel Monday night Tuesday and Tuesday night with a large attendance Mr tad Mrs James Wells of Garrurd County visited friends and relatives in Clay and Jackson Counties this week School election will be held at this place tcday U S G Rice Is a candidate for trustee Messrs Wm Carter and Dan Cornett have reed y ed a supply of enlarged pictures and are delivering them this k1n81 Mary Smith who baa been sick M long Is no better Little MAttle Smith has been very 111 but Is though llar1cumswelling is now able to go to school We are planning to go to the Sunday School rally at Clark school house next Sat urday August SHenry Rice has concluded to quit the stave woods and go to school Burnett BIngham of this place has gone to London to haul staves Mattie Dalley made a business trip to Ethel Thursday MIlinLKFORK- Middlefork August 3Hiram Glass of Winchester has ben at this place on business this week Mr and Mrs I John and Leonard Martin of Eversole vltlted friends and relatives at this place Saturday and SundayServlcea were held at this place yesterday conducted by Rev James Baker with o large attendance James Miller of Gray Hawk made a business trip to Livingston Saturday and Sunday Stave hauling is a rushing business In this community Mrs Edna Tussey I our school teacher at this place III attending the Institute at McKee this weekove Tusscy is thought to bo Improving J W Angel planning to visit his sitter In 18I Ill In the near future Llgo traded Green Carpenter of Dango aI saw mill to a pair of mules and got 50 to bootMr Dan Lear departed this life July 26th lIe had been n sufferer for many day with con sumption Ho had been a member of the Disciples Church for four years during which time he was a faithful member His many friends tic In sympathy with hid aged father and two sisters who greatly mourn the loss of their dear one Middlefork July 20 Mrs Edna Tusscy began her school Monday with about forty pupils Bill Lear who has been a sufferer for some time of appendicitis Is Improving Rev Mr and Mrs Isaac Messier of McKee via ited our Sunday School Sunday and Mr Messier gave a nice talk Jako Gabbard of Hurley has been cutting giass for Wes Angel for the last two weeks The Rev Jan Cole preach ed to a large crowd at Old Bend Sunday Mrs Wess Angel was atj Letter Box shopping Tuesday Laura Isaac attended Sunday School at this place SundayJlm Miller of Gray Hawk made a business trip to Wfs Angels Monday night Robert the little Infant son of Mn Dan Angel is sickMrs Rachel Gabbard ot Hurley visited her daughter Mrs Nannie Gabbanl of Parrot Wednes day nightG W Angel Is having success with his stave hauling Corn crops are looking fine In this rom Athel H Locutt HWIliUml Neal U Uridibnw Evergreen Mcgee N munity OHIe and Doollo Angel at tended the new Sunday School at In dian Sunday Oro Tussey s slowly improving MANS CJAI Sand Gap August 3We aro haT- Ing dryweather and crops are looking badly Hauling ties and tan bark U the rageThe Infant of Mr and Mis Powell died Saturday Mrs Powell Is also very low with consumption Wo greatly sym pathize with the sick and bereaved famllyE E Durham and wife are visiting Druhams parents it 11 Ind Cave Dlllard Durham and sitterinlaw Maud Powell are vis lung John Powell and family it Richmond Harry Gabbard who was supposed to have been gone to Ham ilton Is home again Aunt Sophlna Durham left Saturday for Hamilton she will visit for a with hfr daughter Mrs Payne Martha Harrison and Maggie Durham attended Ichinch at Birch Lick Sunday Mrs Martha and Matilda Durham are on the sick list Ben Gabbard bought a sixty dollar typewriter and Is learn ing to write wellAunt Jane Durham la planning to visit her children In Ohio In the near Wo were sorry tc learn of the death of John Alcorn who died at hM home on Gravel Lick Friday morning arAKKOT Farrot August 3John Summers and son Bob of Carlco are this week hauling UM for J Hund ley Brown Herd East Bsraitadt was hire Tuesday Wiley Cole and ton of Plttaburg Kr visited Ms nephew Jerome Hellard Tuesday The people here were to Monday of the death of Dan Lear ef near Carlco Lewis Cunagln B drumming this week an substitute salesman for J H Hundley Mr Phee Hellard who haa been on a ling trip Is home for a weekTho urging school here clwed Saturday with Daniel Parker was tltcttd school trustee here Saturday Ccnwat cm Tllh rase THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS CITIZENij THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and is growing better all the time Just compare it with the other newspapers you Set You can get others as cheap but either they are not as good or they are not made for the mountains or thuy do not give as much Just look at a few of tho things we are giving you now NEWS all the news of the world of