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Digital page images are linked to the text file. +FHi+ 111 11 +HHHt BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager Kntrmalllt r ttojfl vnl Drrra Kii aaavMQ rtow rae matter HI+HI+HJH II 1I+ HIH VOL VII Pivo cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1905 One dollar a year No p TAKE NOTICE That President Prost preaches at tho Tnbomuolo Sunday night That rotors who wore sick or hat flicknoHH in thoir fninllicfl or wore ruglfttrattondn a y Clerks ofllco on Monday Tuesday and Wmlnneday October 80 and 81 and November Ii without cost IDEAS rii e us ihtti tiny wr dully mead wvtmp Ana etc u ItkewUv Last MtrAlHjr tiui M Tint our tour MiiU may MimijUieit at titty ought And Marie not on the IrntU f yetlenlayrhHH Draolc I mn oily one but I amoral I aunol On everything hat I MM do wmellilHgl w hat I CUD tie I wfUt tods And by the gate I wfll tie IN OUR 0 COUNTRY The scope of tho nmimnco In vwligullon grows wider ovary day Inquiryintothe influencing of pohticnl action It seems to have boon n common practice and a recognized ftourco of incumo to venial legislators Secretary Tort on returning fron- Pnnnnta Bays that the usual will II- IIll probability bo built by privoto contract at to inuoli potsyard Ho thiiikn that tho Culolirn cut Rout through the ridge somrntiiig the iatoru slope from tilt western will hale to bo dote by tho government wa nroount of the oxpeuiHi of dispos lug of the debris but ho says oven that will IK contracted if possible TltntnHs W Lawson has sent out J1fngrorBig Three Insurant oomjwuloe Hr proKKoa to secure the proxies of i all insured in those oomptuilw t have tltesw tmule sit to the Commit tpt and by m aiw of these proxies ur iwwors of altoniay to veto stock to thoroughly reorganize the own tMtnitw He onlk attention to tho feet that A year ago he sakl that tho HWII who tiMimgo and omitrol theet rompmiiert hero greftofa- TK Mekt rH who are under Iwler al iiidicUowil charged with illegal aaa Bracy RN training etrr nerve awl raring rtootine to every lerlf- llllhlrrge in ord r to t ars off a trial They slflim wry loudly that they hsvo dome nothing Illegal but if this IB m why should iluqr four to show it in A trial f If they Rte M I innocent of triiulMal action as they claim thoy ohould wtlMaitt an on iitibliaMethinks 1antler the drcuinstmice It is seriously projK ee l to tax ywir1roaidontcity that unlusfl conditions are im proved very sltortly ho will Band n i nieti ago to uongrom oiilling for drastic motisurofl rFROM THE WIDE WORLD Something now in the world liking pluoo in Ittuaia A wlriko is onImi the prinolml railroad linoa bas its origin IRh effort of Social DtiiiMxirnlrt to aotnpol the Emperor to gnmt univur ld onffnige and fompluto political freedom At tilt congress of railroad omployiM re cently in flohsiou at St Petersburg revolutions wore adopted in favor of tinivorwil suffrage political freedom amnesty tho right to organize strikes the liborntion of arrested strikers an eight hour tiny school for tho I employes children tho abolition of IIIlIrtiulow tho railroad gendar merie and oapital punishmont Count Wltto formerly somowhat neglected factor in tho cabals around tho Jiufifiian throne has at last it imporlnlruror rangedhlnlPlUJr The Knioror has li8tonudto tho Counts views with favor itThsl1ld At nay rate it is reported on what seems good authority that Vitte has boon apjKjitilinl promlor with tho portfolio of Minister of Finance There in n chance fur Russia with such a man ut tho holm An agitation is now being con offveto against tho advance of Russia to Constantinople Jnpnuesetreatythere is no reason for further stand ing in thu way of Htitwias ambition Lord Lnntulowno regards too sug gestion with favor t is reported In Vienna that tho powers intend to present an ulti mntum to time Sultan on account of conI disroiardedf monstration 1 THE CITIZEN ONE DOLLAR A LINE Mutual Ufo Pays For Sending Out Favorable Reports to the Press CHAS J SMITH RECEIVED 14000 He Wrote Heports and Submitted Them to Allan Fortnan Owner Telegraphic jfews Bureau Clippings From Paper Throughout the Country Were Shown To Witness In this Legislative Investlga tlon and Identified New York Oct 25At tho seasCon Tuesday of the teglulaUve commit Ueo Investigating Insurance companies the affairs of the Mutual Life Insurance Co were under consideration and It companyrwas paying for the dissemination throughout the country of reports of this Investigation that were favorable to the company Charles J Smith a lietsurance Co to do a large number of things but a month ago was placed In charge of sending out three reports Mr Smith had vted a number of vouchers for the payment of this work and these aggregated 111000 with more WIle to come in He thought the amount to date would reach 14000 Mr Smith wrote these reports and submitted them to ASian Forman who owns the Telegraphic News Bureau I and I a line was paid by the Mutital Life for the service Clippings from various papers about the country were shown to the witness and Identified as the dispatches he wrote and sent to toonot know whether the papers were paid for Inserting them In me dispatch Mr Smith wrote that Mr McCuNys attitude on the stand made a dtetlactiy favorable Im prtssJofl and for this he had to pay ft a MRS This he said was worth it Magazine Advertisements Following Mr Smith Walter Sulli van who has chart of the magasiae advertising department was called n1Mid the MntueJ advertised in IS slats list year at a scat of 41000 Advertising in Ineareno papers cost i shoal IMOM moss but he conk not tell wktrt tile reHwIiHltr of the so I oooHt of HW707 the amount charged up to AdrerttfttsK test year was st Bt OsrNtr In the day Eatery Media took the scnUry of tINt Mutual Ute WM on the staid The entire early aelor of the tiny before reeets was 1lTn over to his sxptaMttons of teoh Httal Insurance Mr MoCMntock prae tloally advocated no taws for the in BNranet eompantos eoteept a certain supervision to glv the reports public Ity He thought the pabHe could take oars of thsMstlvst and that publicity was the beet law Asked how tar this view wea shored in official olroles ho thought he was somewhat of a mis stonsry along that ina I John It liegeman president of the I Metropolitan Uft Insurance Co was examined sad when the adjournment was taken In the afternoon his testi irony was unfinished While looking the startling features of the testimony of some of the other life Insurance presidents who have testified Mr liegemans remarks and explanations were none the loss Interesting espy daily his statement that 876000 was given to the Industrial policy holders of his company last year without any obligation whatever Mr Hogemnn further mid that In eight years his company had voluntarily given to the policy holders 6000000 This was In extended insurance mortuary divi dends and liberalised policies during epidemics floods and fires It was brought out that while the company carried collateral loans I throughout the year none appeared In the annual report on Doaombor 31 I This wag explained by the witness who raid that nil collateral loans were transferred on tho last day of the year I to Vermllyo Co the bankers under I an agreement and were bought back alBln tn January ThIS waa Bono no cording to witness to avoid the horde of applications for call loans from the Wall street district YELLOW FEVER REPORT Two Deaths and Four New Cases at New Orleans on Tuesday Now Orleans Oat 26 Report to 6 p m Tuesday Now oases 4 total 3360 deaths 2 total 347 new tool 1 under treatment 69 discharged 2873 Thv clear record of nearly a week withouta death from yellow fever was broken Tuesday whon by early after noon two had boon made known to the authorities For six days previous not a single case hail resulted fatally The authorities attached no importance whatever to tho breaking of the record Will Appeal Rogers Case Washington Oct 25Mary Mabel Rogers under sentence of death In Vermont for killing her husband was granted loavo to present an appeal be rare tho supreme court of tho United States as a pauper without payment of coats fGALES ON THE LAKES Many Vessels Wrecked or Badly Dam aged With Loss of Life Chicago Oct 21The storm which Thursday night and Friday swept over Northern Lake Michigan Lake Huron and Lake Erie was one of the most severe In recent years As tar as returns are obtainable Fri day night ten vessels haY been com pletely wrecked and 12 to 16 others more or lees severely damaged Twelve lives are known to have boon lostDetroit Mich Oct 2iNine heroes went down with the schooner Minim dosa which sank In Lake Huron Thurs day The hurricane sent mountainous waves to batter to pieces the wooden boat whore eight mon and one wom an tho captains wife were imprls oned The vessel croaked and groaned and timbers snapped The bul works west over The wind hissed through the rigging and sent It piece by piece Into the lake Great seams were opened and water poured Into the schooners hold Ahead tumbled the steal steamer Westmount staunch and able Behind pitched the Melrose a trailer vessel than the Mlnnedosa and faring worse The Mlnnedosa was going to the bottom Bvtryone of the nine human beings aboard her knew It Why should they take others with them Perhaps It cast loose the Mel- rose could save herself Capt Jack Phillips voice rose In command over the howling storm One of the crew held a chirp axe It fell and Ute blow set the Melrose free A few moments later the Mlnntdosn with Its nine heroes and a cargo of 75000 bushels tf wheat lurched to the bottom oft Harbor Beach lake Huron CUNLIFFE CAPTURED He Confessed To Robbing the Adams Express Co of 101000 Bridgeport Ot Oct 3OBdgar George CU nil tt the Adams express employs who disappeared from Pitts berg Pa with 101000 in cash was Hjmburg On his person when arrested the detectives found 80 Bristol Ct Oct W Nearly 80000 of the money stoles by George Edward Ctmllffe October 9 from Ute Adams Express Co in Plttsbnrg was recovered at the home of Joseph W Board man CunUftes brotherinlaw For lust a week the fortune had lain In an old suit cue unknown to Board maR who was holding the valise ex petting Its owner would tall for R aRt day The exact sum found was IlL KSJC Bridgeport Ct Oct 21 The cbanets that the pone will recover nearly the whole of the 101000 stolen from the Atoms Express Co In Pitt burg by Edward 0 CunllfTe who was arrested liar and taken to Ptttsburg stsm bright Friday night tOt was j found In a trunk belonging to a butter In a prominent family st Black Rook ACCIDENTS ON RAILROADS I During the Last Fiscal Year 886 Per sons Killed and 13783 Injured Washington Oat 21During the 12 lIeII5OflItho result of accidents on railroad trains according to a report of the Interstate commerce commission just Issued Comparison with 1WM straws an Increase of 11 killed and 4181 Injured among passengers and employee the Increase In kilted bring wholly among passengers whllo the number of killed shows a decrease colll84onlandcollisions and 168 derailments affected passenger trains The damage to oars onglnos and roadway by these acci dents amounted to 2410671 YELLOW Confidence In the Eradication of the Disease Is WidespreadI Now Orleans p m Monday New cases 4 total I 3305 deaths nono total 435 now foot none under treatment 03 dos I charged 2807 With six consecutive days without a death from the favor and only 03 i caste under treatment the confidence In the eradication of the fever is widespread although there has not been a sign of frost yet Mrs Longworth Denies It Cincinnati Oct 21There la notli ing n it Thero Is positively nothing in It at all This was the reply of Mrs Nicholas Longworth sr when questioned In regard to the rumor or- an engagement existing between Alice i Roosevelt and Congressman Nicholas Longworth i The Weeks Business FailuresINow York Oct 21 Business rail urea In the United States for the week ending October 19 number 178 against 183 last week 227 In tho Hko week of 1904 216 In 1903 and 194 In 1902 In j Canada failures for the week number 31 as against 31 last week Killed His Wife and Wounded Himself Mountain Homo Ark Oot 24 i News reached bore of tho killing of Mrs James Russell by her husband who lives on Dig crook In tho oastern part of Baxter county Russell after ward shot and fatally wounded him J 1e ENTERPRISE RANK Discrepancy In Reports Between I It and a Pit tsburg Bank Led to Its Close MAY BE CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS UnRoll District Attorney Directed to lUke Thorough Investigation Into i Affairs of the Enterprise RtpresentaI 7of the CaseA Plttaburg Oct 25At a late hour TviMay night It was learned that Uaqk Examiner John D Cunningham while making an examination of the Dank of burg N A found a dis crepancy betweon the reports made to Controller of the Currency Illdgloy by the hank of Plttsburg N A and the Battrprlie National bank of Alleghe ny which led to the closing of the latter institution Aetlng Attorney General Hoyt has directed United States District Attorney Jobn M D nkle to make a thor ough Investigation Into the affairs of the Enterprise National bank with a flow to criminal proceedings It tho evidence warrants such a course Jtr Hoyti order means that all the papers and other evidence In the possession of Dank Examiner Cunning Ijam will be turned over at onco to United States District Attorney Don kle and that from now on the legal rtprtWBUUvec of the federal govern mmt will have charge of the case Controller Rldgley Expected NMwUhMaadlng the fact that mall and J elegraph oontlnuo to arrive at the IlOtsI Lincoln for Controller Rldgley h InU not yet arrived In the city but IIArecehlr for the Allegheny Mat Bed Co of which T cashier of tho Entor Pd4 National bank of Allegheny was praeigent was applied for on behalf otW P Trimble Sona Co the largo eM tredltor aril stockholders of the ItlD The petitioners state that attboMh a money masking concern Wpttjltised at 120000 and with plenty Of trw the tragic death of 1U preel ila Clerk bad damaged the com working capital TdkingThe will of T Lee Clark the dead OBflUer dated March 24 1897 was filed by his attorney T P Trimble and after directing that his debts and funeral expenses be patti leaves his atlnr poiceieiofl real and personal to his widow hells T Clerk whom he appoUtta vole executrix The estate will probably go to the closed bank leaving the widow only the Insurance money of which she has received f 40 000 THE WESTERN LIFE A New Development Tangles Up the Companys Affairs Chicago Oct 36The deal for the purchase of the 8000 shares of stook of the Security Life and Annuity Co for 1300000 by the Western Lifo In demnity Co was closed on the day before Uio meeting of the policy hold en of the latter company was to bo held presumably to submit the propo sition to thorn for their approbation or rejection This now development In tho tan gled affairs of tho Western Life In demnity Co was made known by At torney Isaac Mayer when ho appeared for the officials of tho corporation cited before Judge Kohlsnat for contempt The contempt sought to bo shown was thin particular transaction alleged to have boon executed In defiance of an Injunction secured purposely to pro- ven execution of this deal The de tense outlined In court is that tho deal was closed long before tho petition of the policy holders was filed In court RAILWAY STRIKE IN RUSSIA The Trouble Reported Spreading In All Directions St Petersburg Oct 25Tho govern ment resumed railroad service on a few roads Tuesday but under great difficulties The decision of the rail road mon at a melting hero Tuesday night to declare a general strike has immensely complicated tlio problem Moscow Oct 25The strike Is spreading In all directions Yaraslav Nincbl Novogorod Slmblrok Slzrnn Saraloff Voronesb Kharkoff Simfero pol Ekatorlnoslav Kloff and Smolensk are all affected TwentyFive Persons Injured Now Baltimore Mich Oct 25 Twontyfivo passengers were Injured more or less seriously when a south bound passenger car on tho Rapid Transit railway crashed Into a con struction train In the eastern part of this village Land Office Receivers Washington Oct 25 Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock has decided to Incorporate In his annual report a rec ommendation for tho abolition of all positions now hold by land ofllco re- ceIvers There are 110 mon filling such omens 1 hHHHIHiI i n IMHH i1t A Family Newspaper Eight Pages a traowrrrakrenrL tw of U fi I f CAPnvuasuftpwMadooo tSept14 05 t t BANKING IS LARGELY a matter of confidence tN- It will help you and help us to f become acquainted We Invite you to call at any time You may ex tj pect us to talk business We want j to assist you in your inclination to spend less money by cutting off unneceesaryeexpenditures A sav ings account will stimulate that purpose Lets talk it over 1 C shi erI I C who to oe J Youre Invited iuipee44helargest ICOME INLOOKEXAMINECOMPARE and PBIQE Our goods aro all for sale we advertise and encourage home Im and we dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality wdtestify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES I They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 BANNER STUDEBAKER OBELISK OLIVER WAGONSI Everybody saves money by trading a- tWELCHS IIji I 1JI n u oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoo PRICE CUT IN HALFIREVIEW OF REVIEWS tiCOSMOPOLITAN t WOMANS N0M13e COMPANION THE CITIZEN REGULAR PRICE 600 w FOR A LIMITED TIME 325 n We are very fortunate in being able to arrange g magazinestog o byog g 0 offer some of the bestmagazine literature of the day g ooo newal subscriptions the only condition being that these g shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a g o year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma g eoo have the magazines for 2- 25oo g 0o oso o o o osoo THE TITHING MAN IU face was built on the Gotlilo plan And trim was tbe slaro of the tithing man He lived In the old pod auger days When tbe garb was bombazine and balzoi When the candlemold and loom and swifts Were the handiest thing for wedding gifts tn the days when people could not shirk On mute machines the hardest work Out buckled down the long week through To what their hands could find to do With grit and grace and elbow gresee Till Saturday night brought blest release Then off to church on Sunday they Obediently pursued their way At forenoon session and afternoon Heard the Scripture and droned a tune Then eat them down with upcocked head To listen to what the parson said And then was the time when they risked the ban Of the solemn and taeUurntUhlngman Oh the Uthlttg man the Ulhlngman Up at the front hed sit and scan The rugged faces for row on row Like sunflowers turned to Phoebus glow Dut Morpheus dally by Duty balked Now sought hie chance while the parson talked He poked his fingers In listening ears lie stroked down eyelids and calmed the funTill head drooped here and head drooped there Indrr the parsons somber glare Host of them merely quaffed a zip Of the draft that Morpheus held to lip Then yanked their chins and snapped their eyes and stared around with grave surprise Hut others dipped and dipped and dipped Hatching their heads And then they slipped Over the border and under the ban Of that vigilant tyrant the tlthing man Oh the tlthlngvmsn tho tithIngman Foe to slumber Observe his plan Ton U a plump and worthy dame Who is tired by distaff and quilting frame The wearies and worries of six days past Have chased her and caught her In church at last Her lips are open and wafting through Is the soothing whisper of Ookapf fooo The smile on her face is rapt and blest and pits it is she may not rest nut the tlthlngman of callous soul Polres deftly his lengthy pole And the end with Its tlckly rabbits foot Under her nose is softly put And 101 from the blest Lethean shore She is back to her cares and tolls once more But to him who sits on the other side No Huffy touch Is thus applied Ills tollgnarled hands on his lap are crossed Memrles of backbent work are lost And an at once Lila head tips back And his nose like a bugle yelps Aow rakkkl That sound has shocked the sul- Theres a