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IE I PUBLISHINO Dj- o CO- ttncuneonAT o STANLLT FROST Manager Tier d 01 rile Pod olrinnl Arta KIU uand- e tfaa mllm- aflttoooococceos X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 1008 One Dollar a year No NEWS 0 and Wife Murdered ManUc Kills ChildrenWireless Telephone a Success Qroat Singer Dead MAN AND WIFE MURDERED Arthur Noldlandor and life wife of Columhus 0 wore found dead Rita day morning The moan In a room over bis grocery store and tho wo In the street near tho store ftman man was shot thru tho body and cut twice with a knife Tho wo man was shot and ctabbcd in the heart A man has been arrested for the crime but the police are by no moans euro that ho is tho follow MANIAC KILLS OHILDIlBNrH J Duftlg CO years of age driven in Mine by rolldou mania klllnd hU eon and daughter in Loa Angeles rt Cal The night before the crime was committed having gono to a religious meeting and worked himself Into a fumy bo went to the homo of his son Finding him asleep ho out his head off with an ax than loft for the homo of his wife and daughter and finished tho skull of the latter Ho then wont to the street and out hlr own throat with a razor WIPBLBB8 TELEPHONE 80COESP Saturday Lleuts Colin Peanco and MerMoc tho Inventors of the wlre UM telephone apparatus made a sue cessful experiment with their instru ment They communicated in Franco a distance of 310 miles Tho words were faint but could be distinguished and the officers are confident that they can make some improvement and bn able to converse distinctly for or 700 miles This Is a great Improvement over the other tolo phone and telegraph methods JURAT BINOHR DEADIra D Banker tho singing evangelist died at his home In Brooklyn Mr Sankoy was 08 years old He achieved great fame as an evangelist In a varies of religious tours in this country and Europe with the late Dwight L Moody A NEW BUSINESS FIRM A new btwincM firm has made Us dppearanee In Boron sad is bidding fur pftlionnge with every promise of giving Mtlsfaetory servile It Is known as 0 D Holltilay and Co the other partner preferring to keep his lImo secret for tho time being Tho firm bu taken over tho coal and Ice business given up J W Stephens when he beeawo oasliljf of the heron hank ft Trust Co and will add to It a line of feed A large new storehouse will bo built as soon as possible and the firm bopw to be In position to handle all busmen satisfactorily with in a few weeks It will deal In lee in all kinds of domestic coal and In all kmls of tend and earnestly soil tIll the patronage and support of the community GoraklSomo things go by fits and stan GeraldlneI Uoot want f81 to lure n m lint I wish youd url Well Worth Reading are Cho Letters to Texas They aro full of gdod ndrico to young pooplo aud old and Interesting to road ovun If you dout need advice On the last ltege of this number of Tho Citizen and of the next two numbers DONT MISS THEM 0n THE CITIZEN I Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People 0 IIVol gllOFWEEKM- an POLITICAL NOTES Our State PoliticsTaft to Fish Sherman Notified Many Democrats are suggesting plans of getting all the Democratic vcters to the polls this coming elec urn and thereby pile a largo major- Ity for Bryan and Kern Wnllo on the other hand the Republicans arc Lucking a great deal on the victory made by Gov Willson last fall Some cf the politicians figure that Bryans majority In tho Stato will run up to 0000 or 40000 The scheme devised by some Democratic politicians is to IILVO the State Central Committee and aU the subordinate committees txtll for a primary election to bo held November 3 the regular election day Tho purpose will bo to name all tho county officers and Circuit and Appellate Judges And by having a roan of his choice as a candidate the voter will suppot the whole Demo oriallc ticket together with his spec ial candidate With the Democrats grunting on their iinty to carry them to victory and tho Republicans le fleeting on tho victory of last year an an Indication of success this fall thoIing campaign but tho Democrats aro working hard among tho farmers and ether private citizens for donations en a small eels But to look at the tuition from a nonpartlslan stand Hint one must be inclined to believe that tho tobacco troubles in the Lists are going to cut quite a flg uro in the national election Them partiteber of Republican tobacco growers who are bitterly cnoiod to Governor Vnisona use of lilt militia and on the other hand there nro admirers of OaT Wlllson and hi policies and say they will vote for another ilepubll imu who will carry out these policies John D WaVeflold says Ono Dom o iat formerly a potent factor in Kentucky politics said Tako my word for It there are thousands off ters in Kentucky who have lost sight of Bryan and Taft both and will voto for the party whoso repre sentative think as tiny think about the tobacco war Tobacco growers like the concerns of tho East and the nrnopollcs of the country will vote for the man nenrwt to belief IoMtlea II a thlnp of minor Imprtanoea v hen compared with personal Intcresti and will bo treated so When feeling ltw eD men runs so high that they tarn otoh others barns and threaten melt others lives and families are dis rupted then you may Judgo that th difference will bo made n vital Ier MO anti will speak louder than par ty lines Though It In evident that the Democrats will bare the advantage In Kentucky yet there will bo Demo rraU in tho State who never voted the Republican ticket who will vote It this time on account of tha tobao co troubles TAFT TO FISH Candidate Taft sad party will leave Hot Sprlcc Friday August 28 for a weeks flih Isg In Lake Brie Thin he will go to Ctaelnnntl to rantaln until nIterI the oketlon Following hit usual custom Mr Taft trangaotpd no bull uea nor held any polltleal oonttron NIl Sunday Air Tails vacation is a busy ono- SK1BIUIAN NOTHlHDsJ S Suarman In one of tho briefest The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds JII Richmond Ky AUGUST 18 J9 20 AND 21 J908 FOUR GREAT DAYS Liberal Premiums Fine Music Floral Hall 11500 Driving Wagon Given Away On tho first day of tho Fair tho holler of each cent admission ticket or each two 25 cent admission tickets will bo entitled to a guess on tho total paid attendance at the Madison County Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday tho first two days of tho fair To the party guessing the exact paid attendance or tho closest to tho exact paid attendance of both days will bo awarded a Runabout ruber tire strictly highclass and valued at 11500 Only those who pay for tickets the first day will be given a guess free tho announcement of the winner will be made at three oclock In tho afternoon of Fridary August 21 Dont fail to attend the Fair that day Splendid program guessing on the Driving Wagon should be inducement enough Remember the Fair dates Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 18 19 20 and 21 1908 tom PRESIDENT FROSTS INVITATION To All Readers of TIlE CITIZEN My Dear Friends I have bogged apace on the front page of THE CITIZEN to say a few things about my desire to see a large number of young people at tierca on tho 10th of September I do not desire them to come for any eelfish reason of my own but solely nnd only for their good and tho goodof their families and tho good of tho country And I do not wish to draw students away from any other schools except that there lire some older boys and girls in tho district schools who are gutting little good there and taking up the teachers time that should be given to tho younger ones By the time boys and girls are fifteen years old they should leave the district school nnd start in at some larger institution Any youug person who has started in at any good Academy or soculled college I advise to stay there and fin- Ish n course and then come to Borou Jut I am speaking now to tho young men and youngladies who have not been interested in education or have not expected to get any further education for themselves this lull You would bo interested if you would spend one week in Bereal Ask any of our students and they will tell you that their first term in Berea did them about as much good as they could hopo to get from n journey around the world See what Berea has done for hundreds and hundreds of young people some of whom came from dis tant states You ought to be one of this great company of young peo plo who are going to make something of themselves In the world Why should you drift along and never find out what there is in your own head and what there is in education 1 The time to do this is non There will hover be n better time to begin there never will bo another time so good as this You can start now if you Kill but a hundred things may soon happen which will forever snatch away your chance for further education Almost every day wo have letters from people who are sorry and angry with themselves because they did not start in for an education when they bad the chance You must not join tho company of These people of vain regrets Before starting a journey or a days Work look over the ground and grind your uxthat is education All tho objections and difficulties will melt away if you simply make up your mind to start I have worked and prayed for tho boys and girls of our mountains for sixteen years I have visited the mountains of Scotland and Swit zerland to find out the best things they have there I have studied the best schools of America and the Old World across the sea so as to gather all that was best and put it into Berea President Roosevelt Andrew Carnegie and Americas best people have approved my plans and helped carry them out in our now buildings and courses of study And a great army of young men and young ladies have come to us not only from the mountains of Kentucky but from the Virginias Tennesee and North Carolina These young people with the train ing Berea gives them are goiug to make of our mountain region ono of tho best homo lands in the world myhenrttrying to Invite thorn before it is too Intel Read Boreus advertise merit In another part of this paper IIbl make up your mind that you will not be loft out I am a friend and wellwisher to every mountain home Wm Goodell Frost GO TO THE FARMERS INSTITUTE During this time of year Farmers Institutes costing a couple of hundred dollars apiece are being huM under the management of tho State in nil tho counties In sonic parts of tho State these institutes are well attended and the farmers get groat benefit train them but around hero it scorns that hardly anyone thinks it worth while to go tho this is just the place where most can be learned and where farmers could get the most profit out of thu lectures Tho chief argument barred against going to tho institutes is that tho lecturers Uare only out for the money That is probably true but it does not make what they have to toll any the less valuable Tho men nro picked out because of their knowledge of tho subjects thoy talk about and tine more they kuow the more money they get So the men that are talking for tho most money are tho ones best worth hearingNo onO of us knows so much that ho oouuot loam more and there is no one so lowly that ho am not teach anyof us something So it would bo worth while for a farmer to listen to the talk of any one that know anything about farming and it is especially worth his while to hear what those exports have to say At tho institutes too ho will get for nothing tho haueflt of tho experience of othor mon in the county Thorn is no ono thing iu which special learning pays bettor than In farming nnd there is nothing which roost men do more poorly Ono former that began going to the institutes ti few years ago now finds that by following tho advise of the lecturers he con rise twice as largo crops with loss labor nltho ho is now an old mat Ills learning from tho institutes lies tundo up for his declining strength and given him nu advantage over clinger men besides Some men say that they onnnot afford the time to go to tho lust tutus No ono would refuse to go if he woro to be paid ten dollars hard cash for each day ho attended and yet there is hardly n farmer in tho country who could not get a good deal more then ton dollars worth out of each days session It is a place whore the state is giv ing something for nothing and every man that is trying to make tho bast of himself and his farm will find it will pay him mightily to go Try it once and see unspeeches over made a candidate of so high an office accepted tho nomination for the VIcoprosldoncy Tuesday at Utica N Y Mr Sherman followed directly after Mr Taft by lilodstiut his allegiance to tho poll I des of President Roosevelt GO TO BEREA COLLEGE Berea College with all its advan tages and opportunities for young mcn and women will open for anoth er year on Soptembr 1C What good will it do you or your son or daughter Will you or will thoy bo thereto take advantage of tho opportunl ties T Within tho next year hundreds c1 young peoplo will get at Berea tho start toward a better and more use ful life Will you or your son cr daughter bo among them Hundreds of young people will share in tho benefits of the thousands ot dollars spent every year for tho best teach ing In Kentucky Will you or your inn or daughter A year from now ftA tICr hundreds of young peoplo will have taken a long stop Iu tho direction of Letter living and bettor preparation for life whllo other thousands will havo stood still or at tho most uudo u fort dollars making a small gain in money instead of a largo gain in character In which class will you or your son of daughter bet Berea is tho best school for the mountain boy or girl Thousands of dollars kayo been spent in buildings and equipment Thousands more aro spent every year for teachers There Is moro for you than in any other school and yet you can get at it for a smaller price Bo sure to read tho advertisement on page three and think well on the subject for a year wasted can never bo made up and the tlmo to got ready to start for this years schooling is right now The school will open almost before you realize it Bill Why Is it tho underdog in a fight should get most of the attention Jill Because hes doing all the yelp Ins Yonkers Statesman 41 eo Advertising 20 000 by his HO by BereaBank and Trust Your Business DeservesT- he f very best service can secure A ItooThis Bank with its largo Capital and offers t you yourbusiness all that can be desired f iI Do you not want to with bank so strong financially and in the desire to be of real service ail is this one1 MOORE Pres J W STEPHENS Cashier IJJ t PEt CCNT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4 + IN OUR OWN STATE W O Bradley Murdered In Lexing tonNew CapitolMob at Paducah W BRADLEY Senator W Bradley is one of the six attorneys engaged to defend Beech Hargls for the murder of his father in Breathltt County Six leading attorneys will plead for the life of young Hargis whoso trial is set for August 24 It Is understood that tho Commonwealth and thu defense will answer ready and the trial will be carried out MURDERED IN LEXINGTOX One of the most crimes ever committed In Lexington took place Sunday morning before day The body of Mr Stephen A Dlcsback owner of Prince Tiny Mite tho smallest horse In tho world was found stiff on Us cot In the show tent Mr Dtesback was known to have had 260 on his person Mrs Dlesback at Tatsoutown Pa has been notified of her husbands death and tho body is In tho establishment awaiting her orders Fellowshowmcn speak very highly of the murdered man and everyone hoped tho murderer will bo found NEW CAPITOL Tho new Capitol at Frankfort will not be ready by as was the plan It will ho six months before the power plant or heating apparatus can be Installed And It Is now evident that the Stato officials wait until leaeeew p The Citizen Is Growing 0 Let Your Business g a Co BEREA KY 1 t banking I Resources identify yourself a r I 1 0 O mysterious undertaking September must Rap- Idly r i occupytheMOB AT PADUCAK A mob of countyJaildemanded Will Hornsby a negro ac cused of an attempt assault on twelve year eld NUn Powell The Jailer said i tha Hornsby was not there and offered tn let them march but they did not and went away The nesrotbroke into tho bedroom Sunday morn- Ing while the girl and her little brother wero asleep and she being awakened screamed so violently that her father cams to her rescue The negro Jumped thru the window and escaped but was found hiding in alleyASYLUMS EXAMINED M H Thatcher State Inspector and Examiner has just completed his examina tion of the three insane asylumns of Kentucky Adequate water supply Is tin most serious defect at Lake land Mr Thatchers report will cover condition expenditures and dis cipline of the Institutions SHOT TO DEATHA man named Burgess was shot and killed Sunday J I morning at Ford Ky a little town I ID Clark County and on the Kentucky River Burgess was shot three timesIby a man named Winburn Both men wero residents of Ford TAYLOR STORY FALSE Gov Wlllcon denies emphatically that lie has any intention of notifying W S Taylor after the election In Novem Continnrit on Fourth PageJ EE RESOLVED ThAT NICE TOILET ARTICLES ARE A GREAT SATISfACTION BVTlPTfK- vtHiVe PREPARED YOUR TOILET DONT bU WANT SOME LOVELY WIAfABLESTO PUT ON I DO THEY WE toU fEEl GOOD AND LOOK GOODBUSTER BROWN iiLAeM1MOtOIOMNe cO AFTER THE BMH f = YOU WISH SATISFACTION Do YOU NOT AND DO YOU NOT WISH TO GIVE SATISFACTION To OTHERS IF YOU MEET OTHERS YOU WILL BETTER SATISFY THEM IF YOU MEET THEM 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 You Pay LessOr Get More o BOB A IPTON 0- of PLACER HANI LINRRIsIi4blf4f0 lfAIrI fRYSJIl5f1I1 IAraf2rrafl- oTafCh14t fT I JlY1- oYXSGV7 IA1fARQ ItI d R SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In Pantry from Fort Dethune trapped by Indian In a narrow Gorge Among them Is n stranger who Introduces hlmselt by the name of Hampton also Glllls the post trader and his aillls and- a majority of the soldiers are killed dur Ins a three days siege Hampton and the girl only escape from the They toll exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh Brant In command find them lfampton ind the girl stop at the Miners Homo In Icncnld Mrs Dotty proprietress hump Ion talks the future over Mlss tisthe Kid She shows him her moth trs picture and tells him what she can 9f her parentage and life They decide the nliall live with Mrs Herndon Nalda the Kidruns away from Mrs Hcrndons and rejoins Hampton Ho Induces her to- go back And to have nothing more to do his last game Slavlnthatinrrlcncaidtt She boards at Mrs Naida nnd Ueut Brant again meet with- put his who she la She informs film of the comingBachelor club ball In honor of Ueut Urant meets Silent MurphY Custers scout lIe te Orts trouble brewing among the Sioux arise at tho Bachelor MissSpencerbut ahe Is not his Jay before She tells him of Naida and he accidentally meets her again as ho Is to the ballroom with a tan for tlss Spencer Brant accompanies loalda ome from the dance On the way she informs him as that meet HamptonBrant and lieutenant meet Hampton the that his attentions to Naida must cease proclaims an authoritythatand liver her justifies statement tells Hampton of tho presence of Client Murphy and of the tact that Hed receives gotcrnment messages for Jilm Miss Spencer called on Bob lamp a redfaced strangerMpistakingermfor Nalda Brant Inter Clews lied Blavln Kinds that he Is an ex Jrooper In the Seventh cavalry It was and Murphys testimony that before had convicted BrentSSrHampton from Slavln Slavln he wants and Murphy had left In a icuffle Slavln Is killed by a knife thrust Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason alars Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a hill and defend themselves Mob lights tire to burn them out Brant tells there than tie loves her She tells him Insurmountable barrier between them tat that she does not fully understand- It Brant and his troop rescues Hampton and Mason from the flres set by the mob Brent carries the unconscious gambler through the lines of fire Harnp Iton In taken to tho hotel and Naida comes to nurse him Miss accepts the hand of Wynkoop Brant45ordered to takethe fiel Bcforo he goes Nalda tells him she loves him but cannot become his wife or otter an ex toJicr nnn who can clear Capt Brantib years rhargo of murder of MaJ before Hampton arrives at Cheyenne utter Murphy had left with dispatches for Custcr CHAPTER XXVII Continued Tho memory of his old plain craft would not permit any neglect of the few necessaries