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I I IIIIEREA prtovarUSersnl PUBLISHING co i STANLEY FROST Mwsagr- S I c rrdat tAefoaopteeuIerealiy cuddaU maa tnnr- krMeieSaeoeoSoteoSoQMoS sf j THE CITIZENDevoted the Interests the Mountain People I ItVol X Five cents a copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 13 1008 One Dollar year No 7 BEREA FAIR The Largest Crowd Ever Seen At The Fair Grounds The Last Day Was Ruined By The Rain The prospect of the Derea Fair was blighter Thursday morning than ever before The gates were open cU early and tho crowd did not cease to pour In until late in the morning Hacks and wagonettes were kept busy all day hauling passengers from town to the fair grounds In spite of tho fact that It was decidedly tho larg wt crowd that ever attended tho Fair drunken disorderly conduct use unknown Theic were some very fine entries and good premiums Tho zceond day was all suocoMful as the first tho It rained a little In the Afternoon tvr ry ring was full of the best stock da the county and tOme out of the State The set book came the night of the second day whoa the rain began to fall It lasted all day and com ret ly ruined the dosing day The best premiums were to be pive mi the bar race of the Fair Mere tl occur on Saturday Tho first two days were a sueeew and It Is to le resetted that the last day was lost on account of the rain The rounds are In better condi tion thta year than they over were IK fore The seal were comfortable the Bhade cool and the trask In jrfect condition Tbtre was plenty f amusement ON the ground and none teat was not respectable sad decoct The music Was furnished by tke Klrhmoud Military Hand FIRST DAY PRBM1UMS 1 Ht Houw Madt CheeM 11 Ui Ms J W Iteltard Whites ta- I d Mrs W L Hoakaday White Sta 2 Best Two IouwU of flutter 110 frt Mrs Win ArbweXle Klrktvlllt id Mrs ttm ArbvtkU Klrkavllle Best Raked Ham 0o- 1ft Mr O D Turley Sr Richmond ml Mrs Jno MoWIWawi Whltos Sta I heat Loaf SaltrUlsjc Dread 100 ixmndc flour M pound lad M Mr Annie Walker Whites 9U id Mt J W Ikillanl WfcMw sea LVkt plate Beaten IttsctiUe S40 iht Mss Annie Walker Whites su- Id Vn Wm ArbDc kit KirtovUl- h test qt Home Made Wise 2M it Mr Mix Olbta Kingston ii1 Mr W L Hockaday Whites Sta 7 brat Gallon lee Cretin MO J sire Will ArlmcUle Prow anal rtttf Klrksirtlle- K Pest Osl Pineapple Sherbet 500 Ut h Bert Coddlbirton Bereft ii1 Mrr a n THriv Sr Richmond v Tht GUM Oral Jelly ISO 1 Mr 11 Jackson Rerm l dirs V Ilarntt 10 feat to Cake 100- hI Mrs I Adams White Stat a Mlia Xftnlo Ballard Richmond 11 Best Sponge Coke 1 bbl flog i lit Mrt Jso MoWIUJarai Whites Sin 2nd MlM Margaret Lowen Beroa 12 Host Chocolate Cake bbl flour tit Mm I C Adam Whites Stn itid Mrs Cook Potts Richmond 13 Rest Fruit Cake 500 Est Mm O B Turley Jr Richmond 2nd Mrs Juttle Peters Kingston If Beet Black Cake 750 IM Mrs Ceo Myors Richmond 2nd Mrs A T Fish Wild Ie IS Prettiest GIrl Baby 1000 hI Mrs Robt Duncan Heron 2nd Mrs Luther Told Speedwell I 1 17 West Lady Rider 1000 d let Miss Edith Mason Whites Itai 2nd Mrs Mason Dunn Caleat Ky j 18 Best Gentleman Rider 1000200 lit Jack Pollard Hamilton O I = 0 dc Ao = to of 2nd Joe Maupin Kingston X19 nest Boy Rider under 12 COO 200 frt Jack Durson Silver Creek 2nd Cecil Dunn Whites Sta 20 Best Girl Rider under 12 COO 200 let Mary Tudor Premium and cer Paint Lick IS Mule Rate 1000 GOO lit Harrison Ilurdetto 2nd John MoWllllams 300 m Trot 116000 lit Johnson Bros Baron Mildred End J P Potts Richmond Gladys Curtis ltd Robert White Whites Stn Jack Jasper th Jade Pollard Hamilton O Sweet Allen0deed e With r eel WHAT HAPPENS SEPT 16 The Sixteenth of next month will HI Wednesday and several hundred young people will on that day be rrgUUorcd at students in Berea Col IcgeWill you or your eon or daughter be among them If not It It not likely you will be scary it tow years hence Remember those things The young people who come to Here are the beet Jho most ambi tious and enterprising the most sort sible antI earnest tho bolt schol are and those who will make the best rasa and IIYOU want tb be long In that crowd It ra College stands FIRST n monR the dnenUonal Institutions of all this region It has the endorse rtoat of Prealdent Roosevelt Andrew Carnegie Mtoa Helen Gould and the beet sad greatest people In he load To be able to My I am graduate of Owen will give you a farorabte tntrodutilon anywtier And these hi a reaton for this Itorat NINA hot great teachers a great library sad Tsai courses of study for everybody It takes taro ol Its student In all ways This la what wins the approval of great mm and what draws wore than a thous and students every year Now whit art YOU going to get fuse Derea tide fallT Think It over Read the noose on page S of thla paper Write to Herretary Will C Gamble for a cat aloa and remember the day Septetn bra 1C Well Worth Reading are the Letters to Texas They are full of good advice to young people and old and Interest- Ing to read even if you dont need advice On the last page of this number ot The Citizen and of the next three umbers DONT MISS THEM moo u r Science solves formidable problems and Is powerless before apparently Imple ones She discovers steam rower and electricity and bonds the forces of nature to our needs Nevertheless she cannot yet tell why tae acorn becomes an oak why a stone falls to the ground She Is full of whys that remain unanswered Jlls ScientlflQue Revue The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds tW Richmond Ky AUGUST 18 19 20 AND 21 1908 FOUR GREAT DAYS Liberal Premiums Fine Music Floral Hall 11500 Driving Wagon Given Away On the first day of the Fair the holder of each CO cent admission ticket or each two 25 cent admission tickets will be entitled to guess on the total paid attendance at the Madison County Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday the first two days of the fair To the party guessing the exact paid attendance or the closest to tho exact paid of both days will be awarded a Runabout ruber tiro strictly highclass and valued at 11500 Only those who pay for tickets the first day will be given a guess free the announcement of the winner will be made at three oclock in the afternoon of Fridnry 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 THE TRUSTS AND THE PEOPLE Probably the most important question before the American peo plo today is and for the next few years will be that of the regulation of what are known ns the trusts As a matter of fact there are hardlyany important trusts today The name was applied years ago to n certain form of arrangement between manufacturers by which they brought their business under one control in order to secure cer tain advantages Each man would place part of the stock of his com pany or a written agreement in the hands of a small board of men who were called trustees and who managed all the plants involved in their trust Soon in most of the states laws against this form ofagree ment were passed and the men who wished to get invented other arrangements which were inside tho law but accomplished the same purposes There are now some dozen or more such forms of ar raugement which differ in many ways but are all alike in that they give to a few men sometimes to a single man control over a vast a mount of business with all the power and much of the wealth going with that control the men who formerly owned tho businesses giving up their freedom of action in return for larger prufils These arrangements are not really trusts in form but as they are in purpose the name has come to be applied to them all It has often been said that there are two forms of trusts good ones and bad ones but this is hardly true The fact is that all trusts do some good and most of them do some harm The good that trusts do is in making money It has been prow en that when any article is made in one large factory instead of sew oral small ones or when the different parts are made in large quanti ties instead of each factory making a few of all the parts the thing can be made much cheaper Also when one concern manages the sel ling for a lot of factories the cost of selling of hiring drummers and uf advertising and so Oil is smaller These things and other econo mies make it possible to either get bigger profit for the makers or sell at a smaller cost totho people Because of thtse things the trusts have made nnd saved great sums of money and have contributed largely to the prosperity of the country If they should be destroyed prices would go up on most kinds of manufactured articles and there would be a good deal less prosperity in the country Also of course there would be heavy loss to the people who have loaned money to them on the expectation of getting it back out of the increased profits But there are serious evils iu the trusts It is not hard In most lines of business to get a trust large1 enough to manage most of the product in that line When one concern can do that it has it in its power to drive smaller concerns out of business in parts or in the whole of tho country and when there is no one to compete and make it keep the prices down to a fair level it has a great temptation to charge more than the article is worthto take more than a fair pro fit Frequently it will sell below the price that its smaller competitors can give till it has destroyed them then put tho price up and get the difference out of the people A trust is able to send great quanti ties of freight over one route or another and so can make the railroads freightantimmense business and frequently laws which are on the books or are discussed will affect them greatly one way or another and they pay largo sums to politicians either to buy elections or to bribe officers of greatdualthat there could be a good trustone which made money for its own ors saved money for its customers and did no harm either to its com petitors or the community It is also plain that if in attempting to prevent the injury ne smash the trusts the country will lose all the advantages along with the harm So the statesmen of today have this great problemhow to make the trusts be good and yet not pre vent their doing their share of the nations work stud contributing to the general prosperity- Mr Bryan has the easiest answer He says to kill the trusts That would undoubtedly prevent the damage that they are doing now but it would also prevent them from making any more money would drive prices up and would also cause a panic which would bring on some pretty hard times Mr Bryan if he were a dentist would when a man canto to him with a sore tooth cut the mans head off to make the tooth stop aching He would stop the ache but some men dont like that kind of remedy The Republican plan is to save the head but stop the acheto make the trusts be good without hurting business It is a good deal moro trouble but it will pay In the end We may not all agree on the methods that will be suggested but the important thing is that the idea is right It is worth every mans time to study all he can on the subject and see not only that the Republicans have the right idea but be ready when the time comes to help them get at it the right way for while there are no trusts very near here almost every thing wo buy at a store was made by one and there is no man whose wealth and happiness is not effected by what they do and what is done to them DR ROBERTSON COMES TO BEREA For some time it hap been the purpose of Bcrea College to bring into Its service a man who could make special studios in tho history and social and economic conditions of the Southern mountains and give Instruction In these Important departments which should bo particu larly adapted to toe youth of this vast and promising region Such a man has now been secured In the person of James R Robertson Ph D formerly a professor In Pa cific University and one time teach lug follow In the University of Call fornia Dr Robertson who tips comes to Berea from tho Pacific coast Is a graduate of Debit College and has studied at the Universities cf Michigan and Chicago as well His chief activities have been In the far West where he helper found the Historical Society of Oregon and has done Important work In historical In vestigations He is described as a natural teacher combining enthusi am with thoroness good public speaker and devout and active Christian Coming to Berea with proved efficiency and matured powers ho will bring an Immediate and powerful reenforcement to the educa tional forces of the South Dr Robertson and his family wife and three children will occupy tbo Fee resi dence and be In Berea early in September THE MOUNTAIN WATER For somo little time there has been a suspicion as to the purity of the water coming from the mountains About week ago a specimen was sent to the U S Experiment Station Lexington for Dacterologlcal analysis The result was a report that tho water was unsafe owing to an excess of organic matter and cer tain forms of bacteria though no ev idence was found that typhoid germs were present Immediate steps were taken Jo locate and correct the wrong condi tions A large number of specimens of water were sent for further exam ination and a careful inspection of rprlngs and reservoirs was made It was found that the springs were In perfect condition and the reservoirs In fine shape but surface water finds entrance Investigations and Im I provements will be pushed as rapid ly as possible and there seems no doubt but that a perfectly pure water supply will be obtained within a few weeks Until further report we advise all water to be boiled for twenty minutes before drinking SERIOUS ACCIDENT There was quite little excite ment about noon the second day of the fair when the horse driven by Charles Rogers became unruly He kicked and reared Into the air and in the meantime kicked Mr Rogers on tho leg breaking It very badly The injury is just above the ankle and Is very serious one as It is liable to leave the ankle stiff The horse after Mrjjlogers Jumped ran and tore up a buggy that was in the way and was not caught until near the outside gate Rapo so CortBEREA I Business System 1 is as necessary the farmer man ortbusiness man as to the great or manufacturing tsmall checking account here to to get ahead by buying better and mnnagingt andft CAPITAL t DIRECTORSt+ P Cornelius A J J Moore J + W H Porter Chas Burdette F Dean + + PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS Ar + NEWS Of THE WEEK Farmers UnionStruck by Lighting Big FireHistorians Meet FARMERS UNION A farmers Union was organized in Paducah Ky last week and stand was taken against the night riders At every point in the proceedings of the meet lug tho night riders were denounced Many counties were represented in the pamde at Paducah there being several thousand farmers present BY LIGHTNING Lon Gibson one of the most prominent farmers of Allen County was killed by lightning near his home four miles north of Scottsvllle He Was stand Ing in the open with gum coat over him when the lightning struck him and killed him HISTORIANS MEETINGThe In ternational of Historical Science whose conferences have attracted from all pals cf the world Is be ug Reid this year from August to August 12 in Uerlln The governing body teleceJ Dr David Jayne Hill em bassadoi of the United States to Ger many to deliver the opening address The subjects all departments of ancient and modern history and the lecturers Include a large number of prominent and professors GIRl ROUTS OFFICERS Mss Continued Fourth Fget I I i seo oseer I o SThe Citizen Is Growing Idly Let Your Business Keep Pace With it By Adver g omoaomomomomomomomomofo m MADISON a i t t 1 n a attendance together a a a a a a Berea Bank andi I Trust KY to individual salaried railroad will help you business 4 4 i I 4 PAID I w a STRUCK a instantly Congress annual sclentlsto C Germany comprise historians on s POLITICAL NOTES West for TaftBryan Gets a Setback Foraker and Dick Wanted Bryan to SpeakTaft a Unitarian WEST FOR TAFT Mr A M Stevenson of Denver says that every state in the West will go for Taft with the possible exception of Neva da Mr Stevenson brought to the Republican headquarters in New York the reports of the organization work la the West BRYAN SET BACKThe railroads DryanI t Democratic party Low rates were occasIon10f DranIsays that the actions of the Central Passenger Association will prove a vote getter for him in November FORAKER AND DICK WANTEDlArthur L Vorys manager of movement which caluminated In Wm H Tails nomination for the Presi dency will preside at the opening of the campaign In Youngstown Ohio September 5 Invitation have been sent to U S Senators Joseph D Forokcr and Charles Dick Though their Lames are not on the programm yet their presence is derived CoiUaitd a Fourth Page RESOLVED THATNICETOILETARTICiESARE BUTAFTERYOUVE DOWTYOU WANT TOME LOVELY WEAfABLESTgPUT ON f I DO THEY MKEtoU fEEl GOOD AND Loop 1 GOOD BUSTER BROWN It Lfgnaw Mnr oauwwcw tsae AaTEa Hili Dtf YOU WISH SATISFACTION Do YOU NOT DO YOU NOT WIJH TO GIVE SATISFACTION ANDIOTHERS IF YOU MEET OTHERS YOU BETTER SATISFY THEM IF YOU MEET NEATLY DRESSED YOURSELF REMEMBER YOUR FRIEND IS SEEKING To ADVANCE YOU SHE CAN Do So BETTER IF YOU ARE STYLISHLY CLAD WEAR GOOD ATTIRE IT WILL HELP YOU COYLE HAYES I You Pay LessOr Get MorlIi i MB HAMPTON fPLACE flY IANMLL PA IIAUl Pf1ID K4WI lllIYJf4llff- J1lJrJilJlIMPf SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Infantry from Tort Bethune trapped by In a narrow gorge Among thru la a stranger who Introduces himself by the namo of Hampton also Olllls the post trader and tits daughter mills and mayorlty of the soldiers are killed dur Ine a three days lees Hampton and the girl only escape from the They fall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh themHamptonGrant In command find and the girl stop at the Miners Home In Hamp allllsthers picture and tolls hIm what can of her parentage and life They decide she Mrs Herndon Naida the Kid runs away from Mrs Herndon and rejoins Hampton He Induces her to- go and to have nothing more to do his last game Slavtnthatraid Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives Glencald to teach Its first Miss Bpencer meet NaIda Itev Vynkoop tto She boards at Mrs Herndons p dda and Ueut Drant agaIn meet with Ida knowing who she is She informs Rut of the coming Bachelor club hall In donor of Miss Spencer Lieut Hran Silent scout lie SocialadificultiesrsnriseaatothelIsaeelor rluhs ball amour the admirers Bponoer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen rer but she Is not his acquaintance or the flay before She tells him of and lie accidentally meets her again us he lv returning to the ballroom with a fan for Miss Spencer Drant accompanies Naida ome from dance On the way she Informs him as to who she Is and that phe Is to meet Hampton Urant and tampton meet Hampton informs the lieutenant list his attentions m Nl1lda must cease and proclaims an authority vet her that Justifies the statement irant tells Hampton of tore presence of Went Murphy and of the fast Unit ntlavln receives government tnessuxrs for liD Miss Spencer called on Hob Hainp on Tells him of n mifaced stranger mistaking her for Naida llrant interviews lied Slavln Fluids that Im Is an ex trooper In the Seventh cavalry It was and Murphya tUmony that than ten years bore hail rnnvh tedmore Nolan then a captain In the Sev nth of the murder of Maj UrI Sr- I alii pIon attempts to force a ralon torn Shaven Slavln Insists Ilia Murphy e wants and Murphy had left In a curve Shaven U killed by n knife thrust Hampton surrenders to Duck Mason marshal Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a Idle and defend themselves Mob lights fire to burn them out Drant tells Nalda that he loves her She tells him there Is an Insurmountable barrier between them but that shtf does not fully understatu It Brant and his troop rescues llamptoi and Mason from thin tires set by the mob Brntit carrlin the uncorutcloui gambler through the lines of are Hamp ton Is taken tu the hotel and Naldn conies lo nurso him Miss