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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lB o osososasoiosoeososososososOtd e BEREA totmrtattU E AlERT rtaM JZIiE CITIZEN aseoeosoSososososoeosososotlt oee o o great next weeks speech CitizenQ by J J Hill in If i 0 j 1 ooooooooooooo o 00000008000000 VOL VIII Fivo Cents a Copy BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 20 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 14 ft WEATHER REPORT Weather HH olworved nt Huron from Wednesday Suptoiulxjr 12 to Tues day September 18- Tentpernlure Ibtlnful Iuwet In bnrh- rtvrlueaby 1111 lift uOII Tliiirliir II 4 UN 1111 Naall 01111 Hjtlimliiy NI an OOO HuniUy lilT II 000 Mmulnjr NIl AH 000 Tliffulnjr 4 O3 000 HI mil HO BO Tulnl 060 Unusually high barometric press urn linnailed reaching 2073 indie lJIO proMHuro la falling but thu hi niidity IH ntiiiHiially low Lllllo rail full In probable hi tilt courwo of tlw coming week C F HUJIOLD Vol Observer IDEAS liTho blowing winds Aro but our BorvanU whou wo hoist u Mill You must coma to know that each admirable gouhiH la but n Biicccssfi pearlsiNMany woe owo tho grandeur or their liven to their tremendous dir ultieLIkechur Ho who Pillows two ImroB In surd to catch neither nIIIIIIIrmllknUll Star want t tuIIIIorlCl Senator Sorghum II At tho BJimo ttmo most of them I have no objections to my workin through river and Jmrlwr npproprir elionsfor placet that never two two i root of water except when It rainn I FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tee lattwt Hiiiwlnn news In that tho government lilts planned wholi Kilu slaughter of Jews In Warsaw That report wan dated Sept IDtl It in quite unlikely that the report wiw true Thoi troops may have hewn winning n chancre for such n slaughter or the terrorists may Into wanted to circulate such a story to immso more hatred of and opjxwitlo to tho government but thu govern iiiout llwilf would have nothing to greatdentTho which have been taken by lreidant Koowvolt looking to thoinforforontt oftho United Staten In Cuban affairs if necessary to bring about jwnco tlioro nro reporlu on the fourth page The effect of this action which horns to Iw a very wise ono tins been to make Prtmdou Patina of Cuba much moro anxiou for peace Secretary of War Taft and Acting Secretary of State Dawn have arrived at Havana IN OUR OWN COUNTRY fAlIrortn of things wiso and fool lull arc being anti about Bryan A week agoSept 12th he hail n great itHWption in Louisville at which Henry Wnlornou was ono of the 8pllChUlOftgovernment ownership of railroads jtiBt an strongly on when ho landed in New York but that whether that uhould Ira n plank in the nod nation al Dtunocrntio platform won to he dolormituHl only by tho democrats or tho country Ant In saying thus Bryan wan Bcnsihlo Ho did not roo treat an inch nor did ho promise ti platformand wo do not believe ho wilL11 the time the platform In to bo made the DeipocralH will know pretty well what Bryan believes aud will either agree with him for tho most part and nomlnato him almost with ono voice or disagree with him aud try to find BOHIO Otto olio for their candidate Tho anto told of on pago four n which occurred at tho unveiling o f tho McKInloy monument In Comm bus 0 September lwas a sad dixgraco for that city but tho same thong would have Impjxnied unite- similar circuniBlaucoH In anycity In our country Our big crowds an niolin tied need to bo taught to lJo geutlemeu anti ladies And our lictinen have no idea of tho hnndlin of crowd compared with whnt they need to havo In London whonovoi there In reason to expect a large crowd the most careful precaution aro taken to prevent panics and acci I dents situ to keep any part of the crowd from getting beyond control f of thin police The crowds are taken j care of and they have learned to ho l good iialured land orderly- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Word comes from Mt Sterling or a hitter contest being fought to drive the Niloono out of tho city Jessie P NelHou a mat of thirty live died auddunly Monday morning Sept 17th with a whiskey bottle In hit pockot His mother has sent out u pathetic and Btirring appeal signet also by tho father nUll sister asking the voters to wipe out the saloon o GOOD ROADS- I may raise the best crops in the world and make a failure as a farmer if I cannot market them at a fair price If it costs ten cents n bushel to get my corn to a market where I can sell it for fifty cents I am getting only fortycents a bushel for my corn Good roads make the farmers profits go up ahd his expenses go down They make the price of his land go up and the size of his mortgages go down Theymake the school better and preaching in the church house more regular and helpful They make it easier for friends and neighbors to visit and so make life happier They make it easier to get the doctor and so make life safer It may be just as important for you to have the road ten miles away good as to have the road past your farm good The man who will not give time or money to improve the road where it does nor pass his place is biting Off his nose to spite his face My neighbors pros perity is important to my own Bad roads cost much more than good ones The best pikes arc none too good for Kentucky Let us get them everywhere as fast as possible Mt Sterling which unto brought ruin and death to thorn and BO many others It in paid that the wdoon men aro panic stricken and that they may lie voted out in tho election of Sept 10th An attendance of twenty thousand is retried at tho State Fair at Lou isville last Monday Kentuckys showing of One horses in wild to have Icon cpiito beyond expectations A statement dated Sept 13th was issued by Senator McCreary and Governor Beckham both candidates for United Status seuatorshlp saying that allho they would both like to del nto they have yielded to their do siro for Democratic harmony and the advice of their friends and abandon ed their plans for holding such do hatCH Doubtless this plan will lx helpful to Democratic harmony but wo think the debales might have Iron much more helpful to tho peo pIe Inflili tit C i iiliitlun- M I Knlfit l jrutn photomicrograph from SternS brrgi lUcltrlology Ste article on Ire vtnllon of Conturuption conclu dud on page three FALL TERM OPENS MORE STUDENTS THAN EVER BEFORE Great Advance In College and Nor mal Departments Boarding Hall FullNew Instruc- torsEverybody Wears a Smile It It Is n sightwhen tho term begins Here come the old students refreshed and full of satlnfactlon at thulr return And hero are tint new students finding their way nnd get ling settled with now and then n In tho pro father or mother helping cess and having a good lilac coming to Bcrca themselves We miss the graduates of last year and BOIUO who without graduating have become teachers In other in stitutions Bit our Collegiate classes and tho Normal do stdrspirit which promise nn advance yond nil our expectations Not a single department has failed to shown gainAbove nil tlioro is a general glow goodgEach day now students aro arriv ing Tho new buildings appear to great advantage and new books In the lib rary now apparatus now equipments show how much pains has been taken to give Bcrca students tho very best of everything Wo think wo oven see moro earnest ness than usual In the faces of tho young people All seem determined to make this In every way the best term yetI- VANT1 D by Chicago wholesale and stall order house assistant manager man or woman for this county nnd adjoining territory Salary e0 an expenses paid weeklyjexpenso mono + advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or expert enco required Sparo tlmo valuable Write at once for particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope Ad Kfa HONGKONG HARBORS EPT BY TYPHOON THOUSAND LIVES REPORTeD LOST IN GREAT STORM IN CHINESE PORT MANY VESSELS SUNK OR DRIVEN ASHORE Property Lou Estimated at Million Dollars American Ship Among Those WreckedWork of Aiding Victims Begun- IEongkong BopL 19A severe typhoon occurred hero Tuesday morn Ing The steamship Monteaglo and other vessels are ashore It Is cstl mated that 1000 persona have been llroportlwasHundreds of Junks and launches wore wrecked and a largo number ot steamers went ashore whoro they BUI Pored much damage Among these was- tbe 8 P Hitchcock of Now York which was badly shattered The French torpedoboat destroyer Frondo was sunk and many of Its men aro missing Loss through Injury to prop erty will roach millions of dollars although tho storm lasted only two hours A number of Europeans wore drowned All business In tho city la at a standstill Other Vessels Go Down Two other British steamers tho San Cheung and tho Wing Choi havo sunk The Fatnhaa Is ashore Tho German Etoamcr Johanno Is being beached to prevent her sinking Tho German steamer Apponrudo Is In a sinking condition and tho German steamers Signal Petrarch and Kmmaluykcn Bro ashore Tho German steamer Prln Ilaldenar was damaged The Mont eagle had her stern post broken At tempts are being made to float her The only American ship reported lost so tar Is tho S P Hitchcock Copt York which had Just arrived at Hong kong from Manila and was preparing to sail for Daltlmoro and New York Tho Hitchcock Is owned by 1 F Chap man d Co of Now York and carried a crow of 24 men She was built at Until Mo lu 1883 and Is of 2086 tons net register 247 feet long 20 feet deep and 44 feet beam Hongkong is an Island situated in tho China sea off tho coast of Chinn from which it is separated by a nnr row strait It was yielded to Great IJrltaln by tho treaty of 1842 Tho roadstead has a wellprotected anchor age Victoria the capital itself com monly called Hongkong la situated on a magnificent bay of tho same name getting up into tho north sldo of the Island Hongkong Is A great center of tho foreign trade of China Total ox ports are roughly estimated at U25 000000 and imports at 100000000 As a British colony on Chinese soil It Is tho most Important In its political and defensive problem and la the headquarters of iho military naval and mercantile establishments Tho population of Hongkong tho city IE about 275000 Hundred Reported Killed Manila Sept 19Lator advlcot from Hongkong stato that 100 lives were lost and millions of dollars worth of damage was dono during tho typhoon A lato official estimate places tho damage In tho harbor ol lion kong at more than 1000000 Urea test Loss Among Natives Tho greatest loss of life was among the natives Pearl river was crowd ed with boats and the storm sent hundrods to tho bottom It is Impoa ilblo now to estimate the number wb wrlshed fA Chief Contents of This Number IAOi ONE Wintlirr Report Idea pane the tIde Wurlil In Our Own Cuiinlrjr r IMIInrlulOwxI ItmU C MiiiiioiiHi nllli uf teem I lick HiTrn CliilnliiK Citizen Ireudunu1nm TWO 1cMim Yr Im llnpiijr ScrimThe Ornllein IAOU TIIItKI Hurra nod Vlclnlljr CullIC t11II rrevcnlliin of Cuiiniiinpllon Concluilnl The Flrnt 1 iiitiTlnliiini 6 Lcilnt JInrkrt UcjiorlKVAOK Coinnifiitii Tuft In Cuba Mew tram Kvnrywlmrfl1AUi 1urn ntiil Onnlrn Snnilny HrliiHil InTriii ernnce Nutcn rAoi six The Hume Keeping FIHM 1 Glenn TIll Hrlimil Lnwln 1rnrllrnl ArUlnnellr The rlllOHHI Nerd Corn Cnncluilril KlRhth Kentucky Illntorr fituilentn Journal 1AOK SEVEN Alilllty nnil Inhilry Win I Am My Ilrotlier peeper 1ullllrnl Talk Recent Slate New IAOK KIOIIT ln tern Kentucky Correiponilrnre Tim Ijlltorn Column Tho way ptoplo feel about ou several premiums shown by a cart received this week from one of Out subscribers which said Tho Good News in Story and SOUR reached me last night In line condition I am greatly pleased with it Many thanksHero wo publish a partial list o our premiums for prompt renewals and will continue it next week Anyone can receive tho entire lie free by writing to tho Editor For every dollar paid for tho re newal of n subscription to The Izon within one month of the date which the subscription has been paid any ono of the following premium will be given at tho Citizen office 01 sent by mall postpaid to tho addresi of tho subscriber or any other ad dress he may give noOKS Tlio Omul Newh In Song and Story This Is a pretty well bound book o 400 pages containing the New Testament authorized version 125 of th best known and finest gospel hymns MnIfnnnett Iloblnioii Murphy Who Give Concert October 6Sce Anuoujcc- raeiit on rage Three and fifteen secular for home andlOlra very Popular book and it would b well If all our mountain churches nnd Sunday schools could be supplied with copies of It 2 Any ono of these Standard Class ics about four by six Inches In size printed In good type bound in cloth with neat stamped designs on back and sides Black Beauty by Anna Sewall This is a famous story of a fine horse and what became of him Black Rock by Ralph Connor Many of our readers know of Ralph Connor and his thrilling tales bt rough life 1 mining and lumber camps This is story of western mining life Cricket on tho Hearth by Charles Dickens One of the best known stories by this great author Addresses by lien ry Drummond Any thinkingman will enjoy reading times nsplrlng talks of the famous Scotchman who was a helper and friend or our evangelist- D L Moody Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe Dont fall to get this book It your family have not all road it I Is ono of the old stories that Is always read and always Interesting Ton Nights Inn liar Room by thur This story of tho exciting nn shocking events width took place i- an English saloon has long read with groat Interest and been useful as a warning against the dan gets of drink To be continued FOR SALE Ono hundred good Feeding Hogs Call on or address J W Horudon Beroa Ky A Dead Dollar Is the Dollar you hide away which earns you nothingwhich is very likely toICturn up missing lI some day without a moments warning N V The Live Dollar c Is the Dollar which is deposited in our Savings d Department where it is always Sale and always Earning Interest and where you can get it when you want it 1 We pay you 4 percent to save One Dollar will open your accountt Come in and talk it over t fBerea Banking Co I Assets over 14000000 Capital 2500000 I t toJJ MOORE Pres WH PORTER Cashier + y + l t kollostokokoslofokokokokoroKoKoKoltokostostostotKOteortoKo taKo- x 0- f II SILK AND WOOLEN I 0- o II f i DRESS GOODSio X CloaksYlie t 0- i My stock is double the larg xt0 est and by far the nicest I have ever had aS t o A Prices on are redhot otiIt j c 0- o I 0 0 C 0tI Iojtfjpk 0 0 11 I oPhone40 0 0 0 oMoYoYOleolsaMoltoMcllaaloMolsoleoYOteolsoYoleolsaYObo11o1 tsosoli OtJlt JittIt +rrKKROkp Kkrt l tK kkkkkrtRklttl I liREADERS PRIZE COUPON No 2 I The member of our family taking The Citizen Is y t J t In this issue of The Citizen I found j i J becausenI iS I should like to have The Citizen publish R 1 Name Address itSla Si71kS1kSlkk1t7s5tlltlt3tk1111aStk n 1k11r1717t11S1I 11StSliNtil4tililitio s117s1y HornenLaxative Bromo Cures aCold in One Day GripinTwo L ioa 354 13Ir i- fz 4 J YES IM HAPPY Happy Yu Im 1wppj All the world Ioote good to ma Tnerei the far oK e tUo lowing There the fauraiac at the bee There the perfume of bright blossom There the sUmma or the dew HappyT Yes rm happy You love me and t tare you I- IfcppyT l YC8 rm happy Most an glad as I can be i Set the gladdest thing In nature Aint onehalf sa glad aa met Del my soul plows Hko a crystal With the moon aehtctn through Happy Bet Via happy J You love mo and I love you happy Yes Tro hAppy And Ill always be aa glad 11 tho glory of your loving ant no thing go to tho bad bough the moon path on the water Silver rippled to the view Comer not quite to where wore standing You love me and I love you I Happy Yes Tm happy For were marching soul to soul And though ago on ago retard ua We shalt make too oplcnJId goal I Q lory pallia shall ripple to us Gates shall opo to let ua through Holding hands just all the way dear You love me and I love you J St tiowta In Houston Po- stTHE GRAFTERS be air- FRANCIS IYNDE CopjrtsM nf4ayTftbetudlcreU Cal CHAPTER X CONTINUED ID the mean limo to go back a little during this day of hurrying to and fro Blashflcld Hunntcott had been haYing the exciting experiences of a decado crowded Into a corresponding num iberof hours Early In the morning had begun besieging the headquar ters wire office for news and instructions and owing to Kents good Ins tentions to bo on the ground in per Son had got little enough of either At length to his unspeakable rel- Ief ho had news of the comlrfg spe cial and with tho conviction that help was at hand he waited at the station I YOUR TOO LATE HE BLURTED OUT WERE DONE UP with what coolneea there was In him to meet bra chief Dot as the Ume for the hearing drew near he grew nervous again and all the keen pains of utter helplessness returned with re operaS4specialwas hung up at the former eta 0 my good Lord he groaned Im In for It with empty hands None the lees bo ran to the baggage room end ot tie building and capturing an express wagon had himself trundled out to the feurlbouse t The Judge was at his desk when Hunnlcott entered and Hawk was on hand calmly reading the morning pa per Tho hands of the clock on the wall opposite the Judges desk pointed to five minutes ot the hour and for live minutes HunUlcott sat listening hoping against hftno that he should IncomIInPrompUy on the stroke of three the Judge tapped upon bis desk with his pencilNow gcntlcmecv proceed vlth your case and I must oak you to be as- a brief as possible I have an appoint ment at four wrjliu cannot be post poned be said quietly and Hawk threw down his paper and began at once Hunnlcott heard his opponents ar gument mechanically having his car tt Attuned for whistln signals and wheel Iniminliiga Hawk spoke