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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oo ooooooooooo J Conln Copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 13 1000 One Dollar Year NO 13iII J1 I WEATHER REPORT wenjthurto Monday Sopt 10 WOO Tlio weather wan unusually cool only Monday wiw above normal torn pcraturo Tim rainfall Is nbovu tho normal for this BOIISOU The samo condition prevailed generally over tho country More heal inlerHporHod with cool Hhowera in proiniHed for daysTlio barometric prtmstiro is 205 inches Tho prwnuro IB falling rapidly today UIIInliIITnclny ilK n OIA 11rlorIny 111 ICI IMIII TlinriliiY HH Ian II3H FrliUr srnn1141anln-nlny OJ ao 11011 111111117 1111 en 0111- DAuulu7 IIV iii4 tielMenu Hit f Tolnl oOU IDEAS There In no morn whero there iN no trial and till experience stamps tho mark of Htrength cowards may puss for horoeH faith for falsehood Aaron Hill I The Kuddeat failures in life are tliOHo that come from not putting forth the power nnd will to succeed Bishop Whipplo Editor Wait Minnie holy far IH it poafltblo for a man to BOO on water T Your question cannot 13 answered But it is fact thai anybody can see further on wider than on nay other drink Louisville Herald llojw ChlVl Tomorrow hole alai then apt lomoriuw And Ilirntoinutrow till Tratl Id a f tttf hur llow and MIH raurn the klM new light hu- mdn a11 Iwcrow- Ai Lout Ii llirrc to bier Irl 1r be there to pay Victor Hugo FROM THE WIDE WORLD In Russian Poland riot nnd slaughter are taking place In tho town of Sledllco citizens have attacked soldier and police and they have bud bloody vengeance Saturday night eomo of the terrorists attacked tho noldluri tied laltcr killing two Then the troops attacked the Jews and on Moudny wre killing sad robbing Jew and ChrUilann Indiscriminately Tin Puke have a dwp hatred for the Rus plans who hove halped to deprive them of their Independence and liberty and It Is quwtlon whothtr there will ever lx real peace and goodwill In Poland while Germany Austria and Uutwta continue to ride their purU of her territory- In Cuba the war continues The vernmrnl has made an effort to get Guerre hinder of the robot forces to agree to an nrniUtloe and Onside some plan of peaceable Battlement Uucrra refusal to pay any attention to surd plans unl M the recent lllfOC tons an annulled At the time that Inlma was elected president ho had not been In Cuba for twenty year hud been teaching school In a court try town In New York He was not the candidate of the Cuban people but of tho authorities at Washington At the last election the prople wer hoping for chant to elect their ow prculdrm but taliwi iim d nil the i ol Itlcal nuchlnrry the police and milit ary force and every other available menus to keep lilmvelf In office nnd the people tram having their will Who blames the rebels Very likely the Inlted State will have lo Inter JIOIIOthothe Cuban tropic IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Is the great subject of na U Of Interest nud just now or Kentucky interest an well as on Wednes day nit this in being printed n groat to hint is taking place I henrylvallersouto Apeak It looks as if tho Courier Journal was becoming a little recon ciled to the awful thought of state and national ownership of railroads It gives n prominent place on Its Sopt1Hhtodincusfling Bryans position on thin I Perhupallryanmore clearly than tho rest of us If HO he will have proved his statesman upIristo tl soy here thai to have the prodig imps wealth now in tho hands dividnalH put into the hands of Iho peoplejr it on con ditiotiH anti il is just as trio that these enormously wealthy Individuals with all their Influence will oppose any change of the conditions which has made their wealth possible In the meanwhile Bryan is in a- very fortunate position and is using It in n muslerly way Ho is famous and ho has plenty lo do Ho docsnl have to run for president He has grentIn Democratic party know on what con ditioushe wi its presidentialcan dadalt onto more They have two cnmin which to conform to his f ideas or a party policy or find nnother- man If the party goes with him there will bo no excuse for boltrWg at the convention lIe ought to have ia unanimous following If it doesnt o with him ho will go his way In pOSOSOp0500SOSOSOS0S00050THE CITIZEN FiveI KENTUCKY FIRE INSURANCE IMPOSSIBLE- If a Kentuckian wants to insure his property against fire he has to pay many times as much as a man in other parts of the world so much higher that the common poor man cannot afford to insure his house at all This is partly because buildings arc less carefully built and less carefully cared for Butit is mainly because arson setting of houses on fireis much more common in Kentucky than in most other states If by some acci dent the poor mans house is destroyed by fire without in surance it is a total lOSS A criminal is one who breaks laws A profes sional criminal is one who makes his living or part of it by breaking the laws There are fewer professional criminals in Kentucky than in similar northern states but there are many more criminals in Kentucky than in northern states of similar population That is why insur ance rates are so high in Kentucky The motive of the northern criminal is gain The motive of the southern criminal is rvenge and passion Revenge is not a higher motive than gain and it isa great deal more fool ish The criminal who has made money has something to show for his crime The criminal vho has had his revenge has nothing but the bitterness and blackness of his own heart and danger of vengeance in tur as a reward for his crime Where crime is discouraged an arson is rare insurance rates are low In Kentucky crime is encouraged sometimes when it is done for revenge and insurance is impossible Our hospitality and warmheartedness arc known allover the country It is n0 that our people arc not naturally SO good and kind as othersprobably the average Kentucky heart is kinder It is that in too large a degree the sentiment favors mobs and lynchlaw and revenge instead of the quiet enforcement of law andforgiveness Forgiveness is a Christian word and a hard one to learn but it is the high est common sense Pena and tho party can take Iho consequences An interesting election look place in Maine Sept 10th Gov Cobb Republican was reelected on a plot form to continuo the present state prohibition law U S Congressman Litlleflold won roolocted after n hard fight against opposition of Samuel Gotnpors President of the American Federation of Labor who demanded his dofent IncaiiHO ho had voted ngainul curtain inter measures al the last OCBSioil Of Congress COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Agricultural Commissioner Hu tort Vreolmul is arranging the sehel ulo for Farmers IntttitutoH to In hold frillnSome of the best speakers for such institutes from thin utato nUll outside have been Hccurcd We giro the dates nUll places of tho institutes fo some of the counties in which our readers are especially interested 18fManchester Oct 8 0 Jackson McKee Oct 12 13 Laurel London Oct 4 5 Pulaski Scmeruel Oct 10 20 llama llarlau Sopt 24 25 Owsloy Boonovillo Oct 78- Leo Ueattyvillo Nov 0 10 Kslill Irvine Nov 1213 Breathitt Jackson Nov 14 15 ritKVKNTION 01 CONHinilTIOX A MruuiRn from tlio Stele Ilonnl of lliwillliI of Krllturkj To the IIrallh Oflidalf Vhy ld ni ind People of Kentuck- yConsumptiou is tho most common nntl fatal disease with which our pPeo moreflthan twice as many deaths as may other disease causing one donUt out of every seven in this state As it is now definitely known to 10 n catching germ disease n largo part of this sickness and deathcan anti ought to bo prevented Care nudoobservation has shown that the chief soiirco of danger is from tho sputum or matter which has been spit out by consumptives which contains the germs or seed of tho disease In count sputumisdried The germs may be constantly found In tho air and dust from tho carpets walls and furnishings of rooms occupied by consumptives where every precaution is not taken to collect and disinfect such sputum ns fast ns it is spit out Most pa tients constantly ro infect themselves by frilling to destroy thier own spa turn and other susceptible persons breathing tho air of such rooms arc exposed to constant and serious dan ger This is none tho loss true booI cause tho disease may not develop nthslor lags and rooms frequented booro less consumptives Being confident that consumption coil J bo practically exterminated if the medical profession and people could bo made to realize the impor lame of destroying the sputum from every one afflicted with the disease tho following rules have been pro pared with care and should bo spread and ns occasion requires observed by afflicted persons and families and nil others interested In the public welfare 1 Every person who has n habitual cough and spitting should have ox animation of the sputum made with microscope to ascertain if It contains the germs of consumption Unti- this can bo done or if the gonna are formed nil of the sputum should carefully and systematically and destroyed or disinfected for his or2 Every particle of sputum should promptly taming a sululion of chloride of lime four ounces to the gallon of waler or of equivalent strength and cuspidors should bo washed daily in wiling water Cuspidors in hotels cars and other Places used b consumptives should have similarr care 3 Tho room occupied by the afflic ted person should be largo nUll well ventilated with an open firoplaco if possible mud no other person should remain or sloop in the room unless all of the sputum Is collected and do strayed with great onto However intolligentlydone safety 4 It is important that constiuip lives should live in the open air and sunlight as much as possible and thoy should bo taught to spit upon small pieces of cloth or paper or use a pocket cuspidor nnd destroy tho sputum ut tho first opportunity They should especially be taught not to spit ou tho floor of any publio or pri veto building D Weak and brokendown people are especially likely to catch consumption Much may bo done to lessen tho liability to it by attention to tho general health and by developing the lungs and chest nnd keep ing them strong and healthy Exor cise in the open air fresh air In tho bedroom gymnastics frequent sponge bathing and quest rubbing proper clothing everything in short which will promoto the physical and mental well boing is important to all anti especially to those who have inherited or ucquirellwoakno8s TO BK CONTINUED 1 J W Stephens now coal bin istopen and filled with nil grades coal Prices reasonable a broodsquara piano for sale or rout Il t Chridmans the furnjturo man I Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ON15 Wrntlier Hiport ilmnVrnm tIf Wide World In Our Own Country Ktlllurlnl Vtnt liuurnnre Cotilinoiiwonltli or Kentucky Ireventlim of Cuiinuinplluii VAOK TWO Serial Tlii Grafter Plain Ailvlt ram TIIHKIi perm and Vicinity College Items Lyceum Court Dnln1- ACJIJ 1OUIt Cm m IIrilltlral Tnlk Kuiulnr School LonToinpernnra Nntee VAUK 1IVK- 1arm nail Garden 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will permit It he llkesaddlng what more he has to say on his owu paper keepthemagain Lest some did not read what wo said about it last week we print again besltonewalA Great lr mli ni for Itonewnli Every ono who pays up all ho owes to tho Citizen and for at least six months in advance during the month of September may receive at the Citizen oflico or mailed to him froo at his homo address n copy of the book Tim floml New In Story cold Song This book was printed last October for the first time and by lost April 20000 copies of it wore almost gone so that tho publishers printed 100000 copies more Ill toll you what it is It is n book of about 400 pages well bound in cloth covers andcontains first the New Testament in good plain typo thou 125 of the boat and dearest gospel songs that we know words nnd music oothI wish I had time to write you tho names of about twenty beautiful old favorites it con songsforpenance and social occasions like Tho Star Spangled B auner America Swauee Ribbor and Annie Laurie theao aro all in too book Then it has ovor thirty scripture selections the Pwalma and other parts of he Bible for responsive reading in church or Sunday School and finally family record on the last page on marriageshirths r o ooiooeoio5OoWoroWo5olro eauo Students welcome I Glad to o see you I Watch for the Stu itt o dents Journal in next issue f 4- SSOSOpopopopopopopopopo5op0 0 l n MADISON a a n a a M lt A Dead Dollar L4Isnothing which is very likely toIturn 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 gel it when you want iitWe pay you 4 per cent to save One Dollar will open your account Come in and talk it over Berea Banking Co Assets over 14000000 Capital 2500000 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier ++ i ootRotokokoolouokotro Kokoror orot+ ottokottoko Sorodororotorzi O 0e c i cJJ I o 1C i DRESS GOODS JJ ox o x Furs Skirts and 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havo gone proorltn round With kited out In the rain Ciaked ground If Den bad minded what folks say Wed hav no Icctrlo llchtn today Wed have no railroad run by steam- S If some one hadnt stopped to dream About the magic strange an hot That bubbled In the botlln pot Had Noah feared a rude remark An been too scared to build an ark There wouldnt bo no ono today To rralso or scoff or toll or play Bo sonny jes you gO nhrnd Thout worryln bout what may be said An It you do not chance to find Some theme or other In your mind Dont stand around amakln jokes That Interfere with buy folks For big things always roust be done In spite o peoples makln fun Washington Star 7r THE GRAFTERS By- lRANCIS LYNDB tCUpjrrteht MM bj K BobUlUniU OK CHAPTER VHI CosTiVOKa Ive sot a mau 1 can hang which Is more to the purpose Its MaJ Jim Guilford He lives here want to meet himGod forbid said Falkland fervently He rose and whipped himself In to his overcoat turning to Hawk Have your young man get me a car riage and sea to It that my special is ready to pull east when I give the f word will you Hawk went obediently and the New Yorker had his final word with the governor alone- I think we understand each other perfectly he said You aro to have the patronage we are to pay for all actual betterments for which vouchers can be shown at the close of the deal All we ask is that the stock be de wlthI Its going to be done said the governor trying as he could to keep the eyeimage of his fellowconspirator from multiplying itself by two All right Now as to the court affair If it is managed exactly as I have outlined there will be no trouble and no recourse for the other fel lows When I say that Im leaving out your supreme court Under cer tarn conditions if the defendants hardship could be definitely shown a writ of certiorari and supersedeas might issue Jfow about that The governor closed one lye slowly the better to check the troublesome multiplying process The supreme court wont move in the matter The ostensible reason will be that the court Is now two years behind its docket j And the real reason Of the three justices OM of them was elected on our ticket another is a personal friend of Judge MacFar lane The goods will be delivered CHAPTER IX TILE SlfOCKIXQ OF I1UNNICOTT It was two weeks after the date of the governor fishing trip and by consequence Judge MacFarlanes court had been tho oven fortnight in session in Gaston when Kents attention was recalled to the forgotten V vnum case by another letter from ttie local at torney Hunnlcott Varnum vs Western 1tfclflc comes C up Friday of this week and they are going to press for trial this time and no mistake wrote the local representative Hawk has been chasing around getting affidavits for what purpose I dont know though Lesber tells me that one of them was sworn by Hooligan the subcontractor who tried to fight the engineers estimates on the Jump creek work Also there is a story going the rounds that time suit Is to be made a blind for bigger game though I guess this Is all alp based on the fact tbat Mr Semple Falklands prl vate car stopped over here two weeks ago from three oclock in the afternoon till midnight of the same day Jason of the Clariony Interviewed the New Yorker and Falkland told him he had stopped over to look up the securities on a mort gage held by one of hIs New York clients When Kent had dictated a letter in answer to Hunnlcotts he dismissed the Varnum matter from his mindi having other and more Important things to think of So on the Friday when the case was reached on JUdgo MacFarlanes docket but really it Is worth our while to be present In the Gaston courtroom to see and hear what befalls When the Varnum case was called Hunnlcott promptly moved for a third continuance In accordance with his Instructions The judge beard his argument the old and wellworn ono of the absence of Important witnesses wltb perfect patience and after list ening to Hawks protest which was hardly mor than mtchanlcal he granted the continuance Than came the afterpiece Court adjourned and immediately Hawk asked leave to present at cham bers an amended petition Hunnl colt nag waylaid by a court officer as he was leaving the room and a mo anent later totally unprepared he was la tt Jllip office Urtcalog La uomg i t dazed fashion while Hawk wet I gill ly through the formalities of presenting his petition Not until the papers were served upon him as the companys attorney and the judge was naming three oclock of tho following afternoon as the time which ho would appoint for the preliminary hearing did the local attorney como alive Jut your honorla delay of only 24 hours in which to prepare a rejoinder to this petitionto allegations of such astounding gravity ho began shocked Into action by the very un graspable magnitude of the thing What more could you ask Mr Hun nlcott said tho judge mildly You have alrzady had n full measure of delay on the original petition Yet 1 am willing to extend the time If you can come to an agreement with Mr Hawk here- Hunnlcott know the hopelessness of that and did not make the attempt