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I ooc President Office X ooeow VIII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 1000 One Dollar u Year NO 17 The publishers of Tho Citizen wls hto their sincere tlmnks to the publishers of the Boron News for their courtoHy in allowing tho use of their press for tho printing of The Citizen tho lout two wooks while tho presn used for The Citizen was broken IDEAS Who is the happiest maul The one who knows bow to appreciate the service of another anti to rejoice in the pleasure of another Goethe Hnrliiu limit in Jitrkxm County Iroin ItMtera Kentucky Comtjxjndcnce Riley Platchor is the guest of Miss Sarah Juno about four nights out of the week and has lost HO much loop ho does not know when the sun rises Some time ago Jom Allwhoat a young man of eighteen went to visit his Chnrlcw Allwheat and while on his way ho got into an old boat and pushed it off from tho shorn when presently tho boat began toI Inkand as Jon could neither pad Ile or swim ho began to holler 0 maul 01 man when Moses came to his rescue nod liolpod him out Jew says ho will never got into an other boat unless there is some one with him who can paddle or swim FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Russian government has corn pleted arrangements to sell a 1tLtd- tCll of land to the lusaminu at very low price and on very easy terms Tho prlco an aero and paymentsthn ayi boo the made thru n period of tIny years Meetings of constitutional dem crats In SL Potcratiurir and Moscow which have been prohibited are again allowed In such a meeting held In St IetenbnrK Oct 1 Prof Mllukotf who was spoken of for premier some lime ago was ulocted president of tho mooting Cub Is now under the government of the United Stated nRaln and man likely It would be better for tbo peace and commercial prosperity of the tol remain under United goodStatesreasons why we I solfKOvernmcnt at tho earliest oppor mealy The of Kurope do not make warlo tree other nations they fight to conquer and annex other you Ilft alwayaor would the count tell ries they conquer to belong to the than to belong to other countries o even be Independent And this may often be true nut It doesnt that kind of annexation right lit ma be that I could make much better use of the tendollarbill you have In you pocket than you can but that doe make It right for mo to help myself to your money It will be a very sid thins for the United States and tho world It our nation gets tile reputa tion or the habit of laying Its hands forcibly on other countries big or little and annexing them And Cuba has not had a fair chance to try Independence and selfgovern ment She has had a bad start with wanpracticallyeput Into president office by Mho the United States and who used nil the dirty political tricks ho had beret to keep himself there Lot Cub have another and better show King Iieopold of nolglum has soldI out hU rubber Interests In tho State to tho United States Rubber Co That ought to mean the stopping o the horrors that have been going on I thero for many oal1lbul will It United States business men ore Just as greedy as old King Leopold Let us lee that both sentiment and law compel them to bo at least reasonably kind and Just among the despairing rubbergatherers of the Congo IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Hearst and Hughes and Bryan are names very common In the newspa pers now Henry Wntterson says that Hearst Is no democrat nnd tho socall ed democratic convention which nomi nated him was a bogus ono Intimates that If ho was In Now York at tho next election he would vote for Hughes the republican candidate for he suspects Hughes of having a con eclcnce and feels that In case his sus picions see correct Hughes would be a better democrat than Hearst Col Wattcrson also thinks that If Hearst should be elected governor of Now tork he would make a strong com t petitor for Bryan In 1908 But not all democrats agree with the Kentucky colonel Some of them regard the opposition to graft to rot tenness In big coroorattons and to the strangling of competition by trust as good democratic principle and Mr Hearst Is a leader In this lino of work Hearst Is a selfish leader he Is work- Ing for Hearsts fame at least as much as his countrys good But his fume depends on his leading the fight against plutocracy and bad politics If It shall once be proved that ho has betrayed that cause his hope of loadei ship and fame Is gone Therefore say some citizens who stand for honesty and progress should voto for him But Hughes Is also a man who has- tmade a record as an opponent of mil lionaire robbers and graft Ho Is the lawyer who started and carried on tho Insurance Inveetlcatlons which uncov ered such a stench In tho business methods of certain big Now York corporations That Is what makes Wattoreon hope ho has n conscience But Hughes Is part of the New York republican machine and It Is n ques tlon how free ho would be to carryout reforms In that state and certain that he would be much more hamper ed than Hearst President Roosevelt evidently approves of Hughes and will send Secretaries Root and Shaw to take part In tho campaign And that brings us to the SOSO5OsoiososososoeososososoTHE CITIZENoeosOMoeo5oeoSOMoioroor I IVOL Veryawed ABOUT THE TARIFF The Democratic principle of tariff for revenue onlywould probably be the right one if all business in the world was just as it should be But it is foolish to refuse to see how things really are These are a few facts If the tariff on imports was suddenly removed in a wholesale way many large industries would stop work and thousands of men would be thrown out of employ ment Then the waged of the rest would falL the prices of clothingand of wheat and corn and cotton WOUld fall banks would fail and hard times would be here Democrats who are real statesmen know this as well as Republicans and no Democratic Congress would dare to re move the protective tariff in a wholesale way The tariff is not entirely right however even for present conditions It piotects many things that needno protection and makes immense fortunes for big rascals at the expense of the common people Democrats and Republicans both know this But you and I do not know just how the tariff ough to be fixed neither does the average politician The politi cians keep talking to us about the tariff to muddle US and keep us from thinking whether they are hones and good men or not What is the issue in politics It is Shall we elect honest and wise men or bad and incapable men to office I f we had a Congress full of honest and wise men we could safely leave the tariff business for then disohonest Congress COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY For New York Insurance companies are doing quite n business In this state Ono of the largest of them the hasyfor Its representative and manager In this state for many years There will soon be an election of trustees of titInsurance company The present of ficers have present a tlrkrt of the trustees who will keen theta In office They have sent orders to thtlr mana gers that they must actively work for tills ticket or be flrstl To make the story short Colonel Hlndman Is ono of n number ofelrlsle managers who have boon dismissed Henry It Irowltt Insurance Commlwilontr ot inr tills skate whtoit are writ metlHXJs byMutual Life In conic to Frankfort and ont and on next Monday Is to Justify Isle sets and methods In Frankfort be tore Commissioner Prewltt oJ oJ IIIIdN SIIltVIICcluII Krrp Hm lbman the Inrni I 111 Ailllrr Falling to understand the needs of the hour or to appreciate the moral to which we point what fortune raiurt await ulIT Within twenty years 116 000000 people and before the middle mustaroom within tho United States Whore are they to live What are they lo doT fly that time our mineral resources oxhaustO4fmust fall Into a minor place By that time It Is apparent that our dream of conquest of world markets will be n burtr11 bubble Harold Bolce has demonstrated that tho people of tile Orient tho hundreds of millions of Japan nnd China with their Imitative quality their proved ability to operate modern machinery and to create It In their own workshops after once us Ing It their enormous supply of coal and Iron their limitless cheap labor and their patience like that of Fate are prepared to control the markets of tho future They must control as against the policy which hRS estab lisped domestic conditions In manu facturing business on lines which nuke production so expensive am offal that we could not hope to moot the mechanic of Germany on even terms and must rotlro before tho despised Chinaman It Is a mathematical fact that within twenty years under pres ent conditions our wheat crop will not bo sufficient for homo consump ion and seed without leaving a bush el for export Will those coming millions go Into the factories But tho where can we expect to sell shop pro ducts In a world of competition and who will furnish tho payrolls All Industry stops when these arc not forthcoming That la tho dead wall against which England stands dismayed Let us be warned In time every side there Is menace If national activity be not reorganized on the bas- Is of the oldfashioned common sense The safety valve for older people has i been found In emigration Their very relief has contributed to our danger The United States cannot follow their example U Is against the genius of our people and besides the circle of he northern hemisphere Is closed A home tho problem must bo worked out sad Its terms havo been clearly stat edThe conclusion reached points out and emphasizes a national duty BO Im minent and so Imperative that It should take precedence of all else It Is tho too that has overthrown civilizations as proud as prosperous nnd far moro strongly fortified than our own Nothing can stop tho onward thCYJopell Hindltlons of overcrowding and artifi cial standards and food and employment inadequate to the national needs sad so be In danger of destroying the mly temple once roared with tlu highest hopes that ever animated hu inanity Which Is It to be If we are to walk safely In the way of wisdom there Is much to be done It Is time to begin Thero must be first a return to conservative and economic methods a readjustment ol national Ideas such as to jjlaco agrl vulture and Its claims to the beet In telligence and the highest skill that the country affords In the very fore front There must bo a national re volt against the worship of manufact ure and trade as the only forms o progrettlve aatlvliv and the false not Ion that wealth built upon these at the nerifte of the fundamental form of wealth production can endure clear recognition on tho part of Ur whole people from the highest to th lowest that the tillage of tho soil Is the natural and most desirable ortu patton for man to which every other Is subsidiary and to which all else In the end mutt yield Is tho first requisite Then there will be a check administered to the city movement that lowered the percentage of agrlcul o tural labor to tho whole body of per occupations1ftto 377 In 1S90 and 367 In 1900 WI public Interest firmly fixed upon the future of tho country In mere self preservation we must give serious at tendon to the practical occupation o placinTHE END SKKN IN Till MOUNTAINS rrnlilriit IroM In Lre and llmttliltt President anti Mrs Frost were at St Helens Leo county Oct 4 nnd greeted by nn immense audience Time Odd Fellows adjourned Ihelr meeting on tbnt night to attend Tho President spoke upon the future of tho mountain region its need o good schools nnd good roads and gave the young people nn outline of the Ladder of Success St Helens is n beautiful county town free from saloons and has a good twostory school house n good church house open for the use of oil Christian people nnd maintains a un- Ion Sunday School nnd occasional singing schools Tho School is in charge of Tyree assisted by W 0 Bradley a Derea student who belongs to tho regiment nnd comes back next winter term bringing some of pupilsGchildren were iu Huron some years ago lives near St Helens nnd hopes they can return to school Hettio Grifliu is now working in Ohio whore her brother Edgar has been employedalso Mr Charles D Tyler who is nt tho head of tho Sunday School work of Leo county lives at St Helens iind his iuilueuco will be a blessing to hundreds of children On Oct 5 the President and his party passed through Tnllega and Athol to Jetts Creek in Bronthitt Co where they were greeted by runny Berea students staying at the homo of Squire Isaac Terry and peaking in tho School House oven ing nnd night W K Terry time Postmaster is n Berea student and will be back next winter On Sunday the 7th President Frost iroaohed nt Jackson in tho morning- at the Disciple church and at night at a union service in the Presbyter an church Monday he addressed a great audience in the Court House Chief Contentsof This Number IAQK UNK titeni From the Wide World In Our Own Counlr- 71lltorlnlThe TartS uiiiiiiunwenllii of Kentucky Kfcep the llujrn on the Farm by J J IIIII Ircaldent Fruit In tlie Mountains the Editor1 Column PACE TWO Poem Tlie EnterprlatBerlnlThe VAQK Tl IK Hi Tnke Notlre force andPlchilty- Colleaa items Latent Market IlepurU PAGE FOUR Comments TnllliR nt Great Kttntei Temperance Notefe Children Department IAt1E FIVK karen and Garden Political Talk PAGE SIX The lIme nlaht of Children by Ilr- Thornton The BchnolLowU1 Practical Arithmetic The Form Why Farmer Should Now Cow 1ia hy Prof Jliuun Eighth Kentucky IjUtory Cuban New FADE SKVKN- lliHMevelt on Public Ownenhlp New trout Everywhere ItecentSlatexes PAOKKIOIIT Prrtltlent Front Tour The Future of the Mountain Eastern Kentucky Currviponilrnre Ohio Newt- ytudanl Journal To Tell the Truth It does cost a good deal more than one dollar a year to print the Citizen tnclsend it to a subscribor The lady who wrote us n few days ago The Citizen is a paper which I consider of unusual value for tho price charg ed made a good estimate Ifmuch of the work of preparing the paper for its readers were not given with out 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GRAFTERS 7J- yfRANCI5 LYNDB iX BjTlchtMM by Tbs BobbtJUrrlll Coj CHAPTER XIV COXXIXUXD Ho did It and in further obedience opened the thin quarto at the map ot the United States There were heavy black lines Caked In with a pen tracI- ng out the various ramifications of n great railway system The nucleus of the system lay In the middle west but there was a growing network of the black lines reaching out toward the Pacific And connecting the trans Mississippi network with the western was a broad red lino paralleling the Trans Western railway She smiled at his sudden start of comprehensionDo to suspect things the asked He nodded his head You ought to be a man If you were I should never give you a mo ments peace until you consented to take a partnership with me Its as plain as Is it then I wish you would make it appear so to me I am not halt as subtle as you give me credit for being Yet you worked this out That was easy enough after I had seen Mrll Drentwooda letter and yours from Mr Hunnlcott The Plant agould people want your railroad and the receivership la a part of a plan for acquiring it But why Is MaJ Guilford spending so much money for improve ments t- His reasoza are not far to seek now that yon have shown me where to look Ills Instructions are to run the stock down so that the Planta gould can btty it In Cut rates and big expenditures will do thathave done it On the other band it is doubtless a condition of the deal that the road shall be turned over whole as to Its property values there Is to be no wrecking In the general accept ance ot the word The Plantagould Doesnt want a picked skeleton Miss Portias eyes narrowed Its a skillful bit ot engineering Isnt Itr she said Youd admire it as artistic work yourself If your point of view were not so hopelessly per sonal You dont know halt the artistic skill of it yet he went on Besides all these different ends that are being conserved the gang Is taking care of Its surplus healers on the payrolls of the company More than that it is making Immense political capital for itself Everybody knows what the policy of the road was under the old regime All the tariff the traffic will stand nut now a Bucks man has hold of It and liberality is the word Every man In TransWestern territory Is swearing by Bucks and Guilford Ah my dear friend his excellency the governor it a truly great maul She nodded Ive been trying to impress you with that fact all along The mistake you made wan In not joining his party early in the campaign David But Kent was following out his own line of thought and putting it in words as It came Think of the brainwork it took to bring nil those things into line There was no hitch no slip and nothing was overlooked They picked their tile end it was a moment when we were absolutely helpless I had filed our charter but our local organiza tion was still Incomplete They had their judge and the needful case In his court pending nod ready for use at the precise moment They had Hawk on tho ground armed and equipped and they knew that unless a miracle Intervened they would have nobody but an unprepared local attor ney to obstruct them Is that all r she asked No The finest bit of sculpture Is on tho capstone of tho pyramid Since wo have had no hearing on the merits Guilford is only a temporary receiver subject to discharge if tho allegations in Hawks amended petition are not sustained After tho major has suf ficiently smasbrd the stock Judge MacFarlane will come back the hear ing on Uio melts will be given we shall doubtless make our point and the road will revert to the stock holders But ty that time enough at the stock will have changed hands on the wreck price to put the Planta gould people safely In the saddle and the froezcout will be a tact accom J11ah1d Ins Van Brock drew a long breath that was more thaa half a sigh You spoke the simple truth David when you said that his excellency la a great man It seems utterly hopeless now that we have cleared up all the little mysteries Kent rose to take his leave No that Is where they all go out and I stay In he said cheerfully The shrewder he is the more credit there wilt be In making him let go And you mark my words I am going to make him let go Good night CHAPTER XV TIlE JUNKETER When Receiver Guilford took pos session of the properties appurte nances and appendages of the sequestered TransWestern railway one of the luxuries to which he fell heir was private car Naughtseven a com modious hotel on wheels originally used as the directors car of the Western Pacific and later taken over by Loring to be put in commission as tho general managers special- In the hands of a friendly receiver this car became a boon to the capitol contingent Its observation platform served as a shifting rostrum from which a deepchested executive or a mellifluous Hawk often addressed admiring crowds at way stations and Its dining saloon was the moving scene of many little relaxatlve feasts at which pricelessIof the organization unbent each after his kind But to the men of