rapidly and straight to his polrt as befitted a man speaking to the feces and with no jury present to be swayed by oratorical effort t When he cargo to the summariz ing of the allegftltofls in tho amended petition he did It wholly without heat piling up tko accusations one upon another wlll the careful method of a bricklayer biUding a wall Tho wallbulldlug tmU9 thrust Itself upon Hunnlcott with Irresistible force as he listened If the peelal engine should not dash up la limo to batter down I the wall Hawk closet su dispassionately as he had begun qua tho judge bowed gravely In lluaalcotts direction Thet local attorney got upon his fee and M ha beads kIa telegram wu 4 handed ta A was Rents wire from Junlbcrg beseeching him to gain Um at all hazards and he settled himself to the task For SO dragging minutes he rang the changes on the various steps In the suits knowing well that tho fatal moment was approaching when Kent still falling him ho would fie compelled to submit his case with lout a scrap of an affidavit to support It moment came and still there was no encouraging whistle shriek from the dun plain beyond the open windows Hawk was visibly disgust ed and Judgo MacFarlane was growing justly impatient Hunnlcott begs again and the judge reproved him mildlyMuch of what you are saying U entirely Irrelevant Mr Hunnlcott This hearing is on the plaintiffs amend petitionNo knew better than the local attorney that he won wholly nt the courts mercy that he had been 80 from the moment tho judge began to consider his purely formal defense entirely unsupported by affidavits or ev dance of any kind None the less ht strung his denials out by every amplification ho could devise and having fired his last shot sat down in despair Ing breathlessness to lear tho judges summingup and decision Judgo MacFarlane was mercifully brief On the part of the plaintiff there was an amended petition fully fortified by uncontroverted affidavit On the part of the defendant com pany there was nothing but a formal denial of tho allegations The duty of the court In the premises was clear The prayer of the plaintiff was grant ed the temporary relief asked for was given and the order of the court would Issue accordingly The judge was rising when the still hot air of the room began to vibrate with the tremulous thunder of the sound for which Hunnlcott had been so long straining his ears He was the first of the three to hear It and ho hurried out ahead of the others At the foot of the stair he ran blindly against Kent travelworn and hag gardYoure too late he blurted out Were done up Hawks petition has been granted and the road is in the hands of a receiver Kent dashed his fist upon the stair rail Who is the man he demanded Major Jim Guilford said Hunni ott Then as footfalls coming stair ward were heard In the upper corridor ho locked arms with Kent faced him about and thrust him out over the oorstone Lets get out of this You look as if you might kill somebody CHAPTER XI THE LAST DITCH It was a mark of the later and larg cr development of David Kent that be- was able to keep his head In the moment of catastrophles In boyhood his hair had been a brickdust red and having the temperament which be longs of right to the auburnhued hla- first Impulse was to face about and nake a personal matter of the legal robbery with Judge MatFarlane Happily for all concerned llunnl tils better counsels prevailed and when the anger fit passed Kent found imself growing cool and determined Once free of the courthouse Kent besan a rapidfire of questions Where Is Judge MacFarlane stop pingAt the Mid ConUnent Have you any Idea when he Intends leaving town No but he will probably take the first train He never stays here an hour longer than he has to after adjournment That would be the Flyer east at six oclock Is he going east Como to think of it I believe he U Somebody said he was going to Hot Springs Hes In miserable health Kent saw more possibilities and and quickened his pace a little iorse do we dot asked Hunnlcott to take a little lesson la prac tlco as he ran The affidavits have brought with mo and the telegrams which are wait Log at tho station must convince Mae arlnno that he has made a mistake We shall prepare a motion for the discharge of the receiver and for the vacation of the order appointing him and ask the judge to set an early day jr the hearing on the merits of the case Ho cant refuse Hunnicott shook his head It has been all cut and dried from way bock ho objected They wont let you upset It at the last moment Well give them a run for their money said Kent By five oclock Kent was In thelobby of the MidContinent sending his card up to the Judges room Word came back that the judge was in tho cafe fortifying the Inner man in preparation for his journey and Kent did not stand upon ceremony From the archway of the diningroom he marled down his man at a small table In the corner and went to him at once plunging promptly Into the matter in hand The exigencies of the case must plead my excuse for Intruding upon you here Judge MacFarlane he began courteously But I have been told that you were leaving town The judge waved him down with a deprecatory fork Court Is adjourned Mr Kent said I must decline to dftcusa the case ex purte Why did you allow It to go by default t That Is precisely what I alp hero to explain said Kent suavely The time allowed us was very snort and n series of accidents Again the Judge Interrupted A court can hardly take cognizance of accidents Mr Kent Your local attorney was on the ground and he had the full benefit of the delay MJ know was the catleat re1otarlV Technically your order Is unassail able None the less a great Injustice has been done as we are prepared to prove I am not hero to ask you to reopen the caso at your dinnertable but if you will glance over theso pa4 pers I am euro you will set an early day for the hearing upon tho merits Judge MacFarlane forced a gray smile You vote yea and nay In the same breath Mr Kent If I should examine your papers I should bo reopening tho case at my dinnertable You shall have your hearing In due course At chambers said Kent Wo shall bo ready at any moment wo are ready now In point of fact- I cannot say as to that My health Is very precarious and I am under a physicians orders to take a complete rest for a time I am sorry if tho de lay shall work a hardship to tho rom paKy you represent but under tho clrcumstances with not oven an affida a It offered by your side It Is your misfortune And now I shall ask you to excuse me It tacks but a few minute of my train time Tho hotel porter was droning out tho call for tho eastbound Flyer and Kent effaced blmself while Judgo Mac Farlane was paying his bill and mak JUDGE MACFARLANE IT IS MT OPINION SPEAIUNO AS MAN TO MAN THAT YOU ARE A SCOUNDREL Ing ready for his departure But when the Judge sot out to walk to the sta Uon Kent walked with him There were five squares to bo measured and for five squares ho hung at MacFar lanes elbow and the plea be made should hay won blm a hearing Yet tho judge remained Impassible and at the end of the argument turned back In a word to his starting point- I cannot recall tho order at this time If I would Mr Kent neither can I set a day for the hearing on the merits What has been done was doneI In open court and In the your attorney who offered no cvldencoI In contradiction of the allegations set forth In the plaintiffs amended petltUon although they were more than a dozen affidavits and it cannot be undone in the streets Since you have not Improved your opportu nities you must abide the consequences The law cannot be hurried They had reached the station and theI eastbound train was whistling for Gas ton Kents patience was nearly gone and the auburnhucd temperament was clamoring hotly for Its Innings This vacation of yours Judge MaeI Farlane how long Is It likely to lasUI he Inquired muzzling his wrath yet another moment I cannot say If I could I might be able to give you a more definite answer xa to the hearing on the merits But my health is very miserable as I have said If I am able to return shortly I shall give you tho bearing at cham bers at an carll date And if notr If not I am afraid It will have to go over to the next term of court Elx months said Kent and then his temper broke loose Judge Mac Farlane It k my opinion speaking as man to man that you are a ccoun SreL I know what you have done and why you have dono It Also I know why you are running away now that It Is done So help me God Ill bring makeiyour political backers they are thieves and bushwhackers and they make no secret of it But there Is one thing worse than a trickster and that Is a tricksters tool For the moment while the train was hammering In over tho switches they stood facing each other fiercely all masks flung aside each after his Wad the younger man flushed sad battte iliad tho elder white haggard tremulous Kent did not guess then or ever how near he cam to death Two years earlier a judge had been shot and maimed on a western circuit and since then MacFarlane had taken a cowards precaution Here was a man that knew and while he lived the cup of trembling might never be put aside It was the cpnductors cry of All aboard that broke tho homicidal spell Judge MacFarlane started guiltily shook off tho angry eyegrip of his accuser and went to take his place In the Pullman One minute later the eastbound train was thread ing its way out among the switches of the lower yard and Kent had burst Into the telegraph office to wire the volcanic news to his chief- CI1AITER XII TIlE MAN IN POSSESSION Appraised at Its value fn tho current coin of street gossip the legal solz ure of tho TransWestern figured mainly as an example of the failure at modern business methods wh Hp plIed to the concealment of a working corporation ttlte financial wmdl Uo- sft r But la thestata at large the prove Has discussing the event from a political point of view one stolen small but vehement raising the U7 of trickery and Judicial corruption and prophesying the withdrawal of at foreign capital from the state while the other largo nil complacent pointed eloquently to tho beneficent working of the law under which the cause of the poor woman suing father undoubtel right might be made the whip to flog corporate tyranny la to Instant subjection- As for the dispossessed stock hoid ers In the faraway east they were slow to take tho alarm and still slower to get concerted action Like many of the western roads the Western Pacific had been capitalized largely by popular subscription hence there was no single holder or group of holders of sufficient financial weight to enter tho field against the spoilers But when Lorlng and his associate had fairly got the wires hot with the tale of what had been done and the much more alarming tale of what was likely to be done the Boston Inertness vanished A pool of the stock was formed with the members of tho advisory board as a nucleus money was subscribed and no less a legal light than an cxattomeygcoeral of tile state of Massachusetts was dl spatched to tho seat of war to ad vise with tho men on the ground None the less disaster outtravels the swiftest of limited trains Before the heavilyfeed consulting attorney had crossed the Hudson in his western Journey Wall Street bad taken notice and there was a momentary splash In ho troubled pool of stock exchange I and a vanishing circle of ripples to show where the Western Pacific has sane down In the meantime Major GuHford omewhlle president of the Apache National bank of Gaston and ante cedent to that the frowning autocrat of a 25mile logging road in the North Carolina mountains had given bond In some sort and had taken posies j Ion of the companys property and ho offices In the Qulntard building His first official act as receiver wiu to ask for the resignations of a dozea eads of departments beginning with the general manager and pausing for the moment with the supervisor of track That done he filled the vican sea with political troughsmcn an1- with these as assistant decapltaJcrt the major passed rapidly down the line trlklng off brads in dally batches until the overflow of tho Ducks political following was provided for on the railroads payrolls to the wifes cousins nephew To Be Continued SLANG OF SOUTH AFRICA laver Rxprr nlon Hears IB 015 nary IIp rch of 5ke Vbll nIaThe most curious slang In the world I said to be that of South Africa The South African loves to drawl partto arly In describing anything rays a j ondon poper Man its such a lee lIe thing he will say or Man we- went rllght over there Nothing is ever good but anything rem a concert to a pair of boots wU1- be decent or all ki V Go to the theater and at the dose of an exctt Ing scene you will bear luUfadozea tces say la unison Ma Its ecentl Should any occurrence move blm to hearty laughter our friend will scribe It as dead funny On the I other haRd If he suspects that the play at the gaff theater U poor he Is dead oil solos If anyone tries to Impose on hint or- pIal him a trick ho Is trying to come the Ua man and will bo told to Det- sac pronounced footsack a Dutch epithet applied to dogs when you want them to get out of tho way Neer hwclla and cadgers are stiffs Of lursc natives of all ages are barI- the terra coolies being applied to In- dlllDs and Asiatics generally A fe- mato coolie Is Invariably adrtrenstd 18 Mary In III Own Lin Jim Jackson was brought before I- wcstErn judge charged with chlckta stealing After tho evidence was all In tho justice with a perplexed look- aald But I do not understand JackS- OIl how It was possible for you test those chickens when they were costing right under the owners Vla- dow and there were two vicious dogs In the yard lilt wouldnt do yer a bit 9 good Jede for me to splaln how I kotcbed- im chickens fer you couldnt do hit rorself ef yer tried It fohty times and er might get yer hide full er lead Ie bee way fer you ter do Jedye s- satac buy yo chickens In de market do aud when yrr- mailsJwcommit any rascality do lilt on de k ft h whar yo la at home Ireon BAg Natural Preference Miss Violet had made a rapid tout she European continent and found 1- 1tIe to impress her either favorably ti herwlso You say you saw all you wanted to of Italy said a friend en Miss Violets return to her native heath in Kansw What did you think of the lazzaro nt t Dont talk tome about It sold dlss Violet briskly Id rather have a good dish of plain American mazy ronl baked with cheese any time Youths Companion The Sense of cnrltjr When two Now Hampshire children lye and suven years old who got lest tad spent tho night In the wood wlUb only the family cat for company were raked the next morning if they wert- not afraid the younger one replied WhY nol We had kitty with us lIaay an older person alone in the WoOd save for tbe companionship ol a dos hAS felt the samaeenes Ql iit- uftyYsuthsI CeagwlM 1 cz S =t RICHMOND GRI3E NIIOUSESs 188 Richmond Ky iPhOD a SCUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS t A +0O+OO +o+o+G +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+010 +o+o ooo+o+o+G t io THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON I Is here and every housewife wants one or more t pieoea of new FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING rake a Look Through Our Stool it will surprise you how well aad hoW reasonably we MB supply your wants IP ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewlntr Maeblan- tiS g30 and f35 worth S50 lea and JOS thr014CRUTOHER EVANS Stand Richmond Ky nay PboM Ti Nljbl dons 4741- u o o o o o o+o+o OfOo+ oo+o+o+ooo+o+o+ o+e U Carriage Satisfaction Here r Buggies Phaetons r SurriesTraps M 11 Durable tUsefulStylish bodygoish f carrmjfpa Invsilabljr give No blter place to bUT than HERD No better time to buy tNOW Trice down to Rockboltom Qualities to Top notA Wtj ropaint repair and ratlro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Rlcfcraoad Ry L OkstrssWatitsMl1LMattItPIt4YYparrrrlr KvrrrrkrrKrrK it Getting Comfortable iIsa fine art You cant do it without having just I the right sort of Furniture and just the right iamount We have all the things you wantmake Iyour house into a home iII LOUIS O LESTER F Chestnut AveiatPhone93 fltsa xew7slelsitklslhlsiilraSritlafeStlrelt i- sA- 0 tlt1t1s7eirkkAieltitlsalsStfjWtltkSsls kttlrir 1a Call at TJ Moborlejs awe me the bOlt lino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you seed for a horse Call and get price they will induce you to buy T J MOBEREEY Richmond Kintucky MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Marble I Monumentalwork of all kinds lone in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden FloraRI- CHMONDXY I Cwiwr dl Main and Cblliui Stroetd 4 4 i Runabouts r Comfortable up Kst R I Dr W G BEST jJJ W DENTIST- face j over Post Office S Re BAKER N Dentist J C- 0r JrIDtlnCOleeBEREA KYiOffice hours from 8 lu4 iCity Phone 123- Teeth eatracted without p lnSe n toma C F Hansont I LICENSED EMBALMER AND irUNDERTAKER Successor to D K Rcbineoa All calls promptly attended t night and day- Telephone No 4 Berea Ky j wdirtawittstrJRltllaNtstkatKKThe i en 1f BEREA KY Ti A weekly paper devoted to j the interests of the Mountaineers of Kentucky fiAGENTS WANTED Advertising Rates will be furnished oa application I l t lAIS111 0 RiAi1 IS111 11i1 111 1 t Vw z DOUGLASe 7THE JDEST Only Fait Color e Eyelets ustdt M r willI 39 SHOESWLDougls nrakos I and Kulla moro nuns S3Oshoos than In othermanufanturon In- IHo worlp 10000 RIHARO to in ono whucindltproirithli tUllTTUnt d j Notwlth 4fstandingly jIcnthcrafford to sell ns stood n alioc for formerlyTheness more tbnti snakes up for the Icsscnlnn of my profit If I could take you Into my factories nt Brockton Mass