Instead he essayed a new line of objection Tho time would be long enough if Gaston were the headquarters of the company your honor But in such a grave and important charge as this amended petition brings our general counsel should appear in person and You are the companys attorney Mr Hunnlcott said the judge dryly and you have hitherto been deemed competent to conduct tho case In behalf of the defendant I am un willing to work a hardship to anyone but I cannot entertain your protest Tho preliminary hearing will bo at three oclock tomorrow Hunnlcott knew when he was dell nitely at the strings end and when he was out of the judges room and tho courthouse he made a dash for his office drylipped and panting Ten minutes sufficed for the writing of a telegram to Kent and ho was halfway down to the station with it when It occurred to him that it would never do to trust the incendiary thing to the wires In plain English There was a littleused cipher code in his desk pro vlded for just such emergencies and back he went to labor sweating over the task of securing secrecy nt the ex pense of the precious minutes of time Wherefore it was about four oclock when he handed the telegram to the station operator and adjured him by all that was good and great not to de lay Its sending- It was just here be made his first and only slip since ho did not stay to see the thing done It chanced that tho regular day operator was off on leave of absence and his substitute a young man from the train dispatchers office was a person who considered the company wires an exclusive ap panage of the train service department At the moment of Hunnlcotts assault ho was taking an order for No 17 and observing that the lawyers cipher rush covered four closely written pages bo hung it upon the sending hook with a malediction on the legal department for burdening the wires with Its mall correspondence and so forgot it It was nine oclock when the night operator came on duty and being a careful man he not only looked first to his sending hook but was thoughtful enough to run over the accumula tion of messages waiting to be trans mitted to the end that he might give precedence to the most important And when he came to Hunnlcotts cipher with the thriceunderlined RUSH written across its face and had marked the hour of its handIng- In he bad the good sense to hang up the entire wire business of the railroad until the thing was safely out of his officeIt was haltpast nine when the all Important cipher got Itself written out in the headquarters office at tho capital and for two rosloua hours the receiving operator tiled by all means In his power to find the general coun sel tried and failed For to make the chain of mishaps complete In all Its links Kent and Loring were spending the evening at Miss Portia Van Brooks having been bidden to meet a man they were both willing to culti vateOliver Mnrston the lieutenant governor And for this cause it want ed but five minutes of midnight when Kent burst into Lorlagt bedroom on the third floor of the Clarendon ca tastrophic news in hand For heavens sake read that be gasped and Loring sat jn the edge of the bed to do itSo theyve sprung their mine at last he said quietly when he had mastered the purport of Hunnlcotts war news Kent had caught hIs second wind In the moment cf respite and was setting into the collar in a way to strain the working harness to the breaking pointIts a putup job from away back he gritted If Id had the sense of a packmule I should have been on the lookout for just such a trap as this Look at the date of that message The general manager did look and shook his head Received 345 p m forwarded 317 p m That will cost somebody his job What do we dof We get busy at the drop of the hat LucIdly we have the news though 111 bet high It wasnt Hawks fault that this message came through with no more than eight hours delay Get Into your clothes maul The minutes are precious now Loring began to dress while Kent walked the floor in a hot fit of impa tienceThe mastodonlc cheek of the thing he kept repeating until Lor ing pulled him Uowr with another quiet itmark Tell me what we have to do David I am a little lame In law matters Do We havo to appear In Judge AcFarlanos court tomorrow after noon prepared to show that this thing is only a boldup with a blank car ridge Hawk meant to take a rfnap Judgment He counted on throwing lhs whole thliiauB against Hunnl mlticcouldnt begin to secure the neccscary aflldavlta Loring paused with one end of his collar flying loose Let me understand he said Do we have to disprove these charges by affidavits 1 Certainly that is the proper re joinder the only one In fact said Kent then as a great doubt laid hold of him and shook him You dont mean to say there is any doubt about our ability to do IU Oh no I suppose not if It comes to a showdown But I was thinking of your man Hunnlcott Doesnt It occur to you that ho is in just about as good a fix to secure those affidavits in Gaston as we are hero David Good Lord Do you mean that we havo to send to Boston for our ammu nition 1 Havent weY Dont you see how nicely the thing Is timed Ten days ater our transwcstcrn reorganization would bo complete and we could swear our own officers on tbo spot These people know what they are about Kent was walking the floor again but now tho strength of the man was coming uppermost Never mind well wire Boston and then well do what we can hero QuId you get mo to Gaston on a spe dal engine In three hours Yes Then we have till 11 oclock tomorrow to prepare Ill ba ready by bat time David you are a brick when it Comes to the infighting said the general manager and then ho finished buttoning his collar CHAPTER X WITHOUT BENEFIT OP CLErtQT At 1048 on the Saturday morning Kent was standing with the general manager on the Union station track platform beside the engine which was n make the flying run to Gaston Nine hours of sharp work lay be tween tho hurried conference in tar lags bedroom and tho drive to the station at a quarter before 11 Boston had been wired divers and sundry friends of the railway company bad been interviewed some few affidavits had been secured and now they were waiting to give Boston Its lost chance with a clerk hanging over the opera tor in the station telegraph offico to catch the first word of encouragement If the advisory board doesnt sand us something pretty solid Im going Into this thing lame said Kent du biously Of course what Boston can send us will be only corroborative unfortunately we cant wlro affidavits But it will help What wo have secured here lacks directness Necessarily said Loring But Im banking on the board It wo dont get the ammunition before you have to start I can wire It to you at Gaston That gives us three hours to go and come on Yes and If it comes to the worst If the decision be unfavorableIt can only embarrass us temporarily This is merely the preliminary hearing and nothing permanent can be established until we have had a hearing on the merits and we can go armed to that at all events The general manager was looking- at his watch and he abut the case with a snapDont you let It come to that as long as you have a leg to stand on David he said Impassively An in terregnum of ten days might make it exceedingly difficult for us to prove anything Then as tho telegraph office watcher came to the door and shook his head as a sign that Boston was still silent Your tlmo is up Off with you and dont let Oleson scare you when he gets 219 In motion ue is a good runner and you have a clear trackKents aftermemory of that dis tancedevouring rush was a blurred picture of c plunging rocking clamor ing engine goundlng over mile after mile of the brown plain of the end less dizzying procession of oncoming telegraph poles hurtling like great sideflung projectiles past tho cab windows of now and then a lonely prairie station with waving semaphore arms sighted passed and left behind In a whirling sandcloud in ono and the same heartbeat And tor the central figure In tho picture the one constant quantity when all else was mutable and shifting and indistinct the big calmeyed Norwegian on the opposite box hurling his huge ma chine doggedly through space But at Junlberg 27 miles out of Gas ton there was a delay Train No 17 tho eastbound tlmo freight bed left Junlberg at ono oclock having ample tlmo to mako Lcsterville the next eta tlon cast before the light engine could possibly overtake it But Lcstcrvllle I had not yet reported its arrival for which cause tho agent at Junlberg I was constrained to put out his atop signal and Kents special came to a stand at the platform Under tho circumstances there ap peared to be nothing for It but to walt until tho delayed No 17 was heard from and ICents first care was to report to Loring and to ask if there were anything front Boston The roply was encouraging A com plete denial of everything signed by the proper officials had been received and repeated to Kent at Gastonwas there now awaiting him Kent saw In anticipation the nicely calculated scheme of the junto crumbling into small dust In tho precise moment of fruition and had a sharp attack of antetriumph which ho had to walk oft in turns up and down the long platform But as the waiting grow longer and the dragging minutes totaled tho quarter hour and then the half he be gan to persplreligalh- Halfpast two came and went and still there Rae no hopeful word Lcsterville Kent had speech fromI Olmec waUb la hud Would th etncer take the risk of a retrend ooh lision on a general managers ordorl Oleson would obey orders if the heM ens fell and lent flow to the wire again Hunnlcott ct Gaston was besought to gain time In the hearing by any and all means and lorlng was asked to authorize the risk of a rear end smashup Ho did It promptly The light engine was to go on until It should pick up the delayed train be tween stations The Junllwrg man give Oleson his release and the order to proceed with duo caro while the sounder was stilt clicking n further communication from headquarters Loring was providing for the lust contingency by sending Kent the authority to requisition No 17s engine for the completion of the run In case the track should be blocked with the freight cnglno tree beyond tho obstruction Having his shackles striken off the Norwegian proceeded with due sire M which is to say that he sent the eight wheeler darting down the line toward Lcsterville at the rate of a mile a minute Tho mystery of tho delay was solved at n point halfway between the two stations A braked flange had derailed threo cars of the freight and the block was impassable Armed with tho general managers mandatory wire Kent ran forward to tho engine of the freight train and was shortly on his way again But In the 20mile run to Gaston more time was lost by the lumbering freight locomotive and it was 20 minutes past three oclock when the county sent came in sight and Kent began to oscil late between two sharppointed horns of a cruel dilemma By dropping off at the street crossing nearest the courthouse ho might itlll be in time to get a hearing with such documentary backing as ho had been able to secure at time capital By going on to the station he could pick up the Boston wIre which while It was not I strictly evidence might create a strong presumption In his favor but In this case be would probably be too late to 1 use It So he counted the ralllcngtht watch in hand with a curso to the count for his wltlsssncss in falling to have Loring repent tho Boston message to him during the long wait at Junlborg and when the time for the decision arrived hi signaled the encl neer to slow down jumped from the step at the nearest crossing and hM tened up the street toward time court house ITo De Cot1nud1 THE PAPA SAW AT ONCE Conrlnclnir Argument Ieads c a Withdrawn of mirrnnl Ube lion lo Ocurii The young and winsome nrU a spolio to her father on behalf ol George the youth who had won tel heart but who was not her lather favorite relates London TitBlU Father she said gently I weal to tell you something Sad you musal be angry Very well he sM I promise I want to tell you father that George and I with to get married The father forgot his promise In a second and began to stars Havent 1 told you I wouldnt have him about tho house lUvcnt I forbidden you to see him he cried ex cltedlyNow once for all I tell you1 if he comes hero again Ill kick bin outNow father she said quietly youll do nothing of tho sort George is young and healthy and the champion allround athlete of his club and wi had a conference this morning and I told him Id love him just tho same j even if he had to pound yea clean out of shape in defending his rights in this I case so you might as well submit now and save ns the novcualty of resorting to harsh measures Beet He saw Juat In Tine When tho bell in tho parsonage rani time other evening the clrcsyman was In his study and his wife was busy so Master I1ardnged seven went to the door On opening it ho found a couple evidently from the country both young and bashful After looking at the boy for a moment tho young man naked Is the pastor at homo Yes said Harold Do you want to get married Tn That just what were here tor replied the prospective bridegroom Well como right In then urn the boy ushering them Into the parlor Ill tell papa and mama too Shell be awful glad to see you for she g4s all tho marriage money I heard her tell pa this mornIng that she hoped some folks would como soon to get married cause she wants to buy a j pew teatN Y Press The Wontnnlr tVest- Mr Tester Fraser who has bees touring Canada tells of his meeting with an Oxford man In the far west Three years hail rubbed all the polish off him his hands had become big and heavy there was the slowness of speech that comes to every man who lives in closo touch with Nature a certain rugged 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Ii In I IMWII waking out ordin j w Iig tlon rfttuniod home offer several 11111 vlMt with Ills lIAr rina bringing with him lila nmllior who will apend a rw days In Metes Mr Frank Blazer has been bulld log a new addition to his homo Ii Mr John Pasco won homo over SutlllAI C Combs who has boon In Iinlliina tho iHurt year la nsnln In l Harm Ho la touching In tlio iubllo- MllXll shears Ilhodua and Mitchell ox i peel nstahlUh a livery and board lug Btnulo about the middle of tide inonlh Tiny will locate on tho cur nor of Jackson mod Short street f norm woe somewhat startled by tho sound of the flro bell Wodnewlny morning Tho flro occurred at Dr UubliKumft and was quickly put out little damage reuniting It la not yet known how It originated Time canntiiK factory which waa re coolly started la doing a WK liualncaa flaliinlay they Ginned about three hundred and fifty bushels or six hoiimnd cans ot tomatoes rccclv IIIR nix hundred bushels tram growers On Monday they could not find enough heelers Word comes from br Thomson of tho Union Church that his father at comeIk Sympathy goes out to him from many hearts In Moron y 1 IIt Quiets Cough 1Thist Is one reason why Ayers Pectoral Is so valua 1 ble In consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless But it does more 4coughing the Inflammation quiets the fever soothes and heals Spld for 60 years A wl Clurrr rrrtenlher boen mnl lire t rci ner nte II hrMvlit mo throe 1- II a revere tlrlc and I frrt tup 1 qwe ni life lo 111 wonderful eurmtlre r INrti eil11114w II TiUITT Wawa by J 0AyrCoLowell who AMado punufMtorer 9 SABSAPAEILU ers HAIR PILLS VIGOR t Hasten recovery b keeping tho GIbowel regular with Ayers Pills ALL STYLESALL PRICE 13f50 titan oooggguuuuuwuuw Time Womens Club will moot with Mrs Dinsmorc on Tuesday evening Sept 18 The years will bo introduced by n vacation rally Word reached how Tuesday night by pliono that Will Hays soninlaw of 1 J Pnwloy had shot himself Tho report did not say wholhor the fhxitlngwoa accidental or not Ho was slip alive when the meraago onino hero A now blinking company was or ganized the 10th of Soptambor with S Itulch Jriw Presidents Wright Kolly Viewpresident John L Gay Cashier The directors include bo sides Iho officers named Dr S It Hnkor Rev Wonley Lambert W M Hammond J W Fowler It W Todd and S F Parks of Kingston Tho bank is to he culled the Boron National Dank and will ho opened it in said in sixty days Intllntliin tn Clllf run uf llrrra The Hnrmonia Society is tho ono musical organization which should lx enjoyed and maintaiuLHl by all tho miiHio loving people of Heron whether students citizens or college workers Perhaps it wan the fault of tho di rector that moro of the musical talent outside of tho college was not invited and urged to join in making title organization what it should bo but you must rouiomlwr ho was a new man in Boron last year and it took Bomo time to see nil tho needs of tho institution This year wo menu to mako it very I plain that wo wish nil tho available voices in tho town and surrounding country as well ns those in the col logo to join us in making tho Har mouia Society tho lcflt musical org nization in tho State of Kentucky Dont feel embarassed and stay away because of some doubt about your ability Seo the musical direct or ho will bo glad to talk with you sill without any annoying test you can ho assigned tho right part to sing Wo had a prosperous society which did good work last year This year with tho aid of the residents of Korea wo expect to double our membership and do a great deal butter work Remember you are at no expense whatever for music The society buys this After a small joining feo of fifty cents hem is no expense except n ten cent term tax It is tho intention of tho director- to make this society as much an or gnnizaliou for tho town people as for those more directly interested in eel logo work Wo are not expecting remarkable singers wo wont people that love music and aro nbloto come regularly and sing HOIIIO part Do not forget to nee tho musical director at once Ho mny nol know you or may not have time to look you up See him immediately at the opening of tho term as it is impor tant that all should begin at onco TO edits A COTH IN ONK nAY Tate IAXAT1VU DKOMO Quinine Tablet IlriijtfjUti refund money if