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I soioeoioioioioioioioioioioo o 3 o I VOL VIII Firo Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 18 IDEAS V GOT HUSYI Dont waste your time dont waste anothers In the hustle dont get dizzy It not for whnt you want on earth for others sakes not busy Selected Proverbs written by Goethe the greatest Herman poet translated tram the original Only do right in your own affairs Otter things will Uiko taro of themselves Most unhappy Is the man who neg lects to do what ho can do and undertakes whnt ho duos not understand I What wonder If he makes an utter failure Its a long time between today and tomorrow So learn quickly to work while you are fresh and strong My Inheritance how lordly how wide suit broad Time Is my Inherl tance my Bcedflold Is time FROM THE WIDE WORLD The KtiMlan government and the Mutual Ilfo Insurance Company be llevo In practical politics We won der If Peabody has been coaching the governZ ordered to refrain from helping e Illitrnla In the election of the next iwrllnmont or Don inn Watch will be kejit by spies of all letters and words of tho Kovornment clerks and officials nnd tiny who In any way assist the liberals are to be Instantly dismissed And further If the next Douina Is not much low radical than the last une the government will cancel the election and put off the formation ot- a parliament for six months or more The next Douma Is to ruprcsent not Hie people but the reigning govern ment The Cubans have laid down their arms promptly Charles K Mngoon haxbeon a pointed provisional gover of 011 11 by President Roosevelt 1nrranched Havana October 9th and Loam his government October 14th A now election for Congress and the office of president Is soon to bo held and then the government Is to bo turned over to thin Cubans again 14 OUR OWN COUNTRY Rev San Jon g the famous Math p txIlM evangelist died suddenly on the train on which he was returning from conducting revival meetings In Okla bouts City to his home In Oartorsvlllo Oa The cowardly grind Jury In Atlanta hiss IndleUHl sixty negroes for murder and sixteen Willie men for riot In Von ncctlon with the inruwaere of negroes which took placo there n weeks ago Is that Georgias trim of Justice Surely a little snore of San Jones phone iing aeons to bo needed On Oalober the 1st laws went int offoot In the slate of New York hibiting the employment of children under sixteen yens of sue In nny fac tory befure 6 sL m or after 7 p in Children under sixteen anti women are forbidden to work In any quarry o mine In tho state Kdwnrd Isvoro- tlisle calls for laws prohibiting labor of any kind for children under sixteen COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Suite Development Convention which met last week In Winchester largely atttndedby repreaentati- from all imrts of the state and Is r- i gardiHl as the most Important meeting of the sort over held In Kentucky It created n permanent organization soon to open headquarters In Louisville ap pointed a commission to provide for nn exhibit at tho Jamestown Expos lion an opened a campaign for the reformation of tho state tax system Much time was spent In discussing tho coal Industry and one speaker gave evidence to prove that Kentuck I wilt sown become the greatest coal pro during stato In the Union Tim Jufpnlln Court nt llrnimr And a great Judge who has Intro duced Into this Institution tho spirit of humanity A decent town of decent kids li what Hen ll Ltndsuy the Just judge Is trying to mako out of Den ver Lincoln Stcffens In tho October McCluroB tells how Judge Llndsey founded hits Juvenile Court tho most remarkable Instltutnon of its kind In tho world and of how ho evolved n now nnd more human method of dealing with child criminals Story after story Is given of tho Judges encounters with tho bad boys of Denver stories full of pathos and humor which throw a revealing light on the thoughts and motives of children Judge Llndsey won tho confidence ofI the tough kids lie carne down ort tho bench to the boy and got the boy to toll his side of the case Am the children who lied to their teachers nUll parents told tho truth to thoI Judge thingslonly understanding writes Mr Stef tens ho sympathizes with a feller If a kid describes how he Raw an easy clmnco to steal and not get caught the Judge exclaims Gee that was a fine chance Thats certain But square Hank Mistake after 1I1Isj take Is confessed weakness after weakness no crimes you understand for the kid and tho Judge they see things through the kids eyes with all tho mitigating circumstances 1JilltgOgangs of Denver and the boys do not walt to be summoned before him they como of their own accord when EOnoyears shuck his tread Into the door of tho Judges private room askedfIs this hunt Uio boy asked Yes my boy Im the Judge Well Im Johnny IlMonbaum nnd I came down to aea you I Yea Im glad youve como John but what lid you come torT Well lie said Joo Rosenthal Jio used to como down hero Md her swiped things once Anti I ewlp ed something and ho said I bolter r ti OI000IOeoeOSOeOeoloe000eoeo111E CITIZEN SOCIALISM The plan of is to give to everyone the same Chance to make the most out of like a goad thing Will Smiths father is a millionaire living In a big city John Jones father is a poor mart livin in a log cabin twenty miles from town Will goodjeducationSocialism that the government Shall own the oil business that makes Wills father rich and the farm that keeps Johns father poor and give to both a com fortable home the same chance to set an education and then when they are ready to work give each man the work to do which he can do best That sounds good doesnt it But then as things are now Vill must hustle if he is to grow richer and all13utlittle they did and neither could get rich no matter how hard he worked as Sociali m plans it is likely that one or both of them would be too lazy to do his share of the worlds work And if all the Johns and Wills failed to do their share of work then everything would run down instead of making progress as at present Tills is the greatest difficulty with the plan of come down hero and see you about It AH right but what have you come to pie about It fort The tears started Well he said I nine down hero to toll you Id rut It out and never do It again And I thought Id better get hero before the cop did Joo sold tho COil ud ditch a kid that swiped things but that I youd help a feller to ditch the slplnIfor 0111 header CowleyThis of short I owIcyCitizen reader ought to read every one of them MOUTH IJUKATHING RIIIItbewith a healthy nose Is n ver rmltI Moahibreathinghealthy condition of the nose This thpovurgrowththe nose between the nose and euhelluplnet resemble the l thrlatI as they do and under alioti tho some conditions Tho evil results of mouthbreathing will bo np parent to anyone who will think foe a blngRTmedpassing thru tho note gora odlrectty thru the mouth nnd reach cold dry and loaded dust The result of this Is dry oa attacks i neaii to develop properly wher mallpoorlyIngs breathets open snores or has constant colds In 1hysleIs done HHKN IN TIn MOUNTAINS rrrolilrnt IroU In llrmthlU anti Knoll Jackson tho capItol of Drenlhltt la town1Vbiskey trlendIy arenotSevern heron students are there In D- elrtleand forceleCourthouse listartedwereentertalnltt DwnrfSundl1Yman and further appointments ihown on another page of The Citizen everywhere the president has been greaanddeal otbeautifulDo you get your Citizen i every week Ifnot you will do a kind ness to