Spencer accepts the heart and hnnd of Rev Is ordered In take the Held Before he goes Naida tells him site loves him but cannot brctftne Ids wife or tiller un ex planatlou He Insists he will return to her CHAPTER XXV Continued She smiled at him through a mist of tears a smile the sad sweetness of which he would never forgot In the Dense you mean no No Jiving man stands between us nut even Dot Hampton Does ho know why this rnnnnl ho Ho docs know hut I duuht It he will ever reveal his knowledge ccr tally not to you He has nut old me nil eveu In the hour when he thought himself dying I am convinced of that It la not because he dislike you Jleut Drant but because be knew his partial revcalroerit of the truth wij a duty he owed UN bull You leave mo flO completely In the dark he said Is there uo iioaslbil Ity that this mysterious ubatucla can ever be removed None It ls beyond earthly power there lies between us the shallow of n dead man Ho stared at her as If doubting nee sanity A dead maul Not Gillis No It Is not fJlllls I have toll you thin much CD that you might com prehcud huw Impossible It Is fur us to change our fate It Is irrevocably lived Pleaso do not quostluu ute uu moro I cannot boar It llrant rosy to his feet and stood looking down upon bur bowed head her slender figure shaken by subs Nulila as you have ushcil It I will go but I go boiler stituiiier because I have beard your lips say you low me 1 am gotag now my sweetheart but If I live I shall coma again I know nothing of what you rccsu about n dead man being between us but I nhall know when I come back for dead or alive no man shall roman be tweeD me aud the girl I love This this Is different she sobbed different It Is beyond your power 1lIhall never believe so until I have faced It for myselfi nor will I even Kay goodby for uuder God I am coming hack lo you 116 turned slowly and walked away As his hand touched the latch of the doer be paused and looked louglngly bark NaldaShc Dred up at him You kissed mo once will you again She rose silently and crossed over to him icr bands held nut her eyes up lifted lo his own Neither spoke an be drew her gently to him and their lips met Say it onto more sweetheart f Donald I love you A moment tloy stood thus face to face wading the great csun of sire ally within time depths of each others cycsw Then slowly gently she re lease lipisrlf item pin clasp of his etrnnFnuns In me now You do quoten go away blaming root the tloned with quivering lips There Is no blame for you are do- Ing what you think right Out I am comlpg back Naida llttlo woman coming back to love and you An hour later N troop trotted acrora the rude bridge and circled the bluff on Its way toward the wide plains CHAPTER XXVI Mr Hampton Resolves Mr Bob Hampton stood In the bright sunshine on the steps of the hotel his appreciative gaze wandering up the long dusty unoccupied street and finality rising to the sweet face of the young girl who occupied the step above As their eyes met both smiled as If they understood each other There Is nothing quite equal to feeling well little girl he said gen ially patting her hand whtre It rested on the railing and I reaily believe I am In as fine fettle now as I ever have hen Do you know I believe Im perfectly fit to undertake that little de tective operation casually mentioned to you a few days ago Its got to be done and the sooner I get at tt the eaiiicr Ill feel Fact IM I put In a large portion of the night thinking out lilY plans I wish you would glvo It up all to gether Bob shy said anxiously I shall be so dull unit lonely here while you are gone I reckon you will for a fact but Nalda It iMit likely this little affair will require wrry long and things are I Love lots happier between us since my lato shouting scrape When fall comes T mean lo you oast and put you in sumo good finishing schnol Dont care uultu us much ubout It as you did do 0111 Yes I think 1 do Bob She strove bravely tu express cnthunlaim Tho trouble U 1 am so worried over your going orf alone Diluting lifter that man Ho laughed his eyes searching her face for Ihu truth Wall little girl be wont exactly bo time llrst Ive had call in go alter llcnidcs this Is a particular case und appoaU to me In a volt of personal way If you only knew It ynuru about Ult deeply con cerned lu the result as I am und us for WI I can aver rest easy again until the manor Is over with Its that awful Murphy Isnt 1t1 Ibis hut uue Im ktartlng after flirt and one sight at his right hand will decide wiulluir be U to be tho last as wellI never nuppoxed yuii would week revenge HUM a savage she remarked quietly Yuu never used tu bo that way hood Lard Nalda do you think Im low down iniiiigh lo go out bunting thin poor cutty merely to get even with huh for trylug lu stick me with aI knife nhy thorn are 20 others who Jan done as much und we have been he bet of friends afterwards Oh uo lassie It means mow than that aud harks back many u long year J told you I saw It mark i n his hand l svouM never forpet biii I saw that citiric first 15 yearn ego This U n tluty 1 owe n friend n lend irlend to run to earth Mils murderer Oo you ugdei stand now lie fellow who did that shouting up at Helliuue 16 years ago had the same port of a mark on Ills right baud us this one wbg killed Blariu chat why Im after him and when I catch up boll either squeal or die Out bow do you knowf 1 never told you the whole story nnd J dont moan to now until 1 come back and can make everything per fectlj clear It wouldnt do you any good the way things stand now and would only tuako you uneasy Hut If you do any praying over It my girl pray good and hard that I may dis cover some means for making that fel low squeal- fbo made no response but stood gazing thoughtfully past him line you heard anything lately Boh about the Seventh she asked finally Since since N troop lull bUtIHo fcnsworcd with wellsimulated carelessness No but It Is most like ly they sire well Into the game by this Imo Crooks column 1 Lave Just heard was overwhelmingly attacked on the llnsenud and forced to fall- back That leaves the Seventh to take the brunt of II and there Is goingI lo bo hell up north presently or Ive forgotten all t ever knew about In diana But como little girl us I said Im qulto likely to be off before night provided 1 am fortunate enough lo strike a fresh trail Under such condi Lions you wont mind my kissing you out here will you She lucid up her lips and he touched them softly with his own tier eyes were tcardlmmcd Oh Bob I hate so to lot you go she sobbed cling ing to him No one rould have been more to me than you have been und you are all I have left In the world Everything I caro for goes away from me llfo Is so hard so hard Yes llttlo girl I know and the man stroked her hair tenderly his own voice faltering Its all hard 1 learned that sad lesson long ago but Ive tried to make It a little bit easier for you since we first camo together Still I dont see how I can possibly help this Ive been hunting alter that fellow a long whlln now a matter of 15 years over a mighty dim trail nnd It would he a mortal sin to permit him to get away scotfree Besides If this affair only manages to turn out right I can promise to make you the hAp plost girl In America lint Naida dear dont tying to mo no It IK not at all like you to brook dowu In this lush IDunahl You take Ion and he gently unclasped her honda holding her nwny from him whilt he continued to iau hungrily into her troubled rune Sometimes I feel lust liko n cow ard tub Its thn woman nf it yet truly I wish to do wlminvcr you be hove to be best Hut Uob I need you so much and you wit rhino buck wont you I skull hu no lonely lucre rortor you are truly all I hate lu the world Vith one quick impulsive motion ho pressed her to him pnsxlonatcl kissing the tears from her lowered lushes uniblu longer to conceal the tremor that shook hU own volro Never never doubt It lassie It will nut take me long and If I llvo I tome straight back lie watched her dander white robed figure ax It passed slowly down tin deserted street Once only she pHiised and waved hack to him and ho returned Instant although scarcely realizing the uICLI Poor little lonely glrll IVrhnps I ought to have told her thin whore Infernal story but I simply havent got the nerve the way It rends now II I can only got It straightened out Itll be different Mechanically he thrust an unlighted cigar between his teeth anti descend ed the steps to ull outward appear ance the same reckless audacious Hampton as of old This military telegraph occupied one half of the small tent next the Miners Hellcat nnd tho youthful operator instantly recognized his debonair visi tor Well hilly was Hamptons friend ly greeting are they keeping you fair ly busy with war and rumors of wars these days theI Cheyenne The Tulsa ale gUilt thnmsclvo bottled up In the Dig Horn countryOh thats ItT Then maybe you might manage to rush a message through for mo to Fort A Lincoln without discommoding Uncle Sam land Hnptou placed a coin upon the rough table Sure write It out Hero It Is now got It oft early my lad and bring the answer to mo ovet at tho hotel Therell bo another yel low boy waiting when you come The reply arrived some two hours later Fort A Uncoln June IT 1871 Hampton Olencald Seventh gone west probably Yellow stone llrant with them government scout nt Cheyenne walling order 1I1TTON Commanding Ho crushed the paper In his hand thinking thinking of tho past the present tho future lie had borne much In these last years much mis teprescntation much loneliness ot soul To run thin Murphy to cover remained his final hope for retrieving those dead dark ycarf Ay and there was Nalda Her future scarcely loss than his own bung trembling In the balance The sudden thatching of that name Into Ida brain was like an elec trlc shock Ho cursed hula Inactivity treat God had ho become ft child again to tremble before Imagined evil n moro hobgoblin of the mind Ha had already wasted time enough now hn must wring from tho lips of that misshapen savage limo last vestige ot his secret lie dressed for the road for bard exacting service buckling hits loaded cartridge bolt outside his rough coat and testing his revolvers with unusual care Ho spoke a few parting words of Instruction to Mrs Duffy and went quietly out Ton minutes later ho was In the saddle galloping down the dusty stage road toward Cheyenne CHAPTER XXVII The Trail of Silent Murphy The young Infantryman who had been detailed for the Important serv leu of telegraph operator sat In the Cheyenne office his feet on the rude table his face burled behind a news paper Could you Inform me where I might find Silent Murphy a govern ment scout The voice had the unmistakable ring of military authority and the saltier operator liisllucttvely dropped his toot tu the hoof Well my lad you are not dumb are you Tho tle Tph rs momentary heel tAtlon vanished his ambition to become n martyr to the strict laws of survive Mcrvcy WAS not mfflelefltly strung to CNMO him to take the doubtful chances of a lie He was here hunt lies guae- qlicrx Tho devil knows He rode north carrying dispatches for Cutter When Oh three or tour hours ago Hampton swore softly but fervent ly behind his clinched teeth Where Is Custer Dont know exactly Supposed to bo with Terry and Gibbons some whom tear the mouth of the Powder although ho may huvo loft there by this Limo moving down tho Yellow stuns Murphys orders were to Intercept his column somewhere between thin Ttniebud nnd tho Dig Horn No other snout along this border would take such n detail lilt that od devil of a Murphy Just enjoys such a trip Ho started off as happy as over I see him How far will ho have to rldo I Oh bout 300 miles as the crow mos a little west of north and theI batter part of the distance they roe Its almighty rough country fJi night work nut thou Murphy he knows the way all right Sorry you didnt come along a little carlu r be said gmiially Do you know nun phy Im oat quite certain Did you happen to notice a peculiar black scar on Ihe hack of his right handf Sure looks like tho halt ot a pear Ho said it was powder under the skin A now look of reviving determina lion swept Into Hamptons gloomy eyes beyond doubt this must be his man IIOTT many horses did he have TwoDid you overhear him say anything definite about his plans for the tripe What him Ho never talks that fellow He cant do nothing but sput for If he trios nut I wrote out his oat den and they give him to the 25th ta make the Big Horn You wasnt plan ning lo strike out utter him wu you tI might risk It If I only thought rould overtake him within two days my business is ot some Importance Well stranger I should reckon you might do that with a doggone good outfit Murphys sure to take things pretty easy today und hoe almost certain to follow the old mining trail as far HS the ford over tho Della Fourtho anti thats plain enough to travel Beyond that point the devil only knows where he will go for then Is when his bard rldln begins The moment the operator mentioned that odd scar ou Murpliya hand every vestige of hesitation varnished Be yond any possibility of doubt he war on the right scout this tine Murphy wan riding north upon a mission as desperate as ever man was called upon to perform Tho chanco of his coming forth alive from that Indian haunted land was as tho operator truthfully said barely one out of o hundred To the end tu the death If need worn ho would follow ITU UU CONTINUED Know Too Much of There Few men have been u in I rod hIhbU uwu iliiuicsUco Moulolgaa r RADE J nORQM Many m So Designated Arc peqr 3r 4SSJU r1 PERClfENOHJ3TlLLIOff REPRE3UtT A grade horse strictly speaking Is one that was sired by a purobred italllon Always the sire must be nurebrod It tho progeny Is ta be on illled to tho same of grade Where a purebred mare li bred to a grade atalllon her progeny Is nol a grad Such brooding Is degrading n step backward and downward ami the progeny which has not been graded HP but degraded down Is of iMngreJ breeding When a jwrebred stallion Is mated with n native or mongrelbred mare the product of tills first mntlstg Is a oatoucn M grade tM oDrta K MMS ese ulf pure Wood and oksi impure blood It the first propay Is a female and In turn Is bred to a pure bred stalUon of the breed used for iii original tofHiroM her pm my will be a twotnperoM grad or three quarter JMlf80bNd Vbea five top STOMMS of DM some kind of bWod have bees put Ott the tact resiNltaot 01Ispring Is practically purebred MM the work of farther lofxroMlitf Is per sUtMtly carried on without a Maul turning aside to a elre of some oUr trod the blood of the offsprlM Ito COOMB poror all tM willie and purity at blood whim fully evubltalwd pro duo la Its posiMwora decided heredi tary power prepotency to stamp upon their progeny the Aced cbanw tvMsUcs of the breed employod In the ir dlBSM or top crosiag process- Whoa a grade stallion U mated with a native or grade mare the rMultnnt progeny Is of mixed breeding It ta not a grade strictly spooking for there has been no grading up In the breeding proceM and no advance can postlbly bo made so long as a grade sire Is used In place of n purebred stallion This applies to the stallion that is still a grade by meson of too few topcroMoe to make him practical ly purebreed Whore five or more topcrosses of pure blood have been employed In the gradlngup process the final product IIIhas gathered some of the prepotency of the pure blood of the one prodoml mint breed and so may be enabled to stamp with a fair degro of fidelity the characters of that breed upon the progeny of all classes of male Such horses however are not eligible to record in a majority of the govern went recognized stud books hence their retontlon for breeding purposes Is Inadvisable whorl legitimately re corded purebred stallions may bo bad In their place The pure breeds of horse have been bred In one lino for so many years without an admixture of alien blood lint each stallion representing a pure breed Is possessed of tho rower dOfJlgnalingbredpurebred stallions have moro power than others in this way and the dogree of power prepotency may bo said to depend largely upon the degree of pro potency possessed by each Individual ancestor and the length of time thoso haveheu notbocould with but almost inevitably If ho is well bred and of a good family he eharnaleristicsstances some of tho superior qualities of his ancestors Always a purebred thebreedinging up process and the butter bred stollionprogeny attain tho typo character quality and valuable attributes of the pure breed This gradlngup process everywhere should be patiently IUd persistently followed In practice the males betas each tune castrated for the work horse market and the females retained for the furtherauco of tho im proved horsebreeding operations Tho grade stallion may boo and sometimes is a good looker and pos ofhardUo If any breed prepotency back of his good looks Ills pleasing appearance 1I U rsTuuoN wmi V CURBY rowi- TO OrOCtf3 t- Ja 4 often is Hkf the Ihln layer of sliver that give a plated article Its look of reality but merely rovers basu metal and as tko MIlO malarial prodotilnalu In the raakenp of both so la the scrub sad towgrade hone Ihe pnipotonoy comes froM the predominant niemouta which were derived from scrub anoo tors sad merely gives tIN owner this power of tnMMMltUnK like nsxiiMlrablo eemeee II way be siroMfiir than meal a pampered purebtod so tar All bweulnf numerous nicxed ofUprtNR ta concerned bat be stamps alt of them Indelibly with the teal nf tho scrub There Is mh need of maklnc some of our pampered porebred Mel lions man vigorous sad virile by wens oierrlx and sensible feedtnc Ihfit their roils may be more nomeroM and robust but the unnecessary wenluMWH of some purebred tallloM to as Inset Bclent argument for the lenenl tree of icrndei throughout the elate Water rnnnot rise above Its later neither can the grade or scrub eUlUott however muscular sad hardy raise the blood level of his progeoy above that of his own veins In qualy IM- aM of such sires therefore nasally mesas no progress nn grading ap amt on but mere maintenance of a doml level with a poaslbHtty of r trogree Moat where unsound unfit bones am employed Pit A S ALRXAKOBN Vvtrrlnarlan Wleconela MANURE SHED FOR OLD BARN Ily Joseph K Wing The Idea of a covered plow where manure may be spread and kept trod dqn down under the feel of animate an excellent one Almost any sort of shed will serve hut It Is really nearly as cheap to make an upper story undor uhf one reel where straw may bo stored for bedding and even hay maybe placed The shod proper should be high oHowfili to permit ready driving under eve with a depth ot two to OLe esw- SOiI3 the INtiJf Diagram of the Manure Shed three toot of manure Therefore wo design tho shod proper to bo 10 fool In the clear If manure Is to be stored for long periods it should bo 12 foot I should make the shed without any permanent furniture hut with mova ble feed racks that can bo set any where Tho dimensions may be 36x36 feet all In the Illustration or It spaces are made 11 feet It may bo as a whole 42x43 foot or any dcslroi dimension Breeders Gazette Wastes Two things cause expense In the poultry business The first Is loss or waste tho second feed Pro vent wasto and make a pound of toed produce tho greatest powlble game anti profitsness Is moro than half tho battle In preventing loss Keep the lots the yards and thus housw dS clean as you can and you will find that tho Josses or last year will bo reduced CO percent Hens Orarahopperaprop on time meat rations In grasshopper time Save that for cold wcnlhet when thus hens are shut In Round About the State iI 11Whnt Is Going On in Different UJ Sections of Kentucky W TO PARDON HAZELETV3 SLAYER Said That Governor Will Free Mnn Whc Killed a Supposed Rltlcr Frankfort Ky Within the nost few duya Oov Wlllson In expected to enint n pardon to Walter Duncan of Jack mintllle Shelby county who la undor liHllclniont In tho Shelby clrrult court for tho inurdrr of Newton Hoselott