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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 OBO 0 OBOBoaoBOBoaoaoB0609 I g B S o P o ososoeoeosososososoeosososoTHE IVOL VIII Five CcntH u Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 27 1000 One Dollar Year NO 15 l1 Do you get your Citi zen every week If not you will do a kind ness to yourself and the paper by writing to The Citizen Berea Ky and saying what num bers you have not received Sometimes the paper will be a day or two late We cannot help that But we are careful to send it to ev ery subscriber whose address we have every week Ifyou fail to get it we want to know it and find out why IDEASIFraginonls from William B Thorno It is the cajiietit task of fnlth to touch with glory the scones of the past Tho great task of faith Is to touch with glory the econcn of the present Our Ixtttt work iftnlwnyH dono when we tiro no hallrIn It that wo forgot it iwork The tliiagH that apoil u boy nu n playmnto spoil u mini OH a IJllHhwAAI aiwoclato If you And that not like to play with you you had tatter find out the reason for it for it moons that when you nro grownup people will not like to workwith you IChrolrauntyepa gotIntiny while Peat won out taking n rido and the way ho clawed dust teas a caution He reared up In fronts kickedup behind and jumped side wnya at an unexpected moment Peat said ho thought if tho mule was going to get up ho would got down but ha gotdown1IfI got down at the end I dent ro member which end it was I will whip that mulo more yet la my eyo black FROM THE WIDE WORLD Word from St Petersburg HiiMla dated Sept 21 says that tho terror lilt have scattered broadcast tho call to kill tho Czar and other of the Russian government This call is girlZenaideGeneral Mln la few days ago The report referred to last week that tho government was planning a massacre of Jew In Warsaw was evidently faloe as wo thought at the time No such slaughter has taken place In Cuba President Palam and all hli cabinet have resigned The presi dent has accepted tho resignations of his s crctarlcs and has lulled a spec tel session of the Cuban Congress to consider Ida own resignation Ho has retused to help Secretary Taft carry out his plans for securing pence without armed Intervention of the r United States and his resignation Is looked upon as hostile to his own country and ours President noose velt Is hurrying soldiers and supplies to Cuba and It Is probable that the governCubaIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Atlanta white men began and as a result up to the present time eighteen negroes and one white man have been killed und many other negroes wounded anil some fatally The start of this great outrage came from the printing iu treat letters and glaring headlines of Accounts of assaults Inado or attempted by negroes on white women Of the guilty negroes some had been killed and some had escaped Those killed and wounded In the massacre thus stirred up were none of them tho men who had committed these as saults but were for the most part In nocent people who were cut beaten and shot just because they were negroes The militia was called out to aid the police In restoring order and It Is t that the rioting Ig over A large mass meeting was held Sept 25 which condemned this mob murder and demanded protection of all citizens while und colored from all violence The killing of Jews In Russia and Armenians In Turkey has shocked the heart of the world People start olio stories about the Jews or the Armen lane and ruffians who delight in bloodshed and booty rush In and kill the peacablo neighbors Tho same thing Is happening in parts of America where some of the people have been brutalized by slavery Such was the massacre In Atlanta Cer lama newspapers have long been stir ring up the evil passions of the mob against the colored people None of tho Industry Intelligence loyaltyplety and good deeds of the negro are men tioned but every negro crime or fault Is published and exaggerated and false tales are added Atlanta contains barbarous r a Turk So they set out to stop negro negroesThe state butItshould have such cowardly ruffians With white faces In our land at all CITIZEN LOOK OUT FOR MORMONS Mormon missionaries arc still at work among us They are dangerous Why arc they dangerous Because most of them arc good people teaching earnestly a religion which they think is right and which has eom truth in it But the religion as a whole is false and teaches untrue and bad things about God and untrue and bad things about what is the duty Of man If the missionaries were all wicked hypocrites and taught nothing but what was false and wrong they would not be dangerous peopleiL the Bible teaches their peculiar doctrines Thais false but ignorant people may easily think it is true They say that the Book of Mormon is Gods word just as the Bible is But that is false Joseph Smith who wrote the Book of Mormon was a liar and a frau- DMany of his followers have been good and true people wh- erew deceived by him The Mormons have tried to send polygamists to Congress and they wish to get enough converts so they can have the laws against polygamy changed If you love a pure home and pure religion beware of the Mormons COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY In the election at Mt Sterling on- Sell 19 two wards went dry and Ui other two wet The context Wal very hot and bitter Indictment haw bran returned charging two of the 1110111 keepers with coneplrncy tu murder Itev II W Trimble editor of tho Ml Sterling Advocate which was In the front of the dry Winks Th voting on tho subject of the saloons was Illegal however ns the law doe bonTho temperance people therefore hope to have tho election set aside and theI saloon question submitted to the en tire county In which they feel our of a victory that will make the whol county dry On Sept 20 the low of Nlcholasvlllo wOnt dry and on the saino day the eounty of Woodford b a maturity of over 100 voted the i wtcense and everything will nourish J J 1111111 NILclleBeep till HIIJK on Thn 1nrin In III AiUlcr We reprint from tho New York byJNorthern Railroad at the opening of iltu Minnesota State iulr September 3 llMrt tivrr boy and man Interest ud In his own and his countrys guo should carefully read It and thin about IU The way to keep the boys on the farm is not to refuse to lot flmakeare contented and happy and Ian do better than any where else and sec ondly to give thom a good common school education and then send them to a college like Doren where they can learn the things they need to know to Improve the farm and rook It pay In Germany and England and In tho UultPd States too Schools of Agriculture are being started by the DIllYloomought to know about funning which It hoe taken hundreds of years f other to learn Have your boy rend this speech of Hills and toll him you want him to bo the best farmer Kentucky nnd will solid him to sch and help him on the farm It ho wl start out to make a success Here Mr lulls speech- Notwithstanding the addition of more than a million people a ear from abroad nearly all of them me UvInl atthothodifficulties vainItnllroadlto get help at the highest market price and rind a largo percentage of those whom they employ niece hobo cs who desert as soon as they have suc ceeded iu getting transportation rot ono prat of the country to agondestramp a sum for a days work in the field unheard of in any otG country In tho world Tho sltuatlo- grows moro cmbarasslng yearly Maui of labor aro being reduced in some shOIhalllJomovement of population to the cltl grows more pronounced A consider able portion of this years magnet cent crop will bo either reduced in quality or altogether lost by reason of tho Impossibility of getting labor to handle it properly Discouraged small farmers are now selling their land to larger proprietors who CUll profitably substitute machinery forI men The country needs moro work ers on tho soil Not to turn the stranger away but to direct him to t towatcbwith tokeellsend youths from the city to awe Industryadvised political economy and an in telllgent patrlol1sll1IWithin years o must ee and employ In some fashion fifty mil bythohalftimesnationIna sterner problem than this certain prospect sols before us What aro whosekeeper andtheir disappearedOurIty ax something more than t h creature of u tiny Is the productivity distributionBnil tho greedy who choose to oak for It tho appropriation of largo areas for grilling have absorbed much of the national heritage Only onehalf ownershipe lnlgdof Its fertility Yet the waste of our treasure has proceeded so n that tho actual value of the soil for deteriorateod e of use nOn the new snob of tho west where once the wheat yield was from twenty to thirty bushels an acre It is now irons twelve to eighteen Frankly and toIdestroyed by the wearing If the earth were a garment that must be arth the mother of humanity Is to wear out what is to become of the prolynose Indefinitely under cultivation dlta B war to the future all contributing to the growth of population the productive sustainkThe single intelligent advance on practical linos made by public author yearsIsInspired and paid for by a few weeern railway companies It a real addition to tho source of f supply and the opportunity for empl men I lint it Is only a light breeze Ifeevery as feasible were executed and If all were comp t1 magiclamllnaOonaldomain 11Ito natural In crease and by Immigration for less aolthan three years o ameid 10 c a of national activity and economy according to a truer insight and moro rational mood dne on ko soil The next will bo to concentrate popular Interest and invention and occupatiuoa great at this moment use a slang which calls the stupid man a farmer Oonlus has shunned the farm and e ponded Itself upon mechanical appll antes and commerce and the manifold reactionstIIter tirstlny If we comprehend our probe aright all thin Will change and a larg asorw111nthe improvement of methods and t increase of yield tho wisdom and ti trsh to posterity an unimpaired Inheritance Continued Next Week FOR SALE HogsCRnBerea Ky braoof is c Prices reasonable sowingmachlne ragrag get some at R H Chrismaua F niture store 2 andIadmoneyiexporlenco andoncloe 84b Chief Contents of This Number IAOK ONI IdeM Vrfem the ride Worlil In Our Own Country EJ lturlalThtl Mormon StilleCtlra Premium + IAOK TWO Palm9erruSimplicityAerial IAGK TIIKKK elm and Vlrlnlljr College Itfmi Voter Munt itrgldereTake Notice Irenlilent JnwIiTour Latent Mjirket lleport OUIIt by 1rof Eo A Klrkpnlrtrk Lack if Slornl Courage by Ur HUH CoftllllI Niindny School Lrmion Temperance Nalra 1IVK Danield1olltlrnl Talk IAOK SIX Thb IIoniK Kouie Cooking School Ileclp- el by Mm lU- llTlIlkhtLewl Intctlcnl Arithmetic Jbtrvn Trncher Club A Trip to Mntton Cnmp by Mr OUney Htuilenta JouriiHl Cuban New 1AOKSKVKX New+ from Kverywhere IttHCale Ne VAOK KIOI1T Th ct Election CorrespondenceeKlglilh Kentucky IlUtory lunutragwe u list of books gluon for premiums for now tubscrlptlons or prompt renewals Our old sub crlbers are rushing In their News1gIn Story and Song is popu tar Below lsa description of the re ot our Renewal Premiums a splendid lot of pictures The entire- r list of premiums for prompt renewals and for new subscriptions will be sent to you tree If you write us a postal asking for it PICTURES Here we give a laree Hat of besot ful pictures In floe colors any of Is well worth framing and hanging on the wall of your best room Space forbids a description of tho picture such as we should like to give but we give the subject and a fort words of explanation PICTURES 7 by 5 INCHES So Near and Yet So Far Two kit tens watching a mouse In a trap where they cannot IPI It An Au tame Evening Beautiful landscape with river bank trees and sunset clouds PICTURES C 12 by INCHES Tho Visitor One nice old lady with sunbonnet in her inn talks to her edneighbor who Is knitting Fine old fashionedscene A Serious Case The old colored docUir Is holding the pulse of little plcklnlnny who alts on her old mammys Ian Very char acterlstic The Evening Chapter A fine looking old gentleman sits In his asy chair and reads from the Bible Just as It begins to get dark INCHESoyter Pour different pictures panels which really form a set each reprea eating one of tho seasons as a pretty maiden among trees and flowers or In winter surroundings The Early Bird and A Late Riser These are two companion panels giving scenes of chickens In the barnyard Of the Nobility Four great hound heads PICTURES 7 by 8 INCHES A Thorn A tine looking barefoot schoolboy sits on a rock and tries to get the thorn out of his toot Au foam by the Brook A beautiful seen of trees in fall colors overshadowing cattle standing and drinking in the creek PICTURES 6 hv 9 INCHES Among the Phlllntln I A humor ous picture of a linbv in trouble Three puppies are trying to tear Its dress oft while the T h licks up thVaVirginia A peculiar bit charming eprta6xtago by an apple orchard in full bloonl and a brook in tho foreground Old New England Homestead An old home on the river bask and a road thotue 10 by 14 INCHES or LARGER chlldreeua a himfvarlonmalt Child and Pet Kitten l Very handsomelady OneAwhere three good looking Dutch girls entertain a young man vho sits the with his funny wooden shoes and ea Aiand evening sky Who is It Grand behindFuturei hetuturerp sits halt dreaming about U Even hies A sweet young moths whileurNeedleanlyholds a plump fretful child on her idoctonpssuregarg oaellDOCKS HtorrThis00 ogee containing the New Testa o thebeste and fifteen secular songs for home Yl r Ia I oeouosolouoSoloiouoioeoteov oKeep Boys n the Farm a I 8 great speech by J JHUh in 0 o this weeks NOloloeolob o CitizenI a o s + s o 4 A Dead Dollar t y- y Is the Dollar you hide away which earns you IInothing whichis very likely to turn up inisiing some day without a moments warningII The Live DolJarft Is the Dollar which is deposited in our Savings Department where it is always Sale and always Earning Interest and where you can get it when you want it r We pay you 4 per cent to save t i One Dollar will open your account t Come in and talk it over Y Berea Banking Co sr Assets over 14000000 1 Capital 2500000 1 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashieri l ookokoKoatoltoKokoKoKoltoKoKoKoatokoltottoltoKoltoKoltolgo b otr oe0o AMo A o DRESS GOODS X Q r It Co o o Furs Skirts and Cloaks It Ato I- Io My stock is double the larg Y est and b y far the nicest I 0 o Itrevero Prices on Clothing are redhot Y It AuoC oM 1 o- d IA P SETTLE Jr TIo Phone 40 o JIt oo r ctlolsoMOMOlsolaoleoMolanaaoteolaolloMoMoMolNOMOMO1toMaMol Otro II + Always Remember the Full Nairn Laxative Bromo QuininE cures aCold in One Day GripinTwo ffr- ror zsa astoII ally good for concert or responsive reading In home or church This is a very popular book and It would be well It all our mountain churches nn Sunday schools could be supplied with copies of It2 Any one of these Standard Class ics about four by six Inches in size printed in good type bound in cloth with peat stamped designs on bat and sides Black Beauty by Sewall This is u famous story of tine horse and what became of him Black Rock by Ralph Connor Many of our readers know of Ralph Connor and his thrilling tales of rough life 1 mining and lumber camps This is story of western mining life Cricket DickensOnethis great author Addresses by Hen ry Drummond Any thinking man wfl ota helper and friend of our evangelist D L Moody Robinson Crusoe b thisbook t Or ng it It is one of the old stories that la always read and always Interesting Ten Nights in a Bar Room by Ar thur This story of the exciting and shocking events which took place I1 beenIuseful as a warning against the dan gers of drink k1retulumr tor New fiubicrlptlooi yearsawho has not previously been a uuh followStogtramluma premiumwmpaid or us soon thereafter as possible ThlIsknlfo with two strong blades of razor coontto buy ono frames We cannot sell butyforeloa J o i f t t iri q 4 i+ M G =SERENE SIMPLICITY With his grandchild on hla knee lie ills gazing ort at space Backward to simplicity lie has wandered In his faoe Theres tho simple childish look The old honesty once more That ha long ago forsook That ere knowledge came be ctn Though his tie has worked askew lie nor notices nor cares There Is lack of smartness too In the raiment that he wean appearsIBy the right of many years lie ignores It It he knows In the laces of the twain There Is natures honesty One has left off being vain One has not yet learned to her Clove to earth rnd unconcerned By the things the world may think OliO to wander one returned THey are sitting at the brink Iweet the Innocent teat lies Ina babys honest gaze Sweet the candor In his eyes Ere he learns of woildly way Bwc t the slmplcness of men After all the strife Is past The return to nature when Vanity departs at last S E loser In Chicago necordHermJd I THE GRAFTERS 17- rFRANCIS LYNDH tOepjrUht two trn aaeaRw oa CHAPTER XII COSTTSCCD This was the work of the first few administrative days or weeks and while it was going on the business attitude of the road remained un changed Dut once seated firmly in the saddle with his awkward squad ftrcll in hand the major proceeded to throw a bomb of consternation Into the camp of his competitors Kent was dining with Ormab In the ferlllroom of the Camelot club when the waiter brought in tho evening edition of tho Argus whose railroad reporter had heard the preliminary fizzing of tho bomb fuss The story WitS set out on the first page first column with appropriate headlines WAR TO THE KNIFE AND TILE KNIFE TOJ TIlE HILT lR WESTEHN CUTS COMMODE TY RATES Great Excitement in Railroad Circles Receiver Gullfords Holdup Kent ran his eye rapidly down the column and passed the paper across to Ormsby I told you w he said They didnt Und the road insolvent but they are going to make it so In the shortest possible order A rate war will do It quicker than anything else on earth Ormsby thrust out his Jaw Have we got to stand by and see em do itrThe man from Massachusetts says des and ho knows or thinks he does I He has been hero two weeks sow and he has nosed out for himself all the deadwalls We cant appeal because there is no decision to appeal from We cant take it out of the lower court until it is finished in the lower court We cant enjoin an oO cer of the court and there Is no au I thority in the state that will set aside Judge MacParlanes order when that order was made under technically legal conditions You could have told him all that In the first five minutes said Ormsby I did tell him and was mildly sat upon Today be came around and Gave me back itny opinion clause for clause an his own But I have no kick coming Somebody will have to ba here to fight the battle to a finish when the Judge returns and our ex pert will advise the Bostonians to re tain me Does he stayf Ormsby asked Oh no he Is going back with La ring tonight LorIng has an Idea oft his own which may or may not be worth the powder it will take to explode I 1 iiiis going to beseech the Boston pcoplo to enlarge the pool untilI It controls la safe majority stock IiI r i vi otlhoI What good will that doT None directly Its merely a safe preliminary to anything that may happen Ir tell taring be Is like all the others ho knows when he has enough and is willing to stand from under Im the onlyfpol In the lot Ormsbys smile