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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ooolotolotototolotnlola0 S BEREA PUBLISHING CO 5 o- AfSernlatthePnf0fanrDmaarrrond E ALBERT COOKPhD Msntgsr o tS 0o 0tnlnlOSAOSOlolnlololotn5Oto II VOL VIII Five Cmla U Copy IEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 4 1000 Onn Dollor a Yoar 19 i I I i dayslateing down of press Every effort will be made to have it sent t out promptly hereafter If you do not get your paper write to The Citizen and the manager will find out why you dont get it IDEAS Ancient proverbs nu the walls of tho restaurant In the Wartburg castle In Germany translated from the Ger JAbody Hunger In the best cook that ever was or ever will be Ir you money to a friend you will easily acquire nn enemy Sharp nwords cut deeply slmrp i tongues deeper When the hen crows and tho cock In silent ovll lien before the house Let everyone sweep In front of his own door then ho has used his broon enough Let him write his own mistakes on paper that will make him wise FROM THE WIDE On September 33 a plot to kill the I Czar of ltwmla wos lilacovered nnd n of persons Implicated wore t jIIlIlIIbrannounced that next Hastdr the Issue an under giving com pinto rollRloiis liberty to It II NIl hUlK At- presentJI thxaa who du not bolang IheIC natand receiving Converts a September W rtofuy Tuft 1On tho government of Cuba United Htnton for tho pnsent order and u now government can bs ettnhllihml there Many wurshlps with marine are alrwidy In Cuban waters and trunsimrts are bringing soldiers from the United Status Word of loyalty to the government istnb Hahed by Tuft comes from nil purls of the Island Mill most of the Cubans Meem pleased at tits prospect for pence and prosperity A Inw hits been made In China that t nil growing lniM rtlng tutu using of opium hi to bo stopt within the next IItellI1likethat with whiskey IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Thtt republicans nominated Charles li Hughes of New York City for urnor of New York State ou Septem her JO The democrats nominated WH r Ham It Hearst for governor of New York on September 27 The latter nomination was tho more interesting lnaybeIltggltisIsof several of the larxeue lY dally pa pers In tin country In NVw York Chicago and than Franrlsci Ills pa pers urn to some extent yellow Jour gooelIthem not only about iiollllcs but l muralItof York City In the last election McClllani IIIlctCCdedInI t BO that he was declared elected Ever attempt to have the ballots counted++ again was stopt after a few had been Mehrahadnominatedforet a little while ago and now with th llkjlyArkansasIndlcatobeen added to the prohibition terri tory of that state making now a to sevent frothetint thirtynine counties of the stato 1 thototalcounty local option contests wins 45 l1rohlbltloniyorunder consideration and that tin official statistics for liquor sellers Louisi337 saloons out of a total of 4612 for wordstwo niltheCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY t School trustees are to be elected in nil Ibo school districts In thn state nUIolldOn October 1 Judge It Frank of the Henry County Court IsIllegaltodcldot voteldryof tho county The liquor busin of tho state of course hates this 1a1 OnJuneItself dry under the unit law and till liquor dealers have succcd cd In having the law declared uncon stitutional In the county court Tli case Is now to be taken to a higher court and we hope the decision will be reversed 41 lhlistc i ination at tho democratic primary el ection on November C SenatorJainBes For GovernorS W Hager and N U hays Southrrlmbl c t THE CITIZEN THE HOPE OF KENTUCKY groinfolksarc bad most of us will not become much better If we tire good we are pretty apt to stay so But the hope Of our state in its children If theyare taught right and trained right they may become far better thin we are Next Saturday a school trustee must be elected every school district in the state The school trustees make the school and the school makes the chil dren Do you want the children to become better and happier men and women than the older people ate Then get the host man in your district for school trustee Me should be a fatherknow what it means to have children of his own to be educated He should have hada good schooling himself so as to know what a good teacher is and what he ought to teach He should be kind generous and honest N man with a suspicion of graft or dishonesty about him no man who is stingy with his own or other peoples Inoue y when it is needed for the children no man who has nota warm interest in getting all the children to school and having his school the best in the county is biahe a knows to trustee of the school to which his children go 1 W Attorney Oenorol Llllanl lIr- ter 111111 J K llendrlcks Fur Auditor Henry Uusworlh For Secretary of thud Slat Hubtrt V nol hm d For TrenlmnrItchy Ixifloon For Superintendent of 1ubllo in structluu Ii A Uulllon and M 0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture IL C Cronshiiw and J W Newman For Clerk of Court of Appeals John II ChenatilL J1 IIIMM MIllKCIIfniilliiuisl rIlseKwp the II ij Frtriii Is III Ailvlrr Agriculture In the mum Intelligent meaning of the term Is something almost unknown In the United StatestWe have n light ncralchlng soil and the gathering of all It can bo made to yield by the most rapidly exhaustive methods In manufactures wtthltavcuconjiatottonslderxitiiliUccon o so dlrrcrencu- oC u fraction of a oath the utilization of a byproduct of something oumtlgnml to the scrap heal mac the difference between U profit and A bankruptcy In farming we are tact liflcd with u biiiiill yield at the ex pense of tho most rapid null deterior atlas When we have added to the nation al export trade JWO000000 a the country rings with selfcongrtiilntlon worldea process for extracting mctnllc wealth from bricks wore discovered tomorrow such its to assure the country uu added volume of 1000000 000 In wealth every year the nation would talk of nothing else Yet these things would uu but trifles compared with the possibilities of agricultural Smleyyear was 0415000000 Viscount tills for high prices and generally favorable conditions by 20 tar cent and over 5000000000 remnlns It In also offi chilly recorded that the appropriated lite tle less than onolmlf Is under cultivation Utilize tho other Halt and with methods ed Change the methods only a little not high class Intensive farming bu to M agriculture as far advanced as of those other countries which anmproduct surplupopulation funnI o this minimum present yield of 5000 products1hatr lIatlonnlj beginningThero to any agriculture worthy of the name The alw all too prevalent of raising the same crop Indefinitely on tho same land until It line been worn out or so reduced that tho owner is In dan CertllIzlngproductlve resloratlyde o a law of nil living things The secon method of Increasing yield and pre Dloreliberal otf n ezlrnontlnvo bcttertillage lQsslbllltiesa the maximum bearing capacity ofItswhich people will be ails to travel a century from now Dut what has been done Is sufficiently startling A pop 1nIssquare miles aided by the food pro isbecauseIntensive tht la it la no longer eve marketKl1rdenlngonce tho shelter ef plants from frost i f and imfaviiriuie elements and treat ment of grains mid vegetables by sep undo planting and IndlvldiiHl nurture PlioIICltr olarls1 f single season 250000 pounds of veg arIKdllntllstable required for the 3500000 per ollidheell the 3250 square miles of gardens surrounding the shy It can be shown that an average two persons or more can be tmpitorted thhighestnut dismissing this as unnecessary lIIatlllmcotIIvlnsus not living In virtual serfdom like iUuUo Ilusula but nu InduwrloUB fairly Intelligent ami exceedingly cum o rIIIIIaquaoaro ra tlo us n point of departure tho the actual ratio of urea to the pultloii gives a figure considerably higher oC1IIIIIroedStates on the date of the last nfflel retort an arM materially enlarged Li the present would support In nalJllngthelllsiderable food fur cxiMirt mid to en gage In necessary manufacturing en rutawithin tho United States im proved and unimproved which was lit the sane date 8385 1774 acres tho population Indicated as able to live with comfort and prosperity on tho otthistem and a fairly competent but by no means highly scientific method of culture rises to 612046823 The cot elusion Is that If not another acre were to be redeemed from the wilder ness If tho soil were treated kindly weredistrIbuted altat produced all necessary food for the 0110000000peopleTo ho continued Caureuloxe 11 conventionIndllstrlesK would be u good thing both for the wherefhothem nil should be present Any amay be appointed delegate and re reducedAltizerWillchesier Lightning struts Milk To many persons the curdling of milk In a thunder storm Is a mysterl phonomenonYet plo and natural Milk like most other substances contains millions of bacteria The milk bacteria that in n day or two under natural conditions would eauso the fluid to sour are peculiarly BUS ceptlbte to electricity Electricity Inspirits and Invigorates them affe strongtellrents Influence they fall to work wl tnkhlgcompleteInaIt Is not the thunder in a seer electricityIn sameIlrlncple microtoa few minutes they do a job that un tothemthatectrlclty on hadthereptlouslyICourlortlourualc Chief Contents of This Number TAGJ OXE From the ItorltIn Our Own Counlr- 1Culllllluwl1h of laertluuiKilllorlnl hrliiMil Trustee KI the lays mi OKI Int NtMte 1IIullIIt loiivrnlloii Cold Mint PACE TWO Poem Down In H Hubinnrlni SerlnlTlir Grntten1AOK TIIUKE Take Notice sad Vicinity- In Loving Iteni uiurnnr College Late t Mnrket Reports CaururedsITeni tninrp Nines 1AUK FIVE ChUrn department Pictures on IRNY- eEIllnrs Irotrnt Suniliiy School LessonPACE SIX The lluinn Nonm Cooklnc School llrvlt 0eby Mn Hill Time HeliiMilL wl 1rnflliul Arithmetic Ilnrru Tmrlirn llnli Time Fnrm Why Knrmprfc Should Kiw Cow fens lif Irot ln on hliiilrnU Journal Cuunn News PAE HKVKN AflnililiiKf ur Artlie llrornrtli liT Hrnry- llrlni Clnyloii 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Subcrlplluus fl dollar paid for a year fsubscription to Tho Citizen for ice who has not previously been 1 all reyer lives outsldeof Bcrra tho premium will be walled to hin wlrn lone I paid op as soul thereiftcr as iKiMlliw 1 The Trapper Pocket Knife rh nIs a very popular seventyfive cent nazilam who sees It and uivcral have want s1JItmtl7l1Ilor100 Incheslong whoneedsshears mlumsoCCerednot care for knives or scissors they ofalltl1aoflnobooks I ThoCItizenl i i lUntwulFor re newal of a subscription to The Cit towhichto prcmlumswillsent by mall postpaid to the address nddrell81JOOKS Storyeof Testamente hymcr1e songs homl nndover1Cllponslvoreading bowellsuppliedwithPICTURES beautlCuiIlndhanglllgdolcrlpttan1g to of andthPICTURES 7 by 5 INCHES kllp where they cannot rh it An A u p Beautifullandecaty e clouds PICTURES 5 12 by 8 INCHES WIUesneighbor who is knitting Fine 0 CaseThe sitse1acterlBtlc The Evening Chapter A flue looking old gentleman site In hit flitlustt r x sr 1 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Iossorotlollollororodolrllroter lj Always Remember the Full Nam j Laxative Bromo Quinine I t Cures aCold in One Day Grip Two If Oft a Kentucky University Law School 11 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Session Opens October let belawstandanlben and success ns practitioner not alone the ability to pass the Bar ox distinguishedgentlemenat home and at a small cost as at the most widely known institutions I Americanot an empirical debating society in continuous performance ofII Artafreeee 1 1 geese and the conduct of attorneys in court special course distinguishedr 1 by Bench and Bar For catalogue and particular information apply to JUDGE LYKAN OHALKLEY DaDI0 I ai V r r = rJ r r r i- e Ij rR = T DOWN IN A SUBMARINE Theres B charm that Is bidden Tbat nona but we know Down In a lUunarino Though loudly Uw blaaU on the lurtace may blow No ripple la Celt In our path here below Down la a submarine The Ustatnft tnjr rend and the hum= cane vnj P c While quietly down In the depths here we sleep And anon wo chill rUe and 10 InentlT At thebattleships Railing on proudly Then quick to the turn wo are alter our prey Our battles are won In a subrota way One little torpedo sent out wins the day We hear the report but trot loudly Perchance wo are struck In the fathoms below Down In a submarine t- Our exit from earth would be quiet we know i Ensconced in ear gasket were ready to coD- own la A submarine for co wo all must at the one proper time VThlle you fa prosala we go sublime You ro la prose and we go In rhyme And rMr ready when fate shall enthrall 9m The Mermaids will welcome us all with a amile As we Join In tho dance of a submarl atTltIAnd well rest la the halls of ocean mean Till w the trumpet of Gabriel shall call ua Frederick T Rudlger In Chicago nee ordDrraU THE GRAFTERS 9y- FRANCIS LYNDE tiObHrtCB BM by Th Bobb44nlU Co r CHAPTER XIV Trnc GERRYMANDER puUytotime in setting at work on tho new lead Having been at the time a practi tloncr in one of the counties affected he knew the poUtlcnl deal by which MacFartano bad been elected Briefly described it was a swapping of horses In midstream In the preliminary canvass it was discovered that in all probability Judge MacFarlanos die trlc4 as constituted would not reelect him lint the adjoining district was strong enough to spare a county without loss to the party and that county added to MacFarlanes voting strength would Up the scale In his favor Tho assembly was In session and the remedy applied In the shape of a bill readjusting tho district lines to tit the political necessity While this bill was still in the lower houM an obatclo presented Itself in tho form oC A vigorous protest from Jndga Whltcorclj whose district was the one to suffer the loss The county In question was a prosperous one and the cant fees which a compliant clerk fclght secretly divide with the judge appoICUng hla were large where tore WhItcomb threatened political reprisals U Kiowa county should be taker awa from him The outcome was a compromise For elective purposes the two districts were gerrymandered as the Mil proposed but it was ex pressly provided that the transferred county should remain judicially In Whltcotaba district until the expiration oCWhltcombs term of office Haying refreshed his memory as to the facts Kent spent a forenoon in the state library He stayed on past the luncheon hour feeding on a dry diet of digests and It was not until bun cerbegaa to sharpen lily faculties that be thought of going back jot the statutory law to the fountainhead in the constitution of the state Here after he had read carefully section by section almost through the entire Instrument abis eye lighted upon a clause which gradually grew luminous as he read and reread it That Is what Manton meant it Bust be what bb meant he mused and rctnrnlng the book to Its niche 1in the alcove Ito sat down to put rt race ltshixhtnds and sum uP the rtatifs la local lequsnce The conclusion must have been con IfTfac Glace kll preeentiy sprang up 7 and1ettthe room quickly to have himself shot lIon the elevator abaft to the street Jev L The telegraph o- rOAc8WM dOHd rut there was another Hotel Urunswlck two squares distant and thither ho went Hold the pool In lighting trim at all hazards Think I have found weak link in the chain was his wir ing to Lorlng At Boston and having sent it he went around to Cassattls and astonished the waiter by order I Llti lag a hearty luncheon at halfpast three oclock la the afternoon It was late la tho dvenlnk before he left the Uay office on the nfth floor of th Qulatard building whore one of hisv wI former steaographert had set up busl xeaa for herself Since five oclock the young woman had been steadily drlv lag the typewriter to Kent s dictation r Vhea the final sheet came out with a wMrrias rasp of the ratchet he suddenly remembered that he had prom ised Mica Van Dock to dine with her It WM too late tor the dinner but not tO3 late to go and apologize and he did the king that he could stopping at isle rooms on the way to dress while his cabdriver waited He found Portia alone for which he was glad but Her greeting was dls tlnctlraljr accowitve It I afeauld pretend to be deeply of fcailM ud taU Thomas to show yell the door what could you ay for yourself she began before he could say a word In exculpation I should say every sort of excuse ful thing I could think of knowing very well that the most ingenious lie would fall far short of atoning for the offense ho replied humbly Possibly it would be better to tell the truthhad you thought of that the suggested quite without malice Yes I had and I shall if youll let me begin back a bit lie drew up a chair to face her and sat on the edge of It You know I told you I was going to Qaston to sell my six lots while Major Qutlfords little boom Is on Im trying to remember go on Well I went yesterday morning and returned late last night Do you know its positively marvelous Whlchthe six lots the boom or the celerity of your movements she asked with a simulation of deepest InterestAll three if you please but 1 meant the miraculous revival of things along the TransWestern But that Is neither her nor t1ere I think it is very much hero and there she interrupted- I see you dont want me to tell the truth the whole truth but I am do termined The first man I met after dinner was Hunnlcott and when I made him my broker in the real es tate affair we fell to talking about the railroad steal Speaking of Mac Farlanes continued absence Hunnl colt said jokingly that it was a pity we couldnt go back to the methods of a few hundred years ago and hire the Hot Springs doctor to obliterate him The word stuck it my mind and I broke away and took the train chiefly to have a chance to think out the new line In the smokingroom of the sleeper I found whom do you supposeOh dont know Judge MacFar lane perhaps coming back to give you a chance to poison him at short rangeNo t it was Marston And he talked so long and so fast that you couldnt get hero in time for dinner this evening That would be the most picturesque of the little fic tions you spoke of Kent laughed For the first hour he wouldnt talk at all just sat there woodenfaced smoking vile little cigars that mado GOOD GOOD I DAVID IM PROUD OF YOU me think I was getting hayfever But I wouldnt glvo up and after I had worn out all the commonplaces I began on the TransWestern muddle At that he woke up all at once and before I knew it he was giving me an expert legal opinion on the case meaty and sound and