hard round knob on that lengthy pole And the buckles head receives a tunk That brings It down from the clouds ker chunk And eyes that were closed on the things ot earth- Deholding In dreams fair toed for mirth Cuclose alarmed In this solemn place To Mink appeal at tbe frosty taeThat free severe In Its Gothic plan The face of the glowering tlthlngman Jlolmar F Day In Youths Companion Dri and II- i IHV1NO DACHELIER- Axhor of Eben Hoden Darrel of the BteiMd isles Etc- fpoprrtauINtDL5IX 1 IuWilhlDOompaaN CHAPTER XIICOKTIXUKD I had a high notion those days of the duty of a soldier My father ha always told mo there was no greate- glory for anybody than that of a death Somehow the feeling got to b part of me While I bad little fear o- death f I dreaded to be shot like a felon But 1 should be dying for my country and that feeling seemed tp light the shadows When I fell asleep after much worry It was to dream of my three countrymen who had fallen to their faces there by the corn I awoke to tied the guard In our cell and Drl and he whispering together He had come with our breakfast All I want Drl was saying Is a piece of Iron with a sharp end half es long es yer arm He made no answer that big sullen bulldog man who brought our food to us When he had gone Drl lay over and began laughing under his breaath ills thinkers goln Ink a sawmill be whispered Would nt wonder ef It hep Im awake nights lIe was ask In bout tfcet air tew thousand dollars Ef they 11 lot us alone fer three day we 11 be out o here Now you mark my word How I inquired Jest a leetlo Job o Blidln downhill he saM Theres a big drainpipe goes under this cellt the river probIy He say i It s bigger n a barrel We sled our caudle that day nnd walked up and down from wall to wall for exorolse Our hopes were high when we heard footsteps but they fell suddenly for as we listened we could bear the Lamp of a squad of men They came to our cell and took us uputalrs blindfolded as bofor to a bathroom where the uniforms discarded the day of our capt ire were waiting for us newly presioa Our bath ovor they di rected us to put thim on They gave Us new liate tor our own had been lost the night of the wreck covered our eyes and led us through many doors and alleys Into the open aIr It was dark I knew for as we entered a car riage I could dimly see the glow of a lantern hanging ever the wheel Tho carriage went away swiftly on n lovel road We sat knee to knee with two men facing u and not a word was spoken We could tear hoofs falling the rattle of bit and rein the creak of aaddlelealher on rah side of us We must hove gone ft long Journey when the carlage halted They pulled us out roughly and let us t7 threo sups and across a deep veranda A bt11 rang door swung open ft flood of light tell on us filtering to our eyes Entering we could feel a carpet un der us and took a dozen paces or more before they bade us halt Wo heard only the lowspoken order and the soft tread of our feet There was a dead silence when they removed our fetters and unbound our eyes Wo wore standing In a big and sumptuous draw ingroom A company of gentlemen sat near us In armchairs then wero at least a scoro of them Round tables of old mahogany stood near on which were glasses and packs of cards and wlnobottles The young man who sat with the general and answered to your Lordship was approaching me hand ex tended Glad to see you sit down ho said In tho same quiet languid forceful tone I had heard before- It was all very odd Tho guards wero gone we were apparently as free as any ot them- I shall try to make you comforta ble ho said A servant began filling a row of glasses We have hero wine and wit and all the accessories Includ- Ing women I should Introduce you JUMP IT WIIISPBKBD AND TilE UAKU 11ONK3 OF TUB DEAD FINGERS STIHUBD IMPATIENTLY but I have not the honor ot your ac qualutance Let it suffice to say these are my friends ho turned to those who sat about and gentlemen those aro my enemies he added turning to happyaI added lifting the glass without tasting it- Drl sat his brows lifted his hands In his pockets his logs crossed He looked curiously from one to another Horton said his lordship as he sat down leaning lazily on the arm of his chair will you have them bring down the prisoners The servant left the room Some of the men wero talking together In Intones w they were mostly goodlook ing and well dressed Gentlemen said his lordship re ing suddenly Im going to turn you out of bore for a moment theyre a shy lot Wont you go Into the library They all arose and went out of a door save one a told man of middle age half tipsy who begged of his Ludshlp the privilege ot remaining Sir Charles said the young man still lounging in his choir as he spoke In that cold calm tone of his you annoy mo Go at once and ho went They covered our faces with nap heardronegowns a movement our faces were uncovered I roso to my feet for there before me stood Loulson nnd the Baroness do Fcrrc between two guards and bo behind them Louise her eyes covered her beautiful head bent low I could see that slit was crying The truth camo to me In a flash of thought They had been taken after we loll they wore prison ers brought hero to Identify us A like quickness of perception had ap parently come to all We four stood looking at one another with no sign of recognition My taco may have shown tho surprise and horror in me but shortly I recovered my stony calm The ladles were dressed finely with the taste and care I had BO much admired Loulson turned away from me with a splendid dignity and stood looking up at the wall her hands behind her a toe of one shoe tapping tho floor Impatiently It was a pictuio to remem ber a lifetime I could feel my pulse quicken as I looked upon her The baroness stood soberfaced her eyes looking down her fan moving slowly His lordship rose and came to Lou ise Come now my pretty prisoner It Is disagreeable but you must forgive me bo said She turned away from him drying her eyes Then presently their beauty shone upon me Grace nu deli she exclaimed a great Joy In her eyes and voice It Is Msleur Bell Sister baroness It Is Mslcur Boil I advanced to meet her and took her hand klssbg It reverently She covered her face her hand upon my shoul der and wept in silence If It meant my death I should die thanking God I knew or thought 1 knew that she loved me Ah yes It Is Msleur Bell poor fellow said Loulson ccmlng quickly to me And you ruy dear you aro Mamselle Louise She spoke quickly In French as If quite out of patience with the poor diplomacy of her sister I knew It was you for I saw tho emerald on your finger she added turning to me but I could not tell lice 1 am glad I am delighted that abe I spoke to mo 1 said I desired to save the fair girl whose heart was over as- a childs any sorruw for what sho had dono I woe about to speak myself It Is so great a pleasure to see you all I could not longer endure silence They mado us prisoners they bring us here Oh mslour It is torrl ble said the baroness And ho Is such a horriblelooking monkey add Loulson Do thoy treat you well I asked We havo n big room and enough to cat It Is not n bad prison but It Is one terrible plaso sold tho baron ess There hi a big wall wo cannot go beyond It And that hairy thing He is In lovo with Louise He swears he will never lot us go said Louteon In a whisper as she came close to mo un lees she will marry him Ah a teaparty said his lordship coming toward us Pardon the Interruption I have promised to return these men at nine It Is now 10 minutes of the hour Ladles I wish you all a very good night lie bowed politely They proseed my hand leaving me with such anxi ety in their faces that I felt it more than my own peril Loulson gave me a tender look out of her tine eyes and the thought of it was a light to iny tjil in many an hour of darkness ic gad seemed so cool so nonchalant I was surprised to feel the tremor in t r nerves I know not words to say vnen Louise took my band Forgive me goodbyl said she It was a faint whisper out of trem ang lips Have courage I called as they went away- I was never in such a fierce tempera when after they had gone above airs I could liar ono of them weeps Drl stood quietly beside 1110 his a mi folded What ye goln t dew with them air Morn n he asked turning to the jong man I beg you will give me time to consider said his lordship calmly as he lighted a cigarette There was a quick move In the big tower of bone and muscle beside me I laid hold of Drls elbow and bade him stop or I fear his lordships drawingroom his lordship and our selves would presently have had some need of repair Four guards who seemed to be waiting In the hall en tered hurriedly the shackles In hand No haste said his lordship more pleasantly than ever Stand by and watt my orders- D yo wan t know what I think o rout said Drl looking down at him his eyes opening wide his brow wrinkling Into long furrows I make a condition said his lordship do not flatter me Yer Jest a lowlived mtable wuth letS pup said Drl Away with them sold his lord ship flushing the ashes off a cigar otto as ho rose and walked hurriedly out of the room CHAPTER XIII The waiting tiara laid bold of em In a twinkling and others came crowd ing the doors They shackled our hands behind us and covered our eyes again Dark misgivings of what was to come Ailed me but I bore all In silence They shoved us roughly out of doors and there I could tell they wero up to no childs play A loud Jeer burst from the mouths of many as wo came staggering out I could hear the voices of a crowd Thoy hurried us Into a carriage We demand the prisoners a man shouted near me Then I could her them scuflllng with the guards who 1 doubt not wore doing tholr best to hold them back In a moment I knew the mob had possession of us and thesoldlcrs were being hustled away Drl sat shoulder to shoulder with me I could feel hU muscles tighten I could hear the cracking of his Joints and grinding of tho shacklechain Judas Prr1cstt he grunted straining at tho Iron Two men leaped Into the carriage There was a crack of the whip and the horses went off bound ing We could hear horsemen all about us and wagons following I had a stout heart in me those days but in all my lifo I bad never taken a ride so little to my liking We wont over rough roads up hill and down for an hour or more- I could seo in prospect no bettor des tination than our graves and indeed I was not far wrong Well by and by we came to a town somewhere God knows where I have never seen It or known the name of It or oven that of the prison where we were first hrmured I could tell It was a town by tho rumble of the wheels and each echoing hoofboat The cavalcade was all about us and now and then we could hear the sound of voices far behind Tim procession slowed up horsemen Jammed to the left of us tho carriage halted I could hoar foot steps on a stono pavement You re late said a low voice at the carriage door Its near eleven Lot o fooling with the candidates said one of the horsemen quietly Everything ready- Everything ready was the answer The carriage door swung open Wo got out here said one of the men who sat with us I alighted On each side ot me some body put his hand on my shoulder I could see tho glow of a lanternlight close to my face I knew thero was a crowd of men around but I could hear nothing save new and then a whisperWall Ray said Drl who stood by my side hot stlddy n dont be scalrt Do as they toll ye a stranger whis pered In my ear No matter what t is do as they tell ye They led us Into a long passage and UP a steep flight of wooden stairs I 1 have learned since tarn It was a bntM Ing equipped by a wellknown secret soilety for its initiations We wont on through a narrow hall and up a winding flight that seemed to me Interminable Above It as we stopped the man who was leading ico rappod thrice on n rattling wooden door It broke tbo ttllcnco with a loud echoing noise I could hoar then tho sliding of a panel and a faint whisper lug and the sound of many foot as cending tbe stairs below Tits door swung open presently and we were led In whore I could see no sign of any light They took me alone across a wide bare floor where thoy set me down on tome sort of platform and loft me as I thought Then I could hear the whispered challenge at the door and one after another entering and crossing the bare floor on tiptoe Hundreds were coming In It seemed to me Suddenly n deep slleneo fell In that dark place of evil Tho blind fold went whisking oft as It a ghostly hand had taken IL But nil around me was the darkness of a pit I could see and I could hear nothing but a faint whisper high above me like that of pine boughs moving softly In a light breeze I could feel the air upon my face I thought I must have moved out of door by magic It seemed as if I was sitting under the trees alone Out of the black Silence an Icy hand toll suddenly upon my brow I flinched feeling it move slowly downward over my shoulder I could hear no breath- Ing no rustle of garments near me In the dead silence I got n feeling that the haRd touching me bad no body behind it I was beyond the reach ot fearI was In n way prepared for anything but the deep heartshaking horror that sank under the cold damp touch of those fingers They laid bold of my elbow firmly lifting as It to Indicate that I was to rise I did so moving forward passively as it drew me on To my astonishment I wait unable to hoar my own footfall or that of my conductor I thought we wore walking upon soft earth Crossing our path In front ot me l could see In the darkness a gleaming line We moved slowly standing still as our toes covered It Then suddenly n light flashed from before and below us A cold sweat came out upon me t staggered baok to strong hands that wero laid upon my shoulders forcing me to the line again By that flash ot light I could see that I was standing on the very brink of some black abyss Indeed my toes had crossed the edge ot It The light came again flicker Ing and then settling Into a steady glow The opening seemed to have a grassy bottom some 10 feet below Is front of me the soil bristled on that lower level with some black and pointed plant there were at least a score of them As I looked I saw they were not plants but a square of bay onots thrust points up In the ground A cone came out of my hot mouth and then a dozen yokes mocked It going fainter like a dying echo A tall figure In a windingsheet its fare covered was leaning over me To hesitate la to die It whispered Courage may save you Thea a skehHon band cares out of the windingsheet pointing down at the square of bristling bayonets Tire figure put IU month to my oar Jump U whispered and the bare bones oi the dead fingers stirred Im patiently ITO Be CentbitMd A Question of Knoivlriljic Two men la Kansas City were bar lag a heated argument concerning the location of a certain theater In New York city The one Insisted that the house stood on lower Broadway while the other was equally confident that It was up town Finally tho first man becoming angry exclaimed Perhaps you think you know more about New York than I dot How often have you boon there Once was the epi grammatic reply Well exclaimed the other In triumph Ive been then five different Umes and I ought to know more about it than you do The vanquished one was silent for a moment Presently he spoko with a smile on his face How long did YOgI stay In New York on each of tho five visits you made The other scratched his head a moment bcforo replying and said Well each time I was there for two or three days How long did you stay on the only visit you made Seventeen years was the calm reply That ended tho conversation Sunday Magazine Gladstone JUt tu Tip Mr Gladstones hatred of tipping wrltea a correspondent was not only shown In his avoidance of the custo whenever possible but also In the smallness of the gift when ho found the custom too strong for him At a private hotel In Brighton where Mr Gladstone had stayed for the weekend one of tho diningroom waiters who had served Mr and Mrs Gladstone gives as one of his reasons for voting against Liberal candidates at local elections the fact that Gladstone only gave mo a shilling For this Insult the Liberal party lost one vce Pro mires will have to be very careful that they tip wisely and well Londot Chronicle nnlled tip John Lund former president of tin Norwegian house of parliament and a delegate to tho recent Internationa peaco congress can wrllo English very well but occasionally makes a nils tale In rhetoric and the pronunciation of words lIe made n rather funny break in responding to tho address of elcomo given by Secretary Ha Mr Jund was referring to tho actor of the United States In promoting the universal peaco movement As h strove to bring out the point of his argument he said And last but not least first of all we must interest all nations as much as the United State has been interestedArgnrau6 OUR BOYS AND GIRLS A HOMEMADE TOY Pump Which Will Work and Which Any Doy Handy with Toots Can Make Every boy likes to use tools and the more Interesting and Instructive the thing Ii tIle more they like It j Here are the directions for making a I working pump ouch part of which can be seen doing Its parlteuVir work Buy an ordinary temp chimney cost log a few cents and a foot of glees tubing having a Iran of about one quarter Inch says the Chicago Inter Ocean Then get a rattailed file a little spirit of turpentine and with plenty of patience begin to lie the hole far the noule of Ute purer 1Ic 1A Rub the Ale slowly backward and forward across the glass nalng the turpentine ai a lubricant When you have made a small hole then Insert the thin end of the file and work It round and round again using the turpentine till tho glees tub Ing will just fit I Next let two torb one that will fit tightly far the bottom of the bar rol and one that fits loosely to work I up and down ai the ptMan Inside tow PUMP AKD WOMlUKG PARTS barrel More beat email carefully with a redhot treat skewer I llsa a round plow of Stick for the piston rod eat a narrow groove on- I each aide of It for sheet as leek sad also across the bottom of It for the I laIIare made of thin leather I I with a little Sap nad I 01plDI111 IThe bore a bole with a knktlag needle Into the piston cork for the wire which should he Ave or fix Inches In length Put each sad first- through the corP ns at U and C I Pig t Pull till It touches the bottom of the cork this will not stop topIand the lat lash or two of wire will fit In the groove on each site of the stick rintoh off by tightly wrapping around It some fine string Theo I wrap a little knitting wool aroujul the platen cork With a threecornered file make a little crack In the mlddio of the tub lag dividing It iota halves bending one part in Ute gas name for the noz xlo which should be fixed In wllh af little giant or Portland cement or If you use sealing wax heat both tbe glass and the wax or It will not stick Place the piston In the barrel then fix tho lower cork In Its place put In the other pleoo of tubing firmly fixing It with scaling wax and the ma chine Is reedy to work I LITTLE BLACKBOARD PUZZLE Can You Do the Problem Which Miss Sweetlythlngs Gave to Her Scholars F Now said Mliw Sweetlythlngs I want you to divide the number 48 Into four parts in such a way that each part will make the same number TO DO THE PLZLE IohtYIia to tho first part subtract two from the second part multi ply the third part by two and divide the fourth part by two That sounded a little hard but It wasnt really See If you can do IL Boston Globe THE OLDEST DOLL It Was Drought to This Country by William Penn in tho Ship Canterbury f Long long ago when Wllltaui fend salted front Hoslaud on his second visit to America what do you think he brought with him on the good ship Canterbury An Hngllsh doll This pas senger is the sole survivor ot st voyage across the Atlantic whichfooU fciuU over 900 years ago William Penu had a little daughter sassed LetlUa Letitia heard her father tell wonderful tales of what he saw and heard In Pennsylvania on his Ant visit to this country thousands of miles die tent trout LetlUas horse He often told her about little Ally Itankin who