was heartening and good for sore nerves I like your pluck Kent Ill tyj hanged if I dont And Ill bade you to win yeti i Kent shook his head unhopefully Dont mistake me ho said I- am fighting for the pure love of tt and not with any great hope of sam= the stockholders These grafters may havo us by the nape of the neck We cant make a move till MacFarlane comes back and gives us a hearing oa the merits That may not be till the next term of court Meanwhile tho temporary receiver Is to all Intents and purposes a permanent receiver and the Interval would suMce to wreck a doom railroads And Etlll you wont give upt No I hope you wont have to But to a man up a tree It looks very much like dead cock tn the pit As t have said If there la any backing to do Cm with you first last and all the time merely from a sportsmans Inter wt la Uw pmt But Is Ultra fair ale ta s tittle handful of us trying totbuek up against a whole state government The coffee had been served and Kent dropped a lump of sugar Into his cup Ormsby Ill never let go while Im alive enough to fight he said slowly One decent quality I have and tho only one perhaps I dont know when Im beaten And Ill down this crowd of political plunderers yet If Ducks doesnt get me sandbagged His listener pushed back his chair If you stood to lose anything more than your job I could understand It AnyWltTYOUgnme tt will take to play the string out And I happen to know youre ambitious to do things things that count What Is It you dont understand the motive Thats it Kent laughed You are not as astute as Miss Van Brock Sho pointed It out to me last nightJr thought she didIn two words Orznsbys eyes darkened and he did not misundergtandIt play he said halfmuslngly if you should happen to worry It through I mean I believe Mrs Hcpslbah would be ready to fall on your neck and forgive you and turn me down Then halfjcat Ingly Kent what will you take to drop this thing permanently and go wny7 David Kents smile showed his teeth The one thing you wouldnt be willing to give You asked me once when we had fallen over the fence upon this forbidden ground If I were satisfied ond I told you I wasnt Do we understand each other I guess so said Ormsby But Say Kent I like you too well to see you go up against a stone fence blind folded Im like Gullford I am the man in possession And possession Is nine points of the law Kent rose and took the proffered cigar from Onnsbya case It depends a good bit upon how tho possession is gained and held doesnt It he rejoined coolly And your figure is unfortunate In Its other half I am going to best Gullford J i CHAPTER xint If TilE WHECKERS Just why Receiver Guilford an of ficer of the court who was supposed to be nursing ah Insolvent railroad to the end that Its creditors might not lose all should begin by declaring war on the roads revenue was a question which tho managers of com peting lines strove vainly to answer But when In defiance of all precedent he made the cut rates effective to and from all local stations on the Trans Western giving the shippers at In termedlato and noncompetitive points the full benefit of the reductions the railroad colony denounced him as a madman and gave him n month in which to find the bottom of a presumably empty treasury But the event proved that the ma jors madness was not altogether with out method It is an axiom in the carrying trade that low rates make business create It so to speak out of nothing Given an abundant crop low prices and high freight rates in the great cereal belt and be the farm ers never so poor much of the grain will be stored and held against the chance of better condition- So it came about that Major Gull fords relief measure was timed to a nicety and the blanket cut In rates opened a veritable floodgate for busi ness in TransWestern territory From the day of its announcement tho trafilc of the road increased by leaps sad bounds Stored grain came out of its hiding places at every country crossroads to beg for cars stock feeders drove their market cattle unheardof distances across the tracks of competing lines over aad around obstacles of every tort to pour them Into the loading corrals of the Trans Western J Nor was the traffic all outgoing With the easing of the money burden tho merchants in the tributary towns began thriftily to take advantage of the low rates to renew their stocks longdeferred visits and business trips suddenly became possible and the saying that It was cheaper to travel than to stay at home gained Instant and grateful currency In a short time the rolling stock of the road was taxed to Its utmost capacity and the newly appointed purchasing agent was buying icars and locomotives right and left Also to keep pace with tho everIncreasing procession of trains a doubled Icon struction force wrought night and day Installing new side tracks and passing pointsUnder the fructifying influenceof such a golden shower of prosperity land values began to rise again slow ly at first as buyers Intrusted the continuance of the golden shower more rapidly a little later as the Qullford policy defined Itself In terms of apparent permanence Towns along the linehamlets long since fallen Into the waystation rut of desuetude awoke with a start be stirring themselves joyfully to meet the inspiriting conditions At Midland City Stephen Hawk the new rightof way agent ventured to ask municipal help to construct a tenmile branch to Lavabee It was forthcoming promptly and tho mass meeting at which the bond loan was anticipated by public subscription shouted Itself hoarse in enthusiasm- At Gaston where Hawk naked for a donation of land whereon the company might build tho longpromised divis ton repairshops people fought with ono another to be first among the t donors And at Junlberg where the company proposed to establish the first of a ceries of gram subtreasurlcs warehouses In which the farmers of the surrounding country could store ikelr uro4dtoarroy mooejr OB t Kthemat the rate otlhreo per cent per annumatJ- uniberg enough money was subscribed to erect three such depots as the heavi est crop could possibly fill It was while the pendulum of pros perity was In full swing that David Kent took a day off from sweating over his problcn of ousting the receiver and ran down to Gaston Sin glee ed as he was In the pursuit of Justice ho was not unmindful of the elx lots standing In his acme in the Gaston suburb and from all accounts the time was come to dispose ot them He was smoking his afterdinner cigar in the lobby of the hotel and trying as he might to orient himself when Blashflcld Hunnlcott drifted In Kent gave the sometime local attorney a cigar made room for him on the plushcovered settee and proceeded to pump him dry of Gaston news Summed up the Inquiries pointed themselves thus was there any basis for the Gaston revival other than tho lately changed attitude of Ute railroad In Other words if the cut rates should be withdrawn and tho railroad activi ties tease would there not be a second and still more disastrous collapse of the Gaston bubble Pressed hardly Hunnlcott admitted the probability given another turn the screw of Inquiry pqueczcd out an admission of tho fact Blurred over by the revivalist that the railway companys treasury was really the almsbox into which all hands were dipping Ono moroquestlon anil Ill let upon you said Kent It used to be said of you In the flush times that you kept tab on the real estate transfers when everybody elso was too busy to read the record Do you still do It Hunnlcott laughed uneasily Rather more than ever just now as youd Imagine It Is well Now you know the mem bers of the old gang from his excel lency down Tell me one thing are they buying or selling Hunnlcott sprang up and slapped his legBy Jupiter Kent They are selling every last man ot them Precisely And when they have sold all they have to se11l Theyll turn us loosedrop us quit booming tho town If your theory Is the right one But say Kent I cant believe It you know Its too big a thing to bo credited to Jim Guil- ford and his handful of subs in the railroad office Why Its all along the line everywhere Im telling you that Guilford Isnt the man lie Is only a cog in the wheel There Is a bigger mind than his behind it I cant help It Hunnlcott protest ed I dont believe that any man or clique could bring this thing about unless we were really on the upturn Very good believe what you please but do as I tell you Sell every foot of Gaston dirt that stands In your name and while you are about It sell those six lots for me In subdi vision five More than that do it pret ty soon Hunnlcott promised in the broker ago affair at least Then ho switched the talk to the receivership Still up in the air are you In the railroad grab case Kent nodded No news of MacFarlane Plenty of it Ills health Is still precarious and will likely remain so until the spoilsmen have picked the skeleton clean- Hunnlcott was silent for a full minute Then he said Say Kent hasnt It occurred to you that they are rather putting meat on the bones instead of taking It olrt Their bills for betterments must be out of sight It had occurred to Kent but be gave his own explanation of Malor Gull fords policy In a terse sentence It is a part of the bluff fattening the thing a little before they barbecue It I suppose so Its a pity we dont live a little farther back in the his tory of the world say at a time when we could hire MacFarlanes doctor to obliterate the judge and no ques tions asked Who can explain how It Is that some jesting word trivial and purposeless It may be will fire a hidden train of thought which was waiting only for some chance spark Obliterate the Judge said Hunnlcott In grim jest and straightway Kent saw possibili ties saw a thing to be done though not yet the manner of its doing If youll excuse me he said abruptly to his companion I believe Ill try to catch tho flyer back to the capital I came down to see about selling thdce Iota of mine but If you will undertake It for me Of course said Hunnlcott Ill be only too glad Youve ten minutes can you make It Kent guessed so and mado the guess a certainty with two mInutes to spare The through sleeper was lightly load ed and he picked out the most un neighbored section of the twelve being wishful only for undisturbed thinking ground But before the train had swung past the suburb lights of Gas ton tho smokers unrest seized him and the thoughtwheels demanded to bacco Kent fought it as long as bo could making sure that the smoking cmpartment liars club would be In neaslon but when the demand became a nagging Insistence he found his pipe and tobacco and went to tho mens room The little den behind the drawing room bad but one occupant besides fho rearend brakemana tall eatur nine man In a gray grasscloth duster who was smoking a Porto Rican sto- gie Kent took a second look and held out his hand This Is an unexpected pleasure Judge Marston tllaa counting oc tttrtt houn of lollUrj conflneBwnt Tot utenantFOT8TBr Jeno edged the hhndclasp nodded ant made room on the leathercovered dl van for the newcomer Hlldreth the editor of the Argus put It aptly when he said that the grimfaced old cattle king had blown Into politics H4 was a compromise on the ticket wa no part of tho Bucks programme and had been made to feel It Tradition had it that ho had been a terror to the armed and organized cattle thieves of the early days hence the brevet title of Judge But those who knew him best did not know that he had once been the brightest man upon the su preme bench ot his nattvq state this before falling health had driven him Into exile For a time the talk was a desultory monologue with Kent doing his best to keep it from dying outright La ter when ho was fairly driven In upon his reserves he began to speak of him self and of the hopeless fight for en largemont In tho TransWostorn strug sIc Marston lighted the matoh devouring stogie for tho twentieth time squared himself on the end ot the divan and listened attentively Marston opened his watch and looked at It Then ho lighted another of the villainous little cigars Wo have an hour yet he said You have given me the legal points In the case now give me the Infer encesall of thorn Kent laughed Im afraid I shant be able to for get the lieutenantgovernor I shall have to call some pretty hard names Call them said his companion briefly and Kent went deep Into the details beginning with the formation of the political gang in Gaston the dismantledThe In the gray dustcoat heard him through without comment When Kent reached the end of the In ferences telling the truth without scruple and letting the charge of political and judicial corruption Ha where it would the cnttnoer wu whistling for the capital You have told me some things I knew and some others that I only sus peeled was all the answer he cot until the train was slowing into the union station Then as he flung away the stump of the little cigar the II lent one added If I were in your place Mr Kent I believe I should take a supplementary court of read Ing In the state law In what particular part of It said Kent keen anxiety In every word In that part of tho fundamental law which relates to the election of circuit judges let us say If I had your case to fight I should try to obliterate Judge MacFarlane Kent had but a moment in which to remark the curious coincidence in the use of precisely the same word by both Hunnlcott and his present adviser But my dear air we should gala nothing by MacFarlanos removal when his successor would be appointed by the executive Marston turned In the doorway of the smoklngcompart ent and laid a fatherly hand on the younger mans shoulderMy I didnt say remove I said obliterate Goodnight To Be Continued heavenly Burglars George Is four years old and hu just arrived at the dignity of his first knickerbockers with suspenders Jus like papa wears They were tho pride of his heart and at night he would take them off hla trousers and clasp them tight in his arms when he went to bed his mother found them then the other night and aa they seemed to be making tho little chap uncom fortable she took them away and laid them on a chair by his bed The next morning he had a long In tervlew with his mother Didnt you tell me mama be said that angels watched everything I did Yes George Are they watching me who I sleep Yes my son they watch over yo always whatever you are doing Do they come right In mj room H night Yes dear the good angels art everywhere always Then said George meditatively I bet theyve been monkeyln with my ponders Portland Oregonian He Would Like to K ow A Japanese of an Inquiring turn M mind has recently addressed a note to the village improvement society el South Orange N J The subject Ci his investigation is one that is famlllM to most parts of the world but ne doubt the community of which tilt Inquiry Is made will feel flattered by this evidence of its 7opularlty The honorable of the South Oranges ar asked in what way did they rid there solves of him the much troublesome mosquito How do they approach him In hU house among the reeds anti marshes so as to remove him effect ually from the dangers that he dots to people of good minds whose skins he must puncture All this I would so much like to know Yoatlrt Cone pole Ion American Ball fir Chentung the Chinese ambass dor can not be Induced to make a dl rect referenco to the war but that It occupies a prominent place In his mist was shown ata recent banquet in NetJ York Several speakers had lauded tin ability that Chentung bad shown while at college In this country at baseball and football One of 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than any other M50 shoe oa the market today COLD BY COYLE HAYESBEREA KENTUCKY 00000000000000000000080000800a 8 Vicinityo so 0 So 0- i GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i i o o oeo oao oaoaoaoaoaoao oao oaoi Dr TlHimann will pnwh In tho Union Church M iiMial next Sunday inornlug and will huM A Hervlc of Cottarrrtitlnn of Children fur thOM who parenla may wlali to prlient them MlM Margaret Wftltaiw li ft Friday for mi extended visit with her Mater I In Uuthrl Okla i M M Miry AIM hi In Rlrhmoml- Mm U C latthard and little grand danKktir Pearl 11111 and W It Gab haul ami wife were In Cincinnati tart Sunday They report a plmrnnt Umo Baitmlay la Mountain Day Lot iw all plan to go Mr Waller Ixnmn af Hanftin Ky IIM been vitllltHt Mr Pence on Con ter street J J HraHnaman has wild his Mock of gooda tn Jerry RlebnrtfMin of II til Mr Ittehardaun will runt th dunce and omnium the bttalnaa IlranHaman will rtUl ennllnue runnin Canlral 11g11- Mrs A J Sffllth who IHUI haul lye plMtU fiver IM wMlIng butter Mr Joe Rvana li worKIng on the teleplloae Ills between OanwHy and Wlhim Mrs Onrnllo Ailatmi Pent from Stat imlay until Montlnr with Mr Balllo- AllHIH Mr Ihirltt Van Wlnklt II having lute lame reluslreul an Center Mrroc C M ItHWllNRS WRH In town lout Tileslay llmvtt1 Klmlrml was with Mr and Mw Joe ItvftiM last 1rjilny night MlM Sartli Invi n was un blo tot be out lheflrat of the week- Mr Jim CnyU and wlfo bore morel to lilt HIIL Mr Coylt KOM then to tisulllPwMr ami Mrs JBHIM Moro and Mr stud Mrs J W Menhoim Hpont Sun IIAJ with Mr nml Mra J J Hmnnn imin Mr WnllHfo Lutes and Mlw Nan nlo Anglln wero united In mnrrlflKO ThurMlnr September 20 nt tho homo of tho hrlilo In DlmmUinil Rockonatlo county Rev Cull ran Richmond officiated Tho brldo wens ilrwwed In n beautiful white organelle nml tho grant In nn oleRnnt mitt of black The groom was a nmlilrnt of Dlxpu tniila fur ton yonrs and tho rouplo grew up ns children together After having boon given nit clibortto supper by Mr OIIH Stewart tho poppy pair left tar their future hone In Kemp Tex Tho Kilesis from Ilorea were Mr nnd Mm J J Ilrinnaman Mr and Mrs J R Lyon Mattlo Gabbed They have tho boat wishes of tinny frlcmlH Mr W 0 MulllnH nnd wlfo from Mil III 1111 Station and Mr Swlnfonl nr visiting Mrs Joo Mvnns II For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested GO years i Sixty years of experience thhik of that I Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsaparilla the strongest Sarsapa iTrllla the Sarsaparilla the doc tors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility lint fIn tlili erendaid iH HHtiA Cannot An- Ilei had work II Ilio hoer I Incllre unit the- hnwejcnuuljhI Poi Ilii Iwulpocilliloro olIoJ11IU br I 0AreeCoLowell YWAloo or AKId orsU1GtRY01ELTOQAL HAIR VIQOJ wr 1 1 RtWAPO to in ens I best ALL LEATHERSALL STYLESALL PRICE S3BO Berea and oaoaoaoooeoaoeoao Ilietklniuoutirejulltrholiverw- ill qulckiyreqmdeudowl0lh IMEN Rev Mr MMMlnr of Mrlfee Aoa decoy WM In llprra Titruley IrK M II Aimtbi has moved from Paint Ilrk to Ilcrm to place her three chlldr n In unbool TAKE NOTICE Tho Mndlcon County Tnclivra Aa oclntlon meeting will be held ftt the Glade Church near Ilorea on Satnr tar Oct Ii at 1M p In The piT gram cxmn too late for thin weeks leper iHit will IM published next week Tim first nnlerlalnment of the PAn I yeeum CmirM will Jw KInD In the Upper Chapel of the College Saturday Oct 6 at 790 i in Suwn ticket liotild be obtained Immediately at Portvm Dmg Store or the College look ItiNim Krcryone within ten tnllM of hires oniiht to plan to Ht posaibheeAs we HO to tiraaa aniwuM willgnot c ral nor on account of the match game Itetween Heroh and WIIHamalHirK next w ak We hope It will not be dropiMHl alto gather HIlUKIMITOUIt 