and show you the Infinite cnre with whichevery pair of Douglas shoes whytheyanywhere If I could show you the difference between the shoes made In my factory and hose of other makes you would understand why W L Douglas 350 shows cost more to make why It their shape fit better wear longer nod are of greater Intrinsic value than any other 350 shoe on the market today SOLD BY COYLE HAYESBEREA KENTUCKY 0000000800000000000000000000 ierea Vicinity i o 0 o 0 o SOURCESdo 0 uuuuuuuuuuuu o Mrs It It 1uarnon in on tho nick llKt Some of tho town jxoplo nro nt landing Iexiii tou Fair this week Miss Null UtmlJltt loft Tuesday to ntlund school nt HolliimliiHtilutoVnM- TH 1 J Uninnainan rutitrne Tnowlny attar n two weeks visit nt I ml- MrHMuliudn 11111 nUll two small ohlldron nro in Hamilton vimlin Mrs IHIIH slitter Tho 1nptiHt Sunday School is going to Imro n rally nnd luirl oouu lllnllur noxl Sntiirdny Mm Lucy Gonlon of Lexington Ky has IMIIII rixithiK rvlnttves hero for the pest tnonlh Miss Allio Kowlor inillliior is in Cincinnnti tints week purchasing her j htcxk of full and winter hats Tho now buildings which nro Iwing erected on Mnin street will add very much to tho looks of tho town Last Saturday the mauler or Rtudunts onrolliMl in school was fifty moro thiiii the Prot ions Fall Turin Dr and Mrs Bust Imvo moved into Mr Ulaiuirs house on Center street rwuntly occtipiwl by Mr Sam Mason MoutingH nt tho Baptist church still continue Toy nro having good ntlendimeo noel will bring good resultsAt tho Y W 0 A meeting last Sunday night Miss itobinson gnro a short history of tho lifo of Mrs Ar thur Hunt Miss IJosrt Harrison who has IHHMI sick seine six months in slowly im I proving Wo shall ho glad to sego her out again upon Mr 0 D Holliday was nt Mt Sterling last Monday court tiny and stopped nt tho ttltio Growl Fnirobn- log at Loxuigtou on his way back 1i Wo are glad to know that Will Hlunton is recovering from typhoid fever nnd will sown bo nblo to roHiiino his duties ns Principal of the Public School a The Christian Endeavor Society of I the Union Church has its prnyor j mooting Sunday night nt 030 Tho j leador next Sunday night will bo i Mr Kelly My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough I hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten It tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ayers t Hair Vigor It Is something more titan a simple hair dress- Ing It is a hair medicine a I hair tonic a hair food Tho bOat kind of o toaUmonlal Sold lor ovor sixty year- JIa4lf a coLnwo3la soeuuaoteearsff PILLSferd y PECTORAL FORMEN ALL LEATHERSALL STYLESALL PRICE S3BO and wwwwwwwwwwwwww Ulysses Burgess has begun clerk ing for W D Logsdon Marshal Tatum anti fatally went to Cincinnati Thursday morning for a couple of days nt tho Fall Festival Dr Thomson returned Friday from his homo in Medina 0 whore tho remains of his father woro laid to ru i on Wednesday- A Sunday Rchool picnlo is on hand for a week from Saturday Sopt 2flth at Slate Lick Springs Everybody is invited to come and bring his lu nab basket well filled Dr and Mrs Cornelius returned Monday night from an oxtondod trip through oho old world Doubtless they will have n grunt many inter sting things to toll Heron citizens Prof Dodge who has boon con ducting tho lyceum courst s for tho lust sixtoon yours Imtight adult sea son tickets nuuiDorcd 1 and 2 and childrens season ticket numbered 1 for this years fall course which corn mence October 0 Mrs Arthur Hunt after n lingering illness passed away last Friday night after giving birth to a little Iwby who followed her to thu world beyond on Monday Mrs Hunt lived n sweet puro lifo anti was a devoted Christian Mrs Sallio Baker left last Thurs day for an oxtondod visit with her children in Illinois Missouri quo Texas Sho will lo accompanied as far as Tuscoln Illsby her daughter I Mrs Watts who goes to visit her old homo anti her son who is in school thereJ II Ilughofl of Greonough Ky 0 A Casteol and J A Heard of Weaver Ky and Andrew Isaacs of Isaacs Ky have purchased lots on Depot street Mr Isaacs has pur chased D B Chandlers lot Mr Isaacs has also purchased two lots near tho railroad from Mr Welsh Ho expects to build n flour mill of DObarrol capacity and to begin op orating its soon as it is erected Ou tho grounds that they claim toe clean and high class animal shows wo have sold advertising space to tho John IL Sparks Railroad Shows this week Most such shows Imo disgraceful anti disgusting ole ments to them Sotno evidence Iran been presontud that this is an excep tion Wo hopo it is correct but do not guarantee it Thoso who go must tako their own risk of gutting something really clean and good Boron real estate is changing hands After 2 oclock last Saturday evening tho following transfers were made Miss Kate COllttillCLoll1I corner prop erty on Center street back of Mrs Fishs ntorowas bought by tho Berca Ilonl Estato Co Miss Coddington bought tho Orchard block on Owsloy nvoutio of tho Boron Heal Estate Co Miss Laura Jones bought n lot known ns tho Fee property of tho B R E Co G D Hollidny bought tho Sowdor houso nnd lot on Owsloy avenueTO CUIIK oLUIN ONRHAY Take LAXATIVlt IIKOMO Quinine Tablets DniRRUti refund money It It Kill to cure n W O RO VHB lf nituie li on each box abc Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for n month or moro can got Bomo at R H Chrismaua Fur uituro store l c noooooooooeooo 0oI College Items i0- o HERE AND THERE o e00oeo080008008000 Tho football boys nro getting busy Doan Rumold is sick and in tho hospitalMrs Dinsmoro inns boon sick tho last few days Tho Monday lecture was given this week by Prof Mason Ico cream is now on salo at tho College cooporativo store Prof Raino arrived yesterday to take iris place in tho Faculty Divided chapel was hold Wodnes tiny morning for tho first timo this fallMiss Jennotto Swing arrived on Monday t6 resume her work in tho Presidents office SpringfieldOhioweek to bo in school Prof and Mrs Dinsmoro who have been out in tho mountains during tho summer have returned Luther Spence ono of last years students writes that ho will bo with us for the Winter term Win E Rix ono of tho students of our Printing Deportment is now preaching iu Anawa Wisconsin Tho now boys of Boron College woro ontortnined Saturday afternoon at tho homo of President Frost Tho girls of tho Y W C A report n very pleasant afternoon nt tho corn roast given on lust Saturday Goorgo Cusirmnu a former student is this year attending school nt Whit WORhlngtonTho Monday Lecture will bo giv en noxt Monday in tho Chapolat 02Gu m by Prof Dinsmoro on The Glory of Young Mon vorylnrgobeing added dally Tho prospect for good musio for tho year is fine Tom Lmhy a Huron graduate with tho football conch of tho West Virginia University linon narrow ThursdayTheyswimming began to drown sinking twice before being resound Tho college tell became cracked early last weak so that it gave only a nolso Instead of ringing Tho mak ers will replace it triihn now ono within a few days In tho moon wlrile tho power house whistle gives tho signals for monls periods otc IllllVKNTION Ol JONSUMITION A Mp mRfi from llmStntn llnnnl of llrnllli iif Koutiirky- Cettdoded from Uu Week 0 Hospitals for tho humane care of consumptives who cannot bo prop erly and safely treated nt homo exist iu several States and are greatly to ho desired Contrary to tho popular belief a largo per cent of those attack ed by tho disease can and do recover under favorable circumstances Until tho diROAHo can be eradicated tho menus of proper treatment should bo placed within tho roach bf all afflict cd for their own benefit as woll ns for tint snfotyof tho public 7 No person should take a room previously occupied by n consump thoroughlydisinfected burning sulphur three pounds moms tenjiHl with alcohol for each 1000 cubic foot of space with all tho flues and other apertures closed After wards tho room should ho repapered nnd nil tho woodwork repainted or washed iu strong soap or rinsed in n disinfecting solution No amount of disinfection of rooms can lesson tho importance of cleanliness fresh air and sunlight at nil times 8 Milk anti meat from animals nfllictod with tuberculosis should not bo used or at least tho former should bo boiled old tho latter troll cooked This is especially important us to milk for children 0 With proper precaution con sumptives may safely iniuglo with thoir families and tho public hurt for purposes of information and educa tion in those matters physicians and lends of families should report all oases suspected to have tho disease to tho local health authorities anti ob lain instructions and assistance in preventing its spread Copies of this circular and of simi lar onion in regard to tho prevention of typhoid foyer diphtheria and scarlet fever may bo had for free distribution by any one upon appli DowlingGrcenBy Bonr5IJD 1rcs J M McCoKMACK MD Secy The line Kntrrtnliiinriit It will certainly bo an auspicious opening of our Lyceum Course this full to have Mrs Jeannotte Robinson veryinterestingall over tho world and especially tho native songs of our negroes ns they themselves sing thrum Wo want to print a little verso she Iran written about tho famous singer Mme Lilli Lohmanu who inns tried to stop tho wholesale killing of birds for tho sake of their feathers which they wanted to decorate their hats Tim IltMirrrrll of rho Illnli IIV JKANNKTTK H MMM It MPKrilV- Tb Mme Ultl LrhnMNn Uw Unlr fairy Owl rtMthrr ughlalbmawayloutlYior wronged wtnied creature iedl No fawner Ile you deed We liMrti M you emit sThroagb her sweet voce dMne To spate your feiuheted hrotben We worship at your hritte Sing on Irom betgktahore tu Vour oopel rDlJtlWnor IJ W Stephens now coal bin is and filled with all grades of coal Prices reasonable A good square plane for sale or rent at Chrismnns tho furniture man THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc- Chicago Sept It- FIXJUn Stauly Spring when special brands 170 Minnesota hard patent Jute IIC01II10 straight export hogs J1160 400 elenr export togs M009CS- BWIIRATBtmnKor December T2H5J 73ec May 77UB77H- OCOrtNWcok September 47C4Tt4c Mty 42 44tilo- OATSStronger September EtttfQHc MAY lIVMWc- 1IYH VM In active demand and prices showed some betterment on tho early call SoptMither Will Mt4c bid and December Mkl at 00- UAnIRWn firmer September food was sin bid Oetot er JSe bit and 3S Ho nikttl and December JSc bkl September No 3 4He bid and 4 Ho naked October 40 bid nUTTRnStOOI Croamory per lb DflMHc dairies ITflaatip- KO08 Firm Fresh eggs nt mark new Mlle Ineluileil IHFHHe per dozen prime firsts ICHc oxttoa 1640- Cincinnati Sept 18 CATTLE Rxtrn f5 25 6 CO CALVES Extra Q 7 75 HOGS Choice C Gf G 70 SHEEP Extra 4 GO tD 4 75 LAMBS Extra tj 7 50 FLOtm Spring pot 4 85 4 GO WHEAT No 2 rod 71 72 CORNNo 2 mixed 49 OATSNo 2 mixed ft U RYENo 2 choice Gltt i 6- 3HAYCh timothy CJ 1G 25 BUTTER Dairy tD 16- APPLIESNow bbl 2 00 t 2 CO POTATOES New 1 SG 0 2 CO TOBACCO New 7 05 016 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 rod 70 71 CORNNo 2 jnlxed 48W OATSNo2 mixed 33 1POHK Prime mere 1C 05- LARDatcam a 8 721 HEW TOOK FLOUR Wtn pat 3 75 G 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 4a72ACORN No 2 mixed t 69I OATSNo 2 mixed P 37 PORK Irlmo mew 1C 60 tD18 76 LARD Steam 8 06 4y 0 00 DJUTIMOHE WiIE1iTNo 2 red 4t 7G CORN No 2 mixed 64 OD 54 OATSNo 2 mixed 35 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 rod 0 73 CORN Na 2 mixed tD 62H OATSNo 2 mixed 4l 3- 2IORIPrilno mess VJ16 GO 4 LARD Steam p 8 60 INDIAN AIOLIS CATTLE Prlmo 615 0 35- HOOS Chno f 40 fit A GO QkkkkKkkkkkkkkkkkkraKrkrrr Qkbrlrrrkakltrrkkkrrr krr krr i l WHO SAID GROCERIES f v She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 5 or have called in person nnd talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON AR When you want good things nt low prices hes the man to talk with tK 20 pounds Granulated Sugarioog Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth65W- hitei Rose Flour per Sack Go 12 Pint Cups 20 v Best Rubbers for Fruit Jars per Dozeno5 0 j Best Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen 25 iAllkinds of Fruit Jars and everything right at SI Logsdons UpatoDate Grocery Store II 74A76Sti44In76k1t1art1tWr76s6a it a76k05shTtk76iti6 S676k74h7u16Wa76kk4141- 4l h ii 4 c c 31 All KindsofS- TATIONERY I CARRY A LARGE AND VAR I WE J lED LINE OF STATIONERY AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES LET US HELP YOU SELECT THE RIGHT KIND THE PRICES ARE EXCEEDINGLY LOW QUALITY CONSIDERED h The Porter Drug Co e conronATEor = w t w t I The Road to the Poor Hou eI f Winds over the lull of mtm tina 1J I tion and lends into the valley of lost opportunities v I Avoid its Miseries I By taking some Life Insurance It with H C WOOLF Agent for ITHE 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shows to bat date your subscription i5pald If It isnot- Aaegcd within three weeks after renewal Swtify us- Waalng numbers will be gladly supplied if we en notified Beautiful picture given as premiums to all SMW subscribers newIearly subscriptions can receive The Citizen fret Wrkimself for out year AdvtrtUlng rate on appllcatlom 3 In Paris the man with the muck Take is known as tho man with the dueling sword Tho Chicago professor who contends f that woman was made before man falls to explain where the rib came from Another way or making children good by surgery might be to perform an operation on the skull of an occa slonal parent Some bankers owe It to themselves to take pains to have themselves sus pected long before the bank examin ers them 1Pror Thomas neednot think to originality for his Idea that woman does tho wooing Bernard Shaw beat him to it A pin which a Albany girl swallowed nine years ago has been re covered thus showing conclusively where one of em went anyhow On various occasions says Ella Wheeler WIlcox I have lived for eight weeks on nothing but milk and prunes A good cooling diet too The chief of police ofSeattle has or- t dered all prize fighters to leave that town or go to work Cruel man Per I baps tho poor fighters are too strong to work Fewer matrimonial mistakes would be made If everyone had the foresight of the man who exacted a pro nuptial contract limiting the future alimony to ono dollar a week It is announced that tho lady bathers at Atlantic City now wear socks end show their bare legs from knee to nuklo The doctrine of equal rights appears to be growing somo at Allan tic City Twain has bought a fine piece fMarkIn Connecticut and will build house on It Mr Clemens to be almost as prosperous as be might bo if he had written ono ot the six best sellers Tim gaekwar of IJaroda forgot the cables but he will remember them when ho meets a number of Ameri can ladles In Europe who have a few rcmaiks to offer concerning his opin ions of the American womans grace and beauty Government clerks uso 1117442 lead af pencils a year Each clerk is allowed one pencil every eight days Thats nothing an ordinary newspaper re- portert can use up a pencil every eight hours and be ready to tackle a new 2onenext day i Lighter and brighter shades are in demand for blocks and trlmlmngs in womens millinery according to local dealers Prices though may be ex jiected to look Just as heavy and i gloomy to the husbands and fathers juformerly Last year tho trade of tho United possessionshour exports amounting to 20 per cent Porto Rico shows up especially well which proves that the Island Is getting Its share In American prosperity Certain Cuban military officers became dissatisfied because President Palma limited their professional opportunities by keeping tho number of Insular troops down to the minimum So they started an insurrection just to show Mr Palma that he needs more troopssj Bootblacks on the Hoboken ferry boats wear caps on top of which In gold letters is the Injunction that they must not solicit shines This order was made some time ago by the com tipanyon complaints of passengers who were annoyed by the young sons ot Italy yelling Shlnemup Shlnemup The boys now evade this order says the Now York Globe by going to each passenger and silently pointing to his shoes as though he ought to be re minded that they were dirty and that I the bootblack needed a Job Some passengers have become exasperated at this renewal ot a nuisance in an other form and threaten all sorts of reprisals If they are not permitted to peruse their newspapers In peace A New York man who is C5 years old plunged into the river and res cued n boy who was drowning In the strong current near Hell Gate If this andIMiss Pauline Coska of Chicago fol Jawed a man around tho world and fin ally made him marry her She refusnd lo accept his Nay nay Pauline I I Lwsr 11 U N c I SENDS TAFT TO INVESTIGATE STATUS OF AFFAIRS IN CUBA President Dispatches Secretary of War to Ascertain Conditions in the Island and Land Men if Necessary to Protect Americans Oyster Bay N Y Sept ltPresi dent Roosevelt Friday night addressed to the Cuban people what practically is an ultimatum He declared that a permanent peace must at once bo arranged in the island or else the United States will intervene by armed force under the authority of the Platt amendment This was Its obvious and clear cut Intent of a letter diplomatically ad dressed to Senur Quesda the Cuban minister who Is now In Lisbon but which the president In the body of the letter states really Is Intended for the Cuban government nnd the Cuban people In accordance with this specific purpose the president says has directed the letters Immediate pub licationOrder Must Be Maintained President Roosevelt declares in this letter that the present Cuban govern ment by Its own acls and admissions has proven Itself Incapable of main taining order