living as she did In the wilderness of Penn sylvania for this was long ago remem ber bad no toys at all not even one rag doll Whoa LetlUas father was set ting ready again to crow the ocean to America his little girl Insisted upon sensing a doll to that lonesome little girt lo a doll was dressed In a court cos time ot striped and delicately tinted brocade sad velvet The skirt was held out by enormous hoops branch was the fashion of the welldreeted ladies ot that period The doll Itself Is 10 inches I high nail has the long waist and slender form of the court beauties she left In her native land This doll lives In Montgomery count Md In the strictest seclusion She U only removed from her careful wrap pings whoa little girls desire the bonot of Making the acquaintance of tbe old est doll In America Inter Ocean HOW TO SAVE A BOOK Directions for Coveting A Paperered Volume So ae to Make It last There comes a time when every boy or girt has soma cherished book he m eke would like to preserve lest cannot do no very well because the rover Is of paper If the brook had a Rood sloth binding It could be easily saecAtv bet with only a paper rover it ls a hard Matter to keep It from coming to pieces If much bandied It Is very easy to make a mod stltt doth Wading by the means of glue cardboard cheesecloth or muallnand JL little Ingenuity says the Chicago Inter Ocean Klrst PIt the exact else of the book Them procure n peer hoard box and nit from It two rovers oae smarter irk larger all around than ICOVE rI u iU I ICOVER TUB COVER AND THK BODE tho edges of the book except at the back where they should be even Now cut oneeighth strip oft each ot the backs and then lay them on the pleco of cloth each oneeighth inch farther apart than the thickness of the vol umo which Is shown by dotted tines VlK 1 Cut the cloth around the coven leaving one und onehalf Inch margin Paste the cloth to the covers In this position and then turn them over the margin which Is also pasted down smoothly Cut a third piece of card board the same size as the back of tho volume Paste this to the cloth and when all parts are thoroughly dry gluo the back of tho volume firmly to the pasteboard back as shown In Fig 2 If the paper cover of the book still remains you can cut it out neatly and paste It on the front side of the bind- Ing as shown and tho same can be done with the 11ft per title back both parts being removed of course before tho pasting is done Thus If you pick out n color of cloth that Is harmonious with tho color and design of the paper cover you will have quite as attractive looking a volume as you would find at tho book store for double the money yours cost Smart Doy Will you ploaso open this gate for me said a youngster to a gentleman who was passing along tho street In a suburb of London The gentleman did so Then he said kindly Why my boy couldnt you open the gate for yourself Because said the youngster the paints not dry yet Look at yout hands H11 H41i1- HBereaTeacbers r J iHClub Annum ALL urrriM roll rUBVJCATIOK TO C D IWI 1IKHKA Ky T1t41Ehhleaves and the Fire Cool lays arc hero now and In tho morning children crowd around tho fire to worm tova and fingers boo fore beginning oho work Teachers have you ever thought of asking them or any one else whom tho heat of tho firo cornea from If not nsk it now and lot us see what tho nuswor will bo It comes from the wood of course but how and why Those nro tho questions Evory child in school knows that thoro must Ira air admit t tod to time stove before fire will burn BO wood and air must bo the things that make tho heat But it is not all of tho air for if you put n candle into n glows jar or bottle light it and close up tho vessel it will burn for n while anti gradually go out Yet jarWhat this Tho wood has in it a substance called carbon not in a pure state but combined with other things In the air thoro is a largo amount oda gas oxygen which unites with this carbon When those two things unite they produce heat and two now substances tho gas which wo ell carbonic acid or carbon dioxide anti water These pass from the stove into tho air and with tho un consumed carbon make what wo cull moko Iuesiionbuckcomo from Wan tho heal created I by tho Onion of these two substances Far from it Hoinember what was said n tholeaves as sun thine traps somd Wltka01JU mad the secret is almost green coloring uponbydioxido from the air with water which has como up from the soil and forms starch II It is tho heat energy of the sun you w that lays this It hUM been used up in doing ln work This starch pasfwn down tho stein of the plant and is formed into tho wood of treeNow whon tho wood burns what silo done In the leaf is undone Tho Hiibntanco which was there formed breaks up andtroy have tho three things that formed it water and carbon dioxide Will going up the chimney anti tho lital of the ansi coming out from the atone to teem I our horde It is wouuerfull The heat of the sun that full upon tho loaves of an trappedbythis tnorniuhto warm us and cook our it is just as true as that tho force n boy puts into tho I spring ofa steel trap stays there until tho trap is sprung and then catches Bud holds tho animal Fun ud Business Kniokor How do you liko your now preacher f Fine ho has elevated thought and a subway voice If you want to get good warn Winter Clothing for n littlo money go to tbo Now York Clothing Store on Depot street Uorea Ky Theres no use in my joining the sewing circle said tho new resident I really cant sew at till Oh but you can talk persisted tho caller with the invitation You nro invited to call and see the died and Cheapest Clothing on earth high grade Sanitary Pawn Brokers Wool Overcoats Coats and IIIall Odd Coats Ladies Sacks Skirts Suits etc at tho Now York Clothing Store on Depot Street Borcn Ky G D HOLUDAT Pnor The Song of the Hair There are four verses Verse 1 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Versc2 Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair The chorus is sung by millions IbadnrythinImprovedInIhe peal ten yearMee U DuuxtlOKD Newark W J H1 0 Made O ICua3o 1ofu yers SARSAPARILLA PILLS CMWfiV PECTORAL r BASE HITS Frank Dunn tho owner of tho Des ton Nationals says he will have a great team In Boston next year Ton Walker Is tho only Cincinnati player who has not made an error this year Joe Kclley has only made two In thirtyfive games 1Ycd Tenney says that the spit ball Injured Wllhelmii delivery to that ex tent that he requested him to omit It from his baseball repertory Hrooklyu won five games out of sixteen from Now York this year Lust season the series stood nineteen to three In favor of the Hauls Dave Drain batted for about 2150 while with St Louis It Is a good wa ger he will add ninny a point to that figure while with the Plltaburgn Shortstop Abnttlchlo whose cnrly seasons performance with the stick was very poor Is now lacing tho leads er haul for Tciincys Boston tribe Hiimlow Merles New York Nation all has Improved n good deal In hU batting lately sixteen safeties In nine games nnd his bitting hits been timely tooGraham the outfielder loaned to Scranton by tho Now York National league club recently jumped to tho Al toona team of the Trlstnte league tine a day later lumped back to Scranton Frank Bowermau of the New Yorks Is being praised as a man of steel IIII opposition to McGlnnltyB Iron man sobriquet because he refuses to get out of the game even when be is badly hurt i THINGS THEATRICAL John Drew Is at his country place on long island Wilton Lnckayes tour In The Pit Is to take bin as far west as Semi ors 1111 1lO Katherlne Florence will be Nat Good wins leading woman In The Beauty and the Barge Miss jfay Hobsou has been engaged by Cbarlui Krohuiau for the support of Fraud Wllsou Pauline Hall goes buck to her early love the comic opera stage next son son Some lies written bur own play William Collier triumphed so Hlgnal ly In loudim that he will play Tlie Dictator all sumniur at the comely theater WlllUm Gillette Is flnlxliUiicr n nuew play In I inJon and on his rotnrn will take a cruise on his house boat the Aunt Polly Mary Mary Quite Contrary is the title of Henrietta Crosmans new comedy for next Hoauon lloxtoii will be the first large city visited Ada Hflmii Is to remain under the Shuburt management She U to appear III George Bernard Shawa comedy Captain Brnssbounds Conversion CURIOUS CUlLINGS During a recent warm week In Mu nich WOOO gallons of beer wore con turned au average of two and a halt gallons to every man woman anti child In the city George Dcmholm a wealthy Edin burgle stockbroker cut hta throat at Mcadowflokl Durham anal than nYII minutes before This death lit n rotto and smoked It The owner of a house In a London uburb altered the number 13 to 12A The borough authorities objected and though he pleaded that ho could not let i bouso numbered 13 they made him replace the 13 on the door Tho Instinctive droire for bird flesh icems to have been overcome to nu nstonlitblng degree by a Itlchmond Me kitten which was seen tho other day tenderly dropping toad Into tho wide stretched mouth of a young robin which bad fallen from Its nest to the ground THE ROYAL BOX Tho sultan of Turkey has ordered 700 Persian dresses for his wives Queen Victoria used to be proud of the drops of Stuart blood In her veins yet It Is said tint she had a smaller proportion of the fluid than many n foreign royalty Queen Helena of Italy Is regarded by her subjects as altogether too eco nomical Her majestys annual allow ance Is about 3000000 buTlt Is mild she has actually appeared In a gown a year old The shahs hotel bill for his recent short stay In tho Lcmbcrg amounted to jK000 says the Wick Novy A spe cial kitchen In which to prepare Per alan dishes had cost L71 The bill was disputed and eventually settled for I1WO RUSSIA It ls plain that Russia Is more of a sand heap than a powder magazine Sparks In plenty have fallen Into It of late but It has not Ignited Montreal Herald The Cossacks will very likely remain to the end stanchly and mechanically loyal They are too low In tho scale of human development to be anything else Providence Journal The price of peace Is unofllclally fixed at 1000000000 and Its only external peace at that What would the czar give for peace and quiet In Russia Philadelphia Inquirer THE SMART SET Members of the New York smart set have been paying tribute to a smarter set Washington Poet It seems that the patron of certain society publications has two shows for lila money Ho Is permitted to pay for the Insertion of his name or its ex hniw Dnroth NewsTribune Delphines Choice Dy INA WRIGHT HANSON I Copyright linn by L VI Union I Throwing down my paper I started in search of Delphlno She was getting into her auto car with Jerry the crooked backed He was of no more conse quence than a pot dog except that his mind In his poor ugly lK dyWns like tho pearl In tho oyster shell so lie wan more entertaining and besides being n mental genius Jerry could sing Ye powers How ho could slug Delplilne I began abruptly In Holland they have four Sundays In No vember you dont sny raising slander hands in exaggerated surprise Do you mippoae they over have five Listen Four Sundays known as Review Deolslon Purchase and Post KOHslpu On Itovtaw Sunday all the un uinrrlcd won and women go to church look nt one another but dont speak How silly remarked Dolphlue On Decision Sunday each man who wants a wlfo bows low before tho maiden of his choice and by her re spouse he judges of her feelltiga toward him- Delphlne tittered On Purchase Sunday lib nskes her parents consent and on Possession Sunday they appear as actual or pro spective brides and grooms I am telling you because I was onco foolish enough to promise not to ask you to marry me I beg to remind you that next Sunday Is Decision Sunday the Hcconil In November also that there is more tlinn one way to kill a cat Delplilne regarded me with amuse ment Dick I think you are tho silli est over she laughed as she and the auto and Jerry went spelling away- I looked after them the girls lithe young figure with the blue veil streaming out In the stiff sea breeze and Jerrys pathetic form beside her Jerrys voice was intnle Itself anti Jer rys handsome eyes could speak more eloquently than a hundred tongues Dut what had I to fear from a crooked tackThat evening my egotism was slight ly Jarred Hathaway of the blond IIMd and the big heart Joined me on the porch Hathaway was bubbling over wllh something too good to keep After five minutes conversation I learned that Mtas Delphlno had once snore made him promise that ho should not court her and that today she had told him an Interesting tale of how the won of Copenhagen or South Africa or same other darned place got their wives And why should she tell him nil that unless she was hinting to him of mi honorable way to break an un willing promise Why Indeed I thought wrathfully ns later sad alone I brooded over the matter tearing Hathaway and a doz en others to dnnco with Dolphlne at the casino I lied other fish to fry and I was going to fry them good and brown too At past my plans were perfected Hastening to time raslna I buttonholed the reluctant Hathaway and finally ca joled him Into doing what I wanted Times wo limited up and explained to ton other fellows who with one ex ception entered merrily Into the scheme lint hang It Dick protested the exception Im already engaged Dont worry Jenkins consoled Hathaway Sho will accept Dick or me I know It wont be Hathaway 1 am cure I said shamming a confidence I did not own On Sunday morning when Delphlno and Item father came out of church their astonished eyes beheld twelve men lined up neur tho red auto Twelve Aye thirteen for Jerry with smiling lips and weary eyes stood with us Wo bowed as one man before her and unmindful of the blaring congre gallon time girl responded with a quaint littlo courtesy Delighted to ace you she said cor dially Papa will you Invite the gen tlemen to dlno at the hotel with us Bewildered looking papTfcprnplled and Dttlphlne motioned Jetty to enter tho car Dont see that anybody gained more than anybody else grumbled Hatha way as wo followed tho autos wake Kxcopt Jerry grinned Jenkins At tho dinners close Dclpblucs father told us that thoy were going home They were tired of tho gay resort You fellows come over and dlno with us at Tho Oaks next Sunday ho said genially Wo accepted with alacrity glad to carry out the remnlnder of the pro gramme In the confines of a homo in stead of a hotel and every mothers son of us was at tho gate of The Oaks at 1 oclock on the next Sunday Pur clime Sunday tho third In November Wo decided that after dinner would be the best time to approach Delphlnes father You have to go first Hathaway youre the biggest said ono of the boys Lets draw lots for our places suggested Jenkins- I did draw number one darned 1I didnt exclaimed the big fellow SeI en Is tho best Who has the lucky seven Tho crooked backed held up the meg ic number Dont lose any sleep over It boys he said mockingly You never for a moment supposed that I was In the running did you I followed along at first Just to see tho fun but Im out nowGoing up the palm lined drive ha and I tell behind the others Dont desert us now Jerry I said absently my mind conning my request before Delphlnos father Do you think Id have tho face to ask her to burden her splendid young life with mo ho demanded fiercely She seems to favor you I von tured feeling thirst I lend to any some thingThe sweet tender pity of liar would give more attention to the woin ted dog than the well bodied one he nn Bwered with Infinite pathos 1 dJ know u man once whoso hotly wax ubath as mine and tic was married to II saint and the father of lovely children I couldnt dream of burdening Del phone though even IfMy pity for i oor Jerry was forgotten at DclphlnoH welcome Surely there was nn answer to my warm pressure of her little hand surely her dark eyes hold in their roguish depths a glean of lovo I not beside her at tho table too with Hathaway nt her left I remember what he had snldIt will be Dick or me Hathaway looked too complacent for my comfort though Dclpliltien rater look the conversa tion pretty much Into his own linndH As wo ate our soup ho talked of u Dyifk or Borneos betrothal ciutonis then he wont from ono foreign peopli to another Jerry meanwhile holpliu him out with a gay suggestion or n bOIIJUttoIt We would rather look nt Delplilne gray gowned with a crimson rose at her throat and a chaplet of autumn loaves in her hair As the coffee was served her clear voice took up the conversation You left out the prettiest of them all pipn she said smiling at him the custom of the Yao Midas a Bur meseTnrtiir i coplc They woo only by music The suitor sits under a desire tree and plays his favorite Instru meat As time girl of his choice approaches ho plays louder and with more feeling If she pass by he realizes hind she will have none of him but should she stop and lay n flower upon whatever Instrument he Is play lot he knows that he line won her Hum grunted her father as we rose from time table Dolphluo and her guests went to the veranda while the man In whose hands lay our fate went to his library Presuntly Hathaway with a very red face slipped in Ho came out with a swagger that rondo me want to punch his blond head Next was Jenkins who come out looking seared I dont sew how she can accept more than one of us I thought When lilY turn cameto twelfth I found Dolpulues rater looking ox eeedlngly bored Permit mo to say that 1 think you fellows are a pack of fools he re marked pleasantly However I am Instructed to say that you nay have her and bless you uiycblldren Dlazy with joy I was staggering tram the room wlienho observed dryly Bach of you bOil tho same answer so youre welcome to what encourage snout you can get A band slap sure enough What next After I joined the others Jerry out under the groat oaks Began to sing See tho Tao under his desire tree remarked Jenkins nervously Time song was a hove song of renuu ciation with weird words and wild melody Ye lovers bow that cripple sang As tho marvelous voles died away Delph hit sobbing ran down the steps Snatching the crimson rose from liar throat she knelt before Jerry and bOlt it to his lips We heard tile toys exclamation then Dclpblne cried out something and put her own sweet mouth in tho place of the rose It wee Hathaway who broke time spoil Wevo lost fellows ho muttered huskily Jerry was in tho running after all Wouldnt It Jar You I Once W G Gibson then editor of Puck took luncheon with Oi per tile cartoonist at his home In Bensonhurst The host and his guest were smoking postprandial cigars on time veranda when Mr Opper became convulsed with laughter at the sight of one of his puppies tearing to pieces Mr Gib sons hat Gibson was Inclined to harsh measures but Opper reminded him that tho dog was only a puppy that knew no better and the editor be Camp resigned When Gibson rose to leave Opper offered him the cholco of all lea hats I dont need one returned the guest It was your hat not mine The humor of the situation did not strike the comic artist at once but later he made use of the Incident In one of his celebrated series Now Wouldnt It Jar You tho question being If your dog tore up what you thought was your neighbors hat and you found It was your own wouldnt It Jar you Everybodys Magazine Slndbnd Alleged Prototype The story of Slndbad the Sailor Is be lieved to owe a good deal to the legend of St Brendan the Kerry saint whose day Is May 10 According to the legend st Brendan sailed the ocean for seven years In search of the Ulaud that had once been Adams Eden During that time he regularly revisited the Island of Sheep where the sheep are as largo as oxen the Island of Birds that are really fallen angels and another Island which Is wally a big fish named Jas con trying to get his tall Into Lila mouth St Brendan used to encamp on the fish on Easter tiny and go on to the birds on Easter Monday Ho found the Eden Island at last but no ono has seen It since though It appeared on seventeenth century maps and In- an eighteenth century treaty between Spain and Portugal Probably Irish monks