the throttle and oil can car Naughtseven In the gift of a hospital receiver shortly became a nightmare Like most private cars It was heavier than the heaviest Pull DO YOU BEGIN TO SUSPECT THINGS SHE ASKED man and the engineer who was con strained to haul it like a dragging an chor at the tall end ot a fast train was prone to say words not to be found in any vocabulary known to respectable philologistsIt tho evening of a wind blown day a week after Kents visit to Gaston that Engineer Red Calla hall oiling around for the allnight run with the Flyer on the western di vision heard above the din and clamor of Union station noises the sullen thump betokening the addition of an other car to his train Now fwhat the dlvvle will that be ho rasped pausing torch In hand to apostrophize his fireman The answer came up out of the shadows to the rear on the lips of MTosh the trainmaster You have the Naughtseven to night Callahan and a pretty severe head wind Can you make your time Havent thlm bloody fools In the uptown office anything betther to do than to tic that slvlntyton ballan chain to my leg such a night as this This is not what Callahan said it is merely a printable paraphrase of his rejoinderMTosh shook his head He was a holdover from the Loring adminis tration not because his place was not worth taking but because as yet no political heeler had turned up with the requisite technical ability to hold It I dont blame you for cussing It out he said and the saying of it was a mark of the relaxed discipline which was creeping into all branches cf the service Mr Lorings car is anybodys private wagon these days Can you make your time with her Not on yer life Callahan growled Is it the owld potgutted thafe ir a rayceiver thats in her Yes with Gov Bucks and a party of his friends I take it you ought to feel honored Do IT snapped Callahan If I dont make thlm junketers think theyre in tho scuff Iv a cyclone whin I get thlm on the crooks beyant Dolores ye can gimme time Mlsther MTosh Where do I get shut iv thlm At Agua Callcnte They are going to the hotel at Brcezclaud I suppose There is your signal to pull out Breezelond Inn the hotel at Agua Caliente is a yearround resort for asthmatics and other health seekers with a sanatorium annex which util izes the waters of the warm springs for therapeutic purposes But during the hot months the capital and the plains cities to the eastward send their quota of summer Idlers and the house fills to its capacity- It was for this reason that Mr Brookes Ormsby looking for a com fortable resorr to which he might take Mra Brentwnod and her daughters for an outing hit upon the expedient of going first In person to Breezeland partly to make sure of accommoda tions and partly to check up tho at tractions of the place against pr turesque descriptions in the advertisements When he turned out of his steeper la the early morning at ARM Cali ute station car KAngTitseven Tied been thrown in on a siding a little farther up the line and Ormsby recognized the burly person of tho governor and the florid face and pursy figure of the receiver In the group of men crossing from tho private car to the waiting inn tallyho Being a seasoned trav eler tho clubman lost no time In find ing the station agent Isnt thero some way you can get me up to the hotel before that crowd reaches he asked adding III make it worth your while The reply effaced the necessity for hasteThe inn auto will bo down in a few minutes and you can go up In that Naughtseven brought Gov Bucks and tho receiver and their party and theyre going down to Megilp the min Ing camp on tho other side of the state line Theyve chartered the tallyho for the day- Ormsby waited and a little later was whisked away to tho hotel in the ton neau of the guests autombblle Aft erward came a day which was rather bard to get through Breakfast a leisurely weighing and measuring ol the climatic picturesque and health mending conditions and tho writing of a letter or two helped him wear out tho forenoon but after luncheon the time dragged dlspltcously and he was glad enough when the autocar came to take him to the station for the even tag train As it happened there were no other passenger for the eastbound Flyer and finding he still had some minutes to wait Ormsby lounged into tho tele graph office Hero tho bonds of ennui were loosened by the gradual development of a little mystery First the telephone bell rang smartly and when the telegraph operator took down the earpiece and said Well r In the Im perious tone common to his kind he evidently received a communication that shocked him Ormsby overheard but a meager half of the wire conversation and the ex citement whatever its nature was at the other end of the line None the less the station agents broken ejacu laUons were provocative of keen Interest In a man who had been boring himself desperately for tho better part of a day Caught him doing it you say a Great Scott Oh I dont believe that you know yes uhhuhI hear But who did the shooting Whether the Information came or not Ormsby did not know for at this conjuncture the telegraph instruments on the table set up a furious chattering and the railway man dropped the receiver and sprang to his key In an instant tho telegraph opera tor dashed out of his baywindowed retreat and ran up the track to the private car In a few minutes he was back again holding an excited confer ence with the chauffeur of tho Inn au tomobile who was waiting to see if the Flyer should bring him any fares for tho hotel Ormsby saw the chauffeur turn his car In the length of It and send It spinning down the road and across tho lino Into the adjoining state heard the mellow whistle of the incoming train and saw the station man nerv ously setting his stop signal all with no more than a mild desire to know the reason for so much excitement and hastea desire which was content to watt on the explanation of events The explanation such as it was did not linger The heavy train thun dered In from tho west stopped barely long enough to allow the single passen ger to swing up the steps of tho Pull man and went on again to stop a sec ond time with a jerk when it had passed the sidetrack switch Ormsby put his head out of the win dow and saw that tho private car was to be taken on remarked also that tho thing was done with the utmost celerity Onco out on the main line with car Naughtseven coupled in the train was backed swiftly down to the station and the small mystery of hur rylnga was sufficiently solved The governor and his party were returning and they did not wish to miss con nectionsOn particular evening David Kents wrathfire was far from need ing an additional stoking Once more Miss Van Brock bad given proof of her prophetic gift and Kent had been moodily filling in the details of tho picture drawn by her womans Intui tion He had gone late to the house in Alameda square knowing that Portia bad dinner guests And It was imperative that ho should have her to himselfYou neednt tell mo anything but the manner of its doing she was saying I knew they would find a way to stop youor make one And you neednt be spiteful at me she added when Kent gripped the arms of his chair I dont mind your saying I told you so he fumed Its the fact that I didnt have sense enough to see denllneIme Toll mo about it she said and he did it crisply The quo warranto Inquiry is Insti tuted in the name of tho state or rather the proceedings are brought by some person with the approval of the governor or the attorney general one or both I took today for obtaining this approval because I knew Bucks was out of town and I thought I could bully Meigs- And you couldnt she said Not in a thousand years At first he said be would take the matter under advisement I knew that meant a con sultation with Bucks Then I put the whip on told him a few of the things I know and let him imagine a lot more but It was no good He was as Lmooth as oil admitting nothing denying nothing And what grinds me worst is that I let him put mo in fault gave him a chance to show conclusive ly bow absurd it Willi for me to extract him to take np a qtntfen at nfleli magnitude on the spur of tie mo mentOf course she said sympathetically I knew they would find a way What are you doing Kent laughed In spite ot his sore amourpropreAt moment I am do- Ing precisely what you said I should unloading my woes upon you Oh but I didnt say that I said you would come to me for help nave youId say yes If I didnt know uwell just what I am up against Miss Van Brock laughed unfeelingly Is It a mans weakness to light bet ter in the dark It U a mans common sense to know when he la knocked out ho retorted She held him with her eyes while she said Tell me what you want to accom plish David at the end ot the ends I mean Islt only that you wish to save Miss Brentwooda little marriage portion T- He told the simple truth as who could help with Portias eyes demand Ing Itt was that at first Ill admit nut latterly Latterly you have begun to think larger things She looked away from him and her next word seemed to be part of an unspoken thought I have been wondering If you are great enough David He shook his head despondently Havent I just boa showing rOil that I am not You have been showing me that you cannot always outplan the other person That Is a lack but It Is not fatal Are you great enough to run fast and far when it Is a straightaway race depending only upon mere man strength and Indomitable determine lion T Try me he said Impulsively Would you like to have your quo warranto blind alley turned into a thoroughfareIyou can do It If you try be admitted brightening a little Maybe I can or rather I can put you In the way ot doing It You say Mr Meigs Is obstinate and the gov error Is likely to prove still more ob stinate Have you thought of any way of softening them T You know I havent Its a stark Impossibility from my point ot view Nothing Is Impossible it Is always a question of ways and means Then suddenly Have you been paying any attention to the development oi tho Bolmount oil field ITo Be Continued SELTZER FOR THE CUCKOO Bird of the Clock lied 1lecoashs- When Sic FlnUhrd Itik De Sated Story The aggressive man finished his story and regarded us with such a su air says Short Stories that WII trotted out the little anecdote about the cuckoo clock Yes sir we concluded Just as he shoutedupstairs that it was 12 oclock the cuckoo clock cuckooed three times and the man didnt have to do a thing but stand there on the stairs and cuckoo nine more to make 12 We laughed uproariously and eoav gratuloted ourselves that the traveler was effectually squelched 1181patienceOn with the story Why man we expostulated that Is the story Dont you seeT Just UI he shouted upstairs=Oh rats said the man Next morning when rc man was going to work his wife said Tom dont forgot to bring home some seltzer water What for asked Thomas Why for your cuckoo said his wife I noticed that he had the hiccoughs list night when he struck 12- Eloquence In the Saddle Visitors to a quaint little church ra England observe a curious relic In the shape of a high stool with a leather top like a saddle The parish clerk shows not a little pride In this rello and tells its story with relish During the seventeenth and eighteenth cea tunes the country parsons wero accustomed to spend much of their time hunting with their country squires Oftentimes the fox got more attention than the sermon on the following Sunday Such was the case with the parson who left tho saddle stool behind him as a relic of the days of fox huntI- ng parsons Ho was a good deal mow at home In the saddle than lu the pul pit so In order to introduce some of the life and spirit into his discourses which he felt while In the hunting field the reverend gentleman had this saddle stool made It was placed in the pulpit before the parson mounted tho steps Once astride this hobb tho parson was able to reach a much higher degree of enthusiasm and elo- Quence than ho could have unmounted A Slight MIMnUe Sir Montstuart E Grant Duff tells the following In his diary Suar means in Hindustani a pig and Is a term especially when applied to Mo hammedans of the most furious abuse Sowar is a trooper Bllla means a medal while bllll means a cat At tho time when Queen Victoria was proclaimed empress of India the colonel of a regiment in an evil hour in listed on addressing it in a Hindu stanl speech in commemoration of the great event and this is what ho said Pigs the queenempress has sent to mo a number of cats which I shall now distribute among you Sho re quests that you will hang them round your necks anti continue to wear thorn in that manner Chltao DU News RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky I 1 ICUT FLOWERS I DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS eG o 1 to+o +o +o+o +o +o+o+o +o +o +o+o+o +o+O+O+O +O +O+O+O+O +O+O G1 J THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Is here and every housewife wants one or more t of new oFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Stooltcan IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD I New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machln8lI25 j 30 and j 35 worth sro t6o and 3S ORUTCHER EVANS tpllni Old Stand Richmond Kf DtT Pbow rk Nlbt nell 47M o+O +O+o+O+O+O +O+O+0H5 +0o+ 0+0 +0 +0 +0+0+0+0 fo+O +0+O s 4 I Carriage Satisfaction HereJ carriage give We and retire Get our c F HIGGINS Prop Y k StkKst tttttRQKMnet Ii amount you want your house into a I u j to the Mill I Phone 93 UKJ i itkis Call at T J andsee the best line of And anything that you need for a borer Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Jf Richmond J STATUARY orGranite and Marble work ofall kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work Is RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish rftnlsbinvariably LbaOWrepaint repair prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKSiRlchatoytKk- KKKRkkKstk rstkKKKtCKkttrrkstoUtstRel 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lean still afford to sell ns good a shoe for 3g SHOES WLDouglan makes and soils ntoro mons 3cnshoos than any ollfar- ntanufaotufos In tho world ti0 000 REWARD to n ons 1 who can dilFroelhla sidemen S iJ formerlyTheness more than mnkc4 up lor the lessening of my pro 1 If I could take you Into my fan tortes at Brockton Mass iri1 show you the Infinite care with which every pair of Douglas 1I ioes U made you would realize why are the best shoes anywherejIf I could show you the difference between the shoes made in factory and those of other makes you would understand why hold4theirvalue than any other 350 shoe on the market today SOLD BY COYLE HAYESBEREA KENTUCKY I 000000000000000000000000000 0 Vicinityo ie 0o eo SpGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Q S o eoeooeoeoeoSoeosoeoeoeoeoTAKE Members of the Convocation club are notified that the club will hold its first meeting of this Beasou nt tho Lowe of Rev A E Thomson on Fri day evening of thin week Topic Tho Awakening of China Profwwor Latvia will present current events There will bo n Box Supper nt tho Congregational Church Wednesday night Tho proceeds will ho usej for heating tho building As the coming Saturday Is Moun tame Day tho Union Church Sunday school picnic will bo postponed until SlIturdaywook Her A E Thomson will preach in tho Union Church House on next tl Sunday morning Tho timo of Sun day school has been changed to 01C a in and that of tho probing nary ico to 1100 am Born to Rev and Mrs Kitchen a fine girl Aunt Juno Witt Is reported to bo very 111 thla week Mm Mary Hayes has been quite I HI the peal week Arthur Stowo of tho firm of Ogg ft Stowe bas typhoid over Miss Lucy Hayes of lug Hill was I In town Saturday on buaineoH Last Saturday W R Qabbnrd was elected trustee of our school district Alias and Notto Treodwny of faint Lick visited Miss Lou Duncan last Q Sunday Hod Bingham who has been here Bouio time loft on tho morning train for Crowder I Tr Miss Molllo Farmer of McKee Ky spent a few days tho first of tho weok with Nina King then wont on to Richmond for an extended visit with hor undo Dr Green Sandliu S Tho W L Todd farm was sold last Saturday to tho Richmond Cooperage j Company for 1425 Mary Adams who Is staying at i Richmond now and hot cousin Em ma Adams was with homo folks last SundayMrs L C Qabbnnl was culled to Hamilton Saturday night by the ill fleas of her daughter Mm Richard Mooro u My Hair is- ExtraLong Feed your hair i nourish It i dive It something to live on Then it will stop falling and will crow long and heavy AycraHalr Vigor Is the only hairfood you can buy For 60 years It has been doing just what we claim it will do 4r It will not disappoint you- MThlruedtoMvery hort nut otter h rt Urns K began In irow and II Ft tourtMU Inches long lendldreeatttomeaeerbelue- atmotwtthoufan lalrUIIIIltrtlKVOl- oraclo Springs blo II rAMsde bri O Ajn 00 Lowell Mm IAuo ntnubotunrB of Villers II t t SAtSAPAULUU PILLS CHERRY PECTORAL FORMEN ALL l LEATHERSALL STYLESALL PRICE S3SO IOOOOUUUUUUUUUWW days with his daughter Mm J W Royston mid family Dr Cook oxpects to leave Friday evening for Chicago to allund and conduct tho wedding of u stator Mr Isaac Hughes and Miss Our trude Hulett two of our typhoid patients are able to be out on the streets ngiiin Mr and Mrs Anderson Crawford probably will go to Winchester te spoml tho winter with their daughter Mrs Richard Woodford Tom Adams who has boon clork ing for Rhodus C Harris has actopt ed a position with S E11oloh an clerk in the dry goods store R II Royston tonohnr o f the school nt Cedar Cliff nonr BniHsfiohl is detained at homo because of the illness of his wife and tho school Is closed for tho present Howard Switzer stopped Boron Monday Ho was on his way tc Lexington whore ho will Ixi under medical treatment Wo learn thnt his brother Nut has had typhoid rover for threo weeks Last Thursday afternoon at four oclock Mr J P Bioknoll united in marriage Mr Jack Lunsford and Miss Mnggio Williams and on Friday afternoon Mr Mack Daniels and Miss Maggie Woodull Wo extend best wishes Married Boron Oct 0 1900 by Rev A E Thomson Mr James W Baker of Ricetowu Otvsloy Co Ky and Miss Sarah Lisseo of Boron Mr Baker is deputy clerk of the court of Otvfiley Co Mr and Mm Baker loft for their home in Ricotovvn on Wednesday Tho tickets were going so fast lust Saturday afternoon that tho commit tee decided to hold Mrs Murphys OhapelIn8toodwell tho chango was made for tho crowdwas far larger than could have gotten into the upper chapel Mrs groatlyde1lghtor1 orites tho nogro spuylunls were also tho favorites of tho audience Tho noxt number of tho Fall Lyceum Course will ho tho lecture on Sunshine nnd Shadow A Sermon on Happiness by A W Hawks tho Whirlwind of Virginia This will bo given in tho Lower Chapel Saturday Oct 27 at 730 p m Season tickets for adults for tho remainder of tho course nay bo had for 40 cents and for children at 25touts For SaleI have for sale 00 acres of land lying near the pike and on tho Oar rard county line 2or 3 miles west from Berca adjoining tho land of Frame Taylor I also have one sorg hum mill and evaporator at my place I