throughout the Island It has failed to protect the lives and property either of Its own citizens or foreign residents of the islands This condition of anarchy the presi dent insists must end The present civil war must cease and arrangements be made for an Immediate and permanent peace Taft Goes to Havana In order that arrangements for such peace may be made the president is CRUISER Sent It Be In Case I sending Secretary of War Taft and As sistant Secretary ot State Bacon to Havana It will be their to see that the necessary arrangements aro carried out To meet any unexpected crisis that may arise ooaco can bo ro stored President Roosevelt has ar ranged for the Immediate dispatch to GEN JOSE MIGUEL GOMEZI Havana of six cruisers and 2000 ma rlnes Most them It is expected will be In Havana by Monday or day Prepared for the Worst Time decision to have a force of 2 000 fighting men ready to set foot on Cuban soil at any time tile situation demands their presence there Illus trates the alarm with which the gov ernment views the situation In Cuba It was for the preparing to meet the worst that President Hotel Robber Shot Dead Wichita attempt was made to rob the Hamilton hotel Thursday Joseph Fitzpatrick one of tho robbers Is dead and John Morgan Is under arrest in Hulchlnson suspected of being his accomplice Standard 011 Dead New York A dispatch re ceived hero announces the death of Daniel ODay the 011 capl talist at Rouen Franco Mr ODay was 02 vearo old 0t I t 1 Roosevelt who has been keeping his hand at the helm In the Cuban miLt tor called Secretary of War Taft from his vacation nnd summoned Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte and Acting Secretary of State Bacon to Oyster Day for a conference Will Hasten Peace Washington Tho presidents decision to send Secretary Taft and As sistant Secretary of State Uacon to Cuba was not unexpected although official and diplomatic circles recog nize in it a move calculated to hasten the solution ot the problem The real object of Secretary Tnfta mission to Cuba of course cannot bo explained by anyone In Washington In official circles however the belief Is expressed that President Roosevelt desires to secure from absolutely dependable sources Information that will establish clearly the fact that frost dent Palma either does or does not in his administration represent a ma jorlty of Cuban people Duties of Emissaries It Is believed that it will be for Secretary Taft and Acting Secretary Da con to determine for themselves whether In their opinion tho best Interests of tho island are represented by the revolutionary forces or wheth er In the Interest of order and public weal and the future welfare of Cuba the Palma government should be sus tamed Of course this Is merely the UNITED STATES DES MOINES American Warship to Key West Where Will Held Readiness In of Trouble In Cuba duty before of Tues purpose of KanAn Magnata Standard expression of belief in Washington I While it Is not the purpose ot the United States government for the present at least to do anything which could actually be construed as intervening In Cuba it Is nevertheless re garded as a fact that the action of the government In sending a force of marines to Havana will bo used by the Palma partisans to Impress the Insurgents with the belief that President Palma has both the moral and phys ical support of the United States To Protect American Interests The statement Is emphasized by officials here that the landing of ma rines from United States warships will be merely for the purpose of af fording protection to American lives and property when It becomes apparent as It did to Commander Col well of the cruiser Denver that the Cuban government is unable to af ford the required protection While such admission is a confession of weakness on the part of tho Cuban government It will nevertheless doubtless have the effect at least ot deferring an attack upon Havana No Criticism for Colwell There Is no disposition to criticise t V3 action of Commander Colwell In landing n force In Havana lie acted under the broad Instruction given him by the navy department to use his best Judgment In an emergency The American sailors were landed after a consultation with Jacob Sleeper the United States charge In Havana and President Palma who ac cording to Commander Colwells dis patch to the navy department ex pressed grave doubts as to the ability of the Cuban government to protect American Interests To Observe Neutrality The entire incident it Is pointed out was In keeping with the presi dents dqtermlnatlon to preserve strict California Town Destroyed Tlburon Cal Sept HFlre Thurs day destroyed tho entire business district Only the utmost efforts of mem born of the Twentysecond United States Infantry and the state fire tug saved the residence portion Two hun dred people are homeless Colorado Democrats Rename Adams DenverAlva Adams of Pueblo was nominated by the Democratic state convention for governor by ac clamatlon = ll neutrality and It Is the purpose to do IllterIestsof the Palma government It requested to do so until the Cuban congress which assembled today asks for American intervention It will then bo time to moot that issue but for tho present tho purpose of an American armed force In Cuban waters Is to afford to American Interests that degree of safety which tho Cuban government seems unable to giveIntervention Is tho word at which officials in Washington shy They art now willing to discuss any other phaso of tho Cuban revolution except that What may be dono as n result of tho existing conditions and those which are likely to grow out of the present crisis Is something they gracefully pass up to Oyster Bay for answer and r erer + PRESIDENT PALMA decision At present they point out they are simply In the preparations being made to send men to Cuba carrying out the presidents Instruc lions for the purpose of protecting American Interests Plead for Intervention Letters telegrams and cablegrams are pouring Into the state department by the scores asking that tho United States Intervene In Cuba protect lives and property and put an end to the revolution Thus far all ot those requests como from private Individuals those who have largo property Inter pat s In tho Island chiefly but no far no request for Intervention ha come front the representative of any foreign government deaptte the fact aa re ported that Hrltlsh and Canadian cap italists are largely Interested In the lallroads which kayo been destroyed or damaged The president la being advised ot these requests and they are being given attention by the state depart meat but none o the correepoHdenta have been led to believe by Ute na tire of the replies sent to them that ir ts the Intention of this government ftr the present at least to step la and manage Cuba affairs They have icon told Uiut this government Is making every possible effort to pro feet the lives and property of 1U sub yeas Diplomatically these steps are tho same as would be taken In any ease where American Interests were Jeopardized In a foreign land and the government of that country appeared to be unable to give the required pro tection Prepared to Land Men When these complaints first camp to the department Mr Sleeper waa ad- vIsed and directed to call the matter PINO GUERRA Principal Leader of Insurrectionist Forces to the attention ot the Cuban govern ment with the result that the desired protection bo extended Now tho point has been reached where the Cuban government admits Its Inability to protect these Interests and the United States government is Itself preparing to give that protection and for that reason Is sending a force of mien to Cuba They will be prepared to land if they arc needed The Cuban legation In this city Is without official news as to the trend of events In Havana The Cuban charge In Washington Senor Pardo was much perturbed because of his failure to receive any advices from his government Ho know nothing except what ho read In the newspapers and was told by Acting Secretary of State Adee upon whom ho made several calls I Earthquakes In Sicily Palermo For several days Blight earthquake shocks have been tell hero and In several other parts ot Sicily At Trnvla several houses wero badly damaged time inhabitants being panic stricken Injured In Hotel Fire Ottawa Ont Tho Gllmour hotel on Dank street was destroyed by fire lato Friday night Many ot the guests Jumped from windows and were serl i oualy Injured PEACE BEFORE TAFT ARRIVES THE PLAN OF PALMA WHO STOPS ALL HOSTILITIES Hoping To Prevent Intervention By AmericaDecree Issued After a Conference With Rebels Havana Sept 17After a consul tatlon with the loading mint who are under arrest here charged with conspiracy and emissaries of tho revolu tionists the government has nnnoitno cd the Indoflnlto stoppage of all hos tilities on Its part with the object of making pence before Secretary of War Tart of tho United States arrives to Intervene Washington Sept 17 Secretary of War William II Taft accompanied by tho other members ot the American mlsalon to Cuba loft Washington for Tampa Flo at 34G Sunday after anon There ho will bo met by tho protected cruiser Doe Molnos which will sail Immediately for Havana arriving at the Cuban capital on Woo neailny Tho war secretary was not certain ho would be able to start on his momentous trip at Ute hour stated but he succeeded In completing everything he had on hand by staying up most of tho night so that the Itinerary mapped out nt Oyster Hay was not deviated roe nt tho beginning No more difficult and at the Minn time delicate task was over assigned to an otficlal than that which the pres Ideal lifts given to Mr Taft to par form Upon tho result of his mlMion depends the existence of Cuba as an Independent political entity for should he bo nnable to convince the two tao tions In tho Island that they must COo operate in upbuilding n state govern treat and affording full protection to life sail property the United States will be compelled to Intervene Disappointed With Cubans Very little sympathy Is manifesto hero for either tho Ialma administra lion at Havana or the Insurrectionary element On the contrary tho almost universal sentiment Is one of disap pointment and disgust with tho Cu bans over the miserable culmination of their experiment with selfgovern ment which was entered upon under such encouraging auspices lean than five years ago Many public men en tertain the opinion that even though Secretary Taft succeeds In bringing tho warring factions together anti averting American IntervenUon which Is now so Imminent the time is not so distant when Cuba will have to become territory of the United State These who share this belief predicate It upon the theory that annexation Is tin only certain method of Inuring a safe satisfactory and stable government in the islandeShould developments In the present turbulent sitvat kw Impel title govern meat to Intervene sad tend down on rmjr of occupation the Impression prevails that ultimate annexation will be Inevitable and be efteeUve wlthlu tne next few years Many American statesmen have con tended that geographically Cuba belongs to the United States Havana her capital lies less than 1W mile from Key West and HB everybody knows who has looked at the map the western third of the Island project Itself within the longitudinal line that marts the eastern coast of Florida Americans have always had larKs interests in Oio island and their property holding today are much greater titan over before American capital has leon Invested extensively slnoo tilt Spaniards relinquished poMOMlon Bovon yoara ago and the Influx of nee seven years ago JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE Stricken With Dropsy and Paralysis Is Reported To Do Dying Chicago Sept 17lohn Alexander Dowio la again reported to be dying A message was road to his Zion City followers declaring that the deposed first apostle would leave soon to spend tho winter In Mexico AmaJorlty of Zionists believe that Dr Dowie will never leave Shiloh house alive It WHS learned that he had not been able to walk for ton days that ho had been subject to frequent fainting spells and that ho was hopelessly stricken with dropsy and paralysis Jane Alexander Dowle his wife and Gladstone tho unklssed son went to Shiloh house and sought admission and a reconciliation but they were coldly turned away Then they quitted Zion City for Chicago Alleged Defaulter Arrested Augusta Qa Sept 17 Thomas W Alexander hoed of tho largest cotton firm In Augusta who two months ago disappeared after having defaulted for a sum approximated at 200000 has been arrested In Plttsuurp Ia anti has agreed to come back to Augusta without requisition papers r Converted Himself Into a Torch Chicago Sept 17Peter I chr a contractor attempted xulcldo at Will motto by converting himself Into an oilsoaked human torch Ho Is dying at Uio Evanston hospital Ho was deeply despondent Jumped Overboard New York Septliln despair because ho was to be denbrtcd and could not earn money to 111ry his sweetheart Anton Orlmono a stowaway 20 committed suicide by leaping from tho French liner La Touralno In full view of hundreds of passengers President Offers a Reward Oyster Bay Sept 17Tho prost dent has advertised that ho will pay a reward for the return of a watch lost by his daughter Miss Ethol Roosevelt The advertisement appears In tho can rent Issue of the Oyster Day Pilot Y t I PANIC AT UNVEILINGa GREAT CRUSH AT MKINLEY CER EMONY AT COLUMBUS 1 SPEECHES ARE DELAYED Unruly Mob Forces Postponement of Programme Two Women Badly Injured Being Removed by the Police Columbus 0 With a rinlt threatening In a crowd estimated at 50000 ptoplo surging about tho stand erected In tho capltol grounds frnnUo to secure a gllmpso of Mrs Nicholas Ixwgworth tho presidents daughter tho exorcises arranged for the doilies lion of the McKinley monument woro seddonly terminated Friday afternoon after the statue of the martyred president had been hurriedly unveiled by Mrs Longworth The prompt notion of tho committee on arrangements was regarded as most fortunate for tho crowd was beyond control and tho shrieking of women and children wimp wore caught In the crush was rapidly working the crowd Into a frunry Many women fainted and wore car nod out of the crowd by tho polite Two were so badly hurt that they bail to bo removed In an ambulance Tho MoKlnloy monument stands at the west entrance to the grounds facing the street and lute crowd WM packed Into this npaco between tho speakers stand and the monument Tho oxorclsos woro set for I SO nail began promptly It was not until the band was play- Ing the overture that the danger of n panic became apparent Suddenly i STATUE OF McKINLEY Unveiled by Mrs Longworth at Columbus Ohio women In the crowd next to the speakers stand began to scream and cry for help Then several worn en fainted snit ware carried up to the stand Rev Dr Washington Glad den rose to deliver the Invocation but ho spoke only n few sentences when the roar of voices forced him to slop icy Harris then attempted to quiet the crowd Keep baokl ho shouted You are crushing these people In front to death The governors voice oould not IKJ hoard 20 feet away however on ao count of tho din Tho commotion then became so nlarmlng that those on tho stand asked Mrs Longworlh to como forward In the hopo that a gllmpso of her might satisfy tho crowd She camo to tho front of the stand and It was seen at once that pomething must be done and It was decided to unveil tho statue nt once Mrs Lougworth then pulled the ribbon attached to wires which drew the flags covering the statue nsldn A man hoisted on anothers shoulder grasped time ribbons and the wlro and they were quickly torn Into fragments by relic seeker The crush was stopped for n row moments but It was soon renewed and Mrs Iotigworth again camo to tho front of tho platform and bowed to tho throng In tho meantime how ever tho committee on arrangements had decided to defer time addresses until evening at tho Memorial hall nnd as noon as Mrs longworth retired tho announcement was made The people struggling for their lives In the crowd around tho stand cheered but a storm of hisses canto from tho people on tho outskirts of the crowd t who did not understand tho situation Tho programme of exorcises which had been arranged for tho unveiling of the McKinley monument was car Tied out at Memorial hall at night Split on Presbyterian Union Bloomington JlIA proposed three r 4terybyterlan church at Stanford como to 1ttheShut 48 from Country San Francisco Quarantine officers refused landing to 48 persons on tho steamer Siberia which just arrived from tho orient who had unmistaka ble evidence ot trachoma Of these 2T warn Jannnese und 15 Hindu j + w Iv1J FARM V i 1l1ii WHEAT MIDGE Description and Habits of This Enemy of the Wheat Plant Prof II A Gossard entomologlat of the Ohio station says Tim ny which Is a close rotative of the Hcfcslan fly Is n very small dull cato Insect appearing on the wing somo time In Juno usually about tho date when tho IIrololl first appear and the blossoms of tho locust trees am fading and falling to tho ground Tho oggs are laid In a cavity or groove at the upper end of tho outermost chaff so that the young maggots on latching can readily reach alto In cipient kernel Those reddish larau Imbliw nourishment from the malty- kernel ceasing to food after the grain brriHtiPs hard When full grown they sock the earth generally by crawling down the stalk whoa It Is wet vlh dew 01 by sliding down In a raindrop Colin about ono half an Inch bonoalh thu tuifare they make cocoons not Wheat Midge Dlplotls trltlcl a fee male fly b male fly c larvae from below larger than mustard seeds very dim cult