for the trip He bought without haggling over prices but insisted on the best So It was four in the afternoon when he finally struck into tho trail leading north ward Ho rodo a mettlesome half broken bronco a wicked eyed brute which required to be conquered twice within the first hour of travel a sec ond and moro quiet animal trailed be hind at the end of a lariat bearing the necessary equipment Ho had by persistent questioning acquired considerable information during that busy hour spent In Cheyenne regarding tho untracked regions lying before him as well as the character and disposition of the man he pur sued Both by Instinct and training lio was able to comprehend those brief hints that must prove of vast benefit 4n the pathless wilderness Tho night was already dark but stars were gleaming brilliantly over head and the trail remained easily traceable Il became terribly lonely on that wilderness stretching nway for unknown leagues in every direc tion yet Hampton scarcely noted this so watchful was he lest he miss the trail To his judgment Murphy would not bo likely to ride during the night until after ho had crossed tho Fourcbo There was no reason to suspect that there wero any hostile Indians south of that stream and probably therefore the old scout would endeavor to con serve his own strength and that of his horses for the more perilous travel beyondAbout midnight the trail becoming obscure tho rider made camp confi dent ho must have already gained heavily on the man ho pursued Ho lariated his horses and flinging him Mil down on some soft turf almost Immediately dropped asU p Ho was up again before daylight and after a hasty meal pressed on The nature of tho country had changed consider ably becoming nacre broken tbo view circumscribed by towering cliffs and deep ravines Late In the afternoon he reined uh his liorso and gazed forward into u broad valley bounded with prcclpl ous bluffs The trail led directly down toward where a considerable stream of water shono silvery In the Bun half concealed behind a fringe Of willows And yonder close in against hose distant willows some black dcta wore moving Hampton glued his iiixlous eyes to tho glass Tho leveled aibcs clearly revealed a man on hone jatJc leading another horse The aril evials wen walking There couid bo lit ilt1 dculi iLat this was Silent Murphy Hampton lariated his tired horses behind tho bluff and returned to the summit lying flat upon the ground with tho fieldglass at his eyes The distant figures passed slowly forward into tho midst ol tho willows and for halt an hour the patient watcher scanned the surface of tho stream beyond but there was no sign of at tempted passage The sun sank lower and finally dlstppcarod behind those desolate ridges to tho westward Hamptons knowledge of plalnscrafl rendered Murphys actions sufficiently clear This was tho Fourche beyond those waters lay tho terrible peril of Indian raiders Further advance must be made by swift secret night riding and neverceasing vigilance This was what Murphy had been saving himself and his horses for Beyond conjec ture ho was resting now within the shadows of those willows studying tho opposite shore and making ready for tho dash northward Hampton believed he would linger thus for sometime after dark to ceo It Indian fires would afford any guidance Confident of this ho passed back to his horses rubbed them down with grass and then ate his lonely supper not ventur- Ing to light a fire certain that Mur phys eyes wire scanning every Inch ofskylineDarkness came rapidly while Hampton sat planning again tho details of his nights work Then with the two animals trailing cautiously behind ho felt his slow way on foot down the steep bluff into the denser blackness of the valley CHAPTER XXVKI The Haunting of a Crlm Murphy rested on his back in the r b Glued Glass mllst of a thicket of willows wide awake yet not quite ready to ford the Fourche and plunge into the dense shrouding the northern shore Crouched behind a log ho had so far yielded unto temptation as to light his plpo Murphy had been amid just such unpleasant environments many times before and the experience had grown somewhat prosaic Even Indianscout ing degenerates into a commonplace Dt last So Murphy puffed contentedly nt his old pipe But suddenly there was the faint crackle ofa branch his left and ono hand Instantly closed over his pipe bowl the other grasping tho heavy revolver at his hip There came n plain undisguised rustling In tho grass some prowling coyote probably then his tense muscles immediately re laxed and he cursed himself for being so startled yet ho continued to grasp the 45 In his right band his Ayes alertMurphy That single word hinted thus unex pectedly out of the biff k night startled him more than would volley of rifles He sprang half erect then as swiftly crouched behind a wMow utterly un able to articulate For the Instant his very blood ran cold he appeared to shrivel up Ob come Murphy speak up man I know youre In here That terror of the unknown Instant ly vanished This was familiar language of the world and however the fellow came to b t there it was assuredly a min who spoko Whothe helpare jot be hlqt- ed out bUShClI1tustUng Oldibothe vening willows and his Colt shot up to tho level Stopye tako another step an Illlet drive Yo toll me firstwho yo be The invader paused but ho realized tho nervous finger pressing tho trigger and mado hasto to answer Its all right I ye Im one o Tonys sCoutsYo aroT Jlst tho same Ive hoard yen voiceatone- Likely nough I saw service In tho SeventhMurphy was still a trlflo suspicious Howd yo git yercT Howd yo come tcr know whar I wusT The man laughed again Sorter hurts yen perfesslonal fccllns dont It old feller to bo dropped in on in this unceremonious way But it was dead easy old man Ye seo I happened thro Cheyenne only a couple o hours behind yo with a bunch o papers fer the Yellowstone The trails plain enough out this far and I loped long at a pretty fair hickory so thet I was tip on the built yonder and saw yo go into camp yero just afore dark You wus nkcepln yer eyes skinned across tho Fourche and naturally didnt ex pest no callers from them hills behind The rest wus nuthln an hero I am Its a darn sight pleasanter ter hey company travclln for my notion Now kin I cum on Murphy reluctantly lowered his Colt every movement betraying annoyance I reckon lint Ida damn sight rather risk it alone The stranger came forward without further hesitation Tho night was far too dark to reveal features but to Murphys strained vision tho nov comer appeared somewhat slender lu build and of good height Whard ye say yewue bound Mouth o the Powder Wo kin ride tergether for a night or two Yo klndo as ye please butI aint a huntlu no company an Im- agoincross now Ho advanced a few strides toward his horses Then suddenly ho gave vent to a smothered cry so startling as to cause tho stranger to spring hastily after him Oh My God Oh Look there What is It man There there Tho picture I Dont you scoNaw I dont see nuthln Ye alnl Hampton His Anxious Eyes to the shadows to tho tell gone cracked hey yet Whose plo tureIts thlrelo LordlIts there My God cant ye seeAn its hit faceall aglcamln with green flames Holy Maryan I aint seen it aforo ini5 year He seemed suddenly to collapse and tho stranger permitted him to drop limp to tho earth Darn If I kin see anythin old man but Ill scout round thar a bit jest ter case yer mind an see what I kin sheer up He had hardly taken a halt dozen steps before Murphy called after him Dontdont go an leave meItsnot there now Iheta queer The other returned and stood gazing down upon his huddled figure Youro a fine scout ufeard o spooks Do ye take theso yore turns often 1 Fcr It yo do I reckon as how Id sooner be rldln alone- Murphy struggled to his feet and gripped the others arm Never bed nuthln like Jtafore But but It was thatall creepy an greenaint seen thet faceIn ID year What tac- oAa fellow I knewonce Hehoe dead Tho other grunted disdainfully Bad luck ter seo them sort ho volunteered solemnly Blame glad It warnt mo es see It an I dont know as L kcer much right now bout keep in company with ye fer very long Hdwcvcr I reckon If either of us cal culates on doln much ridin tcrnlght we better stop belie with ghosts an go ter saddlln They made UIIInewcomer proving somewhat logos clous yet holding hit vole to a Jufll clous whisper It was he who led the way down tho bank the four horses slowly splashing through tho shallow water totho northern shore Before them stretched a broad plain the sur taco rocky and uneven the northern etncs obscured by ridges of higher land Murphy promptly gavo ht horso the spur never onco glancing behind while tho other Imitated his example holding his nnlmal well In check being apparently tho bettci mountedThey rodo silently The way became more broken and rough as they advanced causing them to exercise greater caution Flying clouds ob scurcd tho stirs yet through tho rifts they caught fleeting glimpses sufficient to hold thorn to their course And the encroaching hills swept In closer upon either hand leaving then groping their way between as In i pocket yet ever advancing north Finally they attained to the steep bank of a considerable stream found tho water of sufficient depth to compel swimming and crept up tho opposite shore dripping and miserable yet with ammunition dry Murphy stood swear lug disjointed1 wiping the blood from a wound in his forehead whore tho jagged edge of a rock had broken the skin but suddenly stopped with a quick Intake of breath that loft him panting The other man crept toward him leading his horse What Is It now ho asked gruffly Hev ye got em agin The dazed old scout stared point- Ing directly across the others shoul der his arm shaking desperately- Its thnran its Ills face O- hGodI know IttG year The man glanced backward Into the pitch darkness but without moving his body Theres nuthln out there less its a firefly ho Insisted In a loan of con tempt Youre plum crazy Murphy tho nights got on yer nerves What is It yo think yo leeT His face I tell yo Dont I know Its all green and ghastly with snaky flames playln about It Put I know 15 years an I aint forgot Ho sank down feebly sank until he was on his knees his head craned for ward The man watching touched the miserable hunchedup figure cornpa slonatcly and It shook beneath his hand endeavoring to shrink away My God was thct you I thought It was him areachln for roc Here let me take yen hand Oh Lord An cant ye spoT Its just there beyond them horses all green crawlln dev lllsh but Its him Who Brant Brant 15 year Brant Fifteen years Do you mean Maj Brant tho one Nolan killed over at Bethune liehe didnt The old man heaved forward his head rocking from side to side then suddenly he toppled over on his face gasping for breath Ills companion caught him and ripped open the heavy flannel shirt Then ho strode savagely across In taut of his shrinking horse taro down the flaring picture and hastily limit It into his pocket the light of tho phosphorous with which It had beet rubbed being reflected for a moment on his features- A dirty miserable lowdown trick ho muttered Poor old devil Yet Ive got to do It for the little girl Ho stumbled back through tho darkness his hat filled with water and dashed it Into Murphys face Com on Murphy Theres ono good thInK bout spooks they dont hang round for long at a time Likely es not this un Is gone by now Brace up man for yon an I httvc got tor get out o hero afore morn In Then Murphy grasped his arm and drew himself slowly to his feet Dont see nuthln now do ye No Wheres my horso The other silently reached him the looso rein marking as ho did so the quick nervous peering this way and that the starting at tho slightest soundDid yo say Murphy as how It wasnt Nolan after all who plugged the major Im damned If I did Who clsi itWhy I dunno Sorter blamed odd though thct ghost should bo ahaunt In 70 Darn If It aint creepy nougo ter make a feller bellevo most any thinMurphy drew himself up heavily Into his saddle Then alt at onco ht shoved tho muzzle of a 46 Into tin others face Yo say nuther word bout that an Ill makoB ghost outer yc blame lively Now ye ehct upII- e ride with met They moved forward at a walk am reached a higher level across whit tho night wind bearing a touct of cold in its breath as though comlnj from tiro snowcapped mountains to tbo west There was renewed life la this invigorating air And Murphy spurred forward his companion press ing steadily after When tho first signs of returning day appeared in the cant tho two lef their horses In a narrow canyon ant crept to tho summit of a ridge Below lay the broad valley of tho Powder Then Murphy turned his heal anl looked back into tho others face TO BE CONTINUED One Use for Catalogues Tho American consul at Nankin ut tens a caution to his fellow countrymen who spend lavishly on Illustrated catalogues on thick paper handsomely bound which appear to bo highly prized by the Chines at Nankla where the supply Is at times unequal to the demand As the English language Is not yet a general accomplish ment among the citizens tho consul made inquiries and discovered that the leaves of the catalogues were M I Ine used as insIde soles tor uosa PREPARE HOMES FOR BIRDS I DIRECTIONS FOR ATTRACTING AND HOLDING SINGING FEATHERED FRIENDS DESTROY THE SPARROWS Expert Clark Says They Should Be Killed Remorselessly Houses for Martins Wrens Bluebirds and Other Varieties BY EDWARD D CLARK Associate Member American Ornithol ogists Union Copyright Joseph B Bowles It would be grateful to the writer of those few summer articles upon birds to know that his words stimulate in erect enough to Induce readers to welcome tho birds to their homes Whether you llvo In city or country you may havo tho birds as compan ions If you will but prepare for thorn the houses in which they like to dwell surroundingsaro made congenial Something of this has been said In a previous article but tho attempt will bo hero to give specific directions for the attract ing and holding of our tuneful friends It may bo a shock to some of our hu manitarians when It Is said that the first necessary stop of preparation for securing robin wren bluebird orlolo merlin and other feathered neighbors Is the getting rid of the companion slip of the jxxUlfcious English spar row tho unspeakable feathered plrato tho avian rat of our domestic life Call him what you will there is no term too harsh and no name which In the description of his utter worthies nose and savagery can so beyond tho bounds of truth I have seen the English sparrow kill our native birds I have seen him rob I I IHomethe young of the food which their pa lent and too timid parent had brought thorn I have seen him tear to plccca tho laboriously LUIt nest of tho robin and the wren Ho deserves co mercy and ho should bo shown nono If you wish song birds about your doorstop kill this muiderous lit tlo thief with the rusty hit go creak In his throat and in tho klMIng make the World better by tbo loss of n poet and add to your lives tho music of the birds whose ways aro tavhig and whoso companionship Is swcoL Arm yourself with a small rifle and use cartridges flllcd with u tow bird shot You wont harm your neighbors with this kind of a charge neith er will you make nolso enough to bring you Into discredit It you slm ply wish to keep your or n promises free from sparrows kill lour or five of them a day for a week and after that for some time you cant get ono of tho cunning rascals to wino within sighting dlfltnnco of your yard If aft er a month they show a disposition to become bolder kill a tow mure and keep at it at odd Intervals- If you wish to do all your neighbors a service go to work systematically to kill the sparrows FrAnk head now connected with tho government biological survey and formerly a resi dent of Wyoming rid Cheyenne of English sparrows In a single season and when ho started out thero wore thousands upon thousands of ib i sav ago little aliens In tho city stroota Mr Bond used poison In fall and vintcr tho sparrows food in great flockj Ljnd out one of their favorite grounds choose a bare spot near by and slow It with poisoned wheat You will neon reap a harvest of tho only good spar rowsdead ones Watch tbo place whore the wheat was strewn and when tho sparrows havo finished their final meal sweep up the remaining pol soned grains and destroy them Hero Is the rcclpo for tho stuff Mix A drachm of trycinla with three quarts of boiling water Let the mixture boll until tho poison Is dis solved Put enough wheat Into the Dolsoned water to absorb It then put the mixture aside for tg hours The wheat will ho found to havo swollen greatly Spread It over tho bottom pt- a jmn and place it in an oven to dry but be sure It does not scorch Tho sparrows will like wheat prepared In this way There Is no cruelty In their killing Death Is swift and painless After having killed your sparrows got ready to welcome your friends of tho spring Tho purple martin Prague subls Is a housebuilding bird and something of his habits have boon told before II you have a good sized yard put your box on n polo about 2G foot high If It bo necessary to go aloft for a silo raise tho houso about four feet above the roof You may provide as many apartments In your martin house as you wish Tho bird live In colonies and as n maltor of tact with tho mar tin It acorns to bo u case of tho more Itbo merrier Have each compartment about seven Inches front front to roar nt least six inches high and flvo Inches In width The entrance hole prefer ably should bo mado midway between tho top and bottom of tho front and It should bo nbout tho alto of a silver half dollar Persons who havo yard room and sonic shrubbery can got the wren and the bluebird as neighbors If they will make a llttlo preparation tar thorn Tho wren will noet In almost any kind of box but of course he likes to hate things well arranged A small keg such as anchovies are oomellmca packed In makes n good wren homo A wren In a mite of a creature but ha likes considerable room and his apart mont should bo lightly larger than that provided for tho martin Do not expect however two pairs of wrens to live In the same box oven though It bo divided Into compartments They wont or It they do theyll bo so busy lighting that theyll forgot to lay eggs Make tho entrance bolo Into the wren home midway between the top and bottom of ono end of tho box el keg Mako It exactly the sizo of a silver quarter If you do this tho wren Is safe from the attack of tbo blue bird and English sparrow perhaps for his hdnio The bird doesnt need lit and the perch affords a resting place for tho English sparrow who can get his head through tho entrance and ilo some mil bigtocessant music dont Invite tho wrea to be a neighbor Ho will sing from 3 a m to S p m all throiith tho nest nightIsanylongerTho bluebird will bring bit of the butbidan ordinary starch box for a dwelling buildhimalargerdoltarabletohis cradle above your roof tree If you catch a glimpse of his livery of lItlydasthrow longthusat boughsPlant wolltrimmedcorner You can mako the rest of your yard so attractive that people will for Thebrush Inthethesethings yououtconditions prevail they will como back each spring with the south wind and sing at your window L BRYAN IS NOTIFIED OFUIS NOMINATION REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS ALIKE UNITE iN THE RECEPTION 0 on GREATEST DAY IN HISTORY OF NEBRASKA CAPITAL Clayton of Alabama Made Notification SpeechImmediately After the Speeches a Reception To the Two Candidate Was Held Lincoln Aug 12As gently an pos alblo considering that some 20000 people were concerned In breaking the tews Win J Bryan was Wednesday Informed that bo Is a candidate for the presidency of the United States IK did not decline to be It This Is tho greatest day In tho tile tory of the Nebraska cnpltal In fore most citizens Hopubllcans arid Demo crats alike united In tho reception to Bryan Wednesday in the midst of men and women who sent him to tho halls of congress to raise his voice for heir interests William Jennings Bryan wee G commissioned to lead tho hosts tt the party of Jefferson Jackson and Clove land All states rejoiced with No brnskn There was no mistaking tho satis faction that every citizen of Nebraska without regard to political nlllllatlons Tell ovor tho honor paid Bryan here Grouped on a broad platform beside tho capitol building were Republican end Democrat alike the Republican elate officials brushing elbows with the Democratic chieftains all wearing nmllcs of appreciation Before tho flrat