wish to sell Call on or address mo nt Kirksvillo Ky JAMES R HENRY TO GUIIK A COLD IN OHM 11 AY Take IAXAT1VK DROMO Quinine Tablets DniBgUta refund money If It lIato cure U W O signature la on rich box isc J W Stephens now coal bin is opon and filled with all grades of coal Prices reasonable woeoSoeoeoeosooeoeoeoeoeo0 o i College Items iI0- o o HERE AND THERE 0 0 oceo0OSoSoSOSOSoS0SoeoeoSOS Dr Hubbell stopped over ovor on his way to tho Development convou tion at Winchester and led united chnpul on Wednesday Ho watt giv en a very warm welcome by students anti teachers Prof Dodgo and Secy Gamble went to represent Hewn nt the State Development convention at Win Chester Prof flame and Engineer Dick go to tho Christian Eudeavor con vuntion in burial county the last of this week Mr Vnndennotten former State secretary of Christian Endeavor gave n very interesting talk to the young people at tho parish house Monday during vesper hour Miss Mario C Babcock of Silver I City Now Mexico comes to us this week to be in school Mrs Murphy who gave tho lee urn Saturday night spoke and sang at United chapel Monday morning anti entertained some of tho primary clauses iu tho afternoon Julia Johnson of Boron Goodlow Spurlock of Lombard Ky Curtis Ashor of Spring Creek Iy Henry Lewis of Baxter Hurlan county Ky and Thomas McCormackof Winchester yontor school this week Tho first football game of tho season was played with Williamsburg Institute boys Neither tram scored Misses Wolf Eyler Byron and Phillips woro delightfully enter tained at dinner on Tuesday of this week at Mr and Mrs Carlinelle Prof Koine preached at Sunday night chapel ills sermon was on Gods Use of Little Things Instead of the usual sermon by Dr Thomson at tho Union church Sunday morning five of tho young men who wore out under the Ameri can S S Union during the summer organizing Sunday schools in tho mountains of Kentucky gave eight minute talks on their work which proved of the highest interest to every one present Prof Charlton of Chicago arrived early last week and took up Prof Hmnolds classes Do you get your Citi zen every week P If not you will do a kind ness to yourself and the paper by writing to The Citizen Berea Ky land saying what num you have not re I 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 getitand find out why The Guest of Honor at the Marquette Club Banquet Chicago Oct 10 Speaker Joseph Q Cannon was tho guest of honor at tho Chicago day banquet given by the Marquette club at tho Auditorium lie responded to tho sentiment Illinois The speaker was toasted as the lead ing citizen of Illinois and every refer onco to his possible candidacy for the presidency was applauded Other speakers wore Congressman II S Dou toll of Illinois who responded to the toast Chicago Dr Frank Bristol ol Washington who spoko on A Nation Favored of God Frank 0 Ooudy ol Denver whoso subject was Tho New West and Congressman James IL Watson of Indian who discussed 1903 Prince la Slain St Petersburg Oct 16A dispatch from Tlfl Is says that Prlnco Jason Pav Icnoff has been assassinated In a vII Ingo of tho Gorki district Tho mur derer escaped Prlnco Gregory Pavlo noff an unclo of Prlnco Jason was as saslnated last Juno Lai Wins His Fight Clarksburg W Va Oct 10After fighting In United States court for two years Chan La a Chinaman was do claret an American citizen by Judge A O Dayton In the federal court hero Immigration agents made ovary effort to have Lal deported Was the Sultan Shot Paris Oct 10A dispatch from Con stantinople declares that tho real se crot of tho recent illness of tho sultan of Turkey was that ho was shot In tho abdomen by a Kurdish woman who was jealous of his latest favorite a beautiful Circassian girl Insurgents Disband Havana Oct 10Tho disarmament commissioners in Santiago report that all tho Insurgents Jn that province I have been disbanded with the exception of one band which Is In an mac ceaslblo region ILea Bayjuso WINS FIRST IN POST SERIES CHICAGO AMERICANS DEFEAT NATIONAL TEAM White Sox Take the First Game In Struggle for Worlds Cham plopshlp Chicago Oct 10When the White Sox premiers of tho American league and tho Cubs sensational winners of tho National league pennant appeared on tho West Side grounds Tuosday afternoon to start tho great worlds championship series they wore cheered by tho biggest overcoat brigade that over turned out to a diamond contest The lineup of the two team was as follows Nationals Hofman c f Sheckard 1 f Schulto r t Chance 1 b Stetnfoldt 3 b Tinker sslJo verB 2 b Kilns c Drown p White SoxHahn r t Jones c t Isboll 2 b Rohe s s Donahue 1 b Dougherty 1 t Sullivan c Tanne hill 3 b Altro k p- UmplresJohnstollo and OLough lln Tho Whlto Sox bagged the game by a score of 2 to 1 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Tho synod of the Gorman Reformed church of tho northwestern section of tho country selected Louisville Ky as the next placo of meeting Tho agitation for increased wages with tho alternative of a strike has as Burned serious dimensions In tho Rhenish Westphallan coal district Dan Murphy of New London Conn will again coach the Stanford crow next spring Wisconsin and Harvard made him flattering offers which ho declinedChina protested to tho Interna tional bureau of telegraphic adminis rations at Homo Switzerland against Japans continued control of the tuba graph lines in Manchuria Tho machinists employed on the Southern railway system who accord Ing to tho road number about 800 went on a strike for an Increase In wages of 2H cents an hour Tho Democrats of tho Thirteenth New York congressional district nom mated William II Jackson a son of the lato Justice Howell E Jackson of tho United States supremo court Two masked men armed with pistols entered the Huntsvlllo Mo railway station and after locking the operator and other employes In a freight car blow open the safe secured J800 and escapedEdward Chambers 45 years old was arrested at Guthrie Center Ia on a charge of having murdered Ed NeAl on a farm near Uagley Neal was found dead In a cornfield with a bullet In his head- Richardson Mason and Harley the threo American Insurance swindlers upon whom sentence of death was pronounced have filed application for a stay of sentence until executive clemency can be asked from President DiazHis home destroyed by flames and the dead bodies of his aged father and two small children was tho sight which met the eyes of Charles Zende a farmer on McIntyre creek near Steuben vllle 0 when ho returned from a short trip Postpone Hearing Washington Oct 10Decauso of tho constitutional questions Involved the supremo court of the United States Tuesday postponed the hearing of tho Irrigation case of Kansas vs Colorado relating to the disposition of the waters of the Arkansas river until a full bench Is secured by tho appointment of a successor to Justice Drown THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc- Chicago Oct 9 FLOUHSteadjr Spring wheat special brands HTO Minnesota hard patent lute M003UO straight export ban M1S B400 clear export bags tt BSa- VHEAT8tronirer December 74O MKc May wa7Kc CORNActive December WMHWc May 4374314c- OATS Easy December 3 U034Ha May SSHGMKc OctJICATTLEExtra 30 CALVESExtra 7 75 8 00 HOGS Choice 6 70 0 6 SO SHEEP Extra 4 CO 0 4 65 LAMBS Extra 7 CO FLOURSpring pat 4 35 0 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 76 G 7Gtf CORNNo 2 mixed 0 4- 9OATSNo2 mixed 3CH RYENo 2 choice 67110 C8V4 HAYCh timothy 016 50 BUTTER Dairy 16 APPLESNow bbl 2 50 0 3 0- 0IOTATOESNow 2 00 2 25 TODACCO New 6 10 023 75 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 72 0 72 H CORNNo 2 mixed 453 OATSNo2 mixed 33 PORKPrime mess 016 50 LARD Steam 9 00 NEW TOBK FLOUR Win pat 4 35 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 0 7- 9CORNNo2 mixed 54V1 OATSNo2 mixed 38H PORK Prlmo mess 18 25 018 75 LARD Steam 9 25 9 35 BALTIMOBE WHEAT No 2 rod 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through We have o suits for Men Youths andaS Boys at 5 6 7 8io o 1250 15eS We carry a full line of Ladies Gents and Chil i I 0sdrens furnishings at low S prices for cash m o- WE CIVE CASH SALE oS CHECKS WORTH 5 PER o CENTSS i c to Yours Respectfully 0- i The New Cash Store- S Harris Rhodus Co efeealolOOebeioslotlloA- OoFall nwnwMnwewoes0wow0t10ooslo ne0B0 and Winter Millinery i and Notions We are recognized as the fashionable LadiesdI Hatters of this cofnmuuity Our guarantee as to correctness of style goes with every hat we sell Give us a call MRS A T FISH Proprietor CORNER MAIN AND CENTER STREETS l 1t Y The Citizen t mj newspaper for all that Is rick true and Interesting r PnblUhci every Thursday at Item Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO L Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mrr Subscription Rates rAtABLE IN ADVANCE t lOA tlw ns Months B nd monty by Polloffice or lixprrn Moue Ktfiuertd Litltr or one and tw- seat stamps Tlie date alter our name on label ihowi to rtttt date your subscription ii paid If it is lIot Sheered within three wets after reoexal httlfyuaMlulnr numberi will be gladly supplied if w tft notified Beautiful pictures riven aa premium to e1- Mw subscribers Ub ral terms gircn to any who obtalna nev crlptlcnt for u Any one rending ut four Etiy sub erlptloni can receive The CUixea free Junuelf lot out year AdTtrtltlog tales on application 1 jAccording to Miss Addams man IS Invading the sphere of woman and practicing her trades Selfdefense it the first law of nature Mr Carnegie has written a maga zine article entitled The Cry of the Wolf The said cry sounds faint and far off to Mr Carnegie It really Is time for the little girl to get busy on that penwiper that she is going to make to give to her father for a Christmas present Large new coal fields have been found in Pennsylvania but the con Burner may as well be notified at once that the coal trust Is going to control them Sir Thomas LIpton goes on building railing boats despite the fact that there Is no chance of disposing of them to bellicose governments as there Is with steam yachts A New York fanciers purchase of a bulldog in London for 5600 ought convince Europe of the futility of toI lag to oppose American bring over great works of t artfLoulSVllIe Herald The widow Is alabst tie progressive as her American sister Out of 1907 widows registered In 1904 in the department of the Seine all but three had In 18 months remarried t The Krupp girls are only paying 4250 apiece for their wedding outfits Many a shop girl in this country whose father never was a millionaire Las spent as much on her trousseau AS either of the big gunmakers daugh ters It Is reported from Shanghai that Tor the first time in its history China will abandon Its traditional policy and emit coins bearing the effigy of the emperor In fact It Is said silver supees and half rupees have already been struck bearing the likeness ot Kuangsu The reason given is that the circulation of money adorned with the head of Edward VII has materially Increased British prestige in Thibet and the Chinese government wishes to offset this The women of Slnlgaglla Italy may tie noted In history If they succeed In their recent efforts Ten schoolteach ers of the town went to the board of registry and demanded that their andItorney took the matter to court and the court confirmed the legality of the registration The case will be carried before the highest tribunal If the decision stands woman suffrage In Italy will have gained a battle In a blood less revolution by the simple strategy of some women who asked for what 1 they wanted From a dray In the service of the United States subtreasury In New York city a bag containing 50 In i nickels fell to the street and the coins i scattered In every direction The crowd scrambled for the coins An officer of the treasury department and t a policeman explained that the money belonged to the government and requested that it be given back The response was Immediate Every one of the thousand coins was returned There Is no reason to suppose that this crowd had been specially chosen by fate to represent the American people I No further aid from the outside Is necessary to relieve the Japanese famine It Is not quite at an end but itLas been mastered by charitable and administrative effort A recent re port of the consul general at Dalny says To the United States more than to any other country the people attribute their relief America was the first Inthe field with her contribu tlons and they exceeded In amount the contributions of all other coun tries combined There can be no question for many years of the friend ship between this country and Its Pa cific neighbor We have gotten away from the Idea that the college bred boy must be a preacher lawyer or doctor says the Augusta Ga Chronicle We are liv ing In an industrial age and commer cial life holds out Its prizes to brainy men quite as alluring and frequently more remunerative than the profes sional career The captain of Indus try Is no less a figure to be envied and emulated than his professional brother and the day Is past In the south when prominence can bo achieved only by the professional man or the wealthy planter The south Is passing from an agricultural to a manufacturing sec lion and the trend of development Ii in this direction 1 J3uihittg of tit i l nptttctt utiti I By HARRY WILLIAMS Author of In the Shade ofthe Old Apple Tree l Tn writing a popular song the budding author would do well be guided by n few easily inembeml rules In the first platy ho mint use the most simple words and tho most phnuoft Anything winch hAS the nppcnntnce of being involved will fail One must be sure to have eoino little love theme running through tho story bocnuso tho popular niusio business to a great extent is kept alive by the young women from 15 to 25 years of 1gC Make the verse and chorus particularly tho chorus as start as poe sible lie most careful to Intro the melody and the arnufgomont wt down in the simplest manner go that anyone with even a limited knowledge of music CUll play it Ono difficult strain in a song is very apt to spoil the whole In the arrangement of the music tho author ot a popular song must restrict himself to not more than one octave and ono note This is for the benefit of tho singer who is to render it on tho stage nth writing of instrumental music marches waltias and tho like n composer may go BS far as two octavos Having in mind tho limitations of the ordinary singer in vaudeville tho going beyond tho octave and one note is dangerous It is to the performer who sings the song from the stage and the young girl who hears it played over by the demonstrator in the depart ment store that the author must look for the success of his effort The young girl aids the solo of tho song because the romanticism of her nature is touched by the sentiment If there is no sentiment in the song she is not moved and she doesnt buy This is the reason the tender bal lads arc infinitely snore successful as sellers than the comic songs which raise a laugh in n theater Xo one can tell from the more rending over of a song whether or not it is destined to be a hit If any one could ho could make 1000 An hour by supply picking out the whcakfrom the chaff turning tho accepted prod uct over to a music publisher and than watching tho olTect on the pub lie Tho song has to be published and tried out before tho groat audience of tho public before a verdict can be rendered In this respect the popu I lar Eong is on a par with the theatrical production If managers at re IjearsaU could tell what would please no failures would ever be recordedI 1 I c1keat 1Estatrs- 1ti1ttt 1e ma L 1 By CHARLES F PIDGIN Chief of Bureau of Statistic of Labor to re h wideaprond opinion that great should be taxed much more heavily and directly is done under the prevailing system If the living ate not sub jested to such taxation the estates after death should be made to con tribute to the public treasury There is a suggestion of interest and value in that a proportional income tax should be established which would op crate to draw from the possessors of great fortunes a regular percentage of their riches There is a wid gulf between unnecessary walth and inexcusable poverty and it should be lessened rather than increased In the accumulation of great wealth the powers of tho individual must be considered as reward But after a business of increas ing profit has been once established the owners salesmen and buyers or other agents must Iw credited with a very large and indeed a preponder ant share in the success of the enterprise Yet it is not the talents or powers of the owner or of his agents which primarily are the reasons for success In thq case of a great mer chant ho profits enormously by his environment If for he is situated in a community whose easily accessible limits include a population of 2000000 every purchaser and every resident whoso demands he supplies are contributing proportionally to his success He is the beneficiary of his environment just as a real estate owner is and the poorest person in the community who buys his wares has somo contributory share in his success Where a person of this description has acquired a great fortune that estate upon his death should bo taxed according to some proportiOnal plan and the proceeds should go to form a state fund for the establishment and maintenance of oldage pensions for the superannuated industrial sol diers who have served their country as directly and distinctly as if they had gone to war and shot down some numbers of the enemy There is no good reason why there should be almshouscs in any community which numbers millionaires and multimillionaires among its citizens How much of such wealth is unnecessary to the wellbeing or gratifica tion of its possessors and in the pres ence of such possessions how much of poverty is inexcusable 3L1m to iKeep 11lt kilt 3ratt1iii nyc ELLIOT fLINT ordinary Plwruis wealth than rich meriting example i5 The tan craze so prev alent last year is abat ingat least among the automobile set A fine coat of tan bespeaks a love of athletics and it makes one look healthy But now the fair ones arc discovering that too long exposure to a summer colored chiffon veils are thereforeFun rather coarsens the skin Light this season en regie The change from a beauty viewpoint is not wholly a bad one and yet the face may be too assiduously protected as well as too much exposed Nothing more beautifies the complexion than judicious exposure to sun light and fresh air Suiibatlm are extremely beneficial to the skin the first redden it and then it peels disclosing the new delicate membrane underneath But there is a mean in the duration of sunbaths beyond which one should not go Constant exposure to a torrid sun destroys the skins natural sensibil ity coarsens and roughens it and by causing the obstruction and rupture of its capillary arteries imparts to it the streaky ruddy weatherbeaten appearance that we see in the countenances of most mariners And friction has more than a mpcrficiul effect on the skin By bringing blood to the surface it enlarges the capillaries which as I have said the arteries supply