yourself and the paper by writing to The Citizen Berea Ky and saying what numbers you have not received Sometimes the paper will be a day or late We cannot that But we are careful to send it to ev subscriber address we have every getitand find out why Lost a Book A bill book containing several bills mnyhotbo Citizen officeI fTHE VIHOIMV VJlIIlLVND- ARTHt R L HVWICS October 27th at 7 30 p ma Week from next Saturday night the secant number of the Fall Lyceum Course will be given It Is the great lecturer on Sunshine and Shadow by Sun shine Hawks Thousands and thou sands of people have been inspired by It It would be worth time and mon daptyheta at reduced rates at Porters Drug Store and the Students Cooperative Uook Store I PLUNGE TO A WATERY GRAVE TEST OF FRENCH SUBMARlNl GOAT ENDS FATALLY Fourteen Men Perish on Afrcan Coat theYnisorta Tunis Oct 17vent the spot where a little more than a year ago tho French submarine boat Farfa dot wont down with 11 men who met an awful death a similar fate overtook her sister ship the Lutln A remark able coincidence Is that tho Lutla also carried a complement of 14 men The Lutln took to the deep under command of Llout Phoetlen for plunj wM forkten hours but when night approached and nothing was heard from her thero was consternation among naval men hero and two torpedo boats anti threo tugs wero at once sont out In search of the boat which was a singlescrew craft Tho Lutln was 135 feet long with n displacement of 187 ions and a speed on tho surface of 1225 knots and 8 knots submerged Her engines wore operated by electricity Sho was built by Rochforts In 1901 Suffered Similar Fate It now appears certain according to Into news received that the crew of tho Lutln has suffered a fate similar to that which overtook tho crew of tho submarine Fnrfadct- Adm nolluo commander of the Tunis naval revolution who went out on- board a tug returned at a late hour and said that owing to tho heavy seas nnd tho obscurity It was Impossible to continuo Salvage operations until dawn Tho tugs and torpedo boats however will remain near tho place whore tho Lutln rondo her final plunge all through tho night OnA of these boats reports that Its drag encounter ed resistance its though a vessel wero lying at tho bottom Tho government salvage steamers belonging to this port which ore at present absent to assist In raising a Fronch schooner wrecked on the coast will return in and participate In the work Entombed Miners Released Durham Eng Oct 17Ail tho miners who wore entombed as the result of nn explosion In the Wlngato col liery near hero have been rescued Carnegie An LL D Edlnburg Oct 17 Andrew Carnegie opened tho new engineering and nat ural philosophy departments of the Kd Inburg university Former Premier Balfour chancellor of the unlvorslty conferred tho degree of Doctor of Law on Mr Carnegie Chief Contents of This Number IAfli ONH idea From the Wlile Wtlel In Our Own Country- Cniiiiiiniiwriillli tit Kentucky KilllorlalKiiclalUin Judge IlmlMiy mill lint luvrnllii Court iII nlth Tnlk by Dr Ciiwlxy + Mouth Jlnnllilng- Irolclniit Front In tlin Miiiintiilii- IMOI TWO PiMmOn Modern Scliiiri HcrtiUTlie OniflernIAflK TUUm Tnkn Nntlrr MersanudSiclnlty gff Item Latent Market Repor- t1t0E IOUIt Coiiiiiientn NtHiiilnnl Oil Trial Nrwnfniui Kvurywliero Trnqrrnac Sh IMIlIt FIVl- Clil III rriin Dciutrlnifiit Toy from Olil Union The Hiimlay School 1nP- AOE tUX The Home ItlKtit of Clillitren liy Dr Ttioinmin The Kelimil Ixtwl rrnctlrttl Arithmetic The Fiirin Why Iarniern Nhoiilil low Vow Iean hy 1nif 3laitoii The Teacher Club Letter fruiii M P DUney- IMelilh Kentucky lllnlory- IAni SI IIN- Senrrli for iole Unpronialil- ernlltlrnl Tnlk Farm flnnlen IAtll mOnT Irenlilent Fro tnTour Itounil The Old Sawmill Jjinlrni Kriitiifky Cornrpoudctcr 01 New n Stiiilentn Journnl Annlher irent Ircmluni On tho eighth page you will see this picture of tho Ollrlc Model 1 Fount ain Pen Tho pen Itself Is 14 karat gold We have been using one of them In Tho Citizen office tot sometime ani It works so well that people are begging us to them the same pen For Just ti limited time we will give this pen as good as some that are sold for 260 or more with ono years subscription to The Citizen new subscribers for 160 or to toe renewing promptly for 100 guarantee the pen to be as repregentel Dont watt If you want to get one MADDEN CASEAGAIN Argument on Motion to Stop Payment of Alimony Cincinnati OTho Madden divorce case came up for a hearing bOrON Judge Swing of the common ptou Maddenrhodccreo of February lost under which Madden Is to pay 3000 pr year all mouy The release from alimony Is the subsequent marriage of Mrs Madden to Louis V Doll the millionaire broker and clubman of New York Attorney Charles W Baker for Mrs Bell Interposed an answer and a mo tion to dismiss Maddens petition Tho answer states that tho petition Is oqly verified by one of the attorneys for Madden and tho claim Is made that It must bo verified by Madden himself In regard to the motion to aside Attorneyfakertending that a motion to modify a decree must be mode In Uio same tern as the decree was entered which in this case was tho January term of this year FORTY YEARS AGO He theeLouisville Ky William T Burch a wellknown local attorney lied of septic poisoning Mr Burch was a origInally a subcontractor under a Mr Hooper on tho Chesapeake Ohio now the Illinois Central Hooper failed owing Burch 6000 The latter Instituted suit but never allowed It to come to Judg ment until recently when he learned that Hooper who had gone to Colo ratio and amassed a fortune was am ply able to meet his Indebtedness De cision was to have been handed down unWCllcctoywllhbeld ment for tho original sum 0000 with Interest for 40 years Ruined In Gallatin County Warsaw KyTho heavy frost destroyed about 30 per cent of the tobacco crop In the field and on the scat folds aggregating 60000 pounds Green tobacco recently housed Is reported as having been frozen stiff In the barn Condemned to Lexington KyAfter two hours do liberation the jury trying Aaron Mc Cabo for Uio murder of Martini Clark reached a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment of the prisoner at death McCabe a negro shot ClarkI a bartender School Teachers Acquittedc Newport KyProt U S Dunn former superintendent of Campbell county schools and who was on trial for two days charged with arson wastacquitted The Jury deliberated few minutes Dr Thum Found Unconscious Louisville Ky Dr Mandovlllo Thum was found unconscious In his OOm C33 Sixth street from an ovor dose of morphine and cocaine Dr Thum was formerly a member of the faculty of the Kentucky school of med Iclno Ho may recoverd oeoeoioioeoioioeoioioeoro S Write to The Citizen for its S premIum list for new sub o scrfptions and prompt re o newals 8 0eioeoeoeoeogoeoeoeooeoeo o KENTUCKY 18 was was Socialism Socialism tvR whose 3oll nod set sot Die f y The Secret of Success j 1 r Tho secret of success is not BO much in KNOWING t Y 0101la sticking to your saving plan making your character stronger than any temptation to spendiIt ia ourbusinesi to help you save your money We guarantee you d j 4 Porfeut safety 4 per cent compound interest r f t Your money whenever you need it iOne dollar Vill open your account t Come in and let us start you on the road to SUcceS8f t jAssets T iCapital 2500000t tJJ MOORE Pres i- h0 0rf + ++ + o ooooooooooooooooooooooooOo tIo oe II 0 i SILK AND WOOLEN I 0- o i DRESS GOODS x I 0o 4oI 0- o X 0 a My stock is double the larg Ii 0 est and by far