It Mil to cure It W Oauyne llnllIre I on each tax abe FOR SALE A tow good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON miles from Boron on tho Richmond Tike o o8oajoeo o oejo o o oBoajo 0 o I College Items I 0- o oIIERE AND THERE o- ooooooooooooo = Enter Immediately 1 LProl Scale is in town again Mrs Hudson is expected back this week or next Dhss Swing arrived Monday to bo President Frosts stenographer Mr Gamble is having his house painted by tho student painters Mr Howard Shoemaker of Cincin nnti arrived in Uoroa Monday after noon and will enter College Hov Mr Hopkins an old schoolmate of Prof Chits King was in Berca last week doing business Prof and Mrs Dodge and Mrs Mason and Mrs Frost are among those who came in the crowd Tuesday noon Mss Hondricks Miss Raymond Miss Campbell Miss Boatright and Miss Coddington arrived Saturday Miss Welsh arrived Friday Miss Anna Brown of Waynesvillo whoso father is editor of the Waynes villa Gazette arrived Monday and will teach in the Model Schools Prof Rigby has purchased now Everett Piano and M r Howard Hudson also Wo shall expect moro music from both these gentlemen Mr Osborno wont to Richmond on very important business Friday oven ing When lie appeared at breakfast Saturday morning Mrs Osborno was with him Miss Mario McCloud niece of Miss lhillips arrived in Boroa Monday Miss McCloud comes from Springfield and expects to attend school the coming year Mr anti Mrs Cartmell Mr Patin nUll Mr Cook went to Richmond Fri tiny tho threo gentlemen going on business Thoy expect to have a fine lino of books nnd supplies in general this year Robert E Hatch who completed tho Junior year at Beret is among tho army of Borer undergraduates who are taking their places in the faculties of other Institutions Mr Hatch is an inslruclor for next year at tho Grnud RivorIustltuto Austin burg 0 Dr Cowley expects to sail from England Sept 21st and arrive in Boron soon after October let Ho says his work has been far moro sue cossful than ho had anticipated as ho had intended devoting most of his Limo to tho studof eye diseases but has been able to do some eplon did work in car nose throat child runs diseases nervous diseases skin and rectal diseases Miss Ida L Brooks for several years tho Presidents secretary is visiting a brother and seeing the sights of Bethesda Maryland which will bo her address for the present Sho has just been notified of her appointment by tho Methodist Board to a secretarial with the Methodist Publishing house in Shang hai China and expects to sail in December Sho will be much missed in Boron and tho best wishes of all who have known her will go with her IU rwCltlirniiIlpiiilmlrtl or College Unix Residents of Boron shouldromem her tho regulation of tho College regarding tho Winter Term Tho winter term is BO crowded that no students whoso homes are in Berea can ho admitted for the winter unless they have boon In during tho Fall If you wish n son or daughter to attend tho Institution it will be bettor for you to send during the entire year It is not good to have children part of n year in tho free school and part of tho year in tho Institution Lot each ono have the full year in ono school or the other The Institution is glad to offer its advantages to all but wishes to ar raugo sd that it can do the best for its students Send your children to tho Institution this fall Intt l il5e and Uoroa College Honored Prof I V Dodge at tho end of thlrtyono years of service at Boron Is awarded a pension from the fund ot Mr Andrew Carnegie This la a general fund for tho benefit of In structors in higher Institutions ot learning No Kentucky Collego is on Mr Carnegies list Berea would bo on tho list but for tho fact that Its collegiate Instructors give instruc tion also In tho academy and nor mil department But na a special ac Dodgoslongand Berea College have done for high IrilcdInculty rades will rejoloo In Prof Dodges good fortune Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a mouth or moro can gut sqmo ut R H Chrismans Fur nituro store healthyTontcs Drink Wainscolts Pop I TWO FREE CHOIIAL CLASSES Because many havo fulled to under stand the purpose of tho choral classes wo think It Is best to offer a word of explanation The choral classes are for tho solo purpose of giving free Instruction in sight reading and tho beginnings of atinterested Wknowyour lluo of work mootIng wortinUiing ho said was One thing i wantyou 10 do tins year Is to take ino In to luau Choral Clash and teach me to stgntueeticu h every where 1 went Uuo oi the greatest drawbacks to thumewwhat we teach In the choral classes aii1 since It Is free to all there is no excuse for a student leaving Berca musicDo of music to take special vocal lessons mushtosend you to the choral classes because you would be spending much 01 your line and money for Just choralAnt tho opening of the term nnd all those who havo not had this work should join at once CLASaForchoral work so they can read music tedovanced class tho purpose of which will bo rapid sight reading and part singingAll are not suited to sing soprano Perhaps you should sing some other part Here wo will teach you to sing a definite alto soprano bass or tonor that you know Is cor rect It will be a source of great pleasure to you and make you more useful In tho world Inll Lyceum Cnn nAirA As already announced tho com coulee has arranged a splendid course of throe numbers for this fall and tickets will ho on sale imniodi atoly for the whole course to dents in tho college Book room an to others in Porters Drug store Tho Course tickets will cost 00 cents for adults and 35cents for children under 14 Single admissions will bo 25 cents for adults and 15touts for children Got your tickets right away The program is as follows Oct 0 Mrs Jeanotto Robinson Murphy a native Keutuckiauwho has come famous in her lIno gives a mu ideal program of songs ancient nlll especiallylearned from the negroes themselves This is sure to be delightful Oct 27 A lecture will bo given by tho well knowo platform lecturer affectionately called Sunshine Hawks More about him later Dec 8 Dr Hindloy gives his famous lecture on Will it take Y That the lecture will take is a cor tainty for it will ho ono of tho ben things Borea has had for years GROWTH OF COUNTRY DUE TO CHRISTIANITY RoBievelt Takes Issue with Those Who Assert Dominant Tendencies of Day Are for Evil Vigorously Condemns Hypocrites Oyster Bay YSept 10ln a half hour address at the bicenten ary celebration of tho Christ Eplsco pal church hero Saturday President Roosevelt talked of tho necessity ot religion and clean living for tho wel faro of tho nation I cannot understand any American citizen ho said who has tho faintest feeling of patriotism and devotion apllteclatcthoin its broadest sense to tho welfare countryrnot for tho fact that in our villages and towns as they have grown up tho churches have grown up In them and In tho churches men whoso work Is not for tho things of tbo body but for tho welfare of tho soul It would not bo a nation today because this nation would not bo a fit abode for civilized man Mission of the Church Ho said that our material founda tlon of wealth was but a baso for tho spiritual growth of tho naUon and while the material ought not to be disregarded its real object ought not to bo lost sight of Tho mission ot the church was not to work In tho In terests of ono sect but for humanity aa a wholo In this connection ho prodlcUonland who had just said that In two ItJbutI wish to emphasize snit the president tho vital Importance to taughttoItself In tho conduct of Its most hum Wo professor Bore tho president read several polnthlltof tho word wore tho truo follow ore of Christ The president took Is ouno with former speakers who had said that tho dominant tendencies In tho nation today wore evil rather than good It Is perfectly true ho declared that In many things as a people the tendencies at work among us today aro evil but It Is perfectly true also that there aro plenty of other tendencies at work among us jrbJch MO rood I or trr 3 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 formfhomed IllTheINCORPORATED 1 ill i The Road to the Poor House QaWinds over the hill of procrastina tion and leads into the valley of lost opportunities t ll I Avoid its Miseries InsuranceiN S THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IINSURANCE CO OF BOSTON MASS 000oeoo000000080000000000000o tI Wear Wellworth DRESSY CLOTHING I I a o THEY ARE THE SUITS THAT FIT t a e Neat and Nobby Work e o manship the very best The 1 i Wellworth is the kind thati I satisfies Every 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tonnago and scandalage r seem to expand at the same rate IiWIthcorn 14 fret high in Kansas one is reminded of Jack and the beanstalk fThewidow Sago receiving a great advice that she does not con alder sage A magazine article says pianos Jhavo become so cheap that every home can afford one Unfortunately too true New Island 900 feet high has risen out of the sea off the coast of Alaska Jap poachers will please keep off this one too One of the professors says that ages ago tan was ruled by woman Jf that was the case things havent changed much An exchange says tho divorce court Is the laundry for a lot of dirty linen Many a man certainly gets his domes tic finish there This country will extend protection to tho humblest seal that seeks an asylum on its shores until It needs a sew furs Itself minister near Cleveland cut his IA short to fight fire Most minis make their prayers long ones for same purpose I There Is scant satisfaction In a vin dication such as the advocate of a t simple diet found when he died from eating crab meat Ho Is an exceedingly stingy young man who will seek to put his report- J regarding Impunities In Ice cream to immediate practical use 4 London decrees blue for mens I I evening wear Legislation may be necessary to prevent the waiters union from following suit A piece of ground five Inches wide was sold in Sow York recently for 52 000 The purchaser probably Intends 10 put n 3n story building on It A Detroit man hast demonstratedj that fasting wlir cure one of Indiges tion He fasted 49 days and ho has not complained of his old trouble tfilnce the funeral 4 beJdoesnt offer much hope Tho fashion designers wouldnt stand for any cos tume requiring less dross goods Five hundred British school teach ers are coming over to visit us next tall and winter Its the methods of our teachers theyre coming to study not those of our school boards Because he objects toamonument to a Frenchman Ttalsull Is on the warpath again Since that demand for Pcrdicarls alive Halsull doesnt think much of a dead Frenchman Thetelssaid to be a shortage ot xood looking chorus girls In New York but It Is not known who Is complain leg the theatrical managers the die trlct attorney or the Plttsburg millionaires Some of the women bathers at At lantic City now wear socks Instead of stockings and show their legs bare from the knees almost to the ankles nut sliBh If nobody pretends to be shocked they will go back to stock Sags In a week or two Europe Is alarmed over the possibly qty that a lot of American watered stock will be disposed of over there They cannot gee In such transactions eny Just retribution for the bogus works of art that have been brought to the United States A Cleveland woman Is trying to get theatrical managers to refuse to put irn pieces which call for the appear once of girls in tights We have no doubt that the managers will yield to Jier entreaties the moment such pieces cease to spay A Gypsum City Kan man published an advertisement in the local paper recently warning people that his dog was cross and advising them to be careful This Is very considerate of Urn but why doesnt he muzzle t- belt1ogA Chicago newspaper says a St Louis bell boy gave the wrong man a grip containing 150000 If wo can set the name of tho hotel where that I bell boy works we will stop thero + Vwhenever we go to St Louis i- l l ONLY PLAIN SENSE TO INSURE COMMERCIAL PEACE DE PREPARED FOR WAR If Europe Marks Up Its Tariffs Against American Experts Then We Should Be Ready to Play the Same Game Tho favorite device of the stand patters to construct a maximum and minimum tariff taking the present rates as tho minimum would only complicate tho situation further That is to say any such device Instead of giving us a basis on which to make bargains with foreign powers would be generally accepted as a declaration of tariff warfare and there would bo a prompt and all but unanimous effort made by the nations of continental Europe to place prohibitory rates on the imports or alt our finished prod uctsrew York Journal of Com merce But that Is precisely what other gov ernments have done Germany has marked up her tariffs enormously sons to mark them back again to the former ratesand not In all cases as low as the former rateswhen we shall have been bulldozed Into mark ing down our level and unvarying tariff for the espesclal benefit of Ger manys competitive exports Spain has lately gone Into the mark InK up business with the same end in view On the basis of her marked up rates Spain now proposes to make con cessions and it Is understood that somebody In Washington the Third House it Is sometimes calledIs silly enough to nibble at the bait and to seriously contemplate a limited reciprocity deal with Spain under sec Ion 3 of the Dlngley law Peanut dickers cf this sort do not have to run the gauntlet of tho Senate They can be put In force by proclama tlon merely- It Is proposed In return for Spains splendid generosity In giving to cer taln American exports of the noncom petitive sort tho benefit of the tariff which prevailed prior to the marking up thlmblerig game to reduce our tariff rates on Spanish exports Of argots paintings statutory brandies champagnes vermuth and still wines Thus wo shall ccnsent to be forced Into giving an easier right of way into our market to at least one product that will prove terlourly competitive Next to France Spain Is tho largest producer of still wines and she produces theee so much cheaper than France that she is able to export large quantities to that country Still wine production s an Impor tant and a growing Industry In the United States It Is one of tbo leading industries of the Pacific coast while in some of the eastern states it brings Into operation a million or more acres of land and employs some thousands of wage earners and several millions of capital By so much as we Increase by lower duties our purchase of Spains cheap wines we shall decrease the market for American still wines and Inflict injury upon AmeIcan agriculture American labor and American capital Such discrimination against an Im portant home Industry would bo open to adverse criticism even if adequate compensation were given aud the deal was a square deal but to sell out the grape growers and wine makers of a dozen states for so paltry a considera tion as the marking down of tariff Gchedules previously marked up for the express purpose of being marked down places this country in the pitiful attitude of the little boy forced by fear of the big bully to swap Jack knives unslpht and unseen If we arc going to be bulldozed byI foreigners into lowering our tariff schedules let use at least have something to bulldoze back with Let us follow the European fashion and be prepared to do some marking up on our own account The McCleary bill provides for this It Is better on all nccounts to hold to the level and impartial tariff that wo now havea tariff that treats ell products of all nations excepting Cuba precisely alike but If foreign nations insist upon tariff cat fights then the Amer lean cat should not be without claws Good Politics and Common Sense The decision in favor of the stand pat policy on the tariff question Is rood politics and common sonce The time for making a breach in our tariff walls Is not yet at hand The presi dent was elected in 1901 on a tariff platform sound in every timber Ho received the largest popular vote and the largest popular majority ever given to a candidate for office In the worlds history That tremendous in dorsement by the people of the United States was an unralllng index of the popular sentiment on the tariff question as upon time other questions or the campaign So far as Is known tlio people have not radically changed their minds on these Important issues They certainly have not had reason for any very radical changes of sentiment The widespread prosperity which then existed still con tinues There Is work In plenty for nl who will work Wages were never bettor and all tho conditions favorable to continued progress still exist Why Bhoud the Republican party renounce one if Its chief articles of faith which the people have so enthusiastically In domed ISo long as well is well enough why not tet well enough alone instead of entering upon experiments which have heretofore been proved to be imprac ticable So far as Issues are con cerned the Republican hosts are ready to go Into the battle tomorrow There are men to defend the policies as well as policies to defend Loi Angeles rimes HOME MARKET AND THE TARIFF Domestic Transportation Charges An nually Exceed Amount of Foreign Trade Americans are much inclined to boast of the vast foreign commerce of this country which has suddenly shot upward until now our exports and im ports total almost J30000000CO limit few persons ever think what a more bagatelle this is in comparison with our domestic commerce time trado between different parts of the United States by rallvay highway river and canal and by late and coastwise vessels One significant sign of tho Im portance and value of this homo trade Is shown by tho totals for railway earnings now Jumping upward at an annual increase of 10 per cent Ac cording to a preliminary retort of the Interstate commerce commission the gross earnings of the railroads or the United States covering approximately 219000 miles of road will show for the fiscal year ending June 30 nt least that rate of excess over tho 2073000 000 earned In the preceding fiscal year Official statistics win not be returned by some of the roads for sev