this country and of the state that is worth reading All the news of the mountains that we can get and more than any other paper gives All the news of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to us arery while CATTLE All the latest cattle prices also the prices on ties end taubark andspokes etc FARM HINTSA good column and sometimes more hints that will help in the work ou the farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekeeping by an expert SCHOOL A running article on how to teach to make your school one of the best in the state by one of the best teachers in tha state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONA full column every STORIESA fine Rood interesting exciting serial story nil the time and often a good short story a week TEMPER ANCEAcolumn of good reading about temperance AND OTHER THINGS You nil low bow many otker good things you get in THE CITIZEN many of the things that you cant get in any other paper And all for 100 the price of lots of poorer papers That is our best bargain Dont miss it Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription is out ALL FOR 100 Lots of poorer papers charge as muchother papers as good charge more In order to make our offer still more attractive we arrange to giro subscribers bargains with their paper We used to giro some of these things away but made tho paper so much better that we cannot afford to do that any more You can get all these things with Till CITrus cheaper than any where else and besides get a better paper than you can get any where else These are the offersNo lTht Citizen Knife Moat of you It It la the finest premium that was ever offered with any paper It will cost you 75 cents at n store but you CAn get It CITIZEN for 25 cents extra knife 75 cents tho CITIZEN 100 both worth tl76 for J12S No 2The Femurs Rapid Calculator A thirty five cent book that is worth several dollars to any up to dale farmer It tolls whatyou about almost anything on the farm It IM a hood book on UseAHcH of horses cattle sheep and hogs tells you how to know what Is the matter and what to do It gives figures tells you how to reckon Interest If you have borrowed or loaned money or how sunny bushels of corn are In a load that weighs so much or how to measure corn In a crib or inn pile and how seed It takes to plnnt tin acre or how many brick to build a chimney and lots of things of that kind And It has places for you to keep account of your expenses and earn t l ings and of what ou bought and and anything else you want toremembtr It you are ix farm IT It Is Just the thing you wnnt The Calculator 85 cents Tho Citizen 1100 lloth worth J136 for 1110 No 3Tho National Handy Package Just tho thing your wife has been looking for Needles and pins of nil kinds More than n quarters worth but it usually sells for n quarter Wo soil It with The Citizen for ten cents Handy Package 26 cents The CitIzen 6100 6126 for fll- ONo4A book The Mountain of Kentucky By William II Honey n mountain man telling the history nnd the present condition of the mountains AS ho sees them The book is worth 150but we will sell It with Time Citizen for 60 cents Tho book 1160 The Citizen 1 100 Doth worth JU60 for 6160 No 5 Another bookJesus of Nazareth A nile life of Christ by the Rev Dr William E Barton A fine book In beautiful binding with 360 illustrations an ornament to any home and a good book to rend The ullual price Is 250 but we sell It for f100 Tho book 1260 Iho Citizen 100 worth J860 for 20- 0You can get one of these with Your CitizenIrhe nre call to Just write to The Citizen BCTM Kr Tell us that you want to renew rlalnlyThealso send your chock OR YOU CAN GO TO OUR AGENTS Wo haven lot of them and they can take subscriptions and send your name and money and most of them can give 011 tho premiums If they havent them we will send them to you AS soon ns wo got your money No premiums nrosent till tho money Is paId If you want to do that go to one of people llrratlittt County Andrew Bowman Clay County lln Map E Murray Hunting Spring Henry Reid Bldtll Kitlll County Tmlltht London pptop James R Lane Cedar Grove Irvine Sillle M KlndrrJ Branch Mr Jut Lane Rice Station Jarktnn ConutjrA Alcorn Dr A T AnntilU J Btllcr Min Anus Iowell Clover Bottom- J W Jonas Jickton County Hunk J Creek all David Mrs where while future Er here JL of sorry hear ccod result little of week we huie know there much sold these C ylt FoxUmn JP Tlnchtr Gray hawk UIctMagf Beogr Hugh JB Riynoldi UcKer Miss Florence Durham Send Gap MlM Ida King Olin Laurel C nntyO p Nelson Tempter Mndlicn County Mra Era Jones Drtyfat DwiUy Cointy J O Rowlett Tmellen Rest Depoilt Dank BoonCTll- lellMkraitU CoaBly Cltlttni Bank Brodhead Dan Ponder Gaoler B F Button Level Green J W IIDONT WAIT RENEW NOW I