took this legend with them to the east In the ninth century London chronicle I SaRa BAKER Dentist I Oman Over Printing Once BEREA KY Oilioo hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted 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us tour tub MripUoni will receive TIll emits tree for one year I Institutions of Learning i Today In the United States two radically different plane for the support and conduct of higher institutions of learning are In process of development the one that of the private university Abo other the university supported and controlled by the state The first finds Its notable examples mainly amongst tho older universities of the east the second in the universities of the central and western states writes Henry S tFritchett In Atlantic While these last are younger their growth has been sapid not only In the number of their Instructors and students but In tacit lies and in Income A table which fol lows contains In condensed form cer 4aU data concerning these two groups of universities which are suggestive and which show how nearly comparable to for as material considerations meas tire equality these two groups of lust tutions have become The comparison shows that In the six older universities of the eastern states 1938 teachers ore Sealing with 18498 students at an an nual cost of a little more than 5000 000 while In the six western state uni versities a somewhat smaller number of teachers Is dealing with a student body larger by 2000 at a cost of a little more than 4000000 The first student group Includes but few women the second a considerable proportion of women In Slumber of Instructors in number of stu dents and in amount of annual Income the second group is rapidly gaining on the first Aerial Navigation According to the most uptodate and successful aeronaut of the century A Roy Knabenshue all hope of success fully navigating the air In a practical and useful way may as well be aban doned Speaking from experience ho raid I am ready to state positively that the airship In general never will be a success I believe it Is now at the height of Its achievement After telling of certain requisites and what be had accomplished he went on to stato the reasons for his conclusion The first is Above 15 miles an hour the pitch is so great that one cannot ride There Is no way to con trol this as we cannot mako a vacuum of the currents we meet above the Jower levels The second reason lies In the weight I have built this as light as It can be done and still be pro pelled I am tired of all this twaddle about aerial navigation I know that It has no future from my own experi ence Dreamers have tried for ages to make something of their theories but nil have failed and will fall I am about to give up the profession and buy a farm This Is good sense but others will continue to dream and fail Do not hypnotize yourself with the Idea that you are being kept down Do not talk such nonsense advises Success Magazine Nobody of any sense would believe it People will only laugh at you Only one thing Is keeping you down and that is your self There is probably some trouble somewhere with you Of course there are employers who are unjust to their help there are Instances In which em ployes are kept back when they should be advanced but they usually find their level somewhere American Inventiveness shows no decline according to the report of the United States patent commissioner who announces that the past fiscal year was the busiest one ever known in his office The patent office is more than selfsupporting the fees on patents enabling It to turn back money into the treasury It Is Interesting and pathetic that the volume ot poems which Mrs Payne ZVVhltney has just Issued was to haveI fceca a surprise to her father the late John Hay In connection with the recent con test for supremacy In India between Curzon and Kltcbener an English writer recalls this saying of the fa mous Shlekh SaadI the Persian philosopher and poet Ten dervishes canI dwell In peace on one rug but two princes cannot live in pne empire Another embezzler who escaped to Mexico years ago is sending back the money to cover his defalcation and pay all of his creditors Is It possible this thing Is to become a fad HEROES ON SINKING SHIP Japanese Maintained Their Reputa tion for Bravery When the Hlkotin Sank A recent cablegram from London says The Dally Telegraph has received the following dispatch from Its correspond ent at the Japanese naval base at Sase bo under date of September 13 the mes sage having been delayed In transmis sionThe burning of the battleship Ml kosa waS attended by many heroic Incidents There was not one but a series of explosions some loud like the slmul taneous reports of many heavy guns others dull and muffled Immediately after the first of these great sheets of flame seemed to envelop the ship U was a moonlight night added to which all the warships and land stations turned searchlights upon the scene This concentration of light together with the glare ot the conflagration made It pos sible to witness many heartrending spectacles from shore and also material ly assisted the work of rescue Boats were lowered In nil directions The sur vivors gallantly rowed about although they themselves were suffering from many Injuries and succeeded In saving numerous lives I Your correspondent could see the work of rescue as clearly as If It were proceeding In daylight The water rushed in through a hole In the port side of the ship and the Mlkasa settled down Nearby a transport lying at anchor said to be the Kalkoku Mam was somewhat i damaged by the fire which spread put on each side of the battleship Among the bodies picked up that night were those of Lieut Mamakl three gunners six sailors and six engineers belonging to the Mikasa and eight or ten corpses of men from other warships U Is bettered that as the damage can easily be repaired the flagship will 89 be raised nI Damn Yamamoto minister of rine has made the following authorita tive statement The burning of the Mikasa Is a mat ter of great moment Th real cause can not be ascertained until the ship is re floated Wild rumors in circulation that the Incident Is due to discontent in the navy with reference to the peace terms are as absurd as they are false Such a thing Impossible In a disciplined natty Yesterday a conference of naval officers assembled at my residence and all agreed that an accident must be the muss I have appointed a commission atthe head of which Is Vice Admiral MIsu to investigate the calamity also the conduct of the and second In ITheThe Mlkasas guns are now being re moved from the ship preparatory to rats ing herto PARALYSIS AFFLICTS DIVERS Makes Them Helpless Out of Water But Doesnt Affect Them While in It Divers paralysis said the second mate proves homeopathy to be a fact Homeopathy says that like cures reyerltakeparalysis backs up this claim The disease afflicts the pearl divers of Ceylon and the sponge divers of the Mediterranean It attacks only the best men the ones who go down deepest and stay the longest and It Is supposed to he caused by the swift changes from one I pressure of water to another that the diver undergoes when he pops up to the surCarcIIt disappears altogether The water causes divers paralysis The water In a truly homeopathic manner takes every vestige of the disease away To the oyster beds of Ceylon and to the sponge fisheries of the Mediter ranean many of the best divers are car ried like Infants Helpless as IQRS they lie In a row on the decks In the sunshine till their turn comes to descend Then in Ceylon the pearl diver Is carried tu the boats edge he sits there his hands on his knees as If lost In thought he Is getting his breath and suddenlypop he rolls awkwardly Into the water And the instant he disappears all his agility returns to him and as easily as a boy would dive five feet after a white stone he dives over a hundred feet after the hidden pearlsIWith paralyzed sponge diver It Is the same story Only since he holds i a heavy stone In his arms to hear him down to the bottom he must bo carried to the boats side and dropped over bod fly i These paralytics are tike fish awk ward helpless flopping hideously about the deck but the moment you toss them overboard away they dart quick grace ful dolphlnllke Size of the Sun We sometimes see a huge ring or halo around the moon occupying a space In the heavens so large that 9C moons breadths would but just sumce to span it Yet the body of the sun would fill all that space ere wo had approached within 2000000 miles oi him Once on his apparent surface were we permitted to travel thereon and with the speed of an express train It would require five whole years of continuous journeying before we could make the circuit of his orb Genuine Article HerAnd you really think you love me do you Him Love you Why I believe I could love you even if you were my wife Chicago Dally News Sisterly Comfort ElseI wish I were a maneMaudYes with all your money oud bq quite a catch then wouldnt Ivou1Ally SloperJ wIre 0jt0u0ibtlttg mtt ittfjj 0f a Hmtk irutrni By WILLIAM BARRET RIDGELY Comptroller of the Currency NOfrOUtstdc supervision can supply honesty Of brains for the management of a bank or take the place of either when it is lacking The best it can do is to discover acts of dishonesty or bad errors of judgment after they have occurred and to sonic extent prevent illegal acts by fear of their discovery and punishment The direction in which we can look for the greatest improvement in bank supervision is in cooperation between the directors of the banks and the supervis ing authority The government supervision can and should be improved both by change in system and better administration and it can do a great deal to help the directors realize their responsibili ties and do their duty Tlip duty of a bank director if he would filfill the obligation imposed by his oath and protect the interests of the shareholders for whom he is trustee and the creditors to whom he is under even greater obligations requires that he should know positively that the affairs of the bank are being properly managed Meetings of the directors should be held regu lirly and frequently and be well attended by all the members of the board At these meetings the officers should be required to make full complete and intelligent reports in such form and detail as to be easily understood by the directors All loans and important transactions should be reported and passed upon and especially all notes and securities should be submitted for the personal inspection of the mombors of the board who are not active officers All loans to officers and directors should be more closely scrutinized and examined than any others and the amount of their total liabilities clearly understood In addition to such exhibi tions as arc made at regular meetings the directors should have frequent thoroughexaminations made by committees of the board or experts employed for the purpose These should be matte independently of the active officers of the bank Every clerk and every officer of the bank should be examined and checked up as thoroughly as possible and required to show the examin ing committee or auditor just how the matters in his charge stand No man who is in a position of trust has any right to resent such an examination and one who has a proper appreciation of the relation he bears to those who have reposed trust anti confidence in him will welcome such an opportunity to show that he has been faithful and efficient If all the boards of bank directors would do their full duty in the way here out lined bank failures would almost come to an end Banks would of course make losses and occasionally one might fail but it would be rare and the result of very unusually bad judgment and incapable management We would very seldom have such sudden and sensational failures of banks looted from the inside by men who have stood high in their communities and even thought to be mod 1 of honesty and trust worthiness iQurat JtthttttftJ Uttb trails Ui IDext illuuk Dy JOHN L TILDSLEY high School of Commerce New York City Because of the site of our cities and the consequent separation of residence aud busi ness sections the city boy grows up with lit tic with industrial life The studof local industry givmIsurvey world that of industrial processes which the boy of the small town absorbs from his earliest years By this study is lie fitted to his environment and is more apt to make an intelligent choice of his life work tmining cial education The study of local industry and trade develops as no other course at present does those faculties which are so necessary to a buslnesefmnn It develops the habit of observing accurately not biological but social phe upinpremises furnished by these observations as to the probable course of events in the future- The embryo business man may thus In the schoolroom acquire those habits of mental life which he is to carry with him through his business career He can gain from this course not power in general but the very powers that he will constantly employ The boy must be set to making certain definite observations must be taught how to ask questions how to use the various reports and pa pers of the business man He is learning to handle tools not textbooks Above all he must in the recitation gain the chief product of the course mustFleephenomenaStimulatedthusiastic trained teacher amid an atmosphere of free discussion the boy may feel his flabby mental muscles toughen may emerge from his sponge existence and increase the now small number of school graduates who can think on other than conventional lines who can meet new problems and solve them as they rise daily in the business life 1El m 1ttinf tt- 1ttfiufttrtiuttin 1JjjfJ Dy PRESIDENT CHAS W ELIOT Harvard University acquaintance understanding The foundation ol all durable satisfactions in life is that each man be a clean wholesome vigorous animal This means that drunkenness 1 ice n tiousncss and dirt of all kinds must be avoided But this is not enough It is the intellectual life that gives the educated man the real satisfaction that endures The cultivation of vigorous intense mental work each day is bound to furnish one of the greatest and most lasting satisfactions that come in life Dont take three minutes to do what might just as well be done in two minutes Dont take four years in college to do what might be done just as well in three yearsiThe third great source of satisfaction is a decent reputation In order to secure this be a man of honor Act toward all women as though you were going to marry some pure woman inside of a month Be honest to all and more than this be generous especially to those less powerful and poorer than yourself I THE BLACK FOX IN MAINE Fur ot the Little Animal Will Be a Prize Worth Getting Next Winter Men who have ridden Into Bangor surly In the morning from Amherst townslsay theII News I Making due allowance for visual de fects If tho talon that are told are I half true the animal Is miMly worth hunting roror will he u month later i when Its winter fur is grown Hsyoml question the volt of the black fox Is the most valuable fur on earth The biggest and finest fur sent In the Arc ticocean carries a garment that wilt bo valued at 300 to iron after It baa hems dressed and colored Tho pelt of a great sea lion commands from 200 to 3100 and the Jacket of a silver gray fox sometimes sells for 800 to 1000 I But boiler and more choice and moro expensive than any of iho above In iho skin of the black fox At the union sale of furs held In London Inm Juno there worn six polls taken from black foxes which sold for more than 1100 each one specimen ram mumllng = 2200 The denier In furs toll us that the bt plnoo 10 seek black foxes on this continent IB along the northern end of the Atlantic seaboard tram Hancock county Maine through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia to l ibrador As tan ha Jnfefred from tho prices se cured from the buyer Mark foxes are not plentiful In any port of the world Loss than 100 pelts are taken lit n year from the satire earth In iwmo years the number has dwindled toSOOf late Ito captures have been more plentiful though a man can hunt along flats In any place without casting his nyI Upon a blank fox and as wing In tint ivnilvalont to securing many men who hove looked at black foxes running away have nvnr one IhotI According to the tales of old there Is n blank fox whlrtt may be seen at rare Intervals among tilt lulls ot Uodlmni anal OUL Men who have I tar 4 bounds on Its track assert that tlte animal lever etaps to play with the does by rtmllng but makes a his line dttt east running rnnfclly mull the tact srmr drops from fangs 1erkaps tile fox ewe of late along abet rood IMMIIKR to the Whales Back U lbs MUM animal STORE WHISKY IN GERMANY Way thus Distillers IIAvet Saving the Interest on Tilxs Paid Hwo w- It Is not generally known that Lou gym dUtlllera sad warvbouwj roes uwo warrlioiuM In ttermaajr in shirk considerably snore titan lonflooi sal ions M Kentucky wtmky Isyslored sad will came time to returned in thla Kale MH Ibt Louisville floral About 35O8 barrels nt K niiKky tbUhy In how vturcd tu she mnium ar bous hero consigned tu local dealers This whisky spent srviral yearn In e iiirmai Originally dimmer asliinfi an a renews for exporting whisky i i Uer inaay sad Importing It again that It got a peculiar sea savor In rousing Ute ocean which Improved It Many a Kentucky colossi disputed this tact on the hull that Krniittlur whisky run sot he Improved after It In pmpftrly aMl The real reason however for seer lea whisky In OnrHNiny Is to save mossy Ties national law formerly provMwl that wblsky asset Iw taken nut of IKIIM Ineliln of three pram ami the tax of 1110 n gallon must be i nM on It when token ran It akin pmvtiloO that If whisky be exports such tax wauM twit liMe to bo until on It at the time nf Ilio raking sal And further that u might be ro Ipiporiwl upon payment of SLID a sal ton Tho duty on Imported whisky which lit not matte In Amnrlrav U 224 Many dlsitllnrs and wnrehou cr fuimil It riiaapor to export whlkrand Impart U later tins JA borrow the money for Internal mvenne tnp An enormous quantity of whisky was then wnt abroad anal nn Oermnny It the only country which will ndintt U with out the iMytnrnt of a duty It was sent Hi orft- Tbo dimmer figured thai Iho colt of tranaM rlnllon both wny wan rbrnper than hap Inlnroat on the money with which lliey would have to IIIIY- toXtll at i lie limn Thty could keep tbo whisky aloud In Germany ax IonIC fiR MIPV waniml to nod bring It bark In small qiiantlilon CnncrcMM linn stnno- pnavd n law allowing vbkkv to re main In Rovprnmmt warehoused eight veers before tbo Internal rovonuo taxes arc paid Huge Petition The famous ClmnUI million of 1818 presented by Fearpue OConnor was sold to contain no fewqr than C700000 BlRnaturee Bo hoprtoes seemed the task of counting the names that the public petitions committee actually dl reeled n clerk to take a yard measure count the number of signatures In a yard and then by ascertaining the number ot yards In the petition make a rough calculation of the total num ber of names Black Book System Some London largo retail drapery houses keep u black book In which are entered the name and address du ly verified of anyone caught In an at tempt to purloin goods Tho system succeeds excellently aa a deterrent lelldam I TRADESMEN AND THE SALOON I Y The latter dines sumptuously whllo the former get only the crumbs AND SEEN The Sobs of Suffering Childhood and the Streaming Eyes of Dy- Ing Women Young man the wine glass may sparkle and foam hat let It iKiyor forgotten that within that sparkle lbo foam lies eone alo4 the glittering of ties uncoiled adder U Is time sparkle of the serpents skin and the foam of the froth of death You have heard the obi of Buffer lag childhood and seen the streaming eyes of dying women You have seen i young womanhood pure an the falling snow driven Ob b avenl hldeou vice beeauso father drank You have hoard the unprotected anti UnfriendedI orphans cry echoed from n IhouwtnA I blighted home and