the nicest I o o r1 i have ever had o o 0 Prices on Clothing are redhoto Io C 0- o o to y15- API SETTLE Jr i oMKY Phone 40 c N 0 o Y 0 gOtaD1101r0110110 f01e OO OCOOMOMOOOOOOOOW Premium for Now Kiil rrliitlnn Fur every dollar paid for a years subscription to Tho Citizen for one who has not previously been a sub scriber any ono of the following j re mlums will be given It the subscib or lives outside of Uerea tho premium will bo mailed to him when coney itt paid or as soon thereafter as posslbs 1 The Trapper Pocket Knife Thl Is a very popular seventyfive cent knife with two strong blades of razor steel It wins the heart of every mat who sues It anti several have wanted seUItCitizetlfor100 2 Good sawlnsclBfors six inches long costing tho same as the knives A splendid offer for any woman who needs rd good pair of scissors or small shears 3 Cholcd otolt Renewal Premiums offered Should sojpo new subscribers not care for knives or scissors they can have their choice of all this ClnoI ofteredtorCItizenIIriMnluni for lnUlII IlunewnU For every dollar paid for the ro nowal of a subscription to Tho Cit izen within ono month of tho date to paidnnywill be given nt the Citizen office orIsent by mall postpaid to the address nddress I BOOKS The Oust Nuw In Sung RIII1 Slury I This is a pretty well bound book of I 400 pages containing the New Testaiment authorized version 125 of the best known and finest gospel hymns nnd fifteen secular songs for home and social and patriotic occasions and especIally I reading In home or church This is a very popular book and It would bo well If all our mountain churches and ttSunday schools could be supplied with copies of It rFldereful pictures In fine colors any of which is well worth framing nnd hanging on thin wall of your room Space forbids a description beRtIthe picture such as wn should give but we give the subject and a i 4 few words of explanation l PICTURES 7 by 5 INCITES t kittens I where they cannot rh It An Autumn Evening Beautiful landscape with river bank trees and sunset clouds INCHEThosunbonnet In her inn talks to herneighbor who is knitting Fine old CaseThe onheracteristic The Evening Chapter A fine looking old gentleman sits In his DibleJustDrink WaSnscotta Pops a ON MODERN SCIENCE They tell us that for centuries man boa mado grave mistake In coping with tits sicknesses tls fevers and bis acheo end when wo meekly try vo tell what grandma used to To cure a cold or doItors cry Pooh I Tho taco of pfd Hippocrates li turned against the wall The wonder Is that anybody ever grew at all They tell us that the carpets and the Me upholstered chairs 1 he wells and cisterns and the rest ot all the old affairs Were most Insanitary and whoever drew a breath Within a rod of one of them WAS simply roufting death Theyre burning sulphur In the chest with grandmas quilts and shawl The wonder Is that anybody ever grew at kit They toll us that our mothers and grandmothers all were wrong In fact they roast greatgrandma In tome language that Is strong And BreotcrcatgTandma comes In too for criticism rough Because they It their children cat so much unhealthy stuff And oh they vow twas wicked that they did not let us bawl The wonder Is that anybody ever grew at all They tell us thd the Infant who arrived a month ago Is handicapped by him or her of this last day or BO Because the newer children have the vastly greater chance Of profiting by science In Its very last advance The memories of childhood are the sort that should appall The wouder Is that anybody ever grew at all- Chltl1o Tribune THE GRAFTERS 9y- PItANCIS LYNDE I lUopj tight UMt 7Th Bat lrttn CM CifAPTEIl XV CoxxixuED Enough to know that It is a big thins the biggest since the Pennsyl vania discoveries according to all ac counts And the people ot the state are en thusiastic about It thinking that now thp long tyranny ot the oil monopoly will he broken That Is the way most of the news papers talk and there seems to be some UtUo ground for it granting the powers ot the new law She laid the tips ot her fingers on hla arm nnd knotted the thread ot aug cesilon In a6lnglo sentence In the present state of affairs with the present party as yet on trial and tho public mind ready to take fire at the merest hint of a foreign capitalistic monopoly In the state tell me what would happen to the man who would let the Universal 011 company Into the Delmount field In de fiance of the new trust and corporation law By Jove Kent exclaimed sitting up us If the shapely hand had given him a bullet It would ruin him po litically world without end Tell me Is Bucks going to do that She laughed softly That Is for you to find out Mr David Kent not by hearsay but In rood solid terms of fact that will ap peal to a levelheaded congervUvo newspaper editor likewell like Mr Illldrctb of the Argus let us say Are you big cnougll to do It ram desperate enough to try was the slowspoken answer CHAPTER XVI EHAKPENING TUB SWORD lu tbo beginning of the new cam paign of Investigation David Kent wisely discounted the help of paid pro fessional spies or rather ho deferred It to a later stageby taking counsel with Jeffrey Hildretb night editor ot tho Argus Here if anywhere practi cal help was to be bad and the tender of it was cheerfully hearty and enthu siastic Most assuredly you may depend on the Argus horse foot and artillery said the editor when Kent had guardedly outlined some portion of hla plan Wo are on your side of the fence and have been ever since Bucks was sprung as a candidate on the con vention But youve no case Of course its an open secret that the Universal people are trying to break through the fence of the new law and establish themselves In the Bclmount field without losing their Identity or- an of their monopolistic privileges And it Is equally a matter of course to some of us that the Bucks ring will sell tho state out If the price Is right But to Implicate Bucks and the capitol gang In printable shape Is quite an other matter I know Kent admitted But It isnt Impossible it bta got to be possi bleThe night editor sat back In his chair and chewed his cigar reflectively Sud denly he asked Whats your object Kent It isnt purely pro bono publico I take IU Krnt could no longer say truthfully that It was and he did not lie about it No Its purely personal I guess I need to get a grip on Bucks and I nmn to do it UlldrcUv laughed And ba lng it youll telephone KI tt lot uyai you did la the House l Bill Twestf tae fiasco Where do we come taT No you shall come in on the ground floor this Ume though I may ask ou to hold your band until I have used my leverage 4 ad If youll go into it to star you sfcAnt be alone Giving the ATKOS pre ooence in any item of news Ill engage to have every other opposition editor In the state ready to back ytra Glut iou o growing Kent Do you mean to down the Bucks crowd dcddefinltcly demanded the editor who staeuaerod a little under excitable provociiloa Bigger men than you barn trio Itand failed Bat no one of them with halt my obstinacy Hlldrcth It can be done and I am going to do it The scrcctary of states office Is the placo you want to watch said Hll YOU CAN COUNT ON THE ARGUS FOOT lIOnSK AND ARTILLERY SAID THE EDITOR drctb New oil companies are Incor porating every day Pretty soon one of these will swallow up all the others that one will be the Universal under another name and in Its application for a charter youll find askings big enough to cover all the rights and privileges ot the original monopoly Tbat is a good idea said Kent who