streaks of dawn there was bustle on the streets Work men woro busy trying to repair the rtvnRcs of tho rain of Tuesday night which had left tho bunting In a bwlrng Bled condition Bryan remained at his homo during the early hours He woe In consult lionel with National Chairman No- m B Mack and other party leaders and had requested that ho be permit td to remain at his residence until the latest possible moment Every arrangement bad been made by Mayor Drown end Iho committee on arrangements to care for the crowds There wag but little confusion More than 100 extra police had been sworn In Tho men women and children who blocked tho streets woro unusuallj good natured and responded readily to tho BUggcstlons of the guardians of thi peace The members of the committee on notification woro tho gticiU dfLln1 colna Commercial club at breakfast at Lincoln hotel Shortly afterward Bryan and Kern arrlvtd at the Lincoln hotel and hold an impromptu recep lion It had been decided that there Would bo no parade of marching clubs Tho candidates and the committee however proceeded In a body to the capitol grounds Tho entire pollco force of tho city mounted led tho way In behind came the Nnbraska slnlo band itlcconrslnff patriotic nlrs while following thorn came Marshal K M Wostcrvolt and n score of mounted aides all starling big purple badges from which dangled pictures of tho DoT Orator of tho PUtle Then camo the candidates Boated In tho third cartage their heads un covered for tho most time in recog nition of the continuous applause wlih vrblch their appearance was greeted Wero tho Democratic candidates far president and vice president W J Bryan and John Worth Kern Chair roan of tho National Committee Norman E Mack of Buffalo and Con gressman Henry D Clayton of Ala Lame Tho delegation proceeded through tilt principal streets of tho city to the capitol grounds There tho procession halted while tho members of Iho com mittee alighted and pasted through the north entrance Into the building thin mayor lending tho way with National Chairman Mack and the candldntci Immediately behindl rational Chairman Norman E Mack called tho meeting to order Ho re ferred to the importance of the oco Elon nnd Introduced Rev Father Nn gent who offered the Invocation Q Chairmen bt Iho Committee Henry D Clayton was then Introduced and mad 1ho notification speech Bryan listened attentively to the notification speech and at once began Mt reply Immediately after tire speeches to ccptlon to the two candidates wet held in the capitol building The stood side by side and shook hands with thousands of politicians whit were Introduced to them by Mcyoi Brown and the members of tho corn tnlttco on arrangements Whoa the reception was terminated the mem bers of the committee Mayor Drown the governor and a number of Invited guests went to tho Dryan home at Fairview whore they were the guests of the Bryans Cyclist Hurt tfatemon N J Ads l3Dol Schultz the professional motor cyclist was hurled from Ins machine and badly injured at tbo start of a thrco mile race Wednesday In the dittos stadium Error Killed Four Sonderbury Germany Aug 18 Four sallow of the German navy veers drowned here in a man oferbmro drill through a mistake In the transmUcJoQ of an order oa ttcruiser Uudlnt THE HORN FLY A GREAT PEST TO DAIRY CATTLE Early and Persistent Efforts Will Succeed in Giving Relief Considerable anxiety is always evi denced by stock owners especially dairymen concerning the sudden an nun appearance upon their cattle of enormous numbers of a small blackish fly which Irritates tho animals to much with Id bite and disturbs them so constantly that they fall off rapidly both In flesh and yield of milk This horn fly Is a European pest which was first brought to tho notice of the Un ted States division of entomology In September 1877 and was probably imported with cattle from Europe whore It has been known since 1830 Prof J H Smith of New Jersey worked out Its life history and pub lished an account of his work in bul letin C2 of the New Jersey agricultural experiment station In 1890 One of our Illustrations shows thin pest muh enlarged in all its different stages of egg maggot PUPA case and How the Horn Fly Collects on Horn of the Animal perfect Insect Our other Illustration shows tho peculiar habit this Insect inns of telling In largo numbers on the base of the horns which has given rise to Its peculiar name Both of those figures are after those used by tho entomologist of United States in an article In trisect life Vol II pogo 88 103 In annual reports for 18E9 and 1890 Tho appoar nco of this fly Into Ccn ada was first noticed near Osbawa Ont In 1902 In all cases since then when the fly has become general all over America farmers have come to bo thoroughly aroused and to appreci ate the losses they suffer by neglect ing this pest Exaggerated statements of louses and Injuries to tho animals which are quite Impossible have re coiled free and extensive circulation Cow have been said to have been actually killed by the files which tome allege lay their eggs either on the horns Into which the maggots bur row and then penetrate the brain or In holes which they oat through the hide lay eggs thorvln which bnlch out In largo numbers and proceed with their boring operations until the vital punts of tine cow are touched and death onsut None of these statements are founded on tact The eggs In the first place are laid I bLARVAIITIII1singly on tho freshly dropped dung of cattle chiefly during the warts hours of tho day They are onetwentieth of an inch In length brown In color and are not easily seen when laid The young maggots hatch from the eggs In teas than 24 hours and at once burrow a short distance beneath the sur face of tho dung Hero they remain until full grown feeding on the liquid portions of lire manure This Is their only food and all stories about their boring Into tho horns etc are untrue When the maggots are fullgrown which takes about a week they are threeeighths of an Inch In length shaped ns shown in b and are a dirty white color They descend a short die tance Into tho ground to pupate and tho dark brown pupacases are one eighth of an Inch in length During the hot weather of summer the pupal slate lasts only four or five days but the last brood passes tho winter In this condition a short distance beneath the surface of the ground and the lea emerge in the spring The perfect insect d male Is shaped much like the common cattle fly Stomoxys calcl trams or the house fly but it it smaller being only onesixteenth of an Inch In length or about onethird the size of these Insects The head con lilts almost entirely of the darkred slivery edged eyes but bears on Its lower surface the black daggershaped tongue which Is the cause of so mush torture to cattle Tho flies form a more or less corn pleto ring around the horn extending sometimes from two to four inches from the base of the horn toward the tip as shown The clustering on the horns seems to be peculiar to this species The horn fly does not bite horses and other hnnllut seems to confine its ct tack on cattle No Injury results from this habit of clustering around tho horn The files merely resort to the horn as a resting place from which they cannot easily be dislodged by the animal They also congregate on the neck and on the base of the tall Some animals are more susceptible to the tortures of this pest than others according to their temperament and texture of their skins While feeding the files work their way down through the hairs so as to reach the skin of their victim but they quickly take flight at the slightest disturbance The bites seem to produce great Irri tatlon and sores are frequently formed on the bodies of the animals by their rubbing themselves again it trees and other objeots or by Hiking bitten places where the Irritation cannot bo allayed by rubbing as Inside the thighs and around the udt er Successive broods follow each other rapidly throughout tho summer Two weeks Is about the time required from the laying of tho egg to tho appearance of tho fly and there Is usually time In the summer months for as many as eight generations or broods This rapidity of development accounts for the flies appearing In such largo numbers Tho appearance of this Insect has been a great curse to cattle own ers no much so that the tormented animals fall oft in condition very much and tho yield of milk Is reduced IqI some Instances from onethird to on halt There are however several aim plo remedies which will If attended to greatly reduce the loss to say nothing of the hundreds of advertised remedies which are being sold at very mod orate prices All accounts agree that the fly in creases much more rapidly early In tho season than later in tho year This shows the advantage of being prepared before the post appears with the nec eeiary materials and beginning prompt work so as to destroy as many as pos sible before breeding commences PreventiveTo quote from the United States entomologists Messrs Riley and Howard Almost any greasy substance will keep the flies away for several days A number of experiments were tried In tho field with the result that trainoil alone and trainoil with a little sul phur or carbolic acid added will keep tho flies away for from five to six days while with a small proportion of carbolic acid It will have a healing effect upon soroa which may have formed Common axlogreasc will an swer nearly as well and the substance has been successful and extensively used by a large stockdealer in Vir glom Tallow has also been used tc good advantage The practice ol smearing tho horns with pine or coal I tar simply repels them from these pert Train oil or fish oil seems to be more lasting In its effects than any other of tho substances used A cheap and efficacious remedy sug gested by Hoards Dairyman and which in tho long run will be found to bo the best is kerosene emulsion Tho emulsion consists simply of a mix ture of soap suds with twice the quantity of ordinary coal oil made as followsKerosene coal oil two quarts rain water one quart soap two ouncesBoll the soap In Ito water till all is dissolved then while boiling hot turn It Into tho kerosene and churn It con scantly and forcibly with a syringe ot force pump for five minutes when It will be of a smooth creamy nature jellrlikeslon which must be diluted before us ing with nine times its measure that la 27 quarts of water It will be found to mix more easily if done at once bo fore it cools This makes 30 quart of the mixture ready for use This may bo applied to the animals by moans of a sponge or what Is certain ly more convenient a force pump and spray nozzle One application often lasts two or three days Where c small number of cattlo only are kept the hand sprayer answers well enough Handle Incubator Rlgl1tAn Incubator often gets a lot of blame tha should go to the operator When I machine Is regulated wrong It will g wrong Oyster ShellforDucksThera should be a trough of cracked oyster shells In the duck yard at all Umes o 1IIi DAVID SPARES SAULS LIFE Sanity School Lenses for Aif 30 1008 Specially Arranged for This Paper SCRIPTURE TKXTt Samuel MITS rteiiil entire chapter Memory verse 21 OOIDEN TEXTLove your enemies do good to them that hate youLuke t1JT1MB Some time during the seven years of exile before he came to be king D C 108MOS5 Uwher or 10241017 PLACE The wilderness of Judea In eluding Moon Carmel the lilll llachltah and tho wilderness of Zlph all from four to eight miles south and cut of Hebron the cave of Adullam southwest of Jeru salem about two miles from Elah where David conquered Oollalh and Engedl a wUdernera west Of the Dead sea and bordering upon It Sauls capital was at Ulbcah about flve miles north of Jerusa lemSamuel died about this time at Ramah aged M David was between 25 and 30 years oM and an exile Comment and Suggestive Thought Lessons David Learned Hard as theso years of exile were for David to bear yet they were most fruitful years to him as his apprenticeship for the kingdom In them ho found what Hugh Miller called his schools and schoolmasters 1 Tho exile experiences preserved him from tho dangers to which ins sudden elevation to power and popu larity would expose hm Ho learned his weakness and his need of divine help 2 Ho learned entire trust In God un der all circumstances the value and necessity of religion This led to tho marvelous development of religious In stitutions and of the service of song under iris administration 3 lie had the best opportunities for becoming acquainted with the people their grievances under Saul their needs their dispositions and tenden cies He understood their spiritual as well as their temporal wants His own weaknesses In yielding to the tempta tion to falsehood and to despondency and Unbelief would help him to un derstand the people 4 He had practice In the art of governing D Ho gained experience in war fi Ho obtained a knowledge of the country and of Its enemies 7 In this school of fighting men were trained those generals and wise strategists who In the golden days of Davids rule commanded his armies and raised Israel from tho obscurity of an Arab tribe who with difficulty held their own among the ancient Canaanltes to the position of ono of the great nations of the old eastern world Elllcott 8 Many of his sweetest songs were wrought out by this long and hard ex perience for the comfort and hope not only of his own people but for Gods children In all ages for while they grew out of hardship and wrongs they were songs of victory of light shin Ing out of darkness roses growing out of black soil 9 In spite of his few lapses from faith and perfect truth he grew In character and manhood he became strong in faith and virtue large hearted wrlse and consecrated to God Victory Over Himself 1 Samuel 26 The Two Accounts There are two accounts of Davids sparing Sauls life ono In 1 Samuel 26 our lesson verses for today and one in 1 Samuel 24 The scenes of the events were in the samo general region Sauls army was In both cases his select band of 3000 BO that some scholars think that the two accounts are descriptions of tho same event But they are so different as to make this very Improbable nnd it Is perfectly natural that such an event should occur moro than once David and Ablshal quietly stole into Sauls camp and took away his spear probably of beautiful and costly workmanship as became a king and the cruso or pitcher of water which Is usually In warm climates kept near a persons couch as a draught in the night time Is found very refreshing Sauln cruse would probably be of su perior materials or more richly orna mented than common ones and there fore by its size or form be easily dis tinguished Cambridge Bible Then the two men went to another hill over against tho one where Saul was encnmpedt and shouted to Sauls general Abner deriding him for his negligence Saul recognized Davids voice and they talked together V 19 It the lord have stirred thee up as a punishment to David for some wrong Saying Go serve other gods go Into heathen lands and away from all religious services of JehovahSaul repented and departed David accepted his profession of friendship but he was too wlso to put himself in Sauls power He well knew that his changed opinion was like the early dew which soon passeth away Thus David gained his great victory over himself a greater than his fa mous victory over Goliath He that ruleth his own spirit is greater than ho that taketh a city Selfpreser ration is tho first law of nature but It Is not the first law of God who is above nature We may not In anywise transgress Gods law In seeking safetyOvercome Evil with Good To fight evil with evil Is simply to make two evils Instead of one And both evils are Increased by tho processesGood tbo only power that can con quer evil Even It it fails the good Is strength ened and Increased by the effort and therefore the proportion of good to evil Is increased Like kindles like as fire kindles fire The tendency of good Is to awaken the good in Other souls Tho true way to overcome evil ts to melt It by fiery coals of gentleness ro n 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of till Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states 1 Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetics and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Blblw Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Freo text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Kara 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 lifeICHOICE 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 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 few ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Geav man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necca 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 Beren 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 ho pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Uerea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to tho SecretarY before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best butt as students must attend classes regardless of the weather worm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights waah+ Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring GO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and la returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for core of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle oD term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 29SOln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 946 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced ns follows On board In full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week i- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any onset mired fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when ho returns provided it IB within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and aro aolLy started In school It pays to stay as long aa possible The first day of Spring term Is March 26 1908 The first day of Fan term is September 16 1908 d i For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA Y That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men mid boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that ia worth more to the moan tain 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 L ITHE HOSE I Some Seasonable Recipes GRATE JUICE Fruit juices make most delightful and refreshing drinks and grape Juice Is especially nourishing and refreshing- To prepare it pick ripe grapes from tho stem wash and crush well Put over the fire and heat thoroly so the juice wilt flow freely from the grapes Do not boll hard or for a long time or tho flavor will bo in Juicd A little water may be added to start the fruit to cooking but itthePuce is richer and the flavor better without Drain the juice from the grapes thru a jelly bag Allow one cup of sugar to five cups of juice bring tow a boll skin well and boll ten min utes Bottle while hot and seal tlchtly with sealing wax poured over the cork If the grapes are not very ripe mote sugar may bo used RHUBARB JUICE Perhaps next to grape juice rhuliard juice is the most healthful nnd refreshing of CORRESPONDENCEContinued week J A Evans J R Evans Clark Wilson W N Hughes and Miss Liza Ambrose are at the Fair at Korea this week Andy Flaney had a fine mare to fall over a cliff but is still living The Hickory Flat school is doing good work with Geo Mooro as teacher Willie Bowman and wife parted last week There stems to be no trouble only that Mr Bowman wanted to move to Island Creek and his wife would not go with blmWe learn that Dr J A Mbhatfey Is to be a candidate in Owsley County for County Judge After a long while we had a good rain Tuesday which will do much good to the growing cropsLuther Wilson of London was visiting J D Pieraou this week Singing school at Canons Chapel will close tomo- rrowJ A Hunter will begin teach lag a singing school next Sunday at the Judd school house near Gray Hawk1 W G Crank has a contract to raise coal for Levi Couch James Moore and crew have been doing some good work on our roads Ie Kim McKce August 17 Today was County Court day and a large crowd WIlL In town There were but few men that showed any signs of hav iog taken any liquor The Commit tee ot the Republican party met here today and issued a call for a Republican primary to be held on the lath duy of April 190D for the pur PVfcb of nominating Republican cane didates to be voted at the regular lection in November 1909H C Baldwin vacated his office of Secre tary of the Committee