ir find In which they romaln un ill tho following summer when they Again hwuo as files However many of till larvae have not loft the heads by harvest time and these aria carried into the barn or stick they soon bo come dry and shrink away from thou akin becoming cased larvae those do not feed they again bocome active whn thoroughly mnlatened even after having lain quiescent for more than half a year Since tho chaff from the threshing machine contains count MI number of these casod larvae U should be promptly burned the hulk of the straw can be put ta tta custom ary ute without special danger All ne1 wheat should be well fanned or s THMH d to prevent sowing midge larvae along with Ute seed The acrs ahouM be horned The teat rnnjortlf of the flies are atwrya derived from the pupae bnried in old whwtt fteWa lotajjgB of traps ui be of sere fa eoaifolltes them many of the those becoming lost and rlialtwf wfclte bwuUng new fields In whlrb to lay their egg However tho only thorough remedy U to plow the mubbto under la the tall to such a depth that the fltae cannot make their way to tieorfacs the nest year Tht + should bo done as noon after hap viiit at poMrihte Plowing to a depth ct eight or nine taehoa Is siiffldeat Itiraistg the stnbMe before ttowlax will help Neighborhood cooperation In all those remedial measures la Im portant FOR GOOD ROADS What Pennsylvania Is Doing to Im prove Her Highways Pennsylvania thinks It has the most liberal good roads law In tho ommtry ant thinks It IB doing more to make Rood roads than any other state In the union Tho law which was passed In 190S runs for five years and appro priates a total for the states share In making good roads 0350332 Nearly 11000000 was expended for tho fiscal year of 1905 and for the years 190GOT each I1J50000 Is pot aslJo For the next two rears the an nual expenditure will be 1500000 Tills represent threefourths of the sum expended Of the remainder the county pays oneelhth and the town ship oneeighth The roads must be permanent and the standard IB very high There Is a state department of highways and when the state first he Ran this system that doparttneut com plained that the counties and township refused to do or were very slow n doing their part lint the small beginning won for Itself and now the local bodies are most eager for the work making greater demands than the appropriation can mcoL The amount of work already applied for by tho counties outruns tho state ap propriation by millions of dollars In Mhor words tbo farmers seeing what Food roads moan to them are eager toper their part whore tho state helps to liberally In 46 of the CC counties he entire amount allotted has been absorbed Chester county for exam phi has mado 11 miles of road and ins anpllod for 13 miles more which Kthautls Its share of the state aid But It hus additionally applied for f29 miles more Altogether tho state a so pleased with tho good roads ox erlmrnt that It Is believed tho legis jtturo will enlargo tho appropriation fho state treasury line a largo surplus mil it Is proposed to exhaust It In glv as the state good roads Mend the Grain DaDs Grain bags with holes in thorn are a big nuisance Pretty good idea to wend tho holes before thrashing time Turn tho bag that has n hole in It wrong side out and neatly stitch on she patch Tho bag will look much Setter than It wIld were the piece put on the outdde I u the SOME EXPERIMENTAL ROADS What IB Doing Done In Illinois by the Highway Commission Tho Illinois unto highway comnln slon is pushing as rapidly as possible tho construction of a number of ex porlmontal roads In various sections of tho state There has boon much do lay In getting this work started owing to the negotiations it was necessary to take up with tho various railroads for freight rates This has permitted work to begin at some points and to bo delayed at others Ono stretch of road has been com pleted at Salem III This road Is situ ated In Salem township Just outside tho limits of the city of Salem Tho highway commissioners ot Salem township applied for broken stone which was furnished thorn and a piece of road built by tho local commission ers owing to tho look of proper meth ode the road thus laid was poorly made says the Farmers Review Tho state highway commission completed about 2200 feet of tho work with the aid of a steam roller and modern method of construction making as smooth and fine appearing a piece of road as can be found anywhere Tho width of the macadam Is about 14 fool and put on eight Inches deep part of tho work was resurfacing the road laid by tho local commissioners at tho end of which was about COO foot of newly constructed road The exact cost of this work cannot froas certained owing to lack of records on tho work done prior to that under charge of the state highway commis lion The estimated cost of this work per mile Including grading and chap ing the subgrado hauling tho stone a distance of about a mllo and a quay ter spreading and rolling IB about 2400 Tho material was furnished free by the state from tho state rock crushed at the Southern Illinois peni tentiary at Monanl Tho freight on the stone over the Illinois Southern railroad was paid In ballast Tho contract between tho portion of road built with tho steam roller and that upon which tho roller was not usoO lurnlihim n most striking Illus tration or the Importance of proper equipment and technical experience In hlRhwny construction Thw unproved piece of road Is at trading a groat deal of attention lo cally and the travel over other routes In the vicinity Is almost entirely dl verted to the new road In spite of tho fact that tho distance Is thus in creased There ta another IntbrosUng piece of road work in Uw vicinity of Salem which hue been earned on through the efforts at Mr John 11 Grtrone who for the past six years baa drncged and kept In excellent condition ono rile of road near his farm During th peal winter it to said that the Greene road was the bast piece of road In the county This piece of read Ifus been kept in better condi tion than the average road In tho county for lose money than was spent on other roads where a grader and AnIlatlPl8llllRCI years a road drag very similar au LotIrnllatillPUon HIDING A CELLAR DOOR Cy Arrangement of Boxes It Can De Done Very Easily My collar Is situated Just under tho kitchen and for a long tlmo wo wnntod a door that would not be un sightly and In tho way writes a cor rraponoont of iho Kara and Home Hnaly we constructed an arrangement shown In ant A hoary frame Cover for Cellar Door work was built of 2 stuff cov boardered with matched The two parts A and b are the same slzo and hinge together with heavy hinges Tho tup of this Is used as a table ex cept when It Is desired to go into the collar when part b Is drawn aside exposing the cellar stairs A USEFUL DEVICE Ring with Legs on It for Holding Ket tie Over Fire A very useful device is n ring with legs on it like that shown In tho cut to support an iron kettle when used out of doors for heating water Place tho band as near tho base of the kettle as possible so that it will tint tip over end you will find It Ithe 4 B I Third Quarterly Review SnndlSchool Leason for Sept 331906 Specially Prepared for This Piper QUARTERAnd powerLukeThe Lesson of the Quarter 8ps cI = I Ia 3 lYeCGid= f a 2 tlo 0 fl fie ti C I oEE oQ s = y ul c 1- p R- 0 ijw=g Iu= = o 0- Fa co o = wq O c tit7GNthtiGfI Nd ap iLlb + g b r olb Laito Y- l t i a IIY V Y 0 a= Ga a K u s C C- tl iwr a = d F II o III r flt5tde4Ic JC + C1 sacCit+ 1 7 tit 4 t d J scot TOIMCTlie Power of Jesus Words TltUTHJcieus Word has great power Facts of the Lesson The porlod Included In this quarters lessons extends from the summer ot A U 29 to April A D 30 About three quartors of a year The last part of tho Galilean and the whole of the Porean ministries About onefourth of tho public min istry of Jesus Tho territory Includes Galilee Perea and Jerusalem and vicinity Tho Gospel history Matt 181 2233 Luke 9MC 2040 Mark 914 1227 John 71 1219 The Travel club should follow tho travels of Jesus during those nine months and note the events that clue tor around each place the things that Jesus did there and any other events which made the place historic Trace tho Journeys on the map and take up tho story of each place Wo give one exampleWo from Capernaum Jesus home Matt IMSIT noblemans son John 44344 many miracles Mall 81417 homo of Matthew Mall 90 paralytic etc Matt 9S8 received llttlo children and talked on forgivenoM lessons I and U Thence In tho autumn Jeans wont to Jerusalem to the Feast of Taber uncle Hero he spoho several dis manses and healed a blind man John 8111 Returning to Galilee ha made his want departure thence early in No ember Matt 101 crossed tho Jor dan and moved slowly down the east ern side of the river through Peroa Somewhere In tho upper portion he spoke tho Parable of the Good Sa maritan Lesson III and taught his dlsolples how to pray In December he makes a flying visit to Jerusalem to attend tho Feast of Dedication John 102239 and Is a guest of Mary and Martha at Ucthany Luke 103842 December 2027 Jesus returns to Perea early In January John 104042 dines with a Pharisee Lesson V relates the Parables of the Great Supper Lesson VI of the Prodigal Son Lesson VII and others Ho Is summoned to Bethany on nc count of tho death of Lazarus John 11 retires to Kphralm In northern Judea John 114757 and soon goes again to Porca Hero ho relates the Parables of the Importune widow and of the Pharisee and Publican Lesson VIII meets tho rich young ruler Lesson IX heals Uartlmaous and dines with Zaccuacus at Jericho Les son x- From Jericho he goes to Dcthany and thenco rides In triumph over the Mount of Olives Lesson XI cleanses the temple and enters upon the last Great Day of his mission In the Temple Courts Lesson XII Study the development of Christs mission and tho bearing of the great truths taught upon his work ot saving each Individual and tho nation 1 Volcoinlng and blessing the chil dren f The duty and power of forgive Htss 3 Tho Good Samaritan 4 Prayer and Its answer importun ate prayer false prayer 5 The right use of the Sabbath r Solfcxnltatlon 7 False excuses 8 The wldo welcome P Consecration of all to God 10 Light to the blind 11 Salvation for tho lost 12 Jesus tho Messiahking 13 Tho lost great day of his min istry Review Questions Teachings To whoso words have wo listened In these lessons 1C What characteristic of Jesus words have we noted Golden Text 17 In what respects should Jesus disciples bo childlike 18 How often will tho Christian forgive thoso who lcMiro himh 19 Who according to tho tnch lag of Jesus Is tho neighbor whom wt should love What assurance des Jesus give that God will answer out prayers 20 What precept did Jesus teach when ho saw men striving for highest places GoUen Text of Lea son C I y u A DRUNKEN MOTHER Sad Incident on the Streets of a Big CltyA Daughters Shame t was 12 ocldck tho hour when thousands of folks who work In the big and little shops taro forth to Join the hosts on the streets In the midst of this crushing multitude says the Chicago Journal near time northwest corner of State and Washington streets a young girl and a woman stood the latter wildly gesticulating and speaking blasphemous words while tho former shuddered and shrank away Tho womans taco was red with cruel passion and her bleary eyes were Inflamed with tho fever of the debauch In her veins swollen with purpling blood a debased and debasing woman frenzied with her own fury and tho alcohol that ruled as the fiend of her brain The girl On her face was the vivid color of shame In her oyes was the gloom of humiliation A girl stricken into silence by the horror of tho scone Money Give mo moneyt shrieked the woman violently reach ing for tho girl Give me money or I will beat you so youll never hang your head any more and refuse to speak Give me money What might have happened It Is as well not to predict had not a policeman rounded into view He caught tho womans arm with his forceful hand and brusquely said See here Como away from this you are creating a disturbance Come got out of this Of course tho woman resisted the policemans Interfcrenco she cursed and raved and still tho girl stood silent while tho crowd stared and listenedLosing patience tho officer grasped tho woman roughly and began to drag her away tho crowd clearing a path for tho struggling pair Then tho girl suddenly started out of her quivering crouch of despair feho put her hand on tho officers shoulder and gasped mymOlholright to ask me to give her money lint I havent any I gave her the last cent I had last night Don t run her Insho hasnt been stealing Bhos Then tho girl shrunk away from tho officer and again won silent and the odgo ot tho crowd nearest tho scone murmured Drunk The vivid color of shame deepened on the girls faco Into her eyes flared a hunger for flight from die graoe Rut she was trapped hemmed In for the crowd to gazo upon the proy of public curiosity The officer did not loosen his grasp on the struggling woman Dut ho said with a note of gentleness in his voiceNo I wont run her in Now chaso away little gIrlgot out of her sight and shell quiet down and go home Tho girl didnt speak But in her eyes was a glow of gratitude in a mist of tears Sho turned away from tho cause of her public humiliation Tho crowd divided so that sho might go back to tho work which is per haps tho kindest friend sho has on earthThen a woman In the crowd said Dear Lord Dear Lord A drunken father Is bad enoughbut a drunken motherThere was a great sigh of sympathy and then time crowd broke into groups and units and scattered over the streetsA Incident In tho day of a great city was past and gone A COURT ROOM SCENE Satire Which Illustrates the Unreason ableness of the License System Did you ever hear of a scene In a court room like tho following- A young man Is brought into court and charged with stealing a horse Do you plead guilty or not guilty Ho replies If I had not stolen the horse some other man would Tho court replies That has noth- Ing to do with the question It In a simple question of fact are you guilty or not guilty Tho prisoner replies People have always stolen horses and always will and Ills not fair to pitch onto me The court Indignantly puts the question tho third time Are you guilty or not guilty The prisoner answers Suppose I am what aro you going to do about It All prohibitory laws have tailed Persons steal everywhere You can not stop It Prohibition Is a failure Let mo tell you what I will do If you let me go and give mo permission to steal I will give you halt the money I received for the horse American Issue Alcohol In Hospitals In a speech recently at tho Dish opsgato Institute Sir Victor Horsley gave somo remarkable figures to show how tho use of alcohol in hospitals was declining In 1862 nearly 40000 was spent on alcohol In tho London hospitals and 15000 on milk In 1902 tho situation was almost exactly reversed about 15000 being spent on alcohol and over 40000 on milk 1855 Berea College 190 7 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 statesiLargest college library in Kentucky NO A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject SII many classes that each student can be placed with others like where he can make most rapid progress r Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith metic 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 fraO tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who haTe 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 apart 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 courses 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 teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables t one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate i MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money tiexpendsmore than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulnesslPlanning for a Year of SchooliPERSONAL 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 t weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes arek4 necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet umbrellas and other necessary articles at costILIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 II a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOpL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guaranteeIfor return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fie to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition orlservices of teachersall our instruction is a free gift The Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools o 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 tSOOj dollar deposit to be re F turned at end of term 3000 j Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Inci dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th day 540 I OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations ta protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stuIIIprovenurse 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 hbor Except f in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to tern as muck 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 cars from 50 cents to one dollar a weeko1ST The best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time t to study is in the fall it IIt is important to come the first day September 12 and star i till the end December 19 JVFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY i Madison County Roller Mills HflMJNcM to w Manufacturers Fancy Roller ROOT 1 Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Be ttiOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Eiccflcat Flout INMC Potts 8t Duerson = Vkatas Iowa Kf 11 r r11 = cj1 