In granting the pardon Coy Wlllson will be fulfilling Ills promise to the f members of the Law and Order Ixmgue nod other such organizations to par lon tliiin In cnso they killed riders ttewpftiMlng upon property The In of the governor to persons Cstnlctlona to grow tobacco was to defend their homoa and If R killing occurred In doing so a panlon would bo granted DuHenn Is 111 with Illtents disease and tho chances nre that he will not rocovtr to itnnd trial STATE PRINTING i Plant and Specifications For Letting New Contracts Ordered Prepared Frankfort Ky George A Iawls of thin city has boon directed br the Mate iirlnittitf oomtntMlon to prepare plate and HpeclflrntlcmH for letting ucw ootilrriots fur lnterprlnilng This action on Ilia part of the rant nilwlim virtually Ignores Siinm Intend Nit ot JrlNtlDR J W Hodden and the nuttttlcw of his authority will be taken s hate the courts i Julio p Wood of Ml Sterling had been staled for tho to4Uan but when ihtfound tbathe could not accept and + ttiMluot lair private budlnes at Ml t merlin hi dvclliinl Uie place i Hwldeit claim be h nllttal to A tens of four YMra Ho relumi fO r Htat wtat action he will take sei es Hopkins It Released Iofwas his bond of 10000 having leeen nlgned Uy J T Iry Grant lambert Win ftIII1111 Jetaii Iluldcl and A C Llcht r Immediately upon isle release Hopkins left for MnrtlnsvllU Ind where ho expects to result his health which hen been sorlotifily impaired nlnce tils oo O font Hopkins Is charged with the murder of latrolOlilli II Frank Duncan of latonla Claims Bolt Caused Fire Lexington KyChief Deputy II I MrHltloony at the local revenue erf flee has returned from Midway whore ho Instituted an ofilclal Investigation of the lire which dwtroyed the Green baum dtfttlllery wnruhauneM std 8261 SIO gallons of whfaiky Hu 0xnroM d I ho opinion that the fire was caused liy lightning A thorough lnveMlBa lion will bij made by dejHitlw from I hln olDeo Tho total damage IB about Jl000OflO Threatens Kentucky Woman Lexington KySues Anna Crate Iitumlnont In humane aockrty and church work was warned lit several notes ftlRnml Tho Gang that ahe meal IMVO the city or bo driven away Other threats were mne and site waa also mulled In tho street She as sorts that enemies wore niadu whllo she woe encaged in charitable work Silo fence that hor life Is In danger Mil will demand protection from the oily Merger Called Off Islington KyTho executive com milieu of the Transylvania University Occlded to continue Transylvania Law College The negotiations for merger with the law department of tho State University terminated with this ac lion Merger would have meant thu demise of Transylvania Law College tGoebel objectionStatue Arrives Frankfort lyTho bronzn statue of the Into Gov William CJoobol nr rivet from New York whore It was executed by Sculptor Charles II Nlc t haul and will be placed on the baso of tho monument which covers the grave in the state cemetery After being erected it will remain covorod until September when thu monument will be unveiled Doyle Acquitted Lexington 1 CyOn complaint ot is Postmaster T I Walker City ABUCS W nor J F Doyle was Indicted on the charge of carrying u concealed weap on at tho last election In November Doyle was tried in the circuit court and acquitted of the charge Miner cote Death 1 MayKlng KyJohn Leonard aged SO miner formerly of Carthago 0 was killed In Lacy Crock mines b- railing slate Leonard leaven n wllu und family of three children Died of Hydrophobia HopklnHYllloKy W S then xho was bitten by a dog In this clly on November ii 1907 and who wont 10 Chi cage to take tho Pastotir treatment died atWynno Ark of hydropliobln Allen was married tho first of the year MinisterDrowns Lexington KyThe nov J tj Dar ChrlSllall1chulch 11rOrnjed DELEGATES NAMED To National Farmers Congress to De Held at Madison Wis Frankfort Ky Commlislonur of Agriculture Hankln has rvcommnndal In Gov Wlllion the names of eleven fanners 0110 from ench congr mlonal district to appoint to repnsaent Ken tacky at tho National Fannem Con gross to bo hold tho week of Sept tn her 4 nt Madison Win Tho llsr fol lows John N McGrew Bayou T T Dnrrctt Heinderepn Senator John T Smith Dry Parka HepresMiiatlv J I Haawell llanllnsburg John II S Waters Harroda Creek W T S Blackburn Dry JUdge Charles II Dor rymnn Lexington John Thomas Sholbyvllle Shelby Blnuonnan May Bllck Jolt B Garner Wlnrliratcr Senator Joe Itosworlh Mlddlenboro WOMANS ABILITY Recognized By Fire Underwriters of Two States Louisville Ky51Ies Lydia Cams boll by a vote of tho directors of tho Kentucky and Tennessee board of fire underwriters was named all secretary of that Important body until a sucre aw to Claude F Snyder resigned can br chosen In November This IB the llrel time In Louisville that n woman has ever lied charlie of affair so Ini pwrtant and lorno IUI those of the un derwriters board but Snyder declared that JlII Campbell Is woll equipped fur the place Murder Cases Continued Lexington liyin tho circuit court munlor cliargo ogalngt Hill Itrltton Alex HarRlM Klbort Hargls JMwanl Callahan and Jesse Splwr growing nut of the BwaMlnatton of James Cock rill at Jackson In 1902 wore continued until the next term of court It Is beloved those cafes will bo finally med away Three are the lafet ras on tho docket and were caused by llrenthltt county ftlllQlllltnallonl In which James CoeUrlll Dr II Cox and James n Mar cum wore killed FlQht Over School Election llnrlun KyA pitched battle WAS I8Y1manman Utonion shot In the arm Stockey Ol rne mortallY wounded Lee Itus sell seriously wounded and a young teen wboae name U not known WilY also shut He ran Into the timber and has not been found Tim trouble Jrw out of the school election ro rAlly held- Receives Gold Medal For Shooting Frankfort KySoort Wiley Jforrls ot Jackson ooutity of the Kentucky team In tin natlnnal match at Cmun Perry was prteetuetl with n gold nied al at the stale range for making the highest were of any member of the teem at the shoot last year Tho med al was offered as a prize by Gen Wil licelage this year- Charred With Attempt To Murder Louisville Ky Attempt to murder 1Us Kthtil Iluynor of Anchorage this county Is charged against William Johnson arrested by a posse It la declared that the negro fired twice at Miss Itaynor the first bullet paBHlng oer her head and the second being fired point blank at her barely mls Ing her face Burley Growera to Meet Lexington KyThe executive boar of the Hurley Tobacco Society has called a mooting of the growers to bo hold nt tho headquarters In WInches- ter at which will be decided whether tho crop will be raised next year and what price shall bo fixed on tho 1907 crop yet In pool After Convention Loulsvlllo Ky Determined to secure tho 1909 convention at the Na tional Association ot Life Umlorwrlt ers n local delegation ot Insurance men loft for Los Angolon Wm Ii Current 11 J Powell J M Johliaoii and G H McDonald nre In the party Favors Merit System CovIngton JI1 his annual report mndo to the Covln lon board ot SchoolsI1ilion of the merit system and naked that teachers be given come asHurnnco of a reasonable tenure of olllro An Old Vlralillan Kllznbethtown CyMiss Ann Ellz abeth Sommors aunt of II A nnd C R Sommers editor and malinger of the Bllzabothtiiwn News died lucre aged SO years The deceased was barn at Fairfax Va Jury Fallo To Agree Burkosvlllo lyTho Jury In tho CURe of William mud Hunter Shot charged with the murder of luford Short failed to agree Tho jury stood eight for conviction and four tar no qulttnl Tots Poisoned Newport lvTilu three late snug of Charles Drown are conflnwl o their homo suffering from severely poisoned mouths which are believed to hav been caused from eating ice cream cones bought from rtreet vtndt ta I UNCLE SAM ON THE WINO d I The National DlydsAh Hal We Have a Rival SENATOR WB ALLISON DEAD AGED IOWAN DIES SUDDENLY AT DUBUQUE IA Lcng a Big Figure In the Upper Branch of CongressCummins- Candidate for Toga Dubuque la Senator William Boyd Allison died In his Locust street home at 133 oclock Tuesday after noon aged 79 years With him at dissolution were members of the household and n physician In a bulletin announcing tho death Drs Hancock and Lewis assigned heart failure as tho cause- Announcement of tho senators death came as a shock to Ills neigh bors and the community as few were aware of his illness While for tho last two years he was In declining health and while ho suffered loss of much vitality during tho months of the present summer there was no news emanating from his home Indl cating tho seriousness of ids condl tlon Senator Allison passed through h serious Illness at Washington last winter Three weeks ago he con suited a Chicago physician nnd a fortnight ago went to his country homo a few miles from this olty to escape tho heat and securo the bene fits of country air and quietude lIe remained there until last Saturday morning when he was brought back to his city home During last week nurses were em ployed to care for the senator for tho first time since his Illness and this was tho first Intimation anyone had of a change for tho worse In his con dition The senator lost conscious nose after Saturday and did not fully recover his mental faculties up to time of ids death He had been under tho constant surveillance of physicians for the last few days Lake Forest IllCoy Albert n Cummins of Iowa Tuesday night an flounced himself as a candidate to succeed Senator Allison In congress Tho governor paid a glowing tribute to his late political adversarys services to Iowa and the country at large then frankly declared his ambition to bo elected to the upper house by the leg islature of his state He also announced that some one will be ap pointed at onco to occupy Senator Allisons seat for the remaining months ot his unexplrcd term Whitecap Outrage In Indiana IlUKhvlllo Ind Dcntcn to almost insensibility by whltccappors perfor muted with small holes caused by a nailpronged board covered with tar and feathers John Tribbey welltodo farmer was found bound to a tree Thursday Trlbbcy said ho land been taken from his homo by 18 masked wen who had tortured him Iowa Woman Commits Suicide Wopello In Mrs n 11 Me Whlrtcr n resident of Cairo la was found dead at her homo Friday with her head under a pillow and her mouth and nostrils stuffed with cot ton It Is thought that she committed suicide because of grief over the sen tencing of her son to tho penitentiary Eight Die In Burning Boat Winnipeg Man Tho steamer Premier Capt Stevens was burned to the waters edge at Warrens Land Ing tho northern terminus of Lake Winnipeg Thursday Six passengers and two of tho crow lost their lives Taft Attends a Horse Show White Sulphu Springs W Vn Candidate Taft Friday drove 40 miles over tune movntnlns of Virginia and West Virginia lent himself as tine chief feature of Greonbrlnr countys first horso show and in tho evening led tho German n thu Grcenbrtar hotel VXflkle Gets After Stage Money Washington Chief Wllklo ot the secret service proposes to test tho law In relation to the right of persons to malts stage money such as is freely sold In tho form of 100 bills I RELIEF FOR ELK RIVER VICTIMS Aid In Form of Provisions and Cloth Ing Sent to Sufferers Fernlo B CRelief for the sufferers from the terrible forest fires In the Elk river district which destroyed t dozen large and small towns was generously tendered from the northerc part of the United States and from al over Canada Great trainloads ot provisions clothing and everything else which the sufferers most nee wore sent to the stricken towns The latest estimates on the loss ol life range In the neighborhood of 200 although the authorities declare that when tho final calculations are modE the number dead will not exceed 250 The monetary loss was J750000Q tho Insurance on which Is estimated at not over 1600000 More than 6000 persons were rendered homeless by the awful conflagration At latest reports such towns at MIchels and Hosmer were still fight Ing the fires Many bodies were re covered in this city as soon as the heat from the smouldering ruins ro duccd and made it possible for rescue parties to go into tho stricken part of the city Trains bore the people away In large numbers but now they are returning in family groups and It Is the intention ot authorities to again build up tho town This Intention hat been expressed also In most of the other villages and towns which suf fered by the fire PERISH IN ARCTIC Danish Explorer Erlchien and Two Companion Lost Copenhagen Myllus Krlchsen the Danish explorer met death In the fat north According to Information In a telegram to tho committee ot the Den markGreenland expedition Erlchson and two companions who sailed with him from Copenhagen Juno 21 1906 to the unexplored regions of the north eastern coast of Greenland perished In a snowstorm Tho three men were on a journey over the Ice wheu dis aster overtook them A later telegram brings the Informa tion that Krlchsen and his companions were on an Ico floe when they were overtaken by tho snowstorm and that the floe drifted out to sea They drifted for several days growing weaker and weaker When the floe finally was driven back to land the three men did not have sufficient strength to make the effort necessary to return to the station They must have perished on tho shore The Es kimo who brought tho news ot tbe dls aster arrived at tho station In a dy- Ing condition and succumbed imme diately after making his report Paris Is Dark for Two Hours ParlsParls was plunged In dark ness for two hours Thursday night because ot an attempt ot electricians to carry out n general strike similar to that of March 1907 The maneuver which fortunately proved abortive is attributed to n desire of tho revolu tionary laborites for revenge for an order issued by tho prefect of the Seine closing the labor exchange to the federated unions of the department of tho Seine because ot the part the labor exchange played In the recent disturbances Lighter Full of Naphtha Blows Up Bangkok Slam While the British bark Lyndhurst was discharging naphtha Into lighters In KohSIChang harbor one ot the lighters containing 3000 packages of naphtha blew up Hawaiian Riflemen Coming Honolulu Tho crack rifle team ot tho NationalGuard of Hawaii sailed Wednesday on the steamer Alameda to participate lu the national rlflo com petition to bo held by teams from the regular army end the National Guard at Camp Felt O No Ama anlatlon of Teamsters Detroit MichThe International Brotherhood of teamsters Wednesday rejected the overtures of the United Teamsters of America to amalgamate the two organizations II 5 1855 Berea College lane FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOeIPLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons lu Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE 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 The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science t ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra teesjACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college 11usehighest educational standards i NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the InformaUon culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches note sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to proteot r the character and reputation of the young people Our students come tho best families and two earnest to do well and Improve For any who tramfbe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Beroa live In College buildings assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter I 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 o the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to I one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our cllmato is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books umbrellas and other necessary articles at costILIVING EXPENSES are for the fine buildings in rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding y and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and flGO in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 60 cents in winteriSCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs f Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of I teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term nUO in lower Model Schools 4 GOO in courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the half term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ot j term 015- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945I REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term recelvo back for money advanced on follows On board In full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unex plred fraction of a month and in any caso a forfeiture or fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of n month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and aro 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 10 1908 For information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA CKY I That Premium Knife e takes the eyes of the men mid hoys who FCC it The mountain people liko u good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two Wiuloa of razor steel nnd n dollar paper that Jaiwqrthmorcsto the moue tutu people than any other dollar paper in the world- The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have 6V I ITHE HOME I How to Make Jellies For making Jelly two the fruit be fore It U fully ripe as too ripe fruit will make a ropy syrupy Jelly that will not Jell Another cause of failure Is using too much sugar In nearly all cook books the directions call for equal amounts of fruit juice and sugar Hut a dearer Jelly with more of tho ftult flavor will be the rosult If only three raaaaures of granulated sugar Is used to four measures of of the fruit Juleo For tart Jollies to cot with moats uio only half as much sugar as Juice Certain fruits lute peaches will not Jail well alone the Juice cooking down to a syrup Such fruit Juices should be uut with an equal quantity of Four apple or green grape juice to make them jell t In preparing fruit for making jelly all woody portions like the stems of apple and grapes should bo romov etl but rind and seed should notI na It Is next to thee the jelly mak lug principle Is most abundant Tho fruit should bt just covered with cold water boiled until soft then mashed and put to drain In a Jelly bag which le made by folding to gether the opposite corners of a piece of towllng or cotton and wool flannel about three fourths of a yard square Sow It up In the foum of a thiett cornered bag rounding the end Two thicknesses of cheese cloth make an xcellent jelly bag If the fruit Is first drained thru a coarse sieve and then the juice al lowed to drip thru Jelly bag the jolly will be clearer and prettier but NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from First Fage Mary Pouts a plucky moonshiner iyeare old stood off U S Marshal F M Blair and a posse of deputies who were attempting to break her tttill Miss Fonts lives on Bavr Creek near the border of Knott and Letch cr Counties la the tattle that oc ciried nearly sixty shots were fired and Mme rshal HUain Day was mort ally wounded by a shct from the woman She had the advantage ground by being in a ravine near her romp and could not be reached by their pistol shots She fought with a 44 caliber rifle COL TIUBBLE DEADCol D W Trlbblo at Richmond died at the home of his sister Mrs P P Nun ntly at Stanford August 10 He was buried at Richmond Tuesday morn tog Col Trlbble was sixtysix years eld and unmarried THAWS EXPENSES Harry K Thaws trials were very extensive tho total cost being nearly 500000 Beeldes 156000 has been paid fort drctor and things separate from tho trials My mother made a pres ent of 25000 to Delmas he said Thaw is more than onehalf Million dollars in debt BANKER SUICIDEJ G Lund the former mllllonare and politician of Minneapolis Mina shot and kill ed himself In that city He was the president of two banks and they were both closed by order