temporarily on account of his candidacy for County ettorneyC E Smith resigned as Precinct Commltecmau In McKee Dis trict No 1 He is a candidate for Maglslrale Tho trustees of Educa tional Division No 1 were rnled together by Supt Minter In McKee last Saturday and elected D B Morris Chairman and Wm Morris Secretary Educational Division No 2 was organized at Mt Gilead school house last Friday evening by electing R L Reynolds of Tyner Chairman and C A Minter of Greenhall Secretary WHITLEY COUNTY conniN- Corbln August 10Mr C J Jones lost his residence by tire last Fri day morning about 330 oclock Ev ery thing he had burned but a machine and sofa Anyone wanting to help Mr Jones will send to C J Jones Corbin Ky H F Dunagan has Just returned from Knox Fork where be has been holding a meeting for the past ten daysWe are hav- Ing lots of rain for tho past few days and have a very good tide in Llndcamp creek Jess Wilder has a- li fine lot of water melons Laura Wilder who has been so low is able to be out again Ed Umfleat who has been to Wlnsburg has come back homeCorn crops are fine in this part Rev H F Dunagan will preach at Gray Hawk tho fourth Sunday in August Willlo Dunagan and some ot his friends are thinking of joining the army RESOLUTIONS The following resolutions were ad- Opted by the Jackson County Institute We the teachers of Jackson Coun ty in convention assembled submit the following Resolved first We endorse tho r call ot this Institute by our excellent and proficient Superintendent ands extend our sincere thanks to the 1i iHlzoas of this town for their hos pitable kindness to us and interest VianifoRted in our YO lt Second We nypreolate the pres ence of our rlontls Profs Calfco and Yoden who have been a source of in drinks It is prepared in the same I way but requires moro sugar about one cup to four ot juice GRAPE MARMALADE Cover with coldwater the fruit left In tho jel ly bag after draining away the fruit Let it come to a boll then work thru a colander or coarse slave Measure the pulp and to each four cups add two cups of sugar and tho juice ot two lemons Boll down un til thick then can in a selfsealing can or put away like Jelly GRAPE CATSUP Prepare tho gi apes as for marmalade To tach four cups of pulp add two cups of sugar l4 cup of vinegar two teaspoonfuls of ground cinnamon one teatpoonful ot allspice and teal spoonful of cloves the spices tied In a cloth Cook until like thick cream then boll like grape juice This is nice to eat with cold meats VENISON JELLY Use wild grapes land prepare like grape catsup pplralon by their many kind and helpful suggestions rud talks upon the many difficulties wo meet wit In olr school work Third We are grateful Indeed to Prof R M Shipp for the cffeetlv rsanner In which ho has performed his duties as Instructor of our institute Fourth We heartily approve Jr earnosl and honest efforts ot 60 muny of our fellow citizens to bet ter the conditions of our public schools to raise tile standard of od uoallon to place a just distinction up on that most honorable profeaelon I aching and a Just recognition cf the teachers as one of the most val liable and lndlsp ns blo servants cC the Commonwealth Lee J Webb John Davis Go Sparks STATE NEWS Coattnutd from Ant pale ber to come back and stand a trial for complicity in the murder of Wm Goebel A statement to that effect was recently made in a Loulsvlll paperBOY BURGLARS CAUGHT The CoIrubbers were frightened away just as they wire in the act of entering the money drawer which contained 100 The police followed tho burglars and arrested them two twelve year old colored boys They took several buggy whips which were found In their possession BREATH1TT COUNTY COURT The Breathltt County Circuit Court 10 now holding the largest and most crowded session of any Circuit Court in Eastern Kentucky The Common wealths Attorney Kelly Kash is die posing of all cases ho can The mur der charge against Beech Hargis Is almost certain to be tried SPOKE MEN MEET Twenty five spoke manufacturers met in Louisville last Thuisday In quarterly convention They represented 46 nmnufacturles of the South None of the parties would talk about the KcetlnR but It la believed that they Intend to raise the price of their product thruout the South FAIMERS ARRESTED Jerry btrr a prosperous farmer of Clark County was arresed on a warrant from Montgomery County charging tim with being Implicated in the burning of the barn of Albert Reed 3D Donaldson Creek PRESIDENT PATTERSON Prco la K Patterson of the State Unit ersv had n short talk with Attor ney General Breathltt Thursday and Ited tn him several decisions show- Ing that the 200000 appropriation for the State University was constitutional The attorneygenerals do lslo I q not yet given- OBITUARY Last Wednesday morning a nearest hid dearest father and brother Mr T L Munday passed from this winery t earth to that sunny realm where oily peace and happiness are known 1ft was the son of Mr nnd Mrs Vice Munday who departed this Jlif wbtn he was but a little boy- He was a Christian man and loved by all who know him He leaves a vSfe two children one sister and two brothers and many friends to mourn hIs loss His life was Just bloom CR as he was twentynine years of a6 His remains wore laid to rest fit tho Richmond cemetery Thursday C ft moon God has never taken from our midst any better than he but wo Itel our brother is not dead but keps Tho FoolNay I will ask thee a quesjtlomaw a tiring at Itfuck- T I c y RACE WAR Conflict between Whites and BlackI at Springfield III It seems a strange decree ot Prow Idenco that Springfield 111 tile home of Lincoln the great emancipator should become an armed camp be cause the citizens gave vent last week to the hatred borne the race the Abraham Lincoln declared free A nice war causing eight deaths nnd nearly a hundred serious Injuries has ouly been stopped there by 6000 sol diets A man loaned his motor enr to the sheriff to take away from a Slilngfiold mob a negro charged wit pscaulllng a woman Because of this the mob burned tho mans house brutally murdered an old Innocent negro who was respected by boil white and black burned and looter hundreds ot negro homes and at tacked any colored man woman or hUd It could see The negroes showed fight when attacked by kill ing one man and wounding severs more This act aroused the whole country and tho city began to fill with the mob and to march to tin negro quarters and set flro to their houses Troops were quickly rushei to the scone from Bloomington Dcoa tur and Chicago and tire Governor declare the city under martial law Negroes left town on foot In carriage i n the trains and any other way they could get away Largo numbers of them wont Into adjoining towns and tried to get reinforcements to gx beck to Springfield and fight It out More than forty negro houses were burned and the Inmates driven fron town The country is now swarming with vagrants and other sections are in danger because of tho crime that d liable to result from desperation lint deaths have thus far resulted and several peoplo are In a critical condition Gav Deneen has issued six proc lamations offering rewards aggregat- Ing 1200 for the arrest of any rl tire murderers of the riot victims The spirit ot hatred bat been grow lag lu Springfield for more than II your The proportion ot negroes has been steadily Increasing and the city ticw has a black population of more than 3100 This outbreak proves again that the negro problem does not belong alono to tho South but that race prejudice In wide spread among tho lower classes and is like ly to be fanned to crime anywhere Juit 01 it is disgraceful for negroes to be burned at the stake in Kentuo ky or Georgia so it it a disgrace for the white race to resort to barbaric method in Illinois to satiety the burn Ing passions of a diseased state of mind Eugene W Chafin Prohibition can didate for President was delivering an address on the Capitol Square at the most heated point of the affair a negro chased by the mob ran toward the stand and the speaker while cn dtavorlng to save him was struck on the head with a brick Though the mob spirit is still high not much trouble Is feared as the soldiers will remain encamped on the grounds un til the storm will have abated Coy Dciieen is making every effort to restore peace and there seems no doubt that the leaderr In the viol ence will suffer the full weight t the law KENTUCKYS COAL OUTPUT In a preliminary statement given to tin press by the United States Geological Survey early in tho year it was estimated that the coal pro duction of Kentucky for 1907 had in creased 10 per cent above the pro ducto of 1908 The output of coal In Eastern Kentucky in 1907 was 10000000 tone having a spot val ue off11000000 The statistics show a gain of more than 1000000 tons h quantity and more than 11000000 in value Tho coal mines of Kenutcky in 1907 gave employment to 16970 men sr 1000 more men than the year be fore Over two thirds of tho mines MO operated on the open shop ir nonunion basis There is less trouble in the Kentucky fields than my other mining district In the Unl 3 1 States of equal size Kentuckys coal product Is drawn from two tf ho great coal fields of tho country and It la the only Stato which Is thus favored The coal beds of the great Appalachian system underlie the Mittern counties of the State extending cntlrley across It in a north mst aud southwest direction Tho oral area underlain by coalbearing Ve ks in Eastern Kentucky is csti noted at 10270 square miles and hat in tho western part of the tote at 6400 square mllos Up till 907 the western part of tho fctato iroducid moro than half the output but judging from the recent dovel tyemojils in Johnson and Pike Coun lea the eastern district will soon ixcced the western Tho people who lye In the mountains or at least in the coal district should bo awake to the fact that they nro surrounded 111 thu greatest wealth in the Stat nnd should devise qomeplan to get hold of it and so keep the bulk of- It in the State Tako for cxaaplc T lIon John C C Mayo ot Palntsvllle who la now a millionaire havIng made practically nil of It In his own and adjoining counties lie Is build Ing up his town by erecting a col loge and making needed improvements If ho had sat down and let some stranger tako hold ho would have been out of the game now Ihofo living in a mining district Mould not bo too eager to sell out and move away for thoy aro leaving a fortune Berea College opens September 16 and has something good for every Itt dent Collegiate Academy Normal Ir duttrlal Model School Muslo am Buslreus departments You will nov er forgive yourself It you roles tie chance of knowing Bereas teacher and students and improving tho tal auto that aro undeveloped wlthli you Education is possible for klt resouto young people at Borea and tho time to start In for education Is now For information and friendly advice address Will C Gamble Berea- Ky GOOD PHILOSOPHY I believe la- THE VALUE OF FRIENDSHIP TO MANThe law of brotherly kindness and friendship Is the principle that leads me to govern all my dealings with II brother man In the spirit of true kindness and fairness so that lIB partied to any contract In business orI In our conduct toward each other la morals and habits wo two could exI change places with no injustice to either My greatest possession In life on eternity Is tho friendship of God and menFriendship is wealth and It Is a putter crime to rob a brother man of friendship and good will of his raichbui than to steal his money The friendship and good will of a follow run Is worth more to mo than any cf lite property gotten from him by unfair dealing It is a crime for any person In the interests of his own narrow too tarlnnltm either in religion or poplin In turn ono neighbor against another and thus divide a community As wtlll may one Christian church rot bother of Ita property as of its members and workers- It t bettor to win the friendship of a neighbor or a nation by fol lowing tho Golden Rule than to conquer olther ot these by the prln lpl of BeUMtnoM or the science of war I believe In MY DUTY TO TIlE YOUNG As certainly as children learn to speak the language ot their parents and others about them so surely will the older persons ot tho pros ent shape the morals and habits of the ojinlng generation It ii a great crime for mo to corrupt the mind of a child with vice or bad habits act to injure his body DI take his life I have no right to teach a child my narrow selfish bigoted or ex ilualvo tenet or creed either In polities or religion because I believe It myselfIt teaching of any system of religion or politics conflicts with the liighert welfare of the youth of our Muntr my first duty Is to the roung and tho future good of my ountry rather than to any ono hurch or party In seeking my pleasures I have no right to hire or encourage any young person to do what wuld dls Jtrae a member of my own family to loI owe the young people abouq mo Ihe best example sad teaching I have a chance to know In my moth I vds of business or ways of amusement 1 cannot measure my conduct simply by its effect on myself the true test of my life Is my influence on these younger citizens 7 believe In SERVICE TO MY FELLOW MEN AND MY COUNTRY For tho sake of justice to the pprBud and for the good of hu nanlty it Is my right and duty to expose and condemn any fraud or kcoption practiced on my brother nun by any person or church or pol- Itical party I owo my country and fellow men ho best character I can build and the best service I can render in tho store of righteousness and justice- I have no right to bo selfishly Idle ivory Intelligent person Is as much owed to bo useful to his country as the owner of property is to pay axes to support the government I owe my fellow men tho use of al1 the money I can spare beyond my own moderate personal and tam Iy needs I hove no right to weaken my rower nor snake myself offensive to others by the indulgence of any njurlons drug or habit My first duty is not to servo myself but to 11 a useful to God and tho world Albtbrt E Smith focrtSry of the Good llama Lwgu vIAIL ORDER ORIGIN System Grew Out of Failure of Granges Business End MIDDLEMAN IS ELIMINATED When the Grange Stores Quit a Sup ply Agent Continued This Idea on the Catalogue Plan Immense Growl From Small Beginnings Tbo story of the rise of the so cnlle d mall order business is nn Intorostln chapter In our commercial htstorj The spread of tho craze for It must be clawed as such resembles that oC nn ordinary epidemic against which no precaution Is taken The disease has until very recently been allowed to spread without oven quarantine rrgti latlons But from present Indication its decline will bo as rapid as was Its riseTho ilea of selecting goods from a catalog containing pictures of the ar tidies sad then ordering tho article thus RoIectiMl by mall wag tho three result of tho failure of the busluos end of the grange movement Ibo grange store writes Richard A lined in Maxwells TaHtniwu Not so many your ago hut bofer tho telephone tho rural routes nnd the Interurban otectrtc lines heel brough tho town and the farm Into tho pronon close relations there existed in tho rural communities an active prujutllci against townsfolk generally and the ro tall merchant In particular lie tvai- a mlddloman and wholly uaneco sary He was looked upon as abu man dreno a uonproduccr and as sucl not entitled to say fixed place in tit economic schwuo of cirlllMtton As tho working boos every tall when the first frosts como to blight the flow ers cast tho drones from tho hive 10 the middleman was to bo cut out of the equation of trade eliminated from the problem and through the grange sten the farmer wotikl deal directly wilt tho manufacturer Millions of doUan wouhl ho thus saved to tho workers by this short nit acraM the commercta field The grade tore woukl hey tie produce of the farm and In turn soil to tho farmer the ewnmtiaU of life without profit o4lber gulag or eomlng In carrying out title simple schemi the KfHBito not belag acqmmted wilt the meramtllo bwtnoui omptojrei agents to tHiy goods for the grangi store awl the store was town run by i hired slaga teen of moro or less ox- pcrleseo In hawlltoK retail trade Uu who bad no Interoet In the buslaesa Ho was simply a hired toss Ono of these Mtfiply agento was Q firm the name of which sow stand second If not first among the eaUwRtt houses of today This arm if I aIR net mtoMken WM then located IH Mil waukee awl its btMluawi was to supply the grange Btorws of the middle wool with goedeto go Into the market and buy as cheaply M poMlblo for its grin clpfllsI a few yoara tko grange atom OourJ ked There was much interest manlfuHtod In this now trade toy It was boldly assorted that the day of tin middleman the retail merchant bw passed lint like all compllcatoil machines run by hired men It got out of order and thou stopped The bond ed farmers found that Instead of say log money by moan of the grange store they had actually lost money The grange stores were accordingly closed cud the stockholders chargeil up time little loss to experience and turned to tho ever Interesting dtucui slon ot tbo tariff on wheat With the passing of the grange store the Arm above referred to was left without a business But out of the wreck it saved two timings that proved to be most valuable a list of names of the farmers of the middle west end nn idea With this capital stock the first catalogue house was started It was a commercial Inspiration born Df the then conditions But the dlscov urcr was not left long in exclusive pos tension of this find The pickings were so rich and tho possibilities of ex ploitation BO exceptional sail wife that others entered tho field until now the competition lies become about as sharp as It Is In the retail trade Indeed the genulnoi utfooted by a young rival which itruts before the commercial world with a capital stock of 40000000 Vine Covered Buildings Thu tlmo was when tbo presence of railing vines on the exterior of build Ilngll was largely a reminder of ruins tho symbol of neglect Ivy wood duo and moss were alike voted to be ndlcatlvo of decoy limit a change has como over the spirit of our dreams In this respect as In many other mat ers Today n creeping vine attach lIng itself to a house or n block affords proofs of an aesthetic taste and the ctis tom has been largely adopted In some cities and towns of covering the walls lot buildings with a perennial vino ays the Clinton N Y Courier Even II hnicblo a plant as a morning glory Is fast rising In popular estimation Such adornments may servo a doublo purpose hiding defects In the structure as well as adding beauty to the exterior There Is nn Instance in Bt Louis where n skyscraper is thus dec rated Vine clad cottages aro a theme tor the pool and an Inspiration to the lalntor There Is ono objection to nch covering for woolen buildings In hat thor somotlmoa retain tho mols uro caused by rains but no criticism avails tho cane of brick building We have a few instances In Clintonanil ught to luivo more In which ivy has lecn successfully trained up two or hrco stories o THE MARKET Birea Prices Potatoes IrUt per bu120 Cabbage 2o per lb Peas 12340 per sal Honey ICc per lb Beans lie per gal Applos per bu GOo fcggs per dozen 12c flutter per Ib 1520c V Baron vet lb 12c lIam per lb12cL- ard per IblIo Chickens on foot per lb1c Corn 100 Oats GO- eWheat 95c per bu Millet J1CO pet bu- mLive Steck k i Loutavllle August 13 1903 Choice export steers 6 76 6 40 Choice bulehor steers 6 00 G 05 Common buteher steers 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher steers 3 GO 4 C- OCcmnon butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Choleo butcher heifers 4 00 4 26 Medium butcher heifers 3 60 4 00 I Comuun butcher heifers 3 00 3 S- OChoeo buteher cows 3 00 3 2fi I Medium butcher cows 2 76 3 25 SJ Common butcher cows 3 00 3 00 Canners 100 300 I Choice fat oxen 4 00 G 00 Medium oxen 100 4 00 I Choke bulls 3 00 4 00 Medium bulls 2 75 2 fO- i I Common bulls 2 00 2 10 Choice VCA calves 6 GO IS 09 Medium veal calves 3 SO 6 00 I Coraatun calves 2 GO 3 fO Good feeders 4 00 6 CO Medium feeders 3 10 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 4 00 i Choice heck steers 4 00 4 19 Medium stock steers 3 GO 4 00 Common etet sleera 3 00 3 fO Choice stock before 3 00 10- Medium stock bettors S SO 3 26 Common mixed stockers 2 GO 3 M i Choice mUck cows 35 00 45 C4 Medium mulch cows 26 00 30 00 Common milch cows II II 21 II I HOGS lee packers and butchers I 700 to 9W lbs 650 Medium jtfteVion ad butchers I 1M to MO lbs G K