nquaHit tenements You have seen the OHUTMI family of lotUlOltMIi round of the maniacs scream UIKIII Ute bIIn1 ned air you have tress the hu man term despoiled of every htunanU Ing attribute tntnafermed from the Image K Oed Into the Inane of the devil yau have soon virtue crashed by lee the bright eye hoes Im luster the lips their tOwer of artkulalleii ym pave eeeti what wu clean breom foal what WM upright bee MM croaked what was high brrom km ass the tnt In the order of rreMed tkiHSja sunken U a level with the brute Drink bat ionq et4 the trnnpat iHiellfft the bravest heann anal the noblest nature Holder who haled ve their eoaquerlagitgfiossover aside of victory etateameo who have ewajset I the deallale of tuiUooo phihowpbra trite have riamped the Impress tat ihlr CMlm upan the ase orator who have held IUtnl g aeflatee In rapt admiration scholars who haw led as ofIttm At IntcmperaaceItr Madltod a TetonWhen You Take Stwsg Drink A celebrated Ptwirh pbvxlclan qls covered a taw years ago then alcohol la every shape whether wine brandy or untiedImlcroftfop Mess living things are dla tovered and when you drink you take them into your hood and getting Into tbo orimeou coals of life they go Into every USCH of your body sad your entire organism Is taken peseeeslon of by those noxious InOnltMmals When In delirium tremens a matt aces every form of reptilian life It Is only U ie parasite of the brain In exaggerated size lie Is not suffering a hallucina lion He only sees crawling about the room what Is actually rioting In his own brain livery time you take SUOBK drink you swallow those nmmoi and every time the drinker of uleelwl fn any shape feels vertigo or rheumatism It U only a jubilee of these mIMlotaDr Madison C Peters Why He Studied the Bible Rev Ilunsell Dlgelow Pope of the Methodist Episcopal church who recently died In his sixtieth year accom pllshed that which seems almost to be beyond belief Ho read the Bible through 110 times SS times In one year undone In one day He made his own concord once and inlaid give almost any chap ter and verso In any part of the Hlbln at call For 40 years bo rend the GrooK Testament through carefully OIICQ H quarter lUll reason or this close and accurate searching of the Scripture In given by Mr Pope In the Christian Ad vocate as follows Once tinon a time- I called at a drug store and asked for a cotatu medicine The clerk wont to the back of tho store and laid his Hand on the unmarked vial How do you know that this Is the midlulne I in qulred for Ho replied I know my store And then I made up my mind I would know tho entire Word like that A NoonDay Service A noon service which was started In a factory In Holyoke Matte about two years ago has proved very BuccesHful the attendants at the meeting iiiimber Ing 200 Good music Is provided Scripture js read a prayer Is offered and it rneellllllIJaretinder Young Meno Christian asj oolaMon Here Is an excellent augthntarother factories to other townsand for other- workereN Y Observer n A HANDY BAG HOLDER farmer Tells Bow He Xade One 1 Which Did Better Service Than Many Others A subscriber In Stephenson county Illinois writes to the Prairie Farmer saying I saw In your paper lately an illustration of a bag holder which I think I can beat I make a frame at the bot tom of two hlch strip CxS Inches square with a solid wood back For my hoppnr I used sheet Iron or- an old binder cut ting It to slant out aL tho top on three sides so that It will bo easy to shovel Into I then fastened one hook on each corner at the bottom to hang the bag on A two inoh strip three feet lung was then boned on to the flat side of tho hopper and In this a number of holes wore bored This finished my bagboldor and all I have to do Is to hang It on a splko uMng the different holes In tho strip for Uiltf purpose according to the size of time bag The Illuutrntjon shows the plan This II another of those little de vices that Is useful to the farmer There are comparatively few thlnps that are more useful than a good bag holder Ordinarily two men are required td thWnrlr that one man can do It ho has a hag holder that M practical It aparfl as though our Btcpheneon county III his a plan that will answer 1lU1HIcrilltrI pose Some will object to count of the hooks and tho llaVMty ot tearing the bag but we venture eVan though there Is same Injury that the damage will not be MI great but what tho top of time bag will last as long as will the bottom where It comffi In contact wJ Itbl noQi j FERTILIZING ORCHARDS W F J Massey Tells Mow This Work Can Best Be DoneFruit Trrea Need Enriching Farmer an a rule nails the Isn portaMo of fenDUtt OH U1er annual crop but when U semis te the or rhard tar ImngtiM that an apple or a peaoh tree or other fruit tree ran got nil It newU frost the natural soil And nit owljr do tUJ but the owtaN Is often axpeehd tAt fvrnMi bay or pasture for stack The result of such treatment In sees all over the coun try In dtrrrplt bees amd poor of frutt ami the growers My that thI climate MM hanged aed they mn no longer ernw fruit as they formtrly lId when In fart soil exhatihilon Is at the roof of time wtol4 trouble I Wben M onl lni the great mount I of plant food that has ban taken from Ute Mil to InttM up a great apple I tree sad that a crop of apples takes from the soU ntlnorml matttr to thrice the ext lint tflkl a orop sf wheat of 36 bushels i er aero will take the r aon for the failure of the fruit become apparent In the early growth ot an orchard wo want the trees to develop fast and hetwe we fertilise the soil with a complete fur tilizer and grow some truck crops In It that need etch feeding flat after tho tree has gotten into a bear lag condition we can put the land in grass and cut It several times during the Ktaion and let the out grasp rot on the land and ean thus supply all tho nitrogen needed cnpetlally It clover Ic growl Plenty of white clover among tho grass wall supplied with acid phosphate and potash mixed five parts of the first to ono of the last will supply in 400 pounds per acre what the frlilt needs for Its Ihor fcftJoii Tirythla and see If tho trait does not refpond SUOQESTIVK POINTERS Snow makes a good covering for the Avlicat fields but a i oor one for bar vest Implements Beware of bmn which la otlitlttrntod with rice hulls This mixture disa green with many animals Now bft arefult f k nhcad Dont cwanip prince by dumrpng on the market all at once too of this big harvot I la the gross on your lawn turn and of pour quality Scatter some trash need and a good dressing of wood ashes over It There are somo things It Isnt really worth while to try For Instance It is not worth while trying to raise Lorucln for profit Husking corn after the earth be gins to freoao and thaw Is ono of the preventable things that makea the boy want to leave the farm Farm Jour nnl Cheating the Calves Thoro never was a man who was smart enough to cheat his calves and young stock He may think ho Is do- Ing It when ho scrimp them on their rations but ho will find out when It tomns to figuring up In tho fall that he Is the ono who has lost money TJsVqf MilletSeed i Millet seed is ono of the finest foods for chithens as well as other fowls FivittcTwl among dry loaves It will luke a jlrqvo ot chickens busy and happy for houra THE BEE THIS WINTER Things to Do in Preparing the Hive and Its Inmates for the Cold Weather srlyWjiether eed in the summer stands the first and most Important matter to bo looked after Is tho supply ol stores flees will not go on and rear a lot ot young It the food supply Is short so In order that a colony may go Into winter quarters strong in young bees feeding mutt bo done early enough for brood to be reared and matured In vigor before the advent ol cold weather Then as tho nights begin to bo chilly and bad weather oc casionally prevails the bees become quiet glide Into Inaction and com pose themselves for their long sleep If bees are to winter In tho best con dltlon they must have sealed honey or something that will take the place of It Immediately above the cluster and in direct contact with It as long ae the cold weather lasts If the honey is well ripened before cold weather sets In It will keep well It thin it may candy With a good strong colony well win tered the honey should bo at good In spring as it was tho previous tall and In some cases better Give Intelligent care as to winter quartersI a woolen blanket or carpet cover and on top of It porous and absorbent material sawdust chaff cut straw or forest leaves The woolen material next the bees convoys the moisture to the otner side of the piece of blanket or carpet where contact with the absorbent material causes It to pass upward so render- Ing It harmless to the beesIBees exhale vapor and when this vapor strikes the told Trails of the tilfo it sometimes congeals Into frost there melting into water and run ning out of the hlvo as soon ns the weather Is warm enough Sometimes It merely condenses Into water and onoughIIn packing hives for outdoor wintering any good dry loose material may Iw used such as wheat chaff forest leaves planer Bhaving excelsior The lost LluatBftaVlt that WjJIflhilsJiftO 5 fndiiglr to allow air to penetrate It and carry off the moisture of the bow Put over this a good tight rarer to keep tho hive perfectly dry According to the opinion of the Farm Journal foul brood la a highly contagious dkeas The first symp tents MottoeaMs In a hive are lack of energy among tko beet dead larvae of a dark brown rotor In the celL and sunken rapping some of which are perforated Upon eponlng some of the sunken all a ropy putrid rasa ls found when lifted with a toothpick It appears like soft dough When present peat caution to noeee sary or It may spread through the whole apiary If bat a tow hives are found to contain the dlnate they should be kMrnod at elNsat night so that M heel eagapo anti flee otUor hives toI If OM orients are but slightly foctod remove all of the bomb and cotiflno the bees In tnomplr box obliging theta to fast fgr a day or two After which ttlflf may be released giving tits+ i a Hive with libIerallend removal of the bees may be neces sary In some l11BN Tho great risk of spreading the dis ease at well as time time and expense whlah a cure by drugs or by fasting Involves makes Immediate destruc ion the cheapest cure in tho end A STOCKMOVING CRATE Convenient Article to Have When Moving Sheep Calves Pigs and Other Small Stock Instead of wearing yourself out nnd losing your tem H r in chasing sbep calves 11111 etc In moving them from peuto pun you will find It bettor to use such a crate as Is shown In the TIIK rnVTK READY FOR USE cut says Robert Warden of idrtfc In the Epllomlst This crate Is of the1 knockdown order being hinged at both ends so that the animals may be driven In at ono end and out at the other Handles may be slipped nto the iron loops or brackets placed af suitable height on crate for carrying same while animal Is mdved This arrangement Is especially alu1 able In handling calves or hogs which usually can bo neither led driven of coaxed along Make the crato light but strong Srr1co Is tho best wood for such purpose being light hut ax ccedlngly tough Ducks vs Chickens One great advantage In raising ducks over chickens la that hawks will not touch them They are as a rule harillcr tlfan chicks They are ready for market at ten weeks nf age are confined by a very low fenfce andVe not troubled bjr lice A twofoot fence Is high enough td keep fitll inwn ducks whirls bounds m fact I seldom use anything higher than one and onebalr lest Ode thing also lutely necessary Is a largo room In which to kill and dread ttiaObrPde and to store groin Farm and Homo I POWER THROUGHj GODS SPIRIT Sunday School Lessee lot lcl29 IMS- SpecUHf Prepared for nIl Pate- rLESSONTEXTZechutlah4110 Mem I ory Verses 10 11 OOIDKN TEXTNot by might nor by power but by My Spirit calth tbs ordZech 46I TIMRThe lemon la lime fUth of alfi 1I or fight vlilona which came to the prophet 1n January or February illS i PitACK Jerusalem SCRIPTURF ItFI E1U lCt9Olhenwho have had vision To Abrabam Gen 16117 to Jacob Den 281011 to Moses Ex JM1 to Igalah lIt 6c1t toEzeklet Kick 1M1 etc to Daniel 7114 to AIm Amos 9115 to Paul Act 9 39 to Corncllu Acti 10M toI Ieter Acts 10917 to John Rev 11020 etc POIHIRM on Holy Spirit lea Millit John 18718 Acti 214 1621 nom 8lln1 Cor 12711 Oat 51523 Comment and Suggestive Thought INTRODUCTORY Zechariah tho Lord remembers was the eon of Darn chlah and grandson of Iddo who was one of the heads of the twelves courses of priests Nch 124 7 and j whoso successor Zechariah Nob 12 1C He was therefore a priestI as well as a prophet the head of the Davldlc courses of priests was probably born In Babylon and went to Jerusalem when quite young with Zerubbabel and Joshua He began to prophesy about two months after Hag gal began Xech 11 Ezra Cl 614 I Hag 11 In the second year of Darius Hystaspes and continued to prophesy I for two years Zech 71 The circum stances wero those described In our last lesson Tho people had just been awak ened from their lethargy and begun anew to build tho temple amid the ru ins n the old They were few them were poor They were Mostri Ior Their enemies were per cruel They were trying to bring the whole power of tho empire against these few people and their feeble enter prise Drought and mildew had ruined their crops Even God seemed to be7 against them The aged Haggal had aroused enthusiasm and the work on the temple had begun It had been go ling on but a Tow weeks when the young er prophet Zechariah came to lilt aid His first brief address was spoken In November 520 after the second proph ecy of Haggal who followed with two moro messages from God Then Zecha nab came again upon the scene three I months after his first prophecy In Jan nary or February 519 when one arable night God sent to memf series of eight visions living object lessonswhich the prophet ro hearsed to time people the next morning Two years later an the work WIM pro Nrwwlng ho brought another moMoga from the Lord The Jews we are told prospored tlirmiRh the prophesying HIm 61dand In about four years tho temple was finished I V1 The angel who had xplalned the other vtelons just as Dante repre seats himself as accompanied by the spirits of Virgil find Bsatrfee And awaked me He hall slspt after the first series of vtoloM Tbte was tile be ginning of it new series during the same eventful JllcbtIV 2 SOW Like the sevenbranched candle stlek of the tabernacle and the later temple for holding oil lamps not can dies With a bowl upon the top For a reservoir of oil to supply the lamps V 3 And two olive trey Time oil usually burned In tne lamps was olive oil pressed from the fruit of the olive I treeVI Tho angel wondered that the prophet did not understand these plain symbols The prophet then asked tin angel to explain not only for himself but to give authority to the message to tho people The candlestick with Uj branches represented the Jewish na ion as the representative of the king dom of God Its business was to uphold the light of God before tho whole world The olive oil which fed the lamps represented the Holy Spirit of GodV G This Is tho word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel The governor Not by might nor by power Not by armies nor wealth nor numbers nor tho material greatness of nations can SPlrlt1Theart grrtt moun tain The difficulties the opposition of tho world power of Persia the poverty the ruins the sins and Indlffer hatrelllofthe prophet like a huge range of moun tains proud overbearing seemingly Invincible But who are you Do you think you can stop this work when the Lord sends His spirit to see that it U done Thou shall become a plain Bo wholly removed V 10 For who bath despised the day of small things Small beginnings a small people a small kingdom small f wealth They shall see the plummet The symbol of the architect or head builder Those seven they are reJoicebecause tho eyes of the Lord Referring back I everywhere In the world is with their leader Application When we look at outward things as did tho Jews of that day wo are often discouraged The Imperfections ot good men the otlls In governmeut In business In aocletymtho decline jn church attendance warp crimes igno rance all seem to show hqw iBlowly the Kingdom of God If cpmjng Bill the power for bulldlngjibp king dom of God does notHQ In 8uchthlngs r but lit the power ot Splrl God4he i apirltllhatmade the early 14 h when 1It was despised OH the dar of small Romanem l In the Fruit frillIe- UriirIi fHilt0rowiTs are nesting foreign competition by new methods It tae Ijepn discovered that th6 yioid of the small trees Ian bo Increased greatly by growlpgr In pots under glass Irrigation on a large scale bjr means of wellsteasilriveh pumps and an extensive distribution of hose pip Ing Is also being employed The old round boxes which tho purchaser of fruit hail to return to tho seller are being discarded for lighter receptacles which need not be returned Dropping the Y One peculiarity ot tho spelling ot proper names ling been apparent lately to tho student of atreef signs Persons whoso names end In y have contracted the habit of lopping off the final letter Henley for Inmance according to the strictly modern orthography becomes Hetile Stdloy Is Sedle Bentley Is Bcntle while oven dear old Mr Fin ney ot turnip fame has degenerated Into Flnno Distinctive Difference SheDid It ever occur to you that pearly all male poets and pianists have vary long hair lieYes but hero la a distinctive difference now sot Tho long Heir of n poet hangs down whllit that of a pianist stands tipChicago Dally News Bagged the Prince During me reoent German army kna neuvers Prince Harold of Denmark with his regiment was expecting an attack at BUTCH n mDut the enemy had tho bard manners to arrlvo at tour and bagged tile prlnco and hU men while were asleep The prince Is JIIJdngof protesting to Tho Hague tribunalr j Russian White Flag pnlimoAdmiral KoJefttvntialfy surrendered to the Japanese IHW been cent to Toklo It was a tablecloth in the wardroom the sire being aliqut erne foot It will be placed on exhibition In the military mtaoum at Toklo First tittery- The earliest English cemetery at distinct from church ranis and burial grounds connected with places of wor shlpte that nf Rental Green which attertileThe word means sleeping place Just De Glad Ve shonli lit glad really s1ndof everything that hiss come to us no rrtSttttr if it Is sorrow or pain whoa tell find Unit our experience fits some ant etenm 11Ut wine one rse treefr1 r Gives Up Title nhllIllWirlt American mlllton are liw1rty men frlwtd or Kingfd ward and ome n nnlon broker has nbauUoned his title at daunt bon ferret on him by Pope Leo XIII on acrotut of adverse criticism All Ilia Doing Miss Chellus Is It really so that youre engaged to Mr Moxley MlM PuchlJ calmlyIt la Aly ho was a great catch Im bog your panlau cntcborDe troll HTM Press i I Travel Worn fit must he One b IM an actor to the raid TravelinN broodttm tho mind so doeant lit Not near as much he murmured absently as It broad ens time feutCI velunO Loader MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Out 0 CATTLE Commcm 2 CO fi0 3 50 Heavy s to 4 75 II i 85 CALVE S Extra 7iO t 7 76 HOGS Clt packers B 45 5 50 Mixed packers 5 35 C 45 SHKEP Extra 4 SO 6 00 LAMHS Extra 7 GO FLOUR Spring pat 5 25 6 GO WHEAT 89tf No 3 ra4r 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 4D 64 No2 white 6 OS OATS No 2 3- 11tYFNu2 mixedI 7- 0IiAYOh 13 00 POHK Mesa 17 C5 LAUD Steam 7 GO UUTTEKC1 dairy tID 15 Choice creamery 0 21 APPLES Choice S 00 Gil 4 00 POTATOES Por bbl 1 75 tiji 2 00 TOBACCO New G 00 M13 00 Old 460 414 76 Chicago FLOUR Wihtor pat 5 18 GD G 20 WHBATiNo 2 rod 8liY i 8CJJ No3 tcdr 70 85 COnNNb2 mixed 02 G2V OATSiNo 2 mixed28e 21I- JnYENo2 681W 6- 9PORKroas16 00 1C ZlV- tLARDSttxtni G 7 12W New YorK FLOUR Win strta 4 00 4 25 WHEAT No 2rl1ll 1 m CORN No 2 mixed 6- 1OATSNo 2 mixed 11 35 1RYE Western 75 PORK Mess 10 00 1G 25 LARD Steam 7 50 7 55 j Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 84 0 CORNNo mixed 63fi- JCATTLESteers 4 00 4 60 SHEEPNoI 260 Q 300 Uoulivllle WHEAT No 2red 60 88 CORN NO 2 mixed 