of State Bank Examiner the day Lund com mitted suicide Lund speculated n real estate and each deal was dls asterous KEHOL NOMINATED Former Congressman Jan N Kehol was noun Irotcd for Congress by the Democrats of the Ninth District Upon motion of the Hon Edgar D Hager his un successful opponent Mr Kehols nomination was declared unanimous by he convention DIG FIRE Five ware houses and 47000 barrels of whlsoky owned dy the S J Greenbaum Distilling Cool Louisville were destroyed at Mid way by fire Wednesday night The loss Is estimated at more than U 000000 The burning whiskey ran In to Elkhorn Creek and the Creek was ablaze for miles burning several bred ges The Midway fire cost the govern ment 2500000 in taxes 1 AUTO DAYBarney Oldfield the great automobile racer Is In Lexing ton ready for the auto day at the Blue Grass Fair Soules has his auto ready for the races which will start Monday at 230 111 BRYAN TO SPEAKW J Bryan will bo three days at Chicago be ginning August 22 And after con ferring with Mr Mack he will attend the notification and return to To peka ICan where ho will speak be fore reaching Lincoln He will also speak nt Des Moines on the tariff questionBOY DROWNS A boy by the name of Wm Pointer aged 17 years was drowned Thursday In New Jersey on the second anniversary of the double drowning of his brother aged 1C years and a cousin of the same age POLITICAL NOTES Continued from Pint rife NOMINATE SHERLEY Represen tative Swager Sherley was overwhelmingly nominated for Congress to rep a no better I After tho Juice II drained off measure and boll fifteen minutes then add the sugar measured and heatedTo the sugar put In a granite dish play it In the oven hoax tag the door open Stir It occasionally so It will hoot tbru evenly and not scorch Boll the Juice a few cupfulls at n time In a broad shallow pan so it wlli evaporate quickly The Jelly will be lighter and clearer than when a large quantity is boiled In a deep ves selWhen Jelly Is done it will boll syrupiporttou over cold water I The glasses Into which tho Jelly Is poured must be well washed rinsed end heated by standing in hot water Keep them out of a draft ot air while pouring in tho hot Juice Jlly should stand until perfectly cold before being covered When reedy to cover coyer the top with granulated sugar then fasten n piece of dean white paper over the glass to exclude the air Dipping the round ot paper In the white ot egg is a convenient way of fattening the raper cover The Jelly will absorb rough sugar to form a thick syrup on top which win exclude the air RI well u praflne and Is much cheer and easier to use- Kep Jelly In a cool dry place and you will nott be troubled with IU fornicating Jonale Lester Hill resent the Fifth Congrewtonal Dl trlct In almost every ward he won three to one over Neweorab It was the lt pest crowd of Democrats overseen at a mate convention in Louis yule CAMPAIGN FUNDS PRODLEM The funds for conducting Uw Denr cratlc campaign is the problem under consideration at F lrvlev at the preeem time It has Uses fully realized that a properly conducted cam Ialgn requires adequate means to pay legitimate expenses The sum ol PiOOjOOc la necessary to meet the ex Ina ot the campaign and Bryan hu said that he would not accept more than 10000 from one person The masses of the Democrats will have to furnish the half million REPUBLICANS OROANIZKD Th Republican headquarters have been Icrmanontly eetabltehed In the Gait House In Louisville The campaign committee begins Its work under the most auspicious circumstances After such a success of the Republicans as last fall the committee feels sure of n victory In Kentucky this fall TAFT UNITARIAN The early report that Wm H Taft has no rellg Gus belief is without foundation Mr Taft has been a member of the First Congregational Unitarian Church of Cincinnati 0 for years His fath er and mother were members qt the same church The Unitarians believe tbat Christianity is summed up in love of God and their fellowmen Tu divinity of Christ Is not strongly pttached from the Unitarian pulpit It rather rejects the doctrine of the TrinityTAFT SPEAKS The principal speaker Thursday at the session of the Virginia Bar Association Conven tion was William H Tail who spoke on The Laws Delayed Judge Tuft stated that the enl sought in the ad ministration of Justice was to i ro moe tranquillity and contentment among the people He tells the Vir ginia lawyers of the changes needed lu court procedure The wheels ot Jus tice etc too cumbersome and do not work with ease Mi Taft closed with a tribute to the legal profession and cautioned that Justice between the rich and poor sftnuld be equallz CL CORRESPONDENCEContinued PERRY COUHTY UZZUIJ Hazard August 8t There seems to te a very poor prospect for any school here owing to a dispute as to the right ot a public school to be taught In a sectarian building The school has been conducted In connection with tho Hazard Baptist Institute for four years and the old public school building has almost rot ted down The new law has changed this end we have no place for a rchool Dr Boggs who has been here for the past few days In the Interest of the Presbyterian school at Avow am left this morning for Louisville He assures us that the school will bo begun In a few weeks It will be located about five miles from Haz ardMr E H Holliday whose death wo reported last week was burled Sunday in the family graveyard ou Troublesome The four year old child at Flora Dresser died Sunday morn lint ot cholera morbus The funeral interment took place Sunday evening Hazard August LL F Brushm who h1 been sick with typhoid fever has recovered and returned hits work in tho bask The Institute which was in session lien last week with Prof Shlnp ni Instructor clue ed at noon Friday Every one pronounced It to be one of the best- evdr hold litreW A Ward was elected school trustee after a spirit td campaign by a majority of six votes over his opponent John Bak er Dr Bops of Lotilivllle will conduct a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church this week A most deplorable accident happened hero today IS 11 Hcllldny one of this oountys most respected clt inns was driving a wagon from here to his home when the team ran away Tho wagon struck a lei eiihone mist throwing Mr Holilda from his seat with great force Hi struck the post breaking his neck and died before help could bq sum moned He leaves a large family to mourn hits loss of winch G D 111111 day c Brao abed M H Holllday or Jackron are best known at Heron OWSLET counn Iii ClrTUtvN Rteotown July 11 Plmie find spas lu your valuable paper for this dream of alas Nnn y Baker living near Uicotown who has been sick since 1IKMI saw appear In tho Bait era part of Uw elements Goo Wash InKton Abraham Lincoln James A Oaitlekl and Win McKIntey It seemed as tho they were sitting in the elfinerta Thoio four presidents look ed M though they wero living und I thought they sat there fifteen minute and then faded from view then I looked towards the north amid 1 saw the four men all standing In II square dressed In blue uniform I thought they stood there about ntl- MII minute and then vanished away After they vanished I thwight that there WM going to be great trouble It beginning in the tat and ettdlnt lu the north Mr Nancy Baltic GARRARD COUNTY ruvr Nets Paint Lick August 1Mrs c C Olauofl and see Walker of lluta were the gtwMC of her daughter Mr O L Onboard ot this plaeeR II Soper sad family visited friend In lees lt Saturday Lawn Stowe while working with a hay bailer plot one of his flagon cut oltMr and Mrs Peters ant the guests of their daughter Mrs Harden Kldd of thi- splaeelr and Ira Oscar Gtabbard were the guests of their iwrewu l1roJ Mr C C Blanton of Berea last Saturday anti Sunday THP LARGBST GIVBR I want to toll you of an Inquiry of my little fiveyearold Helen She attended Sunday School regularly Returning home ons Sunday she said Mamma every Sunday the nan reads how much money each class give end then he tells how much total gives and total gives more than any one lie must be a rich man Who Is total mamma Economic Civic Tidiness From every point of view the Idea of punIround with limitations of one kind or another and more particularly by the tact of the uncertain time limit on their vallablllty There are many Improve ment associations over the country ac tire In organizing and encouraging this work and aa to the benefit to be secured by both old nnd young whether the districts bo open or congested there Is little doubt Moreover tile oth er side of the question the Improve meat in appearance of the great majority of vacant lots and the conIc quent effect on any locality thus Im proved should aid the cause by Inducing a liberal acquiescence on the part of property owners In efforts so mutu ally beneficial The moral agency of gardening In Its uplifting Influence on human nature Is In Itself a powerful Incentive to pin faith to gardening wherever opportunities offer To some the development in growth anti frul lion excites absorbing attention and to others their products nro most allur- Ing To both classes there Is that panic ular fascination which tends to encour age qualities highly beneficial to the gardener as well aa especially so to the community Much benefit may be de rived under proper organization and well defined plans from the cultivation ot vacant lots either for profit or pleas ure Children Civic Beautifiers In tho annual spring flower dlstrlbu tlon this year by the Civic Improvement league of Richmond Va over 1000 children received a packet of seeds together with a printed card of Instructions for the planting and care ot flowers Every child receiving a package of the league flower seeds pledges as follows FlrstI promise to plant these seeds myself and take care of their product Second I promise to help keep my back yard clean TblnlI promise not to throw any trash In the streets of our cit- yFourthI promise for boys not to spit on the sidewalk FlflhI promise to do all In my power to make my city more beautiful and attractive HOW ABOUT YOUR TOWN I What Arc You Doing to Im prove It DONT BE BEHIND THE TIMES Splendid Example of Community Betterment Set by Civic Club Formed by Women In a Pennsylvania Town Active Work In Several Line What are you doing for your town What Is the personal service contrib uted by you to your homo commuultyl Are you cooporntlusT Aro you Inter ested In your streets In seeing that they are swept sprinkled and kept free from refuse Do you visit the school Aro you encouraging the growing of flowers on the school playground 7 It not It Is to bo feared you are behind the tlmo Throughout tho whole land an arousal civic interest has boon manifesting Itnolf In tho betterment of communities no matter bow small The SK tlca Town Idea lies taken a firm root anti the onurgottc ctttam IsI working for the town Inmutlful- Womens clubs have beat formed for tho distinct iMrposo of Improving sev oral large communities In Pennsylva nla In smaller towns numerous clubs hero been fornwd for the purpose of community bettennetit In towns too whom there are no societies for the explicit puriKMC of conducting this work notable Improvements have IllSnI made by tlttt womens clubs much polishing up lies been done by time busy liamla of tile women and do pertinents for civic Improvemeut arc carrying on active work It was Just about ten year ago that a number of women of Carlisle Pa met to cow klr a matter of Importance I that of town cleaalltMM- WlMt did they doT Well a club was formed ami before six months had passed the membaraWp exceeded 160 Of course the mustier torment In n personal one EverybodyI must do Isle atMre So the ladles of Carlisle ROt after housekeepers and janitors of public UulklluRU awl asked theta all to make the itlacexln their charge examples of ctanllne says tlioIhUadlpl forth American Pw pie who kept street atantto and the routers of market stall were visited and soon things took a dKrenmt ap 110It Ill IMo An onlluance forMddlng time throwing of Utter on the Mreeta was prepazetl Introducer In time conn- ell and IMIWHHI I Five years rolled away and Carltste bad rbaniicil Its sppeenauce An anti s IUtag ordmance had been pretMretl by tile Iflilk amt passed by the town council ItlllboHrtls Hibllc dumpo and many objectionable lamlne signs been rum ed An observant IItna hlldI woukl have notkiil that meats anti fruits anti various foods In stores and on street stands bad formerly been expo tl to tho dies they now were covered by netting And through the streets during the warm seasons one could sew a huge sprinkler with the name of the Civic club paint ed on It- Boon tho ChUdrenH League of Good j mcmberlIIhlphalt hour a mouth was given in 0111 the schools to the members of educational committee of tho club During this period they addressed tho children anti their Interest In the and its welfare was aroused townI To stimulate nn Interest In trees nnd lowers the club gives premiums each year for shade and fruit trees that RICRUtluring the summer one can see lamIBering nasturtiums anti other lIlhOOlSIthehedgesFor four years a savings department was conducted where savings from 1 cent upward wero received Substa lona were established In four stores and during Its existence thousands of dollars were cared for The depart mont was discontinued with tho open lag of n savings department In the town bank Perhaps ono of the most prominent features of town life is the lack of en tertalnment Well there Is no such lack thanks to time ladles In Carlisle Under tbo clubs auspices during tile summer open air entertainments are given During one summer a series of concerts was rendered by the band of the Carlisle Indian school And then there Is n kindergarten a beautiful cheerful sunny place whore parents may send their little ones for early Instruction The membership of tbo club now ex ceds 300 Mrs Edward W Diddle the president has been active In in tuguratlug similar movements In other lommunltlcs Improvement of Grounds Do not limit your work to money making enterprises It you live in tho country get as much pleasure from your environments as possible Try to improve the home ground from year to year Plant somewhere on the premises a few trees every year which will odd more and more to the happl flees of your family Like Marrying by Phone Selecting goods from a catalogue and paying for them In advance of deity cry la like1 courting by phonograph and marrying by telephone novel and mildly exciting perhaps but apt to turn out a poor Investment INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY Scheme For Organization to Promote Public Improvement How far the Individual In responsible for an unkempt weed grown village or town la told by n writer In tho los Angeles Times who says livery rei dent of those down nt the heel place Is to bo blamed for the slovenly appearance of time community In got end unless he line done all In life power to better these deplorable con dltlons first by tidying up his own promise and secondly by endeavor Ing to enlist the cooperation of nIl his fellow citizens In a general cleanup Improvement Got n few eoplo Intel cstod nnd have a committee call a public meeting made attractive by n spicy programme Havo the vntertnlr mont close with n brief pointed talk on the nest and benefits of nn Improve mont society Provklo n constitution something like the following mind urge nil to Join before leaving the room FlntThl orBftntaAtloB ahatl be oallei time Improvement aModaUon 8eoMidTh objocta of the noeoetalloi shall be to cultivate iiubtto southeast li favor of Improving end beautifying the homes ntrle and surroundings of and to endeavor to promote In wry leeM limit manner the beet development of IIw whole community ThlrdThe payment of shall eon illtuto membennI taring the this cur rent year of the aaaoctetto- nPourtaA board of director of tane tram aeh ward shall he eleeteil W ballot at thla mmtIng and at each anaua meeting thereafter They ball conitl tute an eirrutive ooaunltt who shall tare the general oootrol and mamas mint of the affairs of ubs aeocliIou Thy shall elect by ballot a president this eke presidents a secretary and R tr serer and the apcnlnUnrat of all commute by th t ebaU lie Mb jut to their approval TN proudest secretary and treasurer shall be ex suds member of the board of director nfthNo debt shall be contracted by too board of dlrvcton byond lbs aaiaemt of available mesas within thrtr control and no mmbr of tbe aaaodatto shU- be HaW for any debt of the e om uoa b7eMl tile amount t hit ar her sub larlpUML8UthTl stiles apecMIe the date ef the annual mactln rules for call nuettan aa4 of ejuoruaM SwethThis eimUtntlcm tear be mnd4 at any meting of the aainela lion provided saM aateodment shall hew been iMlwtod la lie mbltoned cell for tile ineettac Do not attempt toe much simply because you IRK a Kocdly immtenihli list You will not Nod all willing workers or worker at all Ilejta modettly and when tlHt members hove been well tried you will know just tow many live IMtble sptrlted cltteeua you line to depend upon for active tttHort I not scatter your work but thoroughly Outeth each job as you utMlertak It so that no complaint may justly be made as to the pwm aut value wf the teak accomplished Heal witale values will soon arroses ami whom It hi seep that the material mtenMto of all may be benefited you will dad a goodly Mum ber of salons workers Almom betas you art umler full steam the town will begin to grow antl your karvMt la at hand TOWN ADVERTISING Striking Way In Which a Matiaehu silts Town Uses a Huge Chair Not only dues It pay to ndvorttee In every line of islaaas but self adver tisement U n good proportion for towns Gardner Slaw a busy town OH the tiptop of the highest land In Worcester county save only the peak of Mount WachitRott lit the Ugxuitt cbalrmaklng community In the worth end Is known popularly na Ilialrtown It belleviw In saying a good word for Itself and accordingly at the railroad station advortlftoa Itself In uhnrnctcrls tic fashion by having set up the big just chair In tho world which stands on a concrete Iwso In the middle of tbo long lawn alongside tho Boston and Maine station platform The chair weighs 200 pounds and Is five nUll n halt feet square at tbo base and twelve feet high To niakc this bit of furniture there were used GOO feet of lumber AB n bit of town ndvortlnlng as well all an Indication of whats going on In the town this chair Is n winner and every one passing through Gardner is sure to see It and to remember It Parisian Paper Cant The strict department of Parts his a bad reputation which It dotS not de serve Forolsn rlsStors lit particular complain that the streets of tho capital are not kept in a atato of neatness worthy of the City of Light Time fact that the pavcmcitta of Iarls arc littered with scraps of paler to an extent un known In London or Berlin Is due however to the permission given by the au horltles of Paris to distribute advcr islng matter In the streets An at tempt bus been made to remedy this tnto of affairs by placing on tho buulo vard receptacles for circulars nowspa pens anal other refuse says the Sclen tide American Tho receptacles which are mado of Iron are attached to the lamp posts and contain Inner vcbscls of sheet Iron which ore periodically removed nod emptied The new recep aclea ore ornamental In appearance and they attract the attention of the public which already condescends to Use them occasionally and will proba My do so moro frequently after It has become accustomed to them Encourage gardens Nothing we may provide for the school children promlsea richer returns than the school gardens Aside from the educational and physical advantages to bo derived by the child direct the homes arc planted park building encouraged sued dower shows plant exhibitions etc of the future assured Thus tar the movement has been confined to the cities but It la really aa much needed In the country and smaller towns The school garden should thud a hearty response among all people THE