already had a clerk In the secre tary of states office in hla pay And on that road he had traveled far thanks to a keen wit to Portia Van Brocks Incessant promptings and In the help of the leaky clerk In Uendricks office so far indeed that he Iud nand the stool pigeon oil company to which Hlldreths hint had pointed a company composed with a single exception of men of straw the exception being the man Rumtord whoso conferences with the governor and the attorney general had aroused his suspicions It was about this time that Hnnnl cott reported the sale of the Gaston lots at a rather fancy cash figureand the money came In good play Two things remain to be proved said Portia in one of their many con nlngs of the intricate course two things that must be proved before you can attack openly that Ilumford li really representing the Universal Oil company and that he Is bribing the junto to let the Universal Incorporate under the mask of his straw oem pony Now Is the time when you can not afford to be economical Have you moneySince it was the day after the Hun nlcott remittance Kent could answer yes with a good conscience Theo spend it she said and he did spend it like a millionaire lying awake nights to devise new ways of employing It And for the abutments of the arch ot proof the moneyspending sufficed By dint of a warm and somewhat costly wire Investigation of Humfords antecedents Kent succeeded in placing the Bclmount promoter unquestionably as one of the trusted lieutenants of the Universal and the leaky clerk In the secretary of states office gave the text ot the application for tho straw company charter showing that the powers asked for were as despotic as the great monopoly could desire But for the keystono of the arch the criminal Implication of the plot ters themselves he was indebted to a- lit of Ulconsldered anger had to a chapter of accidents CHAPTER XVII TIlE CONSPIRATORS It was chiefly duo to Portia urging that Kent took Ormsby Into his con Qdcnco when the campaign was fair ly opened She put It diplomatically on te ground of charity to an exiled millionaire temporarily out of a job but her real reason went deeper From Its Inception as a oneman fight against political chicanery In high places tie criticism ot Bucks formula was beginning to shape itself In a readjustment of party lines in the field of state politics and Muss Van Brock whose designs upon Kents Suture ran far fa advance of her admissions to him was anxiously casting about for a managerial promoter A UUie practiceplay in municipal politics made the need apparent It came la the midst ot things basing itself upon the yeargone triumph of agrarfanism in the state In the up heaval tho capital city had participated to the extent ot electing a ma jority of the aldermen on the Bucks party ticket and before long It developed that a majority of this al dermanIc majority could be counted among the spoilsmen was In fact a creature for the larger ring Lata la the summer an ordinance was proposed by the terms of which a siEgfta corporation was to be given a CraadiUo granting a complete mo nopoly of the streets for gas and water mates and Iran lit rights of way Tfcreu 9B a thWer struggle ensued u Party lines were obliterated and mes who shunned the primaries and otherwise shirked their political duties raised the cry of corruption and a civic league was formed to fight the ringIn this struggle as giving him the chance to front the enemy in a fair- field David Kent flung himself with all the ardor of a horn fighter MoIlS meetings were held with Kent as spokesman for the league and the outcome was a decency triumph which brought Kents name Into grateful public prominence Hlldrcth played an able second and by tho time the obnoxious ordinance bad been safely tolIlowingwho had hitherto known him only as- a corporation lawyer began to prophe sy large things of this fiery young advocate whoso arguments were sound and convincing as his invective was keen and mercllell8IFiguratively speaking Portia stoOd In the wings and applauded AIM she saw that her protege had reached the point where ho needed grooming for whatever race lay before him Henro her urglngs which mado a trl umvlrate out ot tho council of two with Brookes Ormsby as tho third member On tho porch of the Brcntwood apartment house was David Kent With tho striking of the city hall clock at nine Mrs Brcntwood had com plalned ot tho glare of tho electric crossinglamp and had gone in leaving tho caller with Penelope In the hammock on ono aIde of him and Elinor In a basket chair on the other Their talk had been of the late muni cipal struggle and ot Kents part in It and like Miss Van Brock Penelope was applausive But Elinors congratulations were tempered with depreca Lion I am glad you won for tho league of course everybody must be glad ol that she said But I hope the Ar gus didnt report your speeches cor rectly If It did you have made a host of bitter enemies What docs a mana real man care for that This from tho depths of the hammock I at least can afford to bo care less said Kent I am not running for office and have nothing else to lose politically or otherwise Can any man say that truthfully Elinor querie- dI think I can I have given no hotf tages to fortune But I think you owe It to yourself to be more careful In your public ut terancos she Insisted If these men on tho other side Ire only halt as unprincipled as your accusations make them out to be they would ndt stop short of personal rlolence I am net hunting clemency or per sonal Immunity just now laughed Kent On the contrary I am only anxious to make the score as heavy as possible And so far from keeping prudently In the background Ill con toss that I went Into this franchise fight chiefly to let the capitol gang know who I am and where I stand A sudden light came into Elinors eyes and burned there steadily She was of those who lay votive offerings upon the shrine of manly courage One part of me approves as much as another part disapproves she said after a time I suppose it Isnt pos sible to avoid making political enD roles but is it needful to turn them into personal enemies Ha looked at her curiously I am afraid I dont know any mid dle path not being a politician he objected And as for tho enmity of those men I shall count It an honor to win it If I do not win It I shall know I am not succeeding Silence for another little space which Miss Brentwood broke by saying Dont you want to smoke You mayKent felt in his pocket I have no cigar She looked past him to the ham mock Penelopel she called softly and when there was no response she went to spread the hammock rug over her sister You may smoke your pipe sho said and when she had passed behind him to her chair she made another concession Let me fill It for you you used to He gave her tho pipe and tobacco and by a curious contradiction of terms began to wonder If ho ought not to go Notwithstanding his frank defiance ot Brookes Ormsby and his declara tion ot intention IB the sentimental affair he had his own notions about the sanctity of a betrothal Mrs Brentwond had vanished and Penelope was asleep In the hammock Could ho trust himself to bo decently loyal to Ormsby If he should stay Nlco questions of conscience hud not troubled him much of late but this was new ground or If not new so old that It had tho effect of being new Ho let the question go unanswered and stayed But ho was minded to fling the biggest barrier he could lay hands on In tho way of possible dis loyalty by saying good things