judicial Miss Van Brock that man is a lawyer and an exceedingly able one at that Of course sho said coolly Ho was one of the justices of tho supreme court of his own state at 42 that was before he1 had come west for his health I found that out A long time ago And you never told me said Kent reproachfully Well no matter I found out for myself that he Is a man to tie to After we had canvassed the purely legal side of the affair he wanted to know more and I went in for details telling him all the inferences which Involve Bucks Meigs Hendrlcks MacFarlauo and the lot of them Miss Portias eyes were flashing Good good goodVfBhe said David Im proud of y took cour age heaps oflt I did havq to forget pretty hard that he was the lieutenantgovernor and nominally one of the gang But If he is not with us neither Is ho against us He took it all Quietly and when I was through be said You have told me somo things that I knew and some others that I only suspected Was that a11T asked Miss Van Brock eagerly No I took a good long breath and asked his advice Did he give IU Ho did He said in sober earnest just what Hunnlcott had said in a joke If I had your case to fight I should try to obliterate Judge MacFar lane I began to say that MacFar lanes removal wouldnt help us so long as Ducks has the appointing of his successor and then he turned on me and hammered it In with a last word just as we were leaving the train I didnt say remove I said obliterate I caught on after so long A time and Ive been hard at work ever since You are obliterating me said Miss Portia I havent tho slightest idea what it ia all about Its easy from this on said Kent consolingly You know how Mao Farlane secured his reelection Everybody knows that Well to cut a long story short the gerrymander dea wont stand the light Tho constitution a1s 1 Illftook at mo Put X In EnglishEnglish If you can I will Tho special act of the assembly is void therefore there was no legal election and by consequence there Is no judge and no receiver Miss Van Brock was silent for a reflective minute Then she said On second thought perhaps you would better tell me what tho consl tutlon says Mr David Possibly I could grasp it It is in the section on election It says All circuit or district judges and all special judges shall bo elected by the qualified voters of the respect tlvo circuits or districts In which they are to hold their court Kiowa com ty was cut out of Judge Whltcomb circuit and placed in Judge MacFa lanes for electoral purposes only In all other respects it remains a part of Judge Whltcombs circuit and Will so continue until Whitcombs term expires Without tho vote of Kiowa MacFarlano could not have been elect ed with it he was Illegally elected- or to put it tho other way about ho was not elected at all Since be is not lawfully a judge his acts are void among them this appointment of Major Guilford as receiver for the Trans WesternShe not as enthusiastic as ho thought she ought to be In the soil prepared for it by the political confidences of tho winter there had grown up a manybranching tree of intimacy between these two a frank sex less friendship as Kent would have described It in which a man who was not very much given to free speech with any one unburdened himself and the woman made him believe that her quick apprehending sympathy was the one thing needfulas women have done since the world began What is the matter with IU ho demanded when he had given her befull minutes for reflection I dont know David she said gravely Have I ever thrown cold water on any of your schemes thus rart No Indeed You have been the loj alest partisan a man ever had I think the only one I have to whom I cnn talk freely And I have told you more than I have all the others put together I know you have And It hurts me to pull back now when you want me to push But I cant help it Do you believe In a womans intuition I suppose I do all men do dont theyShe was tying little knots in the fringe of the table scarf but the rophetesscyca as Penelope called them were not following tho deft in ertwlnlngs of the slender fingers You mean to set about obliterat- Ing Judge MacFarlano forthwith t sheaskedAssuredly I have been whipping the thing Into shape all afternoon that Is what kept me from dining with you It involves soma kind of legal procedure Yes a rather complicated one Could you explain it so that I could understand IU I think so In the first place the question is raised by means of an in formation or inquiry called a quo warranto This is directed to the receiver and Is a demand to know bj what authority he holds Is it clear thus fart Pellucidly she said In reply the receiver cites his au thoritY which Is the order from Judge lacFarlano and in our turn we proceed to show that the authority does not existthat the judges election was Illegal and that therefore his acts- arc void Do I make it plain You make it seem as though it were Impossible to falL And yet I know you will falL How do you knqwIlt Dont askmoX couldnt begin to tell you that But in some spiritual or mental lookingglass I can see you coming to me with the story of that allure coming to ask my help lie smiled You dont need to be the prophetess Penelope says you are to foresee part of that I always come to you with my woes Do youtoftener than you go to Miss Brentwood This time his smile was a mere tightening of the lips You do love to grind me on that myIno one any better than you de- But you want to go to her she persisted I am only the alterna save He looked her full in the eyes Miss Van Brock what Is it you want me to say What can I say more than I said a moment agothat you are the truest friend a man over had The answering look out of the brown eyes was ageold in its infinite wisdom How little you men know when you think you know the most she said alfmuslngly then she broke off abruptly Let us talk about something else If MaJ Oullford is wrecking the railroad why is he spending no much money on improvements Have you thought to ask yourself that ques tionA good many times he admitted following her promptly back to first principles And you have not found the an swerNot one that fully satisfies me- no Ive found one Intuitively bo smiled No its pure logic this time Do- you remember showing me a letter that Mr Hunntcott wrote you just be- Core the explosion a letter in which he repeated a bit of gossip about Mr Semple Falkland and his mysterious- visit to Gaston Yea I remember lLN fJoJOU bowwlotfirr F TdiM tor Who doesnt be queried He hu half of Wan street In his clientele Yes but particularly ho Is the ad- visor counsel of the Plantagould syr tern Ever since you showed ml that letter I have been trying to account for his presence in Gaston on tho day before Judge MacFarlanes spring term of court I should never havo found out but for Mrs Brentwood Mrs Brentwood Miss Van Brock nodded Yes the mother of mot the young person for whom I am the alternative Is in a pock of trouble l quote her verbatim She and her two daughters hold some 3000 shares of Western Pacific stock It was purchased at 57 and it Is now down to 2V Twenty and a quarter today Kent corrected Never mind the fractions Tba mother of tile incomparable Penclopi has heard that I am a famous business woaan a worthy understudy of Mn Hetty Green so she came to mo for advice She had a letter from a Now York broker offering her a fraction moro than the market prlco for her 3000 shares of Western Pacific Well said Kent Meaning what did I doT I did what you did not dowhat you lUG not doing even now I put two and two together in the twinkling of a bcdstaff Why should a Now York broker be picking up outlying West era Pacific at a fraction moro than the market when the stock is sinking every dprT I was curious enough to pass the why along to a friend of mine In Wall street Of course ho told you all about It said Kent Incredulously He told me what I needed to know The broker in question Is a Planta gould man Still I fall to connect up as the linemen say Do you Ah David David will you leavo it for a woman to point out what you should have suspected the moment you read that bit of gossip In Mr Hcnnlcotfs Ictterr Her hand was on the arm of her chair lie covered it with his owns Ill leave it for you Portia You are my good angeL She withdrew the hand qcJIckly but there was no more than playful re sentment in her retort scoffedWhatI wish you would leave her out of It ho frowned You are con tinually Ignoring the fact that she has promised to bo the wife of an other man And has thereby freed you from all obligations of loyalty Dont deceive yourself women aro not made that way Doubtless she will go on and marry the other man In due season but rhewlll never forgive sou U you smash her ideals But wo were ttjk ing about tho things you ought to have guessed Fetch me tho atlas from the bookcaselower riilf righthand corner thats It To B Continued lured Girl Not Maid When Melissa from up countrYIcame to reign over tho mistress was wise enough to realltt that while Melissas hands would do willing service for the household hot i tongue could not at once be trained to new and strange ways of speech When the upstairs maid had her alt ernoon outMcltasa enjoyed waiting on i the family at luncheon and In uplto ot hints enlivening the meal with free I comment One day luncheon wu a little late but Melissa proudly dls played a new variety of mutllns when her mistress appeared I was bound to get the pesky little things brown and the stove acted like all possessed said Melissa as she held out tho plate of muffins the full length otjhlt bony arm Some of cm are in the oven yet and I dont know as any of cm are baked cleara through but time f hop ngolng so thinks I Ill set on the I donedest ones an they may make what they can ot em and I guess you could GO farther an fare consldabto worsn It you ask me Youths Companion Question of Clothing Mr Jones was very found of a kind ot boiled pudding his vrlfe made so when she had gone away for an after noon and evening she promised that she would leave one of the favored puddings in the saucepan for his even lag meal Well she said on her return and hoW did the pudding go downfSoopremel said Tom smacking his lips at the recollection Twaa as good a pudding as you rave over made Thats good was thn gratified re ponso of Mrs Tones Im glad you enjoyed it What did you do with the cloth For a moment Mr Jones solemnly surveyed her What he said did it 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ennnnnnnonooooooooooooooooog f Mr C I OKK moved back Into hU hiiiuw In Item last Thursday and Mr I Rlowc win Max Leon occupying It is reported to tiavo Imiicht NVrlght Kel I lys place Mr HarlAjr Ilacor of Columbus 0 who III In business nt Heron Ky has been attending the Cumberland Valley AmMttlailou Conference which was held nt the Congregational Church In this city Mr Itucer received n license to preach and has been offered the chiirch nl Ia Follet Tenn where Her W O lierckmnn officiated Wllllamstiiin Time At the Congregational Association meting abovo mentioned Dr U A Hubbell was ordained a minister of I the gospel Rev1Ytn Irtnco of Ilo the attended tile vetulons Last Saturday a man named Carter was arrested on tint charge ot non wopport of hU family bv deputy sher oulStIJdvdtf JCentuckv OtiUdr ns Home Society It MWTS tint Carter has been vending out tis hilfbllnd wife with her children to bR from tho Clt Itenii here and has lived himself on the proceeds The Kentucky Children tome Society will ask the Court for the custody of the children under Section 37 of the State Law Mr W A Williams the Jeweler Is In a Soptnm ber 16thntrom fatheraWtl n Wtt Hams of Denton Tex stating that ho and same friends saw a meteor fall on his farm and secured It before It became cold U weighed about 1C lbs W J Tatum has opened a meat Market on Mala strcot N J Blanton Is filling his place In the public school and H C Combs who has been teaching In his place left Wednesday for Indianapolis Ind and other points In the north Miss Laura Spence of lona was the guest of Miss Nina King Sunday Miss Sue Parker who has been nursing In the asylum at Lexington was the guest of Miss Laura Gabbard Monday Miss Alllo Fowler returned Salt week from Cincinnati delegatetoC last summer gave her report last Sunday night at the Y WO A meet Ing Misses Grace Kldd and Lucy Par sons spout Saturday night with Miss Kldds uncle at Wallncetoh Miss Nettle Oldham one of our former students was In town Wednes day Mr and Mm Coddlngton went to Scaffold Cane Monday night LungJAyers Chcrry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs t There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And own doctor will so i errnlulbogbidalrrlblenurb I trial m until I trUd AyeS Chmr Vector The ant SoTunw or enil h IIadlllmpocI I 14JIaII IAII I tillers IIFILLS ItriaP andthus hgilitMUh AfeIj verrl roME ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLESALL PRICE 3SO you made why wcnr otter FROM your say MliwtH Kmma and aura Soper left Tuesday to visit their brother T W SopiT of htxlnctim- Irof Chas M Stephens of Clear Water Minn wus with Irof Dlxney three days of last week He was on his way to his work where ho Is the principal ot a school In Georgia It may be of Interest to BOIIIO to know that Prof Stephens was principal ol WlllluiiiHburK Academy for sever yearsMrs Amanda Moore horn Okla homa City arrived Monday for on extended visit with reliitlvin near Korea Mr and Mrs Nark Splnk are re Juicing over the arrival of n rinD girl In their home Dr Thomson and Superintendent Hudson are holding inettliigN at Blue Lick this week Thero nre seven uses of typhoid fever nt tho hospital Misses Dowdcn and Taylor Mistresses Dlnsmoro and McLaren Dunn HumolJ and Meissre lelllll toll and Harry Woodal TAKE NOTICE Football came between the Varsity anti Vllllamsburg Institute teams on Saturday afternoon October C at 300 oclock Font entertaluhent of the Fall Lyceum Course In the Upper Chapel on Saturday Oct G at 730 p m given by Mm Jeanetto Robinson Murphy Folklorist Songs of all nations and especially the native negro melodies You will be very sorry afterwards If you miss It Course tickets for sale at Porters Drug Store and the Col lege Cooperative Store Adults CO cents children 35 cents Single ad mission 25 cents and 15 cents Next Sunday morning at tho Par- Iah House five of the young men who were engaged In the American Union Sunday School work In the mountains this summer will each speak of the need of missionary work The following unique tribute to the memory of a remarkable colored worn an of our vicinity was sent In by and Is published at the request of her children Those who have lived long In Berea will wish that her character might become snore common both in her own and in he white race In Luring Heiiif nibrnucoi Of our dearest mother Mrs EUyra Ballard who died September 21 1901 Five sad years since mother has left usJ In that heavenly home she has gono to rest When mother died tho poor and tired hands that for so many years had tolled for us were folded across her cold and silent and Impassive breast Gently we smoothed back the sliver locks We closed the lips those pallid lips from whence BO oft had como the words of love and wisdom we so soon forgot Those cheering words we now would gladly give thu world to hear those mild brown eyes that watched our er ring footsteps for long weary years till we worn grown Tho rattling clods of dirt that rudely fell that day above our mothers coffin lid will never bo forgotten Without her homo and all tho name ot homo Is but a mockeryBut mother bravely battled with the world for more than halt a century and struggled hard with ninny cares that wo can never know and faltered not but ever oil and up Led by that hand Invisible that gold es the filthful ones oer all lifes stormy ways Sho gained at last a haven of sweet rest We weep fur our mother and the pant Oh why dout life and pleasure lap The depth of our sorrow ton Jtie can uever tell At the lou of ou mother we loved so well And while mother lies In peaceful sleep Her cured memory we willIways keep From her lovlncr children Dressmaking by Mrs Austin Not Mt Vernon street TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take IAXATIVK BROMO Quinine Tablets 1srr IMI refund money If It flits to cure S W 8MCVJK1 ljtn tur on etch box sac I =ooeooooeoeooooog o i College Items i0- o o HERE AND THERE A- o o 0000000000000Jlufiell Agricultural Course IB employed lit Indiana Icnii iiil writes that the most profitable three years he ever experienced were pas d at Born and he expects his own bay will enjoy a longer period of n rti lesson Georgia Hampton n former colored student of Ilenr Is now tire SliM Mlllur of 1070 sjwern Avenue Cln cinnati Ohio She Is good and pros perous Miss Mildred Melsenhelter returned Monday night to be III school from Pana III where she had been de tained by the sickness of her sister President Frost Mr Gamble Misses Welch and Cameron Hurt Coddington and wife drove to Scaffold Cane Mon day night and held a meeting In the new Uaptlat Church President Frost preached the sermon Mr Osborne was out of his office Tuesday on account of being Judge at the registration polls Allan Dora Phllgard of Nasble Vo writes that she Is planning to be In school this winter Mm McLaren Is In the hospital with typhoid fever Dr Gowlcy arrived In Uerea last Wednesday utter having spent the summer studying in London ling Win Baker of Bores Jessie Koine jf Hlverhead N Y James Lewis ol Cutshln Ky and Itachcl Anderson of Berea entered school during the past week President and Mrs Frost start on Thursday for a trip thru the mountains to be gone one month Col DemnrLV who was to have given a lecture Monday night In the Chapel was taken sick and could not fulfill the engagement Prof Charlton who has been for many years professor ot chemistry am physics la expected soon to take up Prof HumoldH classes for the remain der of this term TALKED BY THE UDIILE Off US WAS THE ENRAGED MOB lENT ON LYNCHING THE NEGRO But a Special Policeman Was Patslly Shot and An Alderman Injured- In the Ensuing Riot Mobile Ala Oct3rRoy Hoyle a special officer of the Mobile ft Ohio railroad and ono ot the most widely known and best llked men la this vi cinity was fatally shot and Alderman Sidney Lyons chairman of the city council of Mobile was slightly wounded In the hoad during a tight at the county jail between deputy sheriffs and a crowd of wen determined to capture Dick Robinson a young negro The mob Is Btlll hunting the negro and will lynch him If captured He Is only 17 years of age and was said to bo wearing his flint long trousers He attacked Ruth the 12 yoar old daugh ter of Blount