MARKET JBern Prices Potatoes IrUr per bu 180 Cabbage 2o per lb Peas I14a per galehoney Uo per Ib I lleftn lie per Apples per bu anijBlackberries 10 fcgs tier down 7otButter per Ib150e Union per lit Ie lUm pr IIJllo i Urd per Ifcvlla Chickens on foot per JbaSc Corn 100 Oat Ota Wheat Ma pr bu Millet HW use bu Live Stock LoHtorllta AMsMt 0 1XN Choice port steers 6 76 6 40 Choice Imtelwr MMsu I W I 16 Common hwUMr steers 460 4 M Medium butcher steers 8 10 4 GOiCommon butcher steers I 7i 4 N Choler butcher Jwlfm 4 M 4 21 tMedium butcher helta I M 4 00 Conuwa butcher ku hen I N S M Choler batcher Bows 8 M 126 Medium butcher cows 2 71 3 N i CowmoB buther eews N 101- Ceaaers 10 toICbolo fat OKW 418 i Midtera oxen 3 00 4 00 IIMOaoleo veal calvta 660 GOO Medium vtal salvia 3 10 I 01 Common ealve 2 JO 2 fO Good feeder 4 M IN Motion footer S N 4 W I- Ce Common Nadirs I M 4 M teak steers 4 00 4 M Medium tlotk Mean 3 M 4 OICommon stoat teem 3 00 J Choice stock betters I M I M Medium tock heifers 2 N 3Ij Common mixed seekers S M 00IChoke musk sews 34 00 45 Median toilet seas 2i 60 10 00 I Common much cows 11 II t II it- noes Choice piehm cwt retaken JOG to IN lbs IM Medium paeAn seat wtuwen 1W to MO lbs 0 U Choke pigs M1M lbs CM Light pup MM lbs IT Light ahlppen 11110 1b0 ISN- oostu 1M4N lbs I N 191- sits Choke rat ekeey 3 31 371 Medium beep 2 5 826 Comlaoa ihaat ill i tc Uvcta 1 M I 71- CLoM lama 6 M Seconds i si- Oood butcher bums 4 M 1 M Culls Mil tellend I N 4 M- MB8C PORK flQJO HAMSChoice sugar cured light and special rare ISlSo heavy to medium 12- eSHOULDR610e per Ib BACON CUar rib tide 9rJc regular clear sldas SJic breakfast bacon 4VC sugar cured Moulder Kc bacon extra Duo bellies light lOs hoary 10- 0LARlPrlnlO steam In tlerte lOe pure leaf In tierces lOt IB tube lOfte DRIED BEEF lie EGGS Case count ICc per dot candled He- DUIIERiGo per lb POULTRY Spring chickens ISc to SOc hens 8V4o ducks old Sc turkeys 81Oe ducks young 3e A WHLATNo 2 SO No3 SSe CORN No 2 white Ste No 3- nlxod Sle- OATSNow No 3 white GOc No 3 mixed 6Sc RYU No 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern SOc 0 CggiStrange of rats removing hens eggs from the lettow to the 0lowpaws while his comrades drag blm todlsOOlleorats accomplish the feat from stair to thofirstup on Its hind leg and the second as legsItwitnessed but It Is not out of the com manTho rat will extract the cotton from hislonguntil ho has consumed all that can bo reachedI found lumps of sugar In a deep drawer at a distance of thirty pettylarcenyonce saw a rat mount a table on which a drum of figs was fixed and straightway tip It over scattering its contents on the floor below where a score of watchingfor i 4 S oiThe Porter Drug Co n4DouofAT1D r PHONE 12 BEREA KY + + r oooticooooooooeeoooooeooBerea i i 0o eo- r o GATHKRED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESo aa oli oooeloaooaoooeooebeeoo u 4DR BEST DENTISTinv OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE W I Dooley of WlWIa Will pore the last of the week with Monte folks G Mlta Purl Dakar was In town hart watc for Ute Felti lire 8rlWft ICIng and AangbtM i Dartha lift IirMay tor a short vide rlk ratal Iraa IN Jackson Ooonty MiF Manaret ami Areta Iuwnt r 1110 Thoratlay from a weeks vIttith fitaatJa IR IClrU- TlIIe11M 1al Lewis sad fatally sad IAis I tctMr tkt Clay City spa t I 8oji la at Maliory Hprlna- UlaaI Nora Ibrddtl sod Master frogiI r Jthnoi erne hone for the r Ut N1G 111 Lais w ho ha baan away nn horncif sivcial r are aim i i lIioart Ut nc k for MI wt r d vltlt with hli parants Mr i 4r W I1de1 and other ral I I K oaks t in iiiniraoca num WM jIie the jtor MK weakI i r P Pee ft KrailMHtc of Ute OteM- i IK hen fv a MMt with treads i ir ml at Iri Fur I mal- lpaslook v in tIn AnaricM sole a Cqiitiiim halt dollar sad a a ininT ot vii11 In It Aayooa 1MI fie Of tube II rrli tlOB p105 ICoin i see Mr ItoiHTt Duaraon or Oktzrn ofku- Mr sad Mrs Adams of Cloelaoatl 0 tN rtetlac Mrs Wn Dagar Tartar HoMatOH Mt for hit HtGe Monday sight for a vacation The Johnson RauBiM will be held ai Ow Johnson Spring about one- ttslis from Lorea on the Klmwtoa pita Bvarybody Is Invited to ooma sad brtttg a basket of iHHCk Mr Gilbert Combs dipped and tell nf a 1AUfo last week and shook himI self MP eonalderably his bask snit oaa ankle sustaining the most aeries Injuries The Rev Howard Hudson returned homo Saturday from Chautauqua N Y and reported a pleasant vaca tion The Keren sews outfit hall been moved to london where the now Demoovatto nowspa er will start up The I yeaum Comedy Co whltli was in towe last week lute gone 1q Hrod head and taken sonno of the Heraa bora with It Well worth rending arc the lOU lfl lc Taxas They are full of good ad vlra to young and old and Interesting to road oven If you dont need adviceOn tho lost page of this number I cf Tho Citizen and of the next thw iiumb rs- Dont Sues Thorn John B Parks and daughter of Richmond and Judge A D Watklns and wife of Athens Texns were visiting the College Monday Miss Mary Johns Asalttant Princi pal of the Ashvlllo Girls School visited Heron College Tuesday FOR SALH Houso and lot Cor car Jackson and Elder Sts For par o tlcularn address mo nt Dlsputanta Ky Mason Anglln FOR SALE Ono good farm or 65 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road 1 miles from thriving little town of Panola U mile from good school and mile from store Good well at door and good spring In yard Good orch ard of 200 trees and finest garden In Estlll County Good barn and all necessary outbuildings 18 acres tim ber patt in grass All thle with clear title for tho small amount ot 600 on cash For particulars write Sam Cox Punola Ky 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky ft1L 1nr 1LC AIIJJ LAWLESSNESS STOPPED From the record made lot week by our officers It II evident that n teemeattor and lawlettneta are go Ing to ate stopped Officer John Kn and Tatuin arrested Major Paar on for hoiiMureaklnK and robbary Arthur Minter for obtalnlnc money CountlAUd I high ho was triad and tiDed 175 Llnla Hanaly amt hoary lUinop for drunken and disorderly conduct at Maltorv flprlnga TIle more vlgrlant lU officer an the more crimes will be ferreted out Let the good work go 0It HOW ADVERTISING PAYS Then la nothing like advertising Ali newspaper advertising well te- Lays tINt advertiser Wliather tunes are pled or bad It la who to advert Whan itrlcaa are low tacky have the monay with whicl to jirebate MerchauU appreciate tba fat hoses uargaina are Uw order of tba day at present In all tba stores When stock were foroad down last winter In otmaaquatiM ot the panic tie low prices attracted attention allover Ute ceHHtry The iiwotattona were printed m axiaialvly IH the finan del colamna of the nawapap n that kindred of thousands of investors of acuall maaiM took advantage of he tltwattoH and purebaaad outriRhtHnot OH m5glna taw shares of WOO Ulvldand tmylnt bond The publicity sold bends and stocks even tko the mony market was la n deplorable state Tile tfHbtlo now reada more llewa Lapen than ever before There IB aoarwly a roan who dues not pur cbaaa Itbral papers dally Ha cannot overlook tba advartlaematiU They attract bk eye baeai a of the liand apma t n Rraihioal makeup Now ut In AdiltnHv Untoshe great art cf writing advortlMmenU is the find Ing out a proi er method to catch the readers oyea Thla la aoouinirilshed most succeaa luliy ra rywhe c by tru itxl ad writ ers These writers do more thing build a jtleoelng adwrtlaamoBt they co- ney IN It very valuable Information It would not do for them to tell untruths for they would he soon dis covered their usefulness would be gone and tales would stop hence the advertisements In any well regu lated and responsible newspaper can be regarded as honest ones behind which are firms and men of oxccll ont reputation and financial means D ton dlobo A DOCTORS TEST Tho teat of the doctor Is the ra mlU the laity do not ask how or why but that tho results come and quickly The bettor the doctor B fitted with the why the how and the whnt the more nearly ho sip proxlmatos to knowing that which Is beat and applying It promptly in the right way the more exact his tools and the bettor he uses them tha greater will be his success Every man has at times In his Bind the ideal cf what he should boo hut is not The ideal may be high and lompltte or It may bo that he can see nothing higher titan himself fheodrre Parker Continst your various connections your past and present Judgments with each oilier and admit no conclusions nh certain until It has been once and again thoroly examining and Its correctness ascertained Sir Wm Hamilton You cannot chance yesterday that lit clear Ortegln tomorrow uutll It Is here So the only thing left for you nnd for me II to make TODAY as sweet as can be Tlfc easy encugh to be pleasant Ahoullte flows along like a song But tho man worth while Is the one that will smile When everything goes dead wrong rot the test of the heart Is trouble And it always cornea with the years And the smile that Is worth the praise of earth IR the smile that comes thru tears I It A I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE m 1R Ipratbev Successor to Golden Grocery Company Ipbonc 184 main Street OppOSttC GttijCU GffiCC Well Worth Reading ARK TUB LBTTHRS TO TEXAS They arc full of rood advice to young people and old anti Interesting to read oven if you dont need ad ICeOn tile last Imgs of this number of The Citizen and of the next throe ncmberc DONT IllS THEM DO WM LOVE OUR TREES Have we in this which we call IcdB oountry an appreciation of the beauties of nature Have wo the wtlllDgtiMM to exert ourselves In the list to preserve these beautioc In a recent visit to tho State of Mass MbiMttU WB were tremendously Irn PIed with the cars of the grounds slid particularly ot tho trees in the miles and muse of beautiful nub orbs lying In every direction about U city of Boeton Tho Elm tree it Indigenous in ICon lucky La It to in Now Rolland Spacl roans of It about Lexington for In UMC have Income no rnro however that we might almost think of it sa extinct About Boaton there are It seem to ut hundreds of mites of beautiful avenues of overlaclng clone sad thaw elms are of all ages from tbe aoarrcd and warworn veteran un Mr which Washington took commaii w the colonial trope ti newly plant ed rows of nursery elms There hat apparently been no gen nation In New England since ho lauding of the Pllgrtm Fathers that did not fulfill itt debt to the oomI munlty and to future generations planting IU full quota of olm hyI In New Bngkuid they have had fmrfui paler of the gypay moth to war against a thing which we have not IIIIIbUllbuman its fight against its enemy Stato laws and Stato appropriations Provide for this protection to tho trees along the highways and city county or State laws require it with in the bounds of private property and there was never a cottage to humble that every tree in Its grounds had not received this care and at t611t Ion Bveijwhoro wore evidences of that turns ot good citizenship which means II loving regard so necessary to no health and prosperity of any region Holes In tho tree trunk were stopped with concrete Dead limbs had been sawed off and tho wounds coated with paint and the dally fight ignlnrt meet enemies carried on by the property holder wise In constant evidence How long will t take us In Ken tacky to roach this conscientiousness anti energetic appreciation tho good tings which nature has given us and te do our part to preserve them Lexington Loader TANTALIZING What fcro your grounds for seek ing a divorce asked the lawyer Incompatibility of temper re II1ed the woman Do you quarrel persisted tho lawyer Oh dear no replied tho woman Thats Just the trouble He always agrees with me on every subject and the monotony of life with him has become absolutely unbearabler TOWN INFORMATION BUREAU Scheme For Benefiting Strangers In a Community Whoa a stranger moves Into a town there are certain problems which at once confront him such as what to do with his ashes and garbage what public school his children should attend what taxes bo should pay and when and whore says the Municipal Journal and Engineer There are certain ordi nances also which he should observe such as that requiring cleaning the snow from his sidewalk within a cer tabs time after each storm not using a lawn sprinkler during certain hours etc roo often the citizen li Informed of such nn onllanncv only whoa Its penalty I cnfnrml ntnlnat him We do nt kuow of any way lit which n greater general benefit could oonJJtfIn1 her n rltlztuiT society than by the complilnjt publishing and gen focal illstrll ullon of a pamphlet giving la tbe brlfftmt poMlblr form the infer motion vnitxiwled above In connection with which It would be desirable to the the utmi i and office addresses of the various city officiate and n statement at to what particular function of tbe city government sail maintenance aVK rtalni to each We would also tttKawt that n certain member of the society or p nwll ly ono for each ward or other tnUUrlnlon of tilt city bo named at a committee on coinplnluts lo whom any citizen may report what ho contlilera a dereliction of any otl Hal or city employee or If It would seem too great a bunlttn to Imjioso upon one willing citizen to make him the mouthpiece for universal com plaint he could act as an Information bureau and Instruct cltlaens concern ofIthebo rondo to iHOLD YOUR BUSINESS Town Must Organize to Fight the Mall Order Trust If you have an organization of bail nOM men In your town no matter what It may be called no matter If It be seemingly deed revive It for n vigorous campaign In favor of home trade protection and homo town development and improvement You can organize around this question when all other ties fall to bind The first duty of local business men or organizations of business men Is to hold the business of the town Do this first and now then go after outside propositions There Is now on foot n national movement for the protection of tho homo trade of the home town In this movement the manufacturing and Jobbing Interests and the local press are InterestedThe helps them who help themselvesIt to the local merchants to put their shoulders to the wheel and help by sustaining the local press and the national movement of which the Talisman will be the advocate aud ex ponent on very broad lines It must be made clear to those who ire alto natural customers of the conn try merchants In every rural commu nity that the apparent temporary ad vantage that they imagine they obtain jy sending their trade away from home Is a deceptive advantage and carries with It an Inevitable ultimate loss much greater than any possible present gRID That this truth can be matte clear to every oneso clear that ho who runs may read admits of no doubt but It necessitates the active x operatlon of tho local country merchants with the local press I nm sure I do not know what will become of Bessie said Bessies mam- ma She came homo from Sunday school yesterday crying When 1 asked her what she was crying about she said Because poor Eve never had any mamma New York Times 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 jmnr cfej lJ BEREA FAIR Continued from lint page SECOND DAY PREMIUMS 21 Heat Suckling Horse Colt 1000 609 lit 0 W Warner Klrksvltle 2nd P E Baldwin fr Speedwell 22 Best suckling mare colt 1000 BCO lit John McWlHIams Whites Sta Snd Ora Hatchet Koxtown SI Best Suckling Mule Colt 1000 GOO let Ora Hatchet Foxtown nd G T Ballew Speedwell S4 Best Stallion Jrare or Gelding 1500 BOO Ut Frank Tussey Klrksvllle 2nd Jack Twigg Whites Sta SADDLE STALLIONS 26 Beet Stallion 5 years old 1000 500 1st T E Hondren 27 Best saddle stallion 4 years 1500 600 lit L R Duorson Silver Creek 2nd W W Rogers Richmond HARNESS MARKS AND GELDINGS 88 Beat Harness mare or Gelding 10W 500- It Mlw Margaret Crooke Kingston Sid B T Doty Richmond 20 Beet Mare or Gelding 3 years 1600 600 1M B T Doty Richmond 2nd W W Rogers Richmond 30 Best Mare or Gelding 4 years 1600 600 lilt Jake Collins Richmond 2nd If M Beaty Kingston ROADSTER RING 31 nest Stallion Mare or Gelding 3 years under 4 1000 500 lit A W Parish 2nd L A Davis WALKING RING 32 Best Stallion Mare or Golding sny age 2000 600- 1st Todd Moore 2nd L R Duerton LADIES DRIVING RING 31 Deal Buggy Mare or Gelding 1000 600 lit R B Terrill nd Charley Curtis Sj Fanciest Turnout 1000 200 lit H M BeoUy 2ull W W Roots COMBINED RING 36 Best Combined Stallion Mare or Gelding 3 yrs under 4 1000 u lat A W Parish 2td E T Doty M Belt Colt either sex By Pea vine Int J L Rowlett 2nd A W Parish 280 Pace or Trot 10000 lit J D Chenault Richmond Little Turtle end Jack Pollard Hamilton 0 1 bet H id Wlleox Hanson Berea Blanch- H 4th H R Prather Berea Martha W 230 Trot 16000 litt Johnson Bros Berea Mildred 2nd Robert White Whites Sta Jack Jasper 3rd J P Potts Richmond Gladys Curtis I 4tla Jack Pollard Hamilton 0 Sweet Allen ESTABLISHING THE PLURAL flit who w c four years old vls Itd his uncle on the farm When ho came home his father asked him what hud pleased him the most Oh I liked the geese I had such funchasing them and we had a- Genl big goose for dinner one day Welt said his father how can you tell the dlffreence between a 1rooso and geese Aw thats easy said Fred One geese is a goose and tWQ gooses is a geese STILL RUNNING Edwin aged four owned a picture book In which a fiercelooking co- was running after a small boy He looked at it a long time then carefully closing the book he laid It away A few days later he got the book again and turned to the picture Bringing his chubby fist down on the cow he exclaimed In a tone of trl mpb She aint caught him yet WHAT HILDA LIKED- A friend asked little Hilda how she liked going to school I like the going and the coming she replied but I dont like the staying TEACHER DIDNT KNOW MUCH How do you like your teacher dear little Mary was asked after her first day at school I like her real well said Mary but I dont think she knows much for she just keeps up asking questions all he time AND HE DID Ah Jackson exclaimed d miserly individual thoughtlessly meeting an acquaintance at a railway refresh ment bar It Isnt often we meet erwhftt will you have Thanks replied his friend con Iderably astonished Im not partlc clove Good said the closefisted one then well have a walkLondon Scraps LeA Davis M D OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 dim ST S R BAKER DENTIST KYlorOSee limn frtu t t 4 CUT FUu US Teeth extracted without Iasaorrme ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business 1 We Invite you specially Lo place at 1 least a portion of your account witbius whether large or small 10 Ie 10 JIo HYDEN KY Good Home in Berea I For Sale A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse 100 chickens IJ Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain if taken at onco For par ticulars see M L Spink Heron KyIIEXPERIENCE rc IDESIGNSAnyone tending a sketch and deit Ii n a Invention oulcklr Isprohebiytatentahlws whether mmunl jwtenu1ateoton anJi tftelat notlct without charge la the Scientific Hinericatu A handsomely Illnntrtted weekly T nest rlr culatlon of any clcntmo Journal Termt 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ADVANCa Oct Tear fix eta months a Three Month f Send money by PoitoBce or U pir Money Order Draft ReftMCred Letter or out and two cot damps The date ahryour same on label shows h whit date ubtctlptlon It paid UItIeot changed within thtte wctkj after tentwal notify ua- MIsinIt numberi will be xnadlyuppacd If ws ateotl5edFine cheap with new subscription arid prompt renewal 8 mil for rrcmtum List Liberal terms given to any who obtain ew vbicrlptlona for ui Any one lendlnr ni tout yearly subscription can recieveTbc Ciliici frcc t for one AdTcitlalnc fair on application MIUIER or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION I Wall street will never get over that taste for bumping the bumps It Is evident that Castros physician Is no longer prescribing rest and quiet Oxford Is the largest university