CbolM HW HIe 11M G rM Lllht pods 00 lie S 10 Light ahlMMn IMlflO Ibe G tli RovttlM 1W4M lUi 300 66- 9sirs CiMtee fat sheep 3 36 3 7i Medium sheep 2 10 3 21 ComiM ifeMt 108 220 t nun 1 SO 2 7C- Chooo lambs 6 10 Seconds 6 X Good buteber halt 400 600 Culls awl tall enle S 90 4 00 I MBS8 PORif11060 HAMS Cholco sugar cured light and special euro 1213c heavy to medium Uc- SHOUIDlAnSlOe per lb BACON CIlr rib sides 9tfc regular dear sldoa 8o breakfast bacon 14Hc sugar cured shoulders 9J4c 10eI cII EGGS Case count IRo per dotI candled He- DtrITEIt160 per lb POULTRY Spring chicken J8o to 20c hens 8tfc ducks old So turkeys 810a ducks young 13c WHLAT No 2 SOc No3 S8e CORN No 2 white Sic No 3 mixed 6le- OATSNew I No3 white COc No Q 3 mixed 680 ItYENo 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern 90a GOOD PRONUNCIATION The church choir who sings about iTho Constipated Crosseyed Dear has been distanced An Oklahoma j farmer promised to give U toward the preachers salary an soon as ho- sold hla calf but failed to como across with tho coin Ho happened to Lo Iin church n fow days later and the entitledIOn arriving homo ho told his wife that the congregation had insulted hltu by singing Tho Calf Has Never Vet Been SoldTho Central Ho ard Darned SciencetScience solves and la powerless before apparently sltnplo ones She discovers steam IK W or mid electricity mind bonds the forces of nature to our needs Nevertheless she cnnnot yet tell why tho acorn be come an oak why a stone falls to the ground Site Is full of whys that re main unanswered Paris Sclentfflquo Revue forbulldlugI the dlruo rnnj09 of wujtft ants- nod other insects +h4 The Porter Drug Co iHOOirOKATIo PHONE 12 BEREA KY HMMhM0011NO + ofeofseeofof o0ololpoNoloeooooooeooo8 Vicinityo i o o- o o 0 GATHRRHD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e- IsleoesoooobocoDealeaoloAoolloolo 0 ololoBoslo I DR BEST WDENTISTCITY YIIONE lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mr B IL Cartmoll has taken nick nun Is nt the hospital but It is in certain as to whether ho Is the typhoid takingI Dr P Cornelius left MOUlIB Loraln 0 where lite wife has been visiting for the post two woke Mis draco Cornelius left Monday for Lafoletto Tenn to spund two weeks with friends All peoplo In town who depend ou the College water for their supply must prepare to do without Sat u day before noon Fill up all your buckets Friday and use sparingly Saturday The series of meeting held at Wallactton at the Baptist ahureh by the Rev IL 1 Brandenburg ctosod Saturday with se oral new addition to the church Miss Gertrude Hulett has aoeepted K potlCtOft la the poet oKJee and be gun werk thore Monday Mr find Mrs P M Llvengood Ulna AiUt Ouopor and VIola Cltok were sight setting In RUhnwnd UK Fri day Mite Nottlo Oldham ot Conway was the guest of Mrs pert Coddlngtou tram Friday until Sunday Mr Gilbert Combs will speak at Ute OMigretintlonnl ehureh next Sab loath morning at 11 oelook and J 3- 1Coalls at 610 p n tho same day Ill ate Invited to attend Robert Xpenee teaching at iMla L Mrel County wrltai that ho hall H pupils and Iii enjoying his scjieol work vary much Ho says I work for nnoa Celleso all 1 omn I low tu see the boys and girls go there I have several to so for tho winter ermMr Fayetto Vaughn made a bus IMOSB trip to Mlllersbnrg Bourbon County lost week Ned MoIIono will lo at tho Rich mond and tho London Fairs taking mbeerlptlons for The CIUzcn and Oblleetliig old debts It would bo an beomrdatlon to him for all Interested In The Citizen to see him Mr end Mrs Carl Hunt had too misfortune to loso their Infant child Sunday night which was born Saturday night FOR SALEhouse and lot Cor liar Jackson and Elder Sts For par ticulars address me at DIsputanta Ky Mason Anglin Kugne Thomson left Monday for Ohautauqua N Y where he will spend the rest ot tba vacation A new Orphans Home Is to e vJlablltbcd In Borea Those desiring to aid the Institution will call on or tCdrosa W M Coldlron Berea ICy Berea College Is making great progress with Its Adjustment Fund which will enable It to establish Institution for colored studentsO Nuon In the central part cf the State Mr J M Early a traveling sales man In tho South was with homo folks last week l Mr and Mrs Will Haley havo been ti visiting In town again this week G Jf Treadway was In Cincinnati the flMt of last week on business About twentyono young people en joyed n hay rldo around tho Dig Horn last Thursday night Mr W II Porter was detained from business last week on account tt a poisoned arm Mrr Nora Fowler Smith and hus band of Corbin wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs J W Fowler last week AVIl Griffin was In town part of wekfFloyo and Hazel Blazer of Orecntlold 0 havo boon for tho past two weeks tho pleasant guests ot theft aunt Mrs Bert Coddlngton Misses Sudlo nnd Sally Ixwon are visiting at Brassflcld Mr and Mrs J W Evans had na theIr uiesta last week Mr Evans brother nnd wlfa of Hamilton O Everett Aileron of Richmond visit SallloAdmsMrz Ada Cooper arrived Wednesday for a visit with hnr sister Mrs F M Ltvengood o wwr Misses Flora Combs and Lorona Howard entertained a number of their friends at their homo Saturday evening It S Ambrose ot DIg Hill was a business visitor hero Monday Mr T L Harrison of Malt County Kentucky was visiting Borea last week contemplating locating near Boroo PUBLIC AUCTION Any one having horse cattle or any other property which they wish to sell bring to Berea Saturday after noon August 22 and 1 will sell it at auction Charges reasonableW ProwltU W T Moore Is having fine sue CCM with George Black his Middle horse Ho won In tho walking ring at the Lancaster nnd Berea Fairs Mid go i six ties at tho Brodhead Fair last wick Adalbert McKay called In Boren last Saturday on his way from Knox vlllc to his homo In Ohio Business Is flourishing In at tko present time The side wn1ksI are prograMlng and the vanning factory toe Marled For rent nice six room residence on Jaekeon St Call on or address B F COY L13 Boron Ky Mrs G II IIU1 was very tick last week FOR SALE MO sores of good land well water cl It Bd tlmbfciid and containing dwUlng houw end out buildings Call on lr address J V Rowlett Sturgeon Owslcy Ky Mr T P Guinn Lao beNt lit thW week Mr 9U tty Frost returned Sunday truss a five days trip in the mountains Prat sad Mrs Rain returned from CiMimtttl Monday MtoM Pearl Cain and Bertha Snider of Jeffersonville Ind have re turned after a two weeks visit In Berea Miss Grant Maupin who was report ed very low Is some better Mr James Balltnger dropped rn the strict Monday evening apparently dead It proved that bt was an epi leptic and was subject to such spells seaoeRSoeaetteCDOOlDeCollege i a o HERE AND THERE o n 0080000000Pres 20th or 21st ot August tor Boston Then he will return to Chautauqua tho 3rd or 4th ot September and from them he will come to Berea Mrs F Bell church missionary for Ninth SU Baptist Church Cin cinnati la visiting Berets Hon Luther Parker retired capital ist of Cincinnati Is visiting Berea Rev D McDonald ol Danville Ky Evnodlal missionary and one of tho l ndlnp pienchora of tho Presbyterian church will speak at tho Union church Sunday morning Mr McDonald has olmrgo of school under tho Presbyter Inn Board In Eastern Kentucky thero being nbout twenty under his care Mr Edward Roberts and family have returned from nn extended trip In the North nnd West Prof Rlgby Is spending a week nt Manchester and Hydon Hiram Fowler ot Estlll County is In Borea preparing to enter school this fall Rev John Hnrgot of Cincinnati pastor of Ninth St Baptist church jtrtnchcd at Narrow Gap Sunday morningRev and Mta John Horgot with their fan John Minor Mr and Mrs John Drake with their sons John end Duster Mrs Boll nnd Mr Luther Parker In company with Prof Marsh ppnnt Saturday and Sunday on Indian Fort Mountain Wr Francis Clark has returned tram a weoVa visit on the DIg Sandy River Rolpli PAtin Is upending the sum mer In Lornln 0and will bo in school this fall Groat improvements nro In prog ress nt Burns Lincoln Hall In now heated by steam and its walls haveI been refinished thruout Tho Boar I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need something good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE M 1R ratber Successor to Golftcn Grocery Compa- njIpbonc 184 froain Street Opposite Citfacn Office lug Department has been thoroly renovated The new Hospital will lo ready for ute in tho fall Tile Hotel Block II nearing completion More than sixty teachers are now engaged In the various departments DeroA College Is fortunate In re curing tho services ot Miss Mary Bacon A D graduate of Radcllff College She will teach German os sin Is a specialist in that workJOJ Mr and Mrs John Calfco aw well settled In their homo In the Clover Bottom Cabin on Jackson Street Mrs T A McGulro ot Louisville who Is visiting her daughter Mrs Mellon of Richmond was in Borea Wednesday looking thru the college Well Worth Reading ARK THE LETTERS TO TEXAS They arc full of good advice to young people and old and interesting to rood even It you dont need ad rice On the last page ot this number ct The Citizen and of the next two numbers DONT MISS THEM HAMILTON 0 LETTER Hamilton August 17The crops in Ohio nre much Improved by the re cent rains but crops will not bo fair owing to tho long drouth Tho Masons Knlatta of Pythias and Odd Fellows of Hamilton and Middle town will run An excursion to Springfield O next Sunday August SI to visit tho respective orphans IIGUHM at that place Caleb Powers lectured Saturday afternoon to the Hlltobora 0 Chautauqua Tho Rev- S B Hlloy pastor of tho First BtpUtt church and wife are spending their vacation In Philadelphia Penn and tt Dover Del this month Tho Rev Wosloy Hatcher pastor of tho Christian church or Hamilton loaves with hU wife for West Liberty ICy September 1 whore they will enter tiller new fields of Christian labor Her Arthur Cooper of Lebanon 0 preached at the First Baptist church Sunday morning nud evening A i special election was held in Hamilton Saturday August ID for tho pur pose of voting on tho question wheW er tho city should have a part com mlaeton or not Also whether 20000 worth ot bonds should be Issued for the purpose of extending the water worka system into newly annexed territory to tho cltyIt is reported that Judge K M Landis of Chicago who Imposed the 29000000 fine against the Standard 011 Co which was rejected by Judge Oroascup will speak in Hamilton some time during September FOR SALE Ono good farm of 55 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road 1miles from thriving little town of Panola U mill from good school and 3 mile from store Good well at door and good spring in yard Good orch ard ot 200 trees and finest garden In Estill County Good barn and all necessary outbuildings 18 acres tim ber part In grass All this with clear title for tho small amount ot 600 on cash For particulars write Sam Cox Punola Ky PUBLIC SALE Having decided to abandon farm ing and embark in other business I will 01- 1SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1908 on the promises offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder my farm containing 320 acres situated in Oar rard County Kentucky on the wat 1 ers of Sugar Creek adjoining the lands of H C Arnold about 25 miles from Lancaster and now occupied by my son Dave E Henry I will first offer tho land in three tracts Tract No1 will contain about 105 acres on which thero are two houses barn and two good orchards Tract No2 will contain nbout 115 ncres on which there are no improve irentB Tract No3 will contain JOO acres on which there Is a barn Af ter offering the three tracts sepa rately I will then otter the land as H whole nnd tho bid or bids roallz I I New Bargain for You EIGHT ROOMHOUSE House with eight rooms two hallways and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with good stock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five minutes walk of College Avery desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at once 1050 Sale good Title perfect I I REPRESENT THE j MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO- o Newark N Jwhich has paid policy holders 25000000000 I Policies absolutely nonforfeitable after first year The best is none too good for you and I have the best Call on or address HOLLIDAYL KentuckyI Everything for Ladies and Childrens WearI t When you buy from us you secure the best goods Mrs S R Baker or PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREETti EREAJ KENTUCKY Ii L tog the most money will be the bid considered Anyone desiring to look at tho land should call on Dave K Henry on tho premises who will show you the land Possession will bo given January 1 1909 At tho sametimeand place after tho sale ot land I will sell all of my farming implements of all kinds Also about 125 head of sheep 90 owes 3 fine bucks the balance lambs TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale Sale begins at ton oclock AM BOURNE Auctioneer JAS R HENRY Klrksvllle Ky THE PRINTERS TROUBLE Tho printer is much like the rest of mankind- In the matter of sorrows and joys And III meeting his troubles and trI- umphs youll find Ho docs like the rest of the boys Ho lays down his stake in tho gam bio for gold And with courage ho plays out his hand Though when luck Is against him his feat may get cold Or his reservoir run out of sand And thin It prosperity gives him a smile Ho will act as tho rest of us do Gilt all the enjoyment he can from his pile And demand what is Justly lila dui But theres one sort of trouble pe culiar to For what tho his present bo fair His future is shaded his prospect Is dimWith a cloud of impending despair For when all his affairs seem to be running right In every conceivable way Still theres trouble ahead for en Saturday night Theres always the devil to Jay- InkoloY ENTITLED TO THE BEST Zipping is admitted to be a bad habit but It Is firmly established A yiung fellow who took his best girl to supper felt that ho must conform to custom and handed out hIs coin with liberality so that no one In the restaurant was overlooked Af ter they had been swung thru the revolving door she said Did you give that man at tho door anything No Why He ought to have had the most Ile let us outSt Louis Republic AN ARMY CONTRACT In a street of Edlnburg a dusty sol dier went up to a little bootblack and told the boy to brush his boots and prllsh them well The lad looked at the big Scots gray and shouted blithely to another bootblack Haw Sadny come over an gto us a haundl with his hands curved around his mouth to form a speaking trumpet See whas hero wl me Ive got an army contract Ameri can Press Association NOTHING IN VAIN The poet dldd without knowing what he had bean treated for To starve vas till poor mans cne best guess 01 course he was in error Could hi have looked forward only a hun dred years or so and beheld the chti skates who should then be malt re a fat living writing about him he must have understood better Almost nothing Is created In vain Puck SMOKED MICE The first thing that strikes the traveler In Chin upon his entrance Into any ot tho many cities of tho Celestial empire is the strings of dried mice which hang from tha roofs of the houses suspended by their tails Just as sausages are hung In front ot butchers shops in France The Chinese hunt these mice with a long sharp pointed knife which they plunge Into the animals throats Then the mice ara suspended by the tails until tho blood bas dripped out when they are skinned drawn and crooked Exchange Herbert Spencers Hypochondria Always at the back ot his mind has tho worry about his health which was quite satisfactory After a spell of hard work ho writes Tho effect ot tho overexertion showed It self In depression ot spirits and a con stant feeling of dissatisfaction with IDj self and a moro than usual repe tition of the fear which I havo oc casionally felt for tho last four r five years that my mind was not so vigorous and acute or my memory so retentive as It wlSlhls when Spencer was twentyone and on tho road to philosophy Duncans Life ol SpEncer 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky L A Davis M De OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 = CENTER ST iS R BAKER DENTIST KYIncnote hen fren S l4CUr 1hu 1X3 Teeth extracted without paleaateefrtae ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky HYDE C I T IZ BANKEJTransacts a general banking business We invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small f 10 HYDEN KY Good Home in Berea For Sale A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse 100 chickens Must be seen to bo appreciated A bargain if taken nt once For par ticulars see M L SpInk Berea Ky IEXPERIENCE I TRADE DESIGNS M ARKS ICOPYRIGHTS ic hdQulckltlontttrlctlrronndtntf alIIANDBOOK onlMenw 1 sent tree OlOeit agency tor lecurlnepttenti Ittcun taken tbroUil rftelal notlct without cbarte In tho 1V Scientific Jlm rltattrA titiidiomelr lIlnntrnlM wfeVIf Tjirzeat elrIculillon ot nr iclcntldo nurol Term jenrt l1 Sold by all newidflern NrfoCo36iDtoadweyNllwYork llraocb Office CS F 6U Vv Mhlngcon D Co I UNION LAWN FENCE I i 1 + w u n n U Costa very little prove very satisfactory for lawn door yams tar len We make frnrlnr for lawn door yard weld hoc and poultry Write for catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKalb Bl Kanuu City Mo REVOLVING cows Less SAMPIEPERY MILE RE SricaDE KAUXILU KANSAS CITY Ma 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what date 011 subscription la paid If It U DO chanced within Uiicc weeks nitet tcnewal a St1ty as- 311stuanmben will bot ladly aopptled If w- eere ottlled- FIno premiums cheap with now subscription and prompt renewals Sjnd for ITumlum List Liberal tetras g1 nD to say who obtain ew lot ua Any out sending ua tout rcarly ubacrlptleuecuecieveTbeC1usahn hr for one oar Adrettlalnf rate on application MaMsa or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Still It Is a fairly reliable test or the real freshness of eggs that Is afforded by the price on the basket It you see them coming out of the 20 cent basket they might be fresher Second Lieut Glen E Edgerton of Manhattan Kan stood at the head of Ills class of 108 graduated from West Point this year three months earlier than the usual time for graduation IStill we go on burning up children with occasionally a mixture of adults for no especial reason that can be dis cerned except that It is cheaper to build firetrops than safe buildings A railway through the mountains north of tho Adriatic sea constructed by the Austrian government to build up the trade of Trieste though only 130 miles long has 679 bridges and viaducts It also runs through 49 tunnels IA Philadelphia palmist says that in his 24 years of practice It was a poor day when ho did not make 115 or 10 The stronger sex are said to be the most gullible victims while the women are hard to handle and not eo ready to be convinced It seems strange says the Brooklyn Citizen that American heiresses who long for a title do not take advantage tho fact often stated that baronial and other titles can be bought In Germany and Italy for f200 and up In stead of paying a million or so for a bankrupt estate and a worthless spend thrift thrown in Now that the Greenough statue of Washington which has shivered in in clement weather in front of the cap- Itol a for so many years Is to be put under cover In the Smithsonian insti tution why not give It a kimono tooT According to Mr McCall the figure has been trying to reach out and grasp Its clothes since 1841 Some Idea of the present Impor tance and value of great tracts of Umber land may be gathered from the fact that an Australian company hasI secured a concession from the Rus sian government to take out 30000000 I feet of lumber a year from Siberian forests Prices are so high in Aus tralia that the Siberian lumber can bo transported 8000 miles to Melbourne at a handsome profit The Inventor of that odorless onion has conferred a great boon on man kind If ho can make onion eaters be- lIeve that It is Just as pleasant to the palate and as entirely antiscorbutic as the old kind Dut we have our doubts Your real onlon lover is not likely to believe in the complete gen ulneness of that bulb unless It ad vertices Itself to visitor for a full 24 hours after consumption Two naval records were made the other day A gun crew in command of a young officer who has been out of Annapolis less than two years made P R hit with every one of 25 shots from an eight inch gun and fired nearly three shots to the minute The Ches 1tera now