Sossaman who Urea about three miles from here The girl was pawing a secluded spot not far front her home when the assault took place Later she was found lying un conscious by tho roadside and was taken to her home Detectives were placed on the track of the negro and within three hours he was captured When found ho had substituted his short pants for the trousers ha had on earlier In the day lie was taken before the Soosaman girl who at once identlOed him Deputy Sheriff Patch knowing that the life of the negro would be take by a mob if be brought him Into the city caused him to be conveyed to a station several miles up the Mobile 01 Ohio railroad He was not taken to the jail at all and was at least eight miles from the city when the mob beat on lynching hIm approached the building Epidemic of Assaults There have been several assaults upon white women within the last few weeks and the news ot this latest out rago caused intense wrath and excite mentSheriff Powers met tho leaders of the mob and Informed them that the man they were seeking was not in the jail and had never been brought there He offered to lot anybody whom he personally knew pass through the jail to satisfy the crowd of the truth of his statement About 40 men walked through the corridors SOme of them returning and assured the members of tho mob that tho man was not there While several men including Hoyle and Lyons were still la the Jail a por tion of the crowd led by a tall raw boned man whose name is not known seized a telephone pole and dashed it against the closed part ot a double door one halt of which was open The door fell with a crash and almost In stantly a shot came from a revolver In the hands of a man standing In the gate At once tho members of the mob commenced a fusillade and about a dozen revolver shots were fired and then came several shots from a rite held in the hands of a man who lev eled It abovo his head and worked it vigorously while holding it la that po sitionNot more than a dozen men took part In he firing and as the shot rang out thero was a stampede oa the part of tho crowd Tho mob was widely scattered and in a few seconds Alderman Lyons who had been on the in aide of the jail came out sad holding up his hands from which the blood was streaming announced that he had been shot and that Roy Hoyle had received a bullet through the left lung Roy Hoyle the speeta poHeeam who was shot dwtoc OB acwtott eC UM mob on the jail to Mtvak r a Hlr8 mend Is dead The sob lilies a hind tki 110J l f n v BY A LARGE MAJORITVI Kentucky Policy Holders Decide to Support International Ticket Lexington KyA largo meeting otI the policy holders of tho Now York Ute end the Mutual Life Insurance companies was held In this city Rep resentative men from all parts of Cen tral Kentucky wore present Henry R Prowltt state Insurance commis sioner delivered an address Ho ad vocated the appointment ot a commit tee to confer with the committees ot other states and it necessary visit New York and then report to tho Kentucky policy holders After much dls cuasion tho meeting decided by a large majority to support tho tickets select ed by tho International policy holders committee and to recommend that all Kentucky policy holders do likewise A committee of five was appointed to propose plans for permanent organiza lion and to report at tho meeting to bo hold October 12 HIS HANDS Streaming With His Playmates Blood SevenYearOld Ran For Doctor Central City Ky Russell Malloy the fouryoaroUl son of E P Malloy was fatally shot by a rifle In the hands of sevenyearold William lIanghlan son ot John Hanghlan The boys were examining the weapon In a stable and tried to put It back in the box whore they found It The hammer bit he side of the box and the charge struck Mussel Malloys right sldo below his neck breaking the collar bone Young Hanghlan tried to stop the blood with his hands and falling ran from one office to another for a doctor with tho blood of his playmate streaming from his hands Learning that tho Malloy boy would dlo ho tried to cut his throat with a knife saying If Russell dies I want to dlo too Tho chil dren had been Inseparable JUMPED From Their Train and the Engineer and Fireman Rescued the Babe Lexington Ky Engineer H C Long and Fireman J D Crane In charge ot- a westbound freight train on tho Chos apeake Ohio road wore tho homes In a thrilling rescue near Olivo Hill Ky which will entitle them to a Car negie medal as a reward As the train rounded a curve they noticed a 3year old baby girl on tho track and simultaneously each man sprang from tho window of the cab and started to the front of the engine to save the child Engineer Long realizing that It would be Impossible to stop tho fast moving and heavily laden train Both men reached thocowcatcher about tho same time and Ute engineer caught tho baby In time to savo its life Bought a Water Works Lexington Ky John A Geary of this city purchased tho water works plant at Harrodsburg Ky at a re ceivers sale for 30000 Continued litigation between the water works company of Harrodsburg tied up tho plant for some time- Thomas at Lexington Lexington KyA L Thomas the noted trotting horae driver who was recently expelled from the trotting turf at Syracuse arrived here to attend the local meeting and look after his horses which ire now In the hands of other trainers Franklin Votes Dry Franklin KyA county unit local option election was held The Wom ana Christian Temperance union held an allday prayer mooting at tho Cum berland Presbyterian church Every precinct voted dry except Sunny Side Shot Tapthe Head Frankfort Ky WWlo a crowd of young ibeo were shoaling at a target near the Cedar Run distillery Henry Ledrldgo 25 was shot in the top of the head with a 22 bullet witch peas hated the skull He is unconscious and physicians think he will die Burglars Invaded House Maysvllle KyThe residence of John Drodt In this county was robbed of about 1300 worth of silverware Every lock in the house was broken In search for money Mr and Mrs Brodt are now visiting in Cincinnati MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 2 CATTLE Extra S5 25 6 40 CALVESExtra S 00 HOGS Chotco G 70 0 C 73 SHEEP Extra 465 4 75 LAMDSExtra 7 65 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 435 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 70 70 CORNNo2 mixed 4SU OATSNo 2 mixed 36 RYENo 2 choice C8 70 HAY Ch timothy 016 60 BUTTER Dairy 0 16 APPLES Now bbl 2 60 3 00 POTATOES New H 200 2 25 TOBACCO New IS 10 023 75 CKrClQO WHEAT No 2 red 72O 7314 CORNNo 2 mixed 46i OATSNo 2 mixed 34 PORK Primo mess 16 CO LARD Steam 0 8 82tf- KBIT TOM FLOURWin pat 4 35 4 40 WHEATNo 2 red 79 CORNNo2 mixed li- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 37W PORK Prlmo meis18 25 18 75 LARDSteam 9 00 0 910 BALTIMOBX WHEAT No 2 rod fP 78U CORNNo2 mixed 54 0 B4H OATS No 2 mixed 37 43 37ft 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rtartsubscripnonscanrecelveTheCitizen frn- JM for one year AdTtiUslng rates on application T tT 11- A 3 New Orleans girl was parried o evidentdmatters worse i That rich New glrlwho Is going to marry a poor man never stud led tie game of love as played undO Newport rules J30Withprofessor announces his discovery tha coal 5s edible The American baby learned that longago f King E andi C1vo JJ fron Gotland Yarufor a chauffeur Some automoblllsts In this country Jire drlrcn by policemen too A trade union congress in England waats pensions for everybody over 60 years of age Is not that unjust die- criminatiotrrngatnstthevkornen T Descendants of the pilgrim fathers havcf pay sd a vote of confidence In their ancestors which goes to prove that the latter did not live In vain King Edward has been restored to health and lit spins back bomb to look after the chores This will give the lilted man a chance to take a vaca lien It has been discovered that men make most of tho fashions for wom en As men also pay for most of them tho ladles may now be acquitted of the charge of extravagance The north polo ought to be tired ot waiting for that discoverer By and by It will pull up its stake in disgust and bo ott to some placd that is more accessible than the arctic circle The total value of diamonds 1m poYted this year is 29000000 Of that amount 3000000 is credited to August This Indicates that the the- atricaL season must havo been quite profitable In Ithaca N Y four cripples re Gently engflgW In n Tiamrtohand Com bat over an argument as totwhlch ono of them was really tho most un fortunate rThe incident illustrates the pride that human nature takes ID any kind ota distinction y The cussedness in a boy is now be fng removed by an operation on the brain aThah pld fashioned way was to take it hilt of his hide Washlrig ton Post nut when it is bred in tho bone you have to Bo deeper say the Ch1caspTi1bune It isjreported that an American r lege which nas just built a newswim wing tick will Require all atudents to take the course In swimming This sort ot prescribed course will be popular Almost any person may bo put In a place where hli own life and the lives of others depend on his ability to swim andeverybody should know tow I d 7 f from Chrlstlanla Ja to the e fectthat the Norwegian polar ex jjodltlon commanded by Capt Amund son haei discovered the longsought for northwest And If co what of I Jtl That marine route Is not likely to bo popular or much traversed even In they hottest of good old summer times Industry waits closely upon legis c Nation Already western farmersaro r considering the planting of crops from which they can manufacture cohol to be denatured and used as a source of power There is a great desire for some cheap and effective substitute for gasoline tho supply of i which Is limited and tho price of which has steadily advanced for soy eral years JiHope of oJrln r so generally regarded as Incurable springs eternal in the medical Breast A pbyaicianin ColognOrOermauy claims to have die covered a arum which is an effective Tcmqdy for the dread disease Tho statements of the Cologne doctor are received with reifvalbn byhls Gtr man colleagues although there Is no apparent intention to discredit him If lie has really found what may provo a great boon to suffering humanity s haskl In 189 our Imports from that country had a value of 35101805 Our ex porno in the same year aggregated 00332195 In 1905 wo bought of the Egyptians 107820380 worth of goods and sold them to tho amount of 101- 01425 This Increase was accom pushed under adverse conditions due to hardships c our importers and exports by the EniilchauUwHtiea i tI 11 I I i1 i JJ cUtr a I PRIVATE OHIO BANS CLOSED r 7W3 NEARLY ENTIRE FUNDS OF MID DLEPORT INSTITUTION GONE Great Excitement In Town When News Is Made Public To ArJ rest President Pom rpy p Tho Mlddleport bank a private Institution at Middleport O failed to open its doors Friday lt Is stated that all the deposits amounting to 115000 are missing and great ex citement prevails Most of tho depos Jtor aro poorPieorlo Jnndtti1r depose its represented nearly nil their say lags E C Fox tho president of the bank has been located nt Toronto 0 where his wifes people reside and his arrest ordered Ho Is expected to be apprehended and brought back at onco President Fox went away last Tues day leaving Vlco President T S Armentrout In charge An cxamlna Jon of the vaults after Fox had gone revealed J 3000 In cash and paper worth less than 50000 on Its taco to account for tho 115000 deposited Arn entrput waq fprraorly a Presby terlan minister at Galllpolls and on the sollcltAUon of Fox resigned tho ministry tho 1st of June converted his property into GOOO and entered tho bank as an equal partner with Fox perfectly unaware of Its financial con UfHbnnrohas lost his fBJDOO and Is now almost a physical wreck over wor rying about the outcome of his ndw enterprise j bcqnmothoroushJi noon over the collapse of the bank For a time it looked like thoro might bo bloodshed William Hordcu an old merchant became so angered over the loss of a heavy deposit that ho secured a revolver and sought Vice Rv1trh9mMn ArmsntrQutat Fox addltfon Wrt1 the avowed purpose of shooting the bank er He was intercepted Just in time to prevent it QUIET RESTORED AT ATLANTA Authorities Succeed In Quelling Race Troubles Atlanta Qa The raco riot situ ation Is in absolute control of tho authorities and business has resumed normal conditions The city schools aro open and well attended and all manufacturing plants and factories which have been suspended since Saturday blew their whistles at six oclock and began operations All sa loons are closed and licenses to negro restaurants and low bars havo been rescinded by city council In special session A citizens committee of ten aided by the mayor police and mill tary authorities are In absolute control There was no disorder Tuesday night and with 14 companies ot state militia a battery of artillery a battalion of cavalry and an increased police force on duty it is believed tho riots aro curbed and peace permanently re stored Atlanta OaTho known dead in connection with the riots hero slnco last Saturday night number onq white man and 18 negroes To this number might be added the name ot Mrs Robert P Thompson an estimable whlto woman who dropped dead Monday evening afjgr seeing two negroes shot and beaten in front of her homo WEST POINT DAZING STOPPED Practice of Initiating New Students Entirely Stamped Out Washington No moro favorable report of the conditlonsvat the mill tary academy at West Point has been made in recent years to the war do partment than that of the board pf visitors of which O nHQce jPorter was president i lIn Its report the boardjaayfcf Tho practice df ha ln3newo at one time prevalent among trio older stu dents flf tho academy has been effectually stamped out and wo have been informed that no instance of real hazing has come to tho attention of tho academy authorities during tho last three years oitsince effective measures were employed for its abolition Earthquake at San Juan San Juan P RThecity of San Juan and the island of Porto Rico ox perienced a series of heavy earth quake shocks Thursday beginning at 1047 am The people were thrown Into a condition of consternation and Indescribable alarm but the resultant damage was comparatively slight and there has boon no loss of life Speed Cause of Disaster London Excessive speed causing his engine to overturn has been do cided by tho board of trade Inspectors to have been the cause of the Sails bury railway disaster July 1 in which upwardot a score of Americans on- their war from Plymouth to London lost their lives f KlllaWfe and Himself Chicago Charles G Kline an Evanston coal merchant well known In tho suburb killed his wife and then instantly killed hlnjself in their homo He used a shotgun as a weapon Kline is believed to have been mentally un balanced Castro Seriously III Washington Minister Russell at Caracas advised the state depart lmentbY Presi ofYenezuela1isa very lick man 4 t ly- r Cc i 13av There Is Only One Way Cut I STEHSLAND PLEADS GUILTY CHICAno DANKER SENTENCED TO TERM IN JOLIET Request for Qulck Action Is 0 CorjiRledj with Penalty Delng Imposed by Judge Who Is Old FriendV Chicago PaUl O 6tonslaadti president of the waukco Avenue State bank Is h con vlct In tho Illinois penitentiary at Joliet Stensland who was captured at Tangier Morocco whither hqhad fled to escape the consequences of his crimes arrived in at nine oclock Wednesday morning Twenty minutes later after running tho gantlet of a threatening crowd at tbo station AttornoylIealyshalf hours ho gave a detailed confer slon of all transactions In connection with the looting of the bank and lev pllcated several persons some of them said to be men of prominence ile then was taken Into court sentenced and started for Jollct At exactly 12 oclock at tho conclus- Ion of tho ordeal la Mr llcalys once Stensland was taken before Judge Kersten and thore pleaded guilty to two indictments for embezzlement and was sentenced under tho indetermin ate law to prison Tho sentence Included a One ot 120 An hour later Stensland In tho cue tody of Jailer Whitman was aboard a Santa Fa train for Joliet and at 220 oclock ho was turned over to tho receiving officer of tho prison Ills convict number is 9902 WIFE MURDERER IS ARRESTED i MlntieapolisSlayer Confesses Crime and Clears Up Mystery Minneapolis MinnSnatched from a suicides grave While his plan of selfdestruction was being fulfilled Henry Sussraan was captured Friday by tho police lie was charged with having murdered his young wife as she lay asleep In a room in the Olca wood hoteL Soon after his detention tho police say he confessed tho mur der until that moment ono ot tho most mysterious crimes in tho annals of toclty I killed her after we quarreled alnight Sussman la reported to h readmitted Stfssman was found at i30a m In a room on the second floor ofthe Nashville hotel lie was lying uncon scious on the bed and live gas jets In the room were turned on to their fullest extremq The man already was In a stupor and had ho remained in the room a short time longer would have died- HEARST NAMED FOR GOVERNOR Democrats of New York Select Pub Usher to Head Ticket Buffalo On a platform written by W Bourko Cockran which denounce centralization of private enterprises in the hands of government and which extends felicitations to William J Bryan without saying anything about the presidency WJlllam It Hearst was nominated for governor by tho Now York Democratic state convention With Hearst two of the other candl dates of tho Independence league toso for lieutenant governor and soc rotary of statealso wore nominated by tho Democrats Only a single ballot was taken on tho governorship Hearst receiving 309 votes Congressman William Sulzcr 124 and John A Dix 17 Italian AmbassadorResigns Ilomo Baron Mayer dos Planches Italian ambassador to the United States and dean of tho diplomatic corps in Washington has resigned lie is now in Rome and his successor has not been named Cannon to Stump New York Now YorkIt has been announced hero that Speaker Joseph ti Cannon f tho national house of representa yes will take the stump for Charles a Hughes the Republican cacdldato f eovernori i a L L fJt L SIX ARE KILLED IN RAIL CRASH ThirtyFive to Forty Persons Injured Near Danville III Danville Jl1Falt passenger train No 8 on the Wabujh railroad craittitd through au open switch Into a freight train near hero Wednesday Last reports show six dead Probably 35 or 40 people wore In- Jured most of thorn slightly The cause of the wreck as given by General Manager Henry Miller of tho Wabash road was accident caused by tho crow of tho freight train leaving tho switch open Fire spread