55 QD 67 OATS No 2 mixed 29 D 30 PORK Mess 13 CO ARlrrSleani O 7 25 Indianapolis 1VIiEATNo 2 red CP 85 TORN No 2 mixed 56 OATS No 2 mixed 40 28 T t iMJ t W I RICHMOND Phone 18 GREENHOUSES Richmond y iI I 7 CUT FLOWERS 1 I DESIGNS AND BLOpIlINJLANTS III IJ ID +o +odototO+o+o Fo4 o40 +o +00+o +o +o0o+o Oo+o +o+od o t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON t Is here and every housewife wants one or more h i pieces of new 9 1FURNIrURE CARPET or MAtTlKa r Take a Look Through Our Stock o- o It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can + o supply your wants S 1IFITS FROM US ITS GOOD C MachinesI n o Q 4- +o CRUTCHER EVANS a tloplln Old Stand Richmond Kj fliy l66ne TJ Kfgilt Pbouo 476 + od oorFoFo +o+ohoFo+o3 ondodoto +04o +0a o+ododo3O +o+o +o+ 0 Carriage Satisfaction Hererr Phaetons Comfortable J bodyfinishI carriages invariably givo thanNOWWe repaint and retire Get our WORKSt Ky I n u u Madison County Roller Mills ItItloII4 MI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour I Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF is another Excellent Flour iIul4HiIH Due sonIIIIf TUta Sutloa Ky It n LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Tablein Effect May I 1905 Going North Train 4 Dilly Leave Berea 316 a n- lArriveTchmond4I5 a m Arrivo Paris f 28 a m Arrive CineionatiiSO a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris330p m Arrive Cincinnati V 610 p m Going South Train 3 Daily Leave Haioat111 p w Arrive Kn6xvilleT 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Versa 1217 am Arrive Knoxville 0 r 7XJ in EQUIPMENT Truth nuraters 2 end 3 carry Bum lnror car an1 between Clnelnnail and KnoiTlIle In both direction Tralni uura Len 1 and 4 carrt Pullman vertlbulfd Sleeping car and 0 ache between Cincinnati and Knox Tllle In tothdlrcrtloni W H DOWER Ticket Agent ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In sHeet April 16 1905 i JUST BOUND Nol Nab No ft Vertilltfi 10lfinin 03Jp u- Nlcholi vHlc 1100 716 Vallor View 1IJJ1 M- Rlcliraond nr II M t10 Richmond Ir 2M p m S50am Irvine MB 73 v Ueaturrlltc 2 40 rggBeatljl lllc Jcl 800 103 1 V4E8T BOUJCb i l llo t No 4 No C Verulllci 7Marn 323 p in- MctioUivllle eta 2J57 OIS aOJ Xlclim6uWi tfOO 1J5- lUrhtnonOferi 7Mpn uo rrina IvP m1223B- esjtytIJte 1 Jct I 4fxwto3o Mew No 2 andt 1 and S make clow ronH ilbtti it NlclioUkvllIc taainl tram Uxiciton and Clnol sail sndt VerulllN to and froOa Bhelbyvllle and Loultvlllc No 6 connect at BtatlrTllle I unction for Jackion Fur any fiutber Intorma tlOI1 addtcn sayS3IITU o r t PIIIVenillltiKj Bugg s RunValbolits Sujritsr Traps Durable Graceful Useful Stylish repair prices MADISON Potts LOUISVILLE Call at T L NbberlejYand see the best line of i v COLLARS I V I TEAM HARNESS ARNESSAND That you need for the horse CaY and get price they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky 1 I To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity I My shop is the most complete and uptodato in part of the Slate for doing all kinds of Watch and Clock Work Jewelry Repairing Etc tpromiMntPQoplo Qre3preeaivlllcharges paid ono way- S G FRANKLIN fur VC11XUX lluict ci BUlk ot Ut VernonII r 9Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for I f Boys 200 and 175 for Youths J The of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear It known rJeverywhere throughout the world They have to gUe better satUfactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere 1 1 I We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE j HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY H I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES rIll I I I H 1111111111111 I r I The Citizen was misinformed to the honor conferred upon Raymond Osborne by Yale University He ii one of eleven who received the highest in the Junior class Senior honors are yet to be won Mr William Porter and family were in Louisville this week shop ping and attending the Masons Con ventionIMr Chas Hanson was in Cincin nati Monday Mrs Shankland and Mrs Long who have been visiting Prof and Mrs Dodge have returned to their homes in OhioMr G Hanson and Prof Dodge wore in Richmond Wednesday on businessMiss Mary Adams who has been quite ill with typhoid fever is im provingMr E Hulett brought some enormous sweet potatoes to tho Cit izen office this week Ono single potato weighed four pounds Another seemingly the product of two grow ing together weighed six pounds Owing to a mistake the magazine club advertisement offered the com bination of the Review of Reviews The Womans Home Companion and The Cosmopolitan with the Citizen for 300 last week The price should have been 325 We will fill all orders made this week for 300 but after this it will cost 325 At this price the Citizen makes nothing Old subscribers to the Citizen mast bear in mind that this is open to them only on the con dition of their paying for the Citizen u full year in advance The sub scriptions of those failing to do this will bo returned Married on Saturday night Octo ber 21 at the brides homeou Walnut Meadow pike Mr Carlton Combs and Mrs Jennie L Howard Rev A E Thomson performed the cere Inony Both Mr and Mrs Combs will continue as heretofore in the service of the College Owing to some unexplained cause many of the tags on the Citizen of last weeks issue came off and the papers were returned to us for redi rection As many as could be ident ified were sent off again but some still remain in the office If anyone cl not receiving his paper will drop us a cardstating that fact we will take pleasure in sending a copy Mr Racer has returned from his first trip CUI a lecturer and entertainer He reports a fine time abundant hospitality and good patronage He is in his shop for a time Rev Mr Thomson is away on trus tee business for the College and VicePresident Hubbell will preach at the Parish House next Sunday morningGeorge E Porter is a Louisville visitor this week H I I I I iI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Attention is called to the announce ment of picture premiums for now subscribers to the Citizen Come in and see them As the result of some detective work done by a man brought in by the efforts of private citizens seven violators of the liquor laws were arrested by United States Marshal Short of Richmond on Tuesday Their trials are in progress as we write The condition was becoming unbearable and the Citizen rejoices with all good citizens that those who have been conspiring against morality and good order in Berea are being brought to account Some complaint is being made be cause a detective was brought in to assist in securing evidence against those who were selling liquor in Berea The liquor seller under a prohibition regime takes all the chances and has no right to complain when ho is caught If a man has a skunk under his burn he calls in an expert to trap it if he is wise Tho skunkand the liquor seller are on the same plane Ground has been broken for the and aCongregationalYarsonage is hoped to have the house finished before cold weather Little Rhoda Robinson is ill with typhoid fever but is improving rap idlyWm J Blanton who has been at work in Villa Grove Ills has returned to Berea How the Facts Came to Light The newspapers have stated that the arrest of persons chargedwith liquor dealing in Berea came about through detectives employed by the College As this is an error we quote from the letter of President Frost to the Loader The work which secured evidence regarding violations of law in Berea was done without any help from the College I was myself wholly ignorant ofwhot was going on until the work was done I do not know but am told that a group of citizens including some College workers and with some instigation on the part of women who have suffered by reason of these crimes secured the evidence It is something which with nil good citizens I approve and admire but I cannot claim to have hnd a hand in itJNames of Streets There is before the Town Board awaiting final action at the regular meeting of November 14th an ordin ance to establish names for the streets of Berea The aim is to make the names conform in general to those at present used whether or not officially designated Citizens interested are invited to make suggestionsL V DODQE Chairman j I I 111iI College Items HERB AND THERE a HHHM1H I I I M MHIMI I Mr Lynx of Laurel county visited the College Monday with the viol of putting his children in school Mr Osborne was a business visito to Richmond one day last week It has been learned that Miss Laura Creech one of our students of last year recently married Mr C E Hall Merchant of Harliu I Mr Tupper Superintendent of lh I Extension Department gave the- I Monday morning lecture this week SubjectliThe Dowu East Yankee plnceII Latin Department tho unveiling I busts of Caesar and Cicero with appropriate remarks by several students anda brief address by the presidedGladstouos hymn Rock of Ages was sung not the entire Collegiate and Academic departments participated Roger M Spencer who was it Berea two years ago is now in tlu Allen School in West Newton Mass preparing to enter the Mechanical Department of Cornell University Miss Veta Spencer graduated at the Campbell School Windsor Conn last May She has entered the Y W C A school of Domestic Science and Christian Work at Boston for a year after which she intends to teach in that line of work President Frost preaches at the Tabernacle Sunday night Musical Recital TlTeachers Introductory Recital given last Tuesday evening by Prof Ralph Rigby of the Vocal Depart meat and Miss Winifred Campbell or the Instrumental Department proved u rare treat and was listened- to by a large and enthusiastic audit once of students and citizens in spite of the inclement weather Prof iigbys charming tenor voice showed to especial advantage in Dudley Bucks Fear Not Ye 0 Israel and the double number from Chadwick though hit other selections were wally effective Miss Campbell iuds4o a brilliant technique a depth of expression that fairly captivates her listeners Godards second Mazurka und the two selections from kloszkowski were played with grace anda most beautiful tone quality The skilled and the unskilled enjoyed the entire program Many have expressed a wish that more such recitals be heard in Berea The following is the program in mull nvootlonr REV A K Tnoxwi Mino Moment Miutcil Op 7 Nor Mouittnii Musa CAMraeia VocalFur Not Ye O line thuiln Btak- MB Rtaar- Pianoa SetentU Op So No I MoHtmrtki To Spring Griff c VUe BrillUnte Sfindltr Muse CAMMILI iocala To Rote CAaress bHrlrMR Roar Uno jndiUiurk GvJjrd Mill CAUriELC ioata Thou Art So Likes Flowr a hr tIJCAI Before the Dawn MR JUan vaIut Unity I In unity there Ii tren Ihta liU principle which It dlcUtedJb reanoip ianctloa d by experteaiceef approved Ic by the verdict or7htor7 It la a motto we teach our chuCnntand tallow ours IvM It ee ere nto r un- c1utaklnS of life UUs thfe vital coj Id- eraUon In quMtlonit of hear or peace It u the bond of domestic Ute the tomes of success In national affairs tad IU ladlipenMiblllty In all enter rUea for the earring outiof great to sal and moral plant li a golf evident truth That there are any In the Uo urn family wbo deny ltaaC who make It a part of lifes taslcito combat It II- but a proof Into wbatyfepth of folly lana mind may w eo wander rom the ute path of rcaaonand expe rlenCGMrr P F oHareIxLD Bo urn Catholic Flu Spiritual Inbnltino Mllllona on mllllonilof men surd wo men have caught Uielbl M diaytrU by oataglon The boy on ltla mother knee has caught the1Jeannb llfe from- ber It U not almpJy thatlb tangut him the words of the Lordra Prayer or hat be learned from her to repeat he beatitudes It It that aho bad teeu Ihe vision and he knew that theibad ten It and be opened his eyes and ilio laW It At he lad beardthe whisper of the holy Spirit and he openedjwtanwhisper of the present Father The father the mother and the child The Mid drinks In the divine life from the father aad mother and at yean goon the boy it a father and the girl a moth and there It another genera UHf another chUd live In the divine UTe at It paasea from them to him The good God employs this Christian nature alone of the agencies by wheal kIa klB dom abut certainly come Hevj De Kdward Everett Dale Uaitaclaa ieaYtrr DAMES AND DAUGHTERS Mrs John A Logan has offered the valuable historical collection In her poaaeaalou to tho atntoof Illinois MIllS Jessie II Hunter Is asslstau medical officer of tho Uracebrldgo lu natle asylum In England She kohl degrees from Glasgow university Mrs Aluilra Kramer of Kalauiacoo Such who recently died left a true furtd of 10000 to bo used to feet tramps and Senator Burrow will havi direct charge of the money Mm Edward Phelps of East Cornwall Couu seeing a weasel innkluj ort with a chicken burled a stone at the animal She not only bit the mark but treed the victim The weasel WUII killed but the chicken still lives A chapter of the United Daughter of the Confederacy was recent formed In the City of Mexico under thi presidency of Mme Mariano Degolla do who Is also regent of the Daugh tore of the American llovolutlou In tht City of Mexico Miss Laura Hopkins of Uvausvllle Ind recently broke the speed record for typewriting lu the government pat ent office She Is twenty years old und entered the government service three years ago Her speed record was SO 000 words In seven and a halt hours Lady Diana de Vere Huddlestou who died lu London recently left a will bequeathing 00000 to her serv ants and directing that her ashes aftei cremation should be placed lu the oat shrine awaiting them at Coutts bank and burled with those of her husband which she had carried with her whey ever she went for fifteen years Mn AdeUa B Scott official hottest of the Idaho building at the Lewis and Clark exposition Is county treasurer of her home county Before her elect tion to that office on the Republican ticket she had served ou the school board for eight years as justice of the peace for two and was finally appointed by the mayor to fill the vacant office of police judges GOWN GOSSIP White the trade journals say will be more popular next year than It has been this or previous seasons Silks will probably be somewhat higher priced next season At least the higher prices which raw silks are cow mandlng at present seem to indicate thisIt Is said that veilings will not be worn after this fall but this Is hard to believe Certainly nothing lu the ad vance models of gowns shows a dlml nutlon of the vogue of soft clinging materialsThere every prospect that we shall be wearing oversklrU within the con lag year The tunic skirt Is being boomed by the dressmakers and sine many women have taken kindly to the Innovation its success Is fairly well as lUred It U possible that the platted skirt has seen Its best days but In Ita stead comet the full shirred and gauged skirt The number of yards of goods that go Into a fashionable skirt nowa days ls appalling The coming skirt Is even wider than anything seen this summer New York Post CURRENT COMMENT War costs a vast amount of money But peace costs a vaster to the van qulsbedBt Louis Republic Norway may have to become a re public through the sheer force of cir cumstances Chicago RecordHerald A sanitary Cuba may reasonably be accepted as a guarantee that a health ful Panama Is possible Washington StarNowhere else in the world can a man get a reputation for being a millionaire on so little taxable property at tn New YorkNew York World This Jt the season of the year when millions of Americans are engaged In studying the difference between the summer resort of the Illustrated rail road folder and the summer retort of fact Now York Press THE YELLOW PERIL And the yellow peril turned up at lastby way of New Orleans New York Globe Speaking of the yellow peril the only yellow peril this country has to tear It In New Orleans and on the Isthmus Portland Me Press Out of the evil may come tome good When New Orleans gets over her yel low fever attack she I likely to be the cleanest city In the United States Philadelphia Inquirer Havana has quarantined against New Orleans Having conquered Cuba and exterminated yellow fever there hadnt we now better conquer the United States Louisville Courier Journal THE GRAFTERS In the great lexicon of high finance there are no such words as widows and orphans Baltimore American It Is predicted the Decalogue will find a place In politics Then we may hope the Golden Rule will be consid ered In business Plttsburi Gazette In nearly 100 years tho government has received only 400000 for Its con science fund which Is an Indication that the larger the graft tho smaller the conscience Baltimore Sun THE HALL OF SHAME The ball et shame In New York to ouch larger than the Hall of framfc tchlson Glebe 3IUJDlnr Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies I FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berca Ky AT THE BANK The Porter Drug Co INCQavoa1Tn I loeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o oeoeoeo SHOES l SHOESo i I SHOES 0i 0 u So 5 e 0 0 We sell the famous WalkOver Shoes for Men edWomen the best shoe on earth for the priceIe o And we sell the American Gentlemen Shoes for Men g arid the American Jady Shoes for Women made by i HamiltonBrown Shoe Company When you need of Shoes call and see our line before buying elsewhere S o o S I The New Cash Store i PROPSo 0- ooooooo oooooooolooeo oip5o o o io I IMrORTANT NEWS t 1ITEMS CONDENSED Ii Interesting Hnpnohings Boiled 1Down For the Busy IUcmlcrr FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES I I What Our Government Officials Are Doing Crimes and CllualltleaA Summary of Prominent Events Througout the Globe Richmond Va threw open her sates to President Roosevelt and during the oven hours of his play state and city officiate and olllzous accorded him n I welcome hearty and sincere The president made several addresses The preeldont received an ovation during his journey through North Car Ohio Ho Visited the fair at Ralotgl and made an nddrees At Charlotte N 0 ho met and hAd five minutes conversation with the widow of Stone wall JaokBoti ttio noted confederate leads Tho presidents visit to Atlanta da was a marked event In the history or the Mete ot Georgia He WM greeted on his arrival by her most distinguish II oUtecns and tlirougliotit the day on very hand were shouted words of wol came that loft no room for doubt ol heir sincerity The city vats In gala Mttlre and bueiuees was practically usp0oadehA has been started at Atlanta Uti to slab by popular subS errtptlon In the south 00000 or a sum su dent to pay tho duty on tho pros wits bestowed upon Mis Allco Roose veil daughter ot the president during her trip through the Orient In this Insurance Investigation ProM dent MoCurty of the Mutual Life IQ Huranco Co felled to explain why the dividends on ton payment potholes wero decreased from year to year One articular example cited was for 3000 hat in 1876 draw a dividend of l1ii6 bid hen Grad all nt until In 1W4 it received only Ila the Insurance tnvoaUgaUon Wil Iam M Carpenter clerk In the sup ply department ot the Mutual Life stifled that the company bad main tained a hoase IN Albany N Y for A C Field superintendent ot that U p rtmoHL The expense at ruenlng the house was about SSM a rear When President McCurdy of the Mutual Mfe iHwntoce Co roomed the stand In the Insurance investiga loa ln testified aa to the Mutual Lifes oaRtttion with trust companies The infornwtlon furnished by Mr McCunly dlsetaeml that the trunt companies with which the Mutual IJfe was con iucted bcramo very prosperous soon artr they wore taken up by the MM teal Life The ntt0uy for leilpletlon regti 1 tlBg cHHiiilty Inrarmtcc as well as lifo Insurant tompaniiH WM laid bo lure the anuoal convention of the Ioard orc a tialty and surety under raters Tbsi body of Sir Henry Irving was iftnoted In crest secrecy to a crema torlUM the tame ot which Is not gla 11 where it was creMftted The se reey surrounding the rural was due the drape of the family to avoid publicity The arhvf the late Sir Henry Ir lag were placed hi WeetMlnater A- by with imposing ceremonies Thou audi of mourner