1rrudrntnnd11rw1nwtsorteuturnlhnlpnudnhu TrcMrident Frost nnd Mrs frost ac comimnlwt wrt of tile time by Prof DliHMimre am to visit a numl r of plnrnii In October At etch piao Mra Prom will Hiwk eelioWly to iwranla and ladles are i rtlcwlnrlr Invited to be present St lichens Ic Co Thursday Oct 4 Night Jetfa Creek llrMthlU Co Friday Oot 6 ItvanltiK and night Jackson Saturday Oct 5 At Court lions 2 p m Sunday October 7 IJncksin day nnd night Creek Monday Oft S 1 M and night Lout Creek Tuesday Oct 0 P M nnd night Mouth of lliickhorn Wtt1nOll day Oct 10 P M mid night Mouth of hall Creek Thursday Oct 11 P M and night Dwnrf Friday Oct 12 P M and night HlmtiiMn Saturday Oct 13 Court HoiiRO 3 p nu I Sunday Oct 14 Irtllehlnc day IiIIII nlihL Carr Fork Church lioiiiw Monday Oct 14 P M and nlKht ItockltoiiBo Colwin Postofflce- TitcBdny Oct 16 P M and nlphu WhltcRlnirK Wednesday Oct 17 P M and night Mouth of RockboiiBC Thursday Oct lIt P M rend night ell u ttsvlUl Friday Oct JO- t 101 and night Viper Saturday October 20 A 11 and It M Hazard Sunday October 21 PrcachiiiR day nnd night Avawam Monday October 22 P M nml night Mouth of Csitshln Tuesday Oct 23 P M and night Hyden Wednesday Oct 21 P M and night MaiicheKtcr Saturday Oct 24 P 11 and night fuming Springs Sunday Ost 28 PrcachiiiR day and night All Hrrrn Voti n Must ItrcUlrr All malo voters twcnlyono years ot nge who havo lived In tho state ono year In tho county six months and In tho precinct sixty days before tho election In November are entitled tovoto at that election but those who live within tho limits of Boron must register next Tuesday October 2nd The polls will bo onon for registration trout C a m to D n m In tho Court Hooin over Tho Citizen office Those villages register lost strayed or stolen a red and whlto spotted cow belonging to Mss Fox Narrow Gap Owner will bo very glad to get word of thus cow Lat11 r1 rAo onooooooooooo0- o i College Items a o o HERE AND THERE s0- o 0000000000000StucltMitfl lire still coming In nltho the rail torm IB two weeks old One Carlos It Ixraada arrived a row lays ago from Callao Peru Altho It Is bath to begin lato Its worse not to be gin at all Most of the tall torm Is Htlll ahoad Mrs Gamble returned Monday after a tow days In Cincinnati MOIl Anglin whllo picking apples for the College fell from a tree and broke hla leT lie Is resting easy nowA telegram from Utah states that John L AlkoHon n former student of Horua College was crushed to death by B train a fow days ago Arthur Dally was called to Nichol aiville Monday evening by tho sudden loath of a sevenyearold son of his brother who is station agent nt that plnco Mrs Dinsmoro and Prof Itumold nro in the hospital with typhoid furor Mrs Hudson and daughter return ed from tho East last Friday night Prof Mason and tho rest of tho committee have selected Baro Knob for tho mountain day excursion and are planning a lieu time for nil stu dots and teachers Mm Martha Pennlngton a teacher of Ilockcaaile county who hllll boon In North Carolina In search of health naa recovered It and expects to return home October let President frost pave the Monday lecture on Scholarahln W A Hlllla Sui erlntendent of tho American 8 S Union whose son and daughter an atlendliM achool atlleroa thla year pail the College a vlilP SIlt urday and Sunday The student Sumlav school workers met In the Parish house Saturday evening to talk over their summers work with Mr Bulls MtaM Drown and nnBtrlght and Waiter MelCay vlalUd Csaalus Clays old IHHIM near Ukshmund on last SatunlfyJudga A It niirmm of Richmond waa In Ilorca on legal biwliitwi law Tuesday Dr Cooks aiatertaiaw MlM Drodo Uwvfa WctlnewlaT en her way to NoV York where ahe sills October 2nd for her home In Germany Mils sad Helen Beck afrlved last Situnlay lobe In school President Frost nroaehed the rare man at Sunday nlabt Chapel His text waaMore than eoncpiarora thru Him that loved iw Mtaa Marion numain Miss I annli Unrnam of ItieMmofHl Mtaa IlarUm Martin Cleveland and Relit Logan Lontaville sailed at the College lost Friday Prof Itnmold Mr Pandteton and Mrs Dlnatnore are at resent In the hoaplal with typhoid fever Tie Y W C A Ind a very inter eating routing Susie evening with Mra Frost aa leader The subject was HlWe BtiHly John It Wiley a ronner student writes that he has a ooaltlon In the Poatnffte at Grajrcon ItJ Miss Httwl Putnam leaves Thtira day morning for Bloomington 111 to take a course In Unmeatlc Science nt the Illinois Wealevan University Muse Mary C yle a former Beraa student la now living with the roc of her family In Wlner Park Fla where she attends Itolllni College- A company with headquarters in Pennaylvanla has recently bought forty ncrea of laud at limo Lick and had a car of thlrtvflve tone of elate from there shipped away What Whrt The following letter from one of the teacher In Grandvlew Normal In Mltute oIll 11I1lew Tenn will Inter sat many Sept 18 1900 We have this year as workers In our school three tierBonn who have Keen connected with Berea College to nil of whom Tho Cltlaen brings each week news of much Interest Mine HUn M Andrews who taught one year In norm mimes to us after interesting oxperlences as i tstors aflflUtant In Provo Utah MlH Anna Llndlev wolf known to ttiany Heron people tonchos hero this year and tolls UK of the good thln fi or Chatllqna enjoyed tho past summor Miss Sybil Noble who will bo roe membered as ImvliiF Jived for a time in Moron with Prof and Mrs Hill bo Sills her third year as matron in Gmndvlew Ellen AI Click continues to have dOJlnrtmcntInMlas Lena StobbliiR who was a student In Boron Its year and who spooks onthuslastlcallv of tho school Is teaching at Carp Tonn and visits hor occasionallyGeorge dent hero last year tins gone to Her to school Three hnlhnra have grail tinted from this school and are con tinning their studies In college Their yearGmndvlowon top of Waldons Ridge On tho west tho Cumberland Mountains rlao and on tho east stretching far away NorthCnrollncsseo A view of tho Tennessee riv holtlsto inInerd pyrography at lion homo For phoneNoDressmaking by Mrs Austin No 7 Mt Vernon street TO ClIHK A COIIJ IN ONK 1JAV TabletsIrugxdataOROVUS signature U on each box ajc I THE BUSY MANS CORNER It Is reported that Emperor Niche las anti tho Imperial family will pro coed In tho course of a tow days to Iljorkosund Tho French warships Chasseloup and Lavolslor Balled from St Johns N F upon the completion of tho sum mers fishery patrol Tho Chicago Alton railway has notified telegraphers on Its Illinois lines of an Increase In pay ranging from 1260 to 850 a month During a squall a towboat contain ing two men and two women was swamped In Maumco bay at Toledo and tho women and one man wero drownedCol R Hill a participant In every Ohio campaign for halt a cen tury and for many years an uttocho of congress Is dying at his home in WashingtonArrangements havo boon perfected for tho thirtyseventh annual conven tion of the National Association of In suranco commissioners in Washing ton beginning October 2 Rev W J McNab supremo chan collar of the Catholic Mutual Benefit association died at Niagara Falls N Y lie was born in Now York In 1844 and ordained In Philadelphia As a rosult of an exchange of notes between tho Spanish cabinet and the Vatican an arrangement has been made based on tho same principles as tho modus vlvendl of last year Another big sea fighter will bo add ed to tho active force of tho United States navy next Saturday when tho battleship Connecticut will go Into commission at tho Now York navy yardDeputy Sheriffs havo been stationed at tho approach of tho temporary bridge across tho Cimarron river at Dover Okla whore tho Rock Island wreck occurred to prevent trains passing and trafllc Is at a standstill There are strong suspicions thct tho throwing of a bomb at OCR Bollogub governor general of tho Baltic prov inces at Riga was a stage attain ar ranged to strengthen his position which la said to havo boon greatly shaken owing to his inability to re store order In tho Baltic provinces DOWIE BIDS FAREWELL TO ZION Deposed Leader Bitterly Denounces Hit Wife and Son Chlcaco Sopt 26 With parting shots at his enemies fatherly advlco to his followers and blttor denuncia tion of hula wire and son John Alox ander Dowlo Sunday bade farewell to his people at Zion City Tuesday of next weak ho proposes to start for Mexico Ho promised to return early noxt summer strong and well and to build a house on Mount Carmol for Jesus whoso early return to earth to rule for a thousand years first at Zion City and then at Jerusalem ho pre dicted Seize Plotters Among Troops Vilna Russia Sept 25 Thirty eight mon belonging to tho revolutionary military league who havo been working among tho troops have been captured hero Important letters re vealing the leagues workings In other garrisons woro solzed THE MARKETS I Grain Provisions Etc- Chicago Sept 21 FLOUR Steady Spring wheat vpcclnl brands 1170 Minnesota hard patent Jute JIPO J410 utralght export bags 1313 6400 clear export bags J10034K- WHKATStendjr December 7 T407 SSic May 7h078Kc COUNLower September 4C HG 7Uc May 41UG43S- COATSActlvo September SJQttHo May JHiQMHc- IIYB Wai quiet and n trifle easier on the early call September was OOo bid and December Sic I M and Ole naked Uarley was In good demand at better prices Brtitember food was SSo bid and JSVio asked October 37o bid and JSo naked and December SSc bid September No 2 was 47lio bid and ISo asked October sold at MHc and December was 4CHo bid Sep tember No X was Me bid and tho deferred futures 6Hio bl l and Mo naked llUTTEUBteody Creamery per lb IftSSJHc dairies ITf3OHc- KQOS Firm Fresh eggs at mark new eases Included ISHfllGc per dozen prime fired 16o extras JStio LIVE POULTUVSteady Turkey per lb 12c chickens fowls per lb liftICe ducks llQllfec 25CATTLE CO CALVES Extra ft 7 50 HOGS Choice 0 70 0 75 SHEEP Extra 4 tO 0 4 75 LAMDS Extra 0 7OFLOUR Spring pat 4 35 Q 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red 74 0 7C 49YrOATSNo2RYE No 2 choice C3 0 6- 5IIAYCh timothy 016 B- OUUTTER Dairy 0 16 APPLES Now bbl 2 00 111 2 CO POTATOESNow to 1 85 t1 2 00 TODACCO Now 7 95 016 00 CHICAGO 73CORN34PORKLARD Steam 0 8 05 NEW YORK FLOUR WIn pat 3 75 0 4 10- 1V111ATNa 2 red 7S CORN No 2 mixed P 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67t 8 10 io I 1350 15 o- We carry a full line of m Ladies Gents and Chil o drens furnishings at low oS prices for cashSo- WE GIVE CASH SALE lCHECKS WORTH 5 PER 0 CENTS2o Yours Respectfully 0- i The New Cash Store o Harris Rhodus Co BEREA KY a 0- ooooooooooooooo o oooooo Kentucky University Law School LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Session Opens October 1stThorough and comprehensive course covering tho whole range of thoalaw stnuilard of attntnmont is thorough equipment for usefulness as cit izen and success ns practitioner not alone tho ability to pass tho liar ox amination corps of instructors nnd lecturers capable and distinguished gentlemen of high character samo opportunities for Kentucky students at home and at a small cost as at the most widely known institutions of America not an empirical debating society in continuous performance free privilege of attending the classes of tho College of Liberal Arts free use of General and Law Libraries opportunities for observing tho pro gress of litigation and tho conduct of attorneys in court special courses of lectures by Judges of the highest courts Stato Officers anti distinguished practitioners practical usefulness of tho scheme of instruction endorsed by Bench and Dar For catalogue and particular information apply to JUDGE LYMAN CHALKLEY Dean l L t J WIIIIA o I The Citizen fiMtly newspaper for all that Is right true and Intirtttlng p FuMlihri trery Thursday at Bern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COIL Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratoa PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ie Year 1s e ads Month 1- 00blH Months u end money by IottoWJcc or Rzprn Money Older Draft Registered Letter or cue and two Mat stamps The date after your name on label shows to That date your nubscrlptloa Is paid If it n not sittBfed within three weeks after renewal kMUyus Missing number will be gladly supplied if w n otieedSBeautiful pictures glen ss premiums to all fcw subscribers XJbersl term Inn to any who cbtafns new iMcrlptions for uo Any ono rending us four rearly subscriptions can receive The Cuiien Ilet lstbtmaelf for one year AdvtrtUing rates on application 3 A Massachusetts man has construct ed a musical instrument out of a barrel presumably an organ After trying to bethe father of his country Palma must wish that he had boon content to remain a cousin to it If Kaiser Wllliolm comes to tho United States ho will get a reception ithat will make him want to run for jiresident Garbage Is garbagedays the Washington Post It is even worse than that and should be promptly dis posed of Just when tho appendicitis fad is surpassing the wildest hopes of the surgeons a Pennsylvania man Invents a seedless apple San Francisco and Valparaiso have demonstrated that there Is at least one kind of reciprocity between North and South America In abandoning his trip to the north pole Walter Wellman no doubt came to the conclusion that It would be use Jess to buck the original Ice trust A burglar was mean enough to rob a clergymans house In York The name of the latter was Rev Mr Ap iple That burglar must have been a peach It Is again promised that the Rus sian peasants are to have land but It Is hardly probable that they will get anore than six feet apiece the same as after previous promises Wizard Luther Burbank has produced a new squash but he will not reach the height of his career until be succeeds in so improving the squash that one cant notice It These be progressive times The Slew army bullet will pass through 15 men standing in a row It takes about 35 of the old fashioned highballs to down one true Kentucky gentleman A grandson of the Indian chief Red Cloud has entered the navy Not many Indians become sailors but in the old whaling days they were pre ferred as harpooners Now the spear is hurled by a gun The new millionaire begins to loom up In China Any naturally rich country with that proof of activity ready for the worlds Inspection is sure to go far and fast In industry and commerce The German police are said to be very eager to arrest American auto- mobilists This may be due to the fact that a good many American au tomoblllsts would rather part with J5 and 10 bills than submit to long delays The status of the wearer of the army dress Is up and the New York Times thinks that the uniform of the enlisted man whether In the army or the navy Is the badge of the wearers subordinate employment In an honor able and useful government service ono of many such and one of the least It gives him certain special rights In his garrison or on his ship and de prives him of many Individual freedoms there and elsewhere It oper ates not at all to Increase his merely civic privileges Off duty and outside his garrison he counts merely as a man Least of all Is his uniform a social passport The Indian has played the grea game of the world and has lost Tho j fittest has survived and always will lint that does not mean that a people f that nominally perishes has served no t good purpose or that It will disappear when It has ceased to be a race says tho Kansas City Journal The Indian has a past that is splendid In a bar baric sense He has a future that Is I 4 splendid In u civilized sense unless we are to concede that barbarism Is dtheordained state of the race The Indian will bring much to tbo great race of which he Is to be In time only I a part Ills contribution to human I progress will be infinitely greater than if he retained his tribal entity J waist promises to become IJOpulnr In London All the talk I against tight lacing and the disquisi lions on the beauty of tho human female form In Its uncompressed i state are powerless to set aside the i verdict of those who set the fashions If they decide that waists must be nqueezed the ladles will submit to the squeezing and any suffering they may experience through the process will be- i more than counterbalanced by the sat isfaction they will derive from the I consciousness that they have the form d rrAp1 hv ilm uhUnra of fashion t tl t t- t F + r rite tEntl C1IUtUrtjttrxtrr- r 0f Ota iHitrlj iGttllt By HON ALTON B PARKER ExJudge of Supreme Court of New York ifrn have long ben under the government of low It must IM remembered that mankind is moved everywhere pretty much by tho same impulses and inllu riiifs in the course of the ages concerning which history has left us a record nearly every legal device has bwn tried that in grutral mAn like nature casts olf the useless and that etch failing experiment however many tunes it may be tried is still the suiiie impracticable movement wasting valuable tune and effort When we shall leant that legislative boles must lid made up of mediocrities so longas quantity and not quality of laws is regarded as the eweutial requisite when some of the temptation to legislate shall be removed by lets frequent meetings of such ladies when trained oflkial draftsmen stall be employed to give tee new+ nary laws legal and literary form when executives am forbidden rather than encouraged by public sentiment to interfere with tho orderly course of Il1wmkingwhtu these simple steps are taken it will be perniiasiblo to look forward with hope to the times when hysteria blackmail partisan ship personal ambitions mil selfish interests will not add ten new laws to the statute books when onlone is needed At all tines in history the safeguards of the law have been thrown around life and property As the result of the laws slowly built up and carefully tested men hare been able to progress to command a constantly spreading freedom ami to promote civilization In the future as in the past the law heat recognize what has been done it must look forward continually to the protection of men from violence and anarchy end their property from spoliation This can best be done by having few and jest laws and by grounding them upon principles and doctrines which have commended themsolvua to mon kind W1lr vault nf tirat uuragr By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS Plptral Uttfitoss 0rltnnl Elritomt The rent amso of deterioration of national morals is the lackof moral courugo Moral cowardice is the in crease Physically mon are still brave They will defend their watch and pure from high wayman when they will not defend the soul from the attacks of passion luxury und avarice They will front burglar or go into tho fort anti with rifle attack bear but they lack the moral strength tc spook out against every economic wrong political injustice or social iniquity Destructive as moral cowardice is among the occasional leaders it is even more injurious when it is found in tho arena of everyday life No words can describe the devastation it works Tile young wifo knows that her husband is just beginning his career and that the duty of the hour is economy but when she sees her friends dressing richly she is afraid of simple gown And soon moral cowardice works out tho estravngance that ruins home The youth who has come up to the city to make fortune finds that his companions dress richly that they smoke the long day through wear gaudy jewelry frequent theaters at night