with great rapidity from tho baggage car to tho passenger cars Tho wreckwas pllOttup Ina heap of smoldering ruin from whfch came the agonized shrieks and groans of tho wounded Heroic rescues wore many but it was a long limo before as sistance could bo secured Minneapolis IlnnFont nrodeld and fifteen or more aro Injured as a result of a rearend collision of a pas ranger train add a switch engine In tho Minneapolis St Louis railroad yards at New Prague Minn 40 miles south ot Minneapolis at noon Monday FOREIGN MEATS ARE EXEMPT Inspection Law Does Not Apply to Imported Products Washington Tho secretary of ag rlculture has received from the attorney general tho text of the Important opinion rendered the latter answering In tho negative tho question submit ted to him oa to whother or not tho moat inspection law passed at tho last session of congress applied to meat products Imported Into the United states from foreign countries Mr Moody held that the provisions ot the meat Inspection amendments has reference entirely to domestic conditions In the Chicago stockyard and houses and urging tho passage ot legislation providing ade quate Inspection of moat and meat slaughtering and moat packing establishments having been passed imme diately in response to the message of the president to congress transmit ting too NelllReynoJda report of tbo food ts entering Into interstate- commordoand for the supervision of the rnethodaof preparing the same WONT VOTE FOR HEARST 7umoVj for Governor gavotoutwhlch he said ho would not vote for Hearst Calling tho city han reporters Into his office tho mayor saidAs I said yesterday I am a Dem ocrat and accept the action of the Democratic convention I will bo a Democrat when my party has a name but as a Democrat and as mayor of this town lam unalterably opposed to Charles E Murphy and to everything that ho stands for I recognize the humiliation I must endure In com anon with other Democrats Neverthe less I will vote tho ticket ofmy party in this stato but never for William R Hearst Him I will not voto for Honor Heroic Wisconsin Pair Milwaukee Miss Elslo Plantz daughter of President Samuel Plantz of Lawrence university at Appleton Wls and Irwin W Church of Mo Cameglqnicdalrence girl students last winter The girls had broken through the ice whllo skating and Miss Plantz and Church nearly perished In effecting a rescue Senator Clark In Auto Accident Butto Mont Word has been re celved from Marseilles France that Senator W A Clark was In an auto mobile accident and sustained a broken rib At last accounts tbo pa trout was slowly recovering Poisoned Meat Crazes Thirty DerllnA dispatch to the Tageblalt from Katfowttz Prussian Silesia nya that 30 persons residing In the vintage bg Tobin pear Kattowlz have sud denly+ become insane through eating nolsoned meat I s d et l I COMBAT AGAINST A WORSE FOE t THAN REBELS IN CUBA FACED BY SECRETARY TAFT Yellow Fever Shows An increase In Havana and MaJ Kean Is Called To Fight the Pest Washingtotf Oct I American mOlt ical skill and energy have been called again o tbok front to guard Havana from a worse too than the insurgents tho ytfliotr foyer MaJ Jefferson Kean medical corps U B A who has been ordered to Havana from Wash Ington andj isnow on his way to ro port to Secretary Taft will take charge of tho sanitary regulation of tho city According to advises received here by tho publlo lioalth and marino hospi tai se vco Thom Is a ronsILJernW- onmountpfJoIJoW fevor npw In the Cu Um Palma ndraln Istratlot1tollrOttho sanitary service was apparently quick to realize It for ho promptly or dared Maj Kean to Havana because hit provlous cxporlonoo under Gen Wood In ridding Havana of Uio malady during tho Amorionn occupation Tno lover Is not BO extensive as to causa nlnrm for Uio health of Ameri can Vndof tho measures taken by Mr Taft It is thought the situation will sum be entirely safe An Obstacle IrrMovtng Troops The existence of yellow fovw In Ha vana nlriiadylR an obstacle to the rap Id movement of troops from Quit ports The southern states which were swept with n yellow fever epidemic a fow months ago require that all vessels from Cuba shall roi am flv6 uaygin quarantine beforo ontoflnB n port Should an army transport after Uklhg one detachment of soldiers to Cuba return for another it would have to wait Dvo days before uuuarklnic them Surgeon General of tho pub lie health and marino hbipltal service to riving thought to tlila question In preparation for any request which maybe made that hojwak in conjunction with various gulf stato boards ot health an arrangement more expedi tion It Is doubtful if tho gulf states will watyp4bplrlavs In any material t reason most ofTthe troops of subsequent expeditions may have to fjo front northern ports where It is moro difficult to carry contagion American troops arc now moving to ward Cube Mobilization of tho force will be at Newport News Va for tho most part although a part of tho first expeditionary torso to Cuba will bo sent from New York and Tampa Ha Advises received at tho departments of the military establishments of tho government indicate that all Is quiet in Cuba and that the insurgents In tend to lay down thor arms No Serious Trouble Anticipated The probability Is that United States forces In tho Island wilt bo landed only ill a precautionary measure So frI- Ll officials of the government here are advised no trouble of a serious kind Is anticipated but with Instructions from President Roosevelt hurried prop aratlons are being made for the send ing of an expeditionary force of tho army to Cuba duo first Amorloan troops will bo landed at Havana nut Saturday Meantime the marine and bluejack ets from tho American fleet In Cuban waters will protect American interests and support Secretary Taft tho pro visional governor ot Cuba In the pros ervation of order and the protection of life and property- Arrangements have been concluded not only for the first oxpedtlonary force to Cuba of about 6000 mon but for a second force of equal numbers No orders lor the mobilization ot tho second force of course havo been Is sued but If the men are needed all arrangements havo been completed for hurrying them to Cubit at the earliest pogglbUj moment HUNDREDS OF MILES Of ijand Were Inundated In the MIc slsslppl River Delta Now Orleans Oct 1 Reports that probably a dozen lives wero lost and that hundreds of square miles of land wore under 18 Inches of wator during tho hurrjcono on tho Mississippi river delta were brought here Tho Inun dated tract begins GO to 70 tulles be low New Orleans and Is mostly Inhab- Ited by fishermen and oystermen Mes sages which loft these villages Saturday night said that up to that time sev oral persons wcro still missing Tho tug n C Volt which was tied up during the hurricane about 75 miles down tho river took aboard 18 tofu gees during tho night Early In tho night seven women and two men wore seen nearly up to thou armpits In water which was running Inland from tho gulf with sufficient force to causo them to dodge from tree to tree to avoid losing their footing Cold Tablets Killed Her Geneva Neb Oct IFern 4year old daughter of Dr and Mrs J W Puckott swallowed about 40 cold tablets containing morphlno and calo mel and died In a fow hours Sho got her hands on tho tablets without tho knowledge of tho parents Off For Cuba Norfolk Va Oct ITho United States battleship Texas which had been hurriedly fitted out and placed In commission at tho Norfolk navy yard nailed for Cuba carrying between 2GOI nnd 30Q marines who had been mob ilized at tho naval station hero SuperiorM- anila Oct 1Mai Ayers who Is under arrest at Ft JicKlnley charged with Insubordination by Col Kings bury has led charges Klngabury accusing him of mlconductI with the wife of Private QDrlea y JL LONDON TIMES ON TEMPERANCE IWhat This Great Newspaper Haste Say About the Great Drink vII t IRe ont discussion of tho progress tumparanco convlefpn anions tlit plo prompts tho favious Times liSif dons Journalistic oracle which lilts almost lwnys herQtoftre ItmiUtl tlrqM temperance reform with cynlcnLdlB f dais to the following unusual htylciv couraglng coninttmt on tho quostlonor V abstinence According to recent dOllopmontt of scientific opinion Is new + that a belief In the trouthllolninrtlltIIt- lllJlOrtln r qunntlUU of alcohol wllUft eventually become as obsolete as oT belief In witchcraft Tire whole question realty t nnHpL on tho consciousness thlV l drinks satisfy some kind of Unibojp111 pant or j1rod nce some tttr lO fort ot eSlillartOoneoBpl with tt UisK lief which modern physiology is tialqp her best to dispel that lhoy are + gbrs least essontlslly harmless vton rasa sumed In moderation It BC stated as on opinion upon whUft ntfttU If not Uf fbllotI are UflMll V that alcohol ctnlrlMt ndOftfk i the pemanent pdwels onifiThnMUi organism whether physical or talel lectusl Ntj man It the v stronger far taken L and dalb n it- thb wiser Ttie oSfOrfencII ll w vory dxtentlvo of Insurance offices nemi wasmoderateany torn fa oft the FvltmepllnntNbtP tory to Ule shortening of life When these tlewf enao ktraUf ai4yhslenesd agnlust temporary ontkns of the i1 palate or temporary stlumalation al tho brain they wUl ho likely to lead not to a single wave 6t wfbrtety It to n gradual change in the habit ol tho more Intelligent portion of man kind this 1ilin uueranctftliat shotil startle the almighty brewers and liquor sellers of Kngkind who thought I I tho Times emtld always be Uopaode upon to bolster up the trndo with tho fallacloHs philosophy of the mod orate drinker and tko tltio floor maker A Wise Woman- A lady received tho following reply from a neighbor In answer to thff question why she allowed her husband and children to Utter up every room In the house and tho sentiment willV I find lodgment in tho heart of every homo loving person in the land Tho mark of little muddy feet upon tho floor can bo easier removed than tho stain when those toot go down Into tho highways of evil The prints j of tho little flnxors upon tho window pane cannot shut out the sunshine half so much as tho shadow that darkens the mothers heart over the one who Is but a name through the coming years And If my John finds his homo n refuge tram oaro and trouble ann his greatest lutpplnots within Its four walls ho can put his hoots In the rocking chair and hang his coat on the flour any day In Ule week And it I can stand M and he enjoys It I cannot see that It Is asp ono elses business Sxebango JMr+InsViews rn the year 1843 Mr Lincoln was making Washington speeches On one occasion ho said Whether oi1 not the world would bo vastly benefit cd by the total and final banishment from it of all Intoxicating drinks rlionfees tho affirmative with their tongues and I believe all the rest acknowledge It In their hearts Ought any tbenj to refuse their alit In doing what tho gust of all demand And when r tho victory sbalLbo complete whoa 1 there shall be neither slave nor a 1 drunkard on tho earth how proud the title of that land which may truly claim to bo the birthplace and the cradlo of both those revolutions that shall havo ended In victory HoInobly distinguished that people shall have planted and nurtured both t tho political and moral freedom of their Is J1Icelandpeople aro total nbsaln6r8slricother 3 will not permit any liquor to bo IHIT ported There Is not an Illiterate on tho Island not a child ten years i1Iespecial seminaries and colleges soy t r eral good newspapers and a printing establishment which every Mr llshosa number of excellent booksnnS v various lines Such Is tho report i iIncomparableHorn r For Truer A Plifodolphla doctor warns people Against drinking straight alcohol say- Ing it will make them crazy Hp whodrinlatraigbtHouston Post A Mistaken Idea Some pcoplo think that you can Im prove an iniquity by washing u Dr sopltIsm ness Improved vice a nioraledulradlC J- lion tt i 1V J4VV r4 wA Ne d elialak t k t I J i lv 1171 c f I Itr ti1 ale PICTURES ON LEAVED i How They Can Da Reproduced on- t Green Foliage I nnltion voo may r aiHy koletonUod causing tho plcfflf8 to stand out as shown In tho Illustration Tbo process la oicced I Huntsman and Doug e Insly felmplp and oak maple or chest qn leavesIn fact lonroa from al inokt any tree may b4 utilized zy iniiIinuko thorn smooth and stiff Wuon iW leave aro ready for skeletonising cut out of paper ivlcttirua which nip to ho reproduced trimming thorn w clqkaly with sharp iclMor Fafto the ptoliiraa on tho loaves 1 with common flour paste or mucilage i layrrapist on an Ironing board or othor I nSoeth surface on which a cloth has 1itbc6a spread ni for Ironing the bristles Tho paper protects tho parts of tho loaves covered and tho uncovered parts are skeletonised by the beating When through beating paper Merry DancerI IThe In tho leaves as shown paporn and magazine ff An Oriental Seine furnish an Infinite Tartan of pictures andIef many kinds I4ter Information Dusty you got any kind of a ladyiman to haro I to disappoint you Dusty Uats all right lady 1 Jest wanted ter find out if I could take n In do next lot hero wldout beln by btfgra of work Uroolclyn Jlaleop The Rule of Three thine to wish for health and a cheerful spirit Thrco things to delight in frank DOSS freedom and beauty Throo things to admire power tracefulnoss and dlcnltr Three things to lovo purity truth fulness and honor Three things to be brave gentle anti kind l Explorer Was Farm Boy Capt Svordrup tho Arctic explorer who recently added 100000 square j miles of Ico to the king of Swedens dominions spoilt his boyhood dayi on a forest farm JCITYBRED CHiLDREN A London scientist says mat life In metropolis jnnkcn young children I sharp but not clever that It often tlo troys their chance of over being clever for It hastens tho development of the bwln unnnturally It makes them up srlclal alert but not ob servant BxcltaWe but without ono spark of thoy are npt to grow b1ao alil discontented they UM mote tnlrfgs than the countrybred child but ijracb Interesting things i Vwn INVENTOR OF THE STEAMBOAT A Peep Into the Life and Achieve+ menu of Robert Fulton Many people claim tot Robert Fulton tho glory of steamboat Invention but tho fact Is Pulton only gathered up tho wasted efforts mado by Inven tive men for tho past half hundred years and adding his own Invontlvo eenlns mado valuable use of them Hut all Inventions nays tho Cleve land Leader have come to us through long process of JmprtivojnentH hind tho last Inventor who crowns tho feeble first offdrts with success wins the glory nf the achievement for himself In 1766 Robert fulton was born In Pennsylvania Ills father was an Irishman a tailor by tradowlto emi grated from tho Rmorald Isle tthllu still II his teens to America tho how world so full of promise In coureu of time ho married a young American woman of English descent When Robert was only three years of age his father died Ae soon nil tho child waa old enough ho was sent tq tho district school whore It Is said he was not considered n very apt pupil for Instead of devoting his time to his books ho busied himself In con structing Ingenious JltUo apparatus much to the nnnoyanco of his teach ers and tho amusement of his com rades at books As tho boy grow Ills Robert Fulton talent for art oecamo pronounced and ho developed considerable ability with his pencil achieving qulto a good deal of success as an artist later In life Ho was undoubtedly a moat enor gotlo and Industrious boy for at tho ago of 21 ho had ouccccded in saving from his earnings enough money to buy a little farm for hla widowed mother which would Insuro her a mod est living Then did tho young art enthusiast satisfy his groat dofilro Ho wont abroad to study under tho direction of Uenjaraln West who like Fultonfwaa n Pennsylvanian and who at that Umo was enjoying a well ieservod celebrity In Europe But Robert Fulton soon gave up tho study of art for that of civil engineer It was at about this time that thq young man conceived tho Idea that steam could bo used as a motor for tho propelling of vessels To tho Earl of Stanhopo he wrote In 1793 laying forth his plan Tho earls answer Is given below valujblo for tho fact that It proves tho dato when Robert Fulton gavo his atten non to steam Sir 1 havo received yours of tho 30th of September In which you pro pose to communicate to mo they prin ciples of an InvenUon which sat you have discovered relpectl6 the moving of ships by steam I shaHbo glad to receive tho communication which you Intend aBI have made tho principles of mechanics my particular studyIn 1601 Fulton had brought his sub marina boat to a state of perfection according to n report mado by tho French government which has not Blnco been equaled Babe Born In Death Cell Frau Bloomers of Dorcndorf Ocr many who recently gave birth to a son In a prison cell white awaiting execution of her death sentence for complicity In tho murder of a military officer In Qladbtich was refused ri don The court decreed that sho should nurso her child for eight weeks Tho baby was then placed in an or phnnf attiinJtho mother decapi tnfodi Tattoojng Many a roan has on his wrist a dim blue spot where as V boy ho tried to tattoo himself with an anchor or a star The small boy who content plates his skin In savage manner should remember not only that ho may be ashamed of his mark lug whoa ho grows to years of dignity but that the process of tattooing Is dangerous and may be fpllowed by blood poisoning A tattop artist In Now York was recently arrested by the Gerry society which Intends to stop a dangerous and foolish business I i A I eathtttfeeni decorating and they do not property see anything for they havo neither tho time nor ca pacity to get at the root of all tho be wlldorlnp objects that crowd them solves into thefr little lives Ills Future He kae a promising future IHA promised luluro I should say he has borrowed more money on prom ises to pay than he can repay Ja ten years11eua4on rOIL I a ry m EDITORS PROTEST CALL LATEST RULING OF COM MERCE COMMISSION UNFAIR RAILROAD ADS BARRED Say There Is Nothing In the Law That Calls for Such an I ntero lation The Commission Flooded with Kicks Washington Thp repent ruling of the interstate commerce commission to tho effect that nothing but money can bo for transportation of either persons or property means that in futufo the railroads will fie prohibited from exchanging transpor tation for advertising space In tho newspapers of tho country The ruling has already arduscd a storm of protest ftom tho publishers throughout the country Every mall Into Washington brings hundreds of letters from newspaper men all of whlfcli severely criticise tho commls olon for going out of It s way to hit the