In the world It has 21 colleges and five halls There are walled cities in China where there Is neither a forelgr nor Chinese pastor Helen Gould might be good enough to remember that the prince doesnt Want to marry her Sometimes Paris would prefer that London should bombard it with shells rather than tourists The Hollow Earth Exploring club ought to be able to get Information at almost any tile works By this time the fools are wonder Ing whether to take em off or walt until the rocktheboat season opens In view of family objections could Prince Helle be persuaded to take the millions without insisting on the lady California Is producing tho largest crop of lemons the state has ever had but she Isnt going to hand any to the sailors There are times when China must be tempted to wish that Japan would get involved in trouble with some remote country Judging by the peekaboo waists appearing In the fashion pictures the politics of the summer will be ex tremely radical Some people talk too much to ex press one thought on the principle of the man who digs up the whole yard for one angleworm To be sure the price of meat Is go- Ing up but the mackerel are coming and the price of vegetables will be get ting cheaper every day rASan Francisco rat having chewed i the signature of a last will and testament tho courts decline to follow suit and ratify the document I Cubans are restive under the order prohibiting cock and bull fighting This is about the best authenticated cockandbull story in existence Miss Helen Gould has been com polled to curtail her charities but Mme Anna does not propose to reduce the extravagances of makebe lIeve royalty A Paris museum is having difficulty In finding room for the diplodocus given It by Andrew Carnegie The ob vious thing to do Is to store a syllable or two somewhere else Those who think Japan cant go to war because of the lack of money for get that the American revolutionists put up a fight with a paper issue worth no more than a continental Tho first pair of spectacles were made In 1285 and probably that Is the date when man first started saying that he couldnt read a subscription paper because hed left his glasses home The kaiser though he finds It Im possible to make ends meet on 4000 000 a year probably wouldnt be Interested in the current discussion whether a man can afford to get mar ried and raise a family on 12 a week An owl flew out of a burning chlm ney at coverach Cornwall England with its feathers on fire and perched on a hayrick near at hand The result was that the rck was completely destroyed nnd several stacks of straw barely escaped Mr Burlclgh of Maine Is one of the few members of the house whose biography omits the familiar sentenca Studied law at the unlver sit Ho Is a real newspaper man the publisher of the Kennebec Jour nal and has been governor and state of his state IManycases astigmatism arise practice of reading In bed particularly by persons recovering from a severe Illness It strains thet muscles of the eye to such an extent that they alter the curvature of the cornea the abnormality to which the term astigmatism Is applied Deformed Where Our Edu SystemSBy ANDREW S DRAPER Commlialoocr of Education New York City I IT a HE public school system of the country has grown dcforniwl and is onosided and not lirond enough nt the base Tho trouble is not that the higher institutions have grown abnor mally Nor is tIll lilllculty in the secondary schools although they are affected by it Mlie ailment is in tho elementary schoolsaOur eleiucnlnry schools train for no industrial employ ments They loud to nothing hut the secondary school which iu turn loads to tho college the university nnd the profewional school and so very exclusively to professional occupations It is time to organize n wholly now order of schools as n part of the public school system We may separate it into two general classes One class may train allround mechanics for work in factories where workmen act in cooperation where each it part of an organisation and where machinery is used and these may be soiled factory schools the other class may train mechanics who work independently mainly with their own tools and without much machinery and those many he culled miles schools Jt is proposed to reduce the compulsory attendance age to seven years in cities nnd towns and by censing so much dross parade and experiments tion nUll by eliminating much matter that gives mere information at the cost of power to give them n more efllcient and industrial trend through tho simplest forms of handwork such as paper cutting and folding moulding in sand and cloy plain knifo and needle work and the like which can be done at the regular school rooms from the very beginning of the primary grades and to push children along so that they will at all times have work which appeals to their years and will complete tho present work up to the end of the sixth grade earlier than now At the end of tho present sixth grade it is proposed to have tho system begin to separate into three very distinct branches The larger part of the work of tho present seventh and eighth grades would bo uni form but soma difTcrontftition looking to the very complete reparation would begin with the present seventh grade The three distinct classes of schools to follow the elementary schools would be first the present high school system which would be somewhat relieved on account of the new differentiation second business schools looking to work in offices stores otc and third factory and trades schools looking to the training of workmen Why SunsRays Prostrate By 0 ELLIOT FLINT Author strower sal Btallh Throujh rrofrmiT ExcrcUt During these hot suihmcr days occur phenomena which a very few of us rigidly understand What is sunstroke Why are some persons affected by the sun and not others Whtlo negroes bear tropical heat better than white man Why are southern races dark and how did they become so And whotter a white man has been ex posed to tho suns rays for several hours floes he first burn then pool and finally tan To begin with hoot while it is a contributing cause Is not tho chief cause of sunstroke Solar light is iinulu up of dif ftrcnt rays of varying wave lengths and it is the weave length Unit produces the particular effect Thus the red anti infrared rays trine the greatest wave length and produce the greatest amount of heat the yellow and orange with shorter wave length give most light the green with still shorter wave length are least irritating those of shortest wave length are the actinic raythe violet indigo blue and ultraviolet these last named rays are the least heating but the most dangerous According to You Schamocdol tho actinic rays of intense sunlight destroy tissue by setting up very rapid molecular or atomic movements which dissociate- it the protoplasm of tissues being a very unstable substance It will seem dtrango to some that the heat rays should be less harm ful than are the comparatively cool actinic rays It is a mutter of pane tration the long heat waves having little while the short actinic rays have great penetrative power During the exposure the heat rays penetrate but little while the actinic rays penetrate considerably below the superficial layers Neither the heat raya nor the actinic rays affect appreciably the epidermis its constituent molecules being comparatively stable and therefore not susceptible The resulting sunburn is on inflammation of the tissues produced by the terrific bombardment Of their molecules by tho corpuscles of the actinic rays which recollect have a prodigious velocity Moreover corpuscular vibrations by setting up equal vibrations in the molecules and atoms of the affected substance tear to pieces just as when a certain note is greatly prolonged on a violin it will shatter a glass resonator that it causes to vibrate in unison with it The peeling of the skin that follows in a natural result of the partial destruction and breaking up of tho lower layers Now nature stimulated by the effect of the irritant pours blood coloring matter and oven red blood cells themselves into the intercel lular spaces and a yellowishbrown pigmentation tan results which thereafter protects the body from the rays that once damaged it Everyone knows that a man well tanned will neither burn nor peel however much he exposes himself to the sun Besides the theory that excessive exposure to the actinic rays causes sunstroke other contributing causes are recognized Plain heatstroke may occur in hot firerooms or kitchens in which all the rays are the longer infracted This comes on from an inability on tho part of the body to get rid of its superfluous heat which if continuing will of itself injure and finally paralyze protolasm causing coma Moreover autoi- ntoxication Eclfpoisoning will help cause a collapse thus If not enough water be drunk during exposure to intense heat perspiration being excessive fluids an drained from tho body until there is not sudicient left for the use of the kidneys to dissolve the waste products which be ing poisonous cause various nervous symptoms Then the kidneys and bfiiddcr become inflamed and often the kidifcys refuse to act ftt all It is therefore a physiological necessity to drink much water under such conditions both to carry off the poisonous waste products and to supply copious perspiration to reduce the body temperature by evaporation American officers and soldiers in the Philippines suffered greatly from sunstroke because of the impossibility of carry inx suflicic f water for their needs STRIKERS fiRED ON THE PASSING TRAIN CARRYING SOLDIERS AND NONUNION MINERS KILLING 3 AND WOUNDING 11 ASSAILANTS HID- BEHIND THE ROCK Dogs Were Hurried To the Seine 011111 Took Trail Through Woods Directly To Union Quarters Eight Negro Were Arrested Birmingham Ala Aug toTliree men were Instantly killed and 11 In lured two of whom will probably dlo when striking minors fired Into a put scngcr train on tho nirmlngham Mil oral railroad at Hlocton about 2 oclock Sunday morning The dead are Conductor Joo T Co tins O 7 Dent deputy shorllf nnl1 Milliard Howell nonunion minor Tho Injured MnJ K M Dodge 8U pcrlntondont of safety Tennessee Coal Co H E Cox superintendent 01 inlnos Tennessee Coal Co A K Cros chief clork In superintendents ofUce J K Johnson deputy sheriff A C Bryant deputy sheriff J II Cornet deputy sheriff W II McAuly soldier M A 1oarson soldier J C Martin- A J Myor laborer and Robot Slgmon The train was a special bearing not union men to tho Dlocton mine undo guard of soldiers and deputies On tho outskirts of the town the engineer lUll dcnly saw a tog across tho track And at once a fusllado was fired into the train The engineer did not atop but lot the pilot throw the log from the track and put on full speed The place whore the attack wu rondo was In a cut the ground twin on a level with tho lower part of tho windows The assailants behind the rocks above poured down 1 nmrtlurou fire directly Into the windows nnd at tho engineer Practically every wit dow In tho cars was broken and frho struck nil parts of the engine and eat The train proceeded to Illocton IInd the deed and Injured were returned to Birmingham Dogs were hurried to the scene and took trails through tho woods directly to the union quarters Might negroes were arrested aunda afternoon and other arrests are ei petted Gov Comer hold a hurried confei once with IUut Col llubbard cots mandlng the militia Sunday mornltif and another company was hurried to Hlocton All Is reported quiet then Sunday night Tho trouble has caused widewproai Indignation Sunday and a general demand Is being mado that more atrenu oua action be taken looking to tho preservation of order Gov Corner hOll not made n statement on the sltuatloi Sunday While no disturbances have been reported In the district Sunday other than the Dlocton affair the situ atlon Is regarded M the moat grnvi since the Inauguration of the atrlki over a mouth ago SUNK BY GERMAN SCHOOLSHIP Was Fishing Schooner and Captain and Eight Men Were Drowned Halifax N S Aug IOThe Oloucoi tor Mass fishing schooner Maggie and May CniiL Brick McCotbmn was sunk by the German schoolshlp Fruyi Capt liana 60 smiles southeast of Hal fax and Capt McCatbran and eight of tho crow of tho schooner were drown cd Four men were rescued At tit time of the collision a dense fog pre walled Tho warship was going about eight knots at the time of tho accident When the schooner was sighted the course of the ship was altered as quick ly as possible but the collision could not be averted With a crash tho etc prow of the Preys crashed Into th the side of tho jlshlng vessel cutting her almost In two It Is believed ihul many of the fishermen were Instantly killed In their bunks as they were not seen struggling In the water The warships boats were quickly launch ed and life lines were thrown to th men In the water Three of them were picked up while a fourth clung to tnt life line and was hauled aboard Warship Brings Arms To Islanders WJIIemstadt Aug 10Tho Dutch cruiser Gelilerlnnd leaves hero Monday for the Island of Aruba with rifle and ammunition for the population to bo used In their defense against a Venezuelan manofwar now cruising there Sunday mornlug the Venezuelan Lark Arnnlla with 11 passengers running between Vela de Caro and Puerto Ca bello was driven by the current Into this harbor Permission to enter the port was refused by the local govern ment after a supply of provisions and water had been taken The steamship Zuna arrived hero from Maracalbc with all Curacao passengers cmbiirkoi for Maracaibo Two Killed By Blast Knoxvlllo Tenn Aug IOWal tqr Manila and Will Dorsey met instant death and three worn injured In an explosion hear Copeland n little mountain town in Sovlcr county Saturday night Negro Taken From Jail and Lynched Tlfion Ga Aug 10 Becauso hi spoke Insultingly to Miss Maudo Alkcn pretty daughter of a prominent citizen Charlie Lekic a negro IS was taken from jail Sunday morning and lynched on the outskirts of this cityI t CCUI- J D LI We JJOOoo 0 HOW A NEEDLE 18 MADE Interesting Process Through Which the Tiny Article Goes Tho manufacture of needles Is an Interesting process to watch A coil of fine wire In first run Into the ma chino and cut Into pieces tho length of two noodles These lengths are rondo Into llttla bundles and each end of the wire is sharpened at time rate of hundreds p minute by being pressed i against a grindstone the sparks flying In a continuous stream making n minia ture Hi o works display Two ore aro noxt stamped In tho center of the wlro which Is then broken In half forming two needles und roughly first fin ished by having the burrs rubbed donIsoft wire and flood hardening so they are soaked In n bath of hot oil and whim cool again are quite hard and brittle Then follows the polishing process when dono up In bundles of thousands thu needles are contin ually rolled In sand for n period of seven days coning forth from I hll process with a fine polish Lastly they are threaded on wires and a little friction makes the eyes bright and clear before they are taken to the packing room MR STORK MUZZLES HIMSELF A Young Financier- A ccftnln city man In order to Im prose business methods on his son early In life told tho youngster that It ho would see that the gas bill was paid before a certain day each quay ter ho could have the discount for himselfThe took very kindly to the Idea and captured the discount every tlmo tho bill came In To his fathers surprise however the gas bill began to Increase In a remarkable manner lie found one night that his son wee burning gee all over the top of tho house from ten oclock until six oclock the next morning The youngster had become a Napoleon of finance and had discovered the fact that the bigger the bill the bigger the discount Royal Mfcilne The Difference Maudle Jim dear what Is tho dif ference betwoen two millionaires two pianos and two glue pots T JlmOh yns If I say I dont know youll any Id be n fine chap to send out to buy a millionaire or a glue lot Maudlo with n merry laugh No Jim thats qulto wrong Jim Weil I give it up Maudlo Two millionaires can play two pianos nnd two pianos can play two million airs Jim Interrupting So can one when you get to work on It Maudle Jim Pause Jim Wrll and what about the gluo potsMaudlo In a temper Thats where you suck IN SEASON TeCcher Johnny what Is a vice president 7 PupllA feller that dies on third Clsveond Leader LINGERING SWEETNESS She flnUhril All her rtUIn sake And nlKhlnit until to met Oh dar Im JIM thlrtly sI poelbty van tw I ol1t IMr Mm eater Mt Oh thank you no1 she said- I nffrrml milk nml lmM Ie nut stn the cheek her head Vliy dont yeu take ft 4rlnkT I ukit The thirsty little moM she HMHeretl It wotlW tatty awlit The tulle of eakr Im fraW A SUMMER PUZZLE What Were the Names of the Glrli at the Picnic E S T Urn N- TAU1 En i ZEN li v 1 NT CO JD CJLJEJr Twelve little girls went to the park to have it Jolly picnic Can yon flint their names In Ute above nUturt Ut gin wherever you plow sad go fruit o iare to square without sklpplay- and see whether you eau find all Um names For example kKtnul at S as shown by tk HMO Silvia It the name of one of the girls OALLGON How Montgolfler a Frenchman Wae Led to Make It The word balloon meatM a large boll To MontgoUl of Aneonnr Vance the Invention of the balkMii is credited It Is said that he wet led lo turn his attention to balloon making trots the following Incident- A French latindre wishing to dry a petticoat quickly tlaet d It on a basketwork frame over n store To prevent the heat from eacaplaic by Ike opening at the top of tko petticoat she drew the belt strings olosly together and tied then Gradually tha garment dried and became lighter and as the itave continued to Kite out heat and rarefy tho air concentrated under tho basketwork frame lhe petticoat began to move and finally rote In the air This to astonished the laundress that the ran to her neighbors and asked them to come and witness the strange tight Montgolfler was ameHjc thote than canto In The petticoat suspended In midair suggested greater things to him and he retraed home with souiolhlng to think shout The first public nicest by the Mont Kolflor balloon wee made Juno 1 1781 It was a spherical bag consisting of pieces of linen buttoned together sue pended from cross voles The fire wes kindled under It and the flames wore fed with handle of ehopped straw The loose bag HlloJ out at turned n graceful form and In a short time was completely dlttended At a given signal tho stays wets slipped and the balloon Instantly ascended Ui velocity accelerated until It reached torao height then became uniform and curried It to an elevation of more than a mill For ten minutes It remained suspended then fell gently In a vineyard nearly two miles distant from tho place of IU ascension Tho first adventurers to snake an ascent In a balloon were M 1lkilro dl lloilor and Marquis LArtandtM In tho basket of a balloon they on No ember 21 1753 rote to a height of about 3000 feet WITH ONE CLIP OF SHEARS le cur mat Here IB an Illustration showing Itorr to cut a starthe way Delay Rosa did 6111 Itwith ono clip of tho shears Follow Udirection and see how easy It Is Wanted to Know A young Englishman cncnced In po lineal work was some time ago Invited to pay a visit to tho country haute ofu wealthy member of parliament helpedtoelated with lilt experience and bring ing with him a photograph of the house a fine old historical mansion Tills ho exhibited with great pride There ho said Impressively ad dressing a group of acquaintances that Is tti window of the room ID which the rjrio of A slept next to It was Lord s room Ho was about to add that ho had himself occu pled tho next rcom but at this point nn I11 natured and Jealous member of tho rroup Inquired concerning a small low building in the distance That said tho narrator Impatient kennolsI And CD CHIEF WILKIE AND THE GOLD CERTIFICATES Most Cunning Counterfeit Coup ofHistory Nipped by Great Secret Service Head By GEORGE BARTON Many