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Digital page images are linked to the text file. opoioioioioioioioioiopcpo0BEREA E ALBERT COOK PhD Manager o o orkrntatrsefnde 4lmlKIattOnd o da 0 0 00000000000000 I VOL VIII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUQUSS80 1006OnoU Dollar a Year NO 1lr WEATHER REPORT Dean KumoldH weather report for the weok ending Sept 4 Tito tomporaturo for tho wool was bolow tho normal by ono degree Tim rainfall was largo compared with tho corresponding wcokof othor years Tho maximum lompornturo ho ginning with Tuesday August 28 for tho seven days ra11PIII fill H 9 HP HH milking li liiiiin of HH illen- Tho rnin fall won 87 inches The moan corrected biiromotrio pre 8ii ro for tho weok was 2UOD Itches with rifling mercury today IDEAS Tho world in hold hack from true progress not BO much by tho bndnuHH or bad men us by tho obstinacy o growingAnon Jinny of our troubles nro Gods dragging us unit they would end if wu would Bland on our foot and go whithur ho wouldlie at war with your vicefl at poaco with your noghlx mid lot oresy ear find you n bollor man Frank lin A KiokTho editor dooitled to try fonotio spoiling in his paper and tho tixporimont nounied a suososd until ho got Iho following papafurtny rotor titan boy bin bola for last t sloIIUAAKT Ol IINJOVMItMT My Orlf AIiM4 r TftfMi itwil VMM to rrty HMH As IhtMfc this h trawl Tixlitw bntltMtfcf kccaii- WMIr Ne h r V te wtnvrkt Ti wiUrtnljToltwr Tu know the nul IhaT ta tW world Awl Ikea wale otton kow I- tT 4 tIllto drive for pelf NeaperhItorii wi M tmslbrr ket iteiJsa wv rJIIWFROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho latest roporln from Culm nr that thu relwls are gaining in strength and thingH nro looking very dark for IroHldetit IalmaH government A Borioiw iipriwiug in tho provinco of Santiago in rojiortetl- Riifwla is in pitiable trena Ile eighty million jxKisants wrutohedly ixwr ignorant anti HujMjretitiotiBonro theyhaveown about half of the fertile laud of lliitwiu anti rich landlords nnd nobles the othur half Thoy demand that the land ho taken away from tho landlords nnd given to thorn as the cannot rniHO enough on what tllo halo Thoir demand is not withou- Justtco thp not entirely just What the bzar mid tho government hart given to their favorites thoy could with equal right tko away and with more right givo to tho starving peas nuts More than now land however they nail knowlwlge of how to use what they intro and of how to live rightly and govern themselves Tho ruling classes hnvo not taught thou- a these things Thoy hnvo treated th jKmuinlH like dogs and now tin ixuwnnts arc become wolves and nro turning with fury on thoir opp COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Judge Hager and AttorneyGen oral playa rival democratic candi dates for Oovornor nro making tho campaign interesting with their charged and answers Between thorn thinWIBylIuysIncrll1li SundayCIORillg weaker Last Sunday business won going on in many saloons us usual A llttlb rovorso in for tunes of tho Mayor and Bonnlor Public Safety before the courts Rcenw to hnvo discouraged them Wo hope they will ecrow up thot courage and try again Much attention has been given to n recent editorial iu tho Courier Journal attributed to Henry IVs tenon advising tho giving up of primary election By tho present arrangement the candidates for olllcu are usBuatied by tho central lornnti- too of their party lingo amounts money according to tho salary which their olljco would yield to pay the expenses of holding tho primary Thin the poor man from tit j of oven nomination t ollioo Tho Colonel Iright i wanting things changed so that tit 41 lpoor man may havo his ohanco wit tho rest but tho way to bring that about in not to abolish tho primary It is for Iho state to pay tho expenss- ell of tho primary and that ought Ito be done The lovers and cogwheels of party machinery nro mado of monoy The political machine loft to its own THE cITIwNhopopopopoiopopopoiopoeoWb HOW DOES IT WORK There arc two different ideas of what Religion is andwhat it is for Some people think that religion is to fix things so certain people can go to heaven when they die Other people think that religion is mainly to make people fit for heaven before they die and to bring a little heaven into the earth The first class of igtothe one they belong to And they are very careful what they believe and what is preached to themif they shouldnt happen to believe the right thing they might never get to heaventhey think They may be badtempered at home be dishonest with their neighbors and hate every one who does not with them but because thei b otherfkindsay lilt doesnt make so much difference what chutch we belong to or what doctrine we hold as it does what sort of lives we live These people arc kind to the ladles at home and honest with their neighbors and though they think their church is a little nearer right than any other peoplelikeevery man and every church that loves Christ Which kind ofreligion have you How docs your religion work i your life When you get to the judgment scat of God he wont stop to have you explain to him how the Bible proves your belief is right He will say to you Could you not see that from Genesis to Revelation the Bible teaches that it is youlovoyour fellowman then I want you in heaven If not jt does not make any difference what you believe Heave- is no place for you workings lion not tho slightest real regard for tho wishes of the people or for what Is right and tho honest poor man has no chance whatever iu competition with its power Tho primary election is Intended either cono it BO that the will of tho people may bo found out Tho assessment of oaadldatcfl to pay expenses of tho primary destroys much of its value LcttheStnto nrrnngo to pay the of the and fu1011a1rI MISS HOWNKOVH MtiSSAfli Inlftrmllni Lnller From Slim Italilnnan htiirrrnliiR Our KiiRlltli Cmitlni London England Aug 10 KcttUra of The Citizen I have boon now eight days In imt Been same of tho great sightst of tho metropolis and am I sue moro I am impressed oso whore with tho permanency of thin peoplosunEnglish people have outgrown and deliberately put aside In thoTowor of London them is n wonderful dis play of armor for man and horso and 0of many weapons which have long ago boon BiijxjrBeded by others moro suitable for tho times Ienw also cruellyraoppression which Bro happily far from tho present time This morn IUugEdwardouiperor n meeting of reconciliation the papers Say end11m glad to passIngby vloy51issfriends mid I had a most delightful thy wo saw the fatuous botanical collections of terns and orchids null thoro anti olljoYCtIthobods of fuschios null begonias an well as of roses nnd ninny other doorsrI havo spent much timo iu th picture galleries and want always to 0tUJointhoCitizen which they had roo ofserval for my reading I expect to dsor Oxford anti other pin coo on my way to Liverpool next CowleyMI88 i Empress of Ireland 0 P R lieo itfor Montreal veganliYours sincerely JOSEPHINE A IloniNSON Parties desiring to rent sotviu machines for a month or moro can got Borno nt R H Ghrisinans Fur niture store I Jj RESIDENT FROST AT CONCORp CltlzenIfowotten ropangThursdaynight scuffschool Concord thoHuvuluUonary havoread tories but It Is a wonderful thing to WhetandChuwhereto let the people know that the Brit ish wero starting Then we go over inhl8tho houses ho visited are still eta bigoldfashlonedt plllaellingHero la tho placo where Paul Re rol patgya firatewhere witrtongandromo battlo monument at Concord hasu stanza by Emerson which la as beau tlful as any spannedTho unfurlheroStood thoWorld Dotontrthere but for tho great men and especialthoseter by the books which they have whichtheystates In the west and south which have not yet produced so many grC men as this ono hamlet Emerson Is probably the first and then IIIt ler and several others SleepyHollowcopy the Inscription from tho monu meat of tho father of Senator Hoar oSamuel Hoar ot Concord Lincoln May 18 1778 Died In Concord Nov Z 185C omlnontlawyersMassachusetts a sato councillor gentlemanhoaped and the sweetness and modesty that won tho affection of all men I practiced an economy that nev WDliledlaud a liberality that nor thohighestscurer duties Ho never sought stations ttovabrnnkIU11111by blongllfo ofItsliftgto point all my young friends- Sincerely yours FrostI Chief Contents of This Number 1ACIK ONK Weather Report IIM From the wade World Commnuwonltli of Krntiirky Minn Itohlimolt issuer Editorial Trun llwllglim trmililetit Frixit In Connml Editor Letter PAOK TWO Hnrlnl The OrnHnnO1 Iacm The Annwer VAOK TIIUKIi here niul Vicinity College Item- slreldent Frost Letter to not Vtnt1 HtudonU- 1AGi Fotrn Comment Bundnjr Sdaonl1on Iubllrlty fur Cnnimltrn Contribution Ily KmKocretiiry Long net State News IAUK 1IVIl- Clilliirenn UelnrtmtlItTln Knrlinntml rumpklii 1rlie Htury A J nughler Ilrwnnl Poll tI1I1 Talk root SIX The Homer llemedlvn for Polnonliic ArllllJlletlt1TheNunneniie or iIrs In Our Own Country SEVENeTemperance Note EllIOTn o Latest Market Ilrport Letter from Iteprrsentntlve Onhlianl Ohio New TO CITIZEN READERS A Confidential Letter from the Editor Dear Reader President Frost lbn other big bugs aro writing letters to you and now while no ono is looking I am going to write you one dont toUanyone and if you Snows promptly and kindly I shall writo to you again soon First I want to toll you shout Next Week In the next number of tho Citizen we are going to publish n letter from Mr and Mrs Dorthick who went into Brcathilt county last Juno rather ex peeling to bo caught inn foul or oaten by cannibals while they did Sunday School work Thus far they are still alive and whole Then w also want to toll you what tho Sta Board of Health says about how to Consumptiorcuimoro nngerous even a Breathitt feud ye1d Aareatlmmlumtorltmewnla Somo of our subscribers havo said Hero I have been taking tho Citizen gottcngiving that splendid pocket knifo to now subscribers nnd want mo to re now my subscription without getting any premium You feel liko tho II4lo o or now and- you who have been good nil tho time and taken tho Citizen as you ought to have done never received a kid or n premium of any sort Wo havo boon thinking about this and aro going to try to make it right although wo think that virtue and the Citizen aro their own rewards and premiums Every ono who pays up all he owes to the Citizen and for at least six months in advancer during the month of September may receive nt tho Citizen office or mailed to him froo at his homo address n copy of the book atThe Good New In Story nuit song This look was printed last October AprilAlso that tho publishers printed 100000 isjycovers and contains first aka Now Testament in good plain typo then 125 of tho best and dearest gospel songs that wo know words and music both1 wish I had aboutJsongsforporanco and social occasions like Americaecthoso aro all in the hook Then It has over thirty scripture selections from the Psalms and other parts of tho Bible for responsive reading in church or Sunday School and finally a family record on tho last pogo on which to writo the dates of marriages lamllyNowthing to have in ovary mountain sayIbooks in our homo and I just wish we had a supply of them o A Dead Dollar Is the Dollar you hide away which earns you nothing which is very likely to turn up missing some day without a moments warning The Live Dollar Is the Dollar which is deposited in our Savings Department where it is always Safe and always Earning Interest and where you can get it when you want it We pay you 4 percent to save One Dollar will open your account Come in and talk it overiN- Berea Banking Co a Assets over 14000000 Capital 2500000 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier o ooMOMOMOMOMOMoMoMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMo ottoror IIXIIXf DeAN t Selio0o R oWhile I did not sell my i xanthing to do will show this oweek the nicest stock of Dry x oot at my placei 0 oProperty still FOR SALE x ioo 0IX o JIJJICXXXI3firo ititr 0- o jxfr i t o11oMoMoMal0oMo11aMoMosloNottotlollotsoMoMoi1o11otIOMoMotiollailoitt For Our Church or 8nmlny School Why that gives mo an idea suppose you send in your renewal and got one of theso books for yourself and then when you BOO that it would be just splendid for the church or Sunday school write to mo had ask what special rates I could givo you if you should got up a club of subscribers in your Sunday school or church who wanted to got the comments on the Sunday school les son and tho news county stato nat bunt andworld and this book I believe it would surprise you what you could do with this book end the Citizen and the offer wo would mako youOh you are not yet a subscriber to the Citizen but just borrowed the paper from a neighbor f Well then youll Ira Interested to know that tho factory Couldnt Dtnko the Knives as fast as wo wanted thombut wo have just received shipment from them anti for a little while will send ono of those splendid twobladed razor stool knives to ovary ono who 8ubscrlptlon Hoping to hoar from you BOOH I am yoursI Ilene Trarheni Club J Creech Ky Aug 24 My Friends There is ono question that I want to ask and it is thisJWhat has ever become of the Teachers Club f When wo had our last mooting our plans wore to dorgood work this year with the B T Q This dont look much liko it to m I want to hear from some of the members through the Citizen Hnrlan county is progressing well l In the way of education better thaii at any time sincd I can remember Tho county was well represented at the Institute Every ono seams to- be showing interest in good schools J repairIngWo have an academy in this county odbuildingstories Tho teachers arc nil from Whoaton College Illinois i Harlan county is going to bo better represented Boron this year than ovor boysYoursCAM J LEWIS FOR SALEN ofexchange from4Beteatotdthe t l i S THE ANSWER W mlea her so we grieve day after day That she Is cone and ilnce abs went away The world seems empty Den the rowers of spring B cm no more bright The tone birds when they sing Make not such music now aa once they made Before Into the Unknown Land she strayed Can It be true that Qe la happy now IWhlle sorrows aore our burdened spirits I bowl Tea slie In that fair land where no tears i atari Knows not 01 we who only know In part Ikea not aa we tee with tear bfnded eyes she understands now all lifes mysteries Gods dealings now by her are understood She sees how all things work to ua for good Ken things which we call aorrow pain and loai She sees the crown eternal not the cross She knows that all Gods ways to uc are love And she It happy hi that home above A few brief yean of separation then Never to parted be well meet again Mils Margaret II Darnels In N T Observer 1cl Utlbi THE GRAFTERS 2J- TlRANCI5 LYNDE PJrllh 1 II zesoouasemuas CHAPTER VII CONTINUED We neednt keep these sleepy young persons out of bed any longer he an pounced briefly and the coadjutor said goodnight and joined him nt pncc What luck was David Kents anx leus query when they were free of the kouse and had turned their face townwardJust much as we might have expected Mrs Hcpzlbah refuse pointblank to sell her stockwont talk about It The Idea of parting With It now when It Is actually worth more than when we bought ItI he Quoted mimicking the tblnllppcd acidulous protest Later in an evil tnlnute I tried to drag you In and the let you have it square on the point pi the jawIntimated that it was a In which some of you Inside pee Die needed her block of stock to make jou whole She did by Jove Kents laugh was mirthlessI I was never down In her good books he said by way of accounting ror tho accusation- If Ormsby thought he know the rea son why ho was magnanimous enough to steer ct rot that shoal Its a ratss he growled I dont fancy you had any better luck with ElinorfShe Deemrd not to care much about It wny She said her mother irould hue the casting vein I know What I dont know Is chat remains to be done Mort waiting said Kent doflnl lively The fight is fairly on now as between the Ducks crowd and the corporaUons I meanbut there will probably be ups and downs enough to scare Mrs Drentwood into letting go We must be ready to strike when the Iron Is hot thats alt The Now Yorker tramped a full square In thoughtful silence before he said Candidly Kent Mrs Hcpzl bahs little stake In the Western Pa clflo Isnt altogether a matter of life and death to me dont you know U it comes to the worst I can have my broker play the part of tho god In tho car Happily or unhappily which ever way you like to put it I shant miss what ho may have to put up to make good on her 3000 shares David Kent stopped short and wheeled suddenly upon his companion Ormsby thats a thing Ive been afraid of all along and its one thing you must never do Why notT demanded the straight forward Orasby Kent knew he was skating on the thinnest of Ice but his love for Elinor made him fearION ot consequences If you dont plow without being told it proves that your money has spoiled you to that extent It is bec- aUSe you have no right to entrap Miss Drentwood Into an obligation that would make her your debtor for the very food she eats and the clothes oho wears You will say she never need knowbo very sure she will find out one way or another and she youI visibly rim You are frank enoughto draw It mildly Another man In my place might suggest that it isnt Mr David Kents affair Kent turned about and caught step againIve said my gayall of it he re joined stolidly Weve been decently modern tap to now end we wont go back to the elemental things so late In the day All the came youll not take It amiss it I say that I know Miss Brentwood better than you do Ormsby did not say whether he would or would not and the talk went aside to less summary ways and means preservative of tho Drentwood for tunes But at the archway ot the Camelot club whore Kent paused Ormsby went back to the debatable ground la an outspoken word- I know pretty well now what there Is between us Kent and we mustnt ftuarrel U we wa help IV ke said If you complain that Ididnt give yon a fair show Ill retort that I didnt dare to Are you satisfied No said David Kent and with that they separated CHAPTER VIII THE HATUAKUfia- By the terms of Its dating clause the now trust and corporation law became effective at once the public welfare requiring Jt and though there was an Immediate sympathetic decline in the securities Involved there was no panic financial or Indus trial to mark the change from the old to the new Contrary to the expectations ot the alarmists and the lawyers