newspapers rho publishers In slit that there Is nothing In the new law which would In any way forbid tho railroads from purchasing adver tising space to bo paid for In trans portation and that such a ruling Is not only uncalled for by either the letter or tho spirit of tho law but Is unconstitutional as well One prominent publisher said a day or two ago Thoro Is not only nothing In tho now rate law which would call for such a ruling as this from the com mission but the ruling Is antagonistic to the national constitution as well and It will not bo uphold by tho courts Tho railroads that desire pub licity through the medium ofmy publication inako advertising contracts with me and pay mo for tho space used with transportation which ia tho samo as money to mo as It is used by myself or my employes in connection with my business The government might wllli equal justice say the merchant could not give dry goods or any other marketable commodity In exchange for advertising space Tho courts would not uphold such a ruling as that for one moment and there Is no snore reason why they should uphold this latest erratlon ot tho com merco commission for It Is equally as untenable as the proposition between tho publisher and tho merchant would be- Everyone knows that the railroads do and can afford to advertise more heavily when their advertising ac counts can be paid for In transporta tion Nor docs this Increased amount of advertising affect tho interests ot tho general public In any way but it docs assist In making the prosperity of the American newspapers and pert odicals Tbo transportation that is given to newspapers in exchange for advertising does not affect in any way tho equitable enforcement of the rato law nor does it affect In any way tho rates charged tho general public for transportation for either persons or property It Is a benefit to the rail roads In that It enables them to do n greater amount of advertising that thoy otherwise could or would do and in this way secure a greater amount of business for their lines and under a just Interpretation of tho law this Increase In business would eventually load to a reduction of transportation charges to tho general public It Is an unjust and uncalled for ruling and both the publishers and tho railroads should fight 1U That publishers are fighting it not only by their protests to the commis sion but by protesting to their repre sentatives In both houses of congress Is proven by tho fact that already the commission in receiving communications from many senators and con gressmen In which those representa tives of the peoplo declare they had no intention at passing a law that would affect the newspapers in this way and that there is nothing In tho new law which calls for such a ruling on tho part of the commission NEW YORK REPUBLICAN LEADER Charles E Hughes Nominated for Governor In Convention Saratoga N YTho Republican state convention met hero Wednen day nominated a state ticket adopted a platform and then adjourned Charles E Hughes who cdnductod thu Insurance Investigation before the legislative committee war placed in nomination fcr the governorship by job E Hedges cf Now York county luo nomination vras greeted with tremendous enthusiasm Senator Tully of Stoubon county seconded tho nom ination and It was mado by acclama tion Two Switchmen Killed Indianapolis IndCharlesS Reed and Herbert G Oldrldgo switchmen j employed In the yards of tho Big Four railroad at Urightwood were killed In a collision between a switch engine and a coal car Taft to Speak at Milwaukee Madison WIs Tho Wisconsin speech of Secretary Taft opening the Republican campaign will probably I bo mode In Milwaukee Instead ot Madison as at first planned during tho first week in October Mine Shaft Burned Dixon IllThe main shaft ot Rut land mine taught flre Thursday morn Ing The games spread to the coal I I chutes near the station of the Illinois Central railroad and lewaadiJarwl several hours 1 r The Two Great- Commandments Sunday School Lesson lor Oct 7 1906 SpecUllr Prepared fo This Paper salUemorthttLord12SO 20PLACE Jeru alem Thoughts on the Lesson The commandment which Jesus cites to tho scribe Is peculiar to re vealed religion That Is only to say In other words that It presupposes redemption Wo could not Imagine such a precept in tho religion of Greece or of tome and of course wo do not find It Who can love In any conceivable sense of tho word Zeus or Poseidon Hero or Athene Neither tho place they hold In the unlyerse nor their characters and relations to each other nor their attitude to men Inspire any such emotion It is often said that love cannot bo commanded but that has only n limited truth Granted certain relations between per sons and Jovo Is demanded by tha very nature of the case If It is awant ing Its absence U the graves of moral faults and brings Innumerable others in Its train till It comes lit orally nothing can bo right James Denncy D D Why Is this the first and greatest commandment 1 It Is greatest In Its nature being tho highest and noblest nct of tho soul 2 It Is the sum of tho first table of the Law 3 It has tho greatest value being the fountain and source of all virtue of all love to our neighbor because tt Is tho consccroatlon of self to tho Father of all good and all men Herbert Spencer says Uy no political al chemy can you got golden conduct out of leaden Instincts 4 It Is tho act tho outgoing of the whole nature of man It Is all luclus Ive 6 It Is tho most difficult of all timings Love Is not a mere sentiment a general good feeling toward God when all things go right with us but It Is a devotion to God and His cause when that devotion makes us martyrs that enables us to trust Him In the darkest night and say with Job The Lord gave and tho Lord hath taken away blessed bo the namo of the Lord and Though Ho slay me yet will I wait for Him Reasons for Loving God Supremely 1 Ho Is supremely good Ho is the sum of all good lie that loves God loves all that Is good and hates all that Is evil 2 Ho Is not only good but lovable Ills goodness Is attrac tive it Is worthy of love 3 All wo havo and lire wo owe to him and the only way In which wo can make any return is to love him and obey him in love That Is all that is ours to give meanjand God wants the best 6 Such love not only honors God but elevates man Lovo Is the most ennobling act of tho soul and tho nobler and higher the object and the more intense tho love so much tho more Is tho one who thus loves ennobled purified enlarged exalted In nature G In Him aro found all that ought to move tho high est affections of men Suggestions 1 Lovo Is the greatest thing In the world For an unfolding Of this great fact see 1 Cor 13 and read Prot Drummonds booklet Tho Greatest Thing In tho World 2 Lovo Is tho fulfilling of tho second tablo of tho Law Compare Tho Spectrum of Love In Drummond Illus trating tho description of lovo in 1 Cor 13 and his Programme of Chris tianity which la stated in Christs own words Luke 418 the fulfillment of the Prophet Isaiahs words Isa 611 the soul of tbo Old Testa ment and exemplified In Christs message to John tho Baptist Matt 11 3C 3 Uy loving our neighbor wo can test and express our love to God This is more effective than even prayers and songs of praise though these help to inspire and cultivate love to God So St John says If a man say I love God and hateth his brother ho is a liar for ho that loveth not his brother whom ho hath seen how can he lovo God whom he bath not seen 1 John 420 Tj 4 Love to God and lovo to transform earth Into heaven Compare the conditions given In the twentyfifth chapter of Matthew where the good deeds enjoined aro not substitutes for faith and prayer and lovo and honesty but they are tho proofs of a right heart from which all virtues grow Not the Amount of tho Gift but tho Spirit of Sacrifice Ruskln In his Seven Lamps of Architecture Tho Lamp of Sacrifice in speaking of tho expense lavished on tho tabernacle says that tho covenant of God with his people was marked and Its ac ceptance signified by some external sign of their lovo and obedience and surrender of themselves to Ills wilL The Measure of the Gift The measure of n gift lies not In tho largeness of the gift but in tho largeness of tho lovo and sacrifice It expresses not the size of the gift but tho cost to tho giver not the number of the sheaves or of time measures of fruit but tho love and gratitude and faith that fills them And in that great day when wo present our fruits at tho Judgment sent some large sheaves will grow larger by that meas ure and some will shrink Inv t band ful of halfgrown stalks and pebbles f mbjirrsn fields will growiae soar A iinoll1 j rypy l IqM J I i85 71 i BereaCoJlegIO FOR THE ASPIRING YDUNGTPEO M PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS t III M Places the BEST EDUCATION in r6dcli0rattY 1111 rap ft Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 7 t J stt7 Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS nnt 1Y rr A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject f Sir many classes that each student can be placed with otberslikq1Jim fd where he can make most rapid progress i Which Department Will You Erntehi THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sameltcturestl- ibrary and general advantages as for more advanced students i Arith metic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Mariaga ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for who have finished fifth r Prf4tfingLearn and Earnr+ rACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who havwi largely finished common branches The most practical and interest t ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful lifeI i Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that ayoUi gJtman may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady Home Science iaIACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Evei part of this course as fall and winter terms avery profitableSmall i extra fees J ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses la t I with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical coursi y es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modernmeth i 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 I one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter ands spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary forState 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 Ii Expenses Regulations Opening Days tfBerea College is not a moneymaking institution All themoney received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollarsa year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etavary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toiletarticles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The Cpllegcaska no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 1 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fie to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition orCservices of teachers all our instruction is a free gilt The Incidental Fee for most students is 5oo a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room 5forturnedThose who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows loci dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 j 35th day 675 70th day 540 T LOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations ta protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest Vo dowell ahdintt iAllftrainSecretary secure extra so as tojoara from 50 cents to one dollar a week JirThe best time to come to Berea and the most favorable Meal Lit to study is in the fall IiJIt is important to come the first day September ia and stay till the end December 19 SSfFor further information and friendly advice write to tM SecretaryJ y i I WILL G GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY F tJJ Madison County Roller Mills 1 Htt41 4 J It r i iManufacturers FMCJ Roller Roar I Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crusicd Cora Ettzxl- Our GOLD DUST Roller Ffcor will be t hard t hat PRIDE OF MADISON to aiotfeer ExccQut Flaw t 41E4id4dHeii Potts Duersonj 1 iNse Si Kp 1 rr J s f f fi I H rfl- F j A if IeM iiNt JljiIftti Us J1 L W r d yw- yK = MIf M t1 z M f F r I t- I JIIIr e1 + fliI 11 ITHE HOME I Some Cooklng School Recipes- By MM Hill Apples With RlceDoil half a cupful of rice wilh ono fourth of n teaepoonful of salt in milk until tcuclor sweeten it to tnstoj drain it if tho milk is not all absorbed press it into a pun smooth it over tho top when it has cooled enough to hold the form turn it into n Ont dish This cake of rice should be about two inches high Pare and core as many apples as will stand on the rico cake boil them slowly until tender in a syrup of sugar and water remove them before they lose their shape Boil the juice down to a thicksyrup arrange the apples on the top of the rice and pour over thorn a little of the thickened syrup then fill the center of each apple with jam place a hickorynut or walnut meat on top of and between each apple Servo hot or cold with the syrup for sauce or with whippedcrenm Apple CharlotteCut bread into slices ono quarter inch thick then into strips an inch and a half wide nnd as long as the height of tho pan in which It is to be baked Butter the pan dip tho slices of bread Into melted butter and arrange fnem on the bottom nminroundl1l sides fitting closely together or overlapping Fill the center withapple sauce made of tart npplos stoned until too der then broken Into coarse pieces drained nod seasoned with butler mu sugar Chopped hickorynut meats or nlniouds may bo added Cover the top thickly with coarse bread crumbs rolled in tho molted butter and bake in a hot oven about half an hour When douo the bread should bo alight brown like toast Turn it carefully into a flat dish Servo with cream or a thin custard for sa- uceTHE SCHOOL I Berea Teachers Club Creech Ky September 17 To the Members of the Berea Teachers Club I am getting along nicely teaching and enjoy it well I will I r into a new house next week that my district has built this fall contiug 365 I have had pleasant visits from Berea students this year Messrs Frenger and Daily of this county who were engaged in Sunday school workspent two or three days with me and gave one or Iwo lectures to my school H M Washburn from Perry county and Mr Ktllyof Lploher county called on me Mr Washburn in two hours and n half walked fourteen miles over two large mountains to BCO tho largo black mountain and visit me I am always glad to welcome any Borea folks to my homo here in Harlau county Yours truly CAM J LEWIS Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools nr rnoF CHAIUFS i IKWIS SECURITIES Securities are of two kinds stocks and bonds The subject gives trouble for two reasons First because pupils do not understand the nature of the actual busi ness customs involved Second bEcauso two per cents are always used in ona solution The following points well grasped will I belleve greatly aid the student 1 The par value never changes 2 Rate of dividend on stocks or interest on bonds is always a given per cent of the par value I 3 Brokerage is always a per cent of the par valuo 4 Market value is always expressed as on certain per cent of the par value 5 The rate of income on the par value will always be a different rate on investment unless the securities are selling at par The following forms of solution 1 have always found of greatest value Solution 1 Face value of 05 shares 11500 2 Market value +brokerage = 72g per Ct of F VcCost 3 100 per cent of face value 0500 4 1 per cent of face value SOU 5 72g per cent of face value= OSS750 Cost of stockII Problem I invest 80050 in mining stock at 55J brokerage J per cent What is the face value of the stockSolution 1 M V +B = 552 Pr ct of F V =cost 2 5pr ct of F V 80050 31 pr ct of F V = 1018013 4 100 pr ct of F V = 31018943 F V of stock 10180 43 TO liE CONTINUED F THE FARM l Why Kentucky Farmers Should Grow Cow Peas Moat of the older farms in Kentucky contain fields whore the black oolor and mellow quality of the new land have changed to tho hard red and yellow washing clay which indicates a worn field This is because the supply of humus which was in the soil at first accumulated from tho growth of trees and the decay of leaves and roots for generations has been wubed out and the land has not been managed so as to replace it Any vegetable crop plowed under whether stubble stalks weeds or other growing crop is helpful in restoring this humus The best crop of all however for the southern farmer is cow peas for the vines not only restore the humus to the soil but are able to get nitrogen the most costly element of aM that our crops need and store that up for the use of the crops which follow Cow peas grew first in a southern climate and are injured bya very little touch of frost HO that the time to sow them must be when all dan ger of frost is over in the Spring They will grow well on almost any ground which is prepared well enough for a crop of corn They may be sown either broadcast and liar rowed or cultivated in much an one would put in oats sowing about a bushelor a bushel and a peck to the acre or they may be sown in drills A In drilling the rows should be two anda half to threo feet apart us near as a small ono horse cultivator can be worked between them The best method of drilling is to use a one horse corn drill Larger fields on more level ground may bo seeded by taking a common grain drill and stopping all tbo drill holes but three and setting the feed open wide enough to put in the right amount of seed One half bushel to tho aero is usually sufficient for peas that are drilled When ono is planting only a small patch the ground may bo furrowed out with n single shovel plow and the seeds scattered in the furrow by hand They may bo covered by hand or more rapidly with a harrow or float Peas that are sown in drills should be hoed and cultivated until they are largo enough to occupy the ground and so keep down weeds They will be apt to produce more seeds than those that are broadcasted but the broadcasting method is best where the prop is sown to be plowed under for improving tho soil or to be grazed off by hogs or other stock One very successful way of handling pens is to sow them broadcast among the corn just before it is worked for laying by They will grow quite well between the corn rows helping to keep down weeds not inter faring with the corn growth and greatly improving the soil For this t r i purpose only dwarf varieties should be sown such as Early Black or Newt i capeDishyPeas may also be sown an crop an Mfeeted and will como on and make a large amount of feed