and sports on Saturday after noon although they know that extravagance is dissipating the little store Tim youth has no courage to stand out moral cowardice turns him into celling ho bows before the airy taunt like rol bent by gentlo zephyr Courage would mnko him strong to tho storm cowardice makes him weak as blade of grass On such an one society cannot build Factories must rest on rock foundations and leadership on the granite of courage independent judgment high resolve and fidelity to conviction It is very strango that through moral cowardice our young men are so weak in the presence of temptations and readily yield to tho habits of gambling and drinking showing an utter lack of moral courage of By E A KIRKPATRICK Deptrtment of Psychology and Child Study 9ute Normal School Fftchburf Mm the on a a a a a the his the j a j a a j a t To expect teachers to be able to always tell when children are physically unfit for school work is to demand of them that to which tho trained physician i B sometimes unequal Sug gestion may however be given that willen able intelligent teachers to judge with some assurance of the physical con dition of children in some instances One qf the most common diseases in tho moist climate of the east at any ruin that interferes with successful school work is adenoid growths and enlarged tonsils The best mode of testing for this disease is to place the finger on one side of thechilds nose so as to close ono opening to see if tho child can with mouth closed breathe through ono nostril In the worst cases the child cannot breathe with tho mouthclosed oven if both nostrils aro opon Care nccdo to be exercised in toting for defective hearing which is often associated with adenoids to prevent tho child from getting sugges ions through lCr senses than tile ear or from the voice of tho observer Tests for nervousness are often needed because teachers got used to their children and are then unable to see the peculiarities that arc indica tive of abnormal nervous systems Children play be asked to stand with hands stretched out in front to observe for the nervous hand described by Dr Warner and for lack of erect symmetrical position and to stand with eyes closed hands stretched out at the side while observations as to swaying allt1uneqll111cleOtion of hands arc made or to sit perfectly still for a minute or two while the number and irregularity of movements arc noted Physical tests and measurements made one or more times each year indicate whether the bodily conditions are favorable to physical vigor and the ability to endure any unusual strain but in detecting tempprilry unfit ness for work tests cannot take the place of the keen Intuitions of the ex oerienccd teacher I QUARTERLY TEMPERANCE LESSON Sunday5cboollessonlorSeptJ01906Specially IK8SON TKXTUul tJi x 1 T I Memory verse 7 UOMJKN TI rnll In o mocker trone drink la l 1Ul ctM1TIAN9Wrtttenlien woie lee lnhnbltama of the wlUor Roman provtnce of that PB nnJ included Lytru Detlle lcunlum Mid Arllpch The place In the history whn these churches were founded vuuM therefore 47MThe early A D IS cixmllnR to UeliUoot It was writ hltorTboIliltand MoOIITert it was written at AnlUxh lust Iwjfor the second mlralonary Jour faActsComments and Suggestion Thought- V 16 Dote and dovour Tunas de rived from the habits of wild animals which snap and blto when luoraentar ily angered or again devour with a determined purpose to Injure ono an other Under Influence ot evil pw stone men treat ono another In ways whloh closely resoinblo thaw V 16 Walk In the Split Live as the Spirit directs Instead of tell lag us to work hard to overcome that within us which prompts such self seeking and envy and hatred the apostle has something bettor to ad vise namely that we lot the Spirit of God have the right ot way In our hearts and lives Shall not fulfill Tho strongest negative possible The lusts of the flesh You will not yield to those evil Impulses of the lower aa turo because you will not want to Lust moaning simply desire It used hero in the sense of evil passion V 17 The flesh against tho Spirit the Spirit against tho flesh The lower nature and the higher nature with Its Ally the Holy Spirit are at strife as to which shall nile This Is Inevitable since they are contrary tho ono to the other The lower nature draws us downward toward the love of the brutes that per ish urging us to give attention to what we shall eat drink wear and bow we shall get on In material things while tho Spirit seeks continually to flx our hearts and thoughts on enduring and heavenly things Ye cannot do tho things ye would Cannot unless you let the Spirit rule and teach you to love and follow those things which are right Contrast Rom 71814 with Itom S A halfhearted Christian Is about tho most miserable person on earth he cannot enjoy doing evil and has not practiced rightdoing sufficient ly to enjoy that V 18 If led by the Spirit If you follow the guidance of the divine Help er Not under the law You have no need of law hence never feel Its restraints A person honest and hon orable at heart does not feel bound or restrained by the law Thoushalt not steal Vs 1921 Works of the flesh Tho results of obeying Its evil impulse Are manifest Though sin may first be In secret full soon It shows Itself In tho outward acts The Apostle enumerates 17 forms of sin by which evil manifests Itself These have been grouped as tour sins of sensuality three sins or also religion eight sins against our fellowmen two sins of In temperance All of those 17 abomina lions on the black list are the logical results of the saloon and the drink habitV 22 The fruit of the Spirit Tho fruit which tho Holy Spirit produces In tho life of one who yields wholly to his Inspiration and guidance- V 23 Temperance or seit con trol Refers to the control of all the appetites Including abstinence from strong drink but also selfcontrol in eating pleasureseeking and all other allowable gratifications As use of al coholic drink opens tho way to every one of the works of the flesh so temperance brightens each fruit of tho Spirit and without It not one of them can retain Its luster Against such no law Because those who cherish these virtues violate no law of God nor righteous laws of men V 24 They that are Christs Seo Revised Version rendering They who live In union with Christ who abide In him and ho in them See John 1518 Have crucified tho flesh They have become dead to sin Affections Better passions The proper desires of tho flesh they have learned to keep In subjection- V 7 Be not deceived Bo on guard against selfdeception God Is not mocked God Is not deceived nor can ho alter his wlso laws V 8 Soweth to his flesh He who leads a life of self indulgenco seeking only to gratify the desires of tho flesh Reap corruption Since this body must return to the dust whence it came all that he has lived for will end at death Moreover a course of selfindulgence corrupts the moral nature deadens tho soul Soweth to the Spirit Following the Spirits guidance lives for spirit ual things Reap life everlasting Having lived and labored for those things which cannot die ho has laid up treasures above Practical Points V 17 With all tho devotion of a jealous lover the divine Spirit yearns for our free and full surrender to his lovo and cleansing powerJas 46 V 18 The law becomes our protec tion Instead of a restraint when wo obey its precepts from the heart Rom 133 II hfalcthethe root of all Christian graces V 27 As well expect to sow this ties and reap roses as to fancy one can sow Tics and reap the fruit of virtue I NOTHING NEW UNDER SUN Massage Buses Lightning Rods and Glass Houses Ancient According to nn examiner In tho patent office at Washington discovery like history repents Itself and this of ficial Is disposed to believe that wo aro not so much ahead of the ancients aa It uloaso us to think Many of our dltfcnvorios continuum the examiner are but redlBoovorltM Improved upon no doubt but not altered Iq nature For Instance tho anolent know ot the lightning conductor or at nil events the method of attracting the lightning Collie soldiers In a storm used to Ho on the ground first lighting a torch and planting their naked words In tho ground by their shin with tho point upward Tho lightning often struck the point of the sword and passed away without Injury to tho warriorThe Romans too seem to huro known tho lightning rod On the top of the highest tower ot tho cnstlo at Dunlo on the Adriatic there was itfrom time Immemorial a long rOIl of Iron In tho stormy weather of stun mop It served to predict tM approach of a tempest A soldier was always stationed by It when the sea showed threatening signs of torni From ttM to time lie put tho point of lila tang Javelin close to the point ot the rod Whenever a spark pawed between the two ptoces of Iron be rang a bell to warn the fishermen Herbert In Ute tenth century Invented a plan for di verting tho lightning from fields by planting In them long sticks tipped with very sharp lance head In IMS Franco was already Is po session of omnibuses The Romans sank Rrtlan wells even In the Sa lIam In 18S5 Iapln iubllahstl an ac count of an experiment made by one of his friends who caused flower In stantaneously The Heret which was not revealed lay In the preparation of the ground MUSMRO le an enelont practice and was known to the Roman Parsee sue steaks of tnohropathy saying that like Is cured by like anti not contrary by contrary The speculum the probe the forcops wore known In the year 500 Indeed specimens of them have been found IB tho ruins ot Pompeii Aristotle noticed that sea water could be made drinkable by boiling It and collecting the steam The Greeks had a woolen or linen cuirass so closely Interwoven IR to be Impenetrable by the sharpest dart We moderns have not found out tho secret of it Time Romans had bettor mill than ours for pounding olive The Chinese Invented Iron house as early as 1200 Glass houses were found among the Plots In Scotland and the Celts in Gaul and many centuries earlier In Slam Grass cloth was used many hundreds of years ago by the Chinese MODERN OCEAN TRAVEL Its Luxury a Source of Wonder to Old Time Tourists There was a time and not so long ago when crossing the ocean seemed quite an undertaking and the person who hall ventured twice or thrice was bravo In the eyes of his associates But significant of tho wandering spirit developed In America within the last decade a few days agd the writer was speaking with a roan not a pro tensional traveler who hud made SO trips across and to tho moneyed man or woman of this century a record of from 10 to 20 trips across 4s not so extraordinary an to cause comment With tho recent races between the Provence of tho French line and the Deutschland of tho Hamburg American line the two fastest passenger steamers afloat the eight or ten days formerly spent on the woo be tween here and Kurope have been ro duced to a trifle over six and during these six days the vessel is not only In constant communication with land but ovary morning a paper containing brief accounts of tho sows features ot the world Is printed and distributed tree of charge among tho passengers Because of their bulk and weight tho largo liners aro comparatively steady and few storms of the summer are of sufficient strength to roll or toss them Tho broad decks are like small streets and the diningrooms and saloons are more like those of a metropolitan hotel than a ship In place of the stuffy little cabins of old time ships tho uptodate liners are equipped with rooms en stilto with baths fulllength mirrors and wardrobes anti even tho smaller cabins are provided with all tho furnishings of a well appointed boudoir Many of these on the Provence are decorated and furnished in the stylo of the Louis XVI period with upholstery of dainty cream and yellow embroidered silk Leslies SheMean The old maid smiled maliciously Which typo Is the more popular the blonde or tho brunette Miss Sum mcrglrl she said Im sure I dont know yawned dainty Birdie Summerglrl And yet youve hall experience in both roles havent you tittered the mean old thing Uses Either Hand Justice Phlllmon Is tho only judge on tho English bench who can boast of being ambidextrous and It Is said to bo curious to watch him taking notes In court using his pen first in ono hand and then the other Should Say Sol You have Insulted me sir By stealing one kiss No sirby being so evidently sat isfied with only oneCloveland Leader v A MAN FOR A TEXT The Drunkard Disturbed the Meeting Out Helped Another to Reform As be entered the little study at tho church jut Uoforo owning service tho minister found ono ot his men awaiting him- Pitnr broke out the man In an agitated voice pastor my brutlwMn law Is In there full of liquor liesugly Im afraid lies solar to make trouble Hadnt we bettor jet a po lleetmin to come and clear him mutt Why no George wild the minister 1 lUoHhlat quite like to do that You know be might hear something that would do him good Dont worry It wont kill u If ho does Interrupt tIC Were been Interrupted before sow It was a gust congregation that Urn preacher looked down upon that night A company of house totf respecting well dreewd working people s targe portion of them young folk lint there In the forefront of the audience sat the objectionable brotkerdp haw tHolt upright he tat with a flmked fact sad glared at the Minister He certainly Ia about this toughest ugliest looking customer I over undertook to imwck to until the young man to himself TIle flrat part of tho service went I very welL I nut when It came to the preaching the minister had no sooner began titan the man mate to hU tout and oem moncod speaking What he Weld or tried to nay no one knew himself I least of all It wu tome mumbled In coherent talk llMt tho young people 1 after their fashion straightway bnito giggle Dont laughs good friends eaW the minister earnestly Dont laugh j Tile Is a nlqlit fit to make w w ep- A f greet solemn hush fell seer the audience TIm drunkard ceased tnfspeak and remained standing the yto ture of a fool Now there wag In the auH not that evening another man who for may years had boon the victim of the drink habit ono whom the minister had shortly before found drunk on the street and had helped home to his house This man going out with the crowd after the service had no sooner reached the sidewalk than he turned back saying to a companion Im co- In to see tho parson It Will a sorrylooking figure that oamo to the study doordMIMIUifdresed but shaky and Infirm with hair prematurely white and a sallow face marred and scarred by his vices Good evening Mr Black Come ta come In Im glad to see you Have a ehalr said the parson oordlslly Pastor said he in a voice that shook like a leafTm all broke up Ive come to sign the pledge Stephen 1 havent any faith In that pledge Whats a pledge It It BflMi lag but a promise and a promise too hard for you to keep Youve signed I It ovor and over again and every time you break It within a week I know I know parson But this time Im a going to do what I sever did before Im going to give my heart to God before I sign that pledge They prayed together The parson with his arm round him prayed for him and the man prayed for himself with a new note In hla trembling j voice Then he signed the pledge bats got Stephen Black asked ethe minister a few weeks later 1 havent seen him for some time No pastor said one of rbe men and you will never see him round hero again Never see him again What do you moon Ho hasnt gone to the bad has he No but hes dead and buried What Yes pastor Monday he was taken sick Thoy carried him oft to the hoe 6 pica Ho died within 24 hours and they burled him right away But said the man ho novor drank another drop and ho died a Christian wan 5 Youths Companion- sf THE TRUE CONTENTS OF A WHISKY BOTTLE 3 Not Matter of Right You say this law ought not to be ent t forced because it is aninfrlngementof tho natural rights of the citizens of the state No ono has a right to keep e dramshop open en Sunday or any other day of the week They exist at all not as a matter of right but by tolerance It Is a prlvclege that the state can give or take away as she pleases In this state dramshops are permitted six days In the week but on Sunday they are UawedGov Folk A rrelyu r ar1r f J 6 RDINt O I t ofVlI pIBLANCHING CELERY How Paper May Be Made to Serve tho Purpose IllMcliIng colory with paper li usu ally practical on tho early plant for thnldlior of rot Tho accompanying Illus Blanching Celery witn Paper trattcm shows n plan for blanching a eelery plant with tile oral stupor As ttbowu tho talks am collortod In a ute ail wrapped In hwuy paper no as lo exclude Urn light A stake la drives near to the plant to partially seppert Any method that does not Intern Ike plant and will Mteludo the light will answer the pnrjnxw GOOD SEED CORN Some of the Important Points by Which It May Be Known ADo of the moro Important ob Htrmtlewi to ho made in the soleotlou of loud are Ylold quality uniform fly banllntMS tlmo of ripening free duel from attack of smut and runt and IN tho cane of mall grain tho ntlRneM of limo straw Tho earn orop requires perhaps as great euro In tho selection OH nay other and merlin sintdal attention says the Iralrlo Farmer The rapid Improvement that has been made In thla crop combined with the rrudl noa a with which the different varieties ottMi and mix renders It wtronnly subject to variation Constant care In neeowtary In order to establish the duMlrablo qualities that are brought out In these variations and to wore UHHWgtily oradleato those not dcnlr able Borne of the points to bo obi irrr d In the soieetlon of seed rom are 1 Tho iUo and shape of oar ear should approach ns nearly M may boa uniform diameter from end to undA alto and quality of rob a mo diem sited cob being much better than a largo spongy one 3 Depth of groin 4 Shape of grain grains shonM carry their wodso shape uniformly to the end no that the oar may prtcrnt as nMirly M possible n solid surface I Covering of cob cob should be as completely and evenly color d ei IKwalble at both ends OfG Martinets of grain too hard and mastralso Is raofu llablo to be a shallow ono 7 Grains of even uniform else and nlinllar shape to make paw thie unl formity of planting 8 Color of grain purity of color Indicating purity of tho corn POINTS WORTH NOTING For late loUuco saw In partial Klmde Spinach for early spring green should bo sown about tho 10th of this month It In time wasp and not tho honay bee that punatiiros the grapo The brow profit from tho work af the wasp Chun by ho side of tho road Is tho boa place for tho garden for then yon vlB have pride In toplng It dean Keep n supply of early potatoes dug and at the house BO that your wife can Itt at thorn dont let her dig them Keep the tomato plants off tho ground Nothing rota the fruit quick or or Inure surely than falling to the earth Woeds will keep right on growing whether anything olio In tbo garden floor or not Dont lot a single one io to seed though plow Is the crop of boys and girls at your houso this year Good Glad of Itl No matter whether the corn und wheat and all lingo go wrong if tte harvest of young folks Is all right Hunch onions are an easy nnd pay ing crop Whllo they do not sell as iii readily as tndlslica they will tell well V after radlihos are a drug In the mar ket A dozen onions as largo on a lead pencil make n good