t t iI 1dl 1t IJ lo y l ITHE HOME I Keeping Food Cfcan- By Mrm II illIThose Can bo no good health whore surroundings There is n doso rolattousliip hetweon tlisonso and dirt Tho go hand in hand and whoro dirt abounds disoaso will show itsolf A child will pick up n piece of bread that tins rolled on the floor nutd ont it Grown people who would never think of doing that will out raisinn nud candy that Mare stood opon in n grocors titoro for days swarincd over by flies covered with tho dust of the streyt and hnndled by tho curious store loafers The flies may harp jwflt Como from tholr homo in inaiuiro or n feast upon a dfunyiiig animal covered with disease germs to leave on tho fruit or candy Tho dust of tho street nmy bo mixed with the dried sputum of a consumptive or boar the germs of typhoid fever The hands I of the loafer leave upon the fruit particles of his own skin and tho germs accumulated in tho dirt of filthy pockets These are disgusting thoughts I know but the facts are just as disgusting and much more dangerous Unfortunately it is not those guilty of thus making their dainties r into hettren of disease who suffer most but it is the community who pur chiiBO nUll eat who suffer The unit time you enter tho grocery store whoro you trade look around nUll seo how much of his stock is exposed na I Imvo described thou select for your future trading tho store whoro things are kept cleanest and tho ontnbles kept covered But it is not only tho grocer who sins but the housewife ns well If rood in to bo kept from one meal to another jt should bo placed on a clean plate and put whore duet nnd Ilios cannot reach It Milk iwpocmlly should bo kept absolutely clean OB it Is the food of tho children nod is a great absorbent I THE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for tho Rural Schools 117 iMtoi ciiAisiits n iinvisI INTEREST Continued tt l If simple interest is not paid when duo it becomes I a debt And should bear interest Thus annual interest is simple interest pillS the interest on ench payment of simple interest from the time it is due until paid This one statement of principle fbould bo nil that n pupil who understands simple interest needs In compound interest the interest inot paid until from settlement but at the end ofeach interest period tho amount of principal and interest becomes the new principal If the rate be 0 per cent each new principal is 100 per cent of the preceding one Shorten work by the equation 100 per cent of principal = and so for each period Bunk discount is A name applied to the interest taken by banks for money they loan It is counted on what will be the amount of the note at maturity and taken in advance When a note is made payable directly to a bank the iJ amount at maturity is the face of the note When made by one person to another and then taken to the bank to be discounted the face plus the interest is the amount at maturity In the first case the time of discount is the same as the time of the note in the second coca the time of discount is the time from which thnote is brought to the bank until it is paid Strive to get pupils to understand just how notes 4 are hnndled by the bank and then the problems will bo 1easy TO SB CONTtVCtD NEXT WUK 4 i I ITHE FARM I j Good Seed Corn and How to Get ItY j COVCLCDIO t of ArtlficiRl Heat In Drying SOOI1It linn boon found to bo very IIVI6 to dry out the seed corn quickly and thoroughly nnd tho use oft heat Is in most c see dtttirnblo It is thus iiiiKrlant especially in damp told seasons to place the seed corn in tho room whoro there is a stove in which fire cnn be maintained nt least a portion of ouch day for about two weeks or until the corn is thoroughly dried out In I favorable dry autumns artificial boat may not be necessary but in many cases tho kiln drying of seed ns it is called will bo found to bo very important In ono oxperiment made by Mr Hartley on tho departments experimental farms kiln dried sued gave an average yield of sixteen bush old hero more than the ordinary alrdriCll seed of tho samo variety 4grown in tho sauna placo Tho experimental field in this case contained L about ton acres and was planted with tho nir dried and kilndried seed in tl 1Selection of Seed Ears After the corn is thoroughly dried out some time in tho winter when form work is not crowding all tho ears fb mId bo examined carefully and n sufficient number of tho very InI loctiug those having deep and well formed kernels which will give tho t greatest weight of shelled corn per oar Tho imperfect kernels nt tho tips and butts of those selected ears should bo shelled off und discarded before tho oars are finally shelled for planting Testing the Germination Test tho germination nUll comparative vigor of growth of these seed oars If any of tho ears give poor or slow y germination or lack vigor discard such cars I Grading the Seed Corn to Fit Dropping PlntCRA perfect stand is ono of tho principal factors in securing n good yield If three or four stalks per hill is n perfect stand hills with one or two or with five or six stalks will mako a poor stand nnd give a loss in yield It is important to have good seed of perfect germination and to have tho seed grains dropped uniformly with the right number In the hill It is thus desirable as om phasized by Prof P G Holdon of the Iowa Agricultural Collogo to separate tho selected seed ears Into three classes or grades having 1 small 2 intermediate and 3 largo kernels anti shell und preserve those three grades of seal separately Before beginning tho planting tho planter can be tested with each grade of seed and the dropping plates with differentsized holes or marginal notches selected for each grade which by careful trial aro found to uniformly drop tho desired number of kernels These plutes after n thorough test can bo marked and used when needed with the proper size of sect grains without loss of timo In tho rush of planting HOW TO LIVE Life after all U never very happy if a parson Is coastnntly sick now to live la largely a Question ot how to be well The answer to both IB keep your main health communion tions stomach liver and bowels In good order With Dr Caldwolls laxa tive Syrup Peuiln It II a reliable safe and pleasant cure for heartache constlpatlonf colic rind alt ayraptons trouble Sold by S H WELCH JR at GOc and 100 Money back if It falls 11 l t ia r t BARGAINSM- eal 05c per bushelI Granulated Sugartic per lb Flour 40c to 5Dc per sack Dost Bacon lie per lb Salt 10c per 100 lbs Good Coffee 12Jo and lOc per lb All other goods at the lowest pos sible prices M D SETTLE Big Hill Ky 4k o ososososososoeososososoeo Eighth Kentucky o 0 History 0 Thrllll lilt StoryuttheIirttitle1nl p o lant Itieliiirnl tiMik In Ihn Civil Viir ososososososososososososooCiitrrsn Thus life again began with us So constantly wits every soldier em plo 0d that ono day unto week wax allowed for wash day Washing with us stns as inAch of n dutyas fighting Woo unto tho unlucky sloven that appeared at Sunday morn fug inspection with dirty clothes dirty hands long hair or untrimmed beard Wash lay with tho Eighth boys brought its amusements as well JftHleRRinitiato1 into tho mysteries of wash lug rinsing stud wringing and Homo fastidious lays would worry over nn imperfect or badly washed shirt iw much as their mothers or sisters ever did over their soiled linen In the Ilotiso of Representative of tho State of Kentucky March 2d 1803 Messrs Cleveland and Hum ham were appointexl committoo on tho part of the House to receive from the Governor curtain lags of Kentucky troops At the apKintcd hour the Senate repaired to tho House for tho purjKse indicated in a former resolution At noon Mr Wickliff Secretary of State apjKmred with the storm tossod aunt war worn lugs of of the Fifteenth Seventeenth Sixth Ninth Kighth nnd Twoniy find Hug imunts of Kentucky volunteer infan try together with n message from tho governor giving n short history of ouch flag In that message in ro furring to the Hugs of the Eighth and Twentyfirst he twitl These momentous which 1 have tho honor to place nt your disposal wore brought from Tennessee They are storm tossed and leadentattered flags presented to mo for preservation along with other momontoos of the terrible realities of the existing eon vulsion Under those riddled colors many cherished sons of Kentucky have stet death in this mini and un natural war We are pleased to have boon tho bearer to thin body of these Hags that wore borne amid the storm of battle byour gallant sons It will bo observed that the colors of tho Eighth Regiment Colonel Barnes is utmost completely destroyed It was uphold amid showers of shot nnd shell by Edgar Park Coinjmny C until thin iniHHilm of the foe hud pierced again and again its ovary fold Finally the staff wns struck and shivered to pieces Tho enemy wns crowding closely around tho un daunted Htandnrdlioaror The hrok en stuff could no longer ho grasped but ho quickly gathered tho rom nants of the ling and bore thom rap idly to those who HO nobly defended it with nil intrepidity rarely equalled and never surpassed Those stand ards around which cluster HO many glorious memories it is Mopedwill bo placed in tho archives of the state while others will 1x3 furnished to take their places in the Gold CHAPTER X The 10th of April our encampment was aroused by tho report of rebel guerillas capturing n train near Lav ergno and robbing tho passengers of monoy and other valuables our jolly musician P D Schull Iwing among the unfortunate victims As tho weather grow warmer our battalion and brigade evening drills became less enjoyable All the sur vivors will long remember the amount knnpsackdrillsGold Jn this same field the 13th tho brigade formed Tho men had all blacked their shoes and donned their host appearance and iho oll cot wore in dress parade outfit We passed in review of General VanClovo Grand papwho had just re turned with his wound healed Into tho center role Colonel Matthews seated on his noted yellow horse and accompanied by his staff Ho made us his farewell address having been elected mayor of Cincinnati Ohio Ho had endeared himself to every roo gimontnnd many regretted his having to leave us though tho Eighth boys foil some pride nt Colonel Barnes Ink ing his place as commander of tho brigade and as Lieutenant Colonel May hind been promoted to colonel of the Seventh Kentucky Major Broad htis took command of tho Eighth but his tailing health nnd emaciated looks convinced many of us that wo would soon lose him too Tho 20th our pleasant faced old paymaster again paid us a visit stud our allowance of greenbacks for Jan nary and February Tho last com pany had received pay by 0 oclock p m nnd many hind retired to bed when wo wore ordered to march im mediately toward Lebanon The enemy was reported to bo advancing Our now rolls of greenbacks wore hastily loft with n few convalescents fearing tho fortunes of war might placo them in tho hands of rebels who were anxious to got sonic of youena moneyTO CONTINUED t L Students Journal IContaining Brttty Notts of Cots andLTrinmplis g Tilt Oltlien RVP H very hearty welcome to the old stnUnnU who afreturning to their Mud and eepec lnlly lo the now onrawlia have un known Komi things lying before them Many of you Unlit nM mid new M Mtiidentii an old friends of ih OH teen and Wfl lioin the real of yon will become Its frlomln right sway at the beginning Tho Students Journal M to lie a neclal tltnartniftnt rf the CUtamt commencing thlll work 1 hi to bit willed sn for nil inmMiJ hr Uhtdaet retrial their joys and sorrows their fun and tllIlr work Other rohltS have their atntlont inom wktjr or monthly The CUIiea with Its Students Journal Is to hfI that for ttaren students The Students Journal to bound to srfccced and lie a very ImporUnt thing not only fur the atwteata tk M solve but also for their parents and friends who will read of their ilotiics with groat Interest In order to have the greatest itoMlbln meeta how over every student must take hU share of the interest and rwiKMMlbll tty lie trust tAke tho paper see that the doings sun plans of his rlaaacs literary society and other clubs an reiraitwl sad that the best poem stones enajrt and Jokes that he hears In class or society are sent to the ed itor for iMMlble publication Ifeahloa the Stndeata Journal the I student will Hud the best material In the reel of the paper for rtwtiirtear MUMPS debates essays and speeches I In the news editorials and comments This week we want to annimare the literary society work Everv student ought to lie In a literary society Alt ho this work Is plat required by the Col lege stHdents often find when they get OMI lit the world that the work they did In their literary societies was one or tilt mtM valuable ports of their college training lucre one tewna to- Ke lite leas to other people without lib knees knocking together and Ids ton sticking to the roof of his rtewsmouthIn debate and to mote the hearts others In public apserfe The Student Journal editors so far as they are appointed are Meta KMHM Charles Flaa ry Union II C Ingram The other literary societies will doubtless appoint their editors the week rrUay night TIlE MODRI SCHOOLS art ODe or the meet important parts uf Jkrea College and they have some of Ita best men la them Thy oKht- In have a large lid flrmriehing literary or tblr UWD Why the form achy a a ciety and call 11 or some other K1loI lbalaswell for the model nchool spot with Superintendent Edwards about the best name and this way of organising a lllerarv SKWV for this fine body of BtndRII now loft wita out one TilE UNION fllXIRTY meets Friday night a 7S In IAnenln hall It has furmerlv hd model school boys In Its mnuitErshin hut last year voted to limit Us membership U unties who an at least aa flr along as Academy or Normal d i urtmenc In future Studmti In model school who have already hrn mmbers of the Union Society remain their mem bership In It Tits Union Society has nn annual iwbltc debate with the Ilea Kama Society which Is on of the great events of the yes Inlon hun won the last two years and hmra for a put Of good debaters from whom to nelert their champions for this year All bOIll not below the Aeidemy nr Normal are Invited to visit the fnkon Society Friday night TUB HKTA KAPPA 8OCIBTY furnishes a literary tralHlnv school for men from Ute Academic Normal and Itnslness defnrtmenia and reach ea tide fellows who have had no so ciety work of any kind before coming to its meeting Its motto Is Dally 1m provfinent and that to the real watch wool for Its members It furnished n larg pert of the best membership for tine Alpha Zeta and Ibt Itolfa So clftloa The Beta AlPpa meetings are held Krlclay nights at 710 In roc in 11 Lincoln Hall THIS IHI DBLTA SOCIETY has a inombershl of only teen In the Collegiate department It was organ ized and the present wnstttutlon adopted In 1XR8 as the outgrowth of an informal social Rod literary lycoum which had existed among the students and teachers from the foundation of the school sonic fifteen years before Father nogom tvss the tiNt nreelilmt When Lincoln Hnll was built the trustees gave the society the large room at tho oat end of the third floor which has since held the name of Phi Delta Hull This roots has been furnUhod and d oomted at con Rldornblo cxpcnio and is still the homo of the Bocloty areholllthe nhll11wclromoTUB ALPHA ZETA 8OCIHTY was orennlzcd In 1S9I Its chief lx1ICIIROn rell08hlllwhichtrials and troubles of tho quest for j nn education and gives Inspiration for future struggles FrlIdaynewhallI An especial invitation Is extended I AlphaZetaI bo sure of n hearty welcome TUB LADIES SOCIETIES como last but nraby no means of nnd1Iteof great value to our College girls I I ++ ++ t+C i REAL ESTATE I linro n fnnn containing 71 acres noxt to the pike and in ronuh of Rerun College This Is n very good farm JIt hB n large IIOIIHO on It good miter good barn anda goal orchard Thuro nre 16 acres in gram This farm is worth Moro than I link for it There Is now 4 stores In tolMtuoo on tho plato that Is an fine OH thoro Is In Madison 0011 II tAllY ono wanting this place will do woll to mall nail tROO1 P IJIoknull at once I also have Improved and unimproved lots in Heron t for 8010fjileniatitfl fortillzor Wobor wagons buggies paints oil8fronQng steel anti galvanlcetl I make n specialty In put I ting out rooting If you wil call nt mystore I will show you the latest lost and most economical oils torts that are I on tho market A perfect beauty awl n grunt comfort to the lady in the kitchen I have n very complete lino of groceries Imrdwnre dry goods clothing mad if you wnnta good stilt of olollitm nt very little money como nod we me I Pa BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BUREA KENTUCKY hO + MV MhhhhOO4++ t+++ + THE ITILJE DlIXK SOCIETY I for young women was orRaoisml In INN Its object Is to increase the knowledge of literature power of ex iiression and friendship among the girls f the College and town It welcomes Into membership the young women of the Inatltution who are classed alone the eighth grade alit any young won who Is an la Mh ol but who would be clamed above that grade If abe were IM school The Society meets la the east room of Ladles Mall oa each Friday sight PI FPHIUON M ho youngest of the ladles Ut ranr son etIce was orgialssd aVptsmbsr U 105 with nfte B charter member The object of the Society Is the literary nnd snclal Improvement of Is metntwrs and good tortured rivalry and iHMnpstltU with other literary xockrilsa The colon of this Society are white the aymlml of purity of purpose and riiarncer and lsnn1 gin the nun lilcm of vtriory and aKce s A rh llpiK from PI Kpslloa 11 for n public rehire WM turrMted by rill inuhe On the cvialn of Marsh JOth i he