eralmonths but the Increases that have been shown month by month dur lag tho year and the final reports of many roads give reason to believe that the expected 10 per cent Increase will bo realized If to this expected total of 2280 000000 railway earnings tho freights collected for other transportation with- In the United States In tho last fiscal year were added the gross amount would doubtless exceed 3000000000 In other words time mere transporta tion charge on our internal commerce amounts annually to as much as the total value of tho commodities han died In our entire foreign trade It has always been a principle of those statesmen who favored building up our home markets by a system of judicious protection for American in dustry that tho homo market was many times more valuable and Im portant than any foreign market could ever booIn view of the fact cited above It would be difficult to dispute this argument This vast home mar ket has been developed largely by pro tection which has provided employ ment for millions of manufacturing employes at the highest wages ever paid thus creating an unprecedented market and the best prices for agricul tural products and other commodities which are often not deemed within tho Influence of protective tariffs To tear down our tariff walls and dcsjroy this home market In the chase for Imaginary foreign markets to throw several millions of workmen out of employment and thus lessen tho peo pies power to buy and consume the products of the countrys agriculture this is the net meaning of the Dem ocratic outcry against Republican protection and of the campaign for cOn- trol of congress which the Democratic party Is now waging Any tariff In force for nine years Is bound to develop iniquities and doubt less present schedules are defective In some particulars They should be re vised and will be if President Roose volts alms prevail But a Democratic congress will mean not revision but destruction There is no reason to doubt that the country understands this or to Imagine that the country has any Intention of turning congress over to the Democratic partyTaco- ma Ledger Trusts or Farmers Moro than 65000000 of American capital Is Interested In Cuban sugar and tobacco production The Ameri can tobacco trust alone has over 40 000000 Invested and tho sugar trust and the Haeme ers aro heavily In terested In raw sugar plants A south ern Democratic senator Is a large holder of Cuban sugar growing stock hnd a number of ether United States senators are In on various Cuban sugar and tobacco deals Upon these facts the Cuban sugar and tobacco In terests largely base their hopes of a renewal pf the reciprocity treaty which expires two years hence Holders of nearly 100000000 In American beet sugar plants American farmers who sell about 30000000 worth of beets a year for sugar making and other American farmers who grow cane sugar tobacco oqd fruits are hoping that the treaty will not be renewed U remains to be seen whether the trusts or the farmers will count for most when the Cuban treaty comes up for extension In the fall of 1908 A Question of Numbers If the Democratic party will J do nothing to raise the dead and burled silver issue and will take strong ground for a revenue tariff and the rights of the states It will reunite Itself and it will draw a great number of Republican voters who are already alarmed at the tendencies of theirIown party Philadelphia Hecor There Is no doubt that Deinoctatic hopes for 1908 rest wholly upon Re publican disaffection Without the aid of tariff ripping Republicans In Massachusetts Iowa Minnesota end South Dakota Mr Bryan has not the slightest chance to be elected President Supported however ficlently great number of Repltbtlj cans who are already alarmed tendencies of their own party his election would be assured It is only a question of numbers A lilt of History As a part of the record of the congress campaign of 1906 the following Is worthy of preservation Oyster Bay N Y July 25 1906 Dear Mr Sherman I have your letter of the 24th Inst and Inclosurea I send my dollar I think It an admir able plan and I congratulate you upon the success that bids fair to attend thfi movement Sincerely rours- Theodore RoosevBlt JESUS SILENCES PHARISEES AND SADDUCEESSun- daySchoolLessoniorSept16i906 Spedtltr Prepared for This Paper IKSSOV TEVTMark 1M1J7 UntoCaosarunto God the thine that are codsJlnrk 1217 TlJIK Tufmlay April 4 A D SO the threedaysatJerusalemComment and Suggestion Thought- V 13 They The duet priests nnd scribes and elders mentioned In 1127 Herodlans The two sets of men would come as tho advocates or opposing views upon time question they presented To catch him As one In hunting would catcb a wild animal The word used by Matthew In this con nection bears the thought of entrapping one as by a snare In his words hotter In talk referring not to tho words of Jesus but to thoso of his questioners which were they calcu lated so artfully arranged that Jesus must by his answer offend one party or the other V 14 Master They acknowledge themselves ready to accept Jesus as their teacher Wo know that thou art true etc Note the flattery Is It lawful to give tribute to Caesar By trjbuto was meant tho annual poll tax levied for the treasury of tho Roman emperor upon each of his subjects Jews who claimed that they lived un der a theocracy God alone being tbelr King looked upon payment of tribute to the Roman as disloyalty to the divine government It Jesus answered Yes he would offend not only tho Pharisees but the mass of Jews who hated tho Roman government If ho said No ho would offend the Hcrodtans and arouse the whole Roman power V 15 Shall we give or not giver Not a repetition of the first question but one asking direction in personal practice Hypocrisy Wickedness Matthew Craftiness Luke The word used by Mark comes from one whose literal meaning Is acting tiring me a penny A denarius tho chief silver coin of the Romans worth about 17 cents V 17 Render to Caesar the things that are Caesars Pay tho Roman government for the advantages It af fords you by paying the tax it levies Both Caesar and God have claims upon each and he who would bo honest will pay both To God tho things that arq Gods Man was made in the Image of God Ho should therefore render htm tho sincere worship of heart soul strength and mind V 18 Sadducees Say ri4 resurrection They denied the ex istence of a spiritual world hence tho doctrines of future life for man rewards and punishments or the recur bodyI unto us etc A reference to what is styled tho Lovlrate law It Is given in flout 255 6 Vs 2023 There wore seven broth ers etc A supposallo case with which doubtless they had often puz zed the Pharisees who held very materialistic Ideas about the future life V 24 Jesus answering said We note that Jesus speaks In a different tone from that he used when addressing Pharisees Mark 112733 The Sadducees as yet knew little of him their mistakes were those of Ignorance rather than of malicious Intent Jesus points out that their contusion of thought In the case Just cited arises from two causes Ignorance of Scrip ture and lack of appreciation of the power of God Ho goes on to speak of the last named first V 25 When they shall lUe When God shall raise the dead They neither marry etc The future life will not be a mere continuation of the present nor under the same condi tions Gods power will be shown In transforming the material body Into tho glorious spiritual body of which Paul so well tells In 1 Cor 153944 Are as the angels Note that human beings do not become angels but In underIJesus In his reply touches the various points upon which Sadducees held erroneous ideas Vs 26 27 The book of Moses The Pentateuch How In the bush etc Bettor In Rev Ver In the place concerning the bushthat is In Ex 316 whero Is told how God appeared to Moses In the burning bush The God of Abraham etc There are two ways of interpreting this argument First Gods declaring himself the God fit Abraham Isaac and Jacob in more llatlIliving since Ho Is not the God of the dead but tho God of tho living Sec ond It Is Gods saying If I tho eternal God loved the Patriarchs and was loved by them I could not have al lowed them to perish utterly Given ofIPractical Points V14 If we keep right with God we can be fearless among menMatt 1028V 15 Tho hypocrite may deceive himself and others but his heart la open to God Luke 1615 V 17 The true Christina will be strictly honest In his dealings wJVi all menRom 137 8 V 21 Most of our difficulties would vanish did we but know tho Holy Scriptures as we shouldZ Tim 315 V 26 Jesus continued Ufo U aa as surance of our John 1419 or C TITLE AND A FORTUNE IS LOST THAT A POOR GIRLS HONOR MIGHT BE RESTORED Count Von Hochberjj Fled From Parental Roof Sending For the Malden He Had Wronged Now York Soul 10ln tho wedding at Osslnlng N Y of Count inns Vet dlnnnd Von Hochherg heir to tho duchy of Ilhonstock playmate anti companion of tho Gorman crown prince nephew of Princess Marie Von frunddukemarkable romance tho strange story of the supreme sense of honor that prompts a man to sacrifice name and fame and fortune to marry a poor KUOU girl was revealed It Is a story that teas agitated tho Gorman court that has caused tho res Igunllon of the superintendent of the Royal Opera In Berlin that hue es tranged a dozen ancient families that has separated a father and a son Duty alone destined Count Fcrdl nand Von Hochbcrg to marry ir woman BO far beneath his station In life Lou- Iso Carow was her name the daughter of a workman while he was once In dally attendance at the Imperial palace UB an omcer of limo first regiment of Gorman foot the kaisers personal bodyguard The lino of duty that he chose was beset with maiy obstructions First of all thero como time disgrace for at tho time of his decision ho was to have married a princess of one of the reigning families Then there was his fathers threat of disinheritance later carried out Lastly there was dismis sal from the army He Could Not Forget flat ho was determined In his de cision In spite of tile supreme faerl lees that had to bo made And when they sent him to America hoping that ho would forget ho gave up the remittance that camo monthly and angujfcd himself as n chauffeur in Tnrrlown Then ho cabled to Louise Carow the bhbp girl and begged her to come out hero to be his wife He bad married her raorganatlcally In Germany but that marriage at the request of his lather antI his mother was set aside by tho kaiser So he married her again In the presence of a little daughter that had been born to thorn a week ago Tho ceremony was performed In Miss Helen Everao boarding house on Waller avenue whore Count Ferdinand has n small hull bedroom Rev Dr McWIIllamH of the OMlnlng Prosby terlan church officiated and only the principals and two witnesses were present There was no music DO choir nothing but the clatter of dishes ns dinner was being laid In the next roomAnd when It was over they chris toned the baby Johanna Louise and by the domestic relations law of the state of New York the child through the marriage in legitimized So when she Is SI years of ago she will come Into her title as Countess Johanna LouIse von Hochberg The young Ferdinand la a son of Count Uolko von Hochberg the lord of Rohnstock Castle In Silesia tho super intendent of the royal opera In Berlin and the composer of Clauslno anti Waorwolff Ills mother formerly the Princess Chrlsteno Eleanore von SchonauhCaraloth Is n cousin of the Crown Princess Cecelia nnd as a youth Von Hochberg attended the moon mil itary college with lie Crown Prince William They were Inseparable friends and at his wedding tho latter appointed the young Count von Hooh berg chief usher SLEW HIS BOY Terrible Crime Charged Against Aged Man Father of Forty Children HarrltionburiT W Va Sept 1018r- ael Mongold 70 shot and killed his 17yearold son Benjamin at his tome along the stato line near Mnthlaa Time father was brought to jail here Time boy Is alleged to have thrown a stick at his father and then to have run away Mongold drew his revolver and shot his son through the arm the bul let entering time body near the heart Tho boy struggled forward a few feet and fell dead Ho Is said to have plenty of money and before leaving with the sheriff went to the woods and returned with a sack full of money which ho took with him Mongold has not been living with his wife Ho is reported to be tho father of 40 chll dren Mysterious Tragedy Allentown Pa Sept 10A mysteri ous double drowning occurred on tho Lchteh river In which a man and a woman lost their lives Whether tho drowning was accidental or whether the clement of crime entered Into It may never bo known for there were no eye witnesses nnd Coroner Uutz who investigated the case will hold no inquest Time victims were Charles Hughes aged 35 and Mrs Joseph Green aged about 30 both of Wood bury N Ji and both married Receiving Teller Suicides Troy N Y Sept 10 Arthur n Keefo 40 tot 17 years receiving teller in tho Troy Security Trust Co committed suicide by taking cyanldo of potassium The bank some days ago dis covered Irregularities In the accounts of Keefe Preacher Sudden Call Jouhbtown Pa Sept 10Whlle on his way home from church where he had just delivered n sermon Dr Owen James was stricken with heart failure and fell over dead He had left his pulpit but five minutes before J tDIDLE TEMPERANCE SELECTIONS Read Them and See What a Strong laTemperance Dook Godo Word Is 1 Genesis is 1827 Deuteronomy xxl 1820 Alcohols Deadly Work In the Home Sidelights for unmixed clases of men or women Genesis six 2938 where women give tho wine Those passages picture drunken i fathers see Vashtl story Esther 1 for a drunken husband flout xxllS2t may be used to show Gode displeas mire at a drunken son oven though tho death penalty Is no longer Inflicted In this world 2 Genesis xx v 2834 Future Good Sacrlllccd for Momentary Pleasures of Appetite a Although liquors ero net mentioned In this passage It deals with time very elements of character that lead young men to drink 3 Exodus xvIIl7 Gods Wonderful Gift or Water Thug is a lesson through which maybe shown tho wonderful values of wn tar as a daily miracle as well as tho best of drinks Z4 Kxodus xx 117 Prohibitory Laws Though neither water nor wine In mentioned In the Decalogue It af fords fundamental precedents for pro hibitory laws God does not repeal sr Ills prohibitions because they do not annihilate the evils forbidden 5 Ixsvlllous xlll Gods Plnmlng Displeasure nt Drink In limo Church As a sidelight Corinthians vll xl21 C Numbers vllG Iuko 1517 The Xazarltcs time First Temperance Society 7 Numbers lll3738 Luke vlll43 48 Tho First Ribbon Badges Although liquors are not mentioned In tills lesson the significance or whlto and red and blue ribbon badges worn by tompcrane societies may be Inv pressivoly taught 8 Deutornonomy xxllS16 245 Their Wino Is tbo Pwlson of Drag ons 9 Judges xvl2340 Tho Merriment of Wlno One of the Sports That RIll 10 Kings xviS10 xx122L Defeat and Death by Drink 11 Nohamlah xIll1622 Willie antIfWork Invading the Sabbath 12 Psalms x rely Calla to lUttlo Against Wrongdoing 13 Proverbs xxMl Wlno Is n Mocker 14 Proverbs xxltl2026 Fit Net Among Vine blbbjors 15 Isaiah v230 Captivity Ttuwtfh 1 Drink 16 Isaiah xxvllll7 1418 xl3 Nntloanl Glory Destroyed by Wlee anll Winked Laws 17 Jeremiah xxxvMO The Ab staining HeohabUos 18 Daniel i Daniel stand ftf Hope 19 Daniel v A Young Kings Dead ly Revelry 20 Nabum I Tho Drunkards or Nineveh 21 Habakkuk 11928 Woe tUtto Him that Olveth Ills Neighbor Drink 22 John 11112 Jesus Turns Water Into Wins 23 Matthew xxlv4251 Tho Drunk en Servants 24 Matthew xxv1430 Talents Wasted Through Drink 25 Iuke xxl2939 Romans xfil8l4 Tho Law of Love for tho Clue of Lusts 26 I Cor vlll 813 Abstinence for the Sake of Others 27 I Cor ix2527 Hob xII 113 Athletes and Alcohol 28 Galatlans v 1926 Kpheslan 1v221 Spiritual Joys Better thanxSpirituous IleasureLt20 Titus 1414 111115 Kellsion t1IBlossoming Into MeralaW 30 Revelations axil 7 222 Tbo New Earth b WHISKYTHATB 4 IJ i ojrBritains most active v temperanco workers Is convinced that one of the reasons of commercial depression Is the prodigious consumption of alco boll stimulants 1 recently mot tho itfinished article of the liquor trade bo r says He was lying In tho guttor Ho dhad no hat the hat trado was suffer sr ing His coat was full of holes the 1 tailoring trado was suffering He hail no shirt the hosiery trade was out kd toting Hewas dirty tho soap tradeh 1mentionInsobriety J Count Tolstoi Principles fCount Tolstol neither drinksrsmokes nor cats meat It is his boast t that ho does not possess a single article j he could possibly dispense withyand ho has even refused to receive aj 11 bicycle as a present on the ground Nt that It was a luxury Ills recreation w 1f are chess and lawn tennis at both oiv i which he became an exert J T t M NB L 1t feet fi nDJN Jr MJAO Ii tvl 5 XV JI KILLING DOCK How to Deal With a Troublesome Weed on the Farm Tills ii known by several rommon names ono ot which Is look Tho namo usually given In botanies II curled dock This Is evidently de rived from tho crisped or curled martins of the leaves It Is also called yellow dock a name which has refer dace to the color of tho root Tho plant has beep Introduced from F u rope and Is a large coarse unattrac tlvq perennial and sometimes troublo some wood The young leaves are Bometlmos used us a potherb and tbo rout has some repute as an article of umllclnu The best method of exterminating It must depend on circumstances If Uioro are but few scattering plants probably thero Is no cheaper method tJf destroying them than to dig or out them out with a sharp mattock A Curled or Yellow Dock etnrTc wellotllr tell vigorous blow with It In mifflolottt for each plant fitrtfee deop enough to sever tho root two or threo Indian below tho surface r0 that It may not sprout again Draw tbo ptantTrom Us place by Riving tho jnatlMk a imll upward and forward In rag It from tho ground after tho blow Tde plants may bo destroyed by tbo ppjfcaiton to the crown of oneh one of u Mflall quantity of some strong acid arch as carbolic acid or sulphuric