sited bunch Dont Forget When you finish shingling that tinlldlnB Jont forget and leave tho hoard Ihoro which you nailed on to keep yourself from slipping off Tako thorn off when you are through or later you will IIP likely to llnd some lotttn shingles under thenFarmJournal A AN ENCOURAGING SIGN Increase of Knowledge Among Farm ers Means Better Farming Hccontly somo have expressed the Idea that the people living In tho country aro not Increasing in In formation relative to the scientific handling of stock and tho methods In vogue among scientists In tho culti vation of tho soil This Is a mla take says Farmors Kovlow Agri cultural science Is gaining among our farmers and In destined to gain moro rapidly ns the years go on It was natural that at first the progress should ho stow A body of 6000000 person Is not to bo moved In u hairy It Is an aggregation of hu mal beings so vast that no ono can conaelro of Its real Import II must be remembered too that at first the means for affecting this grttit muss and moving It were Tory meager When our agricultural col leges wore organized there wore few men onimhlo of acting us InHlmolora ft r the universities of the country hail not been fitting men to teach ag ricultural solstice In many eaten moo had to be taken out of the fields and the cnamari w to teach In the eel loges Whllo they bad a greet deal of practical Informatlau they had not- studied YIllItftlAUcalJl the lean of agricultural Information that had born URcuiniilatwl sal wore but poorly prepared to touch It It la only within tbo put 1C years Uint most of our agricultural colleges havo been well enough oqulppod to become agiresalve Now hoover the material for teachers and instructors ls abundant and great work la bring done That the farmer are being retched Is demonstrated by the Incroturinc attoHdnne at farmer meetlngA and lu the agricultural col lofeti Information la being spread rapWtr by word of mouth Complaint U mndttlhntlho bulletins Issued by tho stations are not widely rood by the forworn This Is because It takes somothlng of n student to take liter ary matter and really absorb It mak tag It Into something having forco Hut In each locality are a tow mon that line thle ability and they spread lite Information by word of mouth and by example There ao numerous factors that ore operating to bring about a better con dltkm In tho not distant future One of throe factors Is the taking of more Interest In agriculture by the men that have money and at the same time have A fair knowledge of farm- Ing matters Those men are buying farms and are putting into practice on them modern methods of agriculture Tho farms no handled become object lessons Other farmers follow tho load td tho most cnlerprlslng unless they lack the will and the ability to loarn There are some of the latter class lint limey are destined to dlaap pear during time next generation or two for the reason that others will buy their harms which will bays become upproiltable to the pnjient owners It Is becoming Increasingly dlfflcnlt to farm without thought and still make money Formers must make moro monay from their farms today than they used to because they have more expenses Tho xpuneus cannot bo avoided and must Increase as population becomes denser and the price of land higher With the Increase of knowledge af how to handle land farmora will bo nblo to balance tho increasing expuoses with increasing returnsSPREADING HAY IN MOW Simple Device by Which the Hump in Center Is Avoided I put my hay In barn by large hay- fork which runds on track writes a corrcupondoat of Rural New Yorker The hay naturally falls In tho center and is hard to mow away I nailed I dozen mob boards together with cruse titocca on under site and hung For Distributing Hay In Mow ai per diagram When time forkful reaches tho slide the man above no titles tho man on load to trip fork and It slides to desired location When one Bide has enough slide li reversed The Best Farms Tho best farms are those that yield the best returns with tho least labor Sometimes the best farms havo been brought up to that condition by hard work on the part of their old owners who hind the Intelligence nnd the honesty not to deplete them of the fertil ity In hum More than one farm that was once good has become un profitable through neglect The bet tor a farm Is kept up tbo easier will It bo to work It for Its toll will be mellow because of Its abundant humus and fertility Tho best farms are now being pointed at as models by which to Measure all farms but they have been kept good by their owners not requiring too much of them Keep the borry bushes clean of weeds this month but In order to din courage latot growth avoid cultivation as much as possible Farts Journal CURFEW MUST NOT RING TONIGHTI rY ulffjS rr1A m RIGHT REVISION TIME SPEAKER CANNON DEFINES THE STANDPAT POSITION RevUe the Tariff When It Will Do More Good Than Harm to the Mats of the People Ad vice of Uncle Joe Tho boat answer yet given to the question When should tho tariff be revised T Is that of Jostph G Can non speaker of the house of represen tatives In his speech at Danville 111 In accepting tho unanimous ronomlna tlon of the Eighteenth Illinois district 1lepubllcan convention llevlso the tariff when It will do more good than harm to the great mass of tho people That IB tbe answer of sound states manship of business sense of prac tical politics It Is the answer of every man who dotty not want to see tariff tinkering experiments tried In a period of ex traordinary prosperity It Is the answer of production at the maximum and of consumption so far In excess of production that the country Is Importing competitive goods to the amount of = 600000000 a year It Is the answer of American labor fully employed at the highest wage scale ever known It Is the answer of every branch of industry nnd trade possibly except ing Importers and pawnbrokers Greatest Goed to All It Is tho answer of the National Re publican congressional committee with the full sanction of President Iloosevelt It Is the answer of consistent level headed protectionist none of whom regards any tariff schedule as sa cred or as fetich but all of whom Insist that so long as limo Dlnglcy tariff continuos to work out the greatest good to the greatest number so long as It keeps on doing more good than harm to tho great mass of tho people that tariff should bo lot alone Speaker Cannon fortifies his atti tude regarding tariff revision with a tremendous array of facts and ntntls tics torturing to the unexampled len fits conferred upon all sorts and con ditions of men by the Dlngley tariff In the nine years of Its operation No man with n fair and open mind can road Cannons great Danville speech and remain a tariff revisionist lie must agree with tho speaker In the conclusion that tariff disturbance under existing conditions would do far more harm than good to the great mass of time people Have You Sent Your Dollar Time popular subscription plan of the national Republican congressional committee Is working out splendidly It In solving the problem of providing for tho legitimate expenses of a cam paign without asking aid from cor portions or trusts It appeals direct ly 10 the people and the people are rosiwndlng In groat numbers Ivory mall brings many letters Inclosing one dollar nod addressed to James B Sherman Chairman P O Ilox 2003 Now York Havo you sent your dollar to tho Republican national con CruKfllonal committee Michigan Tariff Plank Short expressive and easily under stood IB the tariff declaration of tho convenitloncontinued belief In the wisdom of the Republican protective tariff policy Whatever changes In tariff schedules may become necosuary should be so mode as to preserve tho 1enubllcan principle of protection and Va aid tho further advancement of American Industry and achievement Interstate Commerce In 16S4 Republicans nominated Maine and although they failed to elect him they advocate a principle whIch has since been vindicated the federal refutation of Interstate corn lucrco = 4 le t TRUSTS ENEMIES TO THE TARIFF Free Trade Would Please Men Who Have Patent Monopolies This clipping from Torn Watsons free trade Magazine Is going the rounds of tariffripping papers Tom Watsons Magazine claims to have some Interesting figures from I ions Aires as follows The Advance plow which sells In this country for IIS Is sold in Buenos Aires for i9 The hay tedder which costs you 4C is sold In Uuenos Aires at 130 Time mower costs you 65 It costs the South American farmer 40 You pay J25 for a horse rake downtrodden South Americans pay 117 The feed cutter Xo 3 for which we pay 90 goes to tho poor foreigner at GOTho Ann Arbor cutter demands f40 of us It is satisfied with 2S In Bue- nos Aires The cultivator which Is priced to you at 30 Is sold to the South Amer ican for 22 These are not the products of the pauper labor of Europe but of the factories of America which are glad to get the prices that they have to take when they get out from under the protection of a too high tariff Practically all the machines named In this list are controlled py trusts which like tho Standard 011 trust the Ice trust the anthracite trust and many others are In no way assisted by the tariff The various farm Im plement trusts get nil their protection from tho patents and patented processes of manufacture They hate tbo tariff and would like to sea It cut down by revision or by reciprocity agreements which would give them a still better chance to sell to foreigners at cut prices TARIFF REVISION BY FRIENDS Free Traders Should Be Barred from Taking Active Part Senator Dick is quoted by tho Cleveland Leader as saying that whllo tho Ohio Republicans will con- tinuo to stand by tho protective tariff they recognize that the revision of certain schedules is demanded and that they will como soon after the presidential election This Is all right and good Republi can doctrine but the source of tho demand should bo Investigated In every clileit may bo n Democratic demand a tree trade demand Or it may be tho demand of one who sees only his own good and his own advan ago If after careful Investigation by a Republican committee changes are found necessary for tho good of the great majority of those affected and for the benefit of the people in gen oral then such revisions should be made by n Republican congress Democratic hands should bo made to heed tho positive Injunction hands off Democratic revisionists havo but one ultimate object In view free troth The Republican rule In tills matter should be Revision when and where revlolon Is found absolutely necessary to tho welfare of American industries and American workingmen and tho Amorlcan people In general Tfffln 0 Tribune Never Promised Tariff Revision Tho Democratic party has de nounced every promise of revision by tho Republican party as made In bad faith and events havo established the truth of tho charge Dubuque Tele graph Herald Tho creed of political party ie determined by Its national conventions Will tho Dubuque paper kindly quote tho plank of some Re publlcun convention since tho Ding ley tariff was enacted which made a promise of revision Hurllngton Hawkeye Republican Principle Survived In 1866 Republicans framed their first national ticket and nominated John C Fremont on tho issue of the nonexistence of slavery Though they failed to elect Fremont they advocat ed a principle which finally tolomphed 1 avCtn 4tlAlltlm Ii55 Berea CollegeJ90 t I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS iI t Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachot all 1 I Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS I I I A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself i where he can make most rapid progress s II Which Department Will You Enter lectureslibrarymetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade Crib tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Print ling Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management and Earn havelargelystudies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life ling Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical 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 one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary Cora true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women fox lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless oftKa weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are l necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes hooks toilet articles r umbrellas and other necessary articles atcostJLIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras SI35- a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Dtfosit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Ftt to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 5003 term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses v ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 mintThose who do not pay all in advance pay as follows Tad 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 7oth day 540 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Ex cept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to trn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week ltirTbe best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall JJ Tlt is important to come the first day September la and stay till the end December 19 Qf For further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills r gRHfaHAPliflr Manufacturers Fucy RIfer Roar Con Meat Ship StvHs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST ReBer Fleer will to bardie tat PRIDE OF MADISON to sager EsceUart F1i- reaieliASe Potts Duerson Wn t elisa Itpmt I LTHE HOME I Somo Cooking School Recipes fly Mm Hill Apple CompoteCompotes are fresh fruits stowed in n syrup Mao a syrup by using threo fourths as much water as you do sugar nnd boil for Ire minutes Tho nmount of sugar must bo determined by the amount of fruit you wish to prepare For six or eight mediumsized apples imo ono cup of sugar and threefourths of a cup of wator for tho syrup Paro and coro tho apples and cut into halves or quarters Drop into tho hot syrup fluid cook a few nt n time so ns not to break them Cook until tender but still firm enough to hold tho form Remove carefully without breaking nrrnngo in rogular order in n glass dish boil down tho juice to the jelly point and pour over the fruit Servo coldwith cream Apples as well ns other fruits should bo cooked in granite or porcelain lined vessels never in tin Apple Souffle Souflles are dishes which aro made light with beaten eggs They must usually be SOlved ns soon ns taken from tho fire or they will fall but this apple senile does not fall and can bo served cold Boil some pooled and coredapples until tender press them through a colander or coarse sieve season to taste with butter sugar and lemon or vanilla Place tho seasoned apple pulp in a granitownro sauce pan mill let it cook until firm and dry To ono and onolourthCUPA of tho hot reduced apple pulp ndd the whiles of four eggs beaten verystiff nnd sweetened with three tablespoonfuls of sugar Mix the apples and beaten egg whites lightly and quickly together anti turn into a buttered pudding dish smooth the top into mound shape sprinkle with sugar and bake in a slow oven twenty to twentyfive minutes Servo hot or cold with cream or thin custard LTHE SCHOOL I Beroa Teachers Club To All Members of the Uerea Teachers Club Dear Friends The Club has been having n vacation but is now ready to begin work and invites nil its members to send letters to the Citizen publicationWrite of interesting news you may have Let us know how your school is progressing Your experiences will bo helpful to others Your plans for the future will help others to plan You have mot difficulties and overcome them nud your telling of it may help some ono else who has had the same trouble Eachmember of the Club would like to know what every other member is doing and tho best way to do this is thru tho columns of1 two Citizen Let us hear from you E C SBALK President Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools liT rimi cuvniiis i iinvis TRUE DISCOUNTI fiTruediscount is not used in discounting notes it is of value only where one wishes to find what is the cash value of a time payment It is just the snmo as finding what a principal is when time rate and amount are known and the same form of solution should be used One hundred dollars to be paid in ono year without interest is not worth 100 It is only worthas much as the sum of money which in one year will amount to 5100 That is it is lOa per cent of the i present worth from which equation 100 per cent of thq present worth is found J l Remember when a time and a cash value are to beIcompared the cash value of the time payment is oundjnot the time value of cash payment EXCHANGE A very few things are needed to make exchange clear Remember 1st Premium discount and interest arc always counted on the face value of the draftI2d Premium always increases the cost because it is paid by the buyer to the bank while discount and intor est decrease the cost of the draft because they are paid by the bank to the buyer Operate with per cent rather than money as in the following problem What is the face of a thirtyday draft which can bo bought for 1800 premium 3 per cent interest 0 per centjStatement Face lSOO Time33 days Rate 0 per cent Premium = 3 per cent Solution 1 100 per cent of face + J Per cont of face=1003 per cent of face cost were it a sight draft 2 Int for 33 days at 0 pr ct= D5 prctI3 100 pr ct of F55 pr ct of F =1002 pr ct of Fcost4 1002 pr ct of F = 1800 Why rG1 pr ct of F = 17 JIlt 0 100 pr ct of Fncc 179040 Cost of draft 170040 A Trip to Station Cninji It Is a little too long after the event to make an account of tho Teachers Association which was hold on August llth news but it will still be of Interest to many to read of tho impressions made on our Tutor Dizuoy of tho visit which he together with Tutor Seal Supt Ilud eon and Prof Marsh made to that place on that occasion After speak ing of the good program well carried out not the least important part of which was a basket dinner Mr Diz ney continues To a visitor used to traveling in the Kentucky mountains four things would attract special attention First tho ample beautiful and well built church painted plastered with stained windows and a seating capacity of COO The grounds around in some respects were ideal Tho church was on a gentle riso with a slight slope back to higher hills for a back ground In amphitheater shape In the Campus I counted fourteen great white oak trees of the primeval forest A bold cold spring gushed from the bill at tho base of tho campus Tho most remarkable thing connected with the church is tho joint ownershipand occupancy by two denominations ordinarily at war with each other the Baptist and Disciples or Reform church The pastors of tho respective churches were present and took part in the exercises They treated each other with the courtesy nnd kindness that becomes children of n common father may these conditions spread Second Tho good grade stock tho roadways travel by buggyand well cultivated fields showed thrift and enterprise Third The houses wore usually painted They had a tidy appearance and the grounds round showed thought and care Fourthand not last was the monu ment that stood across from tho church that