to the derma and this permanently heightens the skins color Again the increased flow of blood effects a more thorough do truction of fat whence results the peripheral firmness that Is character istic of youth While massage has effect it in not so renounced as when it is combined with frictionI r THEN LET IT ALONE I can drink or let It alone Then let It alone my frlcmll For a habit but partly grown Is a troublcwHfl thing to fend It Is twitter to let It alone noADdSay the boy 1 can let It alone Then let It alone my friend Why not prove that your souls your own That your will In too arm to b6act T tin you vwnotlme will let it alone Hut just now you are ao ones tlronel Then look out for the bitter end So the drinker can let It alone trtlITo9IIt Am your ways give m arts to mend You Just My yen Nil let h alone Thfot you are not overthrown NKlIAlldThen let It alone my friend Nu IM shriek 1 for years have known pennedFor tbroneAI cant drink or let It alone lint ran let It alone ay friend Oer the wrecks In their paMtwi itrown I ran help you to the tempted Bead I can let It entirely alone I can keep mo In safety tone And quart eta pure prtac to the end Vet you never BUNt Ut It atone De not let It atone my friend Cut It eut t the Shapes that green Front UK hwmi It wnki tear and rend Never fancy to let It alone Till yen bury It under the tORe And write Yon are there till the end t can drink or let It alone Then let It atone my friend Saw your hopes to the crave are Sewn To thin conneej of mine attend It right now you can l tJt alone Let your purjxxe be dally ihawn Aral let It alone to the emit nee W P McCauUr UtL D In C E World RELEASE FROM DRUNKENNESS What Mutt De Depended on to Give Deliverance from Habit The first requisite of a euro Is abso uto restrain Thoro Is no homo cure- no magic jHiwder to drop In the drunkards coffee provided he condescends to coffee Tho cure Is a mattor of lyKlene not of medicine It depends on wholesome outdoor life and montal stimulus on time more time and again time First thero must be restoration for the weakened body with Its need of stimulant air exercise sleep plenty itgood food at frequent Intervals precaution against fatigue or hunger for I every discomfort or depression tends tt first to reawaken the craving These will restore physical trim but In mot cases they will not suffice If tho mind Is left In the Irritable depressed state that demanded stimulants and the will In the rusty lassitude of long Indul cncc The mental life of the victim must be made as vigorous as his physical life lie must bo Interested given a change of surroundings kept ictlvo and alert Ills Inltltatlvo and imbklon must be awakened He must be encouraged to think for himself to decide for himself educated Into responsibility and iclfcontrol Change of scene occupation and amusement will do much of this The rest depends on the personal equation the ability lad Insight of the director of the sant arlum the skill and care with whlcn he diagnoses and prescribes for the mental condition of each patient and tho Interest sympathy and activity hat he can evoke Ho Is in the position of n teacher or rather of a headmaster as much an In that of a phy Iclan American Illustrated Monthly A LESSON TO MERCHANTS I Saloon Keeper Always Seeks to Get Close to Factories A longheaded saloon keeper always places his saloon between a factory end mercantile houses so that he can get a whack at the wages of the me ihanlcs before the Merchants do In- flld It Is the cream of wages they after as tho following will show IIare liquor dealer was speaking of his to trust good mechanics and Industrious laboring men allowing hem to settle on their weekly pay layDont you lose a great dealT said the gentleman with whom he was speakingVery rarely from this class of neat was the reply If they dont have money enough to pay all their illls they always pay me for my place In near where they work and they come In hero first alter they get their Ilay I dont know whether they pay heir grocers and provision dealers or not but I always get all they owe me How do grocers and provision dealers like tho idea of having tho liquor dealer take the cream of the laboring nans wages Record Sons of Temperance Too True Til knock your brains out said the umseller to tho workman If you ask me to let you have beer on trust Oh youre top late was the reply If I had any brains shouldnt be ore Temperance Leader The Poor Robbed The saloons of the country took rom the poorer people of the country last year more money than the total capital of all of our national banks rhlcb was 767000000 cow jpfABOYS AND GIItLr 1 LAWN BILLIARDS I its the Same at Croquet the Players Say But Different He very careful to say lawn bll lards when speaking of tho game which has taken tho place of cro quet Those who play It are sensi tive about tho name In the new game which Is becoming popular In some places there aro silt shots sllco shots hilling balls thin sllco shots split slots getting position and a number of other tech nical terms which the old tlmo cro quet players know little about Lawn billiards Is really ad differ cnt from croquet In many respects 5 Diagram of Grounds at tbo game of billiards Is different from croquet The only likeness to the time honored and antiquated game Is that mallets and wickets are used Tho mallets have abort handles and the wickets and balls aro small Think about having to shoot a ball through a wicket with only a space of about three Inches between tho wires You could not drlvo ono of tho old tlmo croquet balls turougli such n wlckot with a sledge hammer because the old balls were largo and the wickets were wldo between tho wires Tho dimensions ot the grounds used says tho Kansas City Star are 72 feet in length 3C feet wide corner pieces 8 foot long Those are lisldo measurements with a line denoting the boundary of the field 30 Inch s from the Inside of the border The stakes are 1 Inch In diameter and 114 Inches high situated outside of tho denoting lino at tho renter of the width of the field The first wicket it 7 feet from the stake tho second 71 tocArhooorrr rxaY To make this very amusing puzzle cut tho big heart out of heavy pliable paper and use stiff cardboard for the smaller ones Cut two strips and a circle Into the big heart as shown In the picture pass a string through as shown also and tlo the ends of the string to the smaller hearts Now explains tho Boston Globe Verona In Italy Is now completing the excavation of Its Roman theater a work which was begun In 1834 It In built in a semicircle It dates from the time of Augustus Caesar and was lavishly decorated with marbles from Greece Africa and Asia The theater was formed of huge steps of granite above which wore rows of private boxes one of which stands In Its final position in excellent yireecrva J tIInches from the bordor on a line with stakesThorotho center 18 Inches long anti 31 Inches between the wires sot at rlRhl angles with a lino drawn front take to stake The othor eight arches are to bp 3Yr inches between the wires The wickets should be sot In a blocks of wood burled In tho ground Tho borders should bo of hardwood that will not warp laid flat to servo as a cushion for carom shots This timber or bordor should be bev eled halt an Inch making It naasura fie 6 Inches wldo on top G H Inches wide i the on tho bottom and 4 Inches high Thui will prevent balls jumping off the Ni ground whtftho border Is used as a 3I cushion carom shots Tho boundary lines which wo drawn 30 incites from tho borders simply mark tint place for the Positions of tho ball for beginning plays and obtaining uni form distances for tho Inside fold To begin a game of lawn billiards if- tho halls are placed In the four car acre of tho ground Partners balls should Ho diagonally opposite eachIothor the pitying ball and tho rioxt In sequence to be placed at the heat of tho grounds Then tho object In ICkotaJInue been made to play tho game Tho ground Is towel underlaid with cln y derv with a layer of sand which In V s sprinkled and rolled with a leovytIron roller before each game Thu surfaco la bard and smooth of r A7 ltt CUPIDS PUZZLE toll your friends that the puulo IB totrelease tho string with tho two sma1L JIcr hearts on It from tho larger ono without force or undoing knots t The volution Is as follows r Double th strip in tho center or tho largo heart and fold It so thatll will pass through tho circle This wills make plenty of roar to pass one ot rJ tho small hearts through i X EXCAVATING ANCIENT THEATER 11tloncarved on It Above the tiers of private boxes rose the places where tho t t rthey r tIFor This Relief Much ThankittiLittle TommyWhYT T Lateso f f 1ii fNot 11 Qno iZ VI II u PROTECTING WATER PIPES lIoeI With Dead Air Space Between the Surest Method Nothing la so good R protector from trust or heat to dead air In Insulatn od compartments Whero water Idles must be placed In tbo ground above the trait line or above tho ground and fully exposed properly con struotod froSt box es are vastly im porter to felt cork or other covering Theso packing materials nre usually worse than worthless because they are sure to become soaked from ran densation on The tripe and tints to Invite Instead of repel frost Tills Is especially true where the pipes lead to elevated tanks from wells of cold water be cause In any weather when the temperature IK above that of tho wa ter condonation is likely to ocour The slmplMt construction of an ef fective protecting frost box says tho Orange Judd Farmer Is constructed with three dead air spaces well celled and extending from below the trust line up to the point of delivery at the tank or at the houie Alter tho pipe is In place a box tube of onehalt or threequarters Inch stuff and six Inch ell Inside diameter is built with tho t Cross Section of Frost Box ylpe In the center It js then celled tuls i1o with tar paper Trimmers are ivri placed around the box to build anther Uox upon a two4nch air space txjlng led between the two boxes In like manner this box Is celled and supplied with trimmers for an outside lox of strip lap or matched hoards to eurround a second two lnch air space Frost taxes so constructed will be lound offcotlvo In any climate and are fully as satisfactory as mow elaborately constructed onesi HOME WATER SUPPLY System of Piping Which Brings Comfort and Ease to One Farmer farmers could have many more home comforta If thojr would Judi cloudy use tho money wasted In oth er ways Wo prize our waterworks rotdIikitchen Water Is also supplied au tomatically to tho stalls hog houses garden hon houses yards and hot beds Wo have also a fotihdtaln on the lawn This water explains a Delawaro farmer In writing to tho Orango Judd Farmer is pumped by n windmill Into a large tank from which ylpea lead to various outlets The windmill cuts all our fodder grinds All tthe feed in addition to tho pump 1nciand does moro than a man can do FARM BITS The Indiana what crop Is figured by the stole bureau of statistics as CO j er cent larger than last years ban nor crop Small potatoes from productive bills Rlvq a bettor product than largo potatoes from unproductive hills Tills shows the Importance of select ing geed In the field at digging time rather than tram tho bin next spring Several instances wero reported at the Texas Nut Growers association where native pecan trees were giving regular annual returns of from 120 to CC per tree In from five to twelve years after topworking with im proved varieties Rat Rldders To rid a booec of rats spray strong rplrits of Ammonia In holes and cracks Then spread tho white of an egg on a roothi sprinkle liberally with red pepRo And tack Aver rat holes pepper Inside Whitewash made yel low with copperas then applied thick ly to the stones and rafters la a cel Is also said to bo effective fvfar Lime on Clover Land time will frequently prove to ba a- gogd remedy for usecalled clover sick land This is especially true In rases where the clover dies out on ac counfcfan extremely acid condition of the soil Some soils hqwevcr re quire other fertilizer In connection with the lime to STOW clover success Tully HOW DEEP TO FARM Conditions of Soil Drainage Etc Must Determine the Question The depth to which a man plows his land has a boarlne on tho success of his farming It It possible to plow too deep lol It Is certainly possible to plow too shallow to got tho best results Rut someone will ask what It the bOlt depth for plowing That Is an unanswerable question bocaiifo all kinds of conditions exist on farme and thojie conditions are what must set the depth of plowing The depth to which to plow Is a problem that has been considered with other quos liana and not by Itself by our best Investigators In the Investigations of tho toll II of southern Illinois Prof Hopkins found sections whoro tho potash had been very much exhausted In the upper seven Inches of soil so much so that the crops could not got enough of that element to make tho growth thoy should make Tho advice of Prot Hopkins was to plow a little deeper and thus gut thouso of the potassium below the depth of the old plowlngs Now hero was a case where tho land had been farmed for so long a time that tho potassium was exhausted In tho soil usually turned up by the plow It Is curtain that if a now piece of soil wore brought under cultivation In that region tho conditions would not bo tho same Tnls lllmtatcs tho fncfjthat no rule can be laid down How deep to farm must depend to a considerably extent on the drainage conditions existing on each fluid says the Farmers Review If the land Is pat and wet during a good deal of the growing season no depth of plow lag will Increase Its productiveness The roots of plants will not strike below the water line and If during tin unusually dry time they did go down It would be to rot when tho water rose permanently around them Therefore it Is Impossible to glue a rule for depth of plowing In arch a ease It Is certain that It Is useless to attempt to cultivate the laud to a greater depth than it has been drainedThe character of the soil also has much to do with tho depth of plow- Ing and cultivating A clayey soil will not give as good results If plowed deep as a sandy soil for tbo air will not readily penetrate the clayey soil to a certain depth as It will the sandy soil nor will the beat of the sun so quickly warm It up to a point whore tho seeds will germlnntu in It Sandy land can and should be plowed quite deep for a number of reasons One of those Is that It dries out more quickly than clayey soil as clay con talns more water than sandy soil The sandy loam will therefore faclll tate the deep growing of roots as the twits easily penetrate the Interstices butweon the particles of soil Thar is stUl doubt that the soil can be utilized several Inches deeper than is usually tho case Subsoil plowing has proved very beneficial on some lands but not on others and here again comes in an Illustration of too tact that we cannot lay down any rule that will prove of value on all lands Tho depth of plowing must depend some on tbeferflllty that can be applied to the soil and Its ability to bo aerated STORING THE CORN CROP Crib Which Can Be Made Rat and Bird Proof I have a corn crib which Is proof against rata and birds writes a South Dakota correspondent of the Harm and Home It is shown in tho cut It Is set on posts 1 foot out of tho ground sills lengthwise 3x4 Inches floor Jolitfi 2xfi laid on top of sills Posts 2x4 Inches and one half foot high are nailed to floor Joists resting ca top of sills Plate 2x4 Inches with A Rat Proof Corn Crib 1x4 Inch cross section are fastened to posts Tho root la arranged to give 9 inch eaves clear of sides aud- Is covered with threeply tarred pa per It tutu a double floor the bottom boards of rough hemlock and top floor of Carolina pine matched Extra heavy one halt tnch wire mesh was put on inside of posts be fore tho second floor was laid and fastened In place by staples also strips onethird Inch over to hold it securely in placo This room Is 20 feet long and baa a swing wire door on the end to raise out of the way for unloading corn from the wagon There Is a space SxfH feet on tho north end which Is covered with matched boards and separated from the corn by a movable fence of boards giving room for shelling and being protected from the cold winds Tho door on tho east side Is used to get into this room The wlro door and this door aro kept locked as a pro caution against borrowers x Digging Potatoes Do not dig potatoes when the ground Is wet or when the dirt ad bores to tho potatoes as the skin will never have that bright appearance as when harvested under proper condi tion Besides they are far more apt to rot when stored covered with mud and dampness BRYAN ON ISSUES TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING SAFER THAN THE TARIFF Would Be Glad to use War on Wealth and Government Ownership of Railroad as Substitutes foi the Always Dangerous Ad vocacy of Free Trade Onetwelfth of Mr Bryans speech In Madison Square garden on tho night of August 30 was devoted to tho tar iff The other eleventwelfths were taken up with tho effort to frame Is sues that may override the tariff Issue In the campaign of 1908 With the tariff an a paramount Issue the Democrats have not fared well In presidential elections Thoy would greatly prefer some other Issue Mr Dryan has been trying to find one In his search ho has uncovered somo rather dizzy substitutes for tho tar iff as an Issue War on predatory wealth and death to plutocracy la ono of thorn Railroad rate regula lion through United States govern moat ownership of other than trunk lines Is another Issue which Mr Bryan hopes may obscure the tariff Issue Moth propositions are suffi ciently radical to divert attention somewhat from tho Democratic party hopelessly bad tariff record provided the party can be induced to stand for so radical a departure In the direction of socialism and cen tralization nut there are unmis takable signs of revolt especially among the predatory plutocrats and the southern Democrats Already Mr Bryan perceives his blunder and Is hastening to give assurance that these revolutionary Ideas are his own more ly and not Intended for incorporation In the national platform So In time Mr Bryan will be compelled to get back to the tariff There will be little else left to talk about for the Republican party has shown that railroad rates can be regulated without confiscation or government ownership and that trust evils can be remedied without disturbing pro tection to American labor and industry The Democratic nominee for 1908 promises to consider the tariff ques tion more at length at an early day Assuredly ho will Kelng compelled to abandon some of his startling radl calisms lest he frighten away the sup port that was unanimously his prior to his speech of August 30 he will have no choice but to fall back on the tariff Hero ho will be on fa miliar ground Always a free trader always an enemy of the policy of pro tection and always certain of a sympathetic hearing on the subject he can safely launch his rhetorical thunderbolt against any tariff designed to foster domestic