Thousands of I eDollars Worth of Spurious Bills Are Killed by Clever Detective Culprit Had Every Track Covered by One Ruse or Another John K Wllfcle chief of the Mcrtt arvk itlvlolon of tlM United BlalM ROT er1Wnent lug not only upheld the high rttaenl aeeeM In terrrml MK CUM lie nu been In Rkrtn 11L n yard ago llId IxfMe awwptlne tho haHbp of lb- eaetst tyke hail nod an eavtubto rep flatten M a working JoarnaHM White aeneeld with the Chicago wwspapu tie elide n liwrlnlty of crtmUwl larwll rrttwBaring tlM BpnthAm n M u war IM or aali i1 ft n cxUI Mnrtney form of nun t8 clltdranate 8pantoh ple In this coun try Aa a con oqunc lie ucneded In mtlflK their best iptm and driving MMM fit hen og MM eolI ot the lNkttofgtatesIh XR Monday morning not many O year MO n anartly dressed laaa strolled down tower Broadway nil entered one at the lust company butMlmg In the- 1teart of the flnaoctal dtotrtat of Now York He was what Is kaown to UM patrons of the turf as a taokiMker and be bad called at tM iMMk for UM purpose of Mctiriag a roll of bask notes that Ite had left there CIa tile prwrtaM Saturday ntgbt for ante kseplDg It was promptly handed to MM a roll aa MK a1 both of Ma Aeta Ha counted It over rapidly to floe that UM amount was correct nad when lee sot near tbe mil of tho roll bs paMOil tow and looked earnestly At n 1100 sold certiflcale that lay there eoMptettoosly among Ua bills of- ealallor deaomlnaUons 110 conUnHed l li study of the yellow back for a 4 MMerakJe period and finally thrust Inp Ue bataaco of the bllla In lite llanlnlooas pocket walked over to tho unihlor and handed him tho bill Whats the matter with this note JteaakedTho omelal looked at It Call ually nnd handed It back with a smile Nothing ho answered except that Its counterfoil The bookmakor gulp with astonish moot Ho wont over his roll and found three or four more notes of the same kind That morning ho noti fled his fellow bookmakers and before SI hours had passed 30 or 40 of Uio counterfeit notes had boon located In New York city Samploa were Imme diately secured by the authorities and forwarded to John W WilkIe the Ohlef of tho eocrci corvlco division of tho United Stale treasury department Tho chief dropped the buslnow In hand and Immediately turned his at lontlon to the new developments In tho hundreddollar counterfeits Tele grams wore sent to tho agents of the fltorel Korvlco Instructing thorn to visit the race tracks In their vicinity nail look out for bogus bills Those In structions applied particularly to Cin cinnati Loulivlllo Memphis New Or leans and St Louis At St Louis Cnpt John Murphy the secret service agent In charge of that district went to tho Delaware racetrack nnd posted tho bookmakers to look out for any 1100 bills that might bo offered thorn Agents of tho serv ice were posted In various parts of tho track and It was agreed that If any- at these certificates were offered by any of the patrons the bookmakers at onco Rlvo the secret serv 0ahouidprearranged signal In less than one of tho agents received a signal and hurried to the booth occu pied by tho bookmaker Ho made a careful examination of tho bill that had been given to tho booklo and found that it was ono of tho counter felts The agents were then posted at spots where they could sob the patrons of tho track In tho net of cashing In their winnings The man who had putup the 1100 bill bet on tho favor Jto and ho came out a winner Tho man cashed In and ns he did BO was taken Into custody Ho was marched over to tho club house nail searched A white on volopo was found In his pocket con taming 28 of tho 1100 counterfeit bills Ho said his nnmo was Marcus Cra llntho proprietor of an extensive photoengraving establishment at It L Ho was perfectly candid In bus explanations lie said thntlio had been visiting tho fair and was a guest at tho Southern hotel and that ho woulh be very glad to refer i t1iQH 4y 1 IWLH r VCUI l c14 rrjr72fly aAs ZtLrAS L4T2flyc5CW4S r flYINti 3ff15J 28N17Z N tho officers to any bank In the city of Providence for tho purpose of establishing his moral and financial stand lag Nothing apparently could bo moro straightforward lie was placed under arrest however and thou tho secret service men made an examina tlon of his room at the Southern hotel There they found a suitcase con taming 1700 in genuine money He was asked then to explain how ho came to bo possessed of the counterfeit money Ho said that on the tire vlous afternoon he had gone to the Union station for the purpose of hay- Ing the return half of his railroad ticket validated As ho came out ot the ticket agents office the electric lights wore guddonly turned on In tho waiting room and ho saw hi tho corner on the floor n long white en elope He picked it up and found that It contained 3000 In 100 bills He Immediately went to the office of one of tho local newspapers and Inserted an advertisement telling of his discovery and offering to restore tho money to its lawful owner This part ot his story was verified by tho little Identification check which Is given to classified ad patrons by tho big dally newspapers In addition to this there was a clipping from the paper contain ing a copy of tho advertisement which read nu follows Found In tho Union station late yesterday afternoon a sum of money In bank notes which owner may have after proving property by applying to X13 this office Then John E Wilkle who bad been directing the movements of his subordinates by wire determined to take hold of the case In person Ho immediately took a train for St Louts and after a number of interviews with his associates In that city began to conclder how to reach thu weakest link In tho atrong chain of probability with which Mr Crahan was surrounded Ono of the earliest movements made la the Investiga tion was to discover tho exact hour at which tho electric lights wore turned ou In the Union ntation The engineer of tho electric plant was consulted and his records showed that on this particular date the switch which put tho lights Into operation had been turned on at 640 Wilkle next sent to the newspaper office which had printed tho found ad and re p quested a report upon the exact time at which tho ndvetlscment was ac cepted Tho clerk who received the notice was finally located and ho re mombored distinctly that he had stopped work on that afternoon at five oclock the ad which ho had re ceived was the fifth or sixth above the last one and according to his own calculation It must have been handed in at halfpast four oclock This pointed to n discrepancy in Cra bans statement of one hour and ten minutesIt important It was the thin entering wedgo which might produce great results Ono ot the significant discoveries among Cralinnd effects was a number of programmes of races at Oravesond end two or three of tho eastern tracks not to speak of one particular pro gramme which contained tho entries of tho races whore the first bookmaker hind received tho 100 bill which ho deposited with his roll In the Drosdway Trust company Crahan calmly admitted that ho had attended all of those races that ho was a lover of horse flesh seal that ho occasionally made small wagers on the results but ho dented positively having passed any of tho other 100 blllc and said that ho had never had them in his posioislon until he found the white envelope at the Union station In St Louis Wilkle did some very severe think- Ing ftt this stale of the game and out of It all came the theory that If Crahan was guilty bo might have used similar subterfuges In passing coun terfeit money at tho eastern tracks Tho chief thereupon telegraphed New York and ordered that a careful search bo made of tho flies of all tho Now York newspapers for the two months covering tho racing season It was like searching for tho needle in tho proverbial haystack but It bore fruit for In tho Sew York Herald of May rlt the searchers discovered this advertisement Found At tho Grand Central station Into yesterday afternoon a sum ot money in bank notes which owner may have After proving property by ap plying to B344 Herald office It Is hardly necessary to say that by this tuna Mr Wllklo had several spe cimens of CrahacVi handwriting After tho ad was located In the Herald the original copy was found In tho records of the office and it was In the handwriting of Marcus Crahan Tho government was now In posses don of sufficient evidence to convict Crahan both of passing and having In his possession counterfeit money but the authorities did not know where tho plates wore and how the money had been printed The big problem waR to locate tho plant to pull It up by tho roots and effectually stop the circulation of these spurious notes Tho two men sat down together and Crahan was given a breakfast that would have delighted the palate and warmed tho heart ot tho most con firmed oDlciirjot twa Jopjjcji On with a fino Havana cigar and then this formality having been disposed of Mr Wllklo proceeded to give Crahan the third degree But this third de gree so called differed 03 widely from the popular conception of the op oration as the day differs from tho nightCrahan said Wllkie your con vlctlon is as certain as that the sun Is shining this morning Wllkie followed this up by plausible argument along tho samo line and always pausing long enough to permit his words to sink Into tho mans consciousness Tho arguseyed rep resentative of tho United States gov ernment knew by experience that there is nothing in this world mort difficult for a man to do than to admit to another man that ho has boon guilty ot wrong Ho realized therefore tho necessity of giving Cra han an opportunity of confessing gracefully He did thin by sugges lion by Innuendo by appealing to the mans pride by pleading with his pa triotic Instinct and at last by laying siege to his sense of justice Ho said in substance Crahan these notes uo works of art and It is a great shtme that a man of your unusual talent should have In a moment of weakness per mitted yourself to commit such a flagrant wrong against tho public I am sure from what I have saon ot ycs that while you mail a too coma tertnits you did not originally intonil to doiso I teal that In vew of your recoyafred ablily and the fast that I you uo a eUuost and enthusiast in Wealthy Engraver In serfs IIAd in Paper and Then IIFinds DepotThat His Downfallan Establishes Case Against Him Wealthy Friends to His Aid engraving you have been seized with a deslro to prove how you could re produce the almost faultless work of the bureau of engraving and printing a class of work that will always excite the envy and admiration of skilled engraversthat filled with this de sire you began work in an experl mental way that you put it under the camera and reproduced it to see if you could bring forth a bit of work that would rival the unrivaled produc tion of the government Then when this creation became a fact Instead of a vision you were seized with an over whelming deslro to see if you could actually circulate It as genuine moneyYou certainly brought moro than 30 notes to St Louis said the de tective Oh yes responded the counterfeiter Whero are they now At the Union station In what part of tho station In tho baggage room Whore Is the check I havent got it Its downstairs In the post office Wilkle looked tho astonishment ho felt Before ho had time to put his thoughts Into words Crahan said After inserting tho advertisement in the paper I put 26000 in a hand bag together with several bottles of chemicals which I use to artificially ago the notes Then I placed tho check which I received for the hand bag In an envelope addressed to myself under an assumed name and dl rdcted to tho general delivery office of tho post office It was evident that Crahan had carefully planned even the minutest detail of his great counterfeiting scheme By this methou of conceal ing the check for tho handbag he left the counterfeit notes totally disassociated with himself in any way and still at the same time within a moments reach A secret service agent was sent down to the postmaster ob twined the letter containing tho check took that to tho Union station and re ceived the handbag which ho brought to Chief WilkIe Its contents verI- fied tho statetment made by its owner The chief took up tho question of tho platesWhere are the plates ho inquired In a storage warehouse In Provi dence was the reply Ho admitted that no one In hisI business establishment was aware that ho knew anything whatover of tho mechanical part of tho work but the mnn with a cunning almost beyond belief had perfected himself In the art of etching After that ho pur i chased a press in New York city and had it delivered in the middle of the night to a private room in his establishment There he worked and exI porlmcntcd night after night until ho was finally able to produce tho per fected 100 bill counterfeits Then the press was dismantled and with tho plates placed In n warehouse In andassumedWhere Is the receipt 1 asked WJlkloIt Is pasted between two sheets of paper that back up a photograph on my desk in my office in Provi denceThe chief Immediately called up Providence by telegraph The local agent was Instructed to go to Crahana office and find the receipt for the press Ho did so It was between the two sheets of paper on the photograph on his desk Immediate action was taken and after an Incred- Ibly short space of time tho plates were in St Louis in possession of Chief WilkIe On tho following day Marcus Crahan was taken Into court Ho pleaded guilty to manufacturing counterfeit money and passing it on tho public He was given 15 years on each of tho two Indictments the sentences to run concurrently This was subsequently reduced to eight years Thus ended one of the moil important counterfeiting schemes ever discovered and thwarted by the marvelously efficient machinery of the secret service division of tho United States government lOopyricht 1JCJ by W 0 Chapman 11 i 11 Friendship of David and JQnathanISnnJty School Lesson for Aug 23 1908 Specially Arranged for This Paper BCIUPTUnE TEXTI Samuel 03041 Read nil of chapter Memory verse 41 GOLDEN TEXTA friend lovetli at all times and n brother li born In ad verityProv T1ME10 2 D 1717Ithe death of rLACKThe court of BaulIComment and Jonathan Jonathan the son of Saul the crown prince Is one of the finest tho most attractive and engag- Ing characters In all history Mighty In Love His love did not flow from weakness but from strength Ho was Greatheart himself A He loved David as his own soul I David In the Song of the Dow his touching lament over his friend slain on Mount Dllboa exclaims I am distressed for thee my brother Jonathan very pleasant hast thou been unto me thy lovo for me was wonderful passing the lovo of women 2 Sam 126 r Dravo Jonathan was a brave and 1 noble soldier and had accomplished J some very daring feats of arms AloneIwith his armor bearer he had tured a mountain fortress of the Phil il istines 1 Sam 14M5 Ho was brave In defending David before his I angry father 1 Sam 2010 32 lie 1 showed another even nobler courage In 1 Sam 1443 I certainly taste In my hand hero I am lo I must dlonot a lament but a hero ic act of sclfsacriace for the sake of the people His good judgment is shown In 1 Sam 142730 His faith in God and his religious nature were strong as Davids 1 Sam 146 12 19 5 2013 42 His unselfishness was more prominent than in any other Old Testament character He was the Golden Rulo exemplifiedHis unselfishness led him to recognize submit to and pro mote the evident leadings of divine providence 1 Sam 231618 2013 between two men of whom the younger er was a most formidable rival to the olderDlolkleA Jonathans noble character Is also shown by his devotion to his unfortunate fathc To him If to anyone the frenzy of the king was amenable Saul hearkeneth unto tho voice of Jonathan 1 Sam 196 Other Characteristics Jonathan was older than David had been brought up in very different circum stances and was moro mature and selfrestrained He was a soldier not a poet He had not quite the genius selfreliance masterfulness and vital force of David nor his versatility and power of leadership but his was a great soul a mighty heart with a most wonderful capacity for loving David David the son of Jesse tho shepherd also was very attractive In his person he was accomplished in music and song he was faithful he was full of grace like a hegoat upon the mountains ho was courageous even in heroism he behaved himself wisely in all his ways he bad great common sense and tact ho was large hearted and generous and above all he had a sublime faith a perfect childlike trust in the glorious arm of the Lord Ho had that In him by which he became a champion of those who were in distress 1 Sam 2316 a wall by night and day to peaceful shepherds 1 Sam 2515 16Professor Sanders An Ideal Friendship Between Da rid and Jonathan thero arose a beau tiful almost ideal friendship The soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David Their souls wero Inter woven together into a complete tex ture of friendship And Jonathan loved him as his own soul 1 Sam 18 1 This lovo in Its highest perfec tlon mother lovo and bridal lovo Is the finest typo and illustration of the love of God to his children as often expressed in tho scriptures Expression of that Friendship First Jonathan tho crown prince gave his court robes and armor to David 1 Sam 18 4 Possibly tho gift was suggested by the need of the country lad for some dress appropri ate to his entrance into courtISecond Ho defended tho frenzy of We father Saul 1 Sam uel 19- Third By the incident and the covenant in 1 Samuel 20 Ho wished David well Ho yielded up his hopes of tho king dom to David only stipulating that David should not kill him when ho be came king as was tbo custom of the times and tho further history shows tho need of the stipulation He formed a shrewd plan of making known to David the feelings of Saul toward David V 31 Saul tried to persuado Jona than to let him kill David for as long as the son of Jesse llvcth thou shalt not be established V 32 When Jonathan refused Saul cost a javelin at him to smlto him Blessedness of Friendship I would rather have a good friend said Socrates than all other objects of ambition put together The pVjry of life is to love not to be loved to give not to get to servo not to be served It Is never given to a man to be wlso In the true and noble sense until ho is carried out of himself In the purifying passion of love or tho genieroslty of friendship Tho selfcen tered cannot keep friends One great advantage of friendship it lit tendency to make a person like J the one hr loves i ra 4 r u J Je I East Kentucky Correspondence f I News You Get Nowhere seISo cormpcna nc published naleii freed In tan by tbt writer Tin aim li lit lot pobllMtios bat u U trUtie If food faltt Writ plaialf o ieelo osetotpsM o6oeotseie o4stt f elsomoepoP oOe oo TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Eglon August S Jackson County Teachers Association will be held at the Pine Grove school house In the Fourth Educational District on the fourth Saturday in October Song by audience Devotional x excises Jas Lunsford Welcome ld dress Canada Sparks Response lIss Annie Powell Common Schools of Kentucky R O Cornelius Reclt tlon Laura Isaacs Preparations for First Day of School L T Medlocl Teachers Relation to Community J G Durham Song by Quartet Efffct of the Study of History upon the Mind and Character of the Indlvli ual Mrs Edna Tussey Physical CuI ture L W Harrison Recitation Sarah Watson ratlorlF Coi nelms Recitation Linda Ballart OraUou J W Jones Basket Dinner Song America The Responslblllt of the Teacher R F Sponce Xor mal Schools Logan Farmer Select Reading Nannie Hatfield Decors tlons of School Roams and Care for Flaygrund Martha Jones School DIs cipline H N Dean Recitation Laura Ibaacr Essay China Hudson Dut ot Patents J R Row How to Arouse EnthuslasmQ H Long Song by Quartet Essay Bertha Brough ton What Bearing has the Indolent and Industrious Boy upon the School Grover Drew What U