marks the grave of tho brave Capt John Wilson the hero of Look Out Mountain He it was on that memorable Nov 25 1803 who first planted tho Stars and Stripes above tho clouds in face of tho enemy who held tho rocky summit that overlooked Chattanooga Tenn Tho call had been made to various regiments for volunteer services for this dangerous undertaking Volun teems from tho Ninth Indiana came in for second honor But tho first be longs to a Kentucky Highlander I had tho pleasure of holding in my hands tho identical old flag car ried by Capt Wilson I also had the pleasure of meeting his children and grandchildrenSome grandchildren wore tr t Lsrrcd in school this year at Borca I WM hospitably entertained at tho homo of his younger son whore the Captain lived at tho timo of his death some 10 years ago The whole trip was an inspiration Each of our company had ploasnu experiences to relate after it wits over Students Journal I Containing Breeey Nodes Com inq Events And Put Trials and Triumphs of But Studtnts 04 J U U Throe weeks of school nro past and Hume who had never swn the Pollen until tilts fall are b KluiilUR to fool like veterans and new rwrultd an still raining Our literary MoclMlm have niinj new members and are flourifdilru They are none the less modern thai they do not have to haze their new men to show their brilliancy of Inven tIn In tlmt hue of torture sad ten t tho niwliiieiw of new arrivals 1 lux lug was Invented by Cnln snmo thoim and of years RICO and students who try to rolno Cain belong to tho an todlluvUtn period nnd not to the twnn tleth century Ono of tho events of the unit week was the excursion made by six or eight students for real and roroatlon to Hobos Mountain last Saturday night Tho hublt of reeling had he come MI fastened noon them In their brief experience Ihtt moat of Uiom slept thru the mrtuon In Chapel Sun hat night Tho Students Journal editors so far as they aro appointed are Data Kappft Charles Klmiory Union II C Ingrain PI Helton PI 11 Iw Ptitnxm Phi Delta Luther Sh dntn Alpha Zeta harry Klniwnl- TIIIB MODRL SCHOIA altho they have us vet no lllorsry society are going to have their literary work n aitMMAH SBNIOU Literary Claw onrmlteil September SI 1000 The following officers were elected Prey Wm IWlly New York VIce Ire Arthur Saylnr Hell nmnty Ky Secy Walter Kills Dana Texiw Then SMivantlm Kleh Wllille Ky Cltorleter Mattte Orlinee Lexington Ky aergeanlalArnM Marl CnTtid all Dallas Texas The three eaptalna of the dlrtalnn reeiHinslbte for every third Friday ev eolnca pmnram are lint Minnie Mayer Clover Bottom Bemud Mattle Grimes I exlncton- Tlilnl Hobart Unraett l iiHrllle Number In claaa 4X teacher Mr Disney PI KPBILON PI The regular bmlnpca ineollnK of PI ISlMllon PI Literary Society wee held Krlilay evening 8ei 21 The following offlceni were elected for this term Prea Mlea Ityler VlcePrea Mir Henna PetHmun S cv Mlm Welsh Treaa Mies Hedfem Marshal Mir Oiuld Mir Doivoldwir Program Com mlttee Mlas Byler Mies llyllon MIss Iteece Mtas Mariv Mlm Mary Peter HXIIior Miss Pntnam Seven new menil era were then eK- ed Julio the society It will voted to take up the study of mythology and read Homera Odya ley tide term TUB HBTA KAPPA SOCIETY The roetiecla of the present year for Ilea Kappa are better than ever before In the fall term We have moro old members who understand the work done In Vela KfHM and a hoet of new members who have come to learn and asclnt In It Our present enrollment U twenty four IncliulInK boys who will be prom Inent in oratory athletics and other deportments of wok We expert a new room In the future which will give us better conveniences and a nicer home TUB UTILE DULCR SOCIBTY naval leer colors with the usual en thuslaitni on Friday night Tho society has intoned with an on ooumglng number of old members and with them nil a mi the new girls sue turning their faces towards the historic IOns Parlor where the ling Bring callers await their weekly rout1 at 730 p m Among the Interesting feature of the program may be mentioned as ape dally entertaining Ills History of the Society by Miss Ethel Todd News ut Boron and the World by Mlm Lll lle Chrlmiian and tho Utiaslan Oriels by Mlw UOHS Marsh Tho llarehu allow Toast After the program tho society changed Us form and became a circle of merry maidens kneollng over lamps hastily gathered from tho various rooms Over larch lump two or more girls held a queer cubicalshaped white sqiifthy body until It tools tho shade of delicate brown so ilelloIouMy tempting to tho eye thence to the palate And then Yum Yum Yum TILE PHI DEITA SOCIETY had nn Interesting program last Fri day which was enjoyed by many vis item besides the members Some ape vial features were music by the Phi Delta Orchestra and Quartet n poem by Mr Young and the Issue of tho Phi Deltlan presented by Mr Marsh After dUcuRsIng Bryan and his prospects tho editor continues an follows quelltJons fundamental question whirl Is on everybodys lips and has been for tho last wool and will bo for a week to come What I say Is the question of national politics compared with tho great and Important question Do DayWhichIs yethoordIs expected yes almost compelled to escort his best lady frIend or some other mans bust lady friend as the ease may boo for a days outing In tho hills HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has a few dcsirnblo houses to rent in Boren some of them gardenInquire any week day 4G to 12 a m or 8 to 4 p m cz c DOOM OF CUBA LIBRE SOUNDED PALMA AND HIS CABINET OBSTRUCT PEACE PLANS Their Resignation Invokes Occupation and Possibly Annexation By the United States Havana Sept 21It Is declared on very high authority Unit Amorlonn In tervention In Cuba In curtain Further It IB expected that Ute proclama ton of Intervention will be iMtied from Oyster Hay The conditions on tho Island are Inn stato of chnos- Practically tho Cuban government has ceased to exist and all that pro vents nbaoluto anarchy Is tho four of tho strong arm of Uio United States All tho members of tho cabinet anti tho howls of departments have pro Rented their reclgnattons to 1rMldent ialnuu Ho hoe accepted them but the nlllcora will rutnln their positions until tho resignation of tho prtMtdent lore been proeontod to congress Senator QPHrroll secretary of Made and JIM tlco wild thoro prokibly wouhl be n government by a uoinmlMlon appoint ml by the American government He mentioned Senor llarrleru chief Jus tlco of tho wipronie court and Ion Mario Menooul an poaalblo conunJn lonora Palma and Capote Resign Havana Sept 86 Vrealdent To miuto Ialma and Vice President Ca Pete of Cuba have resigned An extra session of time congress hRS been called for Krlilay and their route nations will then bo accepted Affairs are critical Palma la still In the 1108 whero he will remain till his rtwlfnatton Is accepted Thlrt It IB llleved will compel the United Statue to Intervene with the armed forces Mendes Capote tins boon directed In advtso Mosrsi Tart and llnoon that the moderates rttfite the ttrnfforvd term Secretory Tuft soot the writ ten condition to Kmtor Mendas Ca pote M president of the moderate party for convocation by himself and Senor Dolt preafclent of the senate The secretary urged Mendes Capote tol give hula an answer Immediately Senator Xnyws the liberal Paler Mid that Monday there wore nine points of difference between the lib crab and the American rooiralMlon en but he recanted these M being easily adjusted Tneadjiy morning Mr Taft revised the terns decldod upon In order to meet the desires uf the In auncenU sail Senor Zayaa took the draft of them to the TreaMlo to be considered by the whole committee What Liberals Demand Tuesday afternoon Senor Xajnui said that there were two main IlluU upon which the IMierals moat Insist one ot them being a i racUcl form tor the Uaeolutlon of Ute armed forces and the other being general amnesty for oil ttrtlclpanU In the revolution President Koosevelt cabled Prest dent alma appealing to the tatters xtUlotlsm to accept the terms sug Mled by Mesers Taft and llacon as being the only conditions under which ohm political condition oould be re storedThe loiter sent by Meears Taft and Bacon to President Palma and the members of the cabinet was lengthy and carefully and diplomatically won- Ct1 with the Intention of arouelng the Cuban presidents cooperation In a sottlement on the terms miggested through appealing to his pntrtotlein- esliles setting forth tile terms of tho proposed agreement the conmtm ion ors expressed the warmest apprecUv lion of President Palinns wellknown lIfo ambition that Cuba continue an ndepotident republic and appealed to him to do nil powUblo to aid the peace commissioners In carrying out tho task sot them by President Uooaovolt Taft Is Disgusted Secretary of War Tuft of the United States declared Tuesday night that the wholo situation la disgusting and ho has cabled to President Roosevelt to rush moro warships and 1000 nddl tlonal marines to Uio Island It Is liDI lurstood that no tune will bo lost In getting them bore They will hold UIOI parts till tho soldiers can follow The latter It Is understood aro already desIgnated and aro only awaiting tho sIgnal to got In motion Tho only hope seems to Ho In Tafti great diplomatic ability nail tho conn dance which ho has Inspired In the minds of tho Cubans Secretary Taft places tho wholo blame practically on tho Palma goy ernment which has refused absolutely to consider tho compromlso offered by tho United Stales loners and whIch was accepted by tho rebel lead ers Has Palma Departed Koy West PIn Sopt 2G1t Is reported hero that President Palma of Cuba hurts resigned and departed from Cuba Magoon Quits Panama Panama Sept 20 Charles K Ma goon tho retiring American mlnlstw at Panama loft hero for Washington Tho press expressing public sentiment deplores tho departure of Min later Magoon and says ho loaves be- hInd him only friends Record of Killings Washington Sept 2C During the year ending Juno 30 1005 according to ntorstnto commerco statistics an av orago of 20 pcoplo wore killed a day and 238 Injured a day In railroads In the United States Total number killed 0703 Injured 80008 Hannahan Defeated Sargent Milwaukee Sept 2GGrMd Master John J Hannnhan of Pcorla Ill was oeloctod by tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen over Frank P Bar gout tho rote being 355 to 290 The contest wad spirited e ra tom REAL ESTATE 1 havo n farm containing 74acres noxt to the plko rand in roach of Boron College This IB n very Rood farm It linn n largo house on it good water good barn antin good orchard Thoro nro 15acres in gram This farm is worth moro than I musk for It Thor is now 4micros in tobacco on tho that in tut flno oa thoro Is in Madison collntytAny ono wanting this place will do well to call sad sue J P Hicknull at onco + I nlso have improved nnd nnimprovixl loU in Heron for sale t I can funiiHh you with anything you wnnt farm im plcmontN fertilizer Wolwr wngoiiH buggies paints oils roofing flteol and gidvanizoil 1 innku n specialty in put ting on roofing If you will call at my store I will show you tho latent best tutu moat economicaloil stoves that are on limo mnrkiit A 10rrl Inmnty nnd n great comfort to tho lady in tilt kitchen I have n vory complete lino of groceries hnrdwnro dry goods clothing nnd if you wnntn goo1l1nitor clothe at very littlo inonoy moo nnd wo mo J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BHROA KENTUCKY +MOM M W A 6h + orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrK Orrrrrrrrrrrrirrrirrrrrrrrr I WHO SAID GROCERIES j She ought to have said it through time telephone No 33A or have called in person and talked on the subject lo K r W D LOGSDON i When you wnnt good things nt low prices hues the mnn i to talk with R- r 20 pounds Grnnnlatcd Sugar 100 ta1ryaSuck of Kiirvkn Ilour host on Unrlh 55 J White Hole Flour per Sack 50 C 12 Pint Cups 0 15 g- All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoons h A I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store 1 a oo a 1ds11Y 1110 i171 A1t11A11dlir tf4AAQAi1AAAA AAAAAA y LOUISVILLE NASHVillE RAILROAD Time Tablo In Effect Jan I 1906 Going North Train 4 tXllj Lwivo Boroo3lH a m Arrive lliolnnon14 lOa m Xrrive Parts D28n in Arrive Cinolnnnti 760 n in Joint North Train 2 Dally IxMtve Borooo 121 pm Arrive Klchmond 200 pm Arrive Purls 330 pm Arrive Cinoinnnti 010 p in Going South Train 3 Dilly Nonve Boron 121 p in Arrive Knoxville 810 p in- Going South Train I Dilly Lonvo Boron 1220 n m Arrive Knoxville 730 n m HonrMKNT Train nnmten J Imd jcntr Nu fit parlor or HMdcoMhwlKtvirTiiClnciiiiMl Iled Knnxvillr In liolli illttrtkw Trullii num MT reed 4 curry IMllmnn 111 sreplnx- ar amt trwches hrtr n Cincinnati and Knoi rick in both ilirrctkm W H BOWER Ticket Agent CRITICALLY ILL Many people aro critically III ns n- rteult of ilUturbanco of tholr digestive unction and dont know It If you are suffering from dizziness heart burn wind UUM of rviiwilio Irrllnbll ly hoadnchii nausea colic roiiHllpa lion wtiHto no tlmo but take fir Jiililwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It rosy be the means of wardliiR off lanwnms nlrknuM At any rate It will surely make vour dlslmwInK IIYIIIIJlIlr symptoms disappear It in- eaf s certain tend pleasant Sold by S K WKUTH Jit at toe and 1100 Money hack It It fa- llsthroat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates arc features ittheseI cough very ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them 2 You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the blood and tone up the t system I ScottS Emulsion rItand nourishing power Removes the cause of f the cough and the whole 7 system is given new1 strengthand vigor IJ fir1m umfti SCOTT 6 BOlfNE chmht 409415 Par Slrtrl New cork Sot aJfroo jilt Jrurjtai terl yea y + AA FEELING This IlAKE yAndA m AHANTrii ClrllK Will IlMlH Itching lllln1 ntrmliiiK rrMtuilInx Illm Drug 511s Ifs ulltoilinl to trfuml motel II IAZO I U1NTMKNT Ullo cure In 6 to M lUy su New Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN anti got your clothes cleaned and prorimxl by J C BURNAM- The West End Bubo Shop Phone 67 GOc n suit is all it will cost you BARGAINS Dfoal60cpor bushel Granulated Sugar fa per l- bFlour40c to D5o por stick R wt Uncoil llo jxjr I- hRaltOOperl00 lieuMGood CuTeol2oiind IDojwrlb All other goods nt tho lowest pos sible prices MD SETTLE lUg Hill Ky OKkrrstkKrrrKkltttrk teststatrK I For Sale or i Rent Cheap A nice little Cottage r i louse of four rooms on iDepot Street Lot 83 rMiby 269 feet Call on S addressiItO D HOLLIDAV iREAL ESTATE AGENTS MAIN HT IIIJHKA KV JtKkKet utver rw zs 11 BLAST WRECKS TOWN TONG OF DYNAMITE BLOWN UP AT JELLICO TENN TWELVE PERSONS KILLEDI 600COOtsuIte In the Awful Dis aster Jellioo Tenn Twelve death the injuring ot scores of other persons nncl 600000 damage to property were nusil hero Friday when a carload ol lynamlte standing on n truck noor the Southern depot exploded with a report that was heard for 20 miles There Is a bnro possibility that oth vt bodies may bo recovered from the rutna of bulldlngR hut this II hardly jfrobable Building were nhnttered In the htMlnese section of tbo town and nearly every ploce ot glass within a radius of one mile of the scene wu broke The explosion occurred at olgti oclock Friday morning Tlie frrtgl car belonging to the 1ennayfvanli railroad lines contained 4M boxes about 2000 pounds of high explo w Mixes consigned to the Hand Powder company at ClearjleW Tenn Near the scene of the uipkwtor tbere was rule and wild panic Mon shrieked end groaned as they died llnlldlnRs tumbled to the ground and n large part of the business district of the ottjr was reduced to a idle of mbbtob From beneath the wreckage wen oil women maimed and bleed tog etningted Into the street and fled at a mad pace wltlnmt stopping to certain the nature of the disa terTwo rouftea are assigned for the ox Iibxhw One Is thAt three nartle were shooting at a mark on the ellr and UMI n buRst entered the car am Mused the loa The other II that wbllo the ear was standing on a we track a carload ef pig Iron wai switched acnlBit it and that tbe Ira pact caused the explosion Without ewwjiUofi every businois house la tbe town Is either totall wrecked or badly damaged The union depot of the Setttben railway and the Levlsrille NashtUle raIl reed leraUd about MM hundred yards from tbo scpsie of the exptoaloa was shattered to RitttRtora This out oft all telegrapblc ootntnunJcatton sad sews of UM explosion WM handled by geerIsad one Jnear on the Kentucky side were without ex neitUon demolished As n result It Is f etUmoled tbat oneseventh of the pop uUtton of the two Jelllcos Is homo lOR The line between Tennessee and Kemtucky tuna through the town ot Jelltco The oxplostoa occurred on the Kentucky side but owing to the Interruption of wire communication the dispatch tolling of the accident I wel iwnt from Jollloo Tenn WILL CASE COMPROMISED fSACEto Get Double Legacies Amount of Their New York The will of Russell Sage wee presented to the sur rogate Friday and proved without contest Counsel for tho executor an nounced that Mrs Sage Intends to give to each of Mr Sagos relatives who are beneficiaries under tho will nn additional sum equal to tho amount 1hisor her legacy provided thero Is This wee as uatlsfnctory by Senator Edgar T Bra ket of Saratoga who was In jthls city preparing to contest the will in behalf of Edson M Coonrad ot Watorvllot N Y a grandson ot one ot Mr Sago sisters Under this set tlement Coonrnd will receive 12500 Inftteod of tC250 and each of the 26 nephews and nieces of Mr Gage who were to receive 25000 will bo given 180000 DECLARED GUILTY OF PEONAGE Judge Imposes Prison Term and Heavy Fines on Defendants Capo Glrardeau 1tloThe Jury In the Smith caso Friday returned a vet dict of guilty against Charles M Smith and Charles M Smith Jr and the five tenants of their farms on tho eleventh count In tho peonage case Judge k pronounced sentences as follows Charles M Smith throe years and six months In the peniten tiary at Fort Loavcnworth Kim and a llnoof 5000 and costs Charles M Smith Jr two years In tim peniten tiary and a fine of 5000 and costs lien StenO and lion Fields each one year adIrnontha and 100 flnoW Leo Rogers and WillIam Woods each two years and six months and 1QO fine Floyd woods two years and six months nnd 100 fIne r Twelve Known to Be Dead London Twelve persons are known dead and 17 wore injured In the 4wre of tho Scotch express on the Groat Northern railway at Grantham ilt was stated that there are other luodleB under the wreck Thieves Invade Bavarian Mint Munlch Tho Bavarian mint Was robbed of 32500 In newly coined ten mark pieces Tho thieves got into tho mint bt creeping through a dry underground canal which had been opened forceanlngi I LL I DEAF TO THE CRIES FOR JUSTICE THE FRENZIED ATLANTA MOD LYNCHED ANOTHER MAN Though Assailed Victim Find Him InnocentIt It Thought None of the Victims Was Guilty Atlanta On Sept 21 Unawod by the presence of tho stato troops over 1000 mon strong who are patrolling the principal struts ot tho city somo of the rowilyf elements still thirsting for negro blood tried to reorganize the mob that successfully lynched 11 negrooa Saturday Tho rioters managed to gather only n fow dangerous crowd otto ot which quickly dlsiHitched another negro In the afternoon Title man like those killed previously waif apparently Innocent of annie Two