and somewhat to the disappointment of the Utter tho vested Interests showed no disposition to test the constitutional ity ot the net In the courts So far Indeed from making difficulties the various alien corporations affected by the new law wheeled promptly Into line In compliance with Its provis ions vicing with one unother In prov lug or seeming to prove the time worn aphorism that capital can nover afford to be otherwlso than strictly lawabidingIn of the Western Pacific David Kent developed at once and heartily Into that rare and muchBoughtfor quantity a man for nn emergency LorIng also was a busy man in this transition period yet ho found time to keep an appreciative eye on Kent and true to his Implied promise pushed him vigorously for the first place In tho legal department ot tho localized company Since the resident manager stood high In the Dos ton counsels of the company the push lag was not without results and while David Kent was still up to his eyes In the work of Hogging tho affairs of the newly named TransWestern Into conformity with the law his appointment came from the advisory boardSo befell that while the newly appointed general counsel ot the reor ganized Western Pacific was bolting his meals and clipping the nights at FOR QODB SAKE BUCKS SIARE ME THAT both ends In a strenuous endeavor to clear the decks for a possible battle royal at the capital events of a mina tory nature were shaping themselves elsewhereTo these events down to their focusing point In the period ot tranal tion Jt Is needful to go back a little to a term ot the circuit court held in the third year ot Gaston the pros perousWho Mrs Melissa Varnum was how she came to be traveling from Midland City to tho end of tho track on a scalpers ticket and In what manner she was given her choice of paying faro to the conductor or leav- Ing the train at Qaston these are details with which we need not concern ourselves Suffice It to say that Kent then local attorney for tho company mastered them and when Mrs Var num through Hawk her counsel sued for = 5000 damages ho was able to get a continuance knowing from long experience that the Jury would cor talnly find for tho plaintiff If the case were then allowed to go to trial And at the succeeding term of court which was the one that adjourned on the day of Kents transfer to the capi tal two ot the companys beat witnesses had disappeared and the one bit of company business Kent had been successful In doing that day was to postpone for a second time tho coming trial of the Varnum case It was while Kents bead was deep est In the flood ot reorganization that a letter came from one Blashflold Hunnlcott his successor In tho local attornoyshlp at Gaston asking for In structions in the Varnum matter Judge MacFarlanoa court would con yeas In a week Was he Hunnicott shouldhethoduclbli movo for a further continu ance Kent took his bead out ot the cross seas long enough to answer By all moans Hunntcott was to obtain an other continuance It possible And If before the case were called there should bo any new developments he was to wire at once to the general office and further instructions would issue It was about this Urn or to be strictly accurate on the day preceding the convening of Judge MocFarlanei court In Gaston that Governor Ducks took a short vacation his first since the adjournment of the assembly Late that same night Stephen Hawk waa keeping a rather discomforting vigil with a visitor In the best suite ot rooms the MidContinent Hotel In Gaston afforded The guest of honor was a brother lawyer though he might hue refuted to ackaowlrfcft the rela UonsWp with the exdistrict attoraey a keeneyed buslnessllko gentleman whose name as an organizer ot vast capitalistic ventures had traveled far and wbose present attltudo was one of undisguised and angry contempt for Gaston and all things Gostonlan How much longer have we to wait he demanded impatiently when the Imnds of his watch pointed to the quar Urhour after ten Youve made mo travel two thousand miles to see thus thing through why didnt you make sure of having your man hero Hawk wriggled uneasily In his chair He was used to being bullied not only by the good and great but by the little and evil as well Yet there was a rasp to the great mans Impatience that Irritated him Ive been trying to tell you all even Ing that Im only the hired man In this business Mr Falkland I cant com pel tho attendance of the other par tiesWell its damned badly managed as far as weve gone was the un gracious comment You say the judge refuses to confer with me AbsolutelyAnd the last train the other man can come on Is that In yetHawk consulted his watch A good halfhour ago You had your clerk at the station to meet It I did And he hasnt reported Not yet- Fnlkland took a cigar from hIs case bit tho end of It like a man with a grudge to satisfy and began again Theru Is a very unbusinesslike mystery about all this Mr Hawk anti I may as well tell you shortly that my time Is too valuable to make me tole rant of haltconfidences Get to Ute bottom of It line your man weakened Y No ho is not of the weakening kind And besides the scheme Is hIs own from start to finish as you know Well what Is the matter then Hawk rose If you will be patient a little while longer Ill go to tho wire and try to find out I am as much In the dark at you are This last was not strictly true Hawk had a telegram In his pocket which was causing him more uneasiness than all the rasping criticisms ot the Now York attorney and ho was rereading It by the light of the corridor bracket when a young man sprang from the ascending elevator and hurried to the door of tho parlor suite Hawk col lared his Mercury before ho could rap on the door Well he queried sharply Its Just as you suspected what Mr Hcndrlcks telegram hinted nt I met him at tho station and couldnt do a thing with him Where has he goner To the same old place You followed him Sure That is what kept me so longHawk hung upon his decision for tho barest fraction of a second Then he gavo his orders concisely Hunt up Doctor Macquold and get him out to the clubhouse as quick as you can Tell him to bring his hypo- dermIc Ill bo there with all the help hell need And when the young man was gone Hawk smote tho air with a clenched flat and called down tho Black Curse of Shlelygh or its modern equIv- alent on all the fates subversive ot welllaid plans A quarter of an hour later on the upper floor of the clubhouse at the GonUemcns Driving park four men burst In upon a fifth a huge figure crouching in a corner like a wild beast at bay A bottle end a tumbler stood on the table under tho hanging lamp and with tho crash ot breaking glass which followed tho madbull rush of the giant tho reek of French brandy filled tho room Hold him still if you can and pull up that sleeve It was Mncquold who spoke and the throe apparitors breathing hard sat upon the prostrate man and bared his arm for the physi clan When the npomorphla began to do its work there was a struggle of another sort out of which emerged a pallid and somewhat stricken rein carnation of tho governor Falkland Is waiting at the hotel and ho and MacFarlane cant get to gather said Hawk tersely when the patient was fit to listen Otherwise we shouldnt have disturbed you Its all day with the scheme if you cant show up Tho governor groaned and passed his hand over his eyes Get me Into my clothes Johnson has the grip and sIre me all the time you can was the sullen rejoinder and In duo course the Honorable Jasper G Bucks clothed upon and In his right mind was enabled to keep his appointment with tho New York at torney at tho Mid ConUnent hotel But first came the whIppingIn ot MacFarlane Ducks went alone to the judges room on the floor above the parlor suite It was now near mid- nIght but MacFarlane had not gone to bed Ho was a spare man with thin hair graying rapidly at tho temples and a careworn face the taco of a man whoso tasks or responsibilities or both have overmatched him lIe was walking the floor with his head down and his htnds thin nerveless hands they were tightly lockea behind him when the governor entered For a large man the Honorable Jas per was usually able to handle his weight admirably but now he dung to the doorknob until he could launch himself at a chair and be sure uf hit ItWhats this Hawks telling me about you MacFarlsno ho demanded frowning portentously I dont know what he has told you But It is too flagrant Ducks I cant do it and thats all there Is about It The protest was feebly fierce and there was the snarl of a halted animal In the tone ItC tate to sifts fflfflonltl now was the harsh reply Youve got to do It I tell you I cannot and I will not A late attack of conscience eh rsneered the governor who was sober- Ing rapidly now Let me ask a question or two How much was that security debt your son lnlaw lot you la forY It was 10000 It Is an honest debt and I shall pay It But not out of the salary of a circuit judge Ducks interposed Nor yet out of the tees you make your fclcrka divide with you And that Isnt all Have you forgotten the gerry mander business How would you like to see the true Inwardness of that In tho newspapers The judge shnik as if the hags gee turing band had struck him You wouldnt dare he began- You were in that too deeper than =Again tbo governor Interrupted him Cut It out he Commanded I can reward and I can punish You are not going to do anything technIcally Illegal but by the gods you are going to walk the line laid down for you If you dont I shall give the documents In tho gerrymander affair to the papers tho day after you fall Now well go and see Falkland- MaeFarlaao made oue last protest methatest collusion between the Judge the counsel for the plaintiff and the devil Cut that out too anti come along said tho governor brutally and by the steadying help ot the chair the door post and the wall of the corridor he led the way to the parlor suite on the floor below The conference In Falklands rooms was chiefly a monologue with the sharpspoken Now York lawyer In the speaking part When it was concluded the judge took his leave abruptly pleading the lateness of the hour and his duties for the morrow When he was gono the New Yorker bigaa again You wont want to be known la this I take it be said nodding at the governor Mr Hawk here will an aver well enough for the legal part but how about tho business end of ItT Have you got a man you can trust The governors yellow eyebrows met In a meaning scowl To Da Continued SOMETHING JUST AS GOOD Coaldnt Ret Svrrrl IVncU bbl Dl Nut Hctarn Ktnpty Handed Ignorance Is bliss but one nf the bellboys connected with a certain he tel in town Is Inclined to doubt the old maxim says the Albany Journal The boy In question Is now endeavoring to learn the names of all the flowers that grow because of an absurd mistake which ho made a short Ume age It seems that a gentleman and hIs wife who Is very fond ot flowers and particularly sweet peas put up at the hotel tho other night She asked her husband to send and get her a bunch of sweet peas no ho rang for a boy and when the youngster appeared the man handed him a bill sad told bias to bring up some sweet peas The tOT looked at the man In doubt and amass ment for a moment hut took the Ml and left tho room rather reluctantly It was some time before he returned In fact the young couple became Ured ot walling for him At last he did come however but with a bundle Ira his arms dono up brown paper Tilt poor boy was all out of breath and sa he laid the package on the table ha exclaimedI get any sweet peas in the store but I brought you some sweet corn which I thought would do Vrtmente ot Mind On one occasion a great public die net was given to Isaac Hull by the town of Boston and ho was asked to sIt for his picture to Gilbert Stuart the celebrated artist who was a great braggart When Hull visited his studio Stuart took great delight In en tertaining him with anecdotes of his English success stories of the marquis of this and the baroness ot that which showed how elegant was the society to which he bad been accustomed Unfortunately in tho midst ot this grandeur Mrs Stuart who did not know that there was a sitter came in with apron on and her head tied up with some handkerchiefs from the kitchen and cried out Do you mean to have that leg of mutton boiled or roasted To which Stuart replied with great presence of mind ask your mistress Chicago Chronicle Iromluorjr Notes It is said that a man whose musical talent was as widely known as his Impecunious condition once accosted a friend on tho street drew him into a doorway and requested a loan of I2S When do you think youll be able to repay Itt asked the friend to whom ft was by no means a now experience This time said jbe ready borrower with an engaging smile I hoped youd bo willing to make It a Kthle a Mavourneen loan A whatto demanded the practical manA Kathleen Mavourneen loan said his expensive friend It may bu for years and It may be forever Youths Companion bagged at Lat Not even the best friends of Mrs- Cobb could claim for her tho gift ot gracious speech although they laid great stress on her kind Intentions at- a1l times Well well said tho good lady breathlessly as she grasped as cquajntanco by tho arm coming out of a crowded concert ball here Ive been on a wildgoose chase an day- long and at last find you where I should neer have thought et looking Youths Oompauloja leeee eeeeeee e f fRICHMOND GREENHOUSES I Phone 188 Richmond Kyfe aOUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS O Ibr o+o+o+o+o +o+o +G +o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+oo+o +o+o tTHE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o Is here and every housewife wants one or more + pieces of new 1oh FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stoolwill aurprlso you how well and bow reasonably we can your wants iIt IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD Florence Drop Tor Ball Dearlnlt Sewing K5 f3O and worth EW SCO and i ORUTCHER EVANS MachinesiSopllni Old Stand Richmond Kr per Phone 71 Nliht Phone HU +O+O +o+O +o+O+OO+O+oM+O+O +o+O+O+oO+O+O+Oo+O +OO+ 4 Carriage Satisfaction Herer PhaetonsRunabouts Trapst Useful ComfortableStylish Our Vehicles ate one FLAWLESS In wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give tbo uttiifoctlon our giveNo than HERE No better time to buy than t NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topuotch r We repaint ropalr and rotlro Got our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond II y- orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrCtrrrrrrrl U 1 I rrrtrrrrrrrrrrItrrK r I Getting Comfortable Is a fine art You cant do it without having justIIii the right sort of 4 Furniture and just the right tamount We have all the things you wantmake s your house into a home t IILOUIS 0 LESTER INext to the Mill Chestnut Ave x t Phone 93 jug o- YLeYttkeilakasLialsStis j ltaS5At57titSsaStkSste3tkkisn7tai1a 7skkil + QII v 7n Call at T J Moberleyfl and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY H I Richmond Kentucky rMonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY OortMr of Main and Collins Streets 1 Buggies Surries IGraceful I Dr W G BESTf I DENTIST Office over Post Office Sa PaBAKERDentist Orrlca BEREA KYOar rrinUnc OmM Office hours from 8 to 4 City Fbono 123 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnoforta a G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to sight and day- Telephone No 4 Boron Ky KkKKktRkk Kt wGtkKkRRKkR rThe Citizen i BEREA KY S A weekly paper devoted to 5 the interests of the Mountain 6 eers of Kentucky J iii Great Premiums for Newif Subscriptions iAGENTS WANTED 2 Advertising Rates will be i furnished on applicationIe1M 4k1t11tOilSCtAk1t7111ttilitlalldie I WLDOUfl1ASI 11 iPNEES 46 Colorfi CJtheywill brassy ti r Notwith BtniidlriRtlia priceDI still for ns 35Q and mons 3IW shoos than an In tho world 101000 REWARD to em who disprove this price 350 as formerly volumeof my busi 1theSllmc than make up for the of my profit take you Into my fnc tortes at Brockton Mass and show you the infinite care with which every pair of Douglas shoes k made you would realize why they are the best shoes produced anywhere inVW U Douglas 350 shoes cost to make why they hold t IntrinsiJA SOLD 0Y T fJy COYLE HAYESt BEREA KENTUCKY a o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 elIierea an lClnl y i o 0 o o- o GATHERED PROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e e Q 2ooooeoeooooMrs Arthur Hunt is very low Mrs K A Cook who ban been quito Hick in recovering Miiw Aiiiu Fowlor milliner has tnorvd opposite Wu- lehHfBunnlt and Kiln Fowlor are visit big their sister Allie howler I nnd Mrs Spencer of Cumber laud Gap urn visiting in Boren Mrs S L Clarke anti daughter Loiln loft Tuesday for Tennomeo Mr J L Bowler is at work again in the printing office after n wcoka Vacation Two children of Mr Reed Robin I son and Mr Isaac Hughim aro nlso reported nick Ituv Mr Blkins of Missouri pnvuihod in tho Union church lust I Sunday night Mr Harry Burton night wafch man nt Welchs wits married to Miss Luln IhlllipH last week ft Mrs Seeds is visiting her sister Lillian til Station Camp wlrtjro she is teaching Tutor Sonic is attend lug the luNtituto at Manchester Mm Fnnnio Dommon has re turned from a few days visit with friends mid rulntivm in tho lower part of Madison and Jessamine couu tiesMiss Jonnio Hanson Miss Our trude Hulctt Mrs Bowling Mm lloakins Mr Cbrixman Mrs Smith and John Muncy who bnvo been sick are convalescent Miss Edith Favillo who has been I visiting relatives hero returned to ti Norfolk Va where site is teaching in the kindergarten Her sister Miss Esther remains in Boron to attend school Benton Hull tbo 12 year old son of tho railroad section foreman riled of n complication of brain fever nod other troubles last week The laxly was taken to the former homo in Wildio for interment The loiters from President Frost and Miss Kobinran published in this issue nro authentic and interest ing wen tho their authors hnvo roo tunnel to Boron Thoy hnvo been crowded out of earlier numbers of Tbo Citizen the Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How Is It with the children Arc they thin pale delicate 7 Do not forget Aycrs You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the J igeneral health In every way Tim children eannM lbr hive toort hoillh unlMt Ibe bowels In proper cotull C4btI nin lili tfl i a etrtTftbu by clvlnit iiiwll iautlre done of Apere Illlt All TCKublivg reoatMl I iXaia atIIAIV1 ers J snOES osellsnmoro ola-manufaoturcr cm eMr For Sarsaparllla