nmipst took piece aad victory crowned the fffurts of challenging society The spirit of fellowship and goodwill was misifesled by the royal so cial entert liiB at of this Society by tile Dule add the open meting which It tout with ttlle Iilre en guestA love ft rlnsd a Inrreetifan- year A moat cordial Invli illni In es tended In the srudenis new end oM to vl1I our Sorlelv nil to bfrmp tivr1 asMrlated wit f al The following OWera were el riil by the various wxletles last Krl la night Itil 1pltaIIftL John Weleh VI PIB II H Clack Recording tare A K HoMon rorreK ndiiiK STY ihi c Paikrrwon Trena J It YiMinn k KuMalArms K A llen lr- Alh Xita PTH non lloffm n 1 lifirit M K Washburn KNi nl ln 8er Alfred Mese orlK iiil inr tMy H B Klnnard Berg suIaI Atnii M V Uohens CTtorlM r Ray RaNtmitn Critic John rkrd II AM t Rer eVcy nah laln Dlnxlorc Meaare Kelly Comlw and Huff Hila KappDirtrr Lewis Joker VhPr Morris Huff IttOCflrtllnC Beer John Iiasford CorresiionillnR fkey Chas Flnnfrv Tretui Albert Keffer aVrfaaiitMArraa I twrenco Newman Chorister Utwr Mulllns Third member of literary board Rich and Drage hnioaPres Henry Short Vice Prss Walter Lakes Itecortllng Secy Charles DwMvon Tress Matthew Smith Sergeant at Arms Olllwrt Beage Critic Hlmon Murray Utile Dulce 1rwi Bees MAr h VlcsPres Mss Harrison Iloordlnt Seer Mary Jones Treaa Ullle Chris noun 8erKf nntatAnna China Ilud xm Third member of Kx Commlttm Grace Malden q K a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Na tures emulsion butter dlgestlon tremely nourishing but emulsifiedI Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it Is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine In the world Sond for froo oamplo SCOTT it DOWNE Chemists 400416 Ponrl Street Now York COo and 100 All druggists LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlmo Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Doing North Train 4 Dally Loitvu Itarun SiS n tit Arrive Richmond 1 ton m Arrive Paris 5i8u III Arrivo Chlultnulti760a m Going North Train 2 Dally Lonvtt Moron 121 p III Arrive Itlulmwnd2O0 p in Arrive Parts380 p in Arrive Cinolunnll010 p in Going South Train 3 Dally Lunvti Mural 121 p m Arrive Knoxvill 810 p Ins DallyLdtivoArrive Knoxville 780 n in lairhrtur11 vnturnKamrW H BOWER Ticket Agent FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 7 TARE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer A mAiiAvrrii ctitK Hilt TIMEM 111ctlaINTMRNTfuiuocureinStoiytayT sue New Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Cnnficld City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN nUll get your clothes cleaned nnd prumed by J C BURNAM- The WrIt End Barber Shop Phone 67 ino a suit is all it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has n few dmlmblo houses to rent in heron BOUIO of them gardenInquire any week tiny JI to 12 a m or 3 to 4 p u- lOvrtrrrrrrrrrrrKKrrrtrrrKrr rn t For Sale or esRent Cheap I rst Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on k ior address x 1EKuarlrKaKrtttlKrrrKrKKKIrKyda 4 it0 Ability arty Iithtotrg r Wiit a foU i11 at ITtna By MAJGEN WILLIAM A BANCROFT PresIdent Button Elevated Rillroid I IR OTIITNO succeeds like industry joined with honesty That may bo accepted an a mien to which there arc few exceptions It is true of course that a young mon may have pow erful relatives or friends who eon place him in an advanta genus position who can hold him there or obtain for himpro motion involving increased advantage and income pad who under ordinary circumstances may insure him a high degree of prosperity while they live or their influence survives Hut if the extraordinary condition arises if that influence be withdrawn and the young man be thrown suddenly upon his own mental and moral resources ho may or may not fall If ho hat j been supported entirely by the influence to which ho owed his original good fortune if ho line not developed qualities of decision self and industry he is likely to go to pieces relianceI I The ones are not numerous in which in influence alone rater tn ifMurn a succoteful lWr for any man to the very end and the JKMUT of influence or pullso called bears no comparison with that push 011 pOWCl1arIt u impossible for any great enterprise to exist without that kind oi man and ooh a pcnum always is in demand He may have dome diiliculty in obtaining tho necessary start he limy have to do much toward creating his own opportunity Tito young man who has opportunity provided for him enjoys that miufldvantogc i other things being equal ho nay be Mid to enjoy a pore manent opportunity Influence is therefore consideration of vnlut not to bo underestimated Hut it is unreasonable to think that it can ever take the place of industry and onlerprlw The old Korean prororb hall it U lCllobor conquers nil things la bor being another namo for industry That is as true as it ever was rind in n society like ours under the institutions that we enjoy it is truer than it ever was Ifa young man contemplates a career in which he aspires to be use fill push that iiwto say industry is tla quality along with honesty iwiiiiii he must cuiuvnio with till nstnt earnest devotion PnUon the I other liiiiid is at beat a precarious support to lean on m r 11aitrut11r of err illy UEL015D CARTIIY Author or Alen and Dose D The vaudeville of love gives us tho greatest and most varied programmes cnn wo but bring ourselves to oat it ltd oppression takes BO many many forms that it is ever bewildering from faro to drama and from spec jffll to tragedy ever holding our minds and senses and giving to uj new Rod nitvcr faces always sparkling ia the light of its queer luster and keep illS us always guessing Annabel love Dick with every throb of her foolish IHllo heart and them she would scold mother for tolling her something of the wisdom of v5T She loves them both so well that if she had to choose which ol the two the would save in a shipwreck she would tell you that olio couldnt lie without either of thorn llnrry loves Jane with every ounce of his 192 pounds and he knows thatjslic gets a year older crory night ho stays out after 12 oclock but he ampta every invitation to tho club dinners in the winter and when lu fit trying to put his shoos in the chiffonier and his hat on the jardiniere ho tells her he has never found out what love meant an lhe knows that jn the morning sho will bring his bromo and breakfast upstairs and lie to her father as to what time he camo home As for me I love only Tip my collie lie behaves himself and cousc mo no worry he loves me because I am kinder to him than any ono else nnd 1 lovo him because ho doesnt hurt my feelings and ho always flal1 ler my vanity because ho wont notice any one else when 1am around The more a man loves you tho more cruel ho is or the more you seen to stiller by his tclfisluicM Tip isnt cruel and ho is faithful and if cvei henrllbtulIIdjab to be the audience 31 Ani J L1iIIrrI- Rr tprl fly BISHOP SAMUEL fALLOWS D changing Am I my brolhcrj j keeper Yes 1 am if 1 am director ofa com l pany in which thox wel fare of hundreds or even thousands of my brothers and sisters is involved nut how can 02 men hold 1439 directorships in cor 1 porations managing hiI I lions of moneyas Stuyveaant Fish has just made knoWn to us and keep proper wutch over tho interests involved I myklntyjust wages null to Jaku a personal interest just ns far as possible in his volfcrc I cannot live in luxury and splendor from lho result of his toil nnllilualorJtlniy brother la ruined and driven to suicide by the machinations and manipulations of tho few heartless conscienceless men who control itt afriha I As a brother to 1111 prisoners and captives lorI whom I pray I must do all in my power Jo those who arc sent out of our oven penal and aSSJistI tory institutions to lead honorable and useful CS must extend to them a helping hand I must give them work if I can do so I mu t cooperate heartily with nil organizations haying the welfare of such per olid asdlsttnctob ecta j e It NONE SO BLIND A3TH08E WHO WILL NOT SEE e tl i1 ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESpnOTEfTION UN DEFI to T- MlPROTECTION R f1ADE TARIFF yroE I ANYTHING NEVER jtEV15 7 pUTceNSlSY TE- RplOsrElrrt N RO DI PRoc Esa I TINKERING WITH THE TARIFF Protection Enemies Hope Sectional Discontent Will Break Down System Finding nothing else to combat when they take up the coming politi cal campaign tho Democrats are like ly to make the proposition to tinker with the tariff tho main issue They already have found hopes of victory in Massachusetts whero the shoo man ufaoturora want a lower tariff on hides to that they may buy leather j cheaper the American packing con bidetI talc supplies to carry out their con tracts without putting up tho price cf their products- In I somo localities In tho eastern states there Is a popular demand for I a readjustment of tho tariff rates on andIwith American materials but in everyI conspicuous Inhlanco tho demand is numberItho people as a whole not tho peeI plo of particular localities Were this not the case tho tariff would bo unfair and unjust In adjusting rates the several localities to bo affected for good or evil were given respectful con sideration but tho good of tho whole final18calofor an equitable tariff could bo adopt I UnItedIlor favors to special localities Anything which affects ono locality more than another is not chargeable to fa goodItlcular locality under tho operation of tl law general nnd broad In Its scope JIscrhnlnaI of people of particular localities against the tariff schedules a matter of national interest will bo In line with the long established policy of tho Democratic party to draw sectional lines and array ono portion of time country against tho others to create special pleas Instead of presenting national propositions In combating the opposite party Tho unexampled prosperity of tho past 12 years Is duo to tho protection given by tho statesmen of tho Republican party td domestic Industries Any departure from that policy will bo a break in tho wall of defense be bind which American labor and cap- Ital have fought foreign Invasions Tinkering with the tariff will ho liko throughIa wear way for a larger flow and finally destroy tho whole barrier against the floods Dohlnd a safe wall of reasonable ft lr and Just protection the American pro pie aro building up Industries and do veloping material wealth at a rate novel dreamed of by the oldUme Bourbon statesmen whoso war cry always was freetrade and cheap labor Good wages to the workmen and a fair profit to tho capitalist mako tho wheels of Industry go round smooth ly And constantly and both tho wago of tho workman and tho profit of capitalist depend upon keeping7tlgates closed to the products cf cheap labor abroad and tho incoming of cheap stuff from tho overcrowded markets of other nations This policy may mako prices higher In this country to tho consumer but It gives tho consumer the came relatively high prIce for what he producw and thus evens uj the scale and keeps the wnecls of industry and the marts ot ectnmcrcc going There Is something 1 i- it doing under a protective tariff and thats what makes a happy people Closed factories halftilled farms rust lag railroads dilapidated cities and towns may bo attractive to Bourbon Democracy but the aggressive Repub liana of this country want to see something going on all tho than They ute the apostles of Industry and nabs ity not the advocator of freetrado and plenty of leisure Boonvlllo Mo Republican CAMPAIGN ON HIGHER LINESI Republicans This Year Do Not Need to Make Any Defense of the Dingley Tariff Voters In tho west aro under no necessity of resting satisfied with the bald assertion that the Dlngley act tit tho perfection of tariff legislation while oven tho party opponents of that act are compelled In their statements of facts and conditions In tho business world to prove its surpass- Ing efficacy The widening distribu tion of manufacturing industries over tho country Is at last admitted by the free traders after years of denial because tho fact has now become BO palpable that continued denial even free traders can see would Involve a disastrous reaction against those persisting In It The diffusion of Investment and of enterprise under tho Dlngloy tariff law are such as to be capable of easy domonotratlon They In fact demonstrate themselves and make The bald assertion that tho Dlngley act Is tho perfection of tariff legislation unnecessary Bald asser tion Id never necessary when facts and figures aro available If wo are to have a tariff campntgn this year It is growing reasonably clear that It is to boon higher lines than in the day of tho last great ob fuscatlnn Cleveland got tho key to the White House In 1892 on incongru Ides and absurdities which cannot be repeated In any tariff campaign into which tho Democratic party will yen ture lit let Itself be driven without wiping It oft tho map It finds Itself forced to admit the distribution of manufacturing Industries and the ex Islenco of a home market for food stuffs and raw materials raised oa tho farms Tho country retains a vivid recollection of the last campaign In which it was contended that there was no distribution of manufacturing in dustry and no home market which could maintain the prices of farm products Tho Republican party has recognized in the passage of the rail way rebate and regulation law that Ittt broad national policy of diffusing industrial growth and placing consumers and producers on ono com mon basis of Interest must bo sup plemonted by new legislation It concedes that tho DIngley law while It has worked miracles of change from tho sounhuso era of tariff tinkering under Cleveland must bo buttressed by other laws regulating Internal commerce between tho states fiom time to time It makes no claim of absolute perfection for any human device But according to Democratic testimony the results of Its policy to date nro such that It ntay well stand pat for the campaign SL Louts GlobeDemocratJr Smartness How do those particular members of tho smart set show their smart ness nsked tho Inquisitive person In keeping out of tho divorce court answered Miss Caycnna Washington Star Purity Tha public executioner of Austria I wears a pair of now white gloves cavllarlsentencG I I STEq J IMILITIA WILL SCREW DOWN Louisville Lid If the Police Cant Do ItI Says Gov Beckham I Louisville KrGov Beckham told Mayor Iaul Cv Barth that he wanted nlrsaloonsdnd theaters In Louisville closed on Sundays and that It ho did not have sufficient police power to carry this order IntO effect ho mhe governor would assist him by calling out the mllltla The governor the mayor and the city attorney talked the mat ter over for about an hour The gov armor declared the law was being violated by allowing saloons to keep open for the sale of soft drinks and that it was the duty of tho state and city to see that they were closed Mayor Burth said that he did not know it was necessary to take any additional steps relative to Sunday closing The saloon men say heywill stand on their rights and will keep open next Sunday for the sale of soft drinks despite the governor IKENTUCr METHODISTS Of Central and Eastern District Are Meeting at Winchester I Winchester Ky Methodists of Central and Eastern Kentucky are meet Ing hero in annual conference The preliminary meeting was presided over by Rev D F Chatham of Covington but the real opening of the conference was directed by Right Rev Bishop Eugene It HendrIx of Kansas City Mo Rev J M Woods preached at the First Methodist church the scene of the meeting The citizens gave a recep tlon to the visitors and the college students In the new Kentucky Wesley art college building Dr W P Taylor chairman of tho board of education was called home by tho death of his wife Winchester people have asked that Dr J L Wober tho retiring pres ident of the Kentucky Wesleyan col lege bo assigned here succeeding Rev J R Savage transferred HELD BY HIS HEELS Out of a ThirdStory Window Charges of Hazing In a High School Hopklnsvllle KyJohn Lawson William Earle George Abbott Charles Meacham and Joe Slaughter five pu pils of tho public high school have been suspended for the alleged hazing of freshmen The charge was pre erred by City lax Collector H C Moore who alleged that his son had been held by his heels out of a third story window When the teachers ar rived at the Clay street school build Ing they found that red paint had been freely used on tho gate and on tne front step appeared Ye who enter hero leave all hopo behind On the doors and windows were numerous signs spelled according to President Roosevelts revision method JUDGE LASSINGS PLACE Cn the Democratic Committees to Be Given to Haldeman Louisville Ky Following the res Ignatlon of Judge J M Lasslng as memboratlarge of the democratic state central and executive committee It was authoritatively given out that Col W B Haldeman would bo selected to fill tho vacancy It Is thought that Chairman Lewis Mc Quown will Issue a call for a meeting in a few days when Col Haldeman will bo formally given tho post It Is not now believed that the namo of Louis Descognets of Lexington who has made an active canvass for tho position will be presented to lie com mittee as Col Haldorean has more than enough votes to carry him through Benton Will Not Sit Winchester Kyn the suit of Sam Jell against James Hargls JUdgo Den ton has declined to sit stating that Judgo Hargls had cherished an Imag- Inary grievance against him for years and he believes that Hargls has arrived ata state of mind where ho- believes Denton would not give him a fair trial Will Call Special Seulon Louisville KIt is said that Gov Bockham will call a special session of the legislature after