scouting cruiser steamed and fiftythree hundredths knots for four hours on a trial cruise and proved Itself the fastest boat of Its type in any navy in the world It Is said in England that the ad vance In democracy has resulted in an Increase of books dealing with the peerage Debrett the older book of geological reference now In its one hundred and ninetyfifth year wlth Its 2500 pages is a very different r hook from the original record Since the date of Queen Victorias accession no fewer than 340 peerages and 46t 1baronetcies have heal Bestowed mak of fltti lea the one and seven of the other r Annum Cattails which are scarcely utll ized at all in this country are used la England as filling for the upholster lag of furniture but hitherto the supply has been very small on account of the poor results which have been ob tithed by the use of this material The closest competitor of cattails fe tho Indian fiber kopak whlcb even whoa of poor quality sells at nine cents a pound The cattails whkh Dave thus far been sent to England I from the United States have varied in price from two to four cents per 0u14 a Spank EmI BoyI I Dy JUDGE OLISTEDIJuatlc Children Court New York City I II I BELIEVE every child at heart is good lie moans well and when through tho exuberance of his feelings he commits some act against the good of the community it Is but a simple mistake that can be corrected in simple ways Spanking is good for many boys especially if the spanking is administered by some one in parental authority I have frequently sentenced boy to a sound spanking by his father or mother right hero in court bemuse I believe it will do him good Its effect on him is far more salutary than if it were administered in his own home- I got but one spanking in all my life hut I will never forget the impression it made on me I debated most seri ously for hours whether to run away from such cruel parents or not and of nurse I finally decided not to Why Because the punishment was of such a nature that it appealed to me and I finally came to the conclusion that perhaps I had deserved what I got The rcmemberance of that spanking colic bark to mo when I took charge of the childrens court If it had so good an effect on me I argued whywouldnt it be a good thing to try on others So I got to ordering spankings right here in court and I think they aro doing good We do not have any too much time here in the childrens court to question the youngsters We have to get their viewpoint quickly and read their little minds instantly It is not moro punishment wo seek to give out We prefer far more to teach them what is right and what is wrong Why Hindus SeekAmerica By Y M BOSE Individuality AllNatures 1ItlsGoodfor Unruly Signs of progress arc evident now in In dia Since October 1905 when tho late viceroy of India divided tho province Bon gal against tho unanimous wishes the people national movement began in India under the name of Swadheshi movement This movement originally protest against the autocratic disregard of tho peoples wish es by inaugurating general boycott of British goods in India intends to elerato the various conditions in India by infusing national spirit among the masses In addition to the cultivation of home industries the Swadeshi movement aims to improve upon the number of unwholesome social customs Formerly it was considered sacrilegious to go to foreign countries Now it is sanc tioned by the Brahmans Widow remarriages are now being performed by Hindu society The various castes and creeds also aro eating together something unheard of a number of years ago A national system of edu cation has been inaugurated To cope with all these progressive changes young men from India representing all the various castes and creels arc coming from the differ ent parts of the globe with the purposo of securing information and in tnlction on various useful points in different directions which will en able them to ameliorate the unhappy condition of their million of countrymen in India The majority those students go to Japan since stUtJor the phenomenal development of that country is considorcd essential to an un derstanding of the conditions needed for helping India Most of those that go to Japan howovor together with many others come on to the United States and for the reason that this is the only western country where educational facilities are great and at the same time the chances for selfsupport while the studies are being carried on may bo expected Not only that the remarkable growth of this country in the various directions industrial economic agricul tural mechanical scientific and so on is regarded by the Hindus as a reason for making it the most suit able place to get right ideas that will aid in further ing the progress of their own nation Just as America is considered to have been the great cause for the unique development of Japan it would add to her greater glory were she to aid these young men to become an important factor in the making of the new India t By JOHN BEATTIE CROZIER of of n n a of a The world is not lumped together as a whole but it is distributed into individual na tures animals plants human beings of every race species and variety in the sonic way that the hand to he more serviceable is divided into individual fingers And what ever be the ultimate goal to which it is tend ing it is plain that that goal can be arrived at only by the agency of these individual natures animals plants and man Such being the evident ground plan of the world one sees at a glance that it is a necessity in herent in the original design that there should be some special provision for main taining this individuality and preventing things from being absorbed hone another And BO indeed there is We find in animals horns hoofs fangs organs of offense and defense of every variety all serving as mere instruments or means by which this ground scheme of individualism is maintainedBesides bis coarse physical defenses against enemies man has the finer weapons of envy pride jealousy revenge and the like which nrc merely these instruments of individuation and selfpreservation carried up into the mind and transmitted there into more subtle and flexible rapiers of attack or defense Lesser men defend themselves from absorption by greater by means of envy or hold their own against them by contradiction combativeness or pride Vanity stimu lates men to make tho most of themselves and helps then to keep up their individuality Jealousy pricks them to hold their own against rivals revenge to make good again on an enemy the injury he has done them They are stimulated to perpetuate their individuation by means of offspring having the like indi viduality und so prevent things from sinking back into that vndivcrsificduniformity out of which they lud originally lo struggle RAZED MAN KILLS FAMILY RELIGIOUS MANIA PROMPTS A TRIPLE MURDER Los Angeles Cal Father Slays Son and DaughterThen Tries to Commit Suicide los Angeles Cal Driven In mane by religious mania II J DuC- t 60 years of ago Thursday attacked and killed his son and daughter with an ax and then cut his own throat with i razor Ho probably will recover The tragedy occurred In time extreme north western part of tho city Dufty lived at tho home of his son Fred Dully lie had been on the verge of violent lt sanity It Is said for weeks from re ligious enthusiasm Wednesday night he attended a religious meeting and worked himself Into a frenzy When ho arose Thursday he was suddenly seized with a doslro to kill Securing a sharp bladed ax ho stealthi ly entered tho bedroom of hU son while the latter lay asleep He crept close to tho side of the bed and rail- Ing tho weapon aloft brought It down with terrific force across the neck of tho son The blow was delivered with such tremendous force that tho head of tho victim was severed completely from tho body With n maniacal shout Duf ty rushed from tho house and down the street waving his bloody weapon Headline the house at 451 Northwest Lake avenue whero his wife and daughter resided ho opened the front door nnd entered Mrs Ada Lacomb the daughter with her mother was In a rear room Proceeding cautiously to this room the murderer opened the connecting doors Mrs Ixiroinb stood with her back to him Without a word of warning ho swung tho ax high In the air and cleft his daughters skull tier whole head was crushed In from tho blow Mrs Dufty lied through n rear door closely pursued by the maniac striking at hor with the ax The woman succeeded In eluding him but not before she had received a severe gash on tho elbow from tho ax swung by Dufty as ho chased her Mrs Duttys cries finally attracted the attention of neighbors who came to her aid Dufty then walked to tho street whero ho drew a razor from his pocket and slashed Ida own throat In dieting frightful Injuries Several weeks ago Dufty wont to the Ever green cemetery and purchased a lot explaining that he wanted It for him self son and daughter Three days ago he purchased a coma for hlmiulf SHOOTS BRIDE AND SELF Louis Ryan of Bridgeport UK Attempts a Double Murder Clay City 111 =Something will hap pen on August 13 The foregoing statement Is tho substance of a noto written by louts A llyan 35 years old of Bridgeport III who Thursday thrice wounded hfc bride as sho struggled to escape from a room tho door of which ho had locked nnd then turned his revolver on himself and Inflicted a probably fatal wound in the hoad Tho note was found In Ryans pocket following the shooting The attempted murder and suIcide occurred In a hotel at Noble III sevon miles west of here Mrs Ryan was shot twice In the left arm and once In the breast but I- tIII believed she will recover Ryan himself In the left temple tho emerging behind the right car I His condition is critical Before their marriage the couple lived In Dolphos O She was Miss Mlntn Schaeffer Several days ago Mrs Ryan camo to Noble to visit an aunt and was later joined by her hUll band No cause for tho shooting Is known FAMOUS TUNNEL BUILDER DEAD Charles E HIgbee Killed by an Accl dent at Shoshone Col Denver Col Charles E Illgbco aged 52 years of this city one of the worlds most noted tunnel builders was almost Instantly killed Tuesday evening at Shoshone a camp of tho Central Colorado Power company 12 miles east of Olenwood Springs Col Tho fatal accident was caused by the breaking of a derrick A guy wire struck Mr Hlgbee crushing his skull Mr Hlgbco had constructed 49 of the worlds greatest tunnels In the con struction of tile Simplon tunnel In Italy he Is said to have broken the worlds record for fast boring Boston Millionaire Killed Providence IL IJ Montgomery Scars the young Uoston millionaire was hurt In an automobile accident shortly after midnight Tuesday nIght between Apponaug and Norwood and died at the Rhode Island hospital Mr Scars was 33 years of age and a graduate of Harvard university Ho was fond of all outdoor sports and was an enthusiastic automobilist He was last year the largest Individual taxpayer In Iloston Nearly all of the property Is In tho business district Turkey to Have Embassy Here Constantinople It is declared that the government propores raising the Turklii legation at Washington la an embody and that Hussein Klailm Bey will be the first ambassador Ho Is at present Turkish minister at Bucharest Stork Hovers Over Holland ApeldoornIt Is announced here that that in interesting event Is ex pcctcd tu he Dutch royal family Queen Wllnelmlna Is now staying at tbp royal castle Hot Ioo uear here THE ROBUERS GENEROSITY How They Secretly Helped Billy to Go to the Picnic Say Hilly I prcclate ever so much your gotten me In the band o Hob betel Aw dont mention It replied the valiant captain of tho Uobberl1 youre too decent a feller to be kept out of it But although Dilly Mumford disdained to accept thanks he was In wardly much pleased with the grati tude of Artie Cronan latest recruit of thoBloody Robbers Searching carefully In his pocket ho dug forth a rusty copper This be proceeded to lnnst at Todds grocery store after which he and Artie shared the suck er which represented the purchase Are you coin to the picnic asked Dilly when under tho Influence of the The Rcbbars Go a Berrying sucker perfect relations bad born established Little Artie shook his head sorrowfully Im afraid not said ho Ma says If I pick enough blackberries to pay my way I can go but Ill never bavo enough money In time For a long time Capt llllly remained In the deepest of thought Finally he saidArtie Im goln to tell you a secret On the edge of Nobles wood not far from the stonepllo theres a big tree There are blackberry bushes all round an these berries grow so loose that when tho wind blows real smart tlioyro blown off and carried under this tree Ive often found plies and piles of cm Theyre all cleaned out now but It you go thero on Wednes day afternoon I Wink youll find a lot Hero Dill observed that Important buslnws necessitated his presence elsewhere to be and Artlo parted Arties was greatly excited over Bil lys Information Suspecting no plot tho little chap decided to take Billys aUvlco so that on the following after noon ho tramped to the woods with a bR bucket under his arm Suro enough there were any number of berries And the fact that they Artie Found the Berries were in buckets didnt s om to Impress Artie Joyfully he filled his pall and hastened homo to market them Meanwhile lllly And the other Rob berg who had generously filled the buckets and placed them under the tree were fluted with delight at the success of their plan But Arties a nice follow an he de serves to go to the picnic as much as any of us declared Capt Billy HUNTING BIG GAME How an Indian Prince Protects Him self Against Danger Prluco llanjltslnhjl tho jam of Na wanagar India hunts big game and has had constructed for this purpose a oudcrful movable shootingbox The windows are heavily barred and port holes are pierced every three feet around tho sides The Interior Is decorated In Queen Anne style and filled with sofas writing desks bridge whist tables and comfortable chairs Tho floor la covered with Persian rugs The exterior Is painted green in order that it may blend with the jungle The box is taken to place sent by tail to a given point and drawn by oxen or elephants into the heart of the jungle It Is left there until the tigers have become accustomed to It and when the royal sportsman arrives later there Is no lack of game The shooting Is done through port holes provided for the purpose Two Little Mothers Im Jut o worried as I can be About mr dblll sold little Marl I think shes a lever her checks are red And that s sure aign the doctor said Ore my poof dolly shes very sick too I think stea the ticker Bald ante I oil No mint slid little Marie 9s tin wont iJ caus e IthNlMiip thlr play Pt ant IDEAL PLAY TIME II When ummor time U really here Then come the sure noueli fun Tor boy and irtrli on set outdoor And shout and skip and run No one to usy to them 8hshablM It they do make a robe Oh It I lard lo play Indoors il p clally for the boys Dut out of doors ntnth summer skis Our youth may have Its sway And run and shout till tiny sr hoar Throughout the livelong day Up lilll down dale they Bayly ream With only fun In slew And how th yll mourn when ammertlmv Ilu all been gotten tbwvhI A STAR OF STARS New Grouping of the Stars In the United States Flag Somo time ago n roprwealatlv ot cngrttB Mr Shafortb proposed anew arrangement of the white stars lu the blue field of the Unite Slates flag which ho considered would to morn symmetrical and emblematic ot the formation of the union than the pros ant straightlino method A bill tit congress on this subject was Introduced by him lie describes the ob sect as follows Tho original 13 stains are formed In the shape of a largo circle of 13 star The balance of tho states are rep seated within this circle by n rerlea of smaller stir arranged la the shar New Arrangement of Stars In the United State Flag I of a fivepointed star Each star Is intended to represent a distinct ataU- i The star forming the uppermost point thI the original 13 states other stars follow below In sequence according to the order In which the states wore ad i milted Tho Illustration is mado from a pho tireIwas unfurled for the first time In com momorntlon of tho fiftieth anniversary of her wedding It contains 47 star ono more than the number of elates actually admitted it being expected at thb time It was made that Arizona and Now Mexico might be admitted ae a separate state Tha fortyfifth slate admitted was Utah In 1898 and the foryslxth state Oklahoma In J90C to bruin Us statehood In July 1908 THE THREE PATHWAYS Look This Over and See If You Car Tell How It Was Done 4beretsituated an shown had a fence erected to Inclose thorn In the fence- he mado throe exits numbered 1 S and 3 Ho constructed walks from the houses to the gates so that the peoplel Three Pathways who lived In house No 1 used No 1 Hate those In house No 2 used No tgate and those who ttvcj In hbu o7Jo 3 used No3 gate The walks neither crossed ono another nor interfered la any way Show by a drawing how the walks were laid from the houses to thf late Youthful Logic wronafitdldIm glad It doctnt rpcak to ma And unly speaks u cat MARTIAl lAWI IS DECLARED SPRINGFIELD IS THE SCENE OF RIOT RAPINE AND BLOODSHED WHITES AND BLACKS CLASH AT ILLINOIS CAPITAL Many are Killed and Wounded and Thousands of Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed State Troops Ordered To Scene- Rpringflold IIL Aug 16Stnte troops 1000 in number nrnud with ball cartridges control Sjiilngfldd Martial law governs tho city Tho call Ing of tho troops followed a wild night of riot arson and slaughter that held the Inhabitants In a itnto of terror Three white men havo boon killed one negro lynched and his body riddled 40 houses have beoa burned and 75 her sons havo been injured in the riots Uugcno W Chafin Prohibitionist scrlouelylrjureddiiperw q1 W II Bowe young clerk In the county treasurers once Is dying ul Sr Johns hotpIttU here from vhota IlUnl11t1dhimnogroes robbed hint Of a diamond ring moneyFuithor tho troops have orders to put down the rlotora with an Iron hand The trouble grew out of an attempt to lynch George Richardson negro who hall been arrested for assaulting Mra Karl Hnllam Ho was Identified by Mrs Hnllam cs the man who as laulicd her The negro was rushed in a train In an automobile owned by Harry T toper and taken to Bloom ington Tho mob becamo Infuriated nt Loirs plan of outwitting them and rushed to the restaurant where tho first work of destruction started Oer Dcnron aho announced that he bad ordered tho Seventh regiment Chicago to hold itself in roadiooH for an Instant response to n summons from him Property losses from fire and loot ing 1j 100000 Springfield lit Aug 17Wllh the arrival hero Sunday ot tho Second and Seventh Infantry regiments I N 0 and two squadrons of tho First cav aIry all front Chicago tho entire National Guard of Illinois with time ex ception ot tho Sixth Infantry and the Eighth Infantry colored was on duty here In the riotridden districts Sunday sight In all 400 guardsmen lire In the city Two deaths duo to the violence ol Friday and Saturday occurred lit St Johns hoepltaL William Donnlgan the aged colored man whoso throat was cut Saturday night expired nt 11 a tn Frank Dulmorc who was shot through tho lungs Friday night died an hour later This brinKs the list ol Iolent deaths during oho TaCt IroubiM up to live A genuine scam was caused at the headquarters In the arsenal Sunday night after a squad had been sent to tliRporso a crowd at Allen and Spring streets live minutes later n report reached Lieut Col Eddy that stole had been tired In Ibo threatened dls tract Ho immediately sent a full platoon to tbo plate to reinforce tho I squad When Iho additional soldiers appeared tho crowds broke and ran The soldiers pursued them for several blocks and tho district which Is near the scene of Saturday nights lynching was In an uproar for a few minutes The arsenal was crowded Sunday night with negro refugees from Spring Hold and surrounding towns About 200 men women and children sought the shelter of tho building and slept on tho floor or In chairs Most of these people were old nnd Infirm Col Sanborn and Gen Wolfs com mandlng two provisional brigades termed Sunday Increased the mobility of their forces augmented by the arrival of the Second Infantry from Chi cago by using farm wagons Tho use- at automobiles was discontinued and but few patrols were sent out on streetcars Gen Wells had ten vehicles and Col Sanborn rs many Just as Rood