Stpry Writing and What are the Advantages or Natural Scenery in Story Writing Roe Azbill Music In the School Miss Annie Powell School Manage ment Ollie Hatfleld Advantages and Disadvantages of Novel Reading W F Amyx How to Teach Grammar J L Jones Recitation Mrs Ida Ab hey Address Canada Sparks JACKSON COUNTY TVNEU Tyner August 8We are havlni some rain at present Corn crops are fine at this timeMr Webb of Dear Wallow is In this vicinity buying cat tie and shoepMr and Mrs Mar lour Smith of Clover Bottom are vis lung their daughter Mrs Hallle Goodman this weak Amle Green the lit tlo daughter or Jas Jones who hw been slek so long is well asnlnir and Mrs Pete Palmer visited their fathe and mother Mr and Mrs T T Bullock Mr and Mrs Ed Moore visited Wm Dunlgau and wife Sun day last Miss Mary Wee Is planning to go to see her brother W F Tin cher Cf Bernstadt Mr and Mrs John Moore VIsited Mr and Mrs W JI Dunigan Sunday AHXVILIE Annville Aug 10Revs Bray and Mike Riley of near Corbin held nn series of Interesting meetings at Greet Hill last week The meetings closed last night with ten additions to the church Everybody here is greatly rejoining on account of the recent rains The drouth began to look seri ous to usAll the tea hers here allemltd the Institute at McKee last week and report a fine educational meeting Mr and Mrs R M Tate 01 Somerset are visiting at the home of Mrs Tates mother Mrs Sim Par rot this weekA T Neal and wife attended church at Green Hill Sun day night Rev Able Gabbard fill ed his regular monthly meeting here Saturday and Sunday Etta Med luck of Olin visited Miss Mattie Med lock yesterday SAND OAP Sand Gap August 10We are very thankful for the nice rain we had Saturday It began before daybreak and scarcely ceased until about an hour before sunset Matilda Durham is very poorly with what Is supposed to be heart trouble Friday morning Pearl the little Son of A P Gabbard i hurt his foot very bally by stepping on a nail Alice Gay who has been slaying with Mrs A P Gabbard is taking a vacation Mary Brockman ot Collier passed thru here Sunday enroute to Kerby Knob to visit her sIster Mrs Charles KerbyNewton Hurley has a new supply of goods Albert Isaacs of this place and the widow Norville of Clover Bottom were married Wednesday at the home of the bride The happy couple left Immediately on a tour to Pleasant Point the home of the brides father Rev G V Clemmons Their many friends wish them happiness and prosperity Horace Durham of this place and Mary Ellen Watkins of Brazil were quietly married- M1JJDLKFORK Mlddlefork August 8 Services were held at this place Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev Jas Baker with good attendance Bill Lear who has been sick so long at tended church at this place Sunday Robert Summers accidentally cut his little brothers finger oft some days ago with a mowing machine blade J W Angel visited W Bailey Sat urddynightRobert and Joe Tussey wetISum Huberts J Summers and B- Lear made a business trip to Iclee Monday The funeral of Mrs James Watkins will be preached at the Union church the fourth Sunday In August Mr Isaac Mimes has been visiting friends and relatives nenr Livingston this week Mr and Mrs Isaac Lear visited Dales Wilson hSunday evening Ovo Tussey wh has been on the sick list so long was baptised by the Rev James Bake SunnyMr and Mrs Lewis Gabbar visited at John Holts Sunday and had a nice tlmeIlr James Summers has groceries to sell near Helffers Brand Ollle Angel has some yellow roses In bloom Ditty HAWK Gray Hawk August 10 We are having plenty of lain and corn Is beginning to grow again The Sunday School at Dry Ridge is progress Ing nicely Yesterday was Decoration day and a nice lecture was given b Rev Baker of Middlefork W R Engle Is having a large store erected In Gray HawkRobert Judd Is overjoyed over a new girl on August 4lames Baulden has returned home from Berea where he has teen visiting friends and relative for the past weokJ F Tincher and family are planning to visit his sister Mrs Martha Rice in Cla County shortly Harrison Parrot has a smile on hit face over the nr rival of a fine girl on the 26th Mr Thos Parret attended Sunday School at Dry Ridge yesterday Geo Ad kins Is employed by toe Hayes Bros making ties Isaac Messier brought In Tis gasoline engine a few d- aagoS H Judd Is planning to move blf stock of goods to Warefork G A Hellard attended Sunday School at Prospect Hill J F Tin char and others are planning to go Into the tie business soon ucuLav HurlEY August 6Corn Is looking very badly owing to the dry weath erThere Is no school this week on account of the Institute Green Gab bard of Berea has been visiting friends and relatives ai this place He returned home Tuesday Mrs 1earlla Gabbard Is reported very low Mandy Lake Is visiting at this plac Thi people were expecting Rsv Ward to hold singing at the Indian Ireetr church this week but be fall ed to come Mrs Ida Lake Is visit ng relatives In this vicinity Messrs John Roberts and Harve Cole are 1gglng coal on John Roberts farm Pollle McCollum Is staying with her aunt Mrs Clara Farmer of McKee his week Lydla M Isaacs Is visit ing her sister Mrs Klzzie Hurley Dan L Gabbard has been visiting his jarents at this place- Rl6KRASTLE COUNTY OOUCULASU- Goorbland August 16A school election was held August 1 electing J W Phillips as trustee Messrs ohn Lear of Parrot and Elsa Phil- Ips of Goochland were the pleasant callers of Allle and W A Phillips Saturday evening Mlllard Anglin hai gene to Owsley County to move his fatherinlaw to Rockcastle Cou- ntyilly Anglin was severely brats td b a blow In the face Doctor iays there Is a chance for herEtta 51 arks made a short visit to Gooch mud last weekThe family of Jno Johnson Is blessed with a fine baby iJrl called Jennings Bryan Wm PhIllip of Frankfort Is visiting rel fives in the mountains near Gooch and Joseph Martin of Doublellck mt returned from Illinois and says icntucky is the place for him Wm hllllps attended the Fair at Berea IIU his way from Frankfort to the mountains James Phillips Is work- Ing In his mine near hereE Drew cf Straight Creek Bell County is Jfltlng his brother Joseph Drew of ioochland W H Isaacs has sold bls farm and will move to Oklahoma John Lear stopped over la Gooch land on his return from the Berea lalrJames and Martha Cox filled their regular appointment at Pleas Gnt Hill SundayJackson Jones at tended the Institute at McKee last veek Joseph Callahan has declln ed the idea of going to Oklahoma Chas Phillips has been ill for a few lays but is improving DISrUTAKTA Dlsputanta August 10 We are laving some nice weather at present Mrs Samuel Croucher who is eo low Is no better and is not expected to live loneMr and Mrs Wesley Ibney and little son Arthur visited ilr and Mrs 0 M Inyne Sunday Jr Lewis Rowlett and sons Huston md Luther attended the Fair at lerea ThursdayMr and Mrs Lu her Rowlett spent Sunday evening with W A Rowlett and wlteMra Mallssa Owens and children visited Mrs E J Rowlett Monday Myrt had Julia Rowlett visited AmerIca and Lila Owens Sunday Mrs E r Rowlett is still among the sick ItOCKFOItl Roe ford August 2 We are ha lug some nice weather nowSchool Is progressing nicely at Walnut Groe with Miss Klzzie Ponder as teach rLlltlo Lelia Todd It very sick Mrs Samuel Croucher la very low with consumption and Is not Xllect ed to live long Newton Anderson of near Richmond visited his ntite Mrs J W Todd Saturday and Sun dayThe Sabbath School at Scaffol Cane Is getting along nicely nmt with good attendance A Sundn School picnic Is to be given at Can way Sunday August 11Mlss Jlule Ponder visited at Rockford Sunday T C Viars and daughter Beulal arc at Mr and Mrs Dalians In nQ roa Mr Vlars Is under control f I ho doctor there Rev F P Bryar filled his regular appointment et Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunda He also preached Saturday night Mrs Stella Sholton of near Crab Orchard died at her home a few llas ago She left a baby boy three days old a husband a hOlt of friends and relatives to mourn her loss Mar Rae Allman ot Richmond is vlsltln relatives of this place nowMr alll Mrs W H Stephens vtelted Mr nnd Mrs C L Thomas Sunday Irs Susan Ogg is visiting her daught Mrs Wm LtnvlllnMre Polly All man Is visiting her slater Mrs I M Todd Misses EllA Minnie and Kate Lake visited Mr and Mrs J J Hamilton Sunday KocSiord August 10 We had 1 Iii k rain Friday and Saturday T h trieshir was in this part last weak threshig wheat Chut Bullen and rally of Fatrland 111 are vlsltln datives hereJ W Todd Is havlni t well dug by Chas Mid J D Th- ntsMss Elia Lake visited lion Folks Saturday and Sunday The Sunday School at Stnl fold Cane i progressing nicely Miss Marthi King died at the home of her brother Richard King a few day ago of con luraption She was burled at the family graveyard Little Daisy Todd e much better at present- CLIMAX Climax August 8U S G York and lease Rector are doing eau Centering for S L Rose now Barr to the wife of U S Q York a fine boyan July 81 Gresela Rector hat lust returned home after a short star at Klrksvllle and Richmond He Is und r treatment of Dr Hobson and 16 slowly Improving in health Wm torsjrtbo brought a fine two year ok horse from Geroge Watkins Severn rum this place attended Berea Fair Died some time ago Mr Isaac Le rcr at his home at Longford Ills remains were laid to rest In the Stew neon Anglln graveyard Mr Lcgoi was a good man and loved by all vho knew him Public School II irogrowlng nicely with Miss Man June of Wild Ie as teacher Lat Saturday and Sunday were meeting lays at the B C II S B church Jervlcea were condueted by the Rev ulton of Richmond J N Rector was elected school trustee by a large tajorilyJ W Chasteen of John etta Is creclng a nice dwelling house IIOONK Boone August 10Tho Rev C s Vilson filled his regular appointment iaturuay and Sunday at Falrvlew hurch Mrs Mary Wio t joined the hurch Sunday at Fairview and will be baptized next meeting dayAn lerson Martin Is building a new wellltg house en his land near here Joe Levett was at Slate Lick Sat irday Charles Oldham who bas beet quite fck Is out again Mrs Daisy 1lta n Is on the ales list this west Our public school Is doing nicely with a good attendance Thu association at this place begins September SThe Rev C S Wilson and B D Ihastetn were guests of Mrs Mattie loyle Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Me lure of near Conway attended Lurch here Sunday David Martin tended Berea Fair at Berea Saturday UOIIINET Roblnet August 1 Tie making and hauling are all the go here Corn crops are looking fine in this Iart1td Tonie and Bill Lake and lenry Young passed thru going o London to enlist In the navy Mrs Hat Carpenter gave tlrn to a fine girl baby last Saturday night Wee glad to hear of Green Carpenter getting into business ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp August 1Corn is joking fine as rain has been plentiful for the last few week People are thru with their farm work and ome are engaged In tie and tanbark anting Circuit Court Is going on- at Irvine A few cases have been trledJames Neely and wife passed thru this part on their way to Owsley loucty for a few days visit and rill return to their home near Rich Dud Mr Neely has been away from Owslcy for three yearsArch lind Flrley Peters have gone to Jack ron County after a load of flour Blll Isaac has gone to Peach Tree mountain on business Taylor Arvln Wilson has returned home from Rlcl niond Gco Sherman Robbins dell erect a good sermon at Wager lllo lust Monday night Whooping coug and fever are bad on children in Ir vine as some few have died nn others are very sick Algln and Hammer Arvlno and Joseph Char are making a new fenceM F Pet en has traded a fine pair of oxen Wadp Wilson has been making cider rl Henry Reeves on the shares Mr and Mrs A Peters has been nt Wal laceton visiting their daughter Mr Louis Lakes and wife have gono to Irvine on business James Spark has gono to Richmond with a draw ot cattle MADISON COUNTY mo iiiLr Big 11111 August 8Mat Green hat a surgical operation performed tbe other dayAirs Nannie Lewis has R tine glrIrs Merrlau Abram and sitter from Lexington are visit Ing Ale Grant Abrams Lucy Haye has been visiting relatives at Lex Ington Charlie Green of Corbin i visiting his grand mother Mrs Julia Green Misses Dabbles and Gracie Coyle are visiting Mw Julia Greet this wftk We had an excellent rain h day and farmers are rejoicing ove It ver much Granvll Irancs Is rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy Wllli m Jackson got hurt In a coa cine the other day Mrs Llzzl Hayes Abrams has been very sick for the last two weeks from over heat Mrs Sallie Harrlsou Wilson ant hmbiprt are rejoicing ova the nrrlv + i ofa fine glrlJohn Will Johnson Is all smiles Its a boyMrs Aman n Cole Is very owThe Johnson Feuninn will be held August IS H Johnson Springs Everybody Invited Contlnutilen Forth rift There Is no word In the Chinese lan guage that convoys an Intimation of what we term public opinion nor In there a synonym for patriotism LETTERS TO TEXAS Palestine Gabbard Writes to His Son Jake Who Has Gone to Texas and Written Home for Some Money Sa djr Branch Ky August 1 IDOl My diet son Jackson It U ntUier tart work for your rather to write a letter but M I sprained my ankle yetttrday I dtHIt seem to have mueJi to do ottt down uA will improve tM time by answer tag ymirs which has ban waltlnc frr acme days- Our folio are all wH awl we hope you are enjoying the some Ueitlngt Ten doamt seen to far ott etttet sou went there And It seems It fc n good deal like K i lucky In some things From what you write It ap pears that even In Texas folks doa t pay a man unless he works and that corn dont grow without Ming slanted and ended You say your torn It lOins to he small bceniiM the weeds got a start while you were nf In town Just make a note of that Jake and the next time you KO Lu town dont stay so long And you my the man that used to hire you to work for him by odd spells when tour own work was not pretatnr r nn he line all the help he wants tvihnut you now That Is rather lea pnlnting As I make out r did not work over hard when yoi have a chance with him and now be has found somebody who will do marc work for lees pay It Is his nature right to got his work dono as well and cheap as ho can and so you ure loft out again You ask right out for fifty or II huudrea dollars and when your lotto first come I allowed I would Mud you a little more money as soon III there came a tide and I could let some cnh on logs or as soon as tin rattle buyers would pry right fcr fonie of our young stock but for two reasons Jackson I have decided to tell you not to depend on the old man any longer but Just live on who you can get out of tho ground and on of your neighbors In the great Stat of Texts In the first place I hoard tin preacher read something about all things working together for good and It may work for you goad to AO on short rations until you learn to Le a little more steady You know you spent a heap of my money before you lit out for Texas and that you look u good bit with you I new ooild persuade you to stick to work very lung at a time or to keep ail pccount of where your monO wont to And you always said me and your Inn were harder to Ret along with that anybody Now you are fur from us anti the folks In Texas are not down on you In particular unless you have given them reason to be nail I allow the very best thing I eon di for you is to let you wrestle with the land ami the neighbor aDd make your own living and your own reputation In Texas 1 reckon I love you all a father should and I know your mother prey for you night Ball morning but love ont always mesa doing everything you an asked to do Wo used to give you Rood advice and Rood money and It was like the Scripture which Myt tire one slmll lie taken and the other left You took the money and you loft the aJ vice sad now we think you had better got the seod adH e that kitting for yourtelt will be pretty sore ts give you lint In the second phase Jaekaon something has happened to otir John and that soaMtUUnp k likely to take a little ot our money Your brother John has not been fined for any Net Mlnew like you weed to be sad ke IMS not thrown away nay money at HmMtng U k something olso eoat thing that qwKo Mrprtaed ne sal 1 allow It will BHrnrUe you too John has mode HP his mind to go to notes You know we kinder wanted you tc go to Iterea one time but yep lust sorted at H and we sorter give rp the Ides that any of our boys wonltl amount to much You wore the old tat aft the smartest and you went tu the city for a Dastness Course SM all you brought back was a few sew ones worth seal KI we Give It up aad never said anything to John John ho slid along and before we hardly noticed It he tear taller than his daiand the biggest boy In Ute C roe school He had door fairly well hui Wt hail not took meek note cf Mm You remember John had a pig hU uncle gave him when he was fourteen Just before you went to the dining shore nf Texas Well that pig Is about half a ton of good Italy hosmtat now and John has been tending a bit of corn land of his uwn to have the stuff to keep themI at on I allowed ho was expecting to buy a nag as you did so he could ride to town and court around generally and so I naked him how much he thought ho could raise on those hogs toward a good gaited horse and ho said Father I dont guess Ill get no nag Well said I are you going to get a piece of land and btgln talking tg sorao gall Nary gal said ho And then his mother poke up and says she John has made up his mind to EO to hence That night she told mo how to hind been watching the Combs boys over since they begun going to Bc rca First they wont for the Winter tern in January 1907 and stayed about half through tho Spring term They went with revolvers and came back with testaments and a hoop of new ideas about farming and school teaching They worked like thy wcro fighting fire nil summer and wore In Berea again In tho fall and stayed a full year anti now Pal has eGot a first class certificate and Bud Ic about able tn make the farm till over to It will yield double th crops It did Any rate that U what he churns And certainly ho baa learned for the surveyors mot on Poesnm Trot Creek paid him two dollars a day for helping them when they only pave their other men coats Well your mother told mo that John had watched those CnmlM boys Mad that lest Christina when they were house he wont over and had moral long talks with them and from them he hat been studying about going te llorou 1 most say It took mo rather queer I did not want to spars John from the farm work I thought to tend you to Iterea to get you out ot harm way and somehow break up the wild ness that was growing ott you but John had never given ui any trouble All Ue nwrv your Ins aW We right ta send him sail nut walt to have Mm be will The Lord know she said 1 cant bear tu have him out of my light from till Christmas and again from New Years till June but If it la for his rood I must not let my feelings stand In his way Im sure I had rather haw him go to Hrrrn and mane tuck all clean and straight and strong like shoe Combs boys than to hate him go to Texas and never rune baCk at all And 1 seta Bu sta says I M 14 be proud to bate a son of mine educated and living right hue Those Combs buss don t lit no Texas fever they are help lag to make this county a better rlaee n be born In Id like to have a lay like thorn And so Jack though we haven t Mb sj to John we export to III a little money on his education if he dues right lie lies his Mote sod he will earn something at Ur cathey all do and we allow that well do the rest The while oxpsnie for the fall trots tourism reeks Is only SMdO Besides that tell have to have some clothe but toed gracious boy have to have Tithes here on Sandy Ik Heh So ou stand up for the Oabtaird fam- Ily In Texas sad Jehu anti us will tend up for It In Kentucky Your loving father Palestine Oabbard The second letter will appear 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