tho election to pass an act that will make It more easy to enforce the Sunday closing laws It is said that the governor ad mite public sentiment In Louisville does not sustain strict observance of tho present statute Kentucky Incorporations Frankfort KyTho following como panics filed incorporation articles with the secretary of state Grayison County Supply Co J25000 John W Counts Co McCracken county 5000 Columbia Mantel Co Louisville in creased Its capital stock frogs =25000 to 160000 Book McCreary Lexington KyW n Hawktes and Wllla Vlley managers of the local- campaign In tho Interest ot Seaator J mes B McCreary returned from Loulsvlllo whore they completed ar rangements to have him speak In this City the night of SeptcmbrT Streavel Is Fresd Lexington layJames Streavel charged with tho murder of his uncle William Wilburn was dismissed by County Judge Bullock The witnesses testified that Wllbum hid fired the neat shot tl1R T DEATH IN ITS WAKE f Shower of Timbers and Iron Followed w the Bursting of a Bolter ML Sterling ftyA terrific explosion Iroccurred at Marrbar Menlfee coun ty when the boiler of Riley Waters waajtornJohn Hale were Instantly killed their bodies being badly mutilated by fall ing timbers and pieces of Iron buss IJt iiJllme dreds of feet away The loss on tho mill will bo about 2000 This Is the 17In2 His BrotherEnLaws Death Glasgow Kyr mystery sur 4frou- ndIng the murder of Ed Hoggard who was killed on tho night of Au gust 8 while asleep at the home ot hlaibrotherinlaw J E Franklin at drecnburg Ky is thought to be about cleared away Just before ho waa tlellersera Franklin has been arrested charged with the crime The fact thatrled to his arrest was the striking simi larity of his handwriting to thatot + L the party who wrote tho threatening letters After being held to the grand jury Franklin admitted writing hla brotherinlaw a letter Just for fun g71t GOEEEL CASES r- Are Again Kept From Trial Continu w ances Being Granted r AFrankfortf when the cases against W S r 4Charles FInley John L P GoebeliW U Culton indicted for the assassination were called for trial Commonwealth Attorney Franklin asked that they be continued and asxalias summon Issued for each of themrThis order has been entered in these rtemberw Golden Green Golden Frank Cecil and Zack Steele were continued without alias summons Tho where abouts ot all the abovenamed men except John L Powers and W IL Cut ton Is known f AT THE BEDSIDE ieO-f His Critically III Father Doctor + Shoots His Stepbrother Tt5 jFultoncritically III father J E Moore Dr Jeff Moore Is alleged to have shot and 4Instantly killed his stepbrother Van Williams Owing to his fathers 111 ti 3 ness Dr Moore had been summoned a from hIs home in Nevada Mo Wit llama came to the bedside fromhia home in Emory Miss It Is alleged reWilliarrest Tho cause of the trouble U fT unknown ti Worms at the Tobacco= t7 Sharpsburg KyTho tobacco growers of this section are complaining of the multitude of tobacco worms which are devouring the late crop The rates have been so continuous that the parts green which ordinarily Is applied to kill the pests has been constantly washed oil I Railroad Man Dies Lexington KyThe remains of r Charles W Beasiey arrived here from I New Orleans and wero burled in the Lexington cemetery lie was the sow of Mrs J M Beasiey and with two brothers had been employed in the Illinois Central freight offlceu at New Orleans Car Builders Satisfied Louisville The trouble between the IJUsenger car builders and the officials of the Jeffersonvills branch ef the American Car and Fouar dry Co was adjusted by the company rvrSaturdaygeacles Killed by Traction Car Lexington Ky Charles Tuttle of Cincinnati was run oyer and killed some time Thursday night by an Interurban car on the Versailles Traction line Ills body was not found un til next morning and it was Impos sible to ascertain Just which car or at what time Tuttle was killed Lexington Woman Death Corinth Misv Mrs George PaineFof Lexington Ky who is visiting friends id Corinth succumbed to In juries fucclved In a runaway recent ly Her remains were shipped to Lex ington Not Less Than 5000 Expected Hopklaavllle KyNot loss than Me 000 people are expected to attend the third annual reunion of tho Dark To bacco District Planters Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennessee which Is to be held at Guthrie Ky OB September 22 1 r Capt T J Patlllo Dead Dallas Tex CapU Thomas Jeffer son Patlllo SI a native oC Louisville tFKy and who had lived In Texas 61 jItyears died at his home near Saver He was noted as a lywrtsman kavia8sthe finest each of founds in Texas wsJt y 1rl f t- U 11 u fh1 qv lio e0eeoneipcndence pubUihed antes signed U fnU by the writer The nameoof Ulth Write pW- nlyoiqofoe0eoeoeoeoeoeoeotoeoioeoeoe0eotoeoeoeoe0e0eoie OWSLEY COUNTY lAlUIAUD Sept 131VI are having lots o- fminD T Mayers of Boouevill was here Thursday on business Lincoln Bolia of Eversolo was lien Friday Jas R Oabbaril spent lust Sunday with relatives Mary bun visited relatives on Linious Creek last week Jacob Gabbard Broker has been sick but is out again Dick Gabbard had a fodder pulling Thursday Findley Boliu and Tis Jlornaby are in the logging business Mrs Nancy Combs is visiting reo Intivos at this place The overseers t of our roads are La ing some of the gaud holes filled up this weekAr thur Garrett returned homo from LouUrlllo Friday where he had beer i to purchase goods Ho is teaching Wiool at this place anti so ho dis missed this week Will Reynolds left last Sunday afternoon for Darby Moninua to join George Reynolds and Bona Edward and Marion whoa thornEly Reynolds of Clay City Ky is visiting relation on Cow Crook Mr and Mrs Michael Rey news and little son and Mrs Charles Reynolds and babe nilof Hamilton 0 ore visiting relatives in this neighborhood R W Minter of Ilydon Is hero this week to sell the A C Gabbard farm which belongs- to his wife and T L Gabbard a son of A 0 He is expecting to sell to a tie linnTho college which was looked for on Cow Cpk is a thing of the post ROCKCASTLE COUNTY f3CttFOLi CANE Ser t8Sam Burnell and WmPow ers are making railroad ties and haul ing them to the station Bill says he has been in the woods so much this spring and summer he is getting wild Burley Lainhart and John H Jones went to Jackson county after a load of peaches Marcus Isaacs left for Hnmiltou this morning He has spent much of the summer traveling John Ponder is picking tomatoes for the canning factory Mr Ponder in our jarful blacksmithMrs Mary Laiuhart who has been quite sick is iaipror lug very rapidly Next Satur day the members of the G A R will told a meeting Mrs Kimball lavis hing her son in Hamilton OMr Harwood our stone cutter is working at his trade in South Carolina Wm who has had rheumatism all and summer is getting better rlJlenlll DISllTTANTA OSuuday school ai this progressing very nicoly Daisy Lake attended the Teachers Association at Climax Sept 8 Mrs Jural Copo is very sickMer iea Owens is very sick with chicken poxBorn to Mrs Fanny Abney a boyWeare very sorry to hear that W B Jones of Obochland wu seriously wounded by Hard Mftlioote Sam Richmond is going to Jackson county to haul spokes William Gadd killed a mad dog in I his yard a few mornings agoJohn Edd Kinnard of Madison visited friends at this place last week nub Payne has a sore foot Virgia attendedtinightLeo Saturdayitbeen an invalid for two years passed hero Sunday on her way to her son f Spencer AbneyMr and Mrs Wil lie Simes of Jefferson Indhavo come here to make their home CLIirAX J Sept 17Farmers are busy save leg folder some are independent and saving their own fodder while others are having fodder pulliugs 4There have been several beau in this locality and the young folks are enjoying them There was a large crowd at New Hope church Sunday and nil listen ed 16 ft good sermon by Rev W J Chnateen Lizzie Forsytho was bap tised before preaching began The Teachers Association which met Sept 8th was a success but some of the teachers who were on the program were not present and visiting teachers took their places Lucy and Julia jr Brewer of Cartorsvillo visitedrela 1 lives and attended the Teachers As I sociation Mr McWhorter of Bray head Ky is here making pictures for a few daysTho trustees of Cli max school should be commended for the interest they are taking in the l schoolespecially Mr ScottWo hope all will take advantage of the offer made in the Citizen as to prein Sums KOCKFOUn Sept 18Mr and Mrs R L Ang 1 Hn of Climax visited Mr and Mrs W 31 lilnvllle Saturday and Sunday 11 rho protracted meeting at Scaffold 1 conducted by Rev F P Dry t u 1 cloaod Sunday night with ten ad r i t 01 Wa I J dlttons to the church Mrs Mat Northern died Saturday night of on sumption and was hurled Sunday Shi leaves a husband and four children Ella F Lake attended church at Sllvr Creek Saturday night ItOONK Sept ISRo J F Phelps preach ed at Fairview Saturday and Sunday G L Wren has sold his stock of store goods to J It lambert at Boom and his farm to Rev J W Lambert Mr Wren will engage In tho lumber business D G Martin has had a tel epnuiio placed In his residence thi- sweekJ H Lambert sold to Frank McDaniel five head of nice caulo last nttcl1IlClljchurchHiram Howlon had two fine head of cattle killed on the railroad last week Harrison Lambert of Let relativoheroFlank I returnedto their home In Villa Grove JIIMI1 timma aUIIff of Wlldlo is visiting her sister Mrs J 1 Taylor JACKSON COUNTY t1CO1lN Sept 111Ve nro still having lots of rain and tho roads are in bad con dition Everybody is looking for ward to and preparing for the associ ation which convenes hero on Friday and a good time is expected by all yesterday passedhereon businessQuite a lot of people arrived from Hamilton yesterday for the association and more are expect ed during the week Uncle Elisha Gtibhard who was hurt in tho mill explosion is slowly improving we hopo ho will soon be out again Tho circulation of the Citizen is now the largest of any paper looming to this office and you frequently hear there mark This is my parr knife etc We are having a good Sunday school at this place conducted by Rev AJ Moyorsandwe IIOJHJ to see the good work go on indefinitely ISflVPT Sept 1 1 TheSunday School rally held at Egypt Jackson county iy- on the 1st of September was a grand suede Sunday schools from almost all parts of the county were repro countyQuitoarranged which was completely car ried out The recitations of the pupils- of various Sunday schools were very interesting as were tho talks by teachers superintendents and citizens Notwithstanding the largo crowd there was abundance of good things to eat clearly demonstrating the genuine hospitality of the good people round about Egypt There seems to be a general awakening of interest in the Sunday school work in Jackson and adjoining counties The success of the rally at Egypt is due to the ef forts of John F Dean Mr Doan is a tireless worker and tho people of Jackson county feel grateful to him sail ovr Sep I71Ve are enjoying some pleasant autumn weather School at this place is progressing nicely Seldom less than sixty pupils in attendance Fodder in this vicinity is ripening slowly Nathan Pearson is tho only follow who has fodder ripe enough to saveAunt June Durham of Kerby Knob visited at J R Durhams last Fridayray Durham visited his cousin Mrs Lewis McGuiro and family last weekLewis McGuire and Jauieu Durham went to Richmond with a load of shingles Saturday Benja min Gabbard who is representing The Cox Hat Company of Bristol Tenn is now traveling in Teun and writes that ho is having fine success Harry Gabbard younger brother of Benjamin is engaged in agricultural work in Illinois He also writes be is getting along uicoly The church house at this place is fast be ing completed It is being built by carpenters Charles Durham and Joseph Trent Minnie and Ida Alcorn who have been visiting relatives at Alcorn passed hero Sunday on their way homeDavid Durham and fam ily were of Sherman Durham and wife of DevotionSunday James Durham visited home folks Friday night and went to McKee Saturday Margaret Durham was the guest jf Bessie Hurley Sundayevening J R Durham gave tho young folks a social Sunday night Lom snado and cake were served and all roport a fine time Edward Durham attended the association at Blauton Flat Saturday and Sunday KVKnOUKKJf Sept 17Ellen Isaacs and her brother Earner visited friends In Ever green Saturday Geo C Sparks and Grover Drew went to McKee Satur day on buslnessEdward Lake and Wm Sparks are sick at present E F Rose went to Derea last week on business Martha E and Lona Lak attended church at Bethel Sunday Wedding bells have been ringing here for the past two weeks Tom Ham mond and Ollle F Rose were married Thursday evening at Louis Griffins Cash Griffin and Mrs Mary J Rosa I o1UncleGarrett and edit Willie from thlslweckIrsCharles Phillips Harvey Lake it Wind Civo Is visiting relatives this week Tho Teachers horlwhich was postponed will b3 Pino Grovo September 29Aura Late spent Saturday and Sunday with Ea tella SparksT J Lake of Withers visited Edward Lake Saturday Mrs Whit Rose Is suffering with a bad toot caused by a bee sting I butt nUJI Sept 17S S Sparks of Evelyn was with us Saturday A H WIW hiatus Co are having an employe do some ditching In front of their estab lishment A largo number of people from this place attended the Assocln tlon held at Alcorn and report a very pleasant tlnioMr and Mrs JUg Wilson were tho guests of Mr and Mrs J K Parsons StturdayMrsr- ata Young Is very lov Messrs aWlloutplace are attending also sonic of our neighbor boys went and unto not returned yet Wonder what the trouble 1sTTurner Kelly visited on Middle Fork Wednesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs Juno Haynrr visited on Mid tile Fork Tuesday Traveling lien seem to 10 plentiful Among those hero tho past week wore Messrs Craw ford Simpson Reynolds Wilson and JncUsou C C Carroll and C Webb went to Winchester on business CLAY COUNTY- HKXTOVSCUKKK Sept 10nrj heavy rain visited this community Wednesday after noouG W Hunter has just com pleted roofing his now building A now born baby visited the hones of W N Burch Aug 10Nathan Burch had a very were hit on tho upper lip with a baseball Saturday lustTho Missionary Baptist ASRO ciation hold its annual session at the New Prospect church near tho mouth of Laurel Creek Friday Saturday and Sunday Tho Clay County In stitute convened at Manchester Ky last Monday with J C Mills as in structorThe teachers of Clayeon sitter themselves very fortunate in securing tho service of such an edu cator Mr and Mrs Date Cornell have just returned from Richmond whorl they have been visiting friends and relatives Slim Sundlin who has been ill with fever is bettorDian Ellen Burch in visiting her daughter Mrs J H Edwards of Grnylmwk Jackson county this teekWe aro sorry to announce the death of Mrs Leto Ray which occurred Tuesday night Riloy Burch is erecting a non blacksmith shop Henry Pet ors of White Oak Owsloy Co passel hero on his way to tho association before mentioned Tho Sisemoro brothers are putting up n mill near the mouth of Sextons creek for tho purpose of sawing railroad ties TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES John Barrett American minister to Col nnbtn and Joseph W J Leo American minister to Ecuador arrived at Panama Michael Lloboi Jr was elected la a Joint convention of councils as mayor of tho city of Eric Pa to till tho vacancy created by tho death of Robert Bailsman Philip D Stewart recently metal natod for governor of Colorado on tho Republican ticket sent a letter to tho Republican state chairman declining tho nomination l Coroner Walsh of San Francisco to his annual report of deaths for the year ended Juno 30 1906 figures there were 428 deaths reported as caused the earthquake and tire byIi J H A Bono veteran associate itor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and ono tlmo boyhood chum of John D MrlBonetrlct board of elections of the Sixth Ohio congressional district decided that C Q lllldorbrand was tho regularI nominee of tho Republican I congressWilliam Randolph Hwuet opened his campaign for governor at a mass meeting held at Cooper union Among other things ho said Our Httlo league U only local but It U fired with tho spirit of 7C Samuel and Edward Graft at Tokxto 0 who wore sentenced to tho Mounds yule W VaM penitentiary for one I year in connection with tho postal scandal havo boon released upon tho completion of their terms E H Harriman and his auoclatca have acquired control of tho Baltimore Ohio Railroad company and propose using It with probably tho Chicago 8IAlton as tho connecting link in form ing with tho Union Paoiflo a through line from ocean to ocean Placing his liabilities tn 7WX 7 find assets at not as much as ono cont Allen Caporton who gives his occupa tion as that of a clork and his homo liS Suffolk Va has tiled a petition in voluntary bankruptcy In the United States court at Norfolk Vft Lake Steamer May Have Sunk Port Huron Mich Sept 19Whoa the stonmor John J Albright passed Port Huron Tuesday she reported Rav- Ing sighted a lone man afloat on a raft In Lako Huron five unties northeast of eureka shoal lightship A thick fog overhung tbo lake and by tho tirao Albright was stopped and thoI around the raft was out ot sight tn halo and the ship was unable to again I ocato It Tho lifesaving crow has gone out Into tho lake to continuo tho search It Is thought possible that a steamer may have sunk No Roth Hathonan London Sept IDA dispatch from Warsaw to the Jewish Chornlclottnte that In view of disquieting rumors tbo rabbis of Warsaw have reoomwandml that the Jews do not 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