of Orms by I owe you much for my acquaint ance with hint he said when the subject was fairly introduced He has been making all kinds ot a good friend to me and ho promises to be moreIsnt your debt to Penelope rather than to me she returned No I think not You are responsi ble in the broader sense at all events He did not come west for Penelopes sake Then he took tho plunge May I know when it is to beor am I to wait for my bidding with the other anil more formally Invited guestsIShe laughed a low little laugh that toriehow grated upon his ne ves You shall know wnen I knowI Forgive me lit said quietly Hat from something Ormaby said lie should not have spoken cf it I have given him no right sho said coldlyYou make me twice sorry ones If I am a trespasser and again It I have unwittingly broken a confidence Ho rose and said goodnight and was halfway to the next corner before he realized how inexcusably abrupt his leavetaking had been When ho did real ho it ho was ot two minds whether to go back orIel the apology excuse another call the following evening Then tho insistent prompting seized him again and when next ho came to a competent sense of things present ho was standing opposite the capitol building staring fixedly up at a pair ot lighted windows in the second story They were the windows of the governors room and David Kents brain cleared ssddenly In the earliest be ginnings ot the determinate plan to wrest the TransWestern out of the grasp of thfc junto ho had known that It must come finally to some desperate duel with tho masterspirit ot the rlngsters Was Jasper Bucks behind those lighted windowsalone Kent had not meant to make he open attack until bo should have a weapon In his hands which would arm him to win But now as he stood looking up at the beckoning winders a mad desire to have It out once for all with the robbcrlnrblef sent the blood tingling to his fingertips True he had nothing as yet In the oilfield conspiracy that the newspapers or the public would accept as evidence of fraud and corruption But on the other hand Bucks woe only a man after all a man with a bucanecrs record and by consequence vulnerable beneath the brazen armor ance If the attack were bold enoushI Kent did not stop to argue It out When a mans blood Is up the odds against him shrink and become as naught Two minutes later he was In the upper corridor of the capitol strid- Ing swiftly to the door of tho lighted room To De Continued THE APOLOGETIC CHINAMAN Mitch Officer of Slate rintrd for Cud Service Belittle 111 IZITorU In Offler In China as In Japan custom requires that one who has performed a met torious service should belittle it and one who has been selected for honors should declare himself unworthy Who can imagine asks Youths Companion an American officeholder writing such a letter of acceptance as this which tho biographer of LI Ilung Chang quotes from Tseng Kwofan appointed Viceroy of Nanking Being of no ability nail having notwithstanding been entrusted with tho most Important duties I have M I tottered along failed to do anything meritorious When some years ago I went to Shantung I did not succeed In subdu ing the Nienfcl but returned to Nan king and was ever after ashamed of myself Last year I was graciously nominated Viceroy of Chill but I made unsuitable appointments mismanaged the army and failed to do any good for tho Yellow river I tremble as I think ot my blunders and In conse quenco I am overwhelmed by the gracious order which directs mo to re sumo my former Important post and thus displays your majestys confident In me Instead an would be Just of rep robating me for my worthlessness and dismissing me As It happened this was from one of tho most honest and best beloved Chinese who ever governed Nanking and was almost worshiped by tbo pea pie of that province Mindful ot IIU Watch A pedestrian along one of tilt stre U of Philadelphia found a boy sitting oa the curbing of the pavement and a companion enjoying 1m self on a loan smooth Iceslide that bad been formed on the asphalt An ambulance tern rushing and clanging down the street the sliding boy grrw flustered and tell and the boy on toe curb leaped out grasped his chum sX4 hauled him to safety on the sldew Jt The pedestrian walked over ant mId It tho res cuer Do you know flat VJ saved this boy from being trawtfled xo death by that ambulance hots Yell guess I did replied the lad wen youre a bravo boy I went on the man Tell mewhat did you think as you rushed out into the street to save him Why I saw that the horse might run over him and It just Struck mo that ho was wearing my wtun which I loaned him so he could make a front before his girl whet be tock her home front school safttrnoon thats all That boy certainly dis played heroism of tho most practical kind Golden Days Into IIU Hand Senator Dubols ot daho was peas tieing once in Boise City 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lIGATHERED VicinityJFROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0000000000000-j TAKE NOTICE I Rev A E Ihomson will preach nt tho Union Church house next Sunday morning at 11 oclock The Momlaylocturo week will bo given In the Collcgo Clmpol at 730 pen by Dr Thonuwn It will bo tko third and last of hin corps of locturoa on nMronomy given with steroopticon illustrations Everybody U invitedThe Industrial will open Friday October 2Cth at one oclock p m at the Parish House Mm Jack Twigg of WIillwi Station was in town Monday Grover Fish who fa employed tin a fireman on the L4 N rit Corhin boruIIsaacs of Valley View Ky was hero tho first of the week enteriag his little daughter in nchool shoe Lucy Pontons tho clerk in 0 J Hansons store was detninfd from her work the lint of tho week yllln68llt Mr and Mm J II Gabbard fiiio tinyon tho 12th bliss Jennie Hanson is visiting her brother and family in Winchewlor Miss Zion Jackson has boon flick the put two weeks but is nblo to lw out again Leon Lewis returned to Lexington tlTuesday night whore he employed I entA number of tho ladies horn in town have organized a fancy work club It will moot on Friday evenings at tho homoa of different members Let us encourage such orgauizationa and hope there may be more in tho future Miaa Ruby Scrivnor is on tho sick list- i Mr Loe Hipslilro and wife Mr Jno Hipshiro and Miss Anna Harp of Lexington Ky are visiting J O Harrison and other relatives near Borea Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or more can get some at R H Chrismana Fur niture store rI Why Refer t to Doctors t Because we make medicines for hem We give them the formula for Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis consumption They trust fro Then you can afford to trust L froSold for over 60 years t Ajar Cherry Pectoral It a rfmisty that Iboulu blnry home I ruva a great dial of It for eougln and colds and I know what a iplandU medicine It It IvanI not i eonim too lilKlilr MARK K Ooala liyd Park M rl IA WLl1ouync goads by J O ayes Co Lowall Ifois I Alao nanufaoturara of II S HAIR SARSAFAGILU PILLS VIGOR I Yom PH reaty aid the Chem Mt raJ In breaking up a colcf I FOR MEN ALL l LEATHERSALL r STYLESALL mid o o next 10000UUUUWUUWUWUWUJallltfl Mrs IJsker sister of 1rof IdwnnIJI IK here with her himtand Dr S U lUker Ml VeOneniliiy for a weeks way In IMilsvllIe eel A T Demnree prohibition can didate foe congress spoke In Chapel Monday night Mi Sadie Kraui uf Ml Vornon la HN idloi a few day with Mm Laura Jnnce and outer friends here Mlw Della lays who has boon on- an oxtended vMt with her slsiur Mrs