arid Hit thtwlll require nearly If not quite as much tlmo as tho use of tbo mattock and tho cost of the ma terial Must bo added to tho cost of the labw These methods are available In kilt ing the wood In untjllablo places akmg fences and roadsides If tho Mines aro abundant In tillable fields thoro Is probably no bettor way than to put tho Holds under cultivation If plowed In tho fall winterfreezing will bo sorvleoable In killing many of tho exposed roots Frequent and thorough cultivation of the growing crops will XIII Mheta and any young plants that may start from the wood seeds in tho toUts In an tatcrmlnatlng contest with such a weed It Is Important that no plant bo allowed to mature a crop of Mcds This will require early atten tion to those that grow In pastures and waste places and along roadsides They should bo destroyed boforo July JJovlnR might be a quick way of dls posing of the seed bearing part of tho plant but It would not prevent the root from sendlifg up now shoots To do this more cnYotual treatment must be Riven Nor should anyone expect K says the Country Gentleman that ho can clear his land from this weed and have It remain clean very long unless lie IB constantly alert In destroying It as fast as It appears or Unless his neighbors will unite In the warfare so that no source of a new Infection shall remain REAR OTEP FOR WAGON Handy Addition Which Will Help In Loading and Unloading lIandT addition to farm wagon Hero Is a atop added to tho rear end of a farm wagon by means of two stout Iron sup parts This stop will Provo a great comfort It saves a lot of strain In setting In and out cf the wagon when unloading and when one In lifting boxes baskets or bags In or out It Is a halfway place on which to rest Then too says the Farm Journal ono can tip a box or barrel over on cdgo against tho stop nail then lilt tho other end and tip It into the wagon Ono person can easily load boxes and barrels In this way and not lift much more than salt the weight at any time PICKINGS Farmers are purchasing more jirnylntf outfits than over before Mow alto weeds along the roads ldea end ffi fence rows before they go to cccd Dont let n weed go to seed In tho garden It will mnko a great deal of rdisagreeable work for next year wellcured cowpea hay is worth ono and ono halt tons of red clover hay and Is nearly equal to wheat bran ID feeding quality Tho small white worms that alcolo Ionize rose leaves may bo controlled by dusting thoroughly white dew in on Tith soot and floe ss9esGropl tove fllrv and chimney x r THE BUSINESS OF FARMING It Hat Taken Great Strides In Past Fifty Years Farming Is the foundation of civil Izatlon It la tlio basls of all other creations of what Wo call civilization Ilaforo It was developed nations woro savage Tho nations that have been most olvlltzod have paid the most at tention to agriculture Tho savages regard It of such little Importance that tho men generally consider It a fit occupation for tho weaker sex All tho products of our country arc really dependent on agriculture and the moro enlightened the agriculture tho more prosperous will bo oho nation Until man began to till tho fields we cannot conceive of him doing any la bor Hunting and Idling were morn In the nature of recreation than of tabor Tho business of farming Is ono that greatly affects tho character for by It man Is brought Into close con tact with nature For thin reason farmers have always been regarded as tho mainstay of every nation Hor ace In reviewing tho glorious history of the Roman commonwealth says that tho heroes that won the battles that made tho nation great were not from tho cities but were from the farms of tho country whom they had boon taught morality Tho business of forming lies undergone great changes in the last GO years Taken as a wholo the business of farming was far harder CO years ago than It Is today Many a farmer will remem ber that In the old days when tho crops were largo and all work had to bo dono by hand It was exceedingly difficult to get enough men to save the crops It was therefore necessary that men begin work early and con finite to labor till late It was not un common during haying time and the time of harvesting the wheat crop for the laborers to be In tho Held by five oclock In tho morning and work till the stars were shining at night If foul weather threatened they worked even under moon and stars That was not considered unreasonable labor for tho gathering of the crops was looked Orion as emergency work Now the horses and machines do In a tow hours more titan tho mon by tho old process on could do In tho longest day A ten yoarold boy with tho proper ma chine and horses will do more work now in an eight hour tiny than several mon would then do In a 1C hour day At that time the farmer was looked upon as tho hardest working man In the country little time being left him for mental Improvement It Is no stir lirlso then says tho Farmers Review to know that at that time wheat brought a much higher price than In this day It cost more In labor The business of farming has taken great ctrldoa forward and Is no longer looked upon as tho business requiring tho greatest amount ot drudgery and giving the toast amount ot comfort Tho farmer of today Is not tho kind of man the comic papers picture The progress ive farmer of today Is a gentleman and is doing business In a business way Tho business of farming Is as much a commercial enterprise as Is any business that Is carried on In tho city HANDY SAW HORSE Arrangement by Which the Work Can De Made Easier In tho Illustration Is shown an easily made saw hone and a convenient way of holding wood Use pieces of two by three or two by fourInch stun for the legs cutting then the proper length Mortise the logs together and SawHorse In Position connect the ends with wooden braces rondo of ono by ono and one half Inch stuff at top and bottom on each sldo as shown nUn a light Iron rod from ono end piece to tho other at center To hold the timber In place when sawing secure a hickory vole about two Inches In diameter and six feet long Fasten ono end to the ground at one aide ot tho horso by means of a Make uf ix bout wooden staple as lllus rated fend iho polo over the timber to bo held and fasten with a forked stake set In tho ground lint says tho Orange Judd Farmer a small post with idles bored In ono side a tow Inches apart and a pin to fasten In tho holes will be found preferable a forked stick as tho polo can toI bo sprung down and held at points to suit tho various kinds of wood laid on tho saw horse Two Origins Clay A scientist says that tho clays In our soils had two general formations In the volleys tho clay Is tho result of sediment deposited by muddy water in au early ago ot the world When It la found on hillsides It may bo as sumed that It Ja the result of the de cay ot slato rocks Influence of Agriculture Before agriculture was practiced ns a calling nations rcmrlued savage be cause they could live by hunting and fishing Agriculture has been tho fac tor that has changed savage nations Into civilized nations Farming of Future It is Impossible to look forward 30 years arid say what the progress of agriculture will be for It will certainly surpass In Its rate cf progreee ally twodecadc batbaro goat before + l uM3abrit iir nf ratC- 1itiL 1 iGea g in mrtttIt By CORNELIUS J HOWARD Profcitor ot Chemlttry Technical School City of Meals fTi HE nir of the cities is responsible for ft large percentage of the drinking of alcoholic beverages In n town where the majority of the paving is of stone there is to be found a larger percentage of the consumption of alcohol per capita- A town whore oft coal is used consumes far more beer anti whisky per capital titan ji town paved with asphalt The dust of ft city creates a coating on the membranes of the throat and stomach that water does not wash out or rather creates a condition that water does not ameliorate and when tho palate or the nerves in that membrane are med to the acute taste of alcohol it is the only thing that will satisfy the dry anti hot feeling of those parts of the body Observations made in regular form show that the consumption of alcohol is 100 per cent greater among men who work where coal smoke is predominant thnn among there who do the came atiiount of physical labor where there is no coal smoke Until tho time comes when streets and pavements and even the facades of buildings may bo washed and flushed by wator there is no chance of reducing tho volume of disease breeding1ust in the air There are plenty of exports who advance arguments against tho flushing anti washing of streets but it will be one of the greatest helps toward the reduction of individual drinking that will be made in that direction The mineral dusts of the city in themselves are not necessarily dan gerous nor do they do any great harm to the nasal organs but where they aro mixed with the more generative vegetable dusts that come from the animals of the streets and from the tons and tons of fine powder of the interstice of buildings added to the mass of insectladen mixtures made by the birds that use the cornices windows and chimneys for homes they make a mixture that breathed into the nose stomach and lungs is just like that much poison and it is no wonder that men will seek a drink with alcohol in it without knowing why they should be doing so wIlt urrir Ruu 3Ji 311 By STITCH MCCARTHY- New York City Ward Politician and Patron or Sport You may have an idea that youre cunning when you stay single and you may think your influence is ranking a splosh but you take it from me that the single man aint any heavier than a piece of ice trust goods on a front door step on an August tiny Its the women who give us character sos our men friends aint afraid to speak out in the open about us if they want to hand us h littlo hot air and its the women who give us the characters that make men toll lies after being won talking to us Women snake us hustle because we know if we havent got the price well get talked about and if they think were lazy theyll Salk about your wife and say Poor thing she has to do all tho wdrk Women make us see how littlo we count in the game if we dont do all tho things that women think men should do in tho days work Women say a lot of things they itant mean because talk is about the only pastime the most of them have but when a woman is boosting for your success she tellpi the truth and thats why eo many fellows say women aint got any sense because they toll the truth Women make you want to get out in the morning and got into action becftUfo you dont want to bo shy when it comes to settling day and they make you want to got in at night because most of cm will do moro to male you comfortable than any one else and the fellow who dont like to bo comfortable has something wrong in him Since I have boon married I have teen some wives that I thought a hard slap on the wrist Would do a lot of good to but no one ever wants to take on the job of doing it because other women would say youre a brute Ive had fellows tell me they couldnt get along with their wives if they didnt hand thorn a slap onco in awhile but Id rather pay alimony than do that and I guess if the truth was known theres few of us men that dont teed a good slap once in awhile ourselves because its so easy to get sassy in your own house I aint trying to make rules for married people to live by and I aint trying to be wise about it because every day I get into the fuot that I know less about it c Many folks are unhappy married find they cant see why anybody should ho a tout for the game but so far asl am concerned its the whole pantry with oil the grocery bills paid and Jm saying that if all the people could be as happy us me and Mrs Stitch is the world would be a continuous laughfest and so many people that try it make a hit of it that I say for one Get married for single life is IIL and heres to Mrs Stitch God bless her 1 thLIit1UIriafr b- tn g11nnl tttIth By MISS ELIZABETH CASTERTON Suparvlxir or MUtlc flay City Mich There is nothing that touches humanity on ns many sidesto develop to intensify and to modi las music A proper adjustment of the school curriculums calls 0 for a recognition of the spirit purposes and interests that music has in coin non with other hranches A close relationship between music and each correlationshouldThe subjects that offer the most immediate opportunity for correla tion arc nature study geography history including biography and literature Nature study and music should start handinhaml in the kinder garten and continuo throughout the school course The songs should planned as the nature work is planned according to the season and appearIn inter esting than a few folk or national songs of the country being studied Side by side with the political history of n country runs collateral music dealing with the home life science ethics history literature or some ono of tho things that to make itsmany go up general pivilizaiion So a song properly studied should give to the child interest and information in Je gird k jome out of the niany features pf u nations life starols 5 lass Berea College 19067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS t Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states t Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS I A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject Se k many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lectureslibrarymetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free + text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade rae tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print i lag Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and 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 and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of a teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary Cora true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate S MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture PianoqTheory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days f Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a more than be pas in This great deficit is made up by the gifts ofjsChristian 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 etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost r LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Dtfoiit 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 teachersalLour instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Incidental 3 Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 7oth day 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 arc earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Ex cept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to tern as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to team from 50 cents to one dollar a week- lEirThe best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time a to study is in the fall 9Srlt is important to come the first day September xa and stay 1till the end December 19 1SecretaryWILL JJjBEREA KENTUCKY iMadison County RoUer Mills r t tDz4F Manufacturers Farley ReIIIt PI- CoraMcaI SbipStuffICnIIIM crIEtc- Our aoLDDUST goiter Flew WIll li- a bard de Ht PRID OF MADISON M uotkr EIcltI1iirIMlMCftN y Potts 1 Duerson Et- s L w dd h LTHE HOME I Remedies for Poisoning i Cases of accidental poisoning are quite common Of course you dont eipoct one in your family but it may happen tomorrow in yours or your next neighbors and by tho time you could get a doctor the child 1whohas taken the poison might be dead Hadnt you better cut out directions and pin them up where you can find thorn in an iostant and know what to do if it should happen in your home f Concluded from last wook Tho chomical antidote for an alkali is an acid Vinegar is always at hand Give two or three tablespoonfuls in half a gloss of water or tho juice of two or three lemons may ho used Then give three or four tabl spoonfuls of olive oil and a largo draft of milk Do not givo emetics iu these cases Acid poisons are to bo combated with alkalies Givo a labl spoonful of cooking soda in a glass of milk or water or givo a tonspoonfi of soft soapor shave up herd soap and givo HI or give whitewash chalk moist ashes in water tooth powder Give white of egg and plenty of milk Carbolic acid is a very dangerous poison Try to arouse vomiting Give white of egg magnesia and water or milk Givo strong tea Keep the patient warm In cases of arsenic poisoning give large quantities of milk white of egg limewater or oil In cases of corrosive sublimate give strong ton followed by eggs and milk Children may chew matches and so become poisoned Limo wnte powderedcharcoal or magnesia may be given Vomiting should be securedsulphate of copper is the best emetic Turpentine is also an antidoteOpium laudanum morphine paregoric must be combated by prompt emetics Give strong coffee Watch the breathing if it falls below ton breaths a minute rouse tho patient by slapping tho spine If breathin fails employ artificial respiration In all cases of poisoning the first requisite is that the attendants steal be cool and collected the next thing is promptness of action A moment spent in collecting the thoughts and deciding upon the lest method procedure may save time in the ondFarm and Homo ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools By PROF CUAIILKS O LEWIS INTERESTContinued Problem 3- Statement Principal = 450 Rate = 1 Time = 2 yrs 7 mo Interest = 4050 Solutionl 450 = 100 per cent of Prin 2100 = 2911 Ir ra II Why 3 4050 = 10 13 per cent Prin Int in per cent for whole time 4 10 13 per cent + 2 712 = 4 per cent Why Rate per cent in above problem =4 per cent Problem 4 Statement Principal = t Rate = 6 per cent Time = 2 yr 8mo Interest = 4804 Solution 1 2 yr 8 mo = 2 23 yrs 2 223X0 per cent = 10 per cent 3 10 per cent of Prin = 4804 Why 1 4 1II rr II II = 301 5 100 II ra II ra = 304 Principal in above problem = 304 These forms are based on corresponding percent age solutions and therefore most perfectly teach the new through the old They are not short methods of course but foundation principles must first be learned