Industrialism and do mestic wage paying Mr Bryans line of procedure on the tariff question was distinctly marked out when In his speech at Madison Square gar den ho said Tho tariff question Is very closely allied to the trust question and the reduction of the tariff furnishes an easy means of limiting the extortion which tho trusts can practice While absolute free trade would not necessarily make a trust impossible still it Is probable that very few manufac turing establishments would dare to enter Into a trust if the president were empowered to put upon the free list articles competing with those con trolled by a trust While I shall take occasion at an early day to consider the tariff question more at length I cannot permit this opportunity to pass without expressing tho opinion that the principle embodied in the protec the tariff has been the fruitful source of a great deal of political corruption is well as the support of many of our most Iniquitous trusts It Is difficult to condemn the man ufacturers for uniting to take advan tugs of a high tariff schedule when tho schedule Is framed on the theory that tho industries need all the pro tection given and It Is not likely that the beneficiaries of these schedules will consent to their reduction so long as the public watts for the tariff to be reformed by its friends slut one of tho worst features of a tariff levied not for revenue but for the avowed purpose of protection is that it fosters tho idea that men should use their votes to advance their own financial interests Tho manufacturer has been as sured that It Is legitimate for him to vote for congressmen who whatever else their opinions on other sub leas may be will legislate larger dlv idends into his pockets sheep growers have been encouraged to believe that they should havo no higher aim la voting than to raise the price of wool and laboring men have been urged to make their wages their only concern For Ii generation the fat has been fried out of the manufac turers by tho Republican campaign ommlttee and then the manufac turers havo been reimbursed by leg islation With the public conscience edu IlIIrhaso er no wonder that Insurance com panics have used the money of their electionsnoIpurchase Immunity from punishment with liberal donations How can wo draw a moral distinction between the man who sells his voto for five dollars jn election day and the manufacturer who sells his political Influence for fOOOOO or 100000 payable in divi lends 1 How can wo draw a moral tine between time senator or represent itlvj elected by tho trusts to pre rent hostile legislation and time sea I ator or representative kept In congress by tho manufacturers to se cure friendly legislation The party which justifies the one form of brib cry cannot bo relied upon to condemn tho other Thorn never was a time when tar iff reform could LJ more easily en bred upon for the manufacturers by selling abroad cheaper than at home DO many of them do havo not only shown the Ingratitude toward thos who built tho tariff wall for them but they havo demonstrated their abil ity to will in competition with the world The high tariff has long teen a burden to the consumers in the United States and It Is growing moro and moro a menace to our foreign commerce because It arouses resent ment and provokes retaliation Tho leopard has not changed his spots The Bryan who helped to frame a free trade tariff bill as a member of the house committee on ways and means In 1904 Is tho same Free Trado Bryan in 190C Tho tar iff will be the paramount Issue In 1908 AS A CONTRIBUTORY CAUSE Benefits Reaped by Farmer as Result of Protective Tariff It Is well to mention occasionally UB Speaker Cannon did at Danville that under the Republican protective policy the United States now produces a third of the worlds manufactures and agricultural products Some Democrats declare that the tariff never helps tho farmer They are rash in making any such assertion This gives the Republicans a chance to show that the diversification of In dustrles which the tariff has created has raised up a home market for the farmer which has advanced the value of everything which he has to sell while the competition among the fac tories has cheapened everything that the farmer has to buy This Is the principal reason why farming Is far more profitable now than It was In the Democratic days before theclvll war Farming Is far more profitable like wise than It was In the Democratic days of 189391 when the country had its latest and severest financial panic In speaking of the countrys prosperity from any viewpoint the tariff Is sure to present Itself as a contribu tory cause of tho good times Under Democratic sway in Buchanan days the aggregate of the countrys manu factures was slight This was an ag ricultural country almost solely at that time As a consequence the farmer got less for his products than he does now Our manufactured arti cles In thoso days were furnished by England chiefly and the American farmer and the rest of the American consumers paid more for them than they do now for the home product The tariff has benefited producer and consumers There are more wage workers In proportion to the aggre gate population In 190C than there were In 18CO tho last year of Demo cratic power prior to the civil war There are more wageworkers than there were In 1S9G the last year of the last term of the last Democratic president Time wages In each case have made great advances Here are some of the reasons why tho Repub licans In the campaigns of 1906 and 1908 will champion the maintenance of a tariff which will give adequate protection to every American product which needs protection Speaker Can non at Danville gave excellent reasons why the American people will In 190G elect a Republican congress to con tinue the magnificent work which 11 being done by the Republican party St Louis GlobeDemocrat When StandPatters Will Be Needed There Is meat for more than Democrats In what was said about standing pat by Cato Sells In his speech as permanent chairman of the Iowa Democratic convention- I nm a standpat Democrat If I were a Republican I should be a standpatter The man who gets away from the doctrinal principles of his party will either have to get Into the other party or become a mongrel The Methodist who talks the Presbyterian language wont last over night and tho man who outHerods Herod and Is a friend of protection and then proceeds to make a tree trade speech will not recognize his own party when their convention Is held In 1908 It Is not a very far cry to 1908 bit It Is far enough to give time and op portunlty for a very considerable num ber of people to recall the fact that they are after all Republicans and protectionists and that tho proper place for them Is back in tho ranks with the rest of the protectionists It Is a safe prediction that In tho redhot cam paign against Dryan and Dryantsm that will be raging two years hence standpatter will have ceased to be a term of reproach Sland patters will then be In great demand They will be needed Let It Alone Possibly some of the schedules of tho Dlngley tariff carry a higher rate of duty than Is needed by the indus tries which they were designed to pro tectoIhnt may to a limited extent be true at tho present moment But It may not be true next year Indus trial depression throughout Europe would leave a huge surplus to be marketed abroad at cut prices In that event tho present tariff would not bo higher than needed It might indeed prove to be too low It is at present too low on many articles lint protec tionists do not ask for tariff revision on that account They realize that tariffs cannot be quickly changed to meet constantly changing conditions So they say lot the tariff alone Need lessly high schedules can do no harm whereas Inadequately tow schedule would do a world of harm I r 5IIJI 1855fFOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 1 PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject many classes that each student can be placed with others like SaJwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You EnterJTHE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced library and general advantages as for more advanced metic and the common branches taught in the right way I Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage 1 ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who 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come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall JiirIt is important to come the first day Septembei xa and stay till the end December 19 t For further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills H- AtaDuflcturcn leiltll FHCJ Roller Plow Colt Meal Skip St its e ear Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wUJ ktbd io Hat PIIDB OF MADISON to luatltr ExaLlcM Fl r- lMiifidti Potts Duersonfi- fes df Itps T I4f i Y T rTHE HOME I Tho Rights of the Child 117 Dr A 1C Tliiimmm llnt1810hTake heed that ye despise not one of these little ones To despise is not always to look upon a person with contempt To treat a hundred dollar watch as though it were only worth a dollar is to despist it Bo do somo despise the children I am pleading for somo of the rights of tho child 1 The child has a right to be taught ODEDIEXOE in the home No lesson is more important than that we are under law Natural law State law Divine law A child to have BUCOCSS must learn that it cannot always have its own way His own good and tho good of others forbid it 2 Wrong habits are early formed A babe seems like a divine thing Como into the homo Besides at first all its wants demand attention Because of this it soon gets the notion that it can have its own way Too often whoa it wants what it should not have the parent is unwilling to refuse The child later shows temper and the parent thinks it cruel to jiunitli Tho parent often afterwards mourns the results but does not true them back to tho proper cause Often tho parent thinks it smart in Ike ehild to insist on its own way It is no more smart than in a colt Wo kepis to train a colt at once and many a child in the house might well wry the colt in tho pasture for the more sensible care which it receives 8 A child has a right to be taught Sat razeraAtar A child with Mooted limbs has a right to have thorn straightened Every child is born wlttt wookod moral tendencies and hMa right to have thorn corrected Everychild has a right to bo controlled and even has a right to bo pun hiked when that is the only way to teach it self restraint and obedience licay a child oats what it pleases wears what it pleases goes to school and M Sunday school whon it pleases It is thus taught the lesson of self ladalgenca instead of selfrestraint Jesus said If any man will come altar BO let him deny himself The parent often makes this as hard as pmlble and to really shuts the door of heaven on the child t t C 4 Such parents do not truly love their children They may think they do Thoy say they love them too much to refuse them anything or to panUh them They may have a septimental fondness for their children bat they really love themselves They often say 0 I cannot bear t- otJM the child or to punish it They are unwilling to distress them 8111 TM Such training leads to dwarfed character and later often to munis rime the penitentiary the gallows and to hell There are boys M Bras with the cigaret habit because they harejbeen uncontrolled bee I have known a man raise a fine family of boys in a wickedcity and oae of tho rules of his home nasthntjnoneiofjhis children wasjto be array from home in the evening without his parents knowing where he was KJag David made the common mistake with his son Adonijah It is reo raided And his father had not displeased him at any time in saying TYky host thou done soT It led to the sons early and violent death CONTINUED CUT WEEK ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools fly InOF O1IAKLB3 D MSWIS SECURITIESContinued III Problem If I invest 08500 in securities at 105 and sell at l1Ufj brokerage k per cent for each transaction what is my net gain Solution 1 First M V DI05k per cent of F Vwhole C P 2 Second M VDHOg per cent of F Vznet S P 3 110 per cent of F VI05k pr ct of FVac5 pr ct of FVaQnet gain t 105i pr ct oJ F V = 6f45oo 5 1 pr ct of F V051000 0 IH pr ct of F V = 345000 Net gain in above case= 15000 IV Problem What is my rate of income on 0 per cent city bonds bought at 82 no brokerage In a problem like this there is no use supposing any amount Simply form equations with the two per cents We know that 82 per cent of the face value is allor 100 per cent of the market value and we want to findwhat 0 per cent of the face value will be in terms a of market value We solve them as follows L 82 per cent of F V =100 per cent of M V 2 1 pr ct of F V =10082 pr ct of M V 3 0 pr ct of F V =00082 or 7 1341 pr ct of MV Under given conditions income=7 1341 per cent on investment V If I receive 085 on 5 per cent bonds bought at 04 what did they cost me Solution 1 5 per cent of F V =SOS5 why 2 1 per cent of F V =137 3 04 per cent of F V = 12878 Under given conditions bonds cost 12878 I TO BE CONTINUED ITHE FkRM I Why Kentucky Farmers Should Grew Cow Peas When n crop Is sown to bo plowed under for I the benefit of the soil Otto should be done while the vines are still green and before many of the York begin to ripen In harvesting peas for the seed probably the best way peelally if there are plenty of children in the family u to pick them teem tko vines as they become ripe and dry but before they have time to p p open and scatter the seed They can be stored in empty flour barrels to U a loft having tight floor until they are thoroughly dried when the RIW usually thrashed out and fanned clean Jn cutting peas for forage thework must be done in dry bright weather sad should be at tho time when only the earliest third or half of the pods when a ripening color They may be cut and thrown into small bunches or rrindrorva to cure in the sun and then into larger piles from which they hotild be moved to u covered shed that will shelter them from the rain Ii Trill not do to bulk them together in a large mass for the sap in the tau is still to dry out and they are apt to heat Putting the first ayo ena floor of small poles laid high enough from the ground so that th air may circulate under them and continuing with courses of poles aid layers of vines BO as to secure good ventilation the shed may be filled P putand sheaf oats are stacked taking euro to make the stack quite narrow BO Halt there shall be only a small body of tho pea vines thus preventing duger of heating After a farmer gets his first start of tho seed of a good variety he heuld be sure to save his own supply and will find it profitable to gather a nuplns to sell to his neighbors A start in seed may be obtained from asy good standard seed house in the larger cities Seed peas as a rule hate been rather high in tho past few years as tho demand has been active From 100 to 175 per bushel have been prevailing prices at the city t which the cost of freight must be added TO BE COXCLODED poeososososoeosoeosoeoeoeeo Eighth Kentucky o History gs 0 Thrilling Story of tint Part UiU tint p 6 hint IlrgliiKUt took In the Civil AVnr e 0 0000000000000CHAPTER X Coatlnucd On the 23d of June our commander ordered a general forward movctnc t of all the forces about Murfroeebun except the Third our Division of Crl tendons corps The rebel army occu plod a strong position extending from Sholbyvllie to Wnrirace about parallel with Duck River with their base ol supplies at Tullahoma To follow up this victorious army In its respective movements which resulted In forcing Draggs army to flee to the south sllll of the Tennessee River would Increase this volume to u greater size than con templatcd therefore wo will refer the reader to a general history of the war and follow up the movements of our particular regiment and brigade While our comrades In front were marching thru the rain and mud to dislodge the enemy our division struck tents and moved Inside the earthworks trying to make oursolvei as comfortable as the circumstance would permit believing as our dlvl slon general was an old man that we had been left to garrison the Plato and would probably remain hero a ron sldcrablo time We sympathized with our comrades In front whoso guns we coull hear thundering away On tho 29th we were rejoiced to set 600 rebel prisoners brought back captured at Sholbyville where Oenoral Stanleys troops had rescued from Uu sonteno of death our brave and dar ing femme spy Miss Major Cushman Tho aoth day of Juno the Third Drlgade under command of Colonel Parnea received orders to march Im mediately toward MoMlnuvllle with n baggage extent rltet tents and blankets nil tents and officers desks to be left In onre of the convalesconu of each regiment At that time aU the wagons and teams were In con stant use dragging supplies thru the mud and the rain to the front At 4 oclock pm we formed column and moved out on the Woodbury Pike Thfr continued rains had made the muchuseU roads very muddy A ten mile march brought us to Cripple Creek where we bivouacked July 1st was one of thoso still hot clear days that usually succeeds s heavy mln In that climate The pow er of the sun on the steaming earth and vegetation caused many of tin boys to give out before noon At that hour we arrived at Woodbury Our shelter were soon pitched near this rebellious town twenty mlle from Murfreesborn The next morn ing the Eighth with a small squad ol cavalry made a scouting party and went nine miles toward McMlnnvllle where Robert Drecklnrldge and a force of rebel cavalry were reported to be The heat was oppressive and quite a number of our men fogged out really overpowered with heat The writer being one of the number will never forget the kindness of Major Clark who always ready to do an act of kindness to a comrade placed me on his horse while he tooted It bark to town Our cavalry went quite near to McMlnnvllle but found no signs ot the enemy I was told by Surgeon Robinson that I hAd fever He pro cured lodging for me In the house of a Mr Durger the only Union man of the town Ills loyalty and his kind ness to myself and Captain Mlllard of the Twentyfirst Kentucky prob ably caused him the loss of his house end Its contents We will give the reader this one Incident of hundreds of similar uses of rebel hate and revenge On entering the commodious dwelling my feebleness caused an Im mediate Introduction to a good bed the first feathers I had reclined my weary limbs on for many months I soon discovered that I had fallen In to the hands of real Samaritans Cap taro Millard and a few other sick oc cupied other rooms There were also about twenty Union refugees women and men reurnlng to their homes yet Inside the enemys lines The next day all our division arrived bringing tho good news of Roseys recent victory over Bragg at Tullahoma Mr Burgers two daughters gave vent to their joy by Indulging In a few patriotic songs Soon after one ol the daughters of Burger came to me with a tempting morsel of supper for me I asked Do many of your