as horses oald Col Snnborn When wo get tho alarm from tho city hall I just order my Shatter cavalry into the wpgoii nnd they nro oft In no time1 A council of war was hold at the capitol at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon by Coy Dcnccn Adjt Gen Scott nnd Col Sanborn At the meeting a plan was adopted which It Is believed will render further demonstrations Improbable Col Sanborn was given com niand ot a provisional brigade consist Ing of tho First and Second Infantry regiments with Instructions to pro servo peace in tho territory west ol Seventh street Negro Pursued By Posse and Hounds Baton Rouge La Aug 17Blood hounds havo been sent front hero tc Burton La where a posse Is In pursuit of A negro who tried to assault Brim Inally a 16 year old white girl It cap turgid negro will probably bo lynched Drowned While Bathing Wilmington Del Aug 17 Clarcnct Dutton aged 25 and Nellta Ntkurs aged 20 both of Chester Pa wort drowned Sunday at Bowers beach I summer resort on Delaware bay while bathing I GETTING TIPS FOR TEDDYI AEROPLANE IS WRECKED WRIGHT TRIES NEW METHOD OF DESCENT AT LE MANS Frame of Machine TornAccident Follows Some Remarkable Flights 10 Mans France The Wright aeroplane suffered an accident Thurs day which will require several days and possibly n week to repair After two superb flights Wilbur Wright essayed a new and daring method of descent Ho stopped tho motor at a height of 76 feet and tried to como to earth on a gradual de rcendlng glide Tho calculations wero not absolutely correct and tho left wing ot tho aeroplane came In contact with tha ground Tots tore tho frame of the machine Mr Wright was not Injured Mr Wright said he did not regard the accident ns serious and explained that these were only Incidental cx periences devoted to acquiring com plots mastery of the difficulties of nvl tatlon and tho execution of now maneuversMr first flight Thursday eclipsed all his former efforts Ho made seven complete tours of tho field over limo tops of the trees According to the official time ho was In tho air eight minutes and D3 seconds The atiroplanlst was Incommoded by a 16 mllo breeze but In spite of this ho showed greater facility In maneuver trIg than ho did when there was a dead calm Ills landing was easy and suc cessful In every way Mr Wrights second flight which lasted two minutes was a novel one Tbo noroplanlsl soared and doacendcd at will executing bewildering turns Suddenly as viewed from the grand stand the machine lost Us speed nnd began curving slowly toward tho earth All appeared to be going well until It was tilted to leeward and tho delicate framework struck the ground with tho result that It was damaged and tornMr Wright calmly stopped out and examined the wreck Ho was quickly surrounded by anxious friends to whom he explained that there bad been no accident In tho air but that ho had merely decided to to a new descent Ho shut off tho motor at n height of 76 feet and endeavored to float downward DISASTER IN FRENCH NAVY Six Men Killed on Gunnery School Ship Couronne Toulon Six persons were killed and 18 Injured In a gun explosion aboard the gunnery school ship Cou ronno Wednesday off Lea Saline dHyercs The accident occurred whllo a num ber of recruits woro receiving In structlons In handling n 1C milli meter gun tho breech of which blow out Three of those wounded arc In a desperate condition Acquitted on Fifth Trial Roanoke Vorho fifth trial at Floyd courthouse of John Richards tho Floyd county Bchcol teacher charged with the murder of his rival in love Maurice 1C Francis ot Roanoko ended Friday In acquittal Tho first second and fourth trials re suited In disagreements The third trial resulted In conviction of murder In tho first degree and Richards was sentenced to bo hanged Tho supreme court grunted a now trial Army Men Die In Auto Accident San Francisco Sergt MaJ A H Bclyca and Master Electrician Sorgt Co IL Jones attached to tho Presidio military forces were almost Instantly killed Thursday night when thrown from a runaway automobile which was crushed between street cars Hotel and Twelve Saloons Burn Spokane Wash Flro at Taft Mont noarly on tho Idaho line early Thursday morning destroyed the As heuser Busch hotel and 13 saloons FLEET LEAVES NEW ZEALAND American Battleships Sail from Auck land for Sydney Auckland N Z Tho American Atlantic fleet departed for Sydney at 815 oclock Saturday morning Tho weather was fine and large crowds wero ashore and afloat to bid farewell to tho Americans Excur lion craft loaded to tho rail dotted the harbor As anchors wero hoisted and the flagship pointed her noso toward tho mouth of the harbor pandemonium reigned Tho shoro batteries belched forth parting salutes which were an swered by tho American ships and the whistles and sirens on tho excursion flotilla resounded across the harbor and wero reechoed by the distant hills Tho American ships wcro kept busy dipping their flags In answer to limo salutations of tho New Zealanders Sir Joseph Ward the premier and a large number of officials were aboard a government steamer and as each battleship passed Sir Joseph led the rousing cheers for tho Americans Tbo battleship Kentucky which was tho last In tho line responded lustily with cheers for New Zealand and the bands on both vessels played the British and American national an thems and Auld Lany Sync AUTO DASHES INTO CROWD Many Hurt In Accident at Hill Climb ing Contest Algonquin UK Two persons were seriously Injured and a dozen others woro painfully hurt when an automo bile that was taking part In a hill climbing contest swerved and ran wild Into a throng ot spectators hero Friday evening The seriously Injured are George Hay eld ot Chicago and C S Paxton driver of the car Tho machine which was running DO miles an hour had arrived nt tho brow of tho bill and was within 100 foot of the finishing line when a tiro burst sending the car into tho crowd Tang Branch N JE R Thomas former banker and racohorso owner was seriously Injured hero Friday night when his automobile struck and wrecked a carriage FOUR CHICAGOANS DROWN Launch Is Capsized In Dells of the Wisconsin River Kllbourn WisD the capsizing of n pleasure launch on tho Wisconsin river Thursday afternoon four Chicago people wero drowned ns follows Miss Mabel Ward Mrs W O Heath and E Q Pfclffor and his son RalphThe launch containing nine persons among them Mrs Pfclffer and daugh tor was returning from a trip through tho Dells When near tho dock tho boat got Into tbo waves of a passing steamer nnd capsized throwing all the occupants Into the water Enterprise Kan William Q Hlnz 21 years of ago of Milwaukee Wls was drowned hero Thursday evening while bathing In tho Smoky Hill river Ho was an Insurance man Flanagan Sets a New RecordIQuecnstown John Flanagan Irish American A C whllo giving an ex hibition on tho quay hero threw the 16 pound hammer from a nine foot circle for a distance of 181 feet 8 Inches This breaks all records Cupid Triumphs at Last Sacramento Cal When the Overland Limited came to a standstill in tho Sacramento depot nt five oclock Friday evening a pretty girl alighted Sho was at once greeted by a young man Prof F P Fltzgcralfl of Stan tON university Tho girl was Edith Ludwig who was recently kidnaped In Chicago by hor mother to prevent her marriage Tho professor at once walked to the county clerks once and took out a marriage license Tho wed ding ceremonies wore performed by Rev Richard Rodda vi Yi IRA U ADIES FAMOUS SINGING EVANGELIST HAS PASSED AWAY BLIND AND BROKEN DC tiN He Wrote the Gospel Hymns of the World and Traveled with D L Moody for Many Years New YorlcIra D Sankey known as an evangelist throughout the Christian world dlod Thursday night at his homo In Brooklyn but the news of his passing did not become generally known until Friday Mr Sankey was 68 years old For the last five yearn ho had been blind and bad Buffered from a compli cations of diseases brought on by overwork But almost to the very last ho worked at hymn writing Ills tours throughout this country and Europe with Dwight L Moody the evangelist brought him Into wide prominence Sankey It might bo said wrote tho gospel hymns of tho world In China Egypt India Japan In almost ovary languago known to man Sankeya hymns arosung Ho received a largo Income from his publications and leaves a considerable estate Among Mr Sankeys most familiar composl lions are Tho Ninety and Nine and When the Mists Have Rolled Away Ills songs are said to have had a cir culation of more than 00000000 copies lie was a rapid composer and wrote book after book of gospel hymns During the last five or six years of his life he was Interested In preparing and publishing tho story of the gospel hymns At the same time ho saved his wonderful voice for posterity by singing Into phonographs The rec ords were sent all over tho world Sankey first met Moody at a Y M C A convention In Indianapolis Moody was so charmed with the young mans voice that ho urged him to ac company him on his evangelistic tours Sankey explained that ho was married and could not give up his posi lion You must come said Moody I cant get along without you San key consulted his wife and they cast In their Jot with Mr Moody They visited Great Britain from 1873 to 18T6 and again in 1883 and made many tours throughout tho United States PITTSBURG MAN DEFRAUDED Invests 600 In Faro Game and Has Dealer Arrested New YorkA story of a faro game at high stakes in a luxuriously fur nlshed private dwelling In the fash ionable section of tho upper West side was disclosed Thursday at tho hearing of Martin Phillips who was arrested charged with larceny Phillips was arraigned In the West side court and was held In 1500 for trail Neville H Moxley formerly of PlUs burg Pa who gave his present ad dress as this city was tho complain ant alleging that ho lost 600 In a taro game dealt by Phillips In his story to tho court Moxley said ho camo to New York to work a system with Phillips Moxloy said Phillips wrote to him saying they could make 2000 out of Phillips employer Moxley it was alleged was to put the necessary money and to get 60 per cent of the proceeds the remaining 40 per cent to go to Phillips Moxley said ho came to this city with 600 to which Phil lips added 300 saying that much was needed to work tho system When tho magistrate asked Moxley if he did not know tho arrangement he had en tered into was illegal Moxley host tated and ho was severely lectured by tho court for his part in tho matter BIG BENEFIT FOR CY YOUNG Great Crowd Loving Cups Traveling Bag and Flowers Presented Doston Nearly 20000 persons from all over the New England states at tended Thursdays benefit gamo for Denton Tecumseh Cy Young of Paoll 0 the Boston American leaguo baseball teams veteran pitcher at tho American league grounds Three sliver loving cups a traveling bag and two big floral pieces wore presented toYoungTho attraction besides Cy himself was a gamo between Doston and a team of star players picked from the other American league clubs Tho nll stars won by a score of 3 to 2 Three Killed In Collision Plqua OTbrco persons wore killed and probably 85 fatally Injured In a collision between two limited traction cars on tho Western Ohio Traction lino nine miles north of Plqua Monday night Tho dead William Bailey car In spector Plqua 0 legs cut oft and skull crushed William C Qulllon Locklngton 0 Dull crushed James Kohl Detroit Mich skull crushed Missing Cashier Short 15000 Guthrlo Okla State Bank Exam iner W Eo Gordon has discovered a ohortago of approximately 15000 in tho accounts of Thomas M Reynolds the missing cashier of tho flank of Attest Okla Tho stuto banking board inns offered a reward of 500 for tho arrest and conviction of Reynolds Big Fire In Spanish Village Madrid Flro Friday destroyed 33 houses in the village of Castlneira province of Orenso Many persons suffered burns Y JLKentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered From All of the State PartsI ILL SWING SAYS NEGRO Though Guards Bring Him Safely From Scene of Murder Louisville Ky Rufus Browder a negro who was brought here trom Russcllvlllo for safekeeping said he believed ho would be hanged Ho said the citizens demanded that fate for him because ho slow James Cunning barn In Logan Ill swing ho said During the trip hero from Russell vlllo Browder was uneasy In eplto of Sheriff Tom Rhea and the 40 soldier who came with them When he saw South Louisville however ho grinned and said Gee Im glad to bo here Rhea took his prisoner to the Jail and said that tho trip was uneventful Crowds gathered at tho way stations to see the soldiers and the negro but no violence was offered RIDERS THREATEN FARMER Demand Payment of An Old Bill Within 30 Days HopklnsvlIIc KyJ S Nnrthlngton a farmer living near Qarrcttsburg has received a threatening letter signed Kentucky and Tennessee Night RI dersThe letter referred to some trouble Mr Northlngton had four years ago with a man who thrashed his wheat crop and was docked on the settle mcnt because of alleged wasting of grainThe letter said that if the balance of tho mans bill was not paid within 30 dsys Mr Nortlilngton would ba waited upon and whipped Tho business matter referred to was known to but few persons and had about been forgotten by Mr Northing ton Fire In Moving Picture Theater Louisville Ky Presence cf mind on the part of Owen Richie a little usher perhaps saved tho lives of 100 people who were gathered In a moving picture theater Fire was started by tho ex plosion of a film and tho usher at the time was in front of the curtain lie dashed tho length of tho theater to the door which he flung wide open let ting tho smoke out and calling at the top of his shrill voice This way out Bo quiet now The people obeyed and not even a skirt hem was torn Didnt Know It Was Loaded Hopklnsvllle Ky While playing with a supposedly unloaded shotgun Bceln the 7yearold daughter of James Maylon was shot through the head and Instantly killed by her 3 year old brother Walter Doth parents wore away from home and when Mrs May Ion returned and saw tho terrible dls figured body sho collapsed and Is now In a critical condition The boy Is almost crazed and threatens to kill himself Escaped Prisoner Caught Sergent Ky Charlie Moore alias Willie Jones Willie Cantrel and Mary Moore his alleged wife who attired In mens clothes pried with an Iron bar mind affected his release from Jail were located In a cave in the Cumberland mountains near the KentuckyVlrglnla border by Policeman Arch Sergcnt nnd Deputy Jailer John Polly After Ink ing a fierce resistance they finally gave up to the officers Asylum Needs Reported Upon Frankfort Ky State Inspector Thatcher has completed examining the state asylums and feebleminded Instl tute Tho Lexington asylum needs larger buildings tho Lakeland nsylum puro water tho Hopklnsvllle institu tion a heating plant and the feeble- minded institute moro space Thatch er will praise tho present blpartlsan system of controlling the institution Suit ireLouisville lyAbout tho fourth suit of Its kind over In a local court was filed by A II Cardin of VIiw Crlttcndnn county against the Globe Rutgers Flro Insurance Co of New York Ho seeks to collect on policies for 4000 on his tobacco warehouse and rebandllng plant which was de stroycd by riders Strikers Use Dynamite Paintsvllle Ky Strikers at the Dig Sandy River Coal Cos mine near this place dynamited tho drum shed and caused damago to other property to tho extent of several hundred dollars The troublo grew out of a strike for recognition of tho union which has been on for several weeps Injunction Dissolved Newport IyWord was rccclvoi here that one of tho judges of tho court of appeals at Frankfort had dis- SOlVEd Judge Yungbluts Injunction restraining tho town council of Bollovuo from disposing of a franchise for sup plying water to the town and Its in habitants Failed To Make a Case Lexington liW M Akol charged with being accessory to tha murder of Rosa Knfoury was dismissed b County Judge Bullock at tho exam Inlng trial The commonwealth tolled to make a case CaseCdntinued Russellvllle ItyTho Rufus Brow der murder case was refused a chant of venue and continued until the SetI Ember term of court Thor was naI excitement or demonstration when the I prisoner was brought Into court x l I I HAD RIGHT TO SELL Says Burley Society of Holdlns of President Lebus Lexington KP jawing Recharge that President Clajnce Lebus of tho Burley Tobacco branch of tho Amer- Ican Society of Equity holds 612 hogsheads of tobacco not in tho Equity pool Secretary Brooka sent out from Winchester copies of a resolution adopted at tho session of the district board which recites its knowledge that Lebus had largo holdings of 1901 and 1905 tobacco which bo was unable to pool and has never pooled and though free to sell his tobacco at any time he chose has through his loyalty to the society withheld it from solo to the present time The board declared Ha confidence in President Lebus CIRCUIT JUDGE COOK I Commands Jury To Probe Report That He Took Riders Oath Paducah Ky Judge Thomas F Cook of tho Calloway circuit court at the opening of court charged tho grand jury to investigate the reports being circulated around Maury that ho himself nnd the commonwealths attorney Denny D Smith of Trlgg coun ty are night riders and have taken their oath He said it is bandied about that 00 witnesses could bo produced to prove tho fact He said ho wished tho county attor ney to conduct tho Investigation and mentioned tho names of Dr Berry a dentist recently of Metropolis IlL J D Sexton a merchant and W Yo Whltnell a tobacco man as witnesses Bumper Crops Will Be Realized Hopklnsvllle Ky Notwithstanding unfavorable weather conditions the In dications are that bumper crops will bo realized this being especially true of corn Owing to the wet spring till farmers wero delayed in preparing their land and did not get It out In anything like the usual time It was feared that the crop would ba very short because of Us failure to mature before cold weather Recent soaking rains though have given it a great boost and it is now growing with such rapidity that it is believed it will prove ecual to tho records set by any former years Other crops aro looking equal ly as well I aReward For Assailant Glasgow KyTho La Rue county officials will ask Coy Willson to offer a reward for tho apprehension nnd ar rest of Edward W Read who has left tne county following the Issuance of a warrant charging him with assault his victim being tho 16yearold daughter of T G Shoffner a prominent farmer of that county A Woman Bootlegger Frankfort KyA woman bootleg ger that is the charge that Is placed against Mrs Lola Fields a pretty 22 yearold grass widow of Jackson county brought to jail hero to await trial in federal court In September for al leged illegal sale of liquor Raised Second Crop of Strawberries Hopklnsvllle Ky Strawberries ja August is tho unusual delicacy which Hopklnsvllle people are enjoying now In limited quantity One raiser brought to market nine gallons of a second crop of berries at 60 cents per gallon The berries are of fine flavor and sweet 15000 Blaze Lexington KyTho telephone exchange and J n Alexanders general merchandise store at Wllmorc Jessa mine county burned Loss 815000 little insurance Miss Susan Case telephone operator had a narrow escape from death from suffocation Goebel Monument Completed Frankfort KyTho statue of former Gor William Goebel was placed on tho base of the monument over his grave It is ten feet in height Tha monument Is now completed It will be unveiled In September j Jury Disagrees Murray KyTho Jury In tho of Jake Ellis the alleged night riderdwas discharged by Circuit Judge Cook upon n report that It was hopelessly hung The jury stood eight for ac quittal and four for conviction Flying Iron Kills Him Henderson KyThomas QrlCln aged DO years a farmer was Instantly killed by a piece of Iron from ama chine ho was using In constructing a fence A widow and five sons survive him Girls Heart Falls Stanford Ky Kltlie tho thirteen year old daughter of Dink Farmer of this county dropped dead after return lag from school Heart allure was the cause ExCoroner Found DeadtOwlngsvllle KyAt Weston Mo Pete Owsler fcrmerly coroner of this s ayhotel There were marks of violence on the body It W D Hunt his room mate was arrested Shave Not Necessity on Sunday Lexington Ky Judge Parker in circuit court held that barbering on Sunday is not a necessity This de cision upholds the special barbers act which makes It unlawful to Keep ouea on Sunday 2 e 1 J4AIi t11 r i East Kentucky Correspondence 