and then shorter forms may be introduced as needed I believe there are no forms that give pupils a better start than the ones given Annual interest aid componnd interest are of but little practical value Pupils should not bother with 3either the first year they srudy interest r TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK ITHE FARM I Good Slid Corn and How to Get It Farmers Bulletin 220 of the United States Department of Agriculture is devoted to information as to the Production of Good Seed Corn We take the following from the bulletin Some farmers may not have the time to breed their seed corn or the opportunity to purchase The crop depends largely on the seed however and no farmer can afford to neglect to save and select his seed corn bj some careful method The suggestions which follow may prove helpful in this work When to Harvest Seed CornIt is important that the seed corn lw thoroughly dried out before it is subject to severe freezing It is desirable to select the seed corn early in the fall before there is danger of freezes Light frost would not injure the seed but the selection should not be delayed too long as a severe freeze might greatly injure the vitality of tho seed if it was not thoroughly dried out when tho freeze came When to Gather Seed Select your seed from that portion of tho Holt wbichis uniformly the best developed It is a good practice to husk this portion of the field early in the season to bo sure that tlioso oars saved for seed will have boon husked and preserved before freezes occur How to Harvest Seed in Field Have a seed box attached to tho wagon box if the corn is husked in the field standing and when an especially good ear is found throw it into the seed box Dont be afraid of getting too many good ears as they should be examined more carefully later ant only the very best selected for planting From two to three times at much seed should be selected at this time as will be necessary to plant the next years crop How to Harvest Seed from ShockIf the corn is cut and shocked that portion of the field from which seed corn is to be selected should be husked before freezes occur and the bOAt ears selected and kept separate as in the preceding case How to preserve SoedThe seed corn selected as above indicated should bo placed in a dry wellventilated room where tho ears can bo spread out They should not be piled in a heap as it is important to expose them to a free circulation of air so that thoy will dry quickly and thoroughly without moulding It la a good practice often followed to leave a few husks attached to each ear so that tho ears may be tied together in pairs by means of the husks and then hung over poles or wires in the upper part of the room If convenient racks can bo made like bookcases with slat shelves about four or fivo inches apart and open backs and fronts in which the ears can be arranged until thoroughly dried Only one row of ears should be placed on each shelf This method allows the 1 preservation of a large amount of seed corn in a small spaco 0 4 OOc OOOoOOOOOO-o Eighth Kentucky History II 0 S Thrilling Story of Ilio 1nrt IhlA Inl o Innt lliclmciit took In the Civil Wnr 0- OOOOOOOOOOoobe CHAPTER IX Continued April 1st wo had orders to 11mw and cook five days rations each mnn with 100 rounds and be ready to march at sunrise tho 2d Accordim ly our brigade now under Colon MnlthowH n battery of light artillery and two regiments of cavalry 1111 under tho command General Star toy marched early out tho Libert road Tho day was warm for ho season the rest had refreshed our men and wo tripped along after the cavalry lively but before night man of tho men became much wearitx We bivouacked twenty millS from Murfreesboro near a village calls Auburn At midnight the troop worn all awakened without bugle or drum anti in comparative silence resumed the march to Liberty where we expected to find about 6001 mounted rebels under Kolwrt Brock iuridgo About sunrise we wade Smiths fork of Duck River hake l ind ate our breakfast Hero wo were joined by some Last Tennessei cavalry At 11 oclock wo pnsse through Litorty and hurried ou up Dry Creek nUll found tho Johnnie occupying the mount on tho south called Snow Hill Tho brigadi formed line with two companies from each regiment thrown forwan as skirmishers and tho cavalry sent round to flank tho enemy with order to gnintheir rear With quickate we ascended the steep rocky mount aiu When near tho summit tho enemys pickets opened a scattorinj fire on us that went harmlessly over our heads Our advance charged 01 before they could reload They lee down tho opposite slope to their sec Dud lino of dismounted cavalry who lay protected by a rude breastworl of logs and stone We engage them in a short skirmish Dy this limo our artillery had got in position and began to shell the Johnnies General Stanley who like all tho other staff officers was on foot ivalked down among our boys am isked What regiment is this r The Eighth Kentucky was tin responseWell Kentuckians aro not afraid Largo on them rascals and shoo their heads off With n yell ournkirmishera Com parries A and B anta score of vol unteors from other companies pitched forward at a doublequick Th rebels fled to where their horses were jvor another hill leaving severn lead and six prisoners in our hands Fho cavalry now attacked and rat ofT the enemy toward Smithville Our loss waa only three wounded This ended our Snow Hill battle Our infantry force returned tc Liberty where wo bivouacked for tint light Tho 4th wo started on our return md reached Alexandria county seal of DoKalb County ten miles west of Liberty We waited tho return of the cavalry and near night moved even miles toward Lebanon The Cth early in tho morning we esumed the march through Cherry Galley a beautiful farming district At Sharps Springs n small village vo found a store containing a consid ruble quantity of Confederate stores We had no transportation to remove them and before all tho force hat passed the store took fire We hen passed through Lebanon and ivouacked seven miles from that plaoo Our peaceful sleep was inter opted twice during tho night by the- e1wris of our cavalrys carbines They brought in three prisoners tho ned morning said to have been bushwhackers We arrived at our Id camp near Murfreesboro on tho lib Wo resumed our usual routine of daily duty to wit Reveille at 5 a m- IirstRegimonts form on their espectivo parade grounds and stand to arms one hour Second Breakfast at 7 oclock Third Guard mounting aS- of thirtyfive men and two officers for licket ton men and one officer for amp guard- FourthCompany drill from 0 to 11 oclockFifthDinnor Sixth Battalion and brigade drill rom 2 to 4 p m- SeventhDress parade at 5sup per at 0 and tattoo at 8 oclock pm TO IJE CONTIN- UEDBARGAINS leal 05c per bushel Inundated SugarSc per l- bIour40c to o per sack lest Bacon Ho per lb Salt 40o per 100 Ibs loot Coffee12o and I5o per lb All other goods at tho lowest pose liblo pricesM D SETTLE Big Hill Ky INTKIIKSTINC M5TTHII Prom Mrnnil SIN Ilxrthlrk lxmtTli Work In llr nlhlU County Jackson Ky Aug 31 To the IWItor of The CUllen On the morning after Conimonc mont my wife and I loft Berea for II placo that has become famous in UIO criminal history of Kentucky 1 hatl long hoard of Brcathitt county allll tho town of Jackson and hntllookl1 upon them as places whore 11IInlln lifo was unsafe and whore tho peoplo must lo uncivilized to allow such 1 state of affairs When wo were given Breath county as our field of Sunday 8cll001 work I must confess from what I had heard of finale and of tho collnty I hesitated very much about going anti while yet in tho trouble Ill friends and relatives nail you cnnni do much for thaw jwoplo and yc will bo killed for the least provoa lion Prom tho toys nnd girls I hntl not in Berea College 1 know tlmt thorn woro as loyal and us true hoar eel men in Brvathitt as anywhun Mesa living in Jackson nearly thno months and mingling with the poopl ill over tho county 1 must say Breath itt county will hold her own and will xuiipcto with any county of liko roughness in the land in tho miRing of crops anti mountain indtislriei True she has just passel through n lark period of her history sad tho lives of her noble ni have leo lacrificcd yet through thus evil slat I of affairs God is bringing good Ollt- of it Jackson Is as safe a plate to ivo in cold tho people of Broathil xjunly aro as kind an hospitable nnd ix intelligent as any of Eastern Kei ticky Jackson is situated on the North Porkof tho Kentucky River null indeed is n most dillicult town to gc l trotiud in being so hilly To tho north to tho cant to tho south and to tho west the mountain roll themselves up as okstiicltn to commerce and but for tho L E iailroad she would bo cut oil from tho outside world lieu people now number two thousand anti the tows is growing butt when tine L 15 ox ends its railroad to hazard or Ira oud then tho growth until prosporit of Jackson will WKISO for an it ie now nil tho country to tho oust must com to Jackson for its mipplius Tho fret INTO mouths of our sta in Jackson we engaged roosts iron ilraJB Mtircum whose hualmiM ins killed by Curt Jolt Two loon from us wits whore Dr B D Cox ivcd nUll across tho street lives Judgi largisFrom Berea thero woro fotirtoat tudents sent out to take up Sunda School work two in ouch of the fd owing counties K1I0ttIerr letch- er Lathe Clay Owsloy and Brcnlli 1 Three weeks ago I visited all ho counties walking over three bun Irod miles in the fifteen days out I Jnly saw six of tho workers out from peso six I can givo you an idea of what is being done Gilbert Comix nml 0 P Jackson stationed in Knot otinty II M Washbiirn and llunrj ugntin in Perry and A M Host and Htibort Fellmy in Owsloy county ndno in Breathitt county Inure 16 itinday schools with 8B0 seine ars About 21CK homes have IMHJI isited and hundrdsof BililtiH plactH in homes whore thero wore none Over fifty pornons have confessed Christ and many others are thinking uriously A money value cannot ho placed upon the work Tim teal fnet is that most of these mOO echo ars woro never in a Sunday school efore Tho lays have walke many undrc ls of trills Porhnjw my work squires a little moro walking than tho others but I daro say that most of- tho boys have not walked less than 000 miles apiece this summer As I hno given you only half of tho Hold of workers by doubling these figures DU can get an idea of what all tilt unday School workers nro doing Artor tho workers are all through 1- will try and get correct figures from niland lot you know later how much hM been done I have met many of tho Boron students in my travels offer tho niuties and I find thoy are boys nDd girls who are respected by nil- aDd who are going ahead of tho boys and girls who do not go to school Tho community looks up to thorn and III proud of them Berea College is town in all plates and is spoken of- with pride as tho College of Eastern entucky Among somo of tho students I- mot many of them toppinGover- night or meals MIS wore mon Brock Principal of Burning Springs Academy Miss lInngen actor at Burning Springs and who WIII well known as a teacher in Doran allege Anton said she was tho b08t teacher ho had in tho school Taylor Gabbard our state represonta tivo is teaching at Boouville Owsley lusty and Stove his brother runs a store on Cow Crook Isaac Hacker anll his wife Ray both teach srboolln Owsloy Mary Nettio and Jnnio Barker are at Travelers Host lharlio Evorsolo is an attorney at loonoville Martin Roberts intends to sot up a law office in Manchester lary IJoakins is teaching school nt I + t+h 1 REAL ESTATE I Imvo n fnrm containing 71 acres next to the pike niul in reach of Boron College This IB n very good farm It has n largo house on it good wntor good burl and n good orchard Thoro nro 115 acres in grass This anti L 0In worth moro than 1 ask for it Thoro in now I acres in tobacco on tho placo that in as fino an there is in Mud IHO n countyAny ono wanting thus place will do woll to call and BOO J P Bicknoll at onco I also have improved anti unimproved lots in Boron for sale I can furnish you with anything you want farm im plements fertilizer Wobor wagons buggies paints oils + roofingAItCllUlIl galvanized 1 make n specialty in put ting on roofing If you will call nt my store I will show you the latiMt lest cud most econotnicnl oils tonS that are on tho market A perfect bounty anti a great comfort to tho lady in the kitchen I have a very compluto lino of groceries hardware dry goods clothing and if you want a great suit of clollioH nt very lilllo money como and see mo J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY ++ + t++++ r+ ++ + t + + 4 lWhites Fork Brill ill teaching in orrycounty Sowanll Bmshonr and wife nun also teaching InI Perry Malcutn Holliday is a govurt Imont clerk at Danville Malramshou mo ninnystills he lend capture when Deputy Itevinuo Colloctoi Ono of those stills may ho sotm III Alpha Zolas room this year W II Hiutfty and Laura Sponeoworo work- Ing for the inlorutita of Mr llanoy book There woro navy others hilt time forbids mo to mention them Any Boron student who happen in Jackson will recuiro a welcome at incerolInut ItTIIICK MARSHALL IS INVITED To Tell the Commlilion What H Knows About Prison Grafts Frankfort KyTho prison coromli clones wero la session but no moro wltntMoa appeared In the milk ron tract Investigation Tho board sent 1 letter to L D Marshall editor of tho paper that made tho charges BRnlns Warden Llllard miking hUn to ennui tho commission wIth any infornmllo ho baa aa to other alloRod graft which ha Intimates exists In tho atato prison Tho commlwlon paroled Albert John son ot Loulsvlllo serving Dro year for malicious cutting and Katho Jude ot Martin county who baa erred nearly six years of an eight yesr tentMco for manalaushtor Johnson bu consumption TO HARNESS The Cumberland River for the Transmission of Power Lexington KyA dispatch iron New York says that negotiations an under way there for harnessing tin Cumberland river In Kentucky and UK transmission ot electric power to thii city Arthur Oloslo of Now Ifork 1 consulting engineer DM completed a Burvorjr ot tho route to Lexington Now York capitalists nro behind the project which will Involve tho ox pondlturo of ovor 12000000 An onor mous dam will bo built across the Cumberland river backing water to Wllllamsburg 25 mlla away thus making a reservoir to bold 200000 cublo feet of water Kelly Ie Indicted Hopklnsvlllo KyTho grand juq ot TrIgg county has returned an In dlctmont against County Attorno John W Kelly charging him with cola appropriating j 1700 trust funds placo In his hands as master commlsslonp prior to resigning offlco January 1 1900 p FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion Is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealthcannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free angIo Scott Bowne 409415 pearl St Chemlit New York aoc and lieo All druggists iI m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 DaIly Leave Boron Kt8 a m Arrive ltiohuloltd4I0n in Arrive Paris 528n m Arrive Chncinnnti750n m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Boron pun Arrive Riohmonu2c00 pnn Arrive inns8130 p m Arrive Cincinnnti010 p m Going South Train 3 Oallf Ieavo IArenS 1124 p in l Arrive Knoxvillu 8tlO p in Going South Train I Dally Leave lkmun1220 n m Arrive Knoxvillo 730 n in NMIantiyhugml KHotvtlk In Urfh hintl Train Nwrx trNtiYr fullnxii vmtltwleil wkep- Mgerlowrh Wurifn IIIHIIIIUII nl Knee ale In lurfh ilirmtnnt W H DOWER Ticket Agent FEELINGLIVERISH This TAXES7 A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer 4 A iP11tINTKnn Cl UK Mill IllliS Itching nllml PlteOtiiK rrolfiMlnglHIt Drug ldA are HlliotUnl to irhiihl motiry II 1AZC OINTMKNT fulli lo nail lnelorlbtyr yc ir New Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Canficld City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The WIlt End Barber Shop Phone 67 50c a suit is all it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Boron College linn n few demrablo houses to rent inlierenpomoof them with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer nny week tiny t45 to 12 B nl or 8 to 4 p m- uprrrrrKrrrrrrrrrrrnrrrrrrus I For Sale or H i Rent Cheap iA nice little Cottage of four rooms on g Depot Street Lot 8 by 269 feet Call 83I rr or address r k 0 D HOLLIDAY REAL ESTATE AGENT i5 ST HKUIA KY It11I11f11i151 i1A7itt7Ai17111511tS1 SI A ra ITHE HOME I Remedies for Poisoning Cooes of accidental poisoning arc 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 cbilll who has taken the poison might be dead Hadnt you better cut Ol1t these directions and pin them up where you can find thorn in an instant and know what to do if it should happen in your homo r Concluded from lost wook The chemical antidote for an alkali is an acid Vinegar is always at hand Give two or three tablespoonfuls in half a glean of water or tho juice of two or three lemons may le used Then give three or four table spoonfuls of olive oil and a largo draft of milk Do not give emetics ill t those cases Acid poisons are to be combated with alkalies Give a table of cooking soda in n gloss of milk or water or give a teaspoonfti 4ofsoft soap or shave up herd soap and givo itor give whitewash chalk moist ashes in water tooth powder Give whit of egg and plenty of milk Carbolic acid is a very dangerous poison Try to arouse vomiting Girt white of egg magnesia and water or milk Givo strong tea Keep the patient warm In cases of arsenic poisoning givo large quantities of milk white oI egg lime water or oil In cases of corrosive sublimate give strong tw followed by eggs and milk Children may chow matches and so become poisoned Limewater powdered charcoal or magnesia may be given Vomiting should be secured sulphate of copper is the best emetic Turpentine is also an antidoteOpium laudanum morphine paregoric must be combated by prompt emetics Give strong coffee Watch the breathing if it falls below ten breaths a minute rouse the patient by slapping the spine If breathing fails employ artificial respiration In all cases of poisoning the first requisite is that the attendants