gnthereti to pay tlbula to the memory of the deed actor ForUflcatloMs of the terminate of tho Iunnnw oaual Is one of the subjects to- he considered by Secretary Taft when ne mnhos his visit to the Isthmus and for this purpose he will be accompan ied by members of the first committee f the Taft ortlnont olla board Tho war office has communicated the news of the ratlfloatlon cf tho POHCO treaty to Oem Llnevltoh who las been ordered to arrange the ncc usary stops to carry out the provis ions of the withdrawal of tho Russian mops Col Willam 1i Michael who has been chief clerk of tho department since the late John Sherman was see retary ot state Is to be succeeded by barbs Denby ot Indiana The United States cruiser Charles ton the latest addition to the navy was paoed In commission at the Norfolk navy yard with Capt Herbert II Winslow U S N In command Capt TaIlor one of the attorneys for Mm Taggart gave notlco of ap t oal front Judge Masons decision as o the custody of the boys and a bond of 4000 was furnished so as to take ihe matter to tho circuit court Terry McGovorn defeated Tommy Murphy In ono round at the National Athletic club Philadelphia The KuseJnn battleship ICnlar Totem liIlO the crow of which mutinied In he harbor of Odessa last Junc hasty Imperial order been rechrlstoned the Pandlelmon Mrs Helen Stallo widow ot Born hard Stallo ot Cincinnati who was minister to Italy 20 years ago died at Scandaccl Italy She was 77 years Jld Tho body will bo cremated Qhlrkls Vnrtnnlan who claims to be a naturalized American citizen was again sentenced to death by the crimI- nal court at Stambul for tho murder of a prominent Armenian merchant The navy department Is In receipt of a report from Its observers at Colon announcing that tho wireless station at that point heard the Guantanamo wireless station send signals The iXuitance Is about 700 miles r after mi InvcHtigatloii of the books of the Enterprise National bank of Allegheny Pa which dliwVosod that the bank was Insolvent T lee Clark cashier of the Institution for years went to his home In Bellevue at midnight spent a sleepless nervous night and In the morning took poison and shot himself through tho head Tin bank has state deposits whloh will amount to about 800000 of which 108 00 la In the checking or active account anti the rest II state alnklni funds Qlghl person were killed four fa taly Injured and at least 40 hurt In n storm which struck Sorento III and demolished two score ot houses AI though the storm which was almost a cyclone lasted but a few moments It was terrible In Its violence Hdgar George 0111 It Ito the Adams express employe who disappeared from Plttsburg Ia with 101000 In cash was arrested at Bridgeport Ct lie made a confession and expressed his willingness to return at onco to Pitts bury On his person when arrested tho detectives found 100 lie burned 20000 of the stolon money and 79 9BCM was recovered by the oUlcara at the home of hte brotherinlaw In Brie tol CL- Thu chances that Uie polloe will re cover nearly the whole of the 101000 stolen from tho Adams Express Co In PltUburg by Edward G Cunllffe who was arrested at Bridgeport OR seem bright Nine thousand anti aJxtyflvn dollars well found In a trunk belong- Ing to a butler in a prominent family at Blaek Rook Mrs Lloyd Wheeton wife of Maj Olin Lloyd Wheaton tiled at her home In Chicago after a months lllnoes at the age of 10 years A tornado near Jennings Okie kill od two small children of Irrtn Anther son llrtng on House creek badly In juring Mr and Mrs Anderson and do molishing the house of IWwanl Root breaking his daughters ankle The mother of Congressman Niche las Longworth denies that liar son and Miss Alice Roosevelt aro engaged to 1 marriedWilliam H Wanauiaker head ot the firm of Wanamaker Brown Phlla delphla and brother ot John Wana maker died at nls home thoro after a short Illness aged 01 years The American minister Lloyd Q Qrisoom presented W J Bryan and Capt Clover of the battleship War oonetn to the emperor of Japan Beiperor Nloltotes donated 161000 for the benefit of the sufferers by the recent earUKismkes In the province of Oataiirla Italy On the 9Mli there were oy 4 new eases of yellow fever at New OrieaMft Dnetnees tenure In the United States for the week ending October 10 Ronber ITS agataet 7SS the previous week OT IN the like week of 1004 S10 In 1101 au 104 In IMS The old bntte c rrdd confederate Bag ItttowgtHg to the 3JW Virginia reg Invent Qen Stonewall Jackaons bit gads has after 48 years Wes retitra ed to the omfederate veterans of Saunton Va The storm which swept orer North era Lake Michigan take Huron and Lake Brie was one of the most sorer In recent yours As far aa returns are obtainable ten vessels have bfcen corn pletely wrecked and 18 to 16 others mere or lee severely damaged Twelve Urea are known lo haw hen lost and It Is feared that other losses boUt of Ute and property will be re ported Late reports ot the storm that swept the greet lakes for 36 hours show the number ef lives lust to be 20 Nearly a scare of ships here gone down or are hopelene wreaks The storm wtis tko most dlsurtreiu In the history ot the Inland sens- Representative Charles B Landls chairman of the subcommittee of the congressional printing investigating committee soya that tho government could save a million dollars a year on Its printing bill In tho government printing offico- 8toro1krT linT loft a fortune of 2C2 IIS rile estate conslstH principally jf stock ot the Western Union and American Cable Cos Billy Nolan manager for Battling Nelson announced that he will sIgn Articles for a fight between Nelson anti Jimmy Gardner Gardner Is to weigh In at 133 itounda nt the ringside The dnte of the marriage of Miss Anne E Hltohcook daughter of the secretary of tho Interior and Mrs Jlltchcock and Lieut William 8 Sims 1T S N has been sot for November SI lu Washington It Is claimed that the Japanese gov ernment proposes to Increase tho army From 13 to 20 divisions In order to bettor discharge Its obligation with re gard to the AngloJapanese alliance The Minnesota state board of health at Its meeting decided on tho Issuing 3f a circular to county superintendents jf schools forbidding employment as toaoher of any person suffering from tuberculosisIn D 3i Parry presl dont of the National Association of Manufacturers denounced as socialistic the movement to confer on the govern ment powor to fix rates for railway transportationTheodore Shouts president of tho Panama canal commission has offered tho position of chief of tho division or materials and supplies of tho Pan ama canal to J P Murphy at present general storekeeper for tho Lake Shore tho Lake Erlo Western and tho Indiana Illinois Iowa railways That Prance Intends to stand by her representative at Caracas M Talgny was reiterated by M Jusscrand tho French ambassador who In reply ton question declared that M Talgny bad tho hearty support of his govern mont which approves all of his acts U Caracas TLo great tunnel under the new ChI- cago pout office woe onufileted when the two crews of miners who for the past 40 days have been working oeon other from opinelte ends towardI bore finished the work of 40 foot below street level Qeorgo Gordon son of Circuit Judge Gordon of Louisville Ky was instantly killed In a wreck at Duff Tcnn six miles north of Lafoltotto The fireman Alex Walker and tho front brakoman a man named Cornell wore alto In stantly killed Tho Western bank which recently closed Its doors In connection with the Denver Savings bank will pay out dol tar for dollar according to a report made by the depositors committee By the caving In of a slope In the Highland Doy copper mine at Ding ham Utah five men were Instantly I killed Rather than he caught by the who wore In pursuit or him pollcoI Collins a negro leaped over taining wall of the East Court tftreet Improvement Cincinnati The wall Is 40 feet High and Collins was fatally InjuredAll j hat united to honor the memory ot Noltoti In celebration of tits ono hundredth anniversary of his vie l tory over the combined fleet ot Prance and Spain off Cape Trafalgar The Insurgents of the Cotabato val ley Nand of Mindanao now threaten extensive operations in an endeavor to capture and kill all true Mores who are friendly to the government The steamer Bulgaria fame Into Cleveland 0 bringing news of the loss of tho barge Tasmania and crow of eight men off oleo Island In Lake Erie After a 40year search for ids lost ulster George W Fishier of Louisville Ky Iras loomed his sister Emlllno Fisher Augur at Tunkorora near Gon OMO N Y John M Crane was convicted of mur der In the first degree by a Jury In the criminal court at Kansas City for killing his wife The verdict means tho death penalty After discovering rich deposits of native copper following weeks ot pros peeling William Dldlcan of Schnee lady N Y was found dead from starvation on the plains west of white Oaks N M- Cincinnati to soon to have a naval recruiting station and moving pic urea depleting life on United Statue warships will be exhibited for tho pur pose of attracting recruits Joseph Ttirpls of St Louis was killed at Chatsworth HI by coming In contact with an electric wire while chasing his lint which had been blown off by the wind William Moll ter la attempting to drag the mans body from the wire met a similar fate Francis B Runder eashler of the St Louis poet office was arrested by Pout Office Inspectors J I Slice and John D Sullivan following the discovery of on alleged shortage of 0000 In hs accounts I IWwnrd C Smart an old goldlei was heM up and robbed near his homo at Canal Dover 0 of 106 ads pension money I William Smith was killed by too ar rldsnlnl discharge of life gun at Georgetown 0 While crowing the Lake Short tracks at Air Line junction John Kali or an aged man was Mrusk by the westbound limited and hurled 100 fat to hte death I Mrs William McCammon at Sulli van led was sentenced to from two to 14 years for shooting at James Dud hey aged 16 who she was told snowballed her son last winter Tho steamer Siberia of Cleveland 0 foundered on the Canadian shore at Lake Erie Capt Bonham and tile entire crew were roscucd and brought to Buffalo by tho steamer J II Wade A gasoline launch containing four passengers making Its first trip on tho Mississippi river exploded near St Louis and two of tho passengers are believed to have been drowned tho other two being probably burnedProf totallyI Sylvester Dwight Judd merly an assistant In tho United i geological survey nt Washington and professor of biology at tho Georgetown I university was found hanging by a tope from a rafter In the garret of his homo on tho Old Frederick road near i Baltimore ho having committed ant chic The heaviest earthquake ever felt In tho vicinity of Newport Vt occurred The vibration of tho earth shook houses smashed crockery and caused con ldomblo alarm I Tho miners of G B Markle Co llazolton Pa who struck have dllo- lchled to return to work Tho driver boy who was the cause of the trouble must remain Idle until the question ot his wages Is decided- A big touring car containing three ivomon nnd four men was upset while crossing a trolley track In Hilton near Madison N J and all the seven oc cupants wore thrown out James Wll son the chauffeur was caught beneath the car and mortally wounded and Morris Cook was seriously Injured According to advices from Manchur la lien Llnevltch on receipt of tho notification of the ratification of the peace treaty ordered the destruction of othlorMrs George W Hondley wife of manager of the International Power Co and president ot the American Iridgo Co was robbed of 10000 in dIamonds at her home in the Buckingham hotel Now York At tho session ot tho national en cam IXnellt of tho Union Union It was decIdedto VeterallsI Iall next year NINE HEROES PERISH Crew of a Sinking SchoonerSaved Another Vessel They Severed the Hawser by Which the Mlnnedosa Was Lashed ToI the Melrose and the Former Went Down Detroit Mich Oot 11INlne heroes went down with the schooner Mlnne iteM which sank In lAke Huron Thursday The hurricane sent mountainous waves to batter to pieces the wooden boat where eight men and one wom an the captains wife were Impris oned The vessel creaked and groan nd nnd timbers snapped The bul works went over The wind hissed through the rigging and sent it piece by ice Into the lake Great seams were ojreoed and water poured Into the schooners hold Ahead tumbled 0is steel steamer Westmount staunch and able Behind pitched the Metro i roller vessel than tho Mlnnedosa and faring worse The Mlnnedoea was point to the bottom Everyone of the nine human beings aboard list knew It Why should they take others with them Porhape If cost loose the Mel ruse could save herself Cnpi Jack Phillips voice rose In command over the howling storm Ono of the crew hold a sharp axe It fell and the blow sot the Molroe fuse A few moments later tho Mlnnedom with Ms nine heroes and a cargo of 76000 bushels of wheat lurched to the bottom off Harbor Beach Iako Huron For SO years Capt Alex MIIHgnn of St Catherines Ont on tho steamer Ventmnunt nnd Capt R A Davey of Kingston Ont on tho schooner Mel rote have sailed the lakes but the story they told when their boats were laying at Surnln Sunday was of a bat the with wind and water tho like ot which they had never before experi enced The Mlnnodosa went to the bpt tom said Capt Mllllgan without a signal of dlatroes We did not know how serious was her condition Out Into tho lake tho Melrose was beaten For an hour and a half wo tried in vain to pick her up and takeS her to shelter but every tlmo we tail ed I gave up for a while trusting iho would last until daylight but a 4 nclock I was convinced that she had a short time on top of the water un lees she was taken In tow Again I- made the attempt Towards 6 oclock wewere lucMllfn1 She had drifted 90 miles from shore and after that wo nlHed abetter- PIIESIDENT AT ST AUGUSTINE tAttended Services In the Presbyterian I Memorial Church Stk Augustine Fla Oct 2lreoid- ent Roosevelt started Sunday night for histour of Alabama He left St ugfuilino at 0 oclock and is not scheduled to make a stop of any length until he reaches Mobile Mon lay afternoon JIll day In St Angus tine was quiet lie attended services In Presbyterian Memorial church at 11 oelook At the conclusion of the sere lees the president was taken for a short drive about tho city After luncheon the president accompanied by Secretary Lash Surgeon General dlxey John Mcllhenny and John Jreenwsy the last two ot whom have been his guests on the trip south Anasltaslaned bathing suits and bad a bath la the salt water EIGHT ARRESTS MADE Prisoners Believed To Constitute Two i Gangs of Shoplifters Indianapolis Ind Oct 23Four- men anti four women who tho local police believe constitute two gangs of professional shoplifters who through theIr recent operations have stolen thousands of dollars worth of valua jo furs and silks In this nnd other Indiana cities were arrested by detectives from tbo local police department nnd In default of Individual bonds of 3000 were locked up at the police station charged with grand larceny Six Men Drowned Beverly N J Oct 23A launch containing nine men nil of Phlladol plan collided with a barge In the Delaware river off this place resulting IIII the drowning of six of tho pants of the llttlo boat Tho other three wore rescued by tho crew of tho tugboat Bristol which was towing tho barge when tho accident happened Menellks Envoy Arrives New York Oct 23 ElHaggAbdul Ins Aly Sadlk Pasha prince of the Mo ammodau church general of the Abyssinian army minister ot com merco and envoy of Emperor Mcnollk to President Roosevelt arrived hero on the steamer Cedrlc John Drew Succeeds Jefferson New York Oct 23John Drews election to tho presidency ot The Players In succession to the late Joseph Jefferson was celebrated at the clubhouse of tho organization with a reception attended by many prominent actors and playwrights Adm Togos Arrival In Toklo Toklo Oct 23 Sunday was made memorable In the annals of Japan by- the public entry of Adm Togo who canto to report to the emperor the return of Ills fleet from the war Ho received a warm welcome I STATE NEWS PICKUPS r- I ISAM HISLE EXECUTED Confessed That He Was Guilty of the Assault Winchester Ky Oct 20Sam HIsIo colored was hanged in the Jail yard hero Ho wont to tho scaffolt with a firm step and without assist ancc He stated that he was guilty ol the crime for which he was about to suffer death and that ho freely forgave all who hind a part in his execution i Ho asked the awistnnco of tho officers and tho whlto people to root out the colored dons of Inqulty which had led to his ruin and to help the colored people to a higher plane of life Ills neck was broken and ho died with little struggling The crime for which be was executed was an atrocious one On August 14 ho wont to the house of Mrs Bond and tried to assault her but she escaped Ho then went to the homo of Mrs Jasper Caso and finding alone assaulted her and fled lie IlIlr captured at Paris and taken to Lexington for safekeeping Whet I brought here for trial a mob was formed to lynch him but the sheriff andI circuit Judge by strenuous efforts sue ceedod In preventing It THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE The People Will Be Educated In An Effort To Fight It Louisville Ky Oct 19A company under the title of the Kentucky Tu borculoala sanitarium was organized here with a capital of 25000 They have secured an option on a desirable location In the eastern part of the city and will build at once Tho functions of tho association are to carry on an educational campaign In this commu- nityI with reference to tubercular dIs- eases and to maintain free hospItals for poor pcoplouhus afflicted The in come of the association will be derived from the annual dues of Its member and from gifts and other sources I LOUISVILLES NEW THEATER Negotiations For a Site Have Been Practically Closed I Louisville Ky Oct 20Congress- man Joseph L Rhtnock of Covington and local agents representing the new ly organized Independent theatrical syndicate authorised the statement that negotiations have been practically closed for a site within ono block of uponIcos of the alto and tho theater to be 200 000 YADON IS ACQUITTED Legislative Nominee Found Not Guilty of Using Lodge Funds I London Ky Oct 21The trial of James G Yadon republican nominee for state representative resulted In a verdict of acquittal Ono day last week an Indictment was returned against him charging him with fraud ulently converting to his own use 200 belonging to London lodge No 249 Independent Order of Odd Follows of which ho was secretary It Is now un derstood that no further acjlon will bo taken IAPlague of Glanders Ky Oct 21 Because cL the prevalence of glanders In Jefferson county Dr F T Eisonman stato vet erinarian by authority of the stato board of health ordered all public wa toting places for stock closed and the water shut oft and the troughs filled with limo for 90 days His Injuries Were Fatal Covington Ky Oct 21While at play John Schneider 13 living at No 45 Center street Central Covington ran Into a brick pile and was render ed unconscious He grew worse and died Coroner Tarvln found that the boy had burst an artery In the brain causing a hemorrhage The Lynchers Denounced London Ky Oct 21 Circuit Judge II 0 Faulkner In his charge to the Laurel county grand jury on tho lynch Ing of Virgil Bowers denounced the mob as a gang of murderers and said they were Infinitely worse than the man they hanged IAn Engineer Electrocuted City Ky Oct 21 Charles M Lancaster aged 49 engineer at the Central City Light and Tower Cos plant here was Instantly killed by i the passage of 2300 volts of electricity through his body Butts Brains Out In Cell Richmond Ky Oct 20Robert Golf committed suicide In jail Thurs day night by butting his brains out against the Iron bars He was con sued a few days ago to get him over a spree White Boy Shot a Man Rockport Ky Oct 21Alvln Por ter tho negro shot here by Clove Har roll a white boy died In jail Porter bad been drinking and struck HarreU who secured a revolver and shot him Harrell fled but later