citizens rejoice with you over Union vic tories No Indeed captain I great ly fear for papa when you leave I have seen some of them paying close attention to our house They are In dignant at us for sheltering you and those good Union people About 8 oclock everything became very qulo except the heavy breathing of tome weary sleeping refugees and at last the extra dose of morphia caused me to drop Into a troubled sleep At length I awokd with a smothering choking sensation When first I struggled to consciousness smoke and flames were bursting Into my room I cried fire as loud as my weak ness permitted and crawled out on clothinghVersackchair Into my arms Unable to stand I lay yelling fire and kicking n snoring refugee who suddenly sprang OneyhuntingforI lost all consciousness until I felt my self being dragged through the dewy dog fennel In the yard Some one timetoAll the Inmates were In the yard and most of them destitute of raiment ex stillearmsTheandtromincendiarismplacecalled bedbugstalned myself and another sick man drove out of town the next morning after our command we passed an old smith shop where Mr Burgers tamp y had taken refuge I paid my bill and ailed for Miss Melissa who had watt dollarsoyetloyalTO DE CONTINUED TAUT TELLS CUBANS TO BURY OLD SCORES WILL NOT ISSUE DECREE OF AMNESTY UNTIL THEY DO FACTIONAL STRIFE MUST CEASE AT CIENFUEGOS Determined That Old Political Sores Shall Not Do Opened Up After Affairs Are Readjusted All Out One Band of Insurgents Disarmed Havana Oct 10 Clenfuegos Is now the troublo center ot Cuba Factional III fooling has existed there since tho presidential campaign of 1905 resulting In tho death of Congressman Vllluendas and Chief of Po lice Illanco It Increased during the revolution to such an oxtent that the return of tho rebels front tho field Is causing a dangerous condition which tho provisional government considers It Is highly necessary to end Coy Taft believes that It Is particularly necessary that the vexed local situation In Clenfuegos shall bo settled before the Issuance ot an am nesty decree slnco ho has determined to Include In tho amnesty all porsous charged with complicity In tho VII luendas murder He holds that It ho yielded to tho Importunities of many residents of Clenfuegos and allowed those charged with tho crime to bo brought to trial It would result In tho event of their acquittal by a Judge belonging to tho moderate party In reopening the quarrel over tho Incident in a more violent manner than ever Ever since the death of Sonor VII luendas a year ago last September his murder has boon the subject of heat ed discussions In congress and at po litical meetings Members of the moderate party have boon charged with the critno and their trial repeat edly demanded but the Cuban gov ernment regarded it unsafe to accedo to thoso demands during tho over heated state of the publlc mind Mutt Heal Old Wound Coy Taft has also decided to Include In tho genoral amnesty all per sons alleged to havo been connected with the Guanabacoa outrage of last February when several rural guardsmen were wantonly killed In their quarters by a gang of night mauraud ers lie Is unwilling to furnish any opportunity for the reopening of old sorea In either of these notorious mat ten and will Insist In the effectual closing now of all Incidents which are an outgrowth of former political strife Mr Stelnbart has received no definite Instructions except to deal with all Questions arising according to his best judgment The governors of all provinces ex cepting Santa Clara report that tho disbandment of both volunteers and insurgents U complete and Santa Clara reports good progress These reports are confirmed by messages to marine headquarters Treasurer Rololt began ountlng the contents of tho treasury which amount to 12000000 mostly In Amer- Ican gold Moj Eugene F Ladd represents the United States In the counting of this money Taft Refute Invitation Alfredo Zayas the liberal loader called at the palace and Invited Coy Taft to attend the liberal mass meet- Ing on October 14 Coy Taft replied that he would probably tall for the United States on October 15 Senor 7ayas then offered to hold the matt Ing before the governors departure but Mr Taft Intimated that he did not regard it wise to attend a party demonstrationAlthough American commis sloners will leave Cuba this week Capt McCoy the military aid to the governor will remain for another week to familiarize GOT Magoon with the situation Camp Columbia the headquarters ot the American soldiers and marines Is growing rapidly The arrival of Gen J Franklin Bell Is awaited before the beginning of the distribution of the troops A tentative plan la that large detachments be seat to each provincial capital and to Clenfuegos to be subject to needs elsewhere All Disarmed But One Band Havana Oct 10The disarmament commissioners in Santiago report that all the insurgents in that province bavo boon disbanded with tho excqp tion of one band which It In an In accessible region near Dayamo Coy Taft has ordered the cruiser Des Moines to embark tho commissioners at Santiago City and to land thorn at Manzanlllo whence they will be ablo to reach the Insurgents camp BargesWrecked Detroit Mich Oct lOA special to the News from Hancock Mich says that tho barges Wayne and Foster- wero cut adrift during Monday nights galo by the steamer Dart and Tuesday wore on the shore of Lake Su perior 14 miles above tho Portage lako ship canal Nothing Is known yet of tho fate of the llmon who wero on tho two boats Tho lire saving crow has gone to tho wrecks The Dart made the ship canal In safety after cutting looso tho barges Hummel Must Stay In Jail Albany N Y Oct 13 Tho court of appeals In a decision handed down Tuesday decided that Attorney Abra ham N Hummel under conviction for conspiracy in the MorsoDodgo was not entitled to be out on 4 tbciotormlq 4111REAL ESTATE I have a farm containing acres next to tho pike and iu roach of Boron College Title Is a very good farm It has a largo house on it good water good barn anda good orchard There are 15 acres In groan This farm is worth more than I ask for it There is now 4 acres iu tobacco on the place that is art flue as there Is in Madison county Any ono wanting this place will do well to call sad tsee J P Bickuoll at once also havo improved and unimproved lots in tI Dormtcan furnish you with anything you wontfarm fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paints roofing steel and galvanized I make a specialty in putting on roofing If you will call at my store I willshow you tho latest best and most economical oil stoves that are on tho markot A perfect beauty and a groat comfort tottho lady iu the kitchen I have a very complete line of groceries hardware dry goods clothing and if you want a good suit of clothes at very little money como and see mo J P5 BICKNELLR- eal Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY t t V- OrrrrrrrrrkKKRkkK I krKKkks II DR rlSkatrlratetxttatKkkKRrtatttrptkK r oe WHO SAID GROCERIES e 33i K She ought to have said it through the telephone No or have called in person and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON k When you want good things at low prices hes the mantto talk with 5 20 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 tf Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth55-a White Rose Flour per Sack 50 12 Pint Cups tsIK All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before t All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered nOOnI K 1 i L Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store iIRkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkdekkkkkkkG LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE- RAILROA Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 j Doing North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron338a in I 011ArriraArrive Cincinnati7Oa m Going North Train 2 Dolly Leave Korea 121 p m Arrive Richmond200 pu Arrive 1aris330 p m Arrive Cincinnati010 p m Doing South Train I Dally Leave Berea 121 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Joint South Train I Dally Leave Borea1220a aL Arrive Knoxville 730 a m KQtlPMKNT Tralna number I and 3 tarfJ Parlor tar andcoocbnbrtMrcn Cincinnati and Knotvtllc In both illtrctlon Tratna nuns her t and 4 carry Pullman mtlbulrd Sleeping car and cache between Cincinnati and Knox title In both direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent Dressmaking by Mrs Austin No 7 ML Vernon street Drink WatnscottB Pop Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or moro can get some at It II Chrismana Furniture storeIWalnsooltfl Pop Is a healthy Tonic FOR BOTH Ono disease of thinnces in children is Bcrofula in adults poorbloodThese diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is tho best means of overcoming them j cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heros a natural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is of HO much valuo in all cases of scrofula and consumption More fnt more weight more nourishment thats whyu Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 40945 Purl Street New York 60can4tl00 U II II II Atl dng tN kkkkkkltkkkkkkkkkkkklrtstrKirk0F I LIVERISH This Morning 7II l A And Gentle LuatlveJ A OtAHANTKEll CUIIK VOU 1MIES I itching Mind Dlredlng Protruding Wit 1u are authorised to refund money U 1011rtOINTamNTflits tocafLaalosdayr jI KEEP CLEAN l j IJand clothes cleaned and JJThe Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 500 a suit is all it will poet you HOUSES TO RENT Beroa College has a few desirable houses to rent in Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any week day 040 to 12 a m or 8 to 4 p m BARGAINSM- eal OOo per bushel Granulated Sugar5c per lb Flour 40o to 660 per sack Best Bacon110per Ib Salt 400 per 100 Iba Good Coffee 12Jo and 16o per Ib All other goods at the lowest pos sible prices M D SETTLE Big Hill Ky tairtR KKKkststltstkk tkkkk t For Sale or I Rent Cheap A nice little Cottage House of four rooms on Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on or address D HOLLIDAY IO ESTATE AGENT KAIM ST IIBRKA KY Il1MfII l J EVIL IN OWNERSHIP SAYS ROOSEVELT 1I NATIONAL SUPERVISION IS ONLY PROPER METHOD REMEDY WITH CONGRESS Control of the Great Common Carriers of the Country Prevents Necessity of Considering Radical Theories The government ought not to con duct the business of the country but It ought to regulate It so that It shall be conducted In the Interests of the public To exercise a constant ly Increasing and constantly more ef ficient supervision and control over the great common carriers of the country prevents all necessity for see riously considering such a project as tho government ownership of railroads Ipolicy which would be evil In Its results from every standpoint Pres ident Roosevelt HnrrJsburR PaPreeldont Rooso volt broko tho silence of several months to make an addrcus at the r dedicatory exercises of tho Pennsyl vania state capItol paying especial attention to the problems Involved In tho centralization of wealth and of corporate power Tho president talked strongly on the subject of placing m curb on tho stupendous fortunes of tho country HO far as they are given a froo field in tho business world and declared for national control of tho concerns buslpesslthat he believes there Is no necessity or rea son for applying the principles to the extreme of government ownership of railroads This he said was most un desirable and could only result in ovll t Under any circumstances lie conI tended that tho restrictions Imposed f by correct and conservative national upervlslon of these roads and of the 1 largo corporations would correct ob jeetlonal acts and practices and make government operation uncalled for Duty Is with Congress Surrounded by an assomblaga of distinguished citizens and officers ofI the Keystone state and talking to one of the greatest audiences over gath ered at a state capital the president spoke to tfo people of tho country of the noteworthy things of tho recent and of the Impending problems the near future Tho states he can do much to root out special 1or within their limits but on the questions Involving the union of tho president nMftrtod tha- tonlyearefelandwlae 1f III1ttonbr congress could bo offwctlve While ho said he abhorred class hatred and despised the narrow hatred of n of wealth because they arm I wealthy the chief magistrate asserted it was the duty of tho people to bring about adeQuato supervision and con trol of the business use of the awol Ion fortunes of today Ha continued And also wisely to determine the conditions upon which three fortunes are to bo transmitted and the percent aRe that they shall pay to the govern ntent whose protecting arm alone en I ablet them to exist Only tho nation eon do this work t To relegate It to the states Is A farce and Is simply another way of I saying that It bo dojufat Ml Federal Power Adequate The president said that under a wise cometlieved the national government has the power to deal with all wealth that In any way voce Into the commerce bee tween states Therefore while con gross should avoid any demagogic leg Illation President Roosevelt bad this to suggest But on tho other hand It shall ami must ultimately bo understood that tho United States government on behalf of the people of the United States has and Is to exercise tho power of sui grvielon and control over the bust ness use pf this great wealth In tho llrst place over all of the work of the coimon carriers of tho nation and In tM next place over tho work of all the corporations which directly or indirectly do any Interstate busi ness whatoverand this Includes ale most all of the groat corporations President Roosovqlt referred to what already has been accomplished in this respect and complimented Senator Knozt of Pennsylvania formerly at torriey general of the United States for tho part ho had played in proso cutlng tho big cases brought by tho government Praise for Keystone State the president opened his address with an expression of his pleasure at being Invited to speak on an occasion so referring to the part Pennsylvania had played in the na tions history and complimenting its peopjo for their ruggodnoss of char actor their1 enterprise and their par trlojlsm g= Public Land Withdrawn Washington The secretary of tho Interior has withdrawn from entry all the public land within an area of 100 r OOQ ncreij in the San plego land district In California to bo In corporatod in the San Diego forest reserve Governors Wife Holds Her Own Sprlngtteld JIIDr L C Taylor the attending physician of Mrs Charles S Deneen stated that hero was Im provement in the condition ot his par tient and that she was string aa well as could be expectedI LYNCHED AN INNOCENT NEGRO A MOB AVENGED THE KILLING OF A WHITE MAN And Wounding of Hit Son In Arkansas By Stringing Up a Negro and Rid dung Body With Bullets Argonta Ark Oct 8As a sequel to tile killing of John Lindsay and tho wounding of his son Policeman Milton Lindsay hero Saturday night presum ably by Oarrett Colum and Chas Col um negroes H Blackburn a negro Innocent was lynched at tho corner of Sixth and Main streets Tho lynching Is tho latest link In a chain of clashes between whites and blacks which started on September 2 when a white man named It R McDonald killed a nogro musician named Wiley Shelby Next day at the lnque t held at Col urns undertaking store a difficulty arose In which Robert Colum was kill ed and Deputy Constable Ed Lindsay and Oorrott Culurn severely wounded tho latter emerging from tho hospital only Saturday Policeman Milton Lindsay a brother of lid Lindsay was also hurt at that time Saturday night Policeman Milton Lindsay and his father wore walking past tho Colum store when they were fired on from ambush John Lindsay was kilted on tho spot His son wax severely wounded but managed to crawl out of range When tho police and citizens ate tempted to enter tho store they wore fired on It la supposed Charles and Garret Colum did tho shooting Later In the night thinking tho Colum broth era woro still locked In the rear rooms of tho store tho placo was dynamited but the negroes had escaped unseen In the darkness in tho early part of the troubleAt oclock In the morning Will Ilardlag a painter was halted on the street by unknown parties whether black or white he could not tell Shot In the Back Ho was asked If ho was black or white On replying that ho was whlto ho was told to go back and while leaving he was shot In tho back At 2 oclock James Mahoney a contractor and A I Holding a reporter of the little nook Gaetto while going 0 see Harding were fired on from four dif ferent quarters with shotguns Maho noy was painfully shot in the hand Melding clothes woro peppered with buckshot but none entered his body At noon Sunday H Blackburn 37 a negro who conducts n confectionery store In Argenta was arrested on lUll picion of being the roan who fired on Mahoney and Holding Tho town was qUIAt all day but as a precaution Mayor Faucotto and Sher lit Kavanaugh swore In 16 extra policeman and the sheriff sent several ex tra deputies to assist the police The lynching of Blackburn was qui etly put through In a buslnoaillkc way Shortly before 10 oclock four masked mon entered the police station from tho roar nnd one covered the turnkey with a pistol while the others got his keys quickly unlocked Illackburns cell and took hint out the back way Not a shot was fired and there was no loud talk so that four police officers on the street a few blocks away know nothing of what was going on until they heard several shots fired at Main and Sixth street Running there they found Blackburn already dead hung ton telegraph pole while tho crowd were apparently merely onlookers LANDING OF AMERICAN TROOPS Was Accomplished With Marvelous Dispatch at HavanlI occujIlatlonday with marvelous promptness and GOO men of tho Fifth United States In fantry and 350 men of the Second bat talion of engineers are settled under canvas In Camp Columbia Tho cruis er Brooklyn arrived with 400 men on- board and will be sent to camp Gon Funston established his headquarters at Mariano convenient to hiss roIIlortforco of regulars under Funstona command until tho ar rival of Gen Dell who will direct tho distribution of the forces throughout tho Island Within an hour from tho time that the transport Sumner amo alongside tho railroad wharf tho dls embarking had boon completed and 850 men landed Fireman Was KlUed Chattanooga Term Oct SIn a wreclt on tho Western Atlantic road north of Dalton tho northbound passenger train was hurled from the track by a broken axle on tho engine FIre man Will A Hughes Atlanta was In stantly killed and Engineer C A Don nett Atlanta was badly Injured Sultan To Reorganize Army Brussels Oct 8 According to a dIs- patch from Constantinople the sultan purposes to reorganize the Turkish gendarmerie In tho provinces of Smyr na Beirut and Adrlanopolls under Bel glnn army oincors hitherto employed in Macedonia Young Man Shoots Himself Nashville Tenn Oct 8Odoll Tucker aged 18 years quarreled with his mother Mrs Rosa Tucker living near Howell relative