Oojrto of Coldrmilo returned severe 1 dye ago dr Mulllni has jmrcluwwl J W Bettys store on Chestnut street Ho liu had tilt building newly painted and raf1tte which will add much to the looks uf the street MlM ogle of Dupot street delightfully entertained H number of friends at her home Snnrtejr rrralnR of last week Very Iniereatlng games wore played And enjoyed Everybody wont home feeling that life In not tHJ dull after all 00000000000800o 0 I College Items i0- o o oHERE AND THERE o o ooa080aoooeosooooo Col Drown led CUupel uu Monday Oul Dvmarec gave the Monda lecture Prof Humolil U out and niread conunonclnB his toaohlni ogaln fiocrotnrj Gamblo went to lx ulsvlllc last Thamlay returning Monday 1rof Dodge aUonded tho State De volopntont Convention at Winchester last week and gave an address on tin e subject Industrial Education which wins rocelvud with Interest and careful attentionMiss A Moore who has re cently neon attending tho Moody Institute In Clilrago came last Thurs day to take up the work of Superin tondont ot tho hospital She reportsI all patients doing well Mia Dlnsmoro has hind a long hard Begc of typhoid fever and Is not yet convalescent She ling bnively endur ed her suffering for more titan a month nnd at present seems to bo slowly Improving Engineer Dick went to attend the TrlState Christian Endeavor Conven tion In Harlan county last week He reports n very enthusiastic and suc cessful series of meetings Dr Hub bell of Highland Oil logo gave tho convention uerinon a fine one Dr Mc Donald of tho Presbyterian Church In Danville Ky and Dr Craig of N Y National Homo Miss SupL of tho Pros byterlan Church were present and gave Inspiring addresses Thin volute lury collection for tho expenses of tin o convention wns 1410 Mr Dick was reelected president Prof Snell and 801110 of his teachers from Black Mom lain Academy helped to make tin meetings most valuable The conven lion will probably bo at Harrlgan next year For SaleI have for sale CO acres of laud lying near tho pike and on tho Oar rare county line 2or 3 miles west from Borea adjoining tho laud of eorghUIIII wish to sell Call on or address mo at Kirksvillo Ky JAMES R HENRY TO CUHK A COM IN ONt DAY Take IAXATIVK IIKOMO Quinine Tablets DnigRlita refund money if It Mil to cure H W OKOVKa algnalure lion each box ass J W Stephens now coal bin is open Dad filled frith all grades of- cont Prices reasonable ARGUMENTS IN OIL CASE ARE HEARD TRIAL OF STANDARD AT FINDLAY NEARS ITS CLOSE JURY TO DECIDE AS TO GUILT OF ACCUSED Standard 011 Attorneys Win a fjoln by Securing Admission of Court Decision In Former Case Against CompanyFlndlay Oct 17Doth the state and the defense rested their cue In tho trial here against the Standard Oil company of Ohio for alleged con piracy against trade at 945 oclock Tuesday In a five minute recess It was arranged that five speeches would be made to tho jury threoj by the states attorneys and two by the do ten e Prosecutor David opened for the stale and arguments were made by the attorney general and Mr Phelps for tho prosecution Messrs Kline and Troup will present tho defense to tile JuryStandard Paid the Fees M U Flnloy state Inspector of oil was the first witness Tuesday Attor ney General Ellis of Ohio was again present at tho trial having been absent Monday Mr Flnloy was questioned by Mr Harrison of the attor ncy generals office Mr Finley de scribed the location and number ot his deputies and method of Inspection The fees for Inspection at Cleveland ho said were paid by tho Standard Oil company of Ohio At Lima the Solar Refining company has a refln cry Ninetynine per cent of the fees paidoSolar paying a very small or one per cent of tho fees at Lima From reports In his offlco Mr Fin icy said one half the oil refined In Ohio was refined at Lima From the same source of Information this oil is shipped In the cars of the Union Tank Lino company These questions and answers were all put In over the pro tests of tho attorneys for the defense The Standard of Ohio he said bad from 180 to 200 tank stations for the distribution and sale of refined oil while the Solar had no such stations Mr Flnloy was not crossexamtnod M C Shatter deputy local oil In cpestor at Findlay who testified last week wu recalled Ho said the Standard was selling oil at retail la Hancock county and no other com pany sold oil here except the National Refining company With this evidence the strain retted Its seas Defense Wins a Point Mr Kline for tho defense then put In the first evidence for the defense Ho first filed as evidence a certified copy of the journal entry the judg mont of the court In tho case of the state of Ohio against the Standard 011 company known as tho contempt proceedings Attorney General Ellis made objec tlon to this evidence saying the state In this cue had put In the responses of Mr Rockefeller to the Interroga lories In that case which represented thq Standards cue The state had MryKline hold laythe conclusion said dismissed tho case at the expense of the state I think said Mr Kline It comes with mighty poor grace from an officer of this state to object to thu Introduction of the journal entry ol oho supreme court of the state Mr Kills replied by saying that this entry had nothing to do with this case Tho court admitted the evidence Mr Kline road this record and thou announced Defendant rests St Louis Hearing Postponed St Louis Oct nTho hearing of tho states ouster suit against the Standard WatersPierce and Republic oil companies was resumed Tuesday for tho presentation of testimony In defense but was continued until No vember 8 BANKERS IN SESSION ThirtySecond Annual Convention of American Association Opens St Louis Oct 17The American 1ankers association convened Tues tiny for its thirtysecond annual con vention when the trust companies see tion was called to order at tho Olympic theater simultaneously with the gathering of tho sayings banks section at Schuyler Memorial hall Tho meeting of the association as a whole will not take placo until Wednesday Hundreds of prominent banker representing every state and territory as well as tho United States depend encies are hero as delegates and of ficers of the association place the total attendance Including delegates and unacccrdlted visitors at 4000 Women Win Damages from Planter Memphis Tenn Oct 17A special to the NowsSclmlter from Helena Ark says that tho jury In the dam ago suit Bgalnli the wealthy farmer Musgrave of Mississippi county Ark brought by Miss VItt and Miss Em mons both of St Louis returned a verdict Tuesday Damages were as sessed In favor of Miss Vltt for 625 and In favor of Mlsi Emmons 1000 Counsel for Musgrave says ho will pay those amounts THE NEWS BOILED DOWN At Camden N J three persons wore kllledand one fatally Injured In a grade crossing accident on the Read ing railroad- It was reported at Cheyenne that troops will be called out Immediately to drive the Ute Indians back to their reservations Three workmen employed at a quarry near Roanoke Va wore killed by the premature explosion of a quan tity of dynamite Delegates and ministers represent ing tho 1200 Baptist churches of 1111 nois convened In Carbondale In six tythird annual session Ezra M Duswell one of the leading Christian Science practitioners and teachers of the west died quite sud denly at his home at Beatrice Neb Nearly every state In tho union was represented at New Oilans by nut turmoil companies when the Knights of Pythias biennial encampment opened Tho missionary steamer Morning Star which sailed from