returned and gave himself up Rat Poison Kills Two Children Mayldng Ky Oct 21Two ohll then of John Cornotto aged 6 and 7 respectively residing In Upper Perry county were poisoned to death by eat lug arsenic the fattier bad put out on a piece of bread tot rat poison MARCUMS REMAINS They May Be Dug Up To Settle a DoubtGrand Jury Dismissed Jackson Ky Oct 20Tho grand Jury which has been Investigating tho Marcum murder was dismissed by Cir cult Judgo Riddle The Jury reported that It would not find an Indictment against any ono else for the murder Commonwealths Attorney Adams ask ed Judge Riddle to summon another grand Jury saying that In his opinion tho evidence given before trio Jury which hail Just reported was sufficient to warrant several Indictments Judge Riddle took the matter under advisement Owing to an alleged dlscrep ancy In the testimony between that given at the trial of Jott and White Marcums body may bo exhumed and an autopsy held A WEDDING THWARTED The GroomToBe Shot and Fatally Wcunded An Unwelcome Guest Lexington Ky Oct 21A wedding was thwarted by tho groom tabo shoot ing an unwelcome guest After a ro mantic courtship of six years William King u horse trainer of Boston came hero to wed Kathorino Sebree When ho went to the young womans homo to be married ho met C W Scott a whisky dealer whom he disliked They quarreled and Scott was shot just beneath the eye and Is not expected to survive When arrested King claim ed the bridetobe had shot Scott The young woman denied It and the police say that they have proof positive that King fired the shot He trained horses for R W Robb Son of Bostont TAMPERING WITH THE MAIL Post Office Official at Lexington Arrested on That Charge Lexington Ky Oct 21 Joseph 1C Croghan city distributor in the local post office was arrested by United States Inspectors George W Soranson of Cincinnati and C B Speer of Lexington charged with tampering with United States mall A decoy letter containing 14 In marked bills had been opened and the money was found In Croghans possession Ho confess ed to peculations as far back as Jan uary Ho was released on 1000 bond to answer to the federal grand jury Young Jockey Killed Lexington Ky Oct 19 Johnny Porter 12 while exercising a thoroughbred horse owned by Len Hardens at the track here was thrown and kicked receiving Injuries from which he died The Jockeys foot was caught In the stirrup and he was dragged for some distance Rich Distiller Indicted Louisville Ky Oct 21D K Wels hop president of the Jlellwood Distilling Co was Indicted by the grand Jury of Shelby county for Operating a motor vehicle at a greater speed than five miles per hour Tho case was ordered docketed for trial In Feb ruary Will Drill Deeper Wells Salt Lick Ky Oct 19A party of 36 capitalists headed by H H Rogers of Pittsburg arrived here en route to Ragland where they are prospecting for new oil wells They are to put some new holes down much deeper than those now pumping Orders For Ballot Paper Frankfort Ky Oct 210rders for ballot paper to bo used In the several counties of the stato In the approach lag election havq been comingin rapidly to tho department of secretary ot state who purchased It under the pro visions of the election statutes Col Mottley Accepts Dowling Green Ky Oct 19Col- E L Mottley ono ot the wealthiest men of the city accepted the republican nomination for mayor The in cumbent George T Wilson Is mo democratic nominee A ProminenthyalclanExpires Hopklnsvllle Ky Oct 19E O Cayce for 20 years a prominent physi clan of this county died at tho West ern asylum He was t7 years old and had been under treatment several years Valuable Dog Dead Dowling Green Ky Oct l1Dlos som owned by tho Bowling Green Kennel club died He was winner ot the championship cup at the last meet lag of the National Fox Hunters as sociation The Bible His Device Sergent Ky Oct 20Prot C Webster Johnson a mountain educator and candidate for superintendent ot schools for Letchor county has1 select ed the Holy Bible as his device Johnson Is a minister Ludlow Man Dropped Deed St Louis Oct 21 Charles Burk 40 formerly of Iudlow Ky whore hIs wife and family reside dropped dead while at work In Fridman Bros shoe factory Burk has recently been liv ing at No 3305 Morgan street SU Louis He Shot at a Boarder Lexington Ky Oct 21Percy Smith the 18yuarold son of W H Smith proprietor of a boarding house on Vino street was arrested Friday oa the charge of shooting at a boarUr who became abusive Thursday night I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H+J H 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IIIMIH f Eastern Kentucky News Ho ccneiponieLc pobllibed well aigned tn toll by the writer The name li not for publication but as in evidence of good filth Write plainly I 1 11 1 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 1 MADISON COUNTY MOTE Oct 22 MissTNanuie Vonablo the daughter of Mr and Mrs Andy Veuable of Kingston and Mr Loin Lamb the son of Mr and Mrs John Lamb of Ohio were united in mar riage at the brides home Thursday night at 8 oclock We wish them a long and a happy married life After a two weeks visit here they will return to Ohio to make their future home Whit Moody of Paint Lick was here on business last weekM- A Moody made a business trip to Louisville Monday and Tuesday Frank Garrett wont to Richmond Tuesday shopping Miss Dollie of Kingston visited her ThursdaY1Mrsurday man Settle of Kingston visitedat Big Hill SundayMr and rMrs Joe Coyle of Berea visited Mr and Mrs David Garrett Sundayevening Sorghum molasses and new cornmeal are all the go in this vicinity now HARTS Oct 230 M Payne of Disput auta attended the Masons Lodge at Berea Saturday Roily Davis who has been very sick is better Burrett Guinn went to Scaffold Cane undayC G Baker the caudi late seems to be talking very luently to the boys lately Hurrah r BakerJ W Lake is very sick this writingForest B Dowden planning to enter school at Berea iis winter Misses Katie and Caneiuild a new house near Richard Dams residence on the farm that Mr Ponder has recently purchased C G Baker and Jno Bicknell went a chestnut gathering Sunday Miss Bertha Roulette recently visited Miss Minnie WaddleW- ALLACETON Oct 21Miss Sarah Lawson was called to Mansfield Ill on account of the illness of her brother Henry She left Sunday Mr Edgar Brock man and Laurance POell of Big Hill passed through here on their way to attend the Lancaster Court Monday Miss Lawson and Mrs Carter were the guests of Mrs G E Brockman FridayMrs G E Brockman and daughter Mary visit ed friends at Big Hill last Friday nd SaturdayG B Gabbard re trued from McKee Jackson county ednesday whore he had been visit jg friends and relativesQuite a umber of Wallacetons young people wont on the pinacle the beyond Berea Friday mountaiuI wind blew cold They time t ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Oct 24We are having a nice protracted meeting at Fairview these daysMrs Martha Dobbs of Springplace Ga is visiting relations t and friends at this place This is Mrs Dobbss second visit to Ken tucky in the last twenty yearsJ- H Lambert killed a nice young beef SaturdayJ B Coyle went to Disputants on business the first of the weekMr and Mrs Isaac Dur ham of Cloverbottom Jackson conn ty visited Rev J W Lambert last FridayMrs Annie Poynter and two children of this place visited relatives on Scaffold Cane Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs William Gadd and two children of Rowlette were visitors at Rev J W Lam- berts SundayMrs Agnis Dobbs visited J H Lambert and wife Sunday COOKSBURO Oct 21Mr Abe Griffin and wife of Morrill Ky visited C M Hurst Saturday and SundayBert Miller is hustling around and build ing new fences and repairing the farm in generalMr C M Hurst has rented of J A Anglin Gooch mdand contemplates moving in 10 near futureH M Mink is inning his sawmill to its full opacity and is getting out lots o- fInberTS Drew is hauling logs r Mr Mink Miss Sarah Drew nd Miss Alice Drew visited Mrs J J Drew Sunday afternoonS A dwellinghousowho recently married has moved into the Miller property on the Howard fllrmMr Sam Miller andI family and Mr Jack Miller and family of Livingstone visited Mrs E B Miller Sunday and Monday ROCKFORD Oct 23Miss Stella Toddof Crab Orchard visited her cousin Reccie Todd Saturday and Sunday Stophens IY 1It1I IitI Myrtle and Pearl Liuvillo visited Miss Bertha Rich Saturday and Sun dayCaleb Guinn and wife and Bert Guinn and wife of Walhicotou visited relatives in Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Daddy Todd was at Rockford few days ago and seomed to be in a hurry On being asked what was his rush ho saidI Betsy wants me to shear the geese A goodly number from Conway were in Scaffold Cane SundnyJ E McGuire of Clear Creek was at Rockford Sunday on business It seems that Scaffold Cano is going to have another shower of candidates The 7th of November will cure the diseasoAs the beans are all hulled wood chopping and corn shucking are next on the program Chalt Bullen of Conway passed through this section Smtd8J W Todd and Harvey Grant expect to got through saving corn in tho next twenty days OWSLEY COUNTY CAB BAftD Oct 21 Weather is vory change able and winterlike and tho people are beginning to think winter is hero J L Gnbbard and sons have finished making their ono Mr Gnbbard had 155 gallons He says there is nothing like goodsorghum B T Huff has taken the job of fireman at Bigo Marshalls saw mill Ballard is a hustling fireman and Bide has made an exceptional bar gait in securing himC B Moore one of our candidates for magistrate has withdrawn from tho race He says it will not do for too many men to run for the same oflicoTito constables race is getting vory hot Pleas Gabbard seems to bo thin lead ing candidate Every one know- sChiggorPleas Gabbard Little Pleas is making onne for Uncle Nod Reynoldss folks this week Elmer Gabbard and Lee Rose were on Buf falo Sunday taking charge of and teaching Miss Carts two Sunday schools Miss Cort wont up to Ohio for a short stayMrs C B Gab bard found in hor garden an old dimo dated 1774 one year before tho Revolutionary war It is the old oat American coin that can be found anywhere It was coined while George III was king of England Tho date can be plainly discovered and a crown is stamped on one sido It is treasured very much by Mr and Mrs Gabb- ardSTOMACH ACHE You have more or less trouble with your stom yourbowels your liver j everybodydoes i IIeasilydls out gans of order they are the thingsInright kind of care of them you wouldnt suffer but you dont The only way you can correct the trou I thesepartsfrom I Dr CaldwellsLaxatleu Syrup Pepsin goodforthestomach certain plant drugs by DR CALD WELLS formula its natural value is highly increased DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Is the best thing in the world for cor recting and curing all forms of stomach trouble youll say so when you try it DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists and your money benefit moll Your youIBOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to those wbo have never tried this wonderful remedy Nail your poital today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montloello Illinois For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY- Premiums Arrangements have been made by which some of the finest products of The National Art Company of Now York are offered as premiums to new subscribers These pictures are cop ice of famous paintings and are really what they purport to bo works of art As long as the supply lasts one will be given to each now subscriber They are of all shapes andsizes from four by six to ten by twenty inches and the most of them are in tended to be fastened to a mat for framing They can be seen by anyone calling at the office of the Citizen I A Days Doings in Kentucky V THE FATHER WAS KILLED The Sons Seek Vengeance on the Wrong Man In Louisville Louisville Ky Oct 26Robert F Malden was struck on tho head with a brick hurled by Michael Reddington 18 who roeentod a robuko adminis bored by Maiden for misconduct Mal- dens skull was fractured and ho dlod At the bedside of tho dying father Wl lay and Daniel Malden swore von geanco on his assailant and rushed out to find him Mooting George Bin loin of 1C20 Prentice street who was on his way to the bedside of his dying wife they set uix n him thinking he was their fathers assailant In de fending himself Ulnleln shot Wiley Malden through tho stomach When the mistake was discovered Dlnleln assisted the other brother to carry tho wounded boy to a doctors IteI was taken to a hospital and Is a dying condition Roddlngton was arrested charged with the murder Bin lain was arrested for shooUng and wounding and Daniel Malden for assault DUO UP WIIFES CORPSE He Carried It To a Cave Where He Was a Dally Visitor Glasgow Ky Oct 36Wlth the deathof Abljah Hutnphroes who lived west of Columbia In Adalr county comes the strange story of his urn for the past ten years Ho had always been considered eccentric but few except thoso who raided within sight of his home know of his life In web esteem and reverence wits the old Hen tleman held that his actions woe scarcely spoken of Ten years ago Us Wife died and a few days altar the fu neral he wont to the graveyard exhumed the body and carried It to a oavo on his farm Then he began to visit tho cavern two and three lame a day and finally M he grew older he cut tho trips down to one vtak a day remaining sometimes for hours betide the body ARMED MEN GUARD MINES StrikeBreakers Will Open Up a Closed Colliery Sturgis Ky Oct J5r1t strike situation at Sturgte where 460 union minors are out awl the West ICBRMtcky Goal Co refuses longer to to union lied is growing serious Twartp two armed Pinkerton guards arrlmJ from St Louts In advance of 409 WJftmnkm miners recruited frow the Missouri and Pennsylvania districts Their at tempt to start tie closed ootMertes nay create trouble Temporary marten will be constructed to bows the aw miners Tho union men were given a chance to return but not as tMttoaMa The coal company te a 000000 ocr poraUon Doth tildes have takes a firm stand and nether baa proposed truce or a compromise Killed By the MarshalePlemlngsburg Ky Oct USilas Duncan marshal of Plemlncebws shot and Instantly killed ilea Story a negro here Story WH abueiag bU wife when Duncan wept In to quiet him Story turned on Duncan amid ID order to save himself Duncan war com polled to shoot him A Son Shoots His Father Somerset Ky Oct leiJohn Coooh left his country homo and went to Waynesburg and bought a sbotgUR He returned home aad walked to the field whoro his father WM huekiNc corn and shot and killed him YOHHC Gooch hud twice been anlnmate of the state asylum F Clay Elklns Estate Lexington Ky Oct IThe appraisers of tho property of the tale P Clay Blkln who at the time of tile death was postmaster of LexIngtM filed their report In the county onurt The report estimates Mr EIMn8 prep erty at I120CS77 At the Mercy of Flames Mt Sterling Ky Oct ITkepumping station of the Mt Sterling waterworks at Howards creek war burned entailing a loss of 11040 TIle city Is at the mercy of the flame should a fire occur within the next week The Pipe Line Franchise Winchester Ky Oct WThe fiscal court Is In session and a franchise was granted to the Central Ken tacky Natural Gas Co to lay the pipes along the public roads of the county Two carloads of pipe are here SankFourBargeeCoal Ashland Ky Oct 1iT1Ie steamer Ironsides pawed down with a large coal tow In the stiff currejil and heavy fog it struck the pier of the new AshlandIronton bridge sinking four barges of coal Killed on a Trestle Paducah Ky Oct 2GVhlle aslnp on a troetle on tho Illinois Central railroad near tho rlvor at the end Of Jet Person street John Allen was run dOWn and his body ground to pieces by two freight cars Death of John H Stewart Ellzabethtown Ky Oct26rJohn H Stewart a wellknown and wealthy farmer and stock brooder of this county died from paralysis aged 77 years Mr Stowart Is survived by five chil dren Harper Will Case Contest Versailles ICy Oct 26The Frank B Harper contested will case called In the Woodtord circuit court which convened hero and by agreement was set tot trial Tuesday November U Humor anp PhilosophyD- y DUNCAN H SNITS PERT PARAGRAPHS- It takes a wisp henil to determine which la this seasons hat awl which last or soino other seasons Vacation IB vacation for the boys noil girls hot not for Uw people who have to enter to their whims It would do much toward i re erv lug the average mans reputation for Mtoxlom It he just knew enough to lure n utrMig men with n blue pencil to wilt his lore letters The girl who Is just big enough te wash Item own heir la as finicky as the boy who to Just taming to sbara You CNN most always tell whew the picnic season la on bjr Ute tired look on the face of fathers and leN of large fawillos The UwiWo about strawberries to that they never taste so good when- you ran buy all you want pat a quarter as they tie when you cant afford them If one la auffirienUy perturbed by the failure of today the auceeee of tomorrow Is pretty apt to materialise There are eowe people so vale that the pomnealcM of a pair of new tea short te a little heaven for them There ta aaoUier thing cheat the hot ffmttofr that tent eke sad that te tho Immense laundry WH that appears ev Pry week parttcntarly wbm you liars been compelled to be excessively petite to your laundry lady for weeks past Wile Bnjay Possesses OB UM water nee the MM- ahrMKta OM blnlna salt star Pupa seen mat OMtkyvt Glow tke mm btyood tM bar Lyme on tIN ttoMBtas eamto Wooed fey wind and tufted by ware Where the rlp lrji touch my han4 Aa my tot the waters law ear I naught for anything Save the earth be aa UM sky terr tlMo song the wad wMto stag u they niiinsir sweep br Jot lbs earth to all I waat btatac out la astd and areas Just UM sky who white cloud flauaPal bumcr ererwe Juat UM wide eapenrp of se Where a million tipple run Out In dimpling ceateay Then to meet the rising Mm And I rr that them are sloe Ae I Uc when soft winds blow Pber the gleaming water ahtoe Aad UM ripple COMM and R A Modern Amusement HoBgiitg the aldermen has beeeMe tile favorlteamueeaieat lu many of tbeemw of tbo land When by reason of a fren zied ImBRluattoa or because the facts In tlieoaselook auafilcloua the dtiee have an Mica that the aldermen are about to algal time ctty hell the waterworks or the public library anti sell them to a Junk maR dlgaUed business ten come around and talk of hanging and hint at ropes that are concealed where It will lie easy to have than mat con fiction with a lamp peat You love heard tote of talk of tldI kind bHHIM you over hear ef a Blngl hanging Woofer men who string up a hone thief grit awl try him aftw ward wouhl have to mvent new words to express their opinion of the proceed iHga Once tile aWormeji might have been scared out et their booLa but they liaro learned from experience that there Is nothing so conducive to longevity as to hare their constituents threaten to string thorn up Changed His Tune Who wUN join ed the wor- ry1 dub lite bosom- walled with pride- That night while ehewInK o n cold grub Hakt thinIen the Between Friends It you are shy of money old man I coil let you have some No thanks I atu supplied But I Just beard you try to borrow F10 of Jones Oh that was mat to get In ahead or ilitt I saw ho was about to strike motor 10 The Only Way Hew shall you win a woman heart Ill Mt you la a mlnuu Tti t lesrned doctor all agree The way H Just to win It To Get Misfits He Is looking for some one to cure Ota Why doesnt ho hunt ui a cheaper aillorV Not She When Freedom from her mountain peak Unfurled ber fubrlo to the blue Bhe didnt turn her other cheek To KIt it badly punished too 5 i Furniture is a l NecessityI1 1Youj must have it to m itor room look and feel the winter There cOlllfortablcItime to buy than now things you need iithe and Parlor Furniture DmISuites Desks Carpets Vin Pictures etc W ii LOUIS 0 LESTERii l Next to the Mill t Phone 93V Berea College1866 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS S MHBi MaHMVHM 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