negroes had been arrested on suspicion of being concerned In the assault on Mrs Arnold Tho prisoners were taken to the womans houm but alto seemed unable to positively Iden tify either of them as her assailant Shu Utousht however that one ot them who celled himself Jack Murray was tho guilty man She refuged to make any charge against Henry Moore tile companion Took the Wrong Man The officer started to Jail with both negroes but on the way Jeck Murray who was suspected by Mn Arnoli escaped The officer continued with Jnck Moore On Marietta street tome ONe raised the cry that the officers hud Mrs Arnolds anMilonU Almost Instantly a crowd surround od the officer took the negro and rid died him with bullets With bis dy- Ing breath he asserted Ida innocence The tragedy was witnessed by many people among them tome children who wore playing on the street Gov Tenall having placed the city practically under martial law there was no general recrndeucenoo during the Sabbath of the negro hunting by whlto mobs which resulted In the doetR of 12 negroeB and two while men and the wotmdlnK more or lees seri oust ot fully 100 negroes and half ft many whites It was 4 oclock In the morning be fore a semblance of order was restored In Ute city At S oclock dor TIT1I ordered out all tile stale troop In the c4t1 sud placed the situation In charge of Col Clifford Anderson As soon as Col Anderson could get in touch with hit subordinate he dtotrllmled squads over the city placing them at strate lie point and In a short while Ute situation was greatly Improved Subdued By the Rain A hoary rain which began tailing at I oclock and continued for nearly two hoars was probably more affective iiI subduing tho mob and sending members to coyer than even Uio pree ones of the stale tflOP The southern tacit as a rule when minting nocroos oaree very little tot the local soldiery The mob members tellers that in their attacks on negroes they have the silent sympathy of the local troops and the view of the mob III not far wrong The presence of good sokllers scat toted ovor Atlanta In squads ranging from 11 to SO according to the taipei tattoo of the location gave the city a military air that It Mil worn on no Sabbath since General Will III 01 Tecum colt Sherman was at IU gates away back In the sixties A disturbances was caused In the morning when a negro appeared on Marietta street near the government building with n rifle In five minutes the negro was seen by a crowd of white men who selxed the gun and used It to club the negro so that ho was eent to the hotpltal Fifty yards away was grouped a patrol ot 20 state guardsmen A block taco was n rnrltY on tho trcoU during tho tiny Ordinarily one scorn about as many negroes aa white men but the lesson bad IU affect on tho negroes and they remained In their homo THROUGH REBEL CAMP t A March Was Threatened By Gen Avalos and His Men Havana Sept tDo811Ito the nrml utlce which Is now In effect a dust between government troops and guer rilla forces was threatened Gen Av alos with 400 cavalry and 300 Infant ry arrived at Guanajay at noon hav lug come by train from Pillar del to Artomesa prepared to proceed tc Camp Columbia neat Havana This meant passing through the rebel camp Gen Guorra sent a message to Gen Avalos that this might lead to an en counter and that ho would not bo re sponsible for the outcome Con Ava lot declared hU Intention to continue the March but Gon Rodriguez by di rection ot Secretary Taft ordered him to take his force to Marlel which will bo done Charged With Murdering Husband Knoxvlllo Tenn Sept 21 Charged with having murdered her third hue band to get his Insurance money ot r00t Mrs Ida MoXnffery 24 is in the custody of the local police Chem ical analysis ot Uio dead mans atom ach showed traces of strychnine An ElohtYearOld Doy Sentenced Albln IlL Sept 2tOscar Napier S was found guilty of the murder of a playmate The Iowa Juvenile law does not cover murder cases and the boy will bo sentenced tho same ns It he were of mature npo Ho deliberately shot a boy wlUi whom ho was playing Killed His Wife Tliackor W Va Sept 24Mrs Benjamin T Sloan was shot and killed by her husband near hore Tho indict penetrated her left breast Shb stated before death that hr husband shot her accidentally 4 l IVOU CANT KEEP A GOOD MAN DOWN TOLL OF LIFE INCREASING TEN THOUSAND NOW REPORTED DEAD AT HONOKONG ntlre Fishing Fleet of 600 Vessel ILot In Typhoon Troops Aid In Clearing Up Wreckage HongKong The entire fleet of 600 netting Junk was lost in tho typhoon TIlls increases the mortal ity to 10000 persons The leone are esUmatod at several million dollars More than 1000 sam pans and Junks are missing from HongKong alone Wharves wore awefit away and bouses collapsed Tho military barracks are In ruins Twelve ships wore sunk 24 wore stranded seven wore damaged and onehalf of the native craft In i ort wore sunk The steamers Montooglc Kalahari Kottngahan Wing Chat Hcrmanla Castellano Tak JUne Emma Luyken San Ilosarlo Slave Pakhong Pet rarch Chum Leo Sexta Sunoa Chang Sha Signal and Chlnkat Maru are ashore Tho American ship S P Hitchcock was she driven na ore as were many of tho launches that run about the harborThe steamers Kwong Chow San Chewng Sorsogon and Kongmocn wore sunk The steamer Apcnrado and Johanne are partly awash Practically all the Baluchistan troops and 300 of tho West Kent regiment are cooperating in clearing the wreck ago ot the recent typhoon Prodlgloua efforts are being made In the recovery of dead bodies which are being car clod off In cartloads Constable Mun day who Is superintending tho work collapsed and has been removed to a hospital As n result of tho typhoon the Royal Dutch Petroleum companys lighter loaded with oil while being pumped out Into tanks was stranded but was subsequently refloated The companys pier was damaged to the extent of 30000 Manager Murray and stat wore Instrumental In saving the lives of 100 men and women and children who have been housed clothed and ted on tho companys promises Shipping has boon resumed but Is hampered by the Inadequate supply of steam launches and lighters The former command 180 and tho latter 100 for hire ouch working day Tho Chinese are evincing the most remarkable spontaneity in subscrib ling to relief funds for tho typhoon sufferers A remittance of 10000 has been received from the Chinese of San Francisco TrutopI flat tersby has built a house in the tops of two adjoining pine trees on his form and will spend the winter there He is 35 years old and Is a consump tive Tho house Is painted white There Is a door and two windows but the latter will bo closed only to pro vent snow from entering Access to the treetop is had by means of a rope ladder which Robinson Crusoelike Battersby will pull up at night Government Buying Silver Washington Tho director of the mint Wednesday purchased 200000 ounces of flue sliver onehalf for tho Denver and onehalf for tho New Orleans mints at 6835 cents per ounceMissouri National Bank Closed Washington Tho Dates National bank of Butler Mo was closed Thurs day by action of the board of directors for the purposo of going into liquidation Mr W J Butler has been appointed receiver Normal School Burned Stanborry MOThe normal school was destroyed by fire Loss 75000 Two hundred students attended the college but only tho presidents tam ily lived In It and they escaped unin jured DEATH LIST STILL UNKNOWN Clmarron River Keeps the Secret of Its Victims Kingfisher Okla The number of lives lost Tuesday when Il Rock Island passenger train went through a bridge over the Clmarroi river Is not yet revealed and proba bly never will be Workmen have been busy roplac Ing the destroyed bridge The smok or engine baggage and mall oars are still hidden under tho waters ol the river although the stream has fallen several feet All work at the scene of the Rook Island wreck at Dover bridge hat been suspended The rescue party has lost all trace of tho location of tho two coaches In the river Boll are thought to bo entirely embedded In sand Most of the Injured have gone to their homes Three persons are still missing Mall Clerk Gamble Circus man LUtloflold and negro porter Doug lasnnll are undoubtedly drowned Those with tho death of a llttlo boy named Zolla of Payne 0 from In- Juries make tho death list four DOUBLE MISSOURI TRAGEDIES They Cause Lots of Three Lives at Excelsior Spring Excelsior springs MoThreo lives were sacrificed In two tragedies which occurred here Domestic trouble caused Jerome Curry manager of the Central Sash and Door company of Topeka Kan to shoot and kill his wife and then kill himself At almost the same hour James Farley a con tractor aged 40 years of this city walked Into a drug store and poured out a cup of carbolic acid from a five gallon bottlo and drank It Tho Curry tragedy occurred on abridge leading to one ot the springs Mrs Curry who was 53 years old has been hero since August 25 her husband came last night They ap pcared to bo on good terms until they started for a walk today when II quarrel ensued Mrs Curry suddenly started to run when her husband fired at her three times As alto fell he fired a bullet through his own brain He was 55 years old Fancy was despondent over the re cent death of his wife TO NEGOTIATE NEW TREATY Convention Between United States and Santo Domingo Washington A now treaty wit Santo Domingo probably will bE negotiated By tho terms ot tho proposed convention tho United States will not act ns tho fiscal agent of San to Domingo In full capacity that Is It wilt not act as paymaster of Sant Domingo In tho liquidation of that countrys indebtedness The bond Issuo plan suggested by Frederico Velasquox the minister of foreign affairs and commerce of San to Domingo meets with the approval of tho officials of the state depart ment Out of this will grow the no gottatlons for tho now treaty Two Die In Wreck PulaakI isA work train on the new line of the Northwestern road ran into workmens sleeper car hero killing Ed Ware and George Madden of PUtsburg and injuring 11 others Prelates Body Is Washed Up Oran Algeria The body of a nina believed to be tho bishop of San Pab I lo of Brazil who was lost In the wreck of the Italian steamer Slrlo 01 Kormlgos Island Spain August 4 hasI been washed up on tho coast here Death of Millionaire Banker Akron OlIenry Robinson a widely known banker and manufacturer died of hqart disease Ho leaves a fortune esUmated at over a mllllot dollars represented by Interests It many business institutions I r c I J INTERESTING STATE NEWS I SUPPOSED CORPSE Laid Out Preparatory to Burial Moved I and Began to Breathe Glasgow Ky Persons living In the western part of Glasgow aro excite over tho strange condition of Mrs George Burgess who with her hue band moved hero from Etolle this county five mouths dgo Since beating hero Mrs Burgess became afflicted with a malady said to bo consumption and for several days had beon growing worse Yesterday It was given out that sho would not live through the day She sank gradually until 11 oclock last night when sho apparently died Several women wore called In and tho body was laid out preparatory to dressing It for burial Whllo Uicy were waiting for tho burial robe tho corpse surprised all present by mov- Ing An InvosUgaUon revealed that the woman was breathing From the time hhe was thought to have died half an hour until she moved thero was no perceptible sign of life Respi ration and heart action had ceased and those who closed her eyes and handled the body declared silo was cold and rigid After those present had recovered from their surprise restoratives were applied and In a short time she had rallied sufficiently to talk Mrs Burgess Is still alive though her con dition is very critical and her death ox pected at any time To those who helped revive her she said It takes me a long time to die Dont you think s01 FOOT RACE Suggested to McCreary by Beckham to Settle Senatorial Battle Louisville Ky There might have been a unique day in Kentuckys his tory If Gov Beckham nnd Senator McCrenry had really meant what they said when one submitted a proposition for a foot race to settle the senatorial question and the other quickly took It up The governor and the senator met at tho state fair and hobnobbed togeth er for a largo portion of the time They were In the Judges stand wait ling for tho culling of a race when the governor suddenly said Senator we might as well settle this question now as any other time Suppose we go out on tho track and have a foot race for the nomination for senator Quick as- a flash Senator McCreary came back That Is perfectly agreeable to me he said but I would suggest that the ibis tance be a mile that we may better test the running qualities of each Among those In the stand was Gen John B Castleman and for a moment every one accepted the challenge seri cushy But the proposed foot race passed Into the 190C campaign Joke book FEUDISTS FIRE I Forty Shots Killing One Man and t Wounding Two Others Sergent KyIn a second battle be tween the Mulllns and Fleming fac tions on tho LetcherPlke border James Anderson aged 33 years of tho Mulllns party was shot and killed and Hiram Mulllns the leader was prob ably fatally wounded The shooting was done by the Floating faction it is said John Fleming loader of his side was shot in a leg Forty shots were fired in the fight It is said that the losses of tho Mulllns have been so great that they have decided to die band IN CINCINNATI The Man Convicted In Kentucky Says He Planned Crime Mt Sterling KyW W Eubank charged with usurping the office of road supervisor was fined 500 and Prank Saymau charged with burglarizing the residence of Col A W Ham ilton was sentenced to nine years In tho penitentiary Sayman testified that ho formerly lived at the Hamilton home and met his pals In Cincinnati and formed the plan to come hero and rob tho residence Ed Warner and t Martin Sayman charged with being ac cessories to tile robbery got seven and I i half and six years respectively Burglars Entered Post Office I ovlngton KyA telegram from Butler Ky states that burglars en bred the post office there and secured about 25 and a large quantity oft TheyIling and secured 25 In cash I Search For An Heir Lexington Ky Sheriff John McEI roy In in receipt of a letter from Cotta O Judge Stephens of Kenton county asking for Information concerning one E Huddloaton who was last hoard IIE here Huddloston la heir to the es of the late Judge Simpson of Up to the Mayor Frankftjrt KyThe court of appeals decided that the statute permits the police Judge of the fourthclass cities appoint n clerk and if the city coun IIto passes an ordinance fixing tho sal ary of the clerk the mayor must issue the warrant to pay the clerks salary Mm ORourke Dead Covington KyMrs A ORourke aged 44 wife of R T ORourke chair roan of the democratic executive COrM I mittee otthe third legislative district of Kenton County died at the resl t lenco ot ear trouble I r IItt I 1 RESORT OF NOTED CROOKS I Yclept Hells Half Acre the Scene of a Shooting Affray London Ky During a general fight I J II Thomas from Mud Lick N cand a man named Thompson fromIFlat Lick Knox county were shot near tile K D bridge In Uiis county Thomas is shot through the stomach and Is dying Thompson Is shot the I IcOllnty woodland Just outside the corporation limits of Corbin and across Lynn Camp River on the Laurel side hone runny jnoted crooks congregate awl several men have been killed there within the last few years The resort is so sit I tinted that the city authorities of Cor bIn can not Interfere with the offen ors and they have little trouble In es caping the officers of Laurel and Knot by crossing the county line when they were pursued Deputy Sheriff W N Scovllle of this city went to the scene of the fight tonight and placed several men and women under arrest and wilt bring them to the London Jail tonight t AN INVESTIGATION ct Into tStateFrankfort KyTho state board ot control ordered an Investigation Into the sudden death of Fred Ketterer ot Ashland at the Lexington Insane asylum 1 President Hajy of the board issued the following statement Tho state board of control In special sea idea has determined to make an inves tigation of the cause and circum stances attending the death of FrcdlKetteror recently a patient in tho Eastern asylum for tho Insane at Lex 7 ington Judge J R Morton of Lexing ton has been employed by the board to formulate the moUiod to be making the Investigation The has instructed Judge Morton boonlr j purpose and desire Is that tho gatlon shall be full and that the facts relative to the d Ketterer be clearly established without regard to consequences The suit of the Investigation whatever reoImay be is at tho service of the county grand Jury which meets II OctoberII INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER I I Returned Against Sheriff and Poosa That Captured Frank Ball I 4 Mlddleboro KyTho grand jury in session in Lee county Virginia return t ed indictments against Kentucky offi core who captured Frank Ball at Rose 4 fwithJohnson sheriff of felt county It L GIvens Gordon Givens Newton J WIN burn John Glynn of Middlosboro und James Rollins Ike Vanblbber and John Wilson of Plnevlllo deputy sheriffs It is said that Coy Swanson will 1SkIGov Beckham for requisition of men The members of the party who assisted the sheriff and his posse havo been indicted as accessories to the j murder of Lee This party was com uposed principally of business men ot MIddlesboro and Plnevllle It Stays In for Life t rthesentence of Charles Finch was re I ceived In November 1903 an un I known white man was murdered nndJrobbed and his body mutilated as slept In the woods by a roadside near Pembroke Finch and eight other neIgroes were arrested Seven 1 life sentences George Holt was hang ed and the ninth escaped by turning states evidence Sergent IInonly seven a liam Shepherd guilty of having killed Riley Webb of DIg Cowan Crook and fatally wounding his own wife December 1903 Shepherd was given Inii life sentencerMorgantown KyA M Hunt rev celved a telegram from Thatcher ArlJlI saying that his brother Percy Hunt aSrailroad mall clerk of that city died there Percy Hunt was a railway moll clerk located at Cincinnati for several yews Indicted for Murder Sergeut KyThe grand Jury of Left cher county has returned an indict mont against Joseph Davidson aged 3S years a farmer of Line Fork charging him with the murder of John Trlvttt his neighbor Davidson is a fugitive It Woodford County Goes DryIVersailles Ky Woodford gave a majority of 533 for local With fourteen precincts the optiontance people Vrere victorious In three This will remove every saloon from the county including the towns of Versailles and Midway Panic Narrowly Averted rLouisville Ky With a terrible roar tho monhead of a boiler In the en sine room of the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakelend blew out and a panic among the la mates was narrowly averted r- rI m = jc r Cb e oNollosososososososoNosososasososososososososososoe + East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere ElseJo o o Ro corteiponiene palllibed naleti lpirt in fen by the writer The umoIt not for p Mle UoB but ee ea trident cf toed faith Write pUisly o- sosoNosososososososososososososososososososososososos Election II ComluR llurrnh for the Log Cnbln Two things arc at stake in the corning election We are to elect a new set of Congressmen and