to a young woman ho Intended to marry and then commit ted suicide by shooting himself in the breast with a shotgun Will Break Corn Combine Mexico City Oct 8 Measures will bo taken by tho government to pre vent hoarding of corn In anticipation of higher prices and It Is probable that the duty on foreign corn will bo temporarily removed WOULD CURB BIG FORTUNES PRESIDENT TO URGE REFORM MESSAGE TO CONGRESS INI Will Recommend Enactment of Inherl tance Tax LawField Estate an Instance Washington President Roose velt has Inserted In the prelimin ary draft ot his forthcoming annual message to congress a recommenda tion that a law bo passed Imposing a national tax upon Inheritances Tho president first called public attention to this idea In his celebrated muck rake speech which ho delivered at the laying ot tho comer stone of tho office building ot tho house of repre sentatives April 14 last Therein he expressed the view that ulUmately the United States would have to consider tho adoption of some suchscheme as that of a progressive tax on all fortunes beyond a certain amount either given In Ufo or devised or bequeathed upon death to any in dividual a tax so framed as to put It out of the power of the owner of one of these enormous fortunes to hand on more than A certain amount to any one Individual Such taxation should be aimed merely at tho Inheritance or transmission In their entirety of those fortunes swollen beyond all healthy limit Ho deeply regrets for Instance that there was no such law to prevent Mar shall Field from tying up his estate In the way he did The Field fortune is regarded as having swollen beyond all healthy limits at tho time of its creators death It will bo a positive menace by the time It Is turned ovor to the heirs If John D Rockefeller and other wealthy moo of the country should follow the example of Mr Field there would develop an oligarchy of wealth which would bring disaster to tho American people- AMERICAN WINS BALLOON RACE Lleut Lahm Captures Contest for James Gordon Bennett Cup Paris Uncertainty regarding tho result of the balloon raco fur tho James Gordon Bcnnet cup started from hero Sunday afternoon was end dIspatchIcompanion Col Capper In the bal loon Britannia landed between Sand gingham and the sea at C30 Monday night thus establishing that Lieut Frank P Lahm Sixth cavalry U S A the American competitor In the raco who descended near Whitby Monday afternoon In tho balloon United States Is tho winner Signor von Wilier of Italy Is sec ond Count de la Vaulx of Franco third and Hun O S Rolls of Great Britain fourth The beautiful cup presented for com petition by James Gordon Bennett be1 comes a trophy of tho Aoro Club of America The first cash prize of 2900 goes to Lieut Labia and the en durance modal to Mr Rolls who was the longest In tho air 264 hours BRIDGE OVER FALLS COLLAPSES One High School Student Killed When Crowded Structure Gives Way MenomInee Mich While a party of 25 students of Oconto Will high school woro standing on a footbridge at Oconto Falls Wls Friday watching tho falls the structure collapsed hurl- Ing the whole party 40 feet luto the stream William Dallou aged 14 years was killed and Vlga Sentll Ha zel Denizen and Frank Donlevy seriously Injured Prof Nowcomb tho in structor was badly hurt and several others wero slightly Injured Kansas Pioneer Dead Kansas City MoWilliam Weston a pioneer who held many municipal otr flees here died aged 75 years Mr Weston who served through tho civil war In a Kansas volunteer regiment came of a family of soldiers Old River Captain Dead Watertown N YCnpt William N Vlsgor aged 49 owner of tho unseen ger steam yacht Idler and one of tho host known St Lawrenco river steam boat men died suddenly Thursday at Alexandria Bay of heart failure Opens Wisconsin Campaign Milwaukee The Democratic state campaign opened hero Thursday night when John A Aylward the candidate for governor spoke on tho principles of his party before an enthusiastic gathering In Pabst theater COMING CABINET CHANGES Secretaries Moody and Shaw to Retire This Winter Washington Two retirements from the presidents cabinet are slated for the coming winter They are those of Attorney General Moody whose resig nation will become effective about the lit of December and that of Secretary Shaw who according to present Intentions will retire in February For one of these vacancies to be cre ated tho president will nominate George V L Meyer American ambas sador to Russia but for the other ho Is not yet ready to announce a suc cessor Mr Roosevelt has sought to prevail on Attorney General Moody to re- maIn in the cabinet but tho latter because of business arrangements he has made has found it Impossible to do soHe also would like to have Secretary Bonaparte take Mr Moodys place when the latter retires but the former prefers the position at the head of tho navy department with whose workings he has become thor oughly familiar Some suggestion has been mado that Secretary Metcalf of tho depart ment of commerce and labor take ono of tho positions to be made vacant in tho proposed shifting of cabinet of Aces but he also has expressed a preference to remain where he Is POLICY KING KILLS HIMSELF AI Adams of New York Ends Lifo with RovolverI New YorkAlbert J Adams who mado a large fortune as the head ot the policy gambling combine shot himself In the head Sunday night at his apartments In the Ansonla In this city Ills dead body was found Mon day morning Adams had been In poor health since his release from Sing Sing prison where he served a term for having conducted a policy game in New York At tho office of tho Colonial Secure ity company of which Adams Is treasure it was said Monday that Adams had been 111 of diabetes for a year and that It was this Illness which must have prompted him to commit suicide New YorkCoroner Harburger In a statement mado Tuesday gave an Intimation that he was not entirely satisfied that tho death of Al Adams the former socalled policy king was the result of suicide DEAD AT BLUEFIELD MAY BE 70 Twentynine Bodies Have Been Recov ered From Pocahontas Colliery Blueflcld W Vn Twentynine bod lee have been recovered fromthe west fork of tho Pocabontas Collieries como pany mlno at Pocahontas Va and o conservative estimate places the total number of dead at 70 The rescuing party reached the scone of the explosion but the 1m menso amount of debris and wreckage has hampered the search for bodies There Is no evidence thus far of fire Raton N M A disastrous ex plosion occurred early Friday In the Dutchman foal mine at Blossburg a small camp five 1l1esfrom Raton In which 15 miners are supposed to have lost their lives Three bodies have been recoverodIIowa W C T U Is Reunited Dea Moines IaBy mutual agree ment of separate conventions held In this city Wednesday two branches of tho W C T U one known as tho W C T U of Iowa and tho other as the W C T U of the state of Iowa wore consolidated Into ono body They were divided 16 years ago by a dispute over nonamllaitlonBig Earthquake Wnshlnugton The RegllteredI Friday issued a that o bureaus seismographs recorded tithergreatearthquakebee ginning nt 905 p m on October 1 but that the earthquake probably was not disastrous Shaw Speaks In Ohio Hamilton O Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw addressed a large audience In Becketts hall here Friday The secretary spent two hours at the Butler county fair whore ho upoko briefly Withdraws Hague Expense Bill The Hague In tho lower house of the states general Friday the govern mont withdraw the bill authorizing the expenditure of 16000 fpr the reception of tho members to the second peace conference 0 I 1 I f I SMASHED CARS Into Kindling Wood and Several Per sons Were Injured Louisville Ky Three men engi neer and and firemen of the train and a clerk in the mall car were badly Injured and four other mall clerks were slightly Injured and all the passengers on the southbound L N fast mall tram were jolted up when that train crashed into the rear of a local freight train standing on tho main line at Lyndon The cause of tho wreck is not clear It L Utterback conductor of the mall train said that the freight train was standing on tho main lino over which the passenger had the right of way at tho time when they struck it Tho englno of the passenger train plowed through the caboose and three cars at the rear of the freight smash log them into kindling wood The so riously Injured are Fred J Flanagan engineer Louisville about tho chest not thought to be serious Charles Mahoney fireman Louisville cut and bruised about the head and shoulders skull fractured G E Tatum mall clerk Cincinnati hurt about the back C M Blakeman mall clerk Smiths Grove hurt Internally A LIghtburn mall clerk Cincinnati bruised and shaken up SHOT DOWN i By the Supposed Messenger From His Wife In Tennessee Pinovllle KyAbe Scott shot and Instantly killed J IL Napier at A J fishers stave mill near this place lie Immediately surrendered and was placed In jail It is claimed that an uncle of Scott named Messer and Na piers wife have been living In Ten nessee It Is thought from letters re calved by Messers friends hero that Mesacr demanded of Napier that things claimed to be owned by Mcsaer be sent to them and that Scott was sent to get the things and take them to the couple Napier was a hard working man and a good citizen There was some talk of violence but no further trouble Is expected at this time STRIKER OF TOWN CLOCK Crashed Through the Ceiling Soon After Court Was AdjournedI Georgetown KyAs Judge Robert- I Stout sat reading depositions short ly after adjourning circuit court the striking weight of the town clock eras hod through the court house coil ing startling the whole city The weather had affected the metal cable which swings this weight con sisting of 1200 pounds of scrap Iron bound in a box 12 feet long in the clock tower on top of tho court bouse After 30 years service It dropped through tho upper floor and audIto- rium ceiling tearing apart 18Inch ratters Adjournment of court had averted a dire disaster Shot His SonlnLaw Winchester KIn a remote per lion of the county Robert Shrout shot his soninlaw William Ingram from the effects of which Ingram died The two men lived In the same house and quarreled because Shrout tried to get a couple of boys ta his employ to fight each other for Shrouts amusement At the Horse Show Louisville Ky Among the visitors In attendance on the horse show nro Congressman Joseph L Rhlnock and his wife and daughter of Covington They have been having a delightful time They will be here for several days Judgment Reversed Frankfort KyTho judgment of the Jefferson chancery court first dlvl sion In a case off James B Bell and others against tho Louisville Water Co was reversed by tho court of ape peals and remanded o allow plaintiffs to amend their petition To Open Lexington Home Louisville After a discussion last Ing the better part of the day the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias through Its committee appointed to Investigate all Its phases decided to open the Widows and Orphans home to the order In Lexington Jockey Miller Killed Louisville Ky Jockey B Miller who sustained Injuries by a fall on Dresden In the second race died at the University hospital His death was caused by a fracture of tho base of tho skull Jockey Millers home was In Now York To Name Labor Candidates Lexington KyTho Central Labor Council held a meeting and decided to namo candidates for councilmen ale leimen and members of till board of education A mass meeting will be held when candidates will be chosen Immigration Conventioti Paducah KyTbo first immigration convention of Southwestern Kentucky convened here About 200 delegates from this section and Southern Illinois are In attendance Capt W J Stono of Lyon county Kentucky was elected permanent chairman PollonlnoI 63 sup posed he committed suicide Dr Mul Iln camo hero a short time ago from Henderson Ky where his family is llvlnir I II Ti INTERESTING STATE NEWS FOND ADMIRER i 11 Of Late Gov Goebel Was Relative Who Passed Away Cincinnati Mrs Angle Goebel at tbelOf her lifelong friend Mrs Rosa Aiee han at 113C Eastern avenue She d was born In 1523 and was the second wife of the grandfather of the lato statesman Arthur and Justus and she was extremely fond of the threo boys whose subsequent notable careers In politics and business she watched with pride and pleasure When her hair slivered and her vi tality was sapped by the encroachment of old age her every wish waa anticipated and supplied by the Goe bel brothers The lato governor however was her favorite and she fairly Idolized the man When be fell under an assassins bullet the happi ness was taken from her life After his death sho was a changed woman At the time of her death she was the second oldest member of St Pauls German church at Eleventh and Bankllck streets CovIngton and the sfuneral took place from that church 4 NEW SET OF OFFICERS TChosen By the Pythian Grand Lodge Meets In Paducah Next Louisville KyThe election of offl cers for the ensuing year and a board of directors for the widows and orphans home and tho selection of Pa- ducah as the placo for holding the next t state convention constituted tho prin cipal business transacted by the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias TIm following officers were elected Grand chancellor Milton I McLean Coving ton grand vice chancellor George D Young Louisville grand prelate O IL Jarmsgrand Inner guard W J Hlsson New 1 port grand outer guard J ScboberthiJ Versailles grand keeper of records and seal J W Carter Owonsboro grand master of exchequer Jule Plum mer Bellevue The following board oC directors for the widows and orphans home was elected Three year terms W C G Dodds Lexington and Em met Orr Owensboro two year terms Lucien Davis Hopklnsvllle and n M Hunter Nicbolasvllle one year term McHtnry Rhodes Owensboro LEXINGTON GIRL I Who Eloped With a Detroit Man Now Sues for 30000 Detroit Mich Julia Thorburn Ha zleton wife of Arthur Hazjeton owner of a fashionable riding school started suit against her motherin law and brother In law asking for 30000 damages for alienation of her husbands affections Mrs Hazleton was at one time a society belle of Lexington and eloped to Windsor In July 1901 and secretly married Ha zleton son of a wealthy lumberman of Detroit Mrs Hazleton alleges hv her bill that the husbands mother and brother worked on his jealousy by telling him that she dressed styl ishly so that other men would notica her Her husband she says Is now In Manitoba Caleb Powers Case Georgetown KyThe caw of Ctljb Powers under sentence of death for the assassination of Senator William Goebel In January 1900 was passed ta tho February term by agreement ot counsel Powers has ben tried three times being sentenced to life Imprts I onment twice and to death once New Trial Is Ordered Frankfort KyThe court of appeals 1 reversed for new trial tho case of tho South Covlngton and dada nati Street Railway Co against Ellen Core from Newport She recoveredt7500 damages tor Injury being thrown to the street by tho cat starting too In soonILouisville KUnder an order en erod by Judge Shackleford Miller hs f Central Stock Yards Co which bas taken a prominent part In tho live stock trade of Louisville since Its or ganization In July 1901 went Into the hands of a receiver a I j A Peculiar Court Case Lexington KyA peculiar court conflict developed hero A K Hayncs was called in the police court to stand trial on a charge of petit larceny but was unable to appear as he was one it of the jurors now In tho Thomas DowJ case for murder In another court i Injured Are Much Improved Louisville KyTho seven trainmen and postal clerk injured in the collls Blon between Southbound Laulsvllla and Nashville Passenger Train No ti and a freight at Lyndon are much lou proved More Paroles Frankfort KThe board of prlsoa commissioners Issued the following pa roles John Smith sent up from Clay tcounty for life for the murder of Elias Bakor Wm McLaughlin and Norman Thompson each sent up for one yeas from Puloskl county for stealing Kentucky Postmasters j Washington Fourthclass poatmaa tore were appointed for Kentucky as follows Ash Camp Plko county William II Ratcllffo Falrvlew Todd cout ty Amanda B t Clav countv Minnie Brownt i u 1 1 AoioAotlotoAOSOAoAoAOtrosotaotloioAoAOtoYoAoioAoAOioYoAo East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else io gOh Ho eomtpondence published unless ilcned IB tin by the writer The homeoU not for publication bat M an triiein ofstood filth Write plainly 0 SPFAK1NO TOUll Ire+ Idrutnn4Jt11 nhnllnrtOutthrutho President Frost and Mrs Frost nc companied part of the time by Prof Dlnsmorc ore to visit a number of places In October At each place Mrs Frost will spook especially to parents and ladles are particularly Invited to be present Dwarf Friday Oct 12 P M nnd night- Hlndmon Saturday Oct 13 Court House 2 p m Hindman Sunday Oct 14 Preaching day and night Carr Fork Church House SUnday Oct 1C P M nnd night Jloclihouso Colson Postofflce Tuesday Oct 1C P M and night Whltesburg Wednesday Oct 17 PI and night Mouth of Rockhoiise Thursday Oct 18 P M and night Cornettsvllle Friday Oct 19 P II and night Viper Saturday October 20 A M nnd P M Hazard Sunday October 21 Preaching day and night Avawtim Monday October 22 P M nnd night Mouth of Cntshln Tuesday Oct 23 P M and night Hydan Wednesday Oct 21 P M nud night Manchester Saturday Oct 27 P M and night Burning Springs Sunday Oct 38 Preaching day and night TILE rirruiiK OF TIII JIOITNTAINS Hpeecli of President Front nt St ifelene President Frost spoke at St Helens Leo Co Oct 4 to an audienco which entirely filled the largo church house There was inspiring music by local talent Rev R T Moore of Primrose led in prayer Pros Frost said in part The mountain region is one of Gods grand divisions of our country It is not marked off by State lines but by the finger of the Creator Until I began my work so far as known no man had even traced the boundaries or measured the extent of this vast region which inclndes a port of eight states- I have visited the principal moun tain countries of the old world to see how the people there live and to find out what good things they have which we can imitate and copy in our mountains The mountain reigion was less cursed by slavery than were other parts of the South Its young people have good minds and good bodies and with proper education theymay overflow from their mountains and have a great and good influence upon the whole circle of Southern States The mountain region will be one of the most important parts of our country when it has education and good roads MADISON COUNTY MALLORY SPRINGS The Public School Teachers of the rifth Magisterial District of Madison County met nnd hold their annual Association nt Kingston September 29 For soifle reason only about half of the teachers of the district showed up but a great many citizens showed their Interest In the cause of good schools and education by turning out and with their aid the days work was made a success All present had an excellent opportunity of getting an Inspiration