shall be cool and collected the next thing is promptness of action A moment spent in collecting the thoughts and deciding upon the best method of procedure may save time in the ondFarm and Home ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools By PROF CUAIILKS O LEWIS INTERESTContinued Problem 3- Statement Principal = 450 Rate = Time = 2 yrs 7 mo Interest = 4050 Solutionl 450 = 100 per cent of Prin 2 100 =20 I 4 l Why 3 4050 = 10 13 per cent Prin Int in per cent for whole time 4 10 13 per cent + 2 712 3 4 per cent Why Rate per cent in above problem sc 4 per cent Problem 4 v Statement Principal = 9 Rate = 0 per cent Time = 2 yr 8mo Interest = 4804 Solution 1 2 yr 8 mo = 2 23 yrs 2 223X0 per cent = 10 per cent 3 10 per cent of Prin = 4804 Why 1 4 1 = 304 5100 = 304 Principal in above problem = t304 These forms are based on corresponding percent age solutions and therefore most perfectly teach the new through the old They are not short methods of course but foundation principles must first be learned and then shorter forms may be introduced as needed I believe there are no forms that give pupils a better start than the ones given Annual interest aid componnd interest are of but little practical value Pupils should not bother with either the first year they irudy interest TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK ITHE FARM I Good Seed Corn and How to Get It Farmers Bulletin 220 of the United States Department of Agriculture is devoted to information as to the Production of Good Seed Corn Wo take the following from the bulletin Some farmers may not have the time to breed their seed corn or the opportunity to purchase The crop depends largely on the seed however and no farmer can afford to neglect to save and select his seed corn by some careful method The suggestions which follow may prove helpful in this work When to Harvest Seed CornIt is important that the seed corn bo thoroughly dried out before it is subject to severe freezing It is desir able to select the seed corn early in the fall before there is danger of freezes Light frost would not injure the seed but the selection should not be delayed too long as a severe freeze might greatly injure the vitality of the seed if it was not thoroughly dried out when the freeze camo When to Gather Seed Select your seed from that portion of the field nbichis uniformly the beet developed It is a good practice to husk this portion of the field early in the season to be sure that those oars saved for seedwill have boon husked and preserved before freezes occur How to Harvest Seed in FieldHave a seed box attached to the wagon box if the com is husked in the field standing and when au especially good ear is found throw it into the seed box Dont bo afraid of getting too many good ears as they should be examined more carefully later and only the best selected for planting From two to three times as much seedshould be selected at this time as will be necessary to plant tine next years crop How to Harvest Seed from ShockII the corn is cut and shocked that portion of the field from which seed corn is to be selected should be husked before freezes occur and the beet ears selected and kept separate as in the preceding case How to preserve SoedThe need corn selected as above indicated should be placed in a dry well ventilated room where the ears can bo spread out Theyshould not be piled in a heap as it is important to expose them to a free circulation of air so that they will dry quickly and thoroughly without moulding It is a good practice often followed to leave a few husks attached to each ear so that the oars may be tied together in pairs by means of the husks and then hung over poles or wires in the upper part of the room If convenient racks can bo made like bookcases with slat shelves about four or five inches apart and open backs and fronts in which the ears can be arranged until thoroughly dried Only one row of ears should be placed on each shelf This method allows tho preservation of a large amount of seed com in a small space 41 soeoec0eoeososososoeoeoeEighth ii History e 0 mllentI osoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoSOeoSDeblCuarr April 1st wo had orders to dray and cook five days rations each man with 100 rounds and be rowdy to march at sunrise the 2d Accordingly our brigade now under Coloiu Matthews a buttery of light artillery nUll two regiments of cavalry 1111 under tho command of General Stanley marched early out tho Liberty road The day was warm for lint season tine rest had refreshed out mon and wo tripped along after tin cavalry lively but before night many of tho urea bocnmo much wenriel We bivouacked twenty miles from Murfrcesboro near a village cabled Auburn At midnight tho troops wore all awakened without bugle orI drum and in comparative silence ro Biiuied tho march to Liberty where we expected to find about 500C mounted rebels under lobed Breck iuridgo About sunrise we waded Smiths fork of Duck River halted and ate our breakfast Hero we were joined by some East Tennessee cavalry At 11 oclock wo passed through Liberty nod hurried on uj Dry Crook and found tho Johnnies occupying the mount on tho south called Snow Hill Tho brigade formed line with two companies from each regiment thrown forwanl as skirmishers and the cavalry soul round to flank tho enemy with orders to gnintheir rear With quickstep wo ascended tho steep rocky mount sin When near tho summit the enemys pickets opened a scattering fire on us that went harmlessly over our bond Our advance charged on before they could reload They fled down tho opposite slope to their 8CCI cud lino of dismounted cavalrywho lay protected by a rudo breastwork of logs and stone Wo engaged them in a short skirmish By this time our artillery had got in position nnd began to shell tho Johnnies General Stanley who like all thoI other staff oiUccrs was on foot walked down among our boys and asked What regiment is this f Tho Eighth Kentucky was the response Well Kentuckians are not afraid charge on them rascals andshoot their heads ofT With a yell our skirmishers Com panies A and B and a score of volunteers from other companies pitched forward at a doublequick Tho rebels fled to where their horses were over another bill leaving several dead and six prisoners in our hands Fho cavalry now attacked and ran0- 1T the enemy toward Smithville Dur law was only three wounded This ended our Snow lull battle Our infantry force returned to Liberty where wo bivouacked for tine night Tho 4th we started on our return md reached Alexandria county seat of DoKalb County ten miles west of Liberty Wo waited the return ofI tho cavalry and near night moved wen miles towanl Lebanon The 5th early in tho morning wo emuned the march through Cherry Valleyn beautiful farming district At Sharps Springs a small village wo found a store containing a consid irublo quantity of Confederate stores Vo had no transportation to remove hen and before all tho force lad passed tho store took fire Wo hen passel through Lebanon and bivouacked seven miles from that loco Our peaceful sleep was interI upted twice during tho thoI reports ofour cavalrys carbillcsI They brought in three prisoners tho ned morning said to have been bushwhackers Wo arrived at our Idcamp near Murfreesboro on tho Oth Wo resumed our usual routine ofI daily duty to wit Reveille at 5 a m- lirstHegimonts form on their esp eetivo parade grounds and stand to arms one hour Second Breakfast at 7 oclockI Third Guard mounting at 8 of thirtyfivo men and two otlicers for ticket ten men anti one officer for amp guard- FourthCompany drill from 0 to 11 oclockFifthDinner Sixth Battalion and brigade drill from 2 to 4 p m- SoventhDrL88 parade at 5snip per at 0 and tattoo at 8 oclock p m TO BE CONTiNU D- IBARGAINS Meal 05c per bushel rauulatcd Sugar5c per l- blotrr400 to 55c per sock test Bacon Ho per lb Salt 40o per 1IX lbs Good Coffoo12c and 15o per Ib All other goods at tho lowest pos iblo pricesM D SETTLE Big Hill Ky INTIi111 STING IKTTIill From 14r and Mr Ilitrlhlrk AluiutTIi Work In Itronllllt County Jackson Ky Aug HI To the Editor of The Cltlttn On tho morning after Commonc mont my wife nail I loft Boron for a place that has become famous in hn criminal history of Kentucky 1 hall long hoard of Brcathitt county allli tho town of Jackson and upon thom as places whore hiiinr life was unsafe anti whore tho people must bo uncivilized to allow such n state of affairs When wo woro given Breath county as our field of Sunday Scllool work I must confess from what 1 had heard of feuds and of tho count I hesitated very much about going and while yet in the trouble m friends and relatives wild you tuna do much for thono people and yo will bo killed for the least provoor lion From tho boys and girls I ha mot in Borca College I know tin there woro as loyal and as true heart ed mon in Bruathitt as anywhun After living In Jackson nearly thro months nod mingling with the poopl nil over tine county 1 muni say Brontli itt county will hold her own and will compete with any county of IIko roughness in the land in tho raising ofcrops and mountain industries True she inns just passed through n dork period of hor history and tllO lives of her noblo have tOU- sacrificed yet through this evil stat of affairs God is bringing good Ollt of it Jackson is as safe n placo ti live in and tho pooplof Brenthit county are as kind us hospitable mv ia intelligent as any of Eastern Ken lucky Jackson is situated on tho North Fork of tho Kentucky River and in ilccd is n most difficult town to glt around in beingso hilly To the north to tho east to tin Routh and to tho west the mountain roll themselves up as obstacles to commerce and but for tho L K Railroad she would bo cut off frost tho outside world Hor people now number two thousand and tho lows is growing but when tho L C 15 ox lends its railroad to hazard or ho yond then line growth and prosporitj of Jackson will coaso for an it iu now all tine country to lie wist must come to Jackson for its supplies The first two mouths of our stay in Jackson wo engaged rooms irons MrnJB Miircittn whoso husbnm was killed by Curt Jolt Two door from us was whore Dr B D Cox lived and across tho street lives Judge Hargis From Boron there worn fourteen Undents sent out to lake up Sunday School work two in onoh of tho fol lowing counties Knott Perry Letch 3r Leslie Cloy Owsloy and Breath itt Three weeks ago I visitedall tho counties walking over thruo hundred miles in the fifteen days out I nily saw six of tho workers out from Iheso six I ron givo you an Moo ol what is being done Gilbert Combs md 0 P Jackson stationed in Knoll oiinty II M Watilibiirn and Henry Ingrain in ferryand A M Rows md Hulwrt Folliny in Owsloy county md wo in Brcathitt county have 45 Sunday schools with 3500 schul irs About 2100 homes hove boon risited and hundreds BibluH placed ill homes whore there woro none Over fifty poisons barn coufravwd Jurist nail many others are thinking erioiinly A money value cannot bo placed upon tine work Tho sad act is that most of these 3500 pohol Ira woro never in a Sunday school mforo The boys have walked many iiindrcds of miles Porhaim my work cquircfl a little more walking than tho others but I daro say that most of tho boys havo not walked less than 00 miles apiece this summer As 1 nave given you only half of tho Hold of workers by doubling these figures you can got an idea of what all till Sunday School workers aro doing iflor tho workers are all through 1 will try and get correct figures from 11 and lot you know later how much bOB boon done I have met many of tho Boron ludcuts in my travels over tho aunties and I find thoy are boys and girls who Bro respected by nil and who aro going ahead of tho boys nud girls who do not go to school Tho community looks up to them antis proud of them Boron College is known in all places and is spoken of Pith pride as the Collogo of Eastern entucky Among some of tho students I met ninny of them stopping overnight or taking meals with tIll were tenon Brock Principal of Burning Springs Academy Miss Haogen caeSar at Burning Springs and who WM well known as a teacher in Boron ollego Anion said sho was tho nest teacher ho had in tho school Taylor Gabbard our state reprcsonta lye is toaching at lloon ill0 Owsloy ouuty and Stove his brother runs store on Cow Crook Isaac Hacker ml his wife Mary Ray both teach chool in Owsloy Mary Nettie and Liinio Barker aro at Travelers Rest Hiarlio Eversole is an attorney at toonoville Martin Roberts intends to sot up a law office in Manchester Mary Hoskins is teaching school at I REAL ESTATE I havo a farm containing 71 acres next to the pike and in reach of Borca College This IB n very good fnrm It inns n large house on It good water good ham untiln good orchard There arc Iii acres in grass This farm L in worth moro than I ask for it There in now I acres in tobacco on tho place that in OR fine nn thoro is in Madison countyAny ono wanting this place will do well to cull and coo J P Bioknoll nt once I nlRO lave improved anal unimproved lots in Boron for sale I cur furnish you with anything you want farm im plement fertilizer Wobor wagons buggies points oils t roofing stool and galvanized I make n BvcciuUy iu put ting on roofing If you wilt call at my store I will show you time latest best and mast economical oils torts hunt are on the market A perfect beauty nod n great comfort to tho lady in the kitchen I have n very complete line of groceries hardware dry goods clothing until if you want n good Kiiit of clothes nt very little money come nail sea mo J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY + aao + see so R Whites Fork Britt Orignby III teaching in Perry county Sowan Bnishonr and wife are also leaching In hOlIruI1II1In when Deputy Revenue Collector Ono of thoso stillH mny ho mnm lu Alpha olos room this year W II lluuey and Latin SHIIIC woro working for tho interurits of Mr Hnnoyi book There wore many others hut time forbids mo to mention them Any Boron student who happen in Jackson will receive n welcome at our house Yours sincerely MR null Mns PAUL DBKTIIICR MARSHALL IS INVITED To Tell the Commission What Hi Knows About Prison Grafts Frankfort KyTho prison commli ttonn were In session but no snort wltBMcaa appeared In tho milk con tract Investigation Tho board sent n latter to 1 II Marshall editor of the paper that made tho charges against Warden LUIard asking him to furnish tho oommlHlan with any Information ho has an to other oltoRod raft Which he Intimates exists In tho stato prison Tho commlHlon paroled Albert John son of LouUvlllo serving flro years for malicious cutting and Nathan Judo of Martin county who hat erved needy six years of nn eight ywir lenleaco for manslaughter John son has consumption TO HARNESS The Cumberland River for the Trans mission of Power Lexington KyA dispatch front New York says that noKotlatlons are under way thoro for harnessing tho Cumberland rlror In Kentucky and the transmission of electric power to Uila city Arthur Oloslo of Now York n oonsultlng engineer has completed a survory of tho route to Lexington Now York capitalists are behind tho project which will Involve tho ox pondlturo of over 12000000 An enor mous dam will bo built across tho Cumberland river backing water to Wllllamsburs 25 miles away thus making n reservoir to hold 2000000 cubic feet of water Kelly la Indicted IlopklnsvUIo KyTho grond Jury of Trlgg county has returned an In Ictment against County Attorney John W Kelly charging him with info approprIating 1700 trust funds placed lit his hands as innutor commissioner prior to resigning offlco January 1 1900 FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Strut for Irre umrlll Scott Bowne 409415 reed si ChemliU New York 110n400 All druggists Or LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Heron888a in Arrive IlicimnomI110ii in Arrive Paris SdSuin Arrive Ciacinunli750a uSGoing North Train 2 Dally pArrive m in Arrive Paris 830 pm Arrivo Cincinnnti010 p in Going South Train 3 Dally Ionvo Borun121 p in Arrive KnoxvHIo 810 p in Going South Train I Dally Leave Borlwt1221n in Arrive Knoxville 730 n m ItorlPMItNT Train nunil n t uml jniity ItufiH lHirlpt at InIthIftml Kwitvillr In Urih din nt4 u Train wu- MIrvsale nl 1ullnMH vnMilwlnl nIeeiI- nirnwlwh trirew Cintlniuli in 1 Knot ale In lurth ilirrflttnt W H BOWER Ticket Agent IJ LIVERISH FEELING l This Morning7 TAKE I UAndA UIUlAHTtrn CIltK M ll IIIKM Itching nilml Pltnlinif rtolriKllnr rltra Drug glte are Htliinlml la lTMrnl tuutirr If 110rOlNT IItNTfMLtocurelnaut4dIr V I I New Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Cnnficld City phone 21 u KEEP CLEAN until get your clothes cleaned limp pressed by J C BURNAM The Went End Barber Shop Phone 67 60o n Hiiit IB all it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Boron Collogo Inns a few dcHirablo houses to rent in lioressome of them with ham and gambit Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day I41i to 12 n in or 8 to I p in carrrrr rrrsrrrsrlrrrrrrwl RFor Sale or J Rent Cheap J eYDepot Street Lot 83 s by 269 feet Call onrK or address a v I G D IOLLiDAY iREAL ESTATE AGENT I NT 1IKIIIU KY l 711 1 1111St1t71 it1StSe lk 11174i1711 ta i Cltooooooooeooooooooooooo 0 News You Get Nowhere Else 1 0a n Ho coneipoafetM UUU4 Wen tlgui U till by tke writer The name o li not for piUlMtiM kit M ai erUeaa of pud Uitt Write plainly 0 oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe PROSPEROUS TIMES live Every Sinn n Chance to Educate IIli Children Start This Fall We believe in Divine Providence There is a Heavenly Father who de lights in doing good to us bis children This year he is giving us abundant crops There is more money in th mountains than ever before Now what has ho sent this pros getrsay we Now we can afford it When hundreds of boys and girls from families no better off than yours are starting away to school why should your son or daughter be left behindIt Y not yet too late Berea Col lege opens Sept 12 and your children may get here in time to catch up if you start them now You will never regret it What you give them in the way of education and Christian training will be