or a good I ftoilinproving crop before the treat catches them in the Fall 1 0 r Students Journal I Containing Breezy Notes Com Events and PAst Trials r Triumphs of Berea Students A IOne of the ifusnim why the stud cuts ought all 10 taut the Citizens anil support the Students Journal Is bo cause of the things It doesnt tell about them Think of all the bad tricks and the good jokes that tho Journal might dublt you with and then bo grateful It smoothes them over with the gentle hand of charity and does not make a black and white record of thorn against you The Students Journal editors BO far as thy ore appointed are Dotft Kappa Charles Klanery Union II C Ingram 11 Upsllon PI Mss Putnam Phi Delta Luther Shmloln Alpha Ieta tarry Klnnard i Utile 15 lice Miss Kdvlllo AthlHlt Kugone Thomson Tu university students of Germany 10 pugnacity courage and skill r certain sorts In what lit called the Mensnr a form of dualling In which each combatant trips to carve hiero glyphic on the sculp and taro of his opponent The American version American revised version of this cultivation of polemic skill IB found IH football The fatalltlec aro grouter In Anrarku tho the cawmlf ties prob ably average higher In Germany The advantage in America la that hero one h ui more company In his sufferings and Is not so limited M to location In which his normal anatomy is to bj lutfere with And that brings u to the announcement of the cam lulgn planned for the padded Beroa jiusd FOOTBALL Vext Saturday Oct G comes their inter colleglato football game for Braa this season On thAt day we play WHllaimburg Institute hereTho attendance ought to be large with a jjod crowd of rooters for it promises to be a tine game The Varsity is gaining with each pracilco and till whole Bqnftd In meeting every afternoon for scrimmage work Tho Vars ity will average about ISO pounds and Is full of life and energy What Is needed most Is a larger second tocun for the Vanity to buck up against There should be at least two good teluna on the field every afternoon On Saturday October 13 Boroa playt Central University at Danville Let ua who aro wrestling with the ancient Greeks Koreans and Germans not nstttact to gain what Insvlrntlon we way from the contest with the Wit llainsbttrgliea Turning anlde for a moment from the warlike preparations In Cuba and on our College gridiron let us con alder again the arts of poses THE UTILE DULCB SOCIBTV Utile Dice met at usual time and plod test week with Miss Elizabeth Marsh the new president in the chair The ehtef business of the society at title meeting was to pity for marsh mallow toasted at the meeting before After said business had beef transec ted to the auisfaetlim of all the pro gram of the evening was rendered Mia Walden read an v say on Suc ceaa which waa full of encouragemen for the girls In their work Kveryone was Interested In hearing Miss Lewis tell how she and Silas Maiden kept hone ut Chatanqua this summer Miss Phillips anticipations of Mount ala IXiy wers shared by all She had hoped fur a good dinner a pleasant companion and a general good time TUB ALPHA ZETA SOCIETY Alpha Zeta had a lively and inter oiling meeting last Friday night There was not a dull numbor on the program and every piece showed hard and conscientious work The names of tour new men were proposed for membeishlp Messrs Burton Lampo Sprague and Mali Tho literary pro gram of the evening was as follow Music Morton and Oldfleld A Sum mer In the Mountains Harry Miller Comic IlecltHtlon Alfred Meese Dramatic Recitation Gilbert Combs Original Story Roy Eastman Debate Vfflrmatlve M V Roberts Negative John Oerdce Subject Resolved Tha capital punishment should be abol Ished SONGS OF ALL NATIONS The utudents are getting their tickets and their company for the Fall Lyceum Course and looking forward with especial pleasure to the enter tainment which Mrs Murphy gives In the Upper Chapel Saturday night at 730 Tho Harmonla Society U taking up the study or Sir John Stalnere beau tiful cantanla the Daughter of Jaime A former Berea student who had already won fame here as a rider of Pegasus Miss Ruth Keeler Todd was honored by her class In Oberlin Col IvyOdesprig of Ivy by one of tho old build IvyOdeaslon by one of tho class The beau ty of the poem adds to tho interest we would have In it for the authors PereThatAs mothers lore a helpless child the more The Earth but yam to thee all her More A legacy front richly freighted A1I1 31 woods end water sky anti folding air crauDieThe nulling laughs that restleu wimU awake panriieThe yellowgreen of Springs lint feathered leave skyTheofwild things in the woadIn these And more the earth would fain GIve thee a share The fitful sky serenely blue when glad While flocks of merry clouds aoft fooled race Like unities that upon a happy face lie sulks lit grey drops down his tears wheuIsad But stilt through all his waywardness la fair klcii count their wealth by millions beggared UlI if measured by the worth of one dim dawn lawnIorAs only early Woo Is wont to wear goldTheRecalls his lingering sunbeams one by oneIAnd leaves time for darkness to enfold Asleep save where the stars are all astare Fear notl What would a greater strength avail What longing of thy heart Is yet ed What dost thou lack that wouldst lure fulfilled Thou halt a heritage that will not fall A world Sa thine and lo the world 1s fair Parties desiring to rent sewing machines for a month or more can get souse at R H Ghrismans Furniture i tore 1 AMERICAN TROOPS SAIL FOR ISlAND FORCE OF 900 MEN LEAVES NEW YORK NAVY YARD BOUND FOR CUBA BIG CROWD CHEERS THEIR DEPARTURE Cruiser Brooklyn with 400 Marines Also on Way from League Island Palma Quits Presidents Palace at Havana New York OcL 3Amld tho cheers and farewells of wives sweethearts and friends 900 men composing the first portion of tho Cuban expedition ary force to sail from New York city direct to tho Island sailed from the Now York navy yard n few minutes before noon Tuesday on board the transport Sumner There was a big gathering of friends and relatives or the troops on the dock to witness their departureAs troopship passed down tho bay amid tho salutes of tho harbor craft she was accompanied by a tug carrying Gun Grant commander of tho department of alto east Mrs Grant Admiral Schley and Mrs Schloy Oen Weaver and Ma Sher man Tho tug escorted tho big ship to the sea to see her safely clear of the channels Tho troops on board the Sumner comprised three battalions of the Fifth Infantry from tho IlatuburK barracks with 23 oftlccrs and C17 men commanded by Col C D Cowles two battalions of engineers from WAshing- ton comprising 13 officers and 311 men commanded by Maj M M Pat rick and a detachment from tho hos vital corps numbering two officers and 22 men 400 Sail from League Island Philadelphia Oct 3Wlth more than 400 marines on board and loaded with ammunition stores medical sup plies and 1200 tons of coal the armored cruiser Brooklyn sailed at noon Tuesday from tho League Island navy yard for Cuba Tho Brooklyn which Is commanded by Capt L C Heilncr Is expected to arrive In Cuban waters on FridayCabinet Meeting Talks of Cuba Washington Oct 3The first cab tact meeting for over a period of thrco months was hold at the White House Tuesday It was attended by Secretaries Hoot Bonaparte Wilson Motcalf Postmaster General Cortclyou and Attorney General Moody the ab sontees being Secretaries Taft Shaw and Htlchcock Several important questions were considered Cuba naturally occupying tho most conspicuous placo In tho dis cussion It Is understood that a proposition was considered to send Charles E Magoon late governor of the canal zone who arrived In Wash ington Tuesday morning direct to Havana to represent tho civil branch of the war department In case such an official Is deemed necessary This of course would Indefinitely postpone the assumption by Mr Magoon of tho ofllce of vice governor of tho Philip pinesTaft May Return In Two Weeks Fred C Carpenter Secretary Tafts private secretary here Tuesday morn- Ing received a cablegram from tho secretary dated at Havana Monday night stating that ho should probably remain there not moro than two weeks longer Many Troops En Route Practically all of the troops detailed for the first Cuban expedition n ware en route from their stations to Nowport News Va the point of mob ilization and embarkation Gen Alas worth the military secretary was in receipt of telegraphic Information that the troops of the several stations had started They will begin to arrive at Newport News It Is expected Wednes day or Thursday Gen Humphrey quartermaster general has completed arrangements for transports and they will be awaiting the troops on their arrival at Newport News Capt Couden tho senior naval of ficer at Havana reported to the navy dcpartmcht Tuesday that acting un der Instructions of Secretary Taft he toIark to Ncuvltas to guard tho railroad there Battleship Texas Sails Norfolk Va Oct 3Tho United States battleship Texas which was recalled after having been hurriedly placed In commission at the Norfolk navy yard and dispatched for Cuba with marines and land supplies aboard sailed again Tuesday morning on a fresh start for Cuban waters She passed out the Capes of Virginia at seven a m according to official report from the United States weather buroau at Cape Henry Palms Leaves Cuban Capital Havana Oct 3 ExPrcsldent Palma left tho palace at nine oclock Tuesday morning Ho bade farewell In his apartments to many friends Including Gens Montalvo and Rodri guez and then descended tho grand staircase and accompanied by his family entered a closed carriage and was driven to tho ferry to Regis whore he took a train for Matanzas Ills departure was witnessed by a small gathering of loungers in front of the palace but there was no dem castration of any sort Disarming of Insurgents The disarmament proceedings are going on wl1 out a1t Dt Ia till t d1 J c + t + REAL ESTATE I have a form containing 74 ucrcs next to tho pike and in reach of Boron College This is a very good farm It hue it largo lipitso on it good water good burn and UtLgood orchard Thoro nrolC acres in gnma This farm is worth more than 1 ask for it There is now 1 norM in tobacco on the place that is as fine ns thero is in Madison i countyAny one wanting this place will do well to call uad j I sue J P Bickncll nt once t 1forI can furnish you with anything you want farm Im plements fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paluU oils 4 stool mid galvanized I make n specialty in put 4 roofing If you will call nt my store I will show ilDOfillg latest best and most economical oil stoves that are mnrkot A jxirfect beauty mad n grunt comfort tottho Imly hi the kitchen I have n very complete lino of groctiritH Imrdwaro dry goods clothing and If you wnuln good still of clothes nt very lltllo Money romo unit saw lime I BICKNELLtJ P fReal Estate Agent BURBA KENTUCKY MMMhMO MN G 0 1 4 M M 1- orrrvrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr i I WHO SAID GROCERIES Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrri x 33jr z J W D LOGSDON k When you want good things at low prices bos the man s to talk with y f- v tc 20 pounds Granulated Sugar Ito q Tr n Sack of Eureka Flour Jest on Earth 3Sa tl White Rose Plour por Sack 50 K- if l ta Pint Cups 5 g All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will bo delivered afternoon 2- s x i I Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery Store II I 11451 S1 lets ttt151 laYwa 4t 441yapsLOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea JUS am Arrive Richmond 410 n mI Arrive Paris C28 a in Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Iherun12t pm Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive laris380 pm Arrive Cincinnati 010 p In- Going South Train 3 Daily Leave I oral 121 pm Arrive Knoxville 810 pa Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron 1220 am Arrive Knoxville 730 am HQurrfKNT Trains numbers andaarry nuOct Parlor car micouhc between Cinclnnalt and Knoxville In both direction llama num bet i and 4 airy Pullman vriltmlctl Sleeping car end cMchr between Cincinnati and Knox YUle In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent HOUSES TO RENT Berea College has a few desirable houses to rent in Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day to 12 a m or 8to 4 pm Miss Anna Fay Hanson will be in town this fall and will teach classes in drawing painting woodcarving and pyrograpby at hec home For terms call at residence or by phone No 30 Get SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to hays It Dont be surprised though if you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod Hver oil are plentiful but dont Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been Increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been better than any substitute for It Qsnd for free ample SCOTT A BOWNE Chamlas 109415 Pusrl Street New York 10e and 100 All druggists 44 e 44 44 44 R r FEELINGI i This Morning 7 TAKE A Gentle LaxativeiAnd Appetizer j A aUAHANTKii CUIIK VOB TIIKM Itching mlodnlredingrrotrudingrlta Drug gtru ate authorlted la refund money If PAZO OINTMlNTi 1110 cure In 6 to Ie dare joe New Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 I KEEP CLEAN l iancIJ C BURNAMjThe Vert Ead 500 a suit is all it will cost you I BARGAINSM- eal OOo per bushel Granulated Sugar Co per Hi Flour 40o to 55o per stick Boat Bacon llo per lb I J Salt V Good CoTeol2Jo nna15arlb All other goods at the lowest poseNsible prices M D SETTLE Big Hill Ky rrrrrrKrsNtrkstrr GtK iFor I Sale or I II Rent Cheap iA nice little Cottage of four rooms on i Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on S or address UOLLIDAYI Q+teiKeNtsletK G4MKststt41N1NtNNNt d I Q T I i u t 1j t JI Nrin gpdtiug 3s ait Aft tn Euniessiwss I j fly PROP J P RIDGLEY I Formerly of the Hoyt Institute of San Frincltco 11 II SKH10USLY doubt the practicability of the phonetic style of spelling It is not a stop fgrwardand on the impotus President Roosevelt hits lt fcri make it a fact to be desiredFJ r The phonetic spoiling if used even in moderation will be one of the host aids to tho natural carelessness of children that could bo manufactured and its great for the lazy child My experience lies been that titers fire a hundred children with n natural genius for figures t0 ono with the genius for spoiling and there ia nothing aside from vulgar construct tion that stamp n lack of education as a deficiency in spelling When a child has loomed to master tho stumbling and barrierlike words of aurora borealis and asafootida it has begun to get a grasp on I Its dominant brain mid tho child brain that works over the victory of put ting the propor amount of ss in Mississippi line inado a stand on an upper jilane and will in itself strive for other victims in other directions C So far as tho spoiling itself is concerned wo might just as well spell t nmfoctkla aiafitida or aurora borealis nrora boryailis but then when it come to tho phenolic system wltos going to stop us from going as far as wo like and whoro are wo going to have any reward for being right As n socialistic proposition it is a sublime victory for free thinkers for it makos ut all equal iu that respect at least When it comaa to tho deep question of training for a childs mind I do not sea how any ono can sanction tho thing to any greater extent t than to got out a now standard of spoiling that wo must oil take up again and those of us who learned to spell once and have had to use that learning to go out and make a living with its no idle thing to spring an entirely now list of words on us t + y r t agr5IfnHENRY HELM CLAYTON I Mtlroroloflit flue Mill Observatory t L 1tho rPublish Qontributorst Dypt Polar expositions pro sort to my mfnd four distinct advantages Tltoy teach man to thus to login his capac ity to hardship and they on courage Invention they increase human knowl edge in Mianee and grog rapier and they mid to the worlds wealth An expedition into an un known region Uwet with dangers cultivates that rugged determination to overtone difficulties which is one of the taunt valuable its of a nation It trains the citizens of the nation to understand and to appreciate that ills human hotly and mind have tile power to tweet and ovorcoine great hardship antI to achieve much in the face of difltcultiee In this respect it riYal if it dole not exceed tho racing pf yachts In NetfjYork harbor or the raring Of then at Marathon for both of which nJl1J1un1 of dollars err gladly contributed every year by tho lovers of virile sports and undertakings i Polar expeditions encourage invention as do most difficult under takings Nansen ipyauttt n bt t with a rounded bottom which when nipped by great ico flow nu liuott instead of crushed This device is a Inowat tho rorriee of all whose duty or Imsinoas talks thorn into the regions of floating ico Wollman in his present oiTort to float across tha ico fields J 4 inn dirigible balloon is making experiments which will doubtless add J I mud to the art of ilavigatlttg fho air Almost cVory oJTort to reaeh tho polo results in an increased knowl a edge of the geography of our arthIU island is discovered hero the- outline of a continent hero and an ocean at another spot Hut fortunately for many of iu who loco to measure achievements in dollars and cyiUpolnr romrch has also returned its reward in this way Some ono ProiTodd of Amherst I think has looked into this matter And lias found that the return from minerals anti furs and other materials of wealth discovered in tho Arctic region has been many tinges the cost of every expedition yet sent north Vast quantiUes+o are now being sent down from tho fringe of the Arctic circle in Alasla WJio knows IQW ninny millions of undiscovered gold or other minerals Mill lie hidden beneath tho gronticocap surrounding tho poloV v I J Thoroaelilng of the polo itself will add much to the knowledge qf geography and science whilo the j traversing of the polar basin in search for tho pole will add moreZ flames Or H ONEIL hi 1 n10rO and ajho know who is con for national campaign and in what We know that millions of been collected and presumably have been national campaign and that hundreds of thousands of have been collected for use in fcwacs tL Th ublic howcvert has been kept iftigtin ran of tho identity of close contributors to such fun cro 89 deeply interested in tho outcome qf electrons as to be willing tor so many thousands of dollarsy V We discovered last year that insurance companies whoso policy hold eta certainly were not all to bo found enrolled in ono political had contributed largo sums to ono political organization to iiid in the election