and going away wiser than they came The exerclces were conducted by one of Madison countys ablest teach ers Miss Margaret Crooke It Is to be regretted that many of the teachers on the program were absent but Mr Perry Jackson Horace Caldwell and 6thara very ably filled their places Our County Superintendent Mr No land gave an able address on The Importance of Professional Training Mr Crooke one of Madison countys earliest teachers entertained the nu 01 nce by telling some of his experience In teaching away back In the forties and fifties It has been thirty yeas since he has taught any but ho still hoe the spirit of teaching Kingston Is certainly to be envied for her good cooks The good ladles showed their skill along this line by spreading R feast fit for princes and kings and every ones stomach as well a head was filled Tlie public can be assured that the- tgtie of educatlonwlll not suffer in tkbands of a majority of the people at Kingston If one may judge by the way Dr Martin and a great many of the prominent citizens took hold and handled n great many of the uestlons brought up MOTU Sept 29Saturday Oct 13 at 200 oclock tho Sunday School Teachers Association will meet at Pilot Knob Church All the Sunday school teachers and superintendents are invited to attend George Noe n student of IrsaMM Moody entertained a crowd of young folks at their home Saturday timeTheTeachers Kingston cises began at ten a in with singing aniS prayers by O P Jackson Wel come address Miss Crooke Response Mr Caldwell Christian Character 0 P Jackson Heredity Against Envir SuptNolandpin r employment and allow the lad schoolsGeneral r t Qroon Xolnnd Margaret Crooke V- PIe Lawson of tai t place has purchased n farm of one hundred nerve near Lexington ICy Wo regret to lose uch good neighbors Everybody In this part of tho country tnkes Tho Citizen IIUIITTII Oct 8Messrs Smith Screech and Gilbert of Clay county passed thru beer with a nice drove of cattle on way to Richmond Bas VanWlnklo has sold his farm to John Carpenter He expects to reside with his son in Berea Mr and Mrs John Turner are tho happy parents of a now boy Little Malcolm Turner son of John Tumor Is suffering with n carbuncle Kill Is Webb Is on tho sick list this week Georgo Hnzlewood and family residents of this place last year have returned from Ohio And have rented In the Bobtown neighborhood Frank Brown who has been visit Ing hero returned to Ohio recently Mr and Mrs Julius Webb have sev oral of their relatives as visitors this week from Clay county Charlie Morgan has returned to his brother sufferingfrom GARRARDICQUNTYCAinwusviiii Oct IWe have plenty of rain and very little sunshine theeedaysFann- era aro cutting corn sowing wheat and cutting hauling and housing tholr tobacco Tobacco has matured earlier this year than usualIrs Geo Allen Line been quite sick for UIO past week but is now improving Mrs Champ Shlvomate of Paint Lick Is very low with consumption She cant possibly live long Mrs J G Clark and Mrs R C Basin called on friends In Car tersvllle Saturday evening Mr nnd Mrs Jem Nave were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs J G Clark last Sunday Dora Ada and Pearl Boaln and Lena Nave visited Tatosvllle Saturday and Sunday at Mrs Webb Kellys Miss Naves sister Fred Nance who has been traveling for his health Is now visiting his sister Mrs R C foam and friends at Paint Lick We ore all clad to see Mr Nantz back In Old Kentucky as he has been absent for eleht years Eve Merryman of White Hall School visited her sister Mrs Tillie Green from Friday until Satur dayIrs J G Clark was In Paint Lick lost Friday Eptat are selling at SOcents a dozen at Paint Lick and apples around here sell at 20 cents per buihel Bro McCollum of Lex ington will preach at Paint Lick Sun day He will preach at Fairview on the second and fourth Sunday In each monthROCKCASTLE COUNTY IHSrUTANTA Oct 1Dorn to Mr and Mrs Bays Smith twins a fine girl and a fine boyThe protracted meeting at Clear Creek closed Sept 30 with five additions to the church Willie Mulllns and family have gone to Louisville to IIveWm B take of Borea Is vis Ring his sitter Dal v Like of this place Vlrgla and Ruth Payne visit ed Ella Daisy and Katy Lake of Ber ea Saturday and Sunday Daisy Lake dismissed school this week on account of the sickness of her sister Janie Drew of Cooksburg Is staying with Mrs Swlnford Mr and Mrs Will Shearer are visiting on Brush Creek Mary J Abney who has been visiting on Brush Creek has ro returned home BOONE Oct 2Mfrs Mary Martin Is visit ing Anna Hamblon this weekJohn Hnmblen who has been sick for a few days Is able to be out again J H Lambert sold to B A Riddle a fine mule last week Henry Hamblon visited his son In Richmond Monday Charles Owens purchased one of the fine western ponies at Berea and It died two days laterMrs Tom Cof fey of Berea visited her parents Mr and Mrs B B Chasteen Saturday and SundayMr G L Wren purchased a saw mill from Bush Moore of Fox town KvMrs 1 B Coyle pur chased the place known as the old Brannaman farm from J H Lambert SaturdayD G Martin is visiting relatives In Richmond this week CLIMAX Oct 8We are still having plenty of rain but now it looks ns tho we were going to have some nice weather Farmers are complaining of their corn rotting on account of so much rain Willie Forsythe and sister Lizzie left recently for Hamilton 0 whore they will spend a few months When they return they will enter school at Berea Marshal Swlmford the road commis sioner was hero last week looking af ter the roads Folster Pannell and wife from Knox county were visiting here last weekW J Chasteen and son Sherman have rented the farm and bought the stock of goods where W C Ogg now lives at Dlsputanta and are planning to move November Inev Andy Balllncer nnd Mrs Bell Rlgsby were married October 4WIIl- ie Chasteen visited relatives on Crook ed Creek Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY LKROSE Sept 31We are having lots of the rainy weather at this place People are selling their stock on account of feed They say It is better to sell them now than to haul them off If they should be starved to death this winter W M Gibson sold sixteen head of cattle at 3V4 cents They amounted to 39200There Is some sickness at this place Bob Gibson of Meadow Creek Is down with Pneu Campbell homo with J C Rose and stayed all night They report good times Walter Greenberry Gibson and their sister will be In Berea In a few days andtamllycounty In a few days Every one is hIlSbeenMeadow Creek He will start for Wls ofBessio day by Rev Henry Taylor and Sara Ramsey OA11JtH Oct GIt has been raining nearly every day for a month and old men say say that It Is the wettest fall they ever saw Corn that has been cut and shocked is greatly damaged And those who have onne to make up are at n standstill C li Gabbard was at Boonevlllo Wednesday and Thursday Prof Harvey S Murdock of Wlth crspoon College Buckhorn Ky will give a lecture at Grassy Branch schoc house Oct 15Mir and Mrs Daniel Robinson are the parents of a new baby girl Its name Is Edna James R Gabbard and John Reynolds spent List Saturday and Sunday on Cow Creek Mrs II II Rico and daughter of Boonevllle visited relatives here and at Rlcetown last week Will Huffs youngest child Is very sick Dick and Pleas Gabbard are talking about going to Kings Mills In Ohio to YorkMr and Mrs Flndley Bolln are visiting relatives on Llmons Creek In Lee county Tlce Hornby has sold out his wagon and team to Flndley Bolln nt reduced price Rev S K Ramey of South Boonevlllo preached at the Grassy Branch school house last Sunday two weeks ago to a very large audience Ills text was the first Psalm Ho will preach there again the third Sunday In October Mr Doan head of the Donn Tie Co and Mr Usher of Bereu and II C Smith of Sturgeon wore here list week looking out for ties JACKSON COUNTY KKIlltY KNOll Oct IThere has been so much rain this fall that It hM hindered a great deal of apple drying George Korby and sister attended church at Sand Gap Sunday George Johnson Is just recovering from typhoid fever Mary Kerby visited Mvrtlp Click on last SundayM J Broiirtiten visited Jas Clicks family Monday nlght Mlna Jones who has been sick for a lone time Is very poorly Myrtle Click who has been sick for n while Is Im proving Mr and Mrs Jas Click vis- Ited George Johnson Sunday evening Wm Jones has sold his farm to Albert Powell for JC7GOO He means to remove to Bear Wallow soon Kldcn Baker Is still sick with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Walter Williams have returned from Illinois They seem to like their Old Kentucky Home the best Wm Jones purchased a nice cow of L Williams Elmer Click has gone to Richmond to sell his mule tntP ROOK Oct 8 Farmers In this vicinity say there Is so much rain that their corn Is rotting very badly The smallest child of Mr and Mrs T II Eversole has been very sick but Is now better Mr Kelly reports that hU father inlaw was operated on by Dr Gibson of Richmond and Is getting along nicely nowI T and A C Alcorn went to McKee Wednesday on busl nossD N Welch was tho guest of Turner Kelly Wednesday night Mr end sirs June lIavnes left for Middle Fork Saturday to visit Mrs Haynes parents Several of this place attended church nt the Blnnton Flat SundayTurner Kelly and J K Bak er were the guests of J E Parsons Sunday Mrs Bets Snarks was the guest of Mrs Wilson Sunday night Blge Wlleon Is still In the noultry bus Iness lie has Just sold some of his tine stock geeseIt seems funny that a school election can be held after night doesnt It- HUGH 1 Sept 23Peopls are very busy now saving their corn and sugar acne Vernon Ely who cut his foot while cutting crosstles Is slowly Improving Mrs Ely Is visiting friends and rel atives In Virginia Magcle and Geo Benge gave tho young people a sing Ing Saturday evening and all report a fine timeMrs Elizabeth Hale has been visiting In Jackson for the past two weeks Mary Sparks is visiting her mother during the Association Maggie and Bertha Hale of Speed well have been visiting friends and relatives heroA sawmill here has been moved Beatrice lisle entertain ed several young people at her home Thursday night Mack Lain Bertie Hale Mr Anderson and Johnnie Lain were the guests of Maggie Benge last Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Curt Parks visited at J A Parkas Sunday Margaret Azblll and Alice Rose gave the girls and boys an apple peeling Friday night All had a nice time Alston Roe and frothier Sara Azbill and also Sarah Anderson were enter tained at W R Bongos Saturday ev ening Mr Wilson the drummer stay ed over night with J A Parks KVKllOKKKN Oct 1Wnl Powell filled his ap SundayUncle Mr and Mrs Thomas Hammond have moved Into the houses vacated by our Uncle Tackle JonesMr and Mrs Xeddlo Lake of Indian Creek visited Edward Likes and family Saturday and Sunday The Association held at Pine Grove was a great success Mr torhistionally wollJob Morris and sister Loyalle and Fred Lake were the guests of Martha K and Lona Lake SundaytGreen Lake and sister Anna SundnyTom whichhllvesummerDora Sparks of Waneta Saturday Geo and Amos McCollum attended church at Pine Grove Sunday ESTILL COUNTY WAOKIISVILLE Oct 0 Harland the little eon of Mr and Mrs R J Scrivner is real sick Mrs J B Kelly was tho KellySaturdayMr sick list this week Willie Wilson and Vernon Scrivner and Kato Wagers were the guests of Grace nightMollieGabbard of friends Saturday lastRev Peel will begin a protracted meeting at Station Camp church on Monday night attar the third Sunday in this month Maud Park was the guest of Fan Wagers Saturday nlghtMr and Mrs J Q Scrivner spent Sunday afternoon with Mr R J Scrivner b 1 Students Journal I Containing Brtety Notes of Coot Events and Put Trhls And L1riump6s of Bete Students at ar One of tho great advantages of Benin of which wo have us yet undo little is the weather man If other educational institution in 16n1 lucky has one who can approach our Prof Itumold in tho production ol suitable weather for great occasions we have yet to hear of it From his sick bed in tho hospital even he was able last Saturday morning to drive away the clouds which lied boon furnishing us for so long with a superfluity of thud nnd mugginess nnd make the match football game of the afternoon a success and send a big crowd to hear Mrs Murphy in tho evening Mrs Murphy and the first entertainment of tho full Lyco um course wero a success Let us say it in a good strong voicetho course line had n splendid beginning Tho longer Mrs Mtiryhy was here tho more popular she became And tho crowd that heard her Saturday night would have filled tho up per chapel where shwas to have given her entertainment just about twice With Prof Rumold gottingfltrong er every day and SuiiMiino hawks on tho boards for October 27we wonder if the lower chapel will hold tho crowd in the second entertain ment this fall To be sure of getting into the next Students Journal issue till reports of literary society work and plans should bo hinded in by Tuesday morning One which came in last week too lute for publication was from Till UNION SOCIETY Met and had a very interesting program last Friday night It hud sonic good old fashioned songs such as When the bell is ringing written by G W Frazier and U C Ingram also Home Sweet Home Simon Money resigned his office as critic and J H Brannaman was elected in his place- It seems there are some misunder standings as to who may join the UuTbn Society It receives all who are as far advanced as Academy and Normal as active members and oll- A Grammar or B Grammar boys providing that they are capable of doing literary work nod that the society votes them in as active mem bers So any of the Model School boys oro welcome We are glad to see them come and bo with us THE FOOTBALL MATCH Berea Varsity met Willinmsburg Institute on the homo grounds last Saturday nnd tied the score at 0 to 0 The visitors showed the results of their longer training but our boys did well nevertheless We wore crippled in the first bull when Reese our fullback had his ankle injured This caused a general shifting of the team It is hoped that Reese will be in shape for tho game next Satur day Since the game both Welch and C P Bender have dropped from the team This will cripple them soma but under Charles Fulkerson as captain they go to Danville to play Central University next Satur dayNext Saturday Is to bo Mountain Day Walking or riding double or single r WilY THEY DLUSIIEDI Director Rigby said in Harmouia Society last week lliis is one of the prettiest ladies choruses I know of anywhere Some pessimists however thought he was speaking of the Wailing of the Women in Stainers cautata TUB ALPHA ZETA SOCIETY held their annual Oyster Stew last Fri day night October 6 The weather was so bad that tho society could not go to the woods as had been planned but were compelled to hold tho Stew In the Tabernacle A crowd of about fifty was present and every one was In a most jovial mood In order to get themselves In good trim for the slaughter the crowd Indulged In various games acrobatic stunts and wrestling matches Of these the most Interesting one was the match between Messrs Scale and Rlgby In which both came oft victori ousTho program was short and appro priate Music was furnished by the Double Quartet Then Mr Washburn the chief cook of tho evening gave the address of welcome He said that If the oysters should happen not to turn out so good as the ones mother used to bike he hoped no one wool say anything about It for It would forever spoil his chances of getting married Mr Clvde Stilwell In order to whet the appetite of crowd gave a learned discourse on crackers Fol lowing this Alfred Mecso gave a re citation The Chomnlon Snorer which every one enjoyed very much The concluding number was The Oyster a subject which Mr Hoffman treated very skilfully Indeed Then every OTJI Mourned to the real serious work of the evening And every man present drank at least a pint of soup most drank two pinto and ono succeeded In getting away with three pints and he be It said In all due reverence was a member of tho Faculty After the soup came the coffee after the coffee came + he cakes after tho cakes carne the apples and acl1Ing When all had recovered sufficiently t AprrrkkrrkkrkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkgkkrrKrkkkkkKKKRKKKkKKK tK J- Ct a A NEW BOOK t TheMountain People of Kentucky RELATING THE TRUE HISTORY AND- s PRESENT CONDITIONS OF THE i MOUNTAIN PEOPLE JAJ4 iThisMorgan county graduated the Normal Berea lege speaks with authority on hla chosen Ho divided book into ten entitled aa follows Who They Location t8 hi ditions Feuds industries The Public School Secondary Hdu catlon Politics noH lon look one which U die cussede1000 Copies tour weeks Every Loyal Kentuckian Should tend This Book i iTheFOR SALE BY i WILLIAM He CARE OF THE CITIZEN HANEYIitititililhil 471i1A11WrS1 A114W11111iti11 Hunu Always Remember the Full Name Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures aCold in One Day Grip inTwotok- okorokorokokoroKoaolotroKokororoKokoltokokokoKok cBf oa Boc a5c R- or r o 0 0 0 See the SouthwestY JI- o o It sometimes well to leave well enough alone bnt dont o gauge your results by your neighbors The fact that you aroI r doing as well as the other fellow doesnt anything You i- o may have it iti you to do times as well Why depend on hIs yi o businesscompass if your own points Southwest f x- o Take time to investigate tho proposition You will find that co investigation and investment of time energy o 4as well as money are closely allied terms In that great country u o s- r N 0- i Illustrated Literature on Request x o x y r Very Low Round Trip Rates to Southwestern points the First and JC r Third Tuesdays In each Wrlto full particulars 9oA 0 ALoto d KRock Island oI System q oW Department Investment =ftgtrvtmttlaitIt fflCtSKtitit o- OEOH LEEJI= MoOUIREo o II eAlt Diet aiL LlttU Rook OlnolnBttl 0x Jr o7eoSto okoSeoleoleoltoko o1r oSeoltoltoltoieoStofeoleo o3lotto11o11ol1oleo Blind Headache About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen Broadway Augusta Ga suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until tried I d H I P 0 h I I OFCARDUI L I I i Womans Relief I II immediately commenced improve and now I feel like a new woman and wish to recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cure them as it did me US NX Cardul is pure medicinal extract FREELY vegetable herbs which relievesa- nd frankly esafblngfemale regulates female theorgansCOlllderyou tree advice em sealed a proper troublewriteylsory Dept Chattanooga = t alas Co Chattanooga In 6oCt1e jolllficatlon beingThento make a speech The professor was at his best and told a number of stor audienceItmeeting was finally adjourned and every one went home full Joy and Ky from of Col and subject has the chapters Arc Con Out each of ably sold In is spell ten and month for GIn Pue Ark of 1123 to of The Medl TeM 1l0 of The Students Journal editors so fartas they are appointed are Beta Kappa Charles Flanery t jPIr1 Phi Delta Luther Shadoln Alpha Zeta Harry Klnnard JI Utllo Dulce Miss Favllle Athletics Eugeno Thornton J