Honolulu for Seattle has returned to Honolulu leaking at the rate of 18 to 20 inches rfn hourOne was shot dead and two others wounded in a fight that grew out of a card game In a Missouri Pacific construction camp near Spring field Mo a It is hoped that the Southern Pa cific engineers will be able to fill the Colorado river channel to Salton ten days Insuring the turning of InI river by theend of the month Joda Hamilton the murderer Is In tjRe county fjall at Carthage Mo a raving manjic If he continues to be violent he 11 probably be removed to the state asylum at Nevada The Lincoln Neb city council adopted tile report of a committee de coring the j Lincoln Gas company without a franchise and Instructed the city attorno to begin suit of ouster Australia Billy McCarthy a pugilist and Alexander Stephens were remanded without ball on a charge of first degree murder In connection with the death of Tommy Barry who died of carbolic acid poisoning- A paper unsigned but purporting to bo the last will of C E Schoelkopf the millionaire real estate dealer of Kansas City was found among his papers It leaves most of tho estate to charity and religious organizations A naphtha launch containing a party of six men and women was swept into the rapids and within half a mile of the brink of Niagara falls They wero saved from a plunge over the cata ract by Albert Greenwood of Chippewa Ont who brought them ashore In his launch ANOTHER IN THAW CASE Indictment Against a Second Party May Be Found New York Oct nThat another person may be Indicted with Harry Thaw for the murder of Stanford White was Intimated by District At torney Jerome Tuesday Mr Jerome Indicated that such an Indictment might be found during an argument before Recorder Golf as to the right of the district attorney to Issue further grand Jury subpoenas In the case 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having nursed Thomas Jef ferson ho may not have exaggerated ibis age either Now York burglars are traveling around to business in automobiles If you wish to avoid being mistaken for a burglar or a capitalist dont travel In an automobile Thousands of Chinamen are cutting off their pigtails in China and one was arrested for mashing in Chicago Lately The yellow men seem to be ad tvanclng in the ways of civilization at to brisk gallop A Georgia sheriff has prevented a ynchlng by carrying the proposed vie It1m away in an automobile so swiftly that the mob couldnt keep up The mob may try however to obtain re vcnge by having the sheriff prosecuted Tor exceeding the speed limit The London county council has passed a law which makes the throw dng of a banana skin on the sidewalk a misdemeanor punishable by a fine K f 40 shillings It generally costs more than that to repair tho damages ol the man who steps on a banana peel In 1904 the United Staes sold In China fabrics to tho value of 4782 141 In 1905 sales of tho same goods amounted to 12566093 The boycott seems to have satisfied the demands of Chinese patriots without at the same time doing any great injury to American merchants The year continues its earthquake and volcano record Emulous of Ve isuvlus and others which have been Ullsplaylng their pyrotechnic possibly dues La Soufriere on the West In tdlan island of St Vincent has start ed Its internal fires and Is giving an Interesting exhibition An ordinance has been Introduced in the Mexico city council making the skating rink license ten dollars a week And prohibiting the use of pianos In such places of amusement If says ttho Mexico Mo Ledger there isa place on earth calculated to make a woman forget mother home and leaven it Is a skating rink Some day there may be a United States of Central America A party has lately been organized In San Sal vador the leaders of which hope to faring about a federation of the Central American republics The experiment of federation has been tried once or twice but the people are better quall lied for it now than they used to be It is said In New York that there ire seven dictators in the financial and business world and that those men iaro John D Rockefeller J P Morgan Uatncs J Hill James Stillman Georges Baker Jacob Schlff and E H Har jriman These seven men represent In tterests that cover every possible phase of business enterprise in Amer ica A Florida man has devised a scheme by which he declares any man can make Ills own ice at a cost of ten cents a hundred pounds the process taking only five minutes Ho advertised widely that ho would give the formula to tho world at the rate of two dollars a head This beats the cold and tedious business ot cutting dee or building an expensive Ice fac story from his standpoint but the United States postal authorities say the rely trouble with the scheme Is it is a fraud A new law of France provide for r rest day and even gay Paris Is tak dng to the idea with relish In fact the employes in some establishments which have disregarded the require dents of the law are ia such earnest that they have made a lively demons ftraUon It Is evident that a great many French people am more willing rto observe Sunday than has been supposed And as the law Is in the In lercst of geed morals as well as good order there will be general approval of those who seek to enforce it Recently lamagno tho Italian tenor mad the greatest singer ot the age de rifting to leavo for his children some teoord of tils genius had made upon apedally prepared plates for reproduc lion In the phonograph several rec ords of his songs Two of these rec- oml have been preserved in a museum in Paris Tho plates were made with great care and are sealed In metal boxes containing also chemical com pounds for their preservation The boxes are labeled and dated One will fie opened SO years now and the jpthcr at the end of a century IN GRIP OF A COLD WAVE EAST AND SOUTH SUFFER FROM FROST AND SNOW Telegraph and Telephone Wires Are Wrecked by Heavy Storm Traffic Interfered With Chicago Ono man was frozen to death two were electrocuted by live wlreu torn down by ho heavy snows nnd four were drowned by the wrecking of a sailing vessel In different parts of the country Thurs dayThe fruit and celery crops In Michigan and In New York were destroyed by tho cold heavy frosts In tho south damaged upward of 150000 bales of cotton and telegraph and telephone communication In all parts of tho country were destroyed by the winds Strong gales that swept the great lakes throughout the early morning and most of the day made navigation Impossible and even tho stanchest craft would not venture from port Vessels that had cleared beforp the storm aroso had difficulty In reaching their destinations and from many ports on Lake Michigan and Lake Superior came reports of hardships en countered In the lashing Winds and blinding snow and slctJtfIFrom almost every point east of Chicago west to the Rocky moun twins and north into Canada unprecedented Old was reported and at most of tho places snowfalls ranging from one to eight Inches were recorded Washington A cold wave swept over the east and south Thurs day and broke nil records for this season In many sections but at night the weather bureau announced that while the temperature would rise only slightly Friday there will be warmer weather Saturday and by Sunday seasonable temperatures will again prevail east and south In many sections the severe cold snap was accompanied by snowfall and a storm of snow and sleet that raged In upper New York state partic ularly caused great damage wrecked telegraph and