HAIR VIGOR AGUE CURL ClfUlty rmOllAL IMt1i ALL LEATHERSALL STYLES ALL ONE PRICE S3r50 more The latest word from Dr Thorn son who is at tbo lcdfiido of Ida father in Medina Ohio is that his father is very low but in grunt pain nod liu fools that ho cannot him Ho tins therefore asked Dr Cook to tako his place again next Sunday morning and conduct tho communion sorvico nIOIIna Ailait Hl Whereas the officials of Boron Col logo whoso right it was extended to our church the use of their chapel and college grounds for tho entertain mont of tho Tales Crook Association therefore bo if resolved That wo hereby express our thanks for the use of tho same and for the brotherly spirit that prompted the offer Furthermore bo it resolved that blinks Iw returned to W C Oninblo nun wife for assistance ren dorod in the service of tho songs Done nt ncnlied mooting of the Boron Baptist Church Amos Stout Mod B II Gnbbnrd Ch Clerk Sept 2 1000 IrtMililrnt Pnxl to Ilin ltrr n RltulrnU of Ijiit Yrnr East Northllold Mass Aug 20 1000 My Dear rlellllsI bppo all of you aro taking tho Citizen HO that this letter mny roach all the young people who sat in our chapel last winter I lovo to think of that chapel nnd tho sermons wo heard nnd tho songs wo sang there I am writing from Northflold Mass whore Mr Moody the great orange list planted two schools one for girls nod ouo for boys Tho boys yestortiny made a brief address Tho school is very touch liko ours except that the lays tutu girls are in separate schools four miles apart and thero is no college department I noticed thnt they sing tho sumo hymns wo love so upYOllllorTrustChristian Soldiers nud nil the rest Now 1 nm writing this letter especially to urge nil of you who have not graduated from BOIIIO of our courses to come back to Boron nUll to cone back at the beginning of the Fall Term Sept 12th I know moot of you want to como back and I hopo you will not lot anything pro- ven you from mooting mo in tho chnpol that Wednesday It is so much bettor in every way to begin in the Fall Do not waste your limo waiting or fooling around but got back Sept 12 You can do it Where theres a will theres a wayWo can help you more and teach you bettor in the Fall So make your plnns right away Writo to Mr Gamble and ongngo n room if you have not done so already Do daYRAllsomo pleasant surprises for the opening of the Full Term Fight down tho difficulties mnko up your mind to do the thing that is truly the best invito your friends to como with you chnpolSeptFaithfully yours WM Goo DALE FROST tietthyTonicl fI College New Tutor May is flick Miss Amy McLish writes that Rho cannot be with us until the wlnlor term bringing son oven if she hasnt boon to Eu ropeProf anti Mrs Rigby returned last night It sounds good to hoar tho Professors honrty greeting againPresident Frost arrived in Berea Wednesday noon Mrs Frost and tho children are not expected until next Tuesday Mr Burgess Supt of Construe tion of Buildings is supposed to bo nick but it looks doubtful when ono BOeR him out walking doingSundayreturned Tuosday night bringing with him five now otudonts Miss Todd our registrar is hard at work again also Mr Lindsley who with Mrs Lindsloy has been in Now York resting during tho vo onion Miss Morrow appears ready for work once moro Everybody is filled with enthusiasm and good resolu golug Mr A S Worthon who will bo remembered by all who were hero last year writes to havo his Citizen sent him at MacDonald College St Anno Do Bellvue Quebec Miss Elizabeth Lewis who is to bo assistant librarian arrived with Miss Corwin and Miss Maiden Sat urday pight Miss Lewis and Miss Chautauqunduring in Now Jersey Miss Josephine Robinson whoso letter from England is found in this issue returned a few days ago groatdealDonn of Women and many interesting experiences Some of tho students who have arrived are Miss Maiden Roy East man Joaeo Huff Abnor Slillwoll John GenIes George Haldano and Rolla Hoffman Tho oxcursion Tuesday will doubtless bring back nil of our old classmates Tho chapel tower is undergoing some repairs and tho library build ing is receiving its finishing touches Tho third story of the Bruce build- Ing is nearing completion Mr Howard Clark who has boon over seeing tho bricklaying deserves spe commendationMr assistant treas urer and purchasing agent begun to get buoy again last Saturday anti of course is keeping everybody else within a radius of several miles al most as busy as himself Tho stock for tho bookstore has boon ordered and tho soda fountain began running Wednesday Ralph Pattn ono of last years students and Thomas Cook who recently returned from China and enters school next week will have charge of this department Prof Juno Vnlt Italno- Boroas Collegiate Department re ceives a groat roenforcomont in tho coming of Rev Jag W Raino as Professor of English and Rhetoric Raise is n native of Scotland gradu ate of Oberlin College and Union Theological Seminary and was form erly a professor in tho State Agricul tural College of Kansas and a tutor at Obcrlin Ho is woll known as a popular Reader and Lecturer and comes to us from a most successful pastorate at Rivorhoad N Y Ho is n man of talent and consecration who will bo a loyal coworkor in the Faculty and nu unselfish friend to everystudent cite Opening TofU Sept 119 Boron is getting ready to moot tho students new and old next week Already a good many students arc in town and they aro getting quite a crowd at the Boarding Hall Tho offices open Tuesday at 2 p in for opening morning in tho great now Chapel Much interest is being aroused by the announcement that Judgo Ed C ORear of tho Court of Appeals is to give three lectures on County Organization CountlAdmtnistratlon and winter in the Kentucky University Law School On account of the con fusion existing in many counties in their admiustration it is felt that these lectures will moot a present need Those interested in these or other law courses should noto tho advertisement of the Kentucky Uni rurally Law School in this issue experiencefortho writer escaped death by taking Dr CaldwellH laxative Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous stom ach or bowel Inflcunatlon The gentle soothing curative purlflcatlve action of this syrup Is without any coual In the science of medicine Sold W 8 E WELCH at COc and 100 Money back It it falls WOMEN FLED From tho Burning Building In Night Robot One Man Killed LoutiTlllo KyThe Ore which par tinily destroyed the Caperton building caused a financial lots of 110000 Harry 0 Cox of Darditown Ky WI suffocated and his body partially burned Harvey Whlto Louisville wu overcome by smoke Arthur W Yen trios of Philadelphia sustained a broken anklo and Capt Sam Oldham aromas was hurt In a fall of 30 feet Tho bulldlns la four stories tho lower being used as storerooms and the upper threo as flats The fire started in the roar and shot up the alrhaft be- Ing diverted at tho roof to the adJa- cent rooms on tho upper stories Twee ty women were obliged to toaro tho building In tholr night clothing and took tofugo in tho offices of tho Unltod State district attorney in the tomhouse lust opposite Harry Cox was 22 years of ago and was engaged to bo married to Miss Mary Murphy daughter of Charloa T Murphy of Louluvlllo Ills body was taken to tho Murphy residence Oak street from whoro tho funeral will bo held White recovered otter bolng carried through tho flames Into tho open air Vontrlos who gave the alarm by calling to PM icraby on tho street got bla feet tangled In hla night robo and broke nil ankle in falling IN A DRY QOOOB BOX Mother and Her Son Live In Prefer ence to an Almshouse Glasgow KyTWlt an ordinary ptno dry goods box Is tho abode of Polly Ann Stinnett and eon RIley at Ells nhothtown Having no shelter and no means they begged the box from a merchant dragged it to tho oast end of tho town and ensconced themselves therein Passers by aro given as cheer ful a salutation as if tho mother and eon wero dwelling In a palace They subsist on tho charity of neighbors Doth refused to enter the county alms house saying they preferred their dry goods box ANOTHER CLASH I I Between the HallMartin PeudUU Re suits In More Bloodshed Bereent Ky Reliable news reached hero from heaver creek that tho Hall Martin trod factions como together egaln Thero were perhaps CO shots fired on each side the Martin faction having started tho fight According to the reports John Vanes a brother of Dick Vance wan fatally wounded He belonged to tho Hall faction Ono of the Hills received a dangerous wound being shot once in the thigh and arm So tar as is learned there was no ono shot on the Martin side Bargain in Rent Pretty four room cottage garden 100x 100 feet on Prospect street 550 per month B P Ambrose Prospect street Boron Ky New Potatoes I For new potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN and got your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 DOo n suit in all it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rent in Boron some of them with barn and garden of the Treasurer any weekday 045 to 12 n m or 8 to 4 pm BARGAINS Meal06opor bushel Granulated Sugar 50 per l- bFlour40o to 55o per sack Best Bacon Salt40e per 100lbs Good Coffeo12c and IDcperlb All other goods at tho lowest pos sible pricesM D SETTLE Big Hill Ky TO CURD A COLD IN ONO DAY Take LAXATIVIt BROMO Quinine Tablet WGROVK8c n SKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKkkKKFor Rent Cheap f A nice little Cottage House of four rooms on Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on or address Ge D UOLLIDAY REAL ESTATE AGENT MAIN BT 1IKKKA KY- ktltt1111ieI1ttStkllgllhiIWetl t DAWSON SPRINGS MINERAL WATER- Is what you need to keep your liver right and your system clean We have it for sale at the foun tain and also in a concentrated form for use at home TRY IT The Porter Drug CoINCORPORATED G e e The Road to the Poor House I eItion and leads into the valley of Ilost opportunities e = Avoid its Miseries IBytaking some Life Insurance IWOOLF Agent for THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IINSURANCE CO OF BOSTON MASS j e eoeoeoeo ooeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoooeo o 0 Wear Wellworth DRESSY CLOTHING 1- S e 0 THEY ARE THE SUITS THAT FIT o o Neat and Nobby Workmanship the very best The o Wellworth is the kind that isatisfies Every suit sold o sells one more Dont fall to come in and look our place through We have i suits for Men Youths and I Boys at 5 6 7 8 10 i 1250 1I5 oIjWe0Ladfeso drens furnishings at low o prices for cash o- WE GIVE CASH SALE CHECKS WORTH 5 PERCENT I 0 S Yours Respectfully o The New Cash 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Beautiful pictures given ai premiums to alt- sew subscribers Liberal termsgivrn toady who obtalna new tot un Any one sending vs four tarlr subscriptions can receive The CtllitB free- rer himself for one year AdTtrUsIng late aa application isA Gloucester Mass man has been bitten 40 times by a pet bulldog Theres no accounting for tastes in the matter of pets A Tennessee man wants congress to pass a law against peekaboo waists lIe must possess an unholy desire to set congress to bunt for trouble A seacow 18 feet long and which cost S2000 has been added to the New York aquarium The trouble with these seacows is that they give salted milk The daughter of a Standard 011 magnate has announced her engagement to a chauffeur Who will be the first heiress to marry her father aeronaut The discovery of a lot of new coal in Pennsylvania will not especially interest the consumer A find of this kind does not exert any effect on the price Tho Now York World publishes an article under the title of New York Minds Its Own Business It does sc probably because It refuses to recog j nize the fact that there Is any othet i business Bostons school board has announced that the marriage of a teacher will be considered equivalent io her resigna lion There has for a long time been a general supposition that Boston school teachers never married A Kansas lady insists that woman can never hope to be mans equal un til she Is able to open a telegram at calmly as she Is able to open a can ol corn Why not give her a chancel Let her have equality as soon as she it able to open a telegram as calmly as a man opens a can of corn Mrs Humphrey Ward Is coming tc this country perhaps for tho purpose of finding out whether she stated the case strongly enough when she Bald all Americans were Insufferably vul gar Incidentally she will lecture the vulgar things and get as much of theft money as possible The Candymakers association has retained a medical expert to Investl gate Instances of candy poisoning After diagnosing eight cases In Brook lyn the deaths were attributed to bad milk Of course the milk dealers physician will promptly shUt the re sponsibility to breakfast foods The boy who was flogged by the driver of an ice wagon for jumping on the step behind and taking a spun ter of Ice should have remembered that at the present rates a fragment big enough for a cooling mouthful lea valuable piece of property tho tak- Ing of which Is almost grand larceny t A Texas railroad has ordered that no boys are to be employed in the companys shops who have not completed eight grades of school while Bone are to be taken for clerical work not completed a high school titcourse Compulsory education laws would become mighty nearly obsolete k If similar rules were adopted by all business and Industrial concerns Although many other Industries flourish in this country the manufac i ture of paupers seems to be on the tidecline According to a report of the of the census the number pi paupers In almshouses In every hunt i dred thousand of the population has decreased from 132 In 1880 to a traction more than 101 In 1903 Eng tland and Wales had In 1905 almost Indoor paupers to the hundred thousand of population or almost seven times tho proportion of the United States t During the fiscal year ending June BO 1906 there were Imported Into the i United States uncut diamonds to the ll value of 110579000 cut diamonds valued by the customhouse appraisers I at 24282000 and other precious 1 stones to the amount of 84247000a total of more than 110000000 And yet when the tax assessor goes d- laImonll hunting anywhere in the United these gems so rich and rare j do not sparkle for him Their luster is dimmed to a few thousand dollars In w the forgetful memory of the tax dodger Tho English are objecting serious 1 to the smell of the American cigar This International bond of unity 14ttogrowing art arriving in Now at the rate of 9000 a day This will to some extent onset the sum j mertravol from America to the cap pals of the old worSt f I tJI s- y Btm uhiirtltf to- lla11giaign All Emtfributimts I By HON JOHN D LONG ExSeeretsry of the Navy HE ideal and the right thing would bo not to spend a dollar in a political campaign There are some iiceessjiry expense hut they are mighty few Not to ho menlyinouthwl what is spurt otherwise which is nearly the whole goes in the way of director indirect corruption sometimes in the stm9git out buying of influence I hope tho time will come for mostuviU vitro themselves by their excess when the only electioneering agencies will be the open stump where the candidate will argue his vase before the people anti the press taking sides unpaidand dism dterested and when there will he no getting out of tile vote except as it comes out of its own accord Better that thrcotmnrtprs of the voters stay at home than be dragged to the polls to swell a vote to which they contribute no interest and no intelligence However the millennium is not yet and wo must deal with existing conditions If there must be contributions to political campaigns lot us have publicity as to where it comes from and where it goes to Is tho principle of publicity in this matter feasible It is vital It will do more than anything else not only to keep political expenditures decent but to keep them and the contributions to them down to a decent figure If there arc to be such contributions I cannot see how a line can be drawn limiting them to any class of contributors Their justification is put on the ground of securing public servants rain legislation which will best conserve the public interest If on this ground an individual may contribute so certainly may a firm of individuals or a corporation repre seating the interests of its individual stockholders Hut no firm and no corporation should contribute a dollar of its funds except by the authority of its constituents and with their full knowledge Not only should all political contributions bo made public but that publicity should attach to them from the very moment they are made not months after the election is over A daily statement of every cent given and of every cent expended would clear the air and especially would keep the amount down Managers would be pretty careful what agencies they employed and what inducements they offered if held to this public scrutiny There would be a sharp falling off in expenditures and n corresponding pruning of grant slush funds and in th- ereklcss and demoralizing contributions to them Corrup tion cannot stand the light and publicity is salvation r1ttlatt to BTU lxurxil- iarkrr u J1IuratiUlt By SAMUEL S KOENIG New York Politician If there Some ecr noinic scheme or plan by which the thousands the underpaid andover worked men and women of large cities could given a week sway from tho surroundings that Income so monot onously impressed on the mind and nerves and have that week in a locality where diversion would andjmODjTo have an institution that had as object only tho purposp giv ing to every a vacation without any idea profit to itsolf and to never have any surplus except that which held against just claims To arrange that by tho payment of a small sum weekly or monthly a person might lay up sufficient with the institution that would give him with no further concern the chance to leave his work and have a weekat a place in the country with a sum of money equivalent to his weekly pay and with no charge for his accommodations Assuming that a man getting 15 a week could with no great loss in his weekly comfort pay 25 cents a week toward a weeks keeping in the country his total would be 1200 which would pay his faro to and from the place and keep him in comfort for the week Few men there who cannot spare that much out of theweekly savings and how few men there are who spare the 15 ornO neces sary at time to take a couple of days away from the grind of the years work Where a man hada family an increased weekly payment would get the same result and