of its candidates This could not have happened if the principle of publicity had been applied to tho collection of campaign funds There ore many contributors to campaign funds in each na tional at least who under no circumstances would permit their Wgnames be published and tho which is the beneficiary of the gen erosity of these persons would not dare to publish their names It is evident therefore that there is need of publicity and thcro is no reason why wtf have publicity in this matter titan In the k matter of the identity of tho form erlt raiecocpocattonal kAr 1 r Ivn dare ovareome diflJcultys i u t r c 4 have a right to tributing money a amounts all dollars have spent in n single dollars a r of enormous 8 v spend t party heavy election to party cnnnot ul 0 ITinED OF HIS OWN VOICE AND SO IS THE COUNTRY WANTS NO CHANGE THEODORE ROOSEVELT STANDS WITH THE STAND PATTERS On the Subjects of Tariff Revision and Tariff and Trusts He Counsels Moderation and Conservatism for the Present as the Wisest Course In tho form of a letter to Congress man Watson of Indiana President Roosevelt makes a strong appeal for tho continued control of tho houso of representatives by tho Republican par ty Tho letter dating from Oyster hay August 18 dwells at length upon tho work accomplished by tho fifty ninth oongreM and upon tho Impor tanco of tho work yet to bo accom plished Among tho unfinished mcas urea which ho hopes and believes will bo brought to completion at next winters session ho mentions specifically the bill to lower tho duties nn Im ports from the Philippine islands On tho subject of tariff revision and of tho rotation of tho tariff to tho trusts tboproBldcnt says Wo stand unequivocally for a pro tective tariff and wo feel that tho phenomenal industrial prosperity which wo are now enjoying Is not lightly to be Jeopardized for It would bo to tho last degree foolish to secure hero and there a small benefit at tho cost of general business depression Hut whenever a given rate or schedule becomes evidently disadvantageous to the nation because of the changes which go on from year to year In our conditions and whoro it Is feasible to change this rate or schedule with out too much dislocation of tho aye tem It will be done whllo n general revision of tho rates and schedules will bo undertaken whenever It shall appear to the sober business surse of our people that on tho whole tho ben efits to bo derived from making such changes will outweigh the disadvan tages that Is when tho revision will do more good than harm Let me ndd ono word of caution however Tho question of revising the tariff stands wholly apart from ho question of dealing with the so cnllctdtruststbat lrr with the con trol of monopolies nnd with tho su pervlslon of groat wealth in bust ness especially In corporate form Tho only way In which It Is possible to deal with these trusts and mo nopolies rind this great corporate wealth Is by action along tho lino of tho laws enacted by tho present congress and 14 Immediate predeces sore The cry that tho problem can bo tact b any change In the tariff represents whether consciously or unconsciously an effort to divert the public attention from the only method of taking effective action Sufficiently Radical A forecast of tho attitude which Mr Bryan will assume on tho tariff ap pears In a recent issue of tho Com moner It was proved repeatedly In tho house and senate that American man ufacturers wore selling goods abroad cheaper than at homo and that tho high protective tariff provides shelter to tho trusts white they prey upon tho people nut tho Republican congress refused to give the people relief on mand for tariff revision comes as mand for tariff rovisiolh comes as eh rongly from a considerable portion ol tho rank and file of the Republcan party as It does from members of other parties Promising in Its platforms and through Its stump speakers that the tariff would bo revised by its friends the Republican party through its congress Insisted upon standing pat which phrase was coined by rep resentatives of the trust system and being Interpreted means that tho Re publican party will bo faithful to tho men who provide It with campaign funds We think tho frco trade newspapers of tho enemys country have no cause to worry about Mr Bryans tar iff views Thr will be found sum ciently radical o suit tho most ardent hatein of protection c Pl11 r TRUSTS AND DEMOCRACY Party When In Power Made No Move Against Them Tho Herald is much exercised over tho trusts charges them nil to the tariff even Standard 011 and closes with a dlro threat or prediction that tho Republican party which made tho trusts possible will bo hurled from power by the outraged people Incl dentally it delivers a panegyric on Mr Lincoln tho only troublo being that tho great man was obliged to die beforo any Democrat discovered either greatness or common honesty In tho glorified man nut the writer in tho Herald for got ono thing When tho peoplo over throw the Republican party into what hands will it commit tho destinies of the country Will It be tho Democ racy That Is rather a momentous question Will the 1892 trick bo tried again In that year tho Democracy put in its plank a furious arraignment of the Republican partys record demanded that it should bo utterly overthrown and then tho trusts chipped in and elected their presi dent and both houses of congress Tho results wore somowhat disap pointing The traditional bull In tho china shop was but a suckling calf comparisonTho had four years of It and when It had run a course had trusts boentor sale at two bits apiece they would havo gone begging there was no money loft In the land to make tho purchases Since then the people have fought a litho shy of putting their trust in a party so filled with promises before election so impotent in performances after election The Republicans had passed an antitrust law Just prior to tho great Democratic victory but Mr Clevelands attorney general could see nothing In it Tho trusts were mind readers that year They know In advance that no matter who Mr Cleveland might appoint attorney gen oral ho would bo color blind and would see nothing compelling In the lawSalt Lake City Telegram 1892 1906 Enemies of protection In 1906 are using precisely tho same arguments against tho DIngley tariff that were used against tho McKlnloy tariff in 1892 In spite of tho splendid work being done for labor and production by tho McKinley tariff tho cry was I raised that prices were too high That is tho cry today of free traders tariff reformers and tariff revisionists Then as now tho demand was for free raw materials Well the revised tariff of 1891 provided free raw materials nnd a large part of tho mills and fac tortes that were thus favored either went out of business or went Into bankruptcy The country was given all the advantages of increased for eign competition as a moans of breaking down domestic prices and Idleness ruin disaster and soup houses were the result Again the talk of free raw materials and of in creased foreign competition through reciprocity and tariff revision downward Thirteen years is not a very long time but it is long enough to bring forgetfulness to a largo number of people who ought to know better than to target tho awful consequences of trying to revise protection out ol the tariff Protectionists should pull themselves together and use all pos sible diligence In trying to prevent a recurrence of the awful blunder of 1892 A Typical It is gratifying to note that at least ono Massachusetts tariff tinker Is pre pared to furnish a bill of particulars Congressmen Gardner has thought it all out and has reached tho sapient conclusion that revision must btl practicable So ho names tree hides and frco solo leather Practicable surely from tho customary Massachu setts viewpoint But how about the viewpoint of cattle growing sections which contribute several million votes to the Republican column T What will I they have to say to the Selfish and silly proposition that they shall make sacrifices In behalf of the millionaire shoemakers of Massachusetts Con Krossiaaa Gardner Is absurd I N lr 441 j rSTATE NEWS HAPPENI SJa DANKER SELECTED I As President of Kentucky Christian Missionary Society Louisville ItyTho session of the Christian church convention was presided over by Rev H C Garrison ol Danville and officers were elected as follows B M Arnett a banker of NIcholasvlllo president of tho Chris tlan Missionary society over Rev Ca ry p Morgan of Paris Rev G K Marshall ot Richmond vice president Pruco W Trimble of Sit Sterling sec retary Tho following were chosen to nil vacancies on the State Sunday school board J S Carpenter George L Sohon Joseph Durgo and J S Hil ton all of Louisville The following officers of tho State Sundayschool sc Mety wero elected Humo Logan president J K Bondurant of Padu cah vice president William HInton of second vlco president C E Tate of Stanford third vice president R H Slmpsoa ofLexington secretary Tho convention unanimously adopted a report of the State Bible school commit tee that on tenth of the collections of the Bible schools throughout the state be devoted to support of tho Louisville Christian Orphans home HIS HANDS Streaming With His Playmates Blood SevenYearOld Ran For Doctor Central City Ky Russell Malloy tho fouryearold son of E P Malloy was fatally shot by a rifle in tho hands of sevenyearold William Hanghian son of John Hanghian The boys wero examining tho weapon in a stablo and tried to put It back in the box whore they found It The hammer hit ho side of tho box and the charge struck Mussoll Malloys right side below his neck breaking the collar bone Young Hanghian tried to stop tho blOOd with his hands and falling ran from one office to another for a doctor with the blood of his playmate streaming from his hands Learning that the Malloy boy would die ho tried to cut his throat with a knife saying If Rus sell dies I want to die too The children had boon Inseparable EASTERN SYNDICATE Went Over the Ground for a Proposed Traction Line to Spring Lake Covlngton Ky There aro indica tions that a traction line will be built out of CovIngton as far as Spring Lake along the Kentucky Central railroad and another to Independence tho county seat of Kenton county The Infer nation Is given by a party Interested in tho movement Ho said the surveys had been made for tho two routes As soon as a certain strip of land is se cured those who aro pushing tho scheme will advertise for a franchise The party Interested In tho deal saW he was also certain that the line would extend into Cincinnati SURVIVORS Of the Battle of Franklin Hold aRe e union and Choose Officers Maysvlllo KyA reunion of mom bers of the Sixteenth Kentucky Infantry survivors of the battle of Franklin and the Tenth Kentucky cavalry was held here The following officers were elected President Henry Motcalfe Brooksvllle vlco president Thomas A Jones Rushvllle Ind chaplain Thomas J Wood Nepton historian W W Lynch Maysville treasurer and secretary C C Degman Sprlngdalo and assistant A M January Mays vlllo MaJ A T Wood of MC Sterling spoke The next place of mooting is Maysville September 2G 1907 Negro Sat Beside White Woman Lexington KyA race war came near resulting here when a negro on toting a street car seated himself by tho sldo ot a white woman Tho wom ans husband was sitting on tho oppo alto side and asked the negro to take come other seat when tho negro gave him iin insolent answer A number of whito men sprang at the negro slmul taneously and throw him off tho car Says Rule Is Illegal Frankfort KyW B OConnollJ tho only candidate against John D Che nault for clerk of tho court of appeals has not paid his entrance fee to tho democratic committee The regulations fixed for tho primary require that each candidate shall pay his entrance foe on or before October 1 but OCon non says the rulo is Illegal Not the Same George Fulton KyE A Allen received a telegram from Kansas City that his son George was dead and asking what to do with his body Claude Allen Georges brother and Mr Stovall his uncle went to Kansas City and on see ing the corpse announced It a case of mistaken identity Calls a Primary ML Sterling KyTho democratic legislative committee of tho 19th dis trict met hero and called a primary election for November C to nominate a candidate for representative Tho district only has ono county Mont gomery Killed His Brother Richmond KyMarlon Tudor was shot and Instantly killed it Is charged by his brother Nathan Tudor a farmer near Klrksvlllo Tho killing was said to have beon a result of Insults to Mrs Tudor UT Marion r dy J iilh it To-Ir 4 K I BY A LARGE MAJORITY Kentucky Policy Holders Decide to Support International Ticket Lexington KyA large meeting of tho policy holders of theew York Lifo and tlio Mutual Lifo insurance companies was held In this city Rep rcsontatlvo men from nllparta of Cen i I HenryRsloner delivered an address Ho ad v vocated tho appointment of a commIt tee to confer with the committees ot other states and If necessary visit New York and then report to the Ken tucky policy holders After much dis cussion the meeting decided by a largo majority to support She tickets select t- ed by the International policy holders committee and to recommend that all s t Kentucky policy holder do likewise s A committee of flvo was appointed to i propose plans for permanent organize 1 tion end to report at the meeting to bo held October 12 FORTUNE TELLERI Said His Wife Would Flee and 8ha l Did Lexington News Loxlngon KyA statement made to John W Frederick by a fortune tel ler that his wife would leave him was made good wnen Mrs Jennlo Fred crIck packed her belongings and do parted Previous to her marriage to j Frederick nine weeks ago Mrs Fred erick was Mrs Jennlo Gray a dashing widow with two children hailing from Flcmlngsburg Ky Frederick went to work early this morning as was his custom and as ho was returning for breakfast ho saw his wife and her two children driving rapidly away In a car riage Upon entering the house ho found a goodby noto on tho table He says he is grateful to her for taking tho children with her t KENTUCKY FRIEND rOfVersailles i Versailles KyMrs Elizabeth I GreathousE 87 years old died from injuries received by a fall Mrs Great houso was tho mother of Gen Clarence It Oreathouse consul general to Japan under Cleveland and subsequently con fldontlal adviser to tho emperor ol Korea Mrs Greathouse wont to Seoul to live with her son when past 70 and was treated with distinction She was fitan intimate friend of tho empress ol Korea who was murdered a few years ago When Mrs Greathouses son died tho emperor of Korea sent a high official of his court to accompany hex back to Kentucky To Succeed Glllenwater Burkesvlllo KyProt L N Riche ards principal of tho public school at Gamaliel Monroe county has an nounced lids candidacy for the demo cratlc nomination for state senator from the Nineteenth District to sue ceed T H Glllonwaters tho incum bent I I Two Colonels Fight I Lexington KyCoh Robert AhThornton the wellknown corporation I lawyer and City Assessor John F 1 Doyle engaged In a sensational encoun ter In the assessors office in tho city building but were separated beforo so rlous injury to either r Vreeland Paid His Fee Louisville Ky Hubert Vreeland who has no opposition for tho demo cratic nomination for secretary ot state paid to tile subcommittee in l 111tmncei Owensboro KyGov Beckham caw didato for United States senator spoke J at Calhoun McLean county and Audit tor C W Hager spoke at WhlteavlUa Davless county Gov Dockham ales spoke at Morganfleld To Succeed Cole i d I Burkesvlllo KyJames Hovius ot Adair county has announced his can 1 dldacy for tho republican nomination 1 for representative from the counties ol Cumberland and AdaIr Wm H Coin the present Incumbent will not bo a candidate MrStartsLancaster KyTho first known bet r- on the coming senatorial race in Ken tucky was made here J I Hamilton 1 politician and attorney made a bet ol 7 tY 200 that Gov Beckham would defeat Senator Janice McCreary t- All j Men OuttSomerset KyA general strike WIlt inaugurated at the Q R C shops hert all men and their helpers going out More wages and shorter hours It It yh said aro demanded It Is reportede 1 that eight engines In tho roundhouse wore dismantled by tho strikers Clarke Must Serve Term 1rjI Newport KyTho mandate of tht court of appeals In tho case of thl commonwealth vs Jake Clarke whe rwas found guilty of having assaulted Bessie Hosklns 10 la that ho must servo the sentence of ton years In the penitentiary Not Pughs Candidate 1 Covington KyI am not Jot Pushs candidate for senator said It y r Gy Williams At no time did Pugh ask me to run nor did I cysttYr 1 have any talk with lam relative to ea terlng the raceI y tiXlift r r I NT i 1 ii kr J tr I I 00000000000000000000000000 East Kentucky Correspondence 5 News You Get Nowhere Else ioI 0 Ha tomipoBieset poblhhed Mete tlftrt la fntt by the writer The home 0 sosososososososososososososososososososososossoeososo Do you get your Oiti zen every week P 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 re ceived 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 went to know it and find out why SPEAKING TOUIL thePrWenteudPresident Frost and Mrs Frost accompanied part of the time by Prof Dlnsmore are to visit a number ol places In October At each place Mrs Frost will speak especially to parents and ladles are particularly Invited to be presentSt ens Leo Co Thursday Oct I Night Jetts Creek llreathllt Co Friday Oct 5 Evening and night Jackson Saturday Oct C At Court House 2 p m Jackson Sunday October 7j Preaching day and night Hunting Creek Monday Oct 8 P M and night Lost Creek Tuesday Oct 9 P M and night Motith of Buckliorn Wednes day Oct 10 P M and night Mouth of Ball Creek Thurs day Oct 11 P M and night Dwarf Friday Oct 12 P M and night Hlneman Saturday Oct 13 t Court House 2 p m Hlneman Sunday Oct 14 Preaching day and night Carrs Fork Church House Monday Oct 14 PI and night Rockhouse Colson Post Ulce Tuesday Oct 1C P M and nightWhltesburg Wednesday Oct i 17 P 11 and night Mouth of Rockhonse Thursday Oct 18 P M and night Cornettsvllle Friday Oct 19 R M and night Viper Saturday October 20 A M and P M Hazard Sunday October 21 I Preaching day and night Avawam Monday October 22 P M and night Mouth of Oatsbln TuesdayOct 23 P M and night Hyden Wednesday Oct 24 P M and night Manchester Saturday Oct 24 i P M and night i Burning Springs Sunday Oct 28 Preaching day and night j IMADISOft COUNTY PLAINSI r Sept 21Ida Maupin was the over Wednesday of the Misses spendingIStationJoo Maupin and wife of I Kingston were the guests last