the question is whether the time which have come under Presidem Roosevelt are to continue Shall wn t elect Congressman who will help Roosevelt A VOTE FOR Till LOG CABIN IS A VOTE FOR PROS PERITY But the more Important question In Kentucky is the question or the square deal and a fair election The Democratic party In Kentucky has made a saint out of the man who fixed the state so that there could not be a fair election They have cut up the legislative districts allowing a very few voters to make a Demo p cratic district but BO many voters In to each Republican district as to prac tically rob half the stale of Just rep resentation As one leader unblush Ingly said We think one Democrat ought to be equal to two Republicans and three niggers thrown In Manor the best Democrats have left the party because of these things Now is the time for every true patriot to RALLY TO THE LOG CABIN BE CAUSE IT STANDS FOR THE IN TERESTS OF THE POOR MAN AND A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN Ira Ilnm rcift firrvtlng Mrs J W Dlnsmoro has been In thehospltal for the past week a J victim of typhoid fever She wishes thru these columns to send greetings to all her friends whom she met In e her recent trip In Eastern Kentucky t as well as to those of longer standing She trusts all are well and happy and hopes to see a great many of the boys and girl In Berea the first of Jan uary MADiSOn COUNTY IIKEYPUS Sept 24 Maggie Hurley left last Friday for Cincinnati to visit her sister Eliza Ellen Hurley Amos Mo Collum and Bradley Gabbard of McKee visited relatives here Saturday und Sunday Wade Kindred was called from Illinois last week to see j his mother who la Very sick Polly Ann Isaac of Lexington and Martha Powell entertained a number of young folks at the home of Mr and Mrs Sandlin of Kingston Saturday iLewis May Lain and wife visited Youngs Sunday Mrs Mar of Brassfield took dinner at J John Powells Tuesday Frossie Bak er has been nor brother Jim Baker of Berea the past weekMr and Mrs John Powell attended the Association at Kerby Knob Wednes day and Thursday Erne Jones of Boyle county is here tills week on business alert Sept 240 P Jackson a student of Berea College organized a Sunday school at old log cabin schoolhouse near this place with four teachers and sixty pupils It Is one of the oldest school districts In the county unit the first Sunday school ever organlz ed there Mr Jackson also delivered an Interesting lecture on Sunday school work We would be glad to have him come again Our Sunday school at Bobtown Is gutting along nicely under the care of Jeff Jackson as superintendent Arthur Riddell of KIngtson attended the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Mary Jackson spent last week with friends In the mountains The two district schools here are getting along nicely with Mr Green of Kingston teaching Bobtown school and Ledford Creekmore teach- Ing Log Cabin school Mrs C M Moody and daughter Dollle visited Mrs John Moody and family Tuesday DULUTJI Sept 22Mrs C Arnett is under the care of Dr Gibson of Richmond The Misses Lakes Etta and Vickie entertained a party of young folks at their home Wednesday night Bean hulllngs which are very numerous now seem to be the delight of tho young people Several from this plac uttended the Kerby Knob Association held on Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this weelWe are glad to bay that Alma Lake and II Caldwell have pupils In their schools who expect to go to Berea College this winter We are sure this will be tho best thing they can doMr Halcomb from Harlan county passed thru hero With a largo drove of cattle Wm Webb and S Noland returned front the mountains Tuesday with a nice lot of cattleour school was recently visited by Superintendent Noland He delivered an Interesting talk well worth remembering Alma and Vick ie Lakes were tho guests of Mrs C + rnett on Wednesday of last week 1110 HILL Sept 19Mr and Mrs John Shear field of Louisville visited Mrs Shear fields brother James Weathers from Wednesday until Sunday of last week Stella Abrams spent Monday night with Mattle LambLucy Hayes was the guest of the Misses Johnston of Silver Creek Saturday nlghtMr and Mrs Stephen Green are now visiting friends and relatives In Dell county Mr Green will return in a few days but Mrs Green exnects to spend a month there Minerva McKeehan visited Flora Green Tuesday of last weekMrs James Parker and family are visiting Mr and Mrs Mike Parker and other relatives at this placeMrs Julia C Green spent of last week with Mrs Cornelison Lutz Carrier and Frank Brown have returned from Hamlliton OMr and Mrs John Shearfleld of Louisville and Mr and Mrs James Weathers vis ited Mrs Green and family Saturday Mr and Mrs Sandlin of Kingston stayed over night with Mr and Mrs Joe Reece Tuesday Lona Hendrlcksl visited Rebecca Coatee Martha Lucas visited Mrs James 4- u r Weathers Friday Mr and Mrs Sim moue of Richmond took dinner lit Mrs Greens Tuesday LEE COUNTY NEWS How lu nl n Clinrch llounc- As Prof Pounimnii was in Ross Creek Leo county lately ho visitwl Congletons lumber camp nml snit You ought to have n church house hero If you dont youll have drunk enness surd lust nUll murder If you do your property wilt he safer and your lives bettor Mr Conglelon promised to furnish tho timber in tho tree for n churchhouso C T Ashley who owns tho sawmill promised to saw tho lumber for it Onto Maguiro brother promised to haul tho logs and lumber and another Maguire brother promised to furnish tho hardware Several offered to have a rally for n day and build tho house Mr Ashley agreed to furnish n Christian worker That is the kind of spirit needed in every timber camp A well mannedchurch house will do moro than any number of marshals and sheriffs to quake n place fit to livo in with comfort and peace Wo nro waiting for news that tho pr mii have been carried out and the church houso built- Mortin Rowland Lewis Sparks ind John fleece WITO some of those who gave Prof IVnniiniin tho rent mountain welcome when ho was iu their neighborhood Mr Sparks was one who in tho old days when Free speech was denied in Kentucky took his rile with ten others and surrounded John Q Fee Mr Fee spoko and tho rifles wore silent but it was on eloquent silence Sept 1SSi Mitchell Swifts salesman was with us last Tuesday Fan ny Harris of Sulrly lad Is visiting friends at this place Walter Ash croft visited friends at Hopewell Sat irday and Sunday Mrs Ella Me julre returned from Lexington Berea ind other points Saturday where she tad taken Leighton her little son vho was stricken blind with menln ltls but we are pleased to report hat he Is Improv Congleton ft iVllltams stave mill Is ready for ope- ratlonL B Smith our depot agent was married last week to Efflo Brand inburgh of Heidelberg So here to good luck and much happiness to both Uncle Lewis Sparks has returned to liS from Indiana where he hen teen visiting relatives There are a great many readers of The Citizen here and every one enjoys reading It CLAY COUNTY HtllNlNH SlKINfiS Sopt2tTho Baptist Association ucetiug on Laurel Creek passel off cry quietly Tho delegation from Burning Springs was very largo All who were present said they had heard owe glorious sermons Tutor Scaled Berea College was in Burning Springs September 0 surveying the chool grounds for the purpose of training them Mr Seale is an old acquaintance of Mr and Mrs Brock ind was welcomed at their home Mr C Hudson also of Berea College was in Burning Springs SeptO HI was on his way to his home We are sorry to know that Mr Hudson foes not expect to be in school at Jerea this yearJohn D Rawlings assistant postmaster at this place left last Monday for Wilton Ky We zero sorry to have him go Martin McCreary a promising young teacher of Clay county was here Saturday and Sunday He visited Prof and Ire Brock Jack Rawlings who bas been working on the new tele phone line south of Booneville has eturned here and is now in school doing fine work The Maggard Jroa dentists of this place returned rom Hyden Ky Sunday They had been absent about three mouths Dr Oeo P Thompson of Man heater Ky is visiting home folks this week Drs Thompson and laggard will return to Louisville soon whore they expect to pursue heir medical wursoA grand picnic for tho districts adjoining Burn ng Springs is to bo held hero the first Friday in October An inter sting program is expected from each school Basket lunches are to be irepared It is hoped that a large crowd will be present It is also expected that tho largest number of schoolchildren ever assembled in Burning Springs will be presont at his exhibition Como and enjoy a lay with tho Burning Springs peo pleMarie Coldirou is the guest of 3r and Mrs Hornsby this week Mrs Mary Murray of this place vis- Ited Martin McCrearys school Friday and made several pictures- SI Webb an insurance agent was in Burning Springs Friday and Satur lay JACKSON COUNTY mm ROCK Sept 24Tho wire of Hiram Young lied Tuesday morning and was laid to rest In the family graveyard Wed lesday morning The infant hlld of Mr and Mrs John Reynolds died Thursday Superintendent H F i Winter gave our school a call Satur day Several from here attended the I Association at Kerby Knob last week Curter Sparks who was out from Ham llton on a visit returned Sunday Those who attended the party at Mr Abram Coffeys Saturday night re port a pleasant timeC C Carroll went to Rosses Creek Saturday 011 business The rain Saturday mad It a bad tiny for tho Teachers Asso elation but several attended Mr Kelly with his graphophoue helped to entertain those present L Few ler line purchased farm of A M Li- ttleMr and Mrs A Coffeys baby Is very sick Mr and Mrs Join Thompson have returned from Mc Kee where they have ben visiting th past week Rev Wells preached for us Saturday and Sunday filling tin regular appointment of J W Parsons who could not como to this meeting Mr anti Mrs Squlro Clark from Beat tyvillo arc visiting relatives here ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1IOONK SIt HDerthn Kirby and Charles Vrcn were married at the homo of tli brit s parents Saturday SepUin hor 2J Mrs Mary Wren returned t- oIr ii mete Sunday after a visit with I I ilaughter at Fast Bernstadt Mr Louis Lovctt of Mote visited his aunt Mrs J B Coylo Saturday and Sun day Bessie Kirby went to Berea last Sunday to stay with Mrs Lusk Miss Nettle Oldham attended the fair at Lexington Saturday Mrs Julia Kid well of Conway visited at J W Lamb erts SaturdayS B McClure has ae epted a position with the L N- It It Co as section foreman at Rich mond KyJohn Johnson has gone to Illinois Mrs G Nunn has gone to Winchester for a months visit with tier aunt Mrs Will Watson Frank iulnn of Berea Is visiting his brother rUiur this week- OWSLEY COUNTY Sept 17G W Garrett our Coun y Superintendent was married to 1 Y Meyers of South Boonovlllo ast Sunday They will spend their luneymoon In Louisville Best wish Ii front many friends Bud tells wife died Friday night and l1SI juried Sunday Bent Mooros wife lied last week She was tho daughter of oxjailor Radford Mr Moore and ainlly have our deepest sympathy Ell Reynolds and wife of Powell Co ire visiting friends and relatives on Cow Creek this week Phillip Wilson is quite sick Among those who ted William Gibson last Sunday wertI aura h and Florence Napier Lula and Ollle Sonic Dobora l steIJIJ haggle Moore and Llna Combs of Joish Creek Sam Lucas of Tallega 3oyd Stopp of Pulaski county Bop York and Grant Collars Florence and JOIle Reynolds Eva Blgley Bosrom Callahan and wife were visiting at ralrvlew Sunday L C Rose paid 138700 taxes last Saturday besides what ho pays In other counties The school at this place is progressing nicely under tho management orIStephen Campbell and John C The funeral sermon of Mrs Harsh Taylor will be preached at Rose Chap elfthe fifth Sunday In September Vpple cuttings bean strlnglngs and odder pulllngs are the principle and ntorcstlng events of the week OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Sept 31 Michael Reynolds and amlly have returns from their visit to relatives at Horn Livingston and toonovlllo Ky Tho Annual HeuliionI of the 35th 0 V I was held lealthy near Cincinnati Thursday I 1 largo number attended Iron Hamll unthc Jews celebrated the Jewish Now Year last Wednesday ereI llth Gabbard and wife are agents for Vin H Haneys book entitled The fountain People of Kentucky and have made a good number of sales In Hamilton It Is a book worthy of lny ones time to read both for ILK ustrucilon and merit It helps 10 indicate the mountain people of ICen lUckY1he 108th anniversary of the Ilaml Baptist Association was held I Viduesday and Thursday at the In tltutlonal Church In Cincinnati A large delegation went from Hamilton Sidney Maufford and family left last I hursday for Seattle Wash where they plan to make their future home Mr Maufford came hero from Brooks ille KyOuo of the largest delegations that ever attended a fair in I Kentucky from Cincinnati attended tho Lexington Fair last week The J luslness Mens Club being the best epresented The Butler County Fair will be held In Hamilton the first reek in October At this fair ono can secure some valuable ideas of good stock poultry grain machinery and industries as all will be widely I xhlblted The C C Paper Co U I beginning the construction of another paper making machine near the In order to get room for this buildingI aero will first be a cement wall built t long the Miami River the entire length of the plant The entire costI rill be something about =750000 They aro also building an addition to the Coating Mill Hopklnavllle KyJohu Lawson Vllllam Earle George Abbott Charles leacham and Joo Slaughter Ave puI pUs of tho public high school havo been suspended for tho alleged hazing of freshmen The charge Will pro erred by City Tax Collector IL C looro who alleged that his son had been held by his heels out of a third tory window When the teachers ar rived at the Clay street school build Ing they found that red paint had been freely used on the gate and on the ront step appeared Yo who cnlqr hero leavo all hope behind On Qio doors and windows were numerous lens spelled accprdlng to President Roosevelt revision method Kentucky Incorporations Frankfort Kyrho following com antes filed Incorporation articles wIth- tho secretary of state Grayoon County Supply Co J26000 John W Counts Co McCracken county 6000 Columbia Mantel Co Louisville In creased rte capital stock from 25000 to 50000 Worms at the Tobacco Shorpaburg KyTho tobacco growers ot this section are complaining of tho multitude of tobacco worms which are devouring the late crop The rains have been to continuous that the parts roan whc ordinarily is applied to cpi tbe poets hat bUll conntatlr tall0ejab EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY CHAPTER X Continued With n fresh supply of cartridge and rations the brigade hurried out past tho pickets who wore now ou the jtii vive Our blood was up an n cheerful inclination for fight pervaded tho ranks This Bauguiunr feeling increased when wo ensue in hearing of n clattering noise in ad once of us supposed to be rebel cavalry ou the hard stone rondoWe hurried from column into line and with fixed bayonets awaited tho ox pected charge of tho mounted enuniy A few cavalry vidottes of ours returned and reported to Colonel Borne that the supposed enemy was nbotr n hundred negroes at a vacant lions in front of us holding a tnninmotl jubilee and their vigorous danchif was so spirited nUll executed with ro much vim that our pitkola inUtool the sound for advancing foes Our men received this explanation with loud cheers and returned to camp leaving the innocent but noisy dark ics enjoying themselves over their newlyfound freedom April 27th Major Broadhus reo signed The lino officers mot and passed resolutions expressing thou high esteem for time major Ills bra Tory nud cheerful company had made hint tho lasting friend of allor the xmiuiand aud general regret was felt at the loss of his company Tin next day the writer was present when Lieutenant Carson presented the major with a copy of the resolutions Ho appeared much affected and expressed his thanks through an dicer to the regiment saying his ovo for nil and sorrow at parting idmonished him to avoid n public eavetnking Regret was depicted in every face as ho silently took each nun by tho hand to say farewell Again the evening of time 8th or May we wore made sad to part with another ono of our good ilficers Lieutenant Colonol Reuben Hay having recovered from his wound received at Stone River had returned to the regiment only for the purpose of arranging a few small irivato affairs and bid us farewell laying been promoted to colonel of he Seventh Kentucky Infantry for gallant anti meritorious conduct on ho battlefield of Stone River That evening at dress parade ho made us his farewell address I can give only on extract of his appropriate little speech Boys wo have made army hard marches together We are met the enemy moro than once md have always driven them This ogiment has the name of being the imvoet of tho brave und I have icon promoted for my gallantry and irnvory but I do not deserve it It- t you boys who have won for me that honor I shall ever remember oUlI honor every one of yoj At time conclusion of the lieutenant olonels remarks Major Clark proposed three cheers for Colonel May They were given with a will but the rritcr noticed many of the mens Dices quivered with emotion The 12th May lieutenant Colonel layhow and Major Clark were married to their late commissions acing recently been promoted is custom required every officer lieu promoted was expected to give his brother officers in the regU tent a wedding supper and this ouble wedding at Kenedeys sutler lent will long remembered by the nrvivors of the old Eighth banquetIngmrs wo did not forget our fallen bravo comrades whose decaying bod les lay within one mile of camp In belr rude bare grave On Sunday morning the 17th of May a squad of officers and men being provided with a picket pass and a well letter d cedar board for each ono of the dead of the Eighth bearing the name rank company andregiment oud a spade proceeded to that part or tho battlefield where on the 2d of January 1801 Brcckonridges half runkeu rebels fought our brigade iflcr a long search among the thou suds of unmarked or indifferently marked graves we found the partic ular ones sought for Placing tho roper boards well into tho earth the graves wore refilled and n nice mound made over tho once bravo and heorful comrade After paying this under tribute to our dead we took a walk over this memorable field and woodland now converted into a vast graveyard Wo noticed in ninny trees not larger than a mans body as aany as sixty musket bull holes and grent numbers ot trees wore shivered nnd torn to splinters by solid shot The tiny delicate flowers springing calm from this bloodenrlched soil reminded us of how much indeed like the flower or grass are we poor mortalssome like the aged man row to full maturity and the hoar oats of winter cause them to wither oud die while others like those wo plucked so fresh reminded us of our youthful heroic dead comrades cutoff in the full bloom and vigor of life both by the index finger of mans hund The bad odor from many of the shallow graves rendered our stay tuck shorter than it would 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