worth more than money or lands If you put it off theymay get out of the deaire to go to school Now is the time to insure their making the most of themselves Do not wait to get ready Be sure they will find friends in Berea Send them now- MADISON COUNTY KIHK8VI1LK Aug 27L S Herndon sold his farm which contained 130acres James Lear was badly hurt by a run away team some days agoEap Crouthers had a horse drowned in a water loop in Paint Lick Creek George Rector sold his tobacco crop to Barton Hollingworth G W Lear went to Richmond Saturday on business Mr Jack Curtis is plan ning to make his home in Hamilton 0and go to work thereMr Hen derson has left hero for St Louis John Faller is building him a new homeMr Coy goes to Hot Springs for his health 4hICKORY PLAINS Sept 6Mrs Mary Ponder and little daughter Ethel Lucille are spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs Dan Maupin Grace Roberts of Mote and Julia Johnson of Berea spent a few days of last week with the Misses Burdette and attended Glade protracted meeting Mr Markle of Bell county spent Sunday with Bailis Wilson and fam UyMoUie Johnson is on the sick list this weekProtracted meeting closed at Glade church Sunday night with seven additions to the church Maggie Adams gave a birthday dinner last Thursday Mollie For tune was the guest over Sunday of the Misses Anderson of Silver Creek Mrs Cora Isaacs of Whites Sta tion was the guest of Iola Harris last week Hattie and Bessie Baugh returned recently from an extended visit with relatives at Brookstown DULirrn Sept 10 Several from this place attendedcourt at Richmond Mon dayJohn Turner is on the sick list this weekJ A Hunter is slowly improving after an illness of about three weeksMrs Wm Todd non and daughter have returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Ohio Nelly Lynch returned yeater day from a visit wjth friends in Ber eaFred Lakes and John Lamb made a business trip to Richmond on Wednesday of this week Daniel Lamb died on Friday last andwas buried on the following Saturday at Rod Lick graveyard A widow and m Theyhavethis vicinity Ed Stevens is sick John Lamb and family were the guests of Mrs Lambs parents Mr and Mrs Fred Lakes last Sunday H Caldwell reports success in his schooland Sunday school at Mallory Little Jimmie Stevens son of Jas Stevens is recovering from an attack of pneumonia Miss Ely of Big Hill was the guest of her sister Dora who is teaching at Beech Grove Fri day Miss Dora is teaching a most successful andsatisfactory school CLAY COUNTY- RURNINOSPRIYGS Sept S8helbys Big Show visit ed Burning Springs Aug 28 It at 1tracted a large crowd and everybody had a good timeThe Misses Haupt and Haagen wero with Prof and Mrs Brock Thursday oven ingMr- R B Roberts visited Burning Springs Saturday He is attending the Institutes at Hyden and Manchester Miss E Haupt left for Cleveland last week We were very to see her go but hope that she 1will visit us again next summer Miss Sarah Robinson of Hamilton BurningSprings evenlngSchool y r with a large enrollment John D Rawlings went to Oneida Tuesday Goo Baker the County Assessor went to Manchester Sunday Ho with Atty Roberts Prof Brock and Miss Haagen expect to attend tho Institute A Baptist Association 7ea each day Rev Gentry of the Methodist Church preached his fare well sermon Sunday Every one is regretting his golngRev Job Lewis of Manchester was elected to the Baptist church for next year We enjoyed his sermon hero Sunday Mrs Geo McCreary is somewhat betterE C Rawlings and son and Goo McCroary are still working on the telephone line south of Boone viUeDr and Mrs Hornsby took dinner with Prof and Mrs Brock on Thursday The little son of Mr anti Mrs Thea Jewell is very iUSarah Robinson of Hamilton 0 and Mrs George Asher of Burning Springs were welcome visitors at Prof Brocks on Saturday evening School is progressing very nicely A very large number is enrolled at presentJno D Rawlings made a flying trip to Oneida on Tuesday Geo Baker the county assessor went to Manchester Sunday where ho expects to visit the Institute which is being held at that place Atty R B Roberts and Prof Brock wont to Manchester today to attend tho Institute They are expecting it to be very interesting this session Prof Willis of Louisville Ky being the instructor Miss Haagen will start there tomorrow A Baptist association is to bo held on Laurel Creek Sept 7 A large crowd is expected Dinner will bo served on the grounds every day JACKSON COUNTY IAllltOT Sept 6Schoolat this place is progressing nicely with Jerome and Pollie Hellard as teachersFodder- is on hand and the larger boys are rushing through so that they may enter school again The infant child of G W Fields died Sept 2nd and was buried at the Fields graveyard The parents and grandparents have the sympathy of aURev Pearl Hacker and Abel Gabbard held a protractedmeeting here last week and many wero converted Pollio and Pheo Hellard were visiting homo folks on Laurel Fork Saturday and Sunday and report a pleasant time Mr and Mrs Alfred Wilson have- a fine girl Some one signing himself A Subscriber sent us news from Alcorn last week Wo are glad to have news sent us by our subscribers but cannot publish any that is notI signedwith the name of tho writer We do not print the writers names unless they wish itTUE EDITOR KERRY ItNOIJiSept iMyrtle Click who has been sick for the past five weeks and who at our last writing was thought to be improving has since been seri lIt Since tho second operation byl3r Sandlin of Richmond andI almost hourly attention by Dr she is thought to be improving and we havo hopes of her recovery Minnie Jones has not been so well for the past week as for some time but we hope her sickness willnot prove fatalCharlie Abrams has been seriously ill for the past few days Dr Settle was summoned last night at midnight We hope he may again recover Nannie Click who has been ill with typhoid fever is able to stir again Miss Nannie Hager has gone to Winchester to visit her brother Irvine Hays who is seriously ill and not expected to live more than a few daysAn infant child of Mr and Mrs Jesse Smith who live near the mill on Rocklick died last week and was buried here and Mrs Walter Williams will return from Illinois to their old Kentucky home this week John Williams has gone to Hamilton to work awhile and expects to come home later onThe protracted meeting which was expected at this place this week has been postponed until after the Association meeting which will be the 10th and 20th of Soptem ber DRIP ROCK Sept 10A C Alcorn has purchased a cow andcalf of Mr J H Russell for 130 Messrs John and Russell Young have returned from placohavecult Court this weekWo wero entertained here Friday night by the Irvine Band who were on their way to Welchburg Tom Blanton is planning to move to Nebraska Last week on the north end of Cracker Street J E Sparkman be gan a mudpike following the street south toward his school building and eitizonoe wading the sloughoy bog when it is completed Tho Teachers Associa tion will be held at this placo on the fourth Saturday in this month the following program will bo carried out Devotional exorcises by J W VanWinkle Welcome address by J E Sparkman Response by Dr L CountySUtRelations of Parents and Teachers by Anna Powell Responsibility of llinghRIDWhnt Poetry and Scripture in Modern Training by Dicy Parsons Song EssayTheyLeast Noise by Margaret Mayors What Should be the Aims of tho Public Schools Dr L W Harrison SparkmauSong missionTo What Extent Should the Teacher be influenced by Public Opinion f by Mr Wardi What In fluenco have the Teachers Mauner and Habits upon the School f James McDowell Recitation Laura Hat field What are the Teachers Rewards James Anderson How may tho Public Schools of Kentucky be Improved Y Alfred Mooro What is a Good Citizen Y by Fruuk Morris Closing Song by audience Everybody come and spend the day and enjoy the good basket dinner and dis cussions in regard to schoolwork nunii China Hudson entertained at her home in Hugh last Friday evening The invited guests wore Gracie Powers Beatrice little Sarahand Dora Ely Noel Norris Robert Baker Richard Baker Jeremiah Anderson Gordon Dean Buddy McKinn and Hugh Parks Everybody had n good time- S LEE COUNTY KVKLYN Sept uA B McGuiro of Owsloy county is visiting hero this week Several of the citizens hero took ad vantage of the special rate to the Cin cinnati Carnival Sunday and Mon dayTov John Small wood preached at Rosss Creek school house Sunday Congleton and Williams are doing a great deal of work at this place in the timber line working about 125 men They are to be commended on tho stand they have taken on tho whiskey question They offer 1000 for tho apprehension of anyone who peddles the stuff in their cl1mpI W T McGuire and family spent Sunday with E C Reeco and were royally entertained Congleton and Williams camp now has a population- of about 100 people and bids fair to doublo that number GARRARD COUNTY CAHTKKSVIMK Sept IWheat hauling is tho business of tho farmers about hero Theyare delivering their wheat at Point Levell at 02 cts a bushel Corn crops are flnoGoo Allen anti- family visited J B Carter Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jem Nave and Mrs It C Boani visited Mrs Naves daughter on Buckeye last weokMr and Mrs J G Clarkattended meet ing at Silver Creek in Madison county Sunday and bad the pleasure of meeting some old friends Rev W C McLcllan preached at Paint Lick Sunday and will preach at Fair view next Sunday lie will preach thero the second and fourth Sundays- of every month during the coming year Ho always has a crowd to hear himOWSLEY COUNTY OAIIIIAIID A M Ross tho Sunday school worker was in our vicinity a few days last week Ho said that ho was going to start for Berea next Monday to enter school Price Moore had a fodder pulling Tuesday and gave the young folks a party at night All seemed to enjoy them selves Thero is a telephone line just finished running from Boone ville to South Fork thence to Major to Ricetown thence to Cow Creek vicinityHonday for the northwest where ho will enter the civil service field Wo wish to express our best wishes for his success in his now workThe funeral sermon of Richard Moore of Cow Creek who died nearly a year ago was preached on Cow Creek Sunday at his old homestead by Rev Clinton Taylor of Evorsolo Mr Taylor has been a preacher for over 10 years and has perhaps conducted more baptismal marriage and funer preacherin heartyQuiteplayed at Booneville Saturday between the Booueville and Buckhoru teams Tho first game in tho morn ing was a hotly contested one which resulted in a victory for Buckhorn by a scoro of 13 to 8 In the evening another gamo was given and in the ninth inning u tie was the result So a tenth inning was played and in this inning the Boonovillo boys came out ahead which made even games The teachers association held at n Grassy Branch last Saturday Sept 1 proved to be quite n success con sidoring the number of teachers that wero not present The tlllkworo all good and heartily oujoycd T P Gabbard matte a good impression on the crowd on tho subject of Finnnlag In the afternoon when tho program for tho day had closed some of tho teachers decided to havo n do bate Tho subject chosen for discus sion way Resolved That wo should hnvo a compulsory school system in Kentucky Supt G W Garrett and Letcher Gubbard taking the affirmative silo and Eugene Garrott atulVr P Gabbard tho negative side Each speaker was allowed ton min utes It was n pretty warm discus sion After tho speakers were thru a decision was rendered in furor of tho affirmative Tho judges were A M Ross A J Biker and John Mason OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Sept 3The people In Hamilton and vicinity enjoyed tho cool JlllIU- Iant weather during last wIooSimpson has loft the C C IMper Co and hail returned to his home In Jack sun county KyIman Mnupln has accepted a position ns nuran at Cot loge 11111 Cincinnati Mr leant of London Ky has pjircliMetl a farm near Hamilton and IB erecting a dwel ling Into which ho will move noon Mrs C P Koynold nnil Mrs Michael Reynolds are maklnic lwlldetl via lt with friends In lleron icyCIa- lenu has been visiting lor u few weeks with relative near George town Ky taking n rout hut hue re turned und will resume his work fur the C C Paper Co rne i f Paler Co have all of Its employees a picnic at Voodsdale island Park Ivibor Dw Tickets and ice CreAm were riven to all employees There wan a program of events such as Tug uf 1Var Hurdle Ituce 100Yard Dash 50VarU Dub Fat Mans Itaco ThTeoLoRHod Haoe Potato llacu for ladles and a base ball game The Coaling Mill battling against the Paper 11111 fur the differ prizes awarded In each event Tue program for the celebration of Labor Day on Monday under the aus plctti of the Trades and Labor Coun cil was announced Saturday The first division was composed of the Clay Hand Police Force Tradw Council and Labor Day Committee with tae members of tho Stove Mounten hie tenons Bakers Buglneers Firemen blacksmiths Typographical and Pat tern Makers Union The second dU Isloii was composed of Uio IronMuul dora Carpenters Paper Makers tor tall Clerks Painters Uartenden and Barbers Unions The third division was composed of the Iron Moulder Machinists Cigar Makers llrewer Malsters and Matinees Makers Unions city and county official aJ L1W1 11 K2If Resigns and Kill Self Milwaukee Sept 10Charles E Wljson 43 years old formorlr Brat assistant general freight egret of tho Wisconsin Central railway oetnmlt ted suicide at his homo In this oily by shooting Mr Wilson recently ro signed his position with the Wilson sin Central and was preparing to move to Chicago to embark Iu other business Hlo friends give 111 health u the motive for tho deed THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc- Chloaco Sept 8- PLOUn Steady Spring wheat ixUlbrand I470 Mlnneiota hard patent JiMe 11003410 straight export bag 3119 400 clear export bust SlOOGtai WIIEATEuler September BH t9Hc Star 71011T4- cCORNFirm September HWtHc May 4141TIC- OATSBtronser September U8Ue December tOHOttX- cRYDulI and eailer September war Kc bid and ITe asked and December THe bid and HHc asked BAItLEY Held Stun at yesterdays ad vance Receipts were 43 cars On the call No S barley wee 4 o bid and No 2 Clo bid On the open market malting ranged from J3c to tic and Boreoiingi from ISo to UUc IboIE00SFirm Fresh eggs at mark new cases Included 12H0ICC per dozen prim firsts UKc extras UH TurI11HO Cincinnati Sept 8 CATTLE Extra 5 75 t C 00 CALVESExtra 0 7 CO HOGS Choice G 40 0 C 45 SHEEP Exlra 4 C5 4 75 LAMBSExtras 8 25 PLOim Spring pat 4 35 O 4 CO WHKAT No 2 red 73 CORN NO 2 mixed a GO OATSNo 2 mixed 0 83 RYENo 2 cholco CO CD 02- IIAY Ch timothy 016 00 BUTTKR Dairy 1GVS APPLES Now bbl 2 00 CD 2 CO POTATOES Now 1 85 CD 2 00 TOBACCO New 7 85 10 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 rod C9 70 CORN No 2 mixed 0 48e OATSNo 2 mixed O SOy PORK Prlmo mess 01C 75 LARD Stoam O 8 62ya HEW TORt FLOUR Win pat 3 75 O 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red O 7CK CORNNo 2 mixed C7V4 OATSNo 2 mixed 0PORK Prlmo mcss18 75 010 35ILARDSteam 8 80 8 PALT1MOJUIWHEAT No CORNNo2 OATSNo 2 mixed J 31 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 0 73 ICORN No 2 mixed 0 C24 OATSNo 2 PORK Prlmo mlxed32ILARD Stoam INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime C 15 C 6 WOOS Cholco G 25 0 0 35I BHJUEP Extra 4 CO 0 4 s J Conilcnuoil News Pope Plus appointed J McQrnln of New York tbo conductor of the latest American pilgrimage to Homo a Knight of St arogofY Stato Senator Edgar E Drackctt of Saratoga announced that ho Is a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for governor of New York henry Potts killed his wife at Eu faula I T by cutting her throat and 1I0sI ware Unger a wealthy business man to commit suicide In his home at St Louts Dr F B Clnult of Tacoma Wash has boon appointed president of tho South Dakota university at Aberdeen poliliesThe formal organization of the Michigan Sugar company which will toko over six sugar beet factories has boon completed Tho capitalization Is 112600000 Abel Anderson president of tho Northwestern National bank died at his homo at Sioux City Ia of D rights disease aged Cl years Ho came from Sweden in 1871 The annual meeting of tho National Stoglo Makers league closed at Wheel lug with tbo election of officers Pitts burg gets tho noxt convention win nlng out In a pretty contest with Atlantic City Vlco President Fairbanks returned to Indianapolis front his western trip and will leave Tuesday for Concord N IL Tho vice president Is to do liver an address at tho Now Hampshire state fair Wednesday Rock Address r Louisville Tobacco Loulsvlllo JyTho tobacco market opened strong and active prices rang lug from JCC5 to 1275 on tho burloy Tho following Is the report of tho offerings Including nil tho warehouses Burley 08 dark 11 WlaconalnlMadison Jennings Bryan and Joseph W stump Wisconsin In tho tall In the inr7terost John Aylward Democratic candidate for govornur HARD TO FIND would bo him to findn moro perfect curative iiiodiciuo for disor gmltloregulator known an Dr CaldwoHn laxative Syrup Tepsiii No othor mediciuo has its specific power over these delicate nud important organs of your body upon which you have yourtinilyulates nud cures Sold by S H W12LCII JH nt 50o anti Money back if it fails WANTBD by Chicago wholesale nnd mall house assistant manager inuu or woman for this county and adjoining Salary 10 an oxpunstw paid weekly expense money Work position permanent No Investment or oxixirl eneifr required Spare tlmo ulalllbletWrite at once for JJ KiLikerrrrKprrprvrrrrrtrrrrrrrrrA rrrrrrK i rwHO SAID GROCERIES Ic I 33At II J W D LOGSDON o I RAK 20 pounds Granulated Sugarzog R iii Tr a Sack of Hurckn Flour Bust on llarth JjJiBet Hubbars for Fruit Jars per Don 05 o- j Best Fruit Jnr Caps per Dozen 15 r All kinds of Fruitjnrs nnd everything right J Logs ons Up toDate Grocery Store kRRARaliliAAAitiIRAiIAAAlieelitilAOlt rororerneororororororororovorosourorotoKororaroroteoleo tt 0- o Bargains in Tickets 0 5 o t via 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