Saturday of Curt Kelly ou Silver t CreekMrs Powell and daughter I Mary attended Childrens Day at Pilot Knob Harrison Kinnard has had his residence newly painted Mrs Dinah Johnson Cora Evans and Ida Maupin spent Tuesday of last weelqwitu the Misses Johnson JohnI Johnson bas a new barn under construction Farmers in this loc f ality have begun to make their j sorghum molassesPleas Evans has 1returned from the mountains with some cattle Eli Cornelison Jr t f threshed J W Herndens wheat last 4h week John Goodrichs house 1Is i nearingcompletion DltKYFUft Oct lWe had a splendid rain on Saturday night and Sunday J C Powell made a business trip to Rich mond SaturdayMrs Fred Lakes of Red Lick was lit Dreyfus shopping on last Friday Ueulah Hubbies who has had typhoid fever for so long is able to be out ugnluW B Baker was In Berea Wednesday Mrs Sallle Johnson and Evert Jones attended the show at Richmond rlday11I11 J K Sandlln and Mrs Oeo Sparks I visited Mrs Ellen Powell Saturday Sallie Y lIng returned home from n visit to her sister in Ohio and was ac companied by Mrs John JonesDan and flunk Sandlln of Station Camp visited relatives hero Saturday and MrsiBenge of Hugh visited her daughter Mrs Luther Klmherlaln last week r Mrs Maggie Lain visited her sister Mrs Tilda Lain last Sntuvday night ESTILL COUNTY WAOKIWVIMK Oct 2Grnee Wagers gave the nlgbtjMrs Jonah Wagers and son Hume t left Monday for Cincinnati 0 where they will spend the week in buying goods Maude Turner attended party at Grace Wagers ast SaturI 01A0 I day night Mrs Jeff Wjigers nnd her daughterinlaw Mrs J S Wagers were the guests of Mr and Mrs G Warlord last Friday There was considerable rise in Station Camp Creek Sunday Several men of this place attended Court at Richmpud on last Monday Born to Mr and Mrs Archie WnRora Sept 21 a girl chris toned Mary Edith Mrs Wm hardy Is confined to her bed with fever Robert Wagers Is on the sick list Owen the little son of Mr and Mrs Joe Warford Is qullo slckHlmm Richardson of Red Lick died of ty phoid fever last Saturday night at tin hpme of his parents Mr and Mrs Walter Richardson Time bereaved fam ily have the sympathy of tho entire I community M Minter who has been a resilient of the county for sev oral years moving from Owsloy county left with his family Tuesday for Prrkln Okla where ho has purchas ed a fine farm Mr Mlnlors remov al causes Estill to lose another Rood citizen JACKSON COUNTY ALCUKN Oct IUain Ruin Rain and as- a consequence the folder generally speaking is all ruined and considerable I sickness exists througout the neighborhood Rov A J Burvillo has been holding a series of meetinira at Blantons Flat during past wi with a good nUcuJI and great interest manifested The mootingtvidl continue this week and probably longer We hope it will bo a micros and that much and lusting good may bo aceouipliHhud Goo Plorry nml family visitetUWP Terry Saturday and SundayS II Fox passed hero yesterday on his way to Dr J F Schrivners Joseph Carpenter of Kerby Knob and three of his fox hounds visited II Lucky Durham Saturday nightDr L W Harrison is now being kept quito busy visiting his patients There is some talk of changing tho Jackson County Bank n branch of tho Boron Bank to sopa rate State Bank and adding n few more stock holders A II Williams will go to Louisville next week to buy his fall and winter stock of goods Cinda Dahl visited Mina Alcorn nUll Binda Davis Saturday night nnd Sunday Minn Alcorn is still staying with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs A II Williams She con templates clerking in the store for them next yoerlone to tho wife of Herman Durham lust Tuesday ngiht it girlMnl Murllin JohiiKon in still nt Mr Herman Durhams neap HOUK Oct IThe rain keeps up no that the farmers cant take care of their rudderI T Ahnrn went to Jinks to work on u house for P G Logs tonMr and Mrs lllge Wilson went to Station Camp Monday looking for a location They cjntemplate moving toonA C Alcoru wont to Rices Station Tuesday on business Parties wore plentiful last week Where Is ont most every night somewhere near Turner Kelly went to Station Camp MonilllY to see his fatherinlaw who is very sick Mr Kelly reports that he will have to bp taken to Rich mond to be operated onP G Logs don has sold a big bunch of ties to W L RlceC C Carroll left for Sturgeon Tuesday Squire Clark and wife left for home Tuosday They had been visiting friends and relatives at this placeM D Carroll returned front Horse Lick Saturday A M Lyttle returned from Richmond Saturday where he has been on bus ness Marlon Collins was the guest of Turner Kelly Friday N J Coyle of Foxtown was at this place on busi ness Wednesday Some hero are talk Ing of moving to Hamilton We advise them to get return tickets when they start Letter to Drip Hock rout Rev K A Unit t Shirley Ind Sept 18 Dear Friends While on an extend ed tour to Drip Rock Ky I became a subscriber to The Citizen and thought it would be nice as I have so many friends and relatives near Drip Rock to write to them thru the Cit izen I um glad to say we got home illrlght and received many fond greet ings and glad hearts welcomed us to our home They immediately called me to be pastor of the First Baptist Church of Shirley Ind and It is moving along fairly well with a good attendance and a nice Sunday school Pray for me that I may ever be ready to sayI can do all things thru Christ which strengthened ma There Is also a lasting memory In our minds and hearts of the good meetings we attended in time Drip Rock country We trust the Lord for the Increase Thanking you again for your kind ness to me while with you I remain Truly yours E A BALL J NANII OA1 Sept 24Many attended church at this place Sunday Aunt Jane Durham left Friday to visit her children- at Hamilton and Princeton OlIrsSalllo Wllkcrson and husband of PoInt Lick are visiting Mrs Wllker sons mother Mrs Norvle of this ilace Jessie Durham Is on the sick 1st Dlllard Durham and family vis Ited his stepmother Sophlna Dur ham Saturday night Tho Kerby brothers Charles and George are doing woodwork for J R Durham George says he dares any carpenter In the state to do better work than heThe atKerbyday of last week Many were pres ent and seemed to enjoy themselves and to take part in the ninny enter TheNoedmoroI t vac = will be held at this place Friday and Saturday before tho third Sunday or next month Among those who attended church hero Sunday was Prol Lacking of Wind Cave Hit many warm friends were pleased to see him Following Is the program of the Teachers Association to be held at Pine Grove on the last Saturday or this month Devotional Exercises Emery Amyx Welcome Address Gee Sparks Response Dora McWhorter Address Superintendent II F Minter What Are tho Relations of Parents and Teachers Ajmu Powell How to Teach Physiology J M An derson How to Teach Reading J B Farmer Recitation Fannie Moy ers Song Hall Columbia by the audience What place liuve Songs Poetry and Scripture In Modern Traits Ing Patty Mayers Essay All That Glltlora Is Not Gold Alllc Sharks What Influence have the Teachers Manner and Habits upon the School James McDowell Music In the Public Schools James Durham Value of Neatness Ollie Hutfleld Rocltatii n Laura Hat field When I Wont Curtlng George Sparks Cur rent events J R Durham What Is a Od Citizen Jako Hubbard Lect tire on Temperance George Sparks Closing Song Hurry Up Basket dinnerROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCK 1tllil Sept 2iltev J N Cullon of IUch mond was hero last Tuesday buying apples Flora Vlars visited Berllo and Bernice Todd Sunday Mr and Mrs Llnvlllo visited Mr and Mrs J E McGuIre SundayMiss Nora Llnvillo visited Miss Mattie McGuIre Saturday ofCartersIleW H Stephens visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday J C Hull en called an J J Martins boys Sunday evening W T Llnvlllo went to area Monday on business Vlrgla vne visited Kate Lake Friday night anti Saturda Ida McCollum who hia been visiting Mrs S Stephens of this place visited homo folks near to Bores Saturday and Sunday LEE COUNTY ii1ElXN Oct 1Maud Stewart has returned to her homo at Evelyn Jet after u weeks visit to her sister Mrs Tom Kelly Lucien Smith and wife visited relatives on Sturgeon Creelt Sat urday nnd Sunday Leo Congleton General Manager of the firm of Cong lout k Williams Bros came from his camps on flosses Creek today in specting the conveyor that Is being built across the Kentucky river to convey logs liimlwr and ties over Lucien Smith Is visiting relatives In Heidelberg this weekJ M Cain of this place went to Irvine on business today Chas Williams of Spotwood Spur has moved to thla place and will occupy tho house recently occupied by Ginger Blue Lucien Smith the agent anti operator for the L cII N Ky will move Into his new house next week There was great cxclt ment In town last Friday over the queer whistle of tho new stave mill lust put In operation Some declared It was u lion from Robertsons show About fifteen toot shouldered arms 4iid went scuutlne In milsuit of It CLAY COUNTY IIIIIlMNO MIUINtiS Sept HJohll Maupin and Ezekiel llubbnrd of Burning Springs left last Sunday for Cincinnati They will be employed in tho caryard IH the Cinclri nail Union Depot loading baggage on passenger cars Mary L Thompson of Laurel Creek and Willie Race Df Hnrlsn were married Saturday Sep tember 22 Their many friends wish them a long and happy llfeMiss llaagcn one of tho teachers of Burn ing Springs Is preparing to give a reception Tuesday evening Septem her 25 A good time is expected Thu lady guests from Burning Springs are Nancy K Brock Elsie and May Duck uer Lilly C Baker and Lucy C Raw lings The school Is progressing very nicely and an Interesting program Is expected from Miss Haagens room at the exhibition Bud Morgan and Elijah Hosklns of Leslie county have come to Burning Springs to go to the school there Mrs Mary Murray and eldest son visited friends and relatives on Sextons Creek Sunday They re ported a very pleasant time Mae Juckner is planning to start to Oklahoma In a week or two Her host of friends wish her a pleasant journey Lilly Baker of Burning Springs was the guest of Abby LunsforU Saturday and Sunday Sarah Hornsby has returned from Laurel Creek She says she had a delightful vacation Sev eral new students have entered school and there are bright prospects for nore Harrison Thompson Is In the school again after a two weeks ab senceJohn D Rawllnga has not re turned home yet Mrs Jessie Mag gard was a welcome visitor at Prof Brocks Sunday evening Prof and Mrs Brock had a pleasant sixmile drive around the Horn Sunday even- Ing Irulliuu County TViichnV Auoclutlou The following is the program of the Madison County Teachers Association to be held at the Glade Church near Berea Saturday Oct C at 130 p m Association called to order by the Vice President Devotional Exercises Address Superintendent Nolan Moral Training In Public Schools Mrs W J Blanton School Visitors Mrs LII lie McWhorter Mrs Moore Reclta ion Miss Bettlo Lewis Address Prof Lewis The Teachers Rewards Miss Amelia McWhorter J Lettle Gay Recitation Miss Alice Trearfway The Mothers Part Miss Ettle Gay The Drawbacks of the Public School AbneyIsthe Teacher Miss Etta Gilbert Ad dress Tutor Seale Wo hope to havo Mr and Mrs W C Gamble with us to furnish music Patrons as well as teachers are cordIally Invited J W Stephens now coal bin Is- lopen and filled with all grades of Prices reasonable healthyTonIc Drink Wninaootts Pop 0 1 ooooooeooooooi Eighth Kentucky o o History 0 S OAliThrilling Story ot the Pun this 0 lent Regiment took in the Cltll Rat- OSQSOSosososososososososoe CHAPTER X Continued About this time Surgeon Morton was assigned to our camp Tho 1st of May tho officers of the Eighth Organized themselves Into n class fur the stud f Caseys rue tics Ono hour each day was spent in school recltatlom but the various duties of the officers seriously Inter fered with regular attendance In about three weeks our studies were as before principally confined to private study The 25th of May our men were very much pleased at being ordered to turn In the old Springfield muskets and re ceive therefor the Enfield rifles tho arms they had long desired Two days later we thought we would soon get to try their efficiency at flesh nnd blood as General Husecnuis Is sued an order for all the troops to have five days rations constantly on hand especially as Captain HragRs forces began to show hostile demonstrations about Wart rare nnd Hoovers GapDuring our lung stay hero wo had many reviews and Inspections by the brigade Inspectors besides our regu lar Sunday morning Company Inspec tion The third week In May we had no less than three f these as the boys called them troublesome par ades where k1 were packed and repacked the entire contents of the soldiers scant wardrobe to the smallest article viewed and reviewed Some of the men having overdrawn regulation value of clothing for tho First year now began to economise and many could not parade more than one well worn clean shirt After tho regular Sunday Inspection the first Sunday In May Servant Wood pros ented himself at if ent and Inquir ed If there would bu any issue of clothing soon Ho wiut asked why Well Capn that hlrt of mlno has been viewed KO often lately and old Captain Wood loked so Infernal contemptuous tho other tiny when ho asked me It that WAS all the underwear I had and yeti vere good enough not to say anything this morning I want to get a new shirt Just to plcaso jiy namesake us lunpectlons appear to be Increasing Ono fellow In Com any A got thunder from this division Inspector the other Uy Just because ho had only one pr I of socks In his knapsack Set mt down cajitalu tin Jerwear About this tlmo Lieutenant Colonel Mayhew ordered that the man who could show the cleanest gun md equipage at weekly Inspection should have a tree liars for one week within the picket lines There WAS much Interest manifested and much labor expended In polishing anus At dress parade the 13th the adjutant read the lieutenant colonels order That Corporal Wm Smith Company D be excused from all duty and have a tree pass for five days This In creased the number of aspirants for the brightest gun and gave rise ui IIn amusing Incident In Company H Dubln Spikes noted for standing tiro least time and labor on washing clothes and rubbing his gun now bc suue equally ititeresled In the van lUll materials used In ollahlng guns At supper he said lush boys whist does Conner and Smith and these other fellows put on their guns to keep cm bright One of his com nudes with much secrecy Informed him that It was nothing else but bean Juice At the expense of his stomach Dobln gave his musket- a good coot and as the Inside was not the brightest ho also filled It up and set It away fur the night Early next morning the orderly notified Dobln to get ready for picket In his hurry about breakfast he gathered his gun hastily rubbed ort the thick mixture of dissolved beans and grease and salt and forgot all stout the contents of the barrel until In- line and the udjutn nt gave the com mand Spring rammers Dobln In his great dilemma exclaimed Good God mines full of bean soup Doblu Spikes was ordered to be put on extra duty for appearing at guard uountlfag with his gun unserviceable and spent the greater part of the day extracting bean soup from the rusty bore of his prize gun The 1st day of June First Lieuten ant Qualm Company D Lieutenant Cetchlna Company A Lieutenant Smallwood Company K Lieutenant tartln Company I and Lieutenant Wright Company II all received commissions as captains of their respect No companies captains Jamison Thomas McDaniel and Vlnbourn haying resigned and Captain Mayhew having been promuttd to the position or lieutenant colonel The second lieutenants and first sergeants of those companies also received promotions at the same time to fill vacancies occasioned by these new captains The marriage supper at our sutler on this occasion was a lively and ex pensive It not an extensive affair The majority of the Twentyfirst Ken tucky officers were present The ICth June General VanCIeves ItvUion Including the Eighth formed Into three Idess of a hollow square and witnessed tho execution of a do enter from the Ninth Kentucky named Minx It was a std and shocking scene causing a soldier to feel different from witnessing a true bravo comrade falling In battle This was the first and I am proud to say the last military execution wo witnessed The 18th the division was reviewed by General llosecraus The same day Colonel Barnes put oir brigade thru- a two hours knapsack drillnot a pleasant recreation In hot weather at least that was this aeral verdict of the Eighth boys The sentence of Curt martial that AdjutlU1tParkswas To wear a ball and chain In EIghthKentucky feltthogood natured light minded offender should have felt and when the smith nearlyeveryTee with him as being made an example of At last by great diligence and en InbringIngland up to Us best possible condition Continued Next Week r W IQKKKKKKKkKKkkkttkkkkKKKkKkkt tKKkKatkkKKKKK rrrrrrkKKK 2 I A NEW BOOK ITheMountain People ofKentucky I I RELATING THE TRUE HISTORY AND J S PRESENT CONDITIONS OF THE t MOUNTAIN PEOPLE j j I 6 a II II 0104 i I WRITE In us your n4 Ws In ess C ao r I This Is tho first known account ot the Mountain Pcoplo ivir imbllshed u Mountain Man Win II Hunoy y the author was born and raised In g county Ky lusted front time Normal Department of Uerea Col jj loge and speaks with authority on chosen 3S- He plan divided the biuk ten chapters entitled as follows Who 3 They Are U Con dltlons Feuds Iiulimi The Public School Seoiiiiliitv Edu SIIration Polities 1111 Out ouch one ot which Is ably dls1t cussed 2 1000 Copies twill In font weeks t livery Loyal KcnlimkUii Should s Head This llook tr E v vhandsomelyPRICE J50 POSTPAID 1b FOR SAUl BY I WILLIAM H HANEY S t CARE OF THE CITIZEN BEREA KENTUCKY kiti1111t71AAA11 717gi17171AAA1ri111i111ifCIeI1lA SIAN 4a411 if Al1irA AA aAAA +tQ PUBLIC SALE OF TIMBER LAND will at Public Salo at tbo premises two miles southwest of Beroa on the head quarters of Brushy Fork Creek on SATURDAY OCTOBER 1906 at 2 oclock p in tract of laud containing 60 acres of timber land County road through said land Abraham Weaver who lives near Flat Gap will show the land to any party desiring to see same Terms made known on day of sale W L TODDiU P PRUETT Auctioneer Paint Lick lay- ooKokokororakoroYohorororororororokorokororokor Ticketso I I via Rock Island TO COLORADO IrK Very low round trip rates nil summer Special reductions o September 23 to 20 inclusive K TO CALIFORNIA o x o Very low round trip 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