telephone lines and Interfered with other traffic URGES RIVER MEN TO ACTION Joint Effort Necessary for Upper Mis sissippi Improvement Minneapolis Minn Important business and addresses marked the final day of the sixth an nual convention of the Mississippi River Improvement association Con gressman Joseph E Ransdcll of Louisiana chairman of the executive committee of the National Rivers and Harbors congress urged united ac tlon to secure appropriations for river and harbor Improvement We do not plan said he a raid on the treasury but a fair proportion of the 712000000 spent by the gov comllDercehouse and consular service but 4H per cent of this and we have a bal ance of trade in our favor of WO 000000 The army navy and pensions receive 40 per cent The 37 states di rectly interested united through their senators and congressmen can secure the appropriation- The resolutions committee strong ly endorses a six foot channel from Minneapolis to St Louis retention and extension of their reservoir system at tho source of the Mississippi com bined action of all waterway Improvement associations and plans r pre sentatlon and participation in meetings of similar organizations Invita tions have been extended by St Loulq Business Mens league to participate In the St Louis deep channel con gress November 1C and 16 WOULD STOP GRAIN GAMBLING Farmers Ask Law to Prohibit Puts And Calls and Future Deals Rock Island IlIThe Farmers Na tional congress Friday adopted a reII olutlon demanding the passage law prohibiting dealings In futures and puts and calls and denying the use of malls and telegraph wires for quotation of stocks It also went on record In favor of a separate bureau In the department of agriculture for dairy Industry reci procity treaties with countries that are largely consumers of agricultural products and government aid for highway Improvement To Build Canal by Contract Washington Invitations roc propos als to complete the Panama canal were issued Tuesday by the canal commission and the form of contract under which the work Is to be done was made public by Chairman Shonts who also gave out a letter written to the secretary of war giving the commissions reasons for contracting the work Visible Supply of Cotton Now Orleans Secretary Hesters statement of the worlds visible supply of cotton shows a total of 2344648 against 2146130 last week Of this the total of American cotton Is 1 09648 against 1393130 last week Verdi Monument Unveiled New York Thq monument to the Italian composer Verdi erected on Seventysecond street and Amsterdam avenue by the Italians of New York was unveiled Friday with ape ropriato ceremonies Negro Guilty of Murder Indianapolis Ind George Williams the negro who shot and killed Patrol man Edward J Pettlcord was found guilty of murder in the first degree Friday with death by banging as the punishment I AS THE WORLD SEES CHICAGO STANDARD OIL IS ON TRIAL IN OHIO State Attempting to Prove the Mon TrultLawlyerePoints and Defense Loses Rockefellers Former Testimony Admitted FIndlay OThesult of the state of Ohio against the Standard Oil com pany of Ohio in which the company is charged wjth conspiracy against trade began here Tuesday and pro greased at a rapid pace A Jury composed mostly of farmers was secured in less than two hours County Prosecutor W L David presented his case Virgil P Kline attorney for the defense made answer Attorney Q II Phelps of the prosecu lion then read documentary evidence until the court adjourned 20 minutes before five oclock Ho promised to continuo the reading during tho great er SVedneedayIn stated to tho jury that tho Standard 011 company became a trust In 1882 and although It had several times since changed the form of its organization had not ceased to commit the offenses of a trust Rockefellers Evidence Admitted FIndlay O Every point In an endless series of clashes between Standard Oils attorney and the presocutlon during the trial Wednes day was won by the Ohio lawyers The session was one long struggle be teen the defense and the county at torney aided occasionally by Attor ney General Wade Ellis over the ad mlsslblllty of evidence But in every tilt the shining legal lights of the cor poration went down In defeat before the arguments oI Prosccutpr David Judge Bankers rulings were given only after careful consideration The result was that the testimony of John D Rockefeller given in 1898 in the litigation against the Standard Oil trust before the supreme court of the state was admitted and carefully read to the Jury by Attorney Phelps for the prosecution This consumed the JoAAJo 61t A u BURlEb YOUTH IS STILL ALIVE Wheeling Boy Suppoied to Be Dead Returns Home Wheeling VVaHarry Bishop a Wheeling boy who was supposed to have been murdered on the wharf a week ago returned home Friday and his father fainted away when he appeared A body supposed to havo been Bishops was found in the water and burled in the family tomb after the coroner had returned a verdict of murder and after the Insurance com pany had paid the Insurance on DIsH ops life Bishop pays he was at Klttanlng Pa when the supposed murder pccurrcd The Identity of the toad boy has not been established Gamblers Engage In a Duel Denver Col James Thornton and E Hofscas gamblers engaged In a pistol duel jn the offices of a brokerage company on Curtis street Thuro afternoon and Thornton received a wound In the abdomen which may prove fatal HofsesswaB shot in the wrist Thornton walked nearly a block to a drug store and fell exhaust- d In tho doorway Hofsess was re cently discharged from the employ c the brokerage company St Louis Americans Win St LouieThd lbcal Americans Thursday won their second victory over the Nationals ThO score was 2 to 1 Score Americans 2 6 Na ilonals 1 4 1 Datteries Powell and OConnor McGlynn and Noonan Loss In Cotton Atlanta OaPreeldent Harvle Jordan ot the Southern Cotton associa Uon estimates that betwden 40000 and 60000 bales ot cotton were killed In crdaalone by WeducBdajr lights cold pnao morning session and part of the after noon Important evidence was brought out by tho state Thursday showing the ownership of the Manhattan Oil company ot Ohio to bo In tho General Industrial Development company lim ited of London England Also that the Manhattan which buys and pipes crude oil docs not compote with the Standard but does compete with Independent companies These facts wore brought out In the testimony of F T Cuthbert president of tho Manhattan A similar criminal suit to that on trial Is pending against his company and ho testified under tho order of the court which tenders him Immune from future criminal prosecution This course was taken at the suggestion of the prosecution upon the appeal of Mr Cuthbert to the court for protection Explaining the nature of business done by the Manhattan In answer to questions Mr Cuthbert said that before he became 1U president the com pany did a general oil bUll nil M that It owned producing properties pipe lines and a refinery at Galatea O It halt disposed of all but Its pipe line to the Ohio Oil company but he did not know who was now operating the re finery at Galatea Tho Manhattan company now does exclusively a pipeline business In doing it It buys the oil of the producer transports It to storage stations and sells It to S P Trainor purchasing agent for tho fromIknown as the South Lima Held where the Manhattan nnd Buckeye pipe lines both buy oil the price void to the producer Is five cents a barrel less than In tho North Lima field where what arc