1 News You Get Nowhere Else i o ao eorreepoBleiice published nalen lifted In tall by the writer The name b It not fot pibllatioi bat M u tTUtaet of toad faith Write plainlyIsososososososososomososos A GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK Paint Lick August 16 Reuben l Gabbard and family of Big Hill were the guests of his parents Mr nd Mrs A BGaubard of this place last Saturday and Sunday Tho meeting oJ the Baptist church at Wallaceton has dosed with about twelve ad ditions to the church Uncle David McCollum la still very poorly Tho HUH son Bailey of Mr Robert Gen try is very sick with typhoid fever Arthur Stowo and Miss Jonnie Led ford wore quietly married at the homo of Rev Smith last Thursday evening Walter Reynolds and Miss Roy were united in marriage by Rev Smith Friday evening ESTILL COUNTY FOX Fox August 15There have been about 6000 water melons hauler from this neighborhood A John pon and sons have about completed their P5 Job of weed cutting which they got from N E Curtis a H Click and Cricket Lackey returned from Winchester yesterday Jesse Oliver of Clark County has been vis iting N E Curtis and family for the past few days lIe returned homo yesterday Nick Pucket of near Iron Mount died Thursday night He had fever last spring it settling in hisI side causing his deathDoc drowned while going down tho river last Wednesday He and others cf the boat hands got to playing in tho River and he lost control of himself and never rose to tho surface of the water but once niter they realiz ed that he was drowning Wm Hall and Don Moberly had a falling out recently which resulted in Moberlys getting his throat cut severely It is thought ho will not recoverDr- Jas Scvlvner Turner Kelly and Jeff start to Ok Sparks aro planning to lahoma and other points in the West next Monday and will be gone about n monthW sley French commenc ed his singing school here yester day evening Stanley Puckot who has been ta Bloomington Ill for about five years is back among friends and relatives agalnG W Powell sold his stock of goods to Ed Gallager CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CHEEK Sextons Creek August 14 The contractors have begun work on our iitw school and masonic building Crops look very well In this com munity Misses Laura and Llllle Buroh of Greenhall visited relatives of this part Saturday and Sunday People of thlo community were very greatly disappointed in not having the Sunday School rally Sat i urday on account of the rain Rlloy Shepherd and wife passed thru hero Sunday on their way to the head of Sexton to visit relatives W R Hoggs left hero a fow days ago for his home in Toxafc James BoBgB from Cumberland Gap is visiting friends and relatives of this place Tuos Peters is very ill Whitley Mays who has been organizing Sun day Schools in Clay and Owsley Counties returned home Monday Sam Saylor had a barn raising Wed nesday L Hatton Superintendent ofI Clay visited the school hero Tues day morning and talked about theI now school law to quite a large crowd ROOKOASTLE COUrtlY I nOONCIBoone August 17 There was sing log af Fairview Sunday evening Mr and Mrs W M Brown of Tenn essee were guests of Mrs Mattlo 1Coyle Saturday Mr and Mrs i rt were guests of Jess WronII SundayW J Lambert went to Be Tea Saturday Mr and Mrs Carol i Martin aro visiting in Jackson County this week Andrew Martin Sunday with Joe Levett MissesC IIIare visiting relatives in Richmond Mrs Frank Lambert was In Conway WrenaI O W Wren tilling her place Corn ClOpS look well at present Harris I I Johnsou had a horse killed on the i read near hero Mrs Lambert of Conway attended Sunday School here S SundayMrs Joe Levett went to Snyder one day last weekMr and t Mrs David Martin are visiting inIMadison County this weekILiVINfSTONILivingston August IGThe recent I rains Improved cropsMr and Mrs I Wiley Wise of Jackson County have teen visiting relatives in Livings tonP MD6es has been visiting here Thos Burton who has been a s victim of consumption for a long iit ososososososesososesoses- I while is dead Ho recently went to New Mexico for his health but returned and died shortly after lIe was laid to rest by tho JuplorsEd ward Voodall Is in toed caused from a backset with malaria fovcrMr S E Hollard Is able to bo out again Tho concrete construction Is progressing nicely The engine crow havo come and two wore are expect edHenry Bowling has moved to his property which ho recently pur chased from Bert Sams Henry Bur ton Bib Hurley and Geo Cook Indulged in a fishing trip and reported a good tlmeDon Brummet win has been sick for a Toni time pass cd lhru town on a visit to Duck Spring Harvo Prouso is back again hPlplnB with the engines Tho Bay tist church is worthy ot congratula lion in regard to their present pas torra Ogel the Baptist preaeh ers wife was badly burned this morning by pouring coal oil on JIve coals of flreThe parents of New Riggs ot Jackson County are vlslllni at his home KOIIIXET Roblnet August 15 Wyatt Aller has taken the contract of making 5000 ties for Allen S Sons Miss Lena Coffey left July 31 for Dora to stay with Mary Robinson Mrs Maggie Coffey left tho 6th for Rich mond John Martin and Kate Gib son left Monday tho 10th for Jack fOnt Breathltt to get married Miss Luma Phillips who has been very ill lj better Howard Slmpklns of With elf attended church at Lone Oak Sunday Harrison Bowles is celling out pi sparing to go to Tennessee tc work in timberS B Martin Is planning to work at Sparks quarry a- WithersMilt Carpenter made n trip to H C Brewers John Mul line raised a tomato which weighed threo and a half pounds Meal is selling for L20 per bushel Chas Wise of Dango is working in Umber for Thos Bowles Mary Dartle oi Berea Is visiting homo folks at this placeJai Crossey was elected aa school trustee by nine violasJ L lussey is in tho tie business with D J CarpenterCam Sexton whoI has been away preaching so writes back that ha Is progressing finely and doing a groat work Ikey Clause filled his regular appointment at Lone Oak last SundayJohn Phillips has secured a position carrying the mall from Goocbland to Livings ton Ellas Carpenter returned from Knoxvlllo Tenn last week Several of the boys and girls of Lone Oak aro preparing to attend the fair at LondonThe regular preach ing at Horse Lick has changed from the second to the third Saturday and Sunday in each monthCrops are looking fine hero CM3IAX Climax August 17Saturday and Sunday wero regular church days at tho N H B Church followed with a revival meeting Everybody wol come to attendS L Rose wont to JTt Vernon on business Saturday D G Rooter has accepted a job from the Singer Sewing Machine Co and will start work about September 1 Mrs J M Rector visited at her parents Nlmrod Smith Saturday night and Sunday Dr R H Lewis of Wfl die has placed a phone In W II- Joni residence at that place Tom Evans and family of Hamilton Ohio have been visiting Mrs Brans par Kits Mr and Mrs Jssse Forsythe for a few days but returned home Sun day Parker Soott has snipped a car load of lumber to Borea to commence lib building Daniel limes has returned home after A few days visit at Valley Vliw James Sexton and J M Rector are in the tie business IHSlUTAJiTA Dlsputanta August 17T1Sun School at Clear Creek is pro gressing nicely with large attendance Thi death angel visited the home hI Mr Samuel Crouchor August 12 and took his wife She loaves a hus band and four children a loving mother and a host of friends to mourn her loss The funeral services took place at the home of tho deceased Revs J W Lambert and L R Row kit conducted the services She died In full triumph of faith and her remains were laid in the old Scaffold tans cemeteryo M Payne gave the young folks a social Friday night W A Rowlett loft Sunday for Boone to do carpentry work for J W Lambert Mattlo McGuire ot Derea has been visiting relatives and friends here The protracted meeting begins at Macedonia Friday night Revs 3 S Wilson and Daniel Phelps are o conduct the services Jas Evans Jr was a caller at G V Owens Sun dayW A Rowlett has announced himself as candidate for magistrate ubject to the action ot the Republican pattye t T1 r aowscEr COUNTY STUUOlms Sturgeon August 15 Dr JrMahaffey ono of tho best known citizens of Owsley County has an noun ed his candidacy for tho nom ination for County Judge subject to the action of tho Republican party The doctor is widely known and liked and will mako a otrong raco will every prospect of success- TIIAVELLBILS IlEST Travelers Rest August 14 The recent rain has spoiled some corn in this vicinity Some stock dealer from the Blue Grass were hero to day buying cattle Mr and Mrs Henry Mosley of Franklin Ill hay Len visiting relatives hero this week Dr J II Mahaffey has declared himself n candidate for County Judge of Owsley County Uncle Sam Mc Queen is visiting relatives in Tonnes souBorn to tho wife of Mlllard Botner a fine baby by August 14 Stanley Frost editor of The Citizen was a welcome caller at S P Cnudells school Thursday Mrs Mot calf and Mrs Cummins were In town Tuorday on business Clyde Botner Is visiting relatives at Earnestvlllo this Welt Mlllard Botner Sr who tins boon in Illinois and other north ern states for twelve years is baok home again for a short stay Squire Minter has called a court of inquiry to bo held at this place Saturday August 15 The citizens aro fur jrlsed at such a court In so quiet a town at this- Vincent VIHCKHT August 1LTB Vonabl Andy Vonablo and B Scott are In Perry County this week selling fruit trees Patrick Mayso and wife bave Just returned from a weeks visit with friends and relatives in Madison County Mlllard Botner has returned from Illinois where he has been for n number of yearsC- J Bronston of Lexington was a vis itor in our part last week looking after the Interest of his coal land lu Owsley and Lee Countlos Mlsa Emma Stamper who has been vie ItJng friends and relatives In Wolf County for some time has returned David Deeds of Vincent Is visit ing friends and relatives In Oklahoma and New Mexico at present Wm Combs has opened a barber shop at Vincent Harvey Marcum is in Es till County this weekMoody Jackson and wife of Corbin are visit ing friends and relatives In and around Vincent at present Revs Drown and Parsons will begin a Mrles of meetings at Need Moro tho fourth Sunday in August and con tinue ton days Henry Price and Miss Laura Price were quietly married last Thursday evening May their old days bo strewn with flowers and may no trouble await them uy the waysldo ISLAND CITY Island City August HCorn looks well in this community David Chad well loft yesterday ourouto to Buck Creole RHey flanks who bas had au extended trip to Kellyvlllo has returned homo and is selling out his property and will leave in about two weeksG J Gentry left yes terday for flosses Creek in search of Wm Hacker who eloped Wednesday night with a horeo owned by John Stewart School at Oak Grove U progressing nicely with largo attendants conducted by P M Frye and J F Brewer Several attended prayer meeting at Oak Grove lost nlptR B Peters i has returned from Rich mondDr A Bowling left yester day for Station Cami Jasper Burch U at work for tit Brewer Bros at tbd SAW mill Frank Gentry and J W Smith left yesterday for Coluni tbs 0 where they will study teleg raphy for the next two monthsR B Petite lift today for Jackson County Richard Banks of Kellyville in visiting friends and relatives cf this place Sheriff W O Allen was on Island Creek Wednesday JACKSON COUNTY Ire ruu MeKee August I6The Republican County Committee has been called to meet hero next Saturday to set a day for the primaries for county officers Altho a number of tho load- Ing candidates for offices wish the primary to bo held in April it is feared that tho day will be set for January This Is said to be largely duo to tho Influence of the friends of William Lewis candidate for Circuit Judge who wishes the primary for that office held as early as possible Lut feels that It should como after tho local primaries Tho early can- Ing of the meeting of the committees taken to mean that Lewis friends xpect to control It and that Jackson County will probably vote for an arly primary in the race for Circuit Judge and against Judge Faulknero leslro to have the primary at the usual time In August or September MILDRED Mildred August 15Wo are hav- Ing plenty of rain at present and crops look favorable in this see- tlonMrs M O Jones Is better at this UmeMJ Maggie Welch who bas lung trouble Is no better Mrs f Bcttlo Moore is visiting In Owslo County this weekTho Dunlgan an Moore Co is operating in Owslo County this fallMessrs Green Mor ns Robert Welch and W M Welch hero vlslUng at Tyner Thursday night James II Mooro and mother have IrJlC to Richmond this week o- rbuainesLSorvices at Flat Lick Sat urdv and Sunday conducted by thi Rev J N Culton of Richmond witl a largt attendance There will be an nssoclitlon held at the Fin Ilck church beginning on Friday before tbe first Saturday In September W hope to see a largo crowd present Cattle and sheep are very low In this section of the countryJas H Mooro has purchased a saw mill a- l600Jas M Morgan had the mis fortune ot getting his horeo kicked and his leg broken Jacob Mooro hat purchased tho entire gas works of tho Towles and Dunlgan Co and will ivn It hlmseltL M Mooro is In the horse trading business this fall John Fryo of this place has traded his farm to G W Browning of near AnnvlU and got JGO to bootMr an Mrs J B Blnfiliam of Gray Hawk were visiting Mrs Jane Morris Fri day Suvoral from this place attend the Institute at McKee last weak and report a good time rmiriB- thfS August 1fiTbere was a bad term hero last Tuesday which dam aged the corn crops very much The Sunday School rally at Sextons Creek was almost a failure on account of th steady rain Misses Lizzie Wilson an Mary Rice wore the guests of Mat tie Dalley one night last weekWm Neely has moved to his new house on the head of Buncum CreekSunday School Is progressing nicely at thIs place with a largo attendance Luthei Ilalton Clay County School Superin tendent visited the school at this plaeo last Tuesday It Is n bad mis take about W N Burch not teaching this fall as ho teaches at tho Clark tchool houseMrs Joslo Banks gave tho young folks a social last Sunday night All reported a nice time II H Rico WM tho guest of Nettle Sandlln Sunday last Sudlo Sandtln if Indiana is spending her vacation with her grandmother Mrs Clark jf this placelt Is thought that Mary Hornsby has tho fevorMrs Allco Meseer was visiting at her nieces Mrs Susan Hornsby Monday Clan Marcum of London Is visit inn frlrnds and relatives near Ethel his week Mlsa Bollo Gabbard cf Kversole visited Sunday School hero Sunday Kverot Clark Is building anew dwelling house on his farm and till move to it soon Buck Metealf tad wife of Gray Hawk anti Mrs lames Bnimback of Tyner have been visiting1 relatives at this place for the past week rA It nor Parrot August 30W F Colo Is n adldate for magitrntoJ L lenses illlel n largo rattle snake at W F moles yesterday Fred Cornelius of atirel County was in our midst tandny Pfice Hellard and brother Albert started on a drumming trip Jondaj There was a singing rt Jtorge Gabbards Sunday night mums IIAII Greenhall August 10J A Evans rho has been In Leslie County for everal months working for R B llaney Is visiting his parents tills Continued on fourth rgal LETTERS TO TEXAS Palestine Gabbard Writes to His Son Jako Who Has Gone to Texas ond Written Home for Some Money Sends Branch Ky August 8 1903 My Dear Jackson I wrote you a few days ago to say that we could not ralso enough corn hero lu Kentucky to support a sport lug man In Texas and tolling yoi of my sprained ankle and of John plan to go to Bores rho ankle is still pretty bad and I have been lying awake nights and doing a heap of thinking I hay thought through my own young days when things were rougher and tough ur than they are now I toll you when a man Is awake between mid night and morning seeing star thru hU loft window and hearing little sounds that would not bo noticed a bit in tho day time ho thinks rf things ho dont often think of n the day time and some of them aro riot such very little things either It rid me good like a song or a sennai to remember my mother you novo taw her but once and my father who died when I was twelvo yean old and tho first colt I broke nUll the tint log raft I rode on and thi first three I weut over the divide to see Susie Parsons who bccamo my wife and your mother Well I did not alt down to write tile family history but to keep mj mind off that aching ankle by telllni you some more news items Th biggest U that Johns disease Is spreading As soon as tho children knew that John was going to Bores to school what does Lucy do but say she la going along too Her mother and I had never so much as thought of nueh a thing and of course she cant go but it Is mighty interesting U hear her talk and see how earn est she is Lucy is sixteen and they dont take students at Berea under fifteen anyway Wo had no idea she bad been studying about such things as going off to school EducaUon is not worth no much to girt anyway She would get stuck up and high nradod And then we cant spars her any way you can fix it But all the same it Is interesting to bear the young thing talk Fath or she says I have not done any good a the free school now for moro than a year I am Just going over the things I knew long ago and I cm sure I plague tho teacher by stay lag on there and taking tho time that ought to be liven to titter and all the younger ones And than I WANT to go I have MTV known any young falls but Jut In etrr dis trIo Those are all well cfifWffc but I want to know more tjwin Jnst the fortyone ohttdmi in wr district The way to Whet the bet yons Motile is to go to litre when tbos who think sottstBlac of UietMsive and those who are bound to improve are all going There WM BetUe Sparehttwk says Lucy over on Gave Creek who went to Iterea two years ago and now she la teaching tbc Care Creek school herself and at Senday School abs plays the or gan and at horn she knows how to nuke ever so many rice UtlnsjB that en girls who stay lit home all our lives bad never thought of Mother and I did sec that Spare tMI seemed somehow to belong to an important variety of girl like a gar den rote that seems both stronger and sntotor than a wild rose I guess uluwitlcn doca do for wo men but then Lucy cant go to Be rtaAnd then sho came at us with all kinds of promises If you will semi me to Baron when John goes sho toys Ill pay part of my expenses by munay I have saved up already And I cnn earn part by work that they will give me at the Ladles Hall All tho girls work scmo and those who want to work a good deal and I will work just all I can And you must give mo tho rest And in time not moro than two years I will lo abto to teach school llko Bcltlo and then says Luoy and then I will help my little sister have her chance at school And it seems sho had written a letter to tho Secretary of Bcrca College Mr Wm C Gamble anti ho had sent her a catalog and she show ed us tho pictures of tho great Cliupel and tho Library building whirl Andrew Caneglo gate to tho and tho Ladle Hall whero a huWitd girls have their rooms and sho could oil all ahwt the teachers mid tho studios Just an though slit lord been there I declare I did not know there was n college in the 1 J world where they did so much for the students It seems they have water that comes In iron pipes from I springs In the mountains and a doctor and nurses to take care of any student that is sick anti they teach tho girls how to caro for the sick which Is a mighty good thing in a country like this whore doctors are far oft and folks llvo or die by tho nursing thoy they havo staging classes free And the girls learn to sew and seek At homo girls sometimes dont like to do work that way but Lacy says that at Berea they all Jwt love to do these things beaufo they are taught lust the beet way to do everything Ihit then Lucy of course cant go John is working bard every day and watching his ln s grow I told mother that If thorn was any way to make boys stick to lMlnes and set shut of bad company It was having them studying about education I said Johns disease was spreading In tho family Luey Ills sister las taken It It is plumb contagious for two or three of the Lest boys In the valley seem to have taken It from bm or from somebody at the seine time And those young men that are suing to Berea in September aro A kind of company by themselves So deviltry for them 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