where a man was an earner of sufficient capacity should be able to pay enough weekly so that might have not only the benefit of an easily taken wellconducted visit to recreation but receive the amount of tho weeks wages as well Such plans worked by some of the big employers of labor in the world and they work to the entire satisfaction of every one concerned One big plant in Germany gives an employe who has been with it a year a rest cure in the mountains at expense with full pay Out in Ohio a firm taxes its employes a small hit each weekwith their permission and sends them away for two weeks to a farm in the country where they are entertained as well as is at the ordinary high priced summer boardinghoiiM That the idea be made practical and of the greatest benefit to the small wage earner I havent the least doubt and I firmly believe that it will be done sooner or later thligiran 3 uwutial ta Sfafitre of iiatt By REV W A WATERMAN was of our be its of one of was was he are can one ho he are its ono can Religion springs up in mans necessities which will slake imperative de mands upon his soul aft er all churches shall havo crumbled could he live so long While man remains and duty judg ment and eternity re main religion willre main having its necessity in the moral constitution A nonreligious man isrataat his best Church Bible and priest come to man as his friends to enlighten inspire and unfold to him his nature and aid him in maintaining normalstate and relations Jfcn are not released from moral and religious obligation by keeping out of church and worship Itcligious obligations canto not by churches creed Bible or priest these came after the moral constitution was created The Bible is Gods handbook of religion Break down the book sweep away its history story and chronology as some are trying to do and think they have you do not touch much less destroy the authority atndobliga tions of religion Religion is not a superfluity Religious living is the normal condition of man Law abiding is the normal state vf the citizen JESUS ENTERS JERUSALEM IN TRIUMPH Sunday School Lesson lor Sept 9 1906 SpecJiSr Prepare let This Paper LESSON TKXTMatt SIlI7 Mom GOLDICNT XTlIIltt1 wl Is ho that Cometh In the name of the LorlMattt tiMRAprll t and 3 A Dn It was what bas come to be known aa 1alm SundayPLACEOn the west of the Mount or OMvri toward Jerusalem front Itetlmny then In the itreeti of Jeru Htlvm and In the court ot tho temple Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 Thy Jesus apostles Passover pilgrims Drew nigh Jerusalem Bethphago Bethany was but two miles from Jerusalem Uethphago was still nearer both villages being on tho Mount ot Olives V3 Go Into tho village Presum ably tho village of Uethphago An ass and a colt It was tho colt that Jesus wished to use but by bringing the mother with It and leading her before tho colt would readily follow V 3 If any man say aught Tho owner of tho animal did Inquire of the disciples what they meant by taking them and received the reply that Jcsuu had Instructed thorn to give Tho Lord hath need of them Of even these humble animals our Lord had need Straightway he will send them Having used them the Lord will return them to you This promise be undoubtedly fulfilled as they returned that very evening Vs 4 5 Fulfilled spoken by the prophets Zechariah writing flvo centuries before foretold the Messiahs meekness by picturing him thus riding on an ass Tell ye tho daughter of Slon A poetic mode of saying Proclaim to the Inhabitants of Jerusalem The city was often styled Slon from one of its hills Thy King cometh mock etc Jesus was to come not like a fierce warrior but as a prince of peace V 7 Put on thorn their clothes It was fitting that an animal to bo ridden by a monarch should be decked with gorgeous clothes V 8 A very great multitude Often as many as 2700000 people came to the Passover feast of Jeru salem Many Passover pilgrims ac accompanied Jesus and the twelve soma however looked on with cowl scorn See Uov Vor also Luke 19 39 40 Spread their garments Laid their abbas loose outer coats tor his boast to tread upon tom this the day has come to bo known as Palm Sunday V 9 That went before and that I followed The throng that poured out from Jerusalems gates ascended the Mount of Olives until It mot the advancing party then turning went boforo Jesus and his Immediate at tendants Tho throng before mono tioned followed Cried HaUler chanted perhaps antiphonally as Jews were wont to do In worship The words they used wore from Ps 1182526 They were words applied strictly to the Messiah Hosanna A Hebrew word which mount literally Save wo pray but has passed into a common acclamation of joy ovor de liverance It Is much like Cod save tho king In the name of the Lord As the representative of the Heavenly Father Hosanna In the highest From highest heaven alone even from God himself can salvation for men come These shouts burst from the throng when the gorgeous pano rama of the city broke upon their view The same scene however called forth from Jesus however a sobbing lamentation See Luko 19 4144 V 11 Jesus the prophet of Nat areth In Galilee Possibly from fear ot tho Jewish rules they no longer called him Son of David V 12 Jesus went into the tem plo Jesus claimed not political but spiritual kingship What Is about to bo related occurred on the follow- Ing day Cast out all them Earlier In his ministry John 21322 Jesus had similarly cleansed the temple- V 13 Den of thieves Perhaps traders were fraudulent In their deal- Ings at any rate they robbed God of the honor and reverence which are due to him V 16 Children erring has anna The boys In the temple re peated now the cry they had heard from tho multitude the preceding day- S re displeased The temple au thorities wore Indignant perhaps because they feared the noise would evoke tho Interference of Homan sol diers but tnore especially because they disliked everything that tended to establish the renown of Jesus V 16 Nearest thou what these sayT They thought Jesus cause was belittled by the acclamations of tho children and that therefore bo would rebuke them Hut Jesus then as now loved the children and was pleased by every expression of their love for him lave yo never ready etc lie refers to the Septuagint version of Ps 82 whoso context shows that the Heavenly 4atlterdellghts to havo the children ndmlro and enjoy nil Tils great works Practical Points V 2 When we go forth under Jesus directions we find the way prepared before us V 8 Mill the day soon dawn when all mankind will honor King Jesus Rev 79- V 12 fo Jesus lex us commit the work of costing out all tbit defiles Jods hUI un templeMars 71 S23 V evil Is present with us it 13JfIs by own permission Jas 14 V us Give to Jesus tho loving bustnd sincere praise nl a litUo child Matt 183 j STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I DATES FIXED For Winchester Meeting of the State Development Convention Louisville Ky Arrangements wero made for the State Development Con ventlon to bo held In Winchester this fall John Farra was uluctcd chair mnn of the meeting A Y Ford IL E Hughes and Hubert Vrecland oflx ula vllle were present In person and J No Kehoe C J B Norwood and W S Hurklns of Preitonburir were repre sented by proxy Judge A M Denton was elected vice chairman October 10 11 and IS were selected as the dates for tho convention The coal mines and big lumber mills along the Kentucky River will be visited A prize of 850 will bo given the district send ing the largest delegation Former Senator Wra Lindsay will be asked to prcsldo at tho Winchester meeting Prof I II Daily of Cornell University will be Invited to talk on horticulture and fruits It wjs announced that Winchester had donated 1500 for the entertainment of the visitors The Louisville Commercial Club will at tend The club entertained the visit ing delegates from Winchester at a banquet In the Seolbach Hotel PART OF THE ASSETS Are Revoked License Say Saloon Men Will Contest Mayors Act Lexington KyThe saloon men of this city who have suffered by the re vokatlon of their license through tho actions of Mayor Thomas A Combs have engaged attorneys and will make a fight through the courts to test the legally of the net whereby the mayor wee given power to revoko their li cense Tho contention will be made that the revokatlon of a saloon license Is a violation of property rights In that the license is a part of tho sa loons assets and may be sold the same as any other property So far since tho plating on of the lid by Mayor Combs there have been six saloon men had their license revoked and It Is said nil of them will be party plain tins in the action to be taken Although Mayor Thomas A Combs has offered a reward of UO for infer mellon leading to the arrest and conviction of any saloon keeper violating the Sunday closing law there li hardly a Sunday but that some do not take IL chance BOOTLCGQERS Are Run Down In Kentucky Dy the United States ooes Columbia Ky Ilevonuo officers have been snaking It hot for whisky boot ieggers In this section of tho country In tho last week Deputy United States Marshal C J Cundlff of Louisville arrested the following persons and brought them before United States Commissioner F It Win frey of this city who held them to tho Federal Court Sally Ann Shoema ker Green county Hattie Willis Adair county Joseph Yates Adair coiorediAIalrcounty and Samuel Willis colored Adair county Deputy Marshal Cundlff will leave for Louisville tomorrow morning with his prisoners ANOTHER CLASH Eetween the HallMartin Feudist Re suits In More Bloodshed Sergent Ky Reliable news reached hero from Beaver creek that the Hall Martin feud factions came together again There were perhaps CO shots fired on each side the Martin faction having started the fight According to the reports John Vance a brother of Dick Vance was fatally wounded lie belonged to the Halt faction One of the Halls received a dangerous wound being shot once In the thigh and arm So far as Is learned there was no one shot on the Martin side Receiving Hearty CoOperation Paducah KyTho Immigration movement started by the Paducah Commercial club is receiving hearty cooperation AI of the counties in Jacksons purchase have been Invited to participate In the meeting that will be held here In October A Newport Case Frankfort KyQov Ueckham appointed M R Lockhart ot Newport special judge to try the lunacy case of Henry purr of Newport Time county Judge ot Campbell county re fuses to try lunacy cases A Successful Flight Louisville KyHorace Wild a Chicago aeronaut gave another successful airship flight He started from Fon taine Ferry Park alighted at Fourth avenue and Market street and later returned to the park In An Asylum Louisville Ky Philip Kaltanthulor a pretzel baker at 2320 Baxter avenue who had mourned as dead his son Philip Katheuthaler jr learned through Sebastian Qunther chief of police that his son Is an Inmate of an Insano asylum at Salt Lake City A Message From Claude Louisville KyiClaude R Glenn 127 Third avenue received a telegram from Boston Informing him that he had fallen holr to an esteto valued at 25000 and bequeathed to him by WIT liam Christian a djetunt relative f A FAMOUS BEAUTY J Narrowly Escapes Serious Injury In an Accident at Louisville Louisville KyWhile Mr and Mrs Augustus B Hone were driving out i 2trunladen coal wagon tram at Fourth ave flue and Market street Mrs Bono was fi thrown flat on her back on the gran Ito sidewalk but she was up In anV 4 Instant Many pedestrians rushed to her assistance but she said she need + ed none Flue wore a white flannel suit which was bespattered with mud and slime from the street She walk ed away with her husband and afterward drove to the home of her father Gen John U Castleman Before her marriage Mrs Hone was Miss AltcnrCastlcman regarded by many an the most beautiful woman in Kentucky Her husband Is a prominent mechani cal engineer Mr and MM Hone have been the guests of Gen Castleman folIseveral days Tho coal wagon driver 6waspresence of mind and her agility prob ably saved her serious Injury ABANDONED MINESI Taken Over by Kentucky Capitalists Who Will Push Development Lexington KyThe Waldensl Coal A Coke Co with holdings of 5000 acres of fine coat lands In Eastern Tennessee has flied articles ot incorpora ion In this city where the head offices of the new concern will be located The promoters aro W E Cassidy pres dent II C Thompson view presi dent and general manager and It M Jackson secretary and treasurer Mr Jackson Is president of the First Na tional bank of London Ky while II C Thompson Is an Eastern Kentucky mine owner The property of the new company represents an outlay of tabor 000 spent by six millionaire oapltalUK of Chicago several years ago In development but as It was not operated an successfully as tho Chiang Invest + ors daslred It was pat on the market If after the death of Henry Wearer whorwas general manager 1 BRONSTONS WILL Igncres His Relatives and It Is Said They Will Enter ContestVV Lexington KyA MnsdUo to sBld to bo brewing In Richmond Ky over the estate loft by tho late Thomas C Brouftloti and much anxiety It ku nK manifested by tho people of the com munity regarding the nature tit U t wilt loft by the wealthy brotherla law tit 1 United Stole Senator James 13 Mo Trenry Tho deceased died without leaving any lawful heirs and U Is said bequeathed tho bulk of his fortune to a woman a furrier servant with several children and the likeli hood of a contest by the numeroua relatives of the dead man is the loplo of general discussion at tho present time While nothing definite Is known regarding the nature of the will It U rumored that all of the blood relation wore Ignored The estate Is esMmnictl at 1 OOOOJBLOOD AND BRAINS4VCover the Loaded Stick Found InthdHotel Bureau Paducah KyCovcred with blood and brain n loaded stick was found wrapped In a quilt In u drawer in the z bureau of room No 31 it the New Richmond house It has been turned over to the police who think It un doubtedly was used In murdering Claude Bass who was found on North Sixth street Ills skull had been crushed Police Chief Collins has con f + Mygrandroom No 3G thu night of the murder jtexingtonCombs revoked tho license of Saloon fats 11 D Yarnell and J II Parker who were doing business under the firm name ot Yarnell 8 Parker at Keatton and Fifth streets The men con fessed to Violating tho Sunday closing law Elmore Surrenders Edmonton Ky Charles Elmore the Me toil re county distiller who shot add killed Lobe Frogg has surrendered himself to the authorities Hedcclurrfl that he shot In selfdefense aaylne Frogs shot at him thrice before he drew his own weapon h Dive May Provc Fatal Hopkitlsvlllu KIn diving In Lit till river at a camp near hero James iCitylilt Is In a critical condition He Lna- son d of Dr James A Young Died of His Wound Whlteffburir KyA messenger art riving hero from the PlkeLetcher ymentings brings word that Henry l- Ings brother to Sol Flemings of Ku klux fame died there of his wounds Fell Lifeless at Desk Louisville KyJohn 8 FonwlckJaged 30 years of 1618 West Walnut street who had been for seven years receiving clerk for the Louisville Nashville railroad tell lifeless at his desk at Ninth street 4nd Broadway FOR A PARTY The Enchanted Pumpkin and How It Can De Made to Entertain Royally When your llttlo brother or stator Las a birthday party and you want a novelty III a centerpiece for tho toa Ublo try tho Enchanted Pumpkin and ecu what fun it will inuko for tbo truest It ought to be a prize pumpkin and a big one Scoop out all tbu Inside that will do well enough to mako plea daysthatmysteriouslooking ribbonover tho sides of tho pumpkin Then pnrtblehas If It were still whole and place It on your tea table Surrounded by 4 ferns and colored autumn leaves and decorated with the drooping ends of A DAUGHTERS REWARD Price Story Written by Edith Lath brooks a FourteenYearOld ff Detroit QlrLi i The sun was Just appearing above tbo tircj revealing a small brown cottage sltuatod several rods back from tho road A young girl of about 33 summers tripped lightly down tho path carrying two tin palls which glistened as tho sun shone upon them fiery morning very early Mlldrod Greene went to a creek a few fluids off to bring water for the day Vor many years her mother had been n widow but with the help of lilll a trusty farm band had been ailo to ktCp the farm In shape and to mako a fair living An Mildred walked on she heaved a slKh and said to herself I won POUND NEST Clt CONTAINED oer If there Is not some way In which I could manage to have mamma go away for a vacation It In now near ly 14 years since she had seen her brothor She walked on until she reached the creek where she sat down on a large stone and again began musing At last sho came upon an Idea which exactly suited her and she exclaimed I have Itl I have Itl By raising and veiling Ktatoes onions and various other farm products I will soon get enough money ff Tho palls were now filled and by walking quickly Mildred soon roachad home Breakfast was awaiting her and after partaking of It she went about her dally duties Immediately after finishing her work she hunted up Dill and told him of her Idea Ho at once became In crested and offered to help her la her undertaking c u lyyaar1 1 w+Msw VVV1 KNOWING THE BJRDS Pleasant Study for the Summer Time in learning Their llablU and Songs How grand Is tho hawk or tho eagle sailing tar awny In the blue sky And how boautlful are song bird each In 1 Its favorite to sing the song sparrow with bead thrown back tho bobolink nailing down to tho grass with raised wings I Those who have spent much time In watching birds In the field know how differently the various birds perch fly run climb at Iced The warblers catu flies butv they do not do it In such au Interest ing way as do the truo fly catchers We come to know a bird by tho tIght er walk says Si Nicholas Just as ve the ribbons It will make a prcti con terpleceIWhen tho fnast Is over explains the Chicago Dallr News set tho children to guessing how many seeds are In the pumpkin When all have guessed tell each to take hold of one ot tho rULLlNO OK TUB 1UU11ON8 ribbons and when you say Throe they must pull on the ribbons and In that way they will find out how many seeds are In the pumpkin- Of course each little guest secures a pretty gift How much money Is needed to cover expenses he Twenty five alkedIeverything But Is to bo kept without knowledge as to this plan and saying this she skipped off to the house whore she found her mother making butter For nearly six weeks she worked and by that tlmo had saved the sum of 23 There were two more to get But whore Bbo arose early one morning end walked Into the barnyard to hunt eggs She found a now nest which contained several and after a short hunt she found some others which altogether made three dozen These aho sold to a neigh boring farmer and after telling Bill 1 of her success she at once ran to tbo farm grocery a mile distant and received In exchange for nil her money five flve dollar bills After reaching BIIK THIS Wilt SEVERAL II position homo she placed them under her mothers supper plate A look of surprise stole over the mothers face and the evening that followed was Indeed a happy One After two days preparation Mil dreds mother sot out an unexpected trip Hor brother was overjoyed at teeing tho sister whom he had not eedn for so many years On hearjng of tho circumstances and of the though tfulnofla of his niece he at once decided to send for her The next train that left a certain tittle vlllago carried with It a very nappy girl Mildred arrived aafqly at her destination and was met at tho depot by her uncle All that winter she remained In the city and attended school Many other rewards woro bestowed upon her and all on account of her thoughtful ness and unselfish ways Detroit Free Press A cI vvIwkn- ow other friends by their gait or oven by the sound of thou tread in flight tho wings of many different birds mao peculiar sounds whereby wo may know the birds even If they themselves are out of sight It Is not at all necessary to got close cnongn to a bird to see Its exact color or the shape of Its bill and feet for Its movements and outlines can be seen at a greater distance and RO wo may know tho bird oven though It should fly away as birds often do as soon uwe try to stalk them for a nearer View Tom Knew Tencher1ommlo what Ic the hard est wood that grows ommloThe kind n fellers got to split YbnkerB Stutosiian YOUTHS 2141 i HAS MUCH MEANJNG PRACTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TERM STAND PAT It Meant a Great Deal More When Hanna Injected It Into Politics and It Means Mor as the Years Roll By Hut what does It mean to stand pat This Is tho ciueHtonj roj ound ed In a doubleleaded and rather new one editorial by tho New York Mall of July 28 It is easily answered To atand pat means now precisely what it meant when that nonpolitical eu phemism was projected Into politics by Mark Manna five or six years ago Mr Hanna saw a country on the top wave of a sea of unparalleled prosper- Ity Stand pat said belie saw domestic production In creating at a tremendous rate to meet domestic demand Stand pat Ho saw domestic labor fully em ployed at Increasing high wages Standpat He saw savings bank deposits In creasing at the rate of half a billion dollars a year Stand pat Ha saw railroads carrying more freight nud passengers and building more miles of new road than evor before Stnnd pat lie saw 10000000 farmer with paid off mortgages of the tariff revis ion period of 189307 and buying pia nos and automobiles Stand pntl Ho saw an Internal trade amounting to twenty billions a year and growing very fast Stand path He saw a foreign trade pass the twobillion mark and growing at the rate of 200000000 a year It Is now over three billions Stand patl lie saw the outaldo world taking more and moro of our agricultural and manufactured exports StandS pat He saw a big increase In our Im ports alike of non dutiable articles for use in manufacture and of dutla blo goods of the competitive sort Standpat Ho saw that the duties collected on Imports wore yielding ample revenues for the governments increasing re qulrcmcntfl Standpat lie saw the excess of exports over Imports bringing to us annual trade balances averaging more than half A billion dollars Standpat Ho saw In consequence a vast Inv flow of gold which In tho past ten years has added 700000000 to our supply of yellow metal Stand pat Ho saw American securities held abroad sent back to aid In settling our favorable balances of trade and the amount of American money sent abroad to pay Interest and dividends on foreign capital invested In this country reduced to less than half what It was ten years ago In a tariff revision period Standpat Ho saw tho United States paying off Its debts to foreigners and rapidly becoming the money center as It has be como the industrial center of the world Standpat lie saw In short the most extraor dlnary prosperity the highest rate of wages the highest standard of liv- Ing that tho world has ever known So ho said Standpat What Mark Ifannn saw five years ago Is to bo seen today on a much bigger SCAle If ho were living today he would again say Standpat He did not say nor does anybody now say as the Mall seems to think that protection Is a hoop of Iron an Inflexible Inexorable thing that will never permit of the change of a single tariff schedule Tho Mall ought to know better That Is not the standpat attitude That Is not what standpat means To suppose It Is to suppose a silly thing Free traders and chronic tariff reformers ought to be given a monopoly of that kind of supposing This Is a standpat year So will next year be and tho year after that and many years after that we should all hope When a different condition cornea nnd when revision of the tariff Is called for to promote the general goodwhen a clecredso of some of the ScheduleH and an Increaso of some of the schedules shall obviously work to tho advantage of tho country as a whole then tariff revision should coma and will come Should it como any sooner than that T The best statesmanship of tho country says no Tho business later eats of the country say no The wage earners of tho country say no That Is what it means to standpat When the Test Came A Democratic contemporary makes the roclclea assertion that the declar ation In tho Democratic platform that tariff taxes shall be levied for revenue only strikes at the very root of the trust evil It Is well known that this has been the fundamental princi plo In Democratic doctrine ever since the party clime Into existence and Is inserted in every platform But we all know how It works There are some lessons that burn through bitter experience Into tho dullest brain and this is ono of them Those cannot forget If they would that tariff for revenue only when given an oppor tunity for a test during the last ad ministration of Grover Cleveland struck at the root not of trusts but of prosperity that it paralyzed the entire commercial and Industrial tab rlc of the nation drove millions Into financial distress and bankruptcy and caused unparalleled misery and auf fering It Is like tho old story of burning tho barn to kill tho rats that are eating the wheat The barn Is lost but the rata escape and lay low ir the coming of another barnBay City Tribune SHALL ORYAN FIX THE TARIFFr If He Gets the Chance Ever Vestige of Protection Wll Be Eliminated Mr Bryan In a free trader In his Ja ofit generalized manifesto bo says the tariff IB ono of tle Issues he will discuss hereafter lint this Is not a question on which ho Is likely to change his record In the least nor can ho modify It essentially without violating all Democratic precedent In all that he has said or written In the past Bryan has wholly condemned tho principle of protection Ina tariff Ills most noted speech In congress was a long and elaborate argument against any protection In any sched ule lie contended that the constitu tional rights of the people forbid the Inclusion In any tariff rate pf a pur pose to build up American Industries or to protect American wages against open foreign competition Ito held that a tariff should be based entire on public revenue requirements and that American manufacturing Interests and the wage earner connected with them should adjust themselves as best they can to foreign production and wages This Is free trade and the Bryanites should not balk at the only term that squarely expresses their position on tho tariff They are not tariff revisionists All parties are for tariff revision as occasion arises Ito publicans have revised protective tar Iffs again and again but always kept them protective Bryan and his party are against any protection In half a dozen words Bryan could have stated that he If now as always I a free trader He prefers to postpone a statement of his tariff position If this delay could mean that he would consent to any protective schedule be would be on Republican ground He may juggle and befog his tariff views but multiplying words will not change his free trade Intent DUllness men should realize this fact Wage earn era should keep It In mind In protection Bryan Is an absolute destruc- tionist With such a man at the head of executive affairs tho policy would be to sweep away every vestige ot protection a purpose that appears In everything he has over said in discussing the tariff A business upheaval would necessarily be the result American Industries would halt until they could get their bearings In tho markets and In margins of profit With this condition would come a cor responding loss In the state of wages and opportunities of employment- Mr Bryan Is trying to retreat from his former paramount issue under cov er of what he calls the quantitative theory of tho money supply Ho maintains that ho was right about unexpectedIncrease tho strain without lessening the soundness of his chief financial theo ry Some quantitative things have happened since 1S9C In American In dustries and foreign trade also Ex ports of American manufactures In the fiscal year just closed were about = 000000000 The total In 1890 was 529000000 The quantitative jump In selling our manufactured products abroad has been ICO per cent since Bryan matte his cross of gold speech Our whole foreign trade is larger than ever before Another quantita live point la that steamships are much larger than In 189C and cross the ocean In less time With free trade they could potlr In u mountain of foreign merchandise every week compelling our Industries to close down and our workmen to hunt a nevi Vacation Mr Bryan may defer talking about tho tariff but bo canS not change his spotsSt Louis GlobeDemocrat Southern Tariff Sentiment H Clay Evans nominated for gOY ernor by tho Republicans of Tennessee Is not unknown to Iowans He spoke In Grimes hall Burlington soy eral years ago and made a favorable impression as an able debater and at tractive ortor lie is n man ot a good deal of force of character and will un doubtedly make a lively campaign The Republicans of Tennessee and North Carolina aro organizing for strong campaigns and are not with out hopes of success due In part to Democratic dissensions In those states and In part to a growing pro tective tariff sentiment in the south A Halt century ago Tennessee and North Carolina were whig states and tho inherited protective tariff beliefs have been reenforced by favoring in dustrial conditions under tho Dingley law It will be hard work for tbo Iowa revisionists to convince either Ten esseoons or North Carollnaiana that the time has como to scale down tbo customs schedules to let fn fof elgn merchandise which those states are noW producing Burlington hawkEye i Buying Diamonds In the tariff revision period of 1896 this countrys Importations at all precious stones amounted to 6712 41G The following year ending Juno 30 when the effects of tariff revision wore still upon us and the Dingley law had not yet been passed the Inv portutlon was only 2672598 After nine years of Dingley tariff prosperity our total Importation of preclbus stones has risen to 40247010 or about 15 times more than In 1897 Of this forty odd millions Imported h190C 10574654 were uncut diamonds whose value was doubled and trebled by American labor Nine years ago almost nobody could dfford to buy diamonds thanks to tarfff revision downward In this stand pat year iSOC practically onehalf of our entire population counting in bableeand paupers la buying diamonds Il the rate of about 76 cents per capita 1855erea CollegeF- OR PE1907i THE ASPIRING YOUNG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So blmselfwherej Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith DrawingSingingment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frao tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Priut ManagementLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practicalnd interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture lnda young lady ia Home Science 4M ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms ia very profitable Small feesACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear1 courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School experds on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books ete vary with different people Berea favors plain lqt ing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and miderclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books s toilet articles work uniforms and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really beloW cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Mo del Schools 600 in courses with Latin and7oo in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT foz school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be returned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Inci dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th dayi 540 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any wHo may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the1 value of their labor Ex cept ia winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 centsa week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to ono dollar a week JtfyThe best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall JWItJs mportant to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end DecemberlgI SFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary tWIEIAe GAMBkEtBEREA KENTUCKY tlh i I a ut d t t J 4 r Madispri Cdtiiitjf Roller Mi1JSI teifImsl Miiwiactureni Fucy Ratter Flow CirnMcel Sbfp StoHY Crushed Coin Bte Our GOLD DUST Rolkr I Ftor will to bard to turf fWUDB OOHADISONIIiaeatierExccfN FJIIWII awe diiIj i I f Potts8t Dtierson I VUlM HW 1Id to uUiiiv L fIvi 1 b 1j i1J I THE HOME I Remedies for Poisoning Cases of accidental poisoning are quite common Of courso you dont expect one in your family but it may happen tomorrow in yours or your next neighbors and by the time you could got a doctor the child who has taken the poison might be dead Hadnt you better cut out these directions and pin them up where you can find them in an instant and know what to do if it should happen in your homo r All poisons should be kept in bottles marked in such a way that they will be recognized at once by the touch even in the dark as in triangular bottles or those that have the surface studded with knobs or a piece of tape may be kept tied around tho neck or a piece of leather tied over the cork If one of these precautions wore invariably taken there would bo few cases of accidental poisoning If a person is believed to have taken a poison it may not at once be known what that poison is In this case tho first thing to do is to provoke vomiting The easiest way is to rapidly give largo drafts of lukewarm water and tickle the throat by a feather or the finger put down as far as it will go A teaspoonful of ground mustard or of powdered alum or of common salt may bo added to the water Take any water that is at hand Dishwater maybe more effectual than clean water as in this case it is the result we are after not tho con sideration of the feelings of the patient Soapsuds may be used soap is an antidote for acid poisons After copious vomiting has boon secured milk oilraw eggs beaten may bo given to soothe resulting irritation As a stimulant if tho patient be much depressed strong tea with milk may be given This is a chemical antidote to many poisons Keep the patient warm with hot bottles cans blankets or even fomentations over the stomach and bowels ITHE SCHOOL I Practloal Arithmetic for the Rural Schools By PROP CHARLES D IRW- ISCommission In this subject one business principle if always kept in mind will do away with all difficulty It is Commission is always some per cent of the selling price in selling and the cost price in buying Commission oa sales seldom gives trouble On purchases remember this the amount of money sent to an agent with which to buy is always considered to be the amount of the investment plus the commission which is a per cent of the amont invested ie the money received by the agent=100 per cent of cOlt price of goods + commis sion If the amount received be 5000 and commission- S per cent the basic equation is 103 per cent of C P of goods =f5000 from which the remainder of C P per cent must be found If you have trouble stop and think of what my first statement means and it will bring you out all right Trade Discount Trade or Commercial Discount is discount given by wholesalers manufacturers etc from their list price If there be but one discount it is a per cent of the list price if there are more than one each must be taken as a per cent of the remainder left after the preceding discount was taken off Be careful to name per cent in all equations but abbreviate by the form 10 per cent I of 7C per cent of L P75 per cent of L P instead of the full form of three steps Interest When pupils first take up interest care must be taken to show that there is but one thing in it not found in our ordinary percentage problem That is the time element The time expressed in years times the rate per year gives the true rate as used in percentage As there are four terms there will be four possible coadit ions The following forms have proven to have the greatest value from the point of view stated at the begim ning Problem 1 Statement Principal= 840 Rate =0 per cent I Time =4 yr 2 mo 1C da Interest = 1Solution 1 4 yrs 2 mo 1C da =4 C24 yrs 2 4 524X0 per cent =25 14 prcent 8 100 per cent of Prina=tfMO 840I21210 Problem II Statement Principal= 600 RateC per cent Time Interest= 48CO Solution 1 000 =100 per cent of principal 2 1=10 per cent of principal Why principalWhole cent t 4 81 pr ctf5 pr ct=l 8150 No of yrs Why mosr=Required time=1 yr 7 mo 13 da II I TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK i ITHE PARS I Weed Crops and How to Treat Them By It Carman BotauUt Agricultural Bxpcrimrnt Station Besides crowding and starving other plants woods are sometimes a KentuckytospringUnderlikely to be abundant and injurious among the corn These insects are attracted to rank growths of herbage as good places to lay their eggs when the weeds are destroyed of course the young grubs turn their attention to I the corn Sod land is likely to show a similar injury when planted to the corn Now the proper thing to do in such cases is to destroy the herbage subjectto1 agointhe whole planting was destroyed while the plants were very young by a k email jumping beetle sometimes called the palo striped fleabeetlo Systona blanda Here was one of the causes of clover failure and doubtless it tr has more than once operated to prevent a growth of clover following j plantfoodrank growth of weeds on stubble land The beetle mentioned is a known l IJ nololololololololololalot o i Eighth Kentucky I History 0 S Thrilling Story of mho Pert thus Gnl p O lant Regiment took In the CIvil WAr e oeoeoloeolceoeoeoeoeoloeCuArrxs TO BE CONTINUED Tho darkness prevented any seri ous harm Soon after tho rain began to descend and continued to fall all tiny tho 10th on our unpro tected bodies In tho afternoon of that day tho rain increased into a miniature flood This appeared to keep tho Johnnies in our front quite peaceable and as wo had no orders to advance wo toll satisfied to hover over our smoking cedar rails more to protect tho rain from outiuguiali ing our fires than to derive may com forting warmth therefrom and to add to our unpleasant situation our rations were out cr rather had been loft in the wagons on leaving Stone River the previous tiny At last as the gloomy darkness of this miserable day began to settle over tho earth wo gladly received tho order to form the brigade with as little noise as possible after which we haltedon the pike in column where wo wore forced to stand in tho cold mud and water for two hours waiting for two companies of tho Twentyfirst Ken tuckywho had been placed out on picket during the day In the thick cedars The night being very dark and no loud talking permitted the adjutant and brigade picket officer had much difficulty in flatting thong The welcome command forward was at last given and wo soon measured off tho seven miles to Murfrees boro As wo marched through that quiet city our boys struck up this song Sometime we hive doublequick Thl DUte mud U mighty slick The soldiers fare U wry rough The bud Is hint end she bttf is touah That the way they put us through I tell you whit Its hard to do But well obey duty call To conquer Dixie that la all Wo entered our oldencampment north of Murfreesboro at midnight and were much pleased to find the wagoners and convalescents hadall our tents up for us The 12th of March 1803 Major Johnson paid the Eighth Kentucky four months pay Full pockets gen erally caused smiling faces but manyof the boys worn in debt to the idler while others had wives and families at home that needed and generally received all the husband could spare Soon the majorityof our men only had left a little tobacco moneyTho 3 t h General VanClovo grandpap as tho boys called him returned healed of his wound and again took command of the Third DivisionTho the Twenty first Army Corps was reviewed by General ROB comas The next day wo moved our camp a half mile farther north in the edge of a cotton field near Littles Crook whore the other regi monts of the Third Brigade wero al ready encamped The 22d Colonel Borne returned from Kentucky and took command of the brigade Colonel Matthew be ing absent on leave of absence The awe day Captain Winbouru Com pany II and Captain Jamison Com pany D resigned on account of ill health and returned home Here all tho brigade decorated our well arrangedencampment with long ave flues of cedar trees planted to hdo and beautify our white tented village The utter part of March wo boo gan daily drills Our stylish vigil antand as omo of our boys thought over particular brigade inspector Captain Woods of the iftyfirHt Ohio having reported some of tho Eighth boys for a trivial omission invoked the displeasure of the whole command From some cause one morning tho inspector made his morning triparound our pickets rather earlier than and was galloping along near the hank of Littles Creek whore tho thick tim her and douse fog in tho early dawn made objects at a short distance very indistinct when from the opposite side of the muddy stream came in unmistakable distinctness to tho captains ears Halt who comes there Ho replied brigade inspector SentinelI know no man in tho dark Dismount advance and give the Countersign The captain looked at the miry filthy stream and began to parley with the obdurate sentinel The of the word ad vance accompanied by the ominous click of too gun lock settled the matter instantly With hands raised his polished boots and goldcorded pants reeking with muddy water that official leaned over the point ol Campbells bayonet and spoke the password You are too soon Cap lain To be continued A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismans the furniture man Drink Walnscottn Pop I IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ou August 24th President Ilooso volt gave orders that all printing undi his authority was to bo done with tho reformed spelling recommended by tho BOcallcd Carnegie spelling reform committee Much attention has beer attracted In this country and Inhng land by this effort to make our sped ling Blmplcr and more nonBlhlo Six years ago Ilerea College adopted tho list of now spellings now adopted by the president nnd they are also In uso in the Citizen Most of times changes have already long boon In use In America Tho most Important are tho revised spelling of words like thru thoroly tho catalog Another class are those which have been spelled with the cd on tho end ns passed whipped etc which aro changed to past nod wlilpU Mr Bryan Is back In the United States Ho landed last week Thursdu In Now York and was given a royal welcome by thousands At tho rccup Molt held for him In Madison Square Garden Friday night ho said ho be loved that tho government of tin United States ought to own the groat railways which cross tho country and that tho states should own tho shorter lines within their boundaries Altho presldentlntho democratic candidate for president thlCourlerJollrnnl tearnnlltrembllngcies and general foolhardiness In It- INnlo of September 4th It says UallwnIInvohtII Conlmlizallncarried to lengths undreamed of by IInllIonaesweeping IlrllllcntMrBryanhope to soothe the Courior Journal we of IIIlndSODlehIIIlghtDilIOneat Ideas and yet should bu elected In1905 In the tlrst place except lit In couldnto dnobeelectedtllocountry fewdaysthe government ownership ot roll thognthatIsluau dilltrlblllltly thntthon snore Inthowhlehtrlghlrlls whoaeverthat It Is proposed to have the gov billionalroobeing run In their Interests and run peopleandgood proposition Thou along elatea man who says that That would bo a step toward Socialism and ho begins to tremble and look to nee If any one in about to throw a dynamite bomb at him In Germany tho government owns most of the railways and they aro cheaper and safer and nipbetterthe German government hates social Ism Qt least as much as Henry Wat tersoo does It hates revolutions too even moms than the Colonel Wo shall havo something to say about socialism another time In the mean time let us ask Is It agood thing and not Is it socialistic Thus shall we often save ourselves front becom big Ja V scaring ourselves to death Nopaeuae of I In a magazine which has been go- Ing to the homes of some of tho plt Iztn readers Tho Southern Home pmt the editorial page of time July and August numbers have been articles on thp subject of the saloon and liquor drinking which wo suppose are paid ndvcrtlBnmcntfl of time liquor press for we should not want to think tho ed itor of that magazine RUlly of think ing out and writing down BCJ much rubbish and falsehood Time JulY ed Itorlal Is headed A Oreat Question After sentimentally deploring Intern perance and lawbreaking on tho part of the saloon It goes on lint when It conies to n majority saying to a minority You shall not have this whiskey or wino or beer tho bars aro thrown down to the most danger ous character of legislation that ever oppressed a radon or gave scope to the Ideas under which tyrants are de veloped Such bosh hardly deserves an earnest reply but lest Its pretended reason should deceive some let us give It a serious answer No ono ever proposed to make n luw saying You shall not have title whiskey wino or bcerTho laws proposed arc You shall not sell or give away this whls key wino or beer to poison others When people havo como to see that a certain business does harm and noth- Ing but harm to the community then It Is tlmo for them to make a law prohibiting that business No law alms to prevent a man from making a concoction of fusel oil or Biilphurlc acid or alcohol and calllncr it any naino be Ikes and slowly killing him self wtk ft But when ho goes on to kill his wile and children and to make his living Vy killing other pro pie with It It is time for the law to say STOPI No law prevents a man from stealing his own horse if ho likes but when ho breaks Into his neighbors barn the law says Stop We can but protest raves tho r r Who desires the best Business in Berea I 1 have n piece of property that is woll worth the price 1 nsk for itsny nothing about tho business that 1 can place you in I have for sale the Boron Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is 100 feet front and 300 foot long the buildiings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and This property is woll worth tho money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Hcrca from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property should call at once on JaP BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BUROA KENTUCKY hMMN article farther on that the garage of a prohibition or local option law IN a movo BO dangerous to the liberty of mankind that It wore wise to avoid It ovon tho It promisee to wipe out the abuse of tho aleahollo b vorsg B n- stunt of proving In every Instance Impossible of enforcement Prohibi tion linn utterly tolled fu Maine Ver snout MnftmrhuscltB Ohio lows ICatiMui mind every other stale that hint tried it and In tho ootinlleti under local option tho law IN linmn by ninety per cent of time people wits vote for If- An to the first tart of this Made ment let us pobw tin a moment and think whether It Is a very great danger to time liberty of mankind to havo the Jails and iXMirhnwiwi anti lioflpltnte and is span asylums empty and those who haee ben filling them sent home to HHpport their families Aa to time statement that prohibition has utterly failed In every state that has tried It let ua eav our breath by wiling It a short and sharp Lilt Oh no we wouldnt mil the editor of The Southern Home a lIAr We IMMM he In i truthful gentleman And nro cut sorry that he let that tie KO Into MR Interesting and alimotlre mseaxlns Prohibition ins not ben thoroly on famed In nil of time prohibition BUIM but neither linn the law nnlnot inur der or stealing beon Ihomly enfnnvd enforceprohibitoryshall find all othor laws much tauter to enforce The August editorial from this antirtAgatlno commancoa a a follow MiMtlnpi are being lucid horse tblpvr footpads and whoistlel raurdmtH In various tarts of the iounlry having for their imrttoso thr submission In time near future to PO clcty of n practicable method of deal lug with sneak thlevm and nf rnmiw ling thorn to obov the law and roaixvl No we wnna1Itwholesale liquor dealers who want to make tho saloons obey law and re sheet public sentiment nut there would havo been just as much truth and pmt ni much sense to the article If It had been printed tho way we have it first Now wo are waiting to nee what tho Liquor Dealers Protective Association will nrint In the Sop tember number of tho Southern Home WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mall order houso assistant manager man or woman for this county and Adjoining territory Salvy 20 nail expenses pat weekly expense money Advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or oxperl onco required Spare time valuable Write at once for nil particulars and enclose self ad l reseed envelope Ad dress qUNBKAl MANAQEU 31 R Lake SL Plilcago BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated cough and there is more irritaI tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it cases the irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary 1 1 soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds upthe weakened tissues because it them back to thejr natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals withI a sore throat a cough a or bronchitis WELL BEND YOU f SAMPLE FREE SCOTT 5 BOWNE new rtr a S 1 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan1908 Oolnf North Train 4 Dally Leave Ikinm838a in Arrive Hlchmond 410a in Arrive Purl l 28 n in 1 Arrive Cincinnnti7m60a IIIIOolnr North Train 2 Dally Leave Huron I21 p in Arrive Iifelnuoud2W p m Arrive lnri880 p tn Arrive Clnciinmli 010 p in Doing South Train 3 Dally Ixmvo BareaIt2I p meArrivo Knoxvillo 810 p in Oolne South Train I Dally Leave heron 1220 am Arrive Knoxvllb 730 a m l yalfnaaeland Krill In forth dhc ious Tltlnllum IncIrill la txrth UlltttkHi W H BOWER Ticket Age- ntFEELING LIVERISH This Morning 7 J TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer A OUAUINTKKII ClfllK FOIL 1IIKM- llrhlnff fund Dlrolln 1roIlInI111 ung gttta are utho ltnt to rtfuixl inonry U IAZO OINTMnNT fails to cure In 6 to II lap 500 Dizzy Spells and boclcachbs ftnrt tired feeling obsenccbl appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are bilious nUloulneM Is caused by a badly disordered or Inactive liver Dr CaldwellVLaxatlvm Syrup Pepsin tintIIrho remarkable virtue of this wonder has been demonstrated la of Instances and It will work- wonders In cleansing and setting year whole system aright Its good effects are permanen- tDLCALDWELLSSYRUPPEPSIN can bo obtained Iii both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists j Your money will be refunded If U does not benefit you Your postal card request wtfl Infer by reta- m1I our new booklet DK CALOWKLLS BOOR OP WONDKK sod ftO umpla tell those who biro err tiled lUs woadorM teamed Willa today PEPSIN SYRUP GO I b MoaUoallo HHa U For Sale by S JE WELCH Jr1 BEREA KY rr a IHIPPLE STOLE FUNDS RECEIVER SAYS DANKER WAS AN EMBEZZLER 1GOT CASH ON BANK PAPER Hypothecated Securities Belonging to Real Estate Trust Company and Made Unauthorized Loans to Promoter Segal I thoIReal Estate Trust company developed prosdentmilted suicide was nn embezzler The GeorgeIfcompany Mr Enrlo declined to say what securities arc missing but ho declared that Hippie had hypothecat cd I6COOO worth of tho paper scouring 160000 for the securities which ho never returned Receiver Karlo further declared that President Hlpplo embezzled tho 5 000000 bo loaned to Adolf Segal the promoter These loans Mr Earlo assorted wore personal transactions Although made In tho namw ot the bank the directors had no knowledge M of them consequently tho money was stolen by Hlpplo said Mr E rlo Another enterprise In which the dead president was financially Inter Bated was discovered Thursday when It became known that he was one of tho Incorporator ot Miss Wrights select school for ladles at llryn Mawr tho suburb In which Hlpplo had his iMimmor residence In an Interview Receiver Karlo re 1Iteratd his opposition to n permanent rahlp for the trust company This proceeding he declared would deprive tho concern of Its trust fundi which are among its most valuable assets If all of Promoter Segals en terprises are as valuable as his sugar refinery ho said tholr operation by tho depositors would bo more fruitful of results than zany other method and ho believed through such a plan the depositors would receive dollar for dollar Banker a Suicide j Philadelphia Tho suspicion en tertained that Frank K Hliiplo president of tho embarrassed Roal Relate Tract company who was found dw d at his homo In llryn Mawr Pa lest Friday committed suicide was confirmed Thursday by Joseph N King coroner of Montgomery county When he made tho announcement Dr Albert M Read tho coroners physi clan was standing nonr and he addedYou can say that Mr Hippie blowout his brains Since tho death of Mr Hippie the family physician and the coroner main tained that ho died of cerebral homor rhago while taking a bath The cor I oner Thursday said- Statement of the Coroner When I went to Hryn Mawr Friday morning to Investigate the sudden death of Mr Hippie I found that ho was tho president ot tho trust com I pany and when I discovered he had committed suicide I decided to sup press tho tact for a few days In order to prevent a run on tho trust com pany I thought that if there was anything wrong In Mr Hippies trans actions the directors would have a chance to make up whatever defects there were Did any of tho directors ot tho bank or member of tho family re quest that tho facts of tho suicide be suppressed Nt sir they did not Any action mlt was voluntary OBeveral men prominent In legal of fairs told mo today that I did right In suppressing tho facts until tho dl rectors of tho bank had a chance to make an Investigation The coroner also stated that when ho arrived at the IIIpplo residence last Friday ho was met by the son of tho deceased Tho young man did not at first say that his father had commit ted suicide It did not aka tho coroner long to discover the cause of death Hippie had placed tho muz zle of a 38callber revolver in his mouth and shot himself The ball paused upward and lodged in tbo brain Tho shooting took place in the bathroom The suicide arose shortly before six oclock and Mrs IIIpplo was of tho opinion that her husband was taking a bath When ho didnt return to his room insido of halt an hour Mrs Hlpplo becamo alarmed and made an Investigation She found her husband lying on tho floor In tbo bathroom Mrs Jllpple was not aware that her husband bad killed himself until tho arrival of the family physician Parker Addresses Lawyers St Paul MinnTho American Dar nssoclatlqn assembled In tho house of representatives chamber of tho state capitol Thursday and llstnod to tho annual address of Alton n Parker Mr Parkers subject was Tho Con gestion of the Laws Want Newchwang an Open Port Nowchwang The chamber of commerce petitioned tho consular body to suspend tho collection ot duo yJUes to Newchwang pending regulation Manchurian customs saying condl tionsithrcatcn extinction of tho city Lose Flghtfor Cheap Gas Kansas City Mo Kansas Citys fight for cheap gas failed stun negoti ations with representatives of the Kansas CityMissouri Gas company now holding a franchise to furnish tia sty with artificial gas ended MUST PROTECT AMERICANS STATE DEPARTMENT MAKeS DE MAND ON CUDA No News of Government Force Hs celved by Officials cf the Is land Republic Washington According to a dispatch received at tho state de partment Thuriday from one of the American owners of tho Constancla estate near Clcnfucgos Cuban in surgents raided this property four days ago taking a number of horses The stato department did not make public tho namo of the American who sent tho dispatch This Is tho first protest received from Americans against molestation of their Interests Mr Sleeper the American charge at Havana was cabled to demand of the Cuban government adequate pro tection for the Constancla citato and all American property similarly situ atedIlavanaNo news of tho oper ations of Col Avalos command er of the government forces In Pleat dol Illo has been received at tho palace military headquarters or else whore hero since ho loft San Juan do Mhrtlnei Wednesday In search ot tho main Insurgent body commanded f by Pino Guerra Government circles continue hopeful of his success but the fact II not lost sight of that the government troops are moving Into the center of their opponents torn tory and that tho numbers of the In surgents are not known Now btds are reported to have been organized In various places In Plnar del trio and 01110 here which gives tho situation n gravity which there Is no attempt to disguise Up to noon Thursday no reports of engagements of Impor tanco had been received although desultory skirmishes with minor bands or Insurgents especially westward had taken place No suggestions have been received at tho palacn from any body of a settlement of tho Insurrec ion on political lines It is stated that the government would not en courage such a course under the pres ent circumstances Vice President Mondoc Capote visit cd President Palma Thursday and re iterated his denial that he had con suited with Senator Zayas president of tho liberal party on tho question whether peace could not be restored by Palmas withdrawal from the pres idency permitting Mendoz Capote to succeed him and giving certain posts to the liberals The Americans hero criticize the citizens of the United States who had enlisted In tho governments ma chino gun corps believing that they should have remained noncombatants- A fight took plnoo Wednesday night at CAlabatar Havana province between 10 Insurgents and 15 rural guards with the result that tho latter retreated with one man wounded An engagement between In surgents mud government troops Is also reported to have occurred near Artumlsa province of Pinar del Rio near the Havana border The result Is not known Several exchanges of shots have been reported at various places westward of GuanaJay near tho Havana border In Plnar dol Rio Aa tho place Is poorly protected rccnforce mcnts of 50 rural guards have sent there LeonI A portion of Pins Guerras stationed at Puerto Cortez on tho south coast near San Juan do Mar tines which the government contem plates making a central point for sending men and supplies by water to Plnar del Rio should communlca tlon by rail bo Interrupted DECIDES BOYCOTT IS ILLEGAL Racine Judge Holds Unions Liable for Damages to Employer Racine WIs Union labor was dealt a heavy blow by the decision of Judge Chester A Fowler in tho boycott suit for 125000 damages brought by linker Otto U Schultz Dy the decision tho contract exacted by the boss bakers by the union men by moans of which tho workmen sought to enforce tbo closed shop Is hold Regal the trades council and tho Individual members are enjoined from using tho unfair IIstithe boy cott Is declared an actionable conspiracy to accomplish a criminal orI unlawful purpose Baker Schultz Is al lowed to recover damages of 12600 tor the loss of profits from tho time of the commencement of the boycotting acts up to the time ot tho trial and 3500 In damages for the amountof Injury to his business and property In relation to its selling value To Promote Corbln and Lee Washington As soon as tho naval maneuvers are over at Oyster Day it Is expected President Roosevelt will tako up tho matter of filling impor ant vacancies that are to occur in tho army Lieut Gen Corbin will retire September 16 Ho is to be sueS ceeded by Maj Gen MacArthur now commanding tho Pacific division The vacancy in the list of major generals will bo filled by tho promotion of Brig Gbn Jesse M Loa Wife of British Premier Dead Marlonbad Lady Campboll Banner man wlfo of tho British premier Is dead She had been nn invalid for years Lady Cumpbollnannorman was Miss Charlotte Druce daughter of tho lato Gen Sir Charles Uruco +Two and Self La Crosse KanAs the result of a quarrel over tho settlement of an es tate at McCrackon near here Omar Young shot and killed Alexander Walker Jr and Grunt Pettyjohn Young then shot himself ItAINSTURN TO SMILE MAY ENLARGE PANAMA LOCKS CONSULTING ENGINEERS PLANS LIKELY TO BE FAVORED Change Would Accommodate Vessels of 1000Foot Lengths The Cement Problem- WaehingtoaLocke for the Panama canal probably will bo built according to tha dimensions recommended by tho majority ot the consulting board ot engineers which favored the con situation of a sealevel waterway In stead of tho smaller type planned by the minority of the board Under this change of programme the locks would be 100 feet wldo with usable lengths ot 1000 feet Tho plans adopted by congress provldo for locks 95 feet wide with usable lengths of 900 foot Tho larger locks will require n much creator amount of concrete work and the commission has not yet determined Just how much cement will have to be purchased Engineer Steven estimated the amount at 1250 car loads As the climate of the Isthmus ot Ianama Is such that cement cannot bo kopt In good condition for more than three or four months the problem ot shipping Is of no little concern to tho commission which points out that as the facilities for shipping from England to the Isthmus are bettor than from tho United States and the foreign price frequently has been found to bo below tho domestic price it is not unlikely that the greater part ot this gigantic contract may be Given to foreign dealers It win bo about two years before the work of con structing the locks will bo begun The association of cement manufacturers In tho United States has shown con siderable activity In getting more advantageous shipping facilities between tho Isthmus and ports on the coast of tho United States and may there fore be prepared to compete with foreign cement CONSIDER RAILROAD TARIFFS New Rote Law la Discussed by Shippers and Carriers Washington To discuss certain phases ot tho railroad rate law which took effect Monday thoro was a con ference which lasted tho greater part ot Tue3day between tho members of the Interstate commerce commission and representatives of the railroads and shippers of the country The railroad representatives uni formly gave assurance of their Inten tion to fully comply with the new law but presented tholr views as to the operation of certain provisions among the points urged being extension of time In which carriers may file tholr tariffs with the commission Tho shippers representatives urged the protection of their Interests par ticularly against the railroads shifting classifications so as to put up rates and contending for tho discretion of tho commission in the export and Im port changes and for the publication if tariffs In tho full acceptation of that term Tho commission reserved de vision of the questions brought up Kansans Hear Fairbanks Osawatomlo Kanon the battle field hero where halt a century ago the first armed conflict over slavery took place VicePresident Fairbanks Thursday delivered a stirring address to 6000 persons Tho occasion was the celebration ot tho flttleth anal versary of tho battle ot Osawatomlo In which John Brown was a central figure Blaze In Mllllnary Establishment St Paul Mlnn Flre destroyed tho two lower floors of the largo sixstory wholesale millinery establishment of Strange Warner Co Damage to tho extent of 150000 was done to the building and contents End TurcoBulgarlan Fight Confitantlnoplo A TurcoIlulgarlan commission has been appointed to delimit the frontier of the Vilayet of hostillItles INDICTMENTS BY WHOLESALE Grand Juries Return 6428 Counts Against Standard 011 Chicago The first skirmish la the crusade of the government against the Standard 011 com pany to compel the concern to com ply with tho letter of the antitrust and monopoly laws was ended Monday afternoon when the two special federal grand juries returned ten Indictments against the oil company containing a total number of 6428 counts In respect to tho scope ot the indict moats the number of counts and the voluminous nature of the documents nil records of the federal courts was broken and when tho juries were dismissed by Judge Ilctbca after three weeks of continuous work they had tho satisfaction of knowing that they had hung up a mark for future inves tigators Tho charges named in the Indict monte are violations of the Elkins antlrobato 1v which prohibits the accepting or granting of rebates on oil and other products Tho fine as fixed by the Elkins law Is not less than 1000 and not more than 20000 on each count At this rato the maximum fine which might be Imposed upon the Standard 011 company would aggro gate n28ECO000 New YorkStandard Oil In n paid advertisement sent all over the country states tho hostile attitude of the press and the attacks by grand Juries everywhere has endangered the oil industry and begs for a cessation of adverse criticism PROPER LABELS ON PRODUCTS Packers Must State Actual Contents of Their Packages Washington Nothing short of the placing upon meat products of labels which will not deceive tho public was the ultimatum which Secretary Wit son delivered to 40 representatives of various packing houses who met here ThursdayHereafter If the packers want their goods accepted for interstate shipment they must boar labels more spe cific than those used In tbo past II will not do for instance to state merely that a package contains sau sago The label must distinctly do scribe the article and plainly show that the sausage is made entirely of pork of pork and beet combined or of other Ingredients The same rule vlll apply to other products ARMOUR AFFIDAVIT QUALIFIED Annual Rsport to State of Missouri Is Thrown Out Jefferson City MoPursuant to the Missouri statute requiring each cor poration doing business In the state to file an affidavit once a year with the secretary of state that It Is not a member of any trust or combine attor nays for Armour ft Co and the Ar mour Packing company of Chicago asked permission of Secretary of State Swager to file affidavits for their companies that they were not mem bets of a trust or combine subject to the decision of tho courts In the anti trust proceedings now pending against themUpon advice of Attorney General Hadley the secretary refused to allow those qualified affidavits to be filed Two Killed In a Collision Plttsburg PaTwo trainmen were killed and three Injured In a headon collision of heavy ore trains near Mllltown on tho Bessemer Lako Erie railroad Clothier New Tennis Champion Newport R I William J Clothier of Philadelphia Wednesday won the national tennis championship defeat fag Deals C Wright ot Boston the present holder of tho title In straight sets 63 60 6I Russian Consul Shot Tientsin Tho Russian consul here M Laptew was shot In the stomach Wednesday by a Russian concession contractor named Levlnsky who fired his revolver four times at the consul and hit him once THE KNELL OF THE PALMA RULE SOUNDED BY THE RISING IN THE EASTERN PROVINCE Havana Government Tries To Hide the Facts But li Unable To Crush the Rebel Forces Havana Sept ITho situation Is far darker than at any previous tlmo since the Insurrection broke out Re ports of an uprising In Santiago Province while not yet published here Is spreading about the city and causing the gravest concern When Mr Sleeper the American charge was told tho contents of a Santiago press dispatch he endeavored to verify It through the state department but was told that it was untrue Subsequently the dis patch was verified from private and newspaper sources The extent of the rising In Santiago is not known but It Is the opinion hero that the worst ca lamity of all to the Palma government would be an Insurrection In Eastern CubaAccording to two eye witnesses Car denas which has been considered a peaceful city was the scene of desul tory fighting between police and rural guards on the one side and roving In surgents on the other The only pro vince remaining perfectly peaceful Is Puerto Principe Americans having cattle In this territory are apprehen sive lest It too become affected for Insurrectionary operations- A press correspondent at Clenfuegoa telegraphed Friday night that there are 3000 armed Insurgents In that vi cinity and that all the small towns In Santa Clara province are controlled by Insurgents who attack and loot trains and seize the property of for eigners as well as of Cubans Surrounded By Rebels Trinidad Is surrounded by Insurgents and the government appears powerless to protect the property of AmerIcana and other foreigners Railway trains are held up at will and passengers searched The Cuban Central railway has declined to assume responsibility for the safety of passengers and freightRecruiting for government forces Is making good progress here and the government continues to make headway wherever there is open fighting The troops In tho western portion of Plnar del Rio province have not yet come up with Pino Guerra and accord Ing to a press correspondent with the column there Is no present likelihood of their doing so as the troops might march ton years and all tho while Guerra would still be Just ahead ot them In tho hills There are thousands of mountain trails with which the Insurgents are familiar and which lead In all direc tions If Guerra cared to harass the government the troops could be killed off by sharpshooters Tho government has no cavalry at Plnar del Rio and the only real sol diets are the artillerymen but aa they are often afoot they can not cope with the wellmounted Insurgents Guerra docs not want to fight His scouts can Always be seen at a distance from the government line of march BEAUTIFUL CREOLE BEHEADED Retired Army Officer Reveals a Romantic Drama In Real Life New Orleans Sept 1That the only foreign woman ever beheaded by order of the mikado of Japan was a native of Natchltoches La and a member of one of the most prominent creole families of this state Is the assertion ot Capt J E Labatt a retired army officer now at the St Charles hotel He says that Marie Harriet Al phonslne Hosier a beautiful young woman whoso whereabouts have been a mystery to her family for more than 20 years was the woman who suffered the fate referred While the captain was In Toklo he met un American who had been there for nearly 30 years and who told him that some 20 years ago a beautiful woman hud been beheaded in Japan by order of tho mikado who had nev er given his sanction to the execution of females The records give her name as Maria H Alphonslne Doale aged 27 Her husband was a military attache of the French embassy Cause 1 Jealousy the Knoxville Tenn Sept JMfrs Rob ert E Milligan caused a small panlq on a Lonsdale car by stabbing Miss Anna Copet five times with a penknife Passengers prevented the angry worn an from taking the life of her victim Jealousy was tho cause Hearing Be Held Washington Sept lA hearing o importance to the cottonproductn states and to the cotton carrying rail roads will be held here by the interstate commerce commission on Wednesday September 12 In Full Eruption Valparaiso Chile Sept 1Chlleaa volcanoes are reported In full eruption for the last few days It Is declared that 3200 wounded and dying victims of the earthquake are being cared for In tho provisional hospitals here Victim of a Mob Salisbury N C Sept 1 Engineer J C McLandon who was In the Jail yard here on the night of August C when a mob stormed the jail and took from It three negroes whom they lynched died He leaves a widow and six children Sick Soldiers Aboard Washington Sept 1Tho transport Sheridan sailed from Manila on August 11 and from Nagasaki August 18 She has aboard 17 nick soldiers one general prisoner and 48 enlisted men She Is commanded by Capt Peabody rTHE BEER FLOOD What the Government Figures Tell as- toI the Growth of Intemperance Tho receipts of the Internal revenue bureau from fermented liquors tell the story of how the consumption of beer has swept over the country like a prairie fire To meet the enormous expenditures of the war everything in sight had to bo taxed and while whisky was at first taxed 2 a gallon beer escaped with the light taxation of 1 a barrel of 31 gallons Our first returns from this source were In 1863 when the Interdal revenue bu reau collected the modest sum of 1628934 each dollar representing a barrel of beer The following table of the annual receipts from this source will show the marvelous Increase In the production and consumption of beer remembering that as a rule each dollar received represents a barrel of beer of 31 gallons IS63 r 11628934- 1E6I 2290209- IStt 37349251S66 6220553- 1S7 i 6067601- I8 B955S 9- IMS1 60W8SO 1870 6319127 1871 7SS9502 1572 82384M 1573 u 932493S 1874 9304 M ir5 91440041- S7 S6712S1 1877 94S0789 Isis 9937052 1879 1072933I- SSO 12829JOI 13700241If180S4914ffj1 21918213MSIs9 23723S3 I 26OOS5SSgl 32S27424gi1h96 337S123S 1697 S21721S2 S9H542lg1901 7S6C990S 9OII1905 J03S055J The overwhelming Immensity of these figures can be only grasped by subjecting them to analysis and bringing them Into relation to euch In dividual citizen of tho country Tak ing in connection with the beer brewed at home that imported from abroad it makes the astounding total of between 1500000000 and 1600000 000 gallons consumed by the 82000 000 people of this country last year Disregarding all fractions this Is ap proximately 20 gallons a year for every man woman and child In the United States Assuming a glass ot beer to be half n pint this gives 360 glasses of beer a year for each of them or one n day Now we know In spite of what the yellow may say about the increase in drink- Ing by women In tho cities substantially none ot our women drink beer Those that do are really an Inconsiderable fraction of the population Nor do the children drink beer Then there are millions upon millions of men in tho agricultural dlatriqUs business men and mechanics in tho cities railroaders clerks professional men clergymen physicians and teachers who are rigid temperance men and never toilch beer from oho years end to the other There ore thousands ot counties where local option prevails and drinking Is pro hibited There are great prohibition stateslike Maine and Kansas whore beer can be only obtained sur reptitiously and in small quantities Nearly all tho southern states pave fairly wellenforced temperance laws to keep beer and whisky away from the negroes and po white trash tho real beer drinkers at10000000br one in eight of our population we shall make a liberalestimate Therefore each of these must consume nearly half d gal lon of beer a day to the destruction of thfr working capacity their health and their morals andThe linmense advantage of total ab stinence In view of good health and long life Is again demonstrated In the annual report of the Scepter Life As sedation Limited Tyro following figures are given v General Section Expected Actual Per Deaths Deaths MnUge 112 111 WM Temperance Section Expected Actual Per Deaths Deaths centace- US W 4831 Suspicion That Ha Is Dishonest Judge Dayton of the federal court of Clarksburg W Va in passing sen tence last year upon three saloonlsta for illegally selling whisky to whom he gave heavy fines and jail sentence among other things said Tho whisky tramc Is the greatest curse that overcame to mankind When a man begins to sell whisky there is ground to hold suspicion that ho in dishonest Tho whlsky sellet stands ready to make a drunkard of his neighbors son a prostitute of his neighbors daughters and to destroy our system of government Merchants Like It A leading merchant at flunter Okla says as quoted in the Kremlin Sun My books show an Increase of trade of JIO a day since the closing ot the saloons and this I attribute to that in cldent As a business proposition wo merchants took Laid proportioned ills I ipenses and closed them t lIo 0 e Ho con iponi Bee pUlthe4 talMt dined tm fin by the writer Tai urn 0 31IIIOt for ptbllcatioa kit M aa v1dna of tiooa taita Write plainly o eoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoeoeooeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe MADISON COUNTY DRKTFU8 Aug 2Mr and Mrs Hurley who have been to Ohio have returned and expect to stay here this Fall 0 T Carr and family were the guests of J C Powell MondayMrs El len Powell and Martha attended the Association at Boroa Wednesday and Thursday Bertha Ogg was the guest of Mrs Ena Jones Monday Mr Pete Gallagher and wife of Berea visited at Mr Bakers Saturday and Sunday attending the dedication George Hill Lawrence Powell and Wade Hurd are attending the fair at London this weekJ A Sand lin and George Sparks took the con tract to build half a mile of pike near Brassfield The dedication was attended by the largest crowdseen hero in many years Flossie Baker is sickwith typhoid fever Sept BWo had a good rain on SundayF M Jones and wife were the guests at W B Bakers home Sunday Jesse Rogers of Berea is the guest of John Powell this wookMrs Laura Minkler and llyrlie wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Speed McKeen on Sunday Flossie Baker who has had typhoid fever is improving Nannie Kin dred was the guest of Maggie Hur ley on Sunday Sallio Young leftI for Illinois on Saturday where she willvisit her sister Mrs RiceJ- C Powell was the guest of 0 T Carr of Panola Saturday Mrs Lawrence Powell visited her parents Mr and Mrs Bird Lain on Friday George Hill and Wado Hurd have returned from the London fair Several from this vicinity attended court at Richmond on Monday Lawrence Powell of this place and Fieldun Adams of Big Hill have gone to Manchester with a drove of horses OWSLEY COUNTY QAI1I1ARD Aug 25We are having some of the hottest weather we have had this yearJohn Reynolds of Kansas is visiting his sick sister Mrs Taylor of Bear RunHenry and Letcher I Gabbardwent to Buckhorn Friday visiting Henrys brother who is go ing to school thereMeredith Rey Inolds J R and J L Gabbard re I turned home last Monday They havo been visiting in Hamilton OJames SundayjvicinityIl I by the resignation of Pleas Gabbard Because of his faithfulness Ballard iwillmake a good officer Grant and John Gabbard are at work getting out telephone poets Hurry up boys and lets see what a phone is like in our vicinity William Bolin who has been in Ohio is now at home The primary election passed off veryI quietly in this district The vote ofI iCowCreek precinct stood as follows Edwards 43 John BWhiteD8 1ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DOONEiSeptB Coyle and children who have been visiting rel atives in Jackson Co returned home SundayMrs A W Arthur and CoyleSundalMrs last week Nettie Oldham and FridayHaUienear McCracken visited homefolks SaturdarRDd Sunday The infant J Watson died last Wednesday and was buried Thurs yardMinnieat SundayD ed the Association at Clear Creek Saturday CLIMAX Sept 2The ruin still continues and corn seems to be damaged some suUryTheBaptista which was held at Brush Creek church near Climax was well enjoyedthem preachedSaturday and wife visited Sherman Chasteen and wife on Saturday and Sunday Frank Pennington of Hamilton recentlyHeWorksM D Ash and L J Scott have been visiting relatives in Ham ilton Oscar Chasteon visited his little cousin Joann Gatliff near SundayHepeople from Berea attended the association at Brush Creek Hattie Poynter who is teaching near here l i4 + 1 1L v N visited homo folks at Boono on Fri day Several persons from hero at tended the wedding of Thomas Liu vel and Annie McGuire near Rock fordW J Chasteen Jr lost a fine horse recently worth l00Wo hope that all will remember the SaturdaySept CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CIIKKK The weather continues warm The farmers say that foddering time lIagistrate of Clay County who resides at Burn ing Springs passed through this petition sign asking the county judge to call an election for the purpose of voting to keep out saloons The district is dry now and the citizens should take advantage of this opportunity- and vote it dry now forever Mr and Mrs L H Sandlin visited Mrs Sandlins brother Bill Saylor Satur Sandlinbroughthis workW R Boggs passed here Saturday evening on his way to a Sunday School Rally on Crane Creek Mr and Mrs R H Bowman are visiting relatives in Richmond this weekRiley Burch returned from Jackson county Saturday where he had been on businessW H Hunters little girl died Thursday after an illness of several daysRev Sans preacbed visited Sunday School at tho Clark Schoolhouse in the afternoon and held prayer meetting at the home of eveningRhodaEdwards county is visiting relatives in Clay and Owaley counties this week TerritoryhMfew days GARRARD COUNTY OARTERSV1LLB Miss Julia Brewer teacher at Baker took her school to Cartersville where her sister Miss Lucy is teaching for a spelling match The race was a very close one two of Miss Lucys pupils remaining on the floor longest With few exeptions all RogersFeUxRobert Anderson The match was closed with songs andrecitations Mr Robison and family have return theyhavedaughter Mrs Ward and husband ElijahCummings havo returned from Rockcastle county where they have been visi- tingMrs Ambrust and children of Cincinnati are visiting Mr 0 L Roop Mrs Ambrusts brotherThe teachers association will he held at Cartersville the first Saturday in Oc tober Rev Bryant filled his regular appointment last Sunday JACKSON COUNTY IIvon Sept 8Rain has been plentiful triptoand Mrs Tom Alick wont to Berea last week to see Mrs Hunt who is quite sick Flennen Azbill and fam- Ily from Ohio are visiting their par ents Maggie Benge visited Nora Ely Thursday Sarah Elyenter tanned a number of her friends Sat urday Grade Parks Maggie Bengu and Myrtle Hudson went to see Myrtle Click who is sick Beatrice recentlyRobed perheads in his field Margaret and visitingfriendsdedication at Dreyfus last Sunday was well attended by the people of HughBon Clay visited at W R Benges Saturday Mrs Lizzie Kimberlain of Dreyfus visited her parents here this wookMrs Tom visitingMrsdren are sickRobert Benge and DroyfusSunday Bull HOCK Sept 3 A C Alcorn and Dud Isaacs and their families have return ed from Hamilton Mrs Maggie Wil herfriends intileMatt Durbin and family have moved TomDlantons placeMonday lIonday1L SJcollecting and was the guest of J B DeverlyWagers 1 f of SundayTurnmarried Saturday night They havo our best wishes J W VanWinklo was at our Sunday school Sunday Wo are always glad to have a mnn like him visit our Sundny school and lend a helping handMrs Mtn Wil llama Is the guest of Mr and Mrs G M Parsons It seems tin If tho dog law Is proving disastrous to tho dogs A Letter from Rrprriirntnllvd OnlilinnK Cow CREEK Kt Aug 17 To the IMitor of The Citizen The first settlement in Owsloy county was made about the year 1707 by James R Moore who originally came from Virginia and settled on Silver Crook in Madison county Ky On a hunting expedition into the nUitlfertiloof tho South Fork and resolved to make it his homo The efforts to establish the college at Cow Creek seem to be ou a stunt still We hopo tho movement will succeedIt reported that Miss Margaret Cort the Buffalo Crook missionary is planning to give up her work in this county She has done much for tho people of that locality and the future citizens of Buffalo will call her blessed There is no greater re ward in this lifo than to ho remembered as a benefactor of tho people Rev M C Taylor is tho oldest preacher in this part of the country Ho has married takers into tho church and preached the funerals of more people than perhaps any other minister in the state Mrs Flora Gabbard is still on the sick list Miss Laura Mooro is one of tho most enterprising farmer lassies in this community She has made 5092 on her chickens since Janu ary 1000 besides furnishing tho family table Undo Ben Noo has the best colt in the country Ho ways it is Vir ginia Gray Eagle stock Dr W IT Gibson is located in our community Wo wish him success Allen Davidson and A M Tread way are thinking of moving to Wis consin Uncle Meredith Reynolds is one of our best citizens lie gave 25 to collegeThe Kentucky legislature raised tho ago of consent from twelve to sixteen years The County Public High School bill was in my opinion the most important educational measure before tho last general assembly of Ken tucky This bill if enacted into law would if faithfully carried out ulti mately perfect our now iiiijMsrfect public school system Many mom bers of tho lost session are pledged to its future support The old law provided that when land was sold for taxes tho owner should have the right to redeem the same within two years after the day of sale by paying the purchase money with interest at tho rate of 30 per cent per annum and in addition 15 per cent penalty upon the total amount of the purchase price and the amount of all costs The lost general assembly lowered the rate of interest from SO per cent por annum to 10 per cent per annum Allstate county and district taxes except as otherwise specially provid ed shall bo due anti payable on and after the first day of March after tho assessment and all taxpayers whose taxes are not paid on tho first day of November after tho same Bro duo shall bedoemod delinquent and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of 0 por cent por annum from the first day of November after they are due until paid Respectfully TAILOB P QABIURD OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Aug l0Some of the most severe rain storms of the season have passed over Hamilton during tho past week doing damage to growing crops in a number of places Primary election was hold in this Butler Co Aug 18th for the purpose of nominating both Republican and Democratic candidates to be voted for at the reg ular election to fill the following offices Common Pleas Judge Com missioner Auditor and Treasurer A shooting affray occurred in Ham ilton Sunday morning in which it is reported Robert Backman knocked down Sherman Morrison a Ken tuckian Morrison jumped to his feet drew a revolver and shot Back man Morrison made his escape while Backman is in Mercy Hospital with indications ofrocoveryJ L Gabbard his son James and Meredith Reynolds all of Owsloy County have boon spending a week with Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard and other relatives in Hamilton They loft for homo Sunday and while on their way back visited tho Zoo in Cincin natl All seemed to enjoy their stay in Hamilton seeing the Greenwood Cemetery where all of tho old soldiers of Hamilton are buried tho S 1 Soldiers Sailors mid Pioneers mono ument tho olds Chapter House of tho G A Rd which was used as a WayneduriugIndians tho reservoir and tho Champion Coated Paper Mills which perhaps was tho most interesting to them Wo wore glad to welcome thornIVo enjoyed President Frosts loiter from Woods Hole MOBS in the latest issue of the Citizen also Miss Robinsons letter from across tho deep and Mrs L Ie Flanorys article on Beacon Lights Such letters are always welcome and on joyablo Jan Brown n Boron Col prenchOilonSUllday 0 Mr Brown was granted license by tho First Baptist Church hero Homo time agrotutu hM filled appoint ments in n number of tho pulpitn one recently in Cincinnati lIe loaves about Soptomlwr 10th for either Rochester N Y or Chicago whore ho will attend n Theological Seminary preparing himself for butter service for Jesus Wo wish him God fipeed in this now work and trust ho may enjoy his culling doing good to all humanity THE MARKET8 Vl Grain ProvUlbna Eta- Chicago Bept 4- FLOUnfiteadr Spring wheat rpeclal brand ttttXJ470 Minnesota hard talent lute HttXHKJO stntlaht o1I ort bare li3400 clear export bail i1O B K- WHEATKnuy September VGfilVAl tray TISCmtt- CCOIlNQuUt September flWnVyjj May 44Q4IU- OOATSQulat September SOZto Do IJUrfEIatemlr Creamery per Ib19QMot dalrles 114OKo EGOS Firm Fresh ogre at mark row cawa Included ItWJMo por dozen prim drtJI IGVioi ealram4 i o- LIVE lOUIVrnr Wxvly TurXfyn per lb ISo chickens fowls per IU UiU ISo ducks llOUUa New TaB Snit i- FLOUIV Dull and about toa 1r- WHBATAcllve September jSWTOc December UUOUTtc May MKflMHo UYB Nominal No I waotern 63ito Go L t New York CORN Bailor September Wo Decem ber 62HO Live Stock ChSeoco Sept 1- CATZLI4iod to fanny stow ttTSO 880 common to rood aioer tl90Q47S In tenor to common leers t4b 34n west ern range iteeri tiaffiAlS need to tartar COWl and tirlferi traQSOOt yeorllnxn good to choke I46WM fair to oiiolco feeders IJ7MHS good cutUnc to tar trot Down ti40lr W fait to choice locker common to goad r1TLtp u bullgoal to choice SLOOil44 calves fair to goal UQUUn Wvoa good to choice tIMtaH- HEEP Fal to choice wrthmk UrQ ttu fair to choIce ewes Ltob4yf0 IIemU fair to Rood UTKr4OU buck and BURS IJSOHEi fair to rood ymrllnps t324j5tO good to choke yearling 1GiII- UG native lambs tSJCJWj feeding lambs tSW200 fwxMni welder kar- del range lamb 4l5 Jw sem range your lungs good to chotoa t3ni OmaliA Neb BPp 1 CATTLBStixrke alow to loc lower Na tive IUMM 4Xfl StH cows and helm lOOQtCO western eloem f32 8498 Teateen floods OWl and hf ra UOW LEO cannon Ls4 sad Mookora and feeders 1L7t445 salves IX9aO 7S bull aniS tags IU 3I5 HOGS Market Iteady to Be lower Heavr tGOQftX mixed U70QflH light titoaeio pio 161n bulk of uotTWKLBUEKFMarki slow and shade lower Yearling UCOQ 00 wether WOU0 UO ewe 3tWpr0 Iambs JCuQ1aa DOTS AND DASHES Sl The German loiiHirml estimates for 1905 have given a surplus of moro than HGOOOOO A conspiracy baa boon cuppmuiod In tho province of Illoos NOl Cat e island of Luzon The govornor of Santiago province baa ordered the arrest of any persona publishing false or exaggerated news Charles W Lyndo a wealthy retired business man of Patchogue It L wee killed at Isllp In an automobllo next dentFifteen carloads of strikcbrcakero reached San Francisco They are waiting for orders tram President Cal hounF Ilansbcrgcr a member of ttio Sedans Mo city council and a prom- Inent democratic politician committed suicide by shooting Nlnctyiovea thousand penile passed through the gates on tho open ing day of tho Minnesota state fair breaking all attendance rocarde- IS P Ludwlck deputy sheriff ar rested 87 workmen in tho wnploy ut an Independence Kan construction company for violation of the Burwlay labor law- James Boewcll a wollkncrwn Winnipeg athlete and automobilist WWI seriously injured by tho overturning of his car in the Dunlop trophy automobile race Two men were eovorcty wounded and ten other persons wore slightly hurt by an exploding signal bomb sat off to start tho parado of Bt Louis unions in honor of Labor day A new motor car wood burner that has been put into service by tho Union Pacific road blow up near the town of Elba Neb killing one man and Injuring two ono fatally Mrs Frank Palgrovo who on August 21 killed her husband and three children at PIggott Clay county Arkv and then burned the bodies committed suicldo at tho Arkansas means asylum While United Statoo Sonatar James D McCreary was speaking at a Labor day celebration at Lexington Ky K telegram was handed him that Mra Jessie McCrcd wUe of his poly son lied Men diowaiid at Lakeside Mloh rUU kkdriar Jr ARRESTS BALK MEXICO REVOLT Three men Caught In Arizona Are Aocuced as Agitator Tucson Avis Sept 11001118 Hum tort n Frenchman and Loonnrdo Vii larenl anti Bruno Trovino Moxlcnnn wore arrested early Tuesday At Mowry and IhitAfionm mining oanipti whoro maul minors are employed Time arrests wore axUto by Immigration In spoctor larphy and llnuKoro OVte mist ClarK H fc cIiArgfd that tho mUD aro agitators who wore attempting to ofKunleo a foroo of Moxkxw miters to aback NoKulofl Sonora and sip taro Uvo cuBtAfna houoo oM tho ar annol ot QM nirnlcs Letters tvanA on tho prisoners show that their plane were dlrectrA by Mex lean revolutionist Iwirtora in Bt Louis Tho otters aims indicate that the rovolntlonletn bare organizations In 40 cities and that they will become acUvo as soon as they ron secure anna The ollnwxt agitators are In Jull at Nogaloa Arlt A good Bquuro pinno for wile or rout nt ChrisniauH time furnituro man 500 ROUNDTRIP Mackinac Island CHDthe Magnificent Stcnmoro of the D SrO Line TUESDAY 4TH TICKETS GOOD JO SPECIAL TRAIN Will Cinncinimtl SAG m For full information address W B GALLOWAY Pass Age- ntCincinnati 0 c YYYYPY ItlkiOVBIMY1rYYYYYdYYYI r YPk i I WHO SAID GROCERIES II 33aJ W D LOGSDON 1 r Whon you want good things nt low prices lies the man tto with K 20 pounds Granulated Sugar looaL Try a Sack of Uurckn 1Iour Best on liarth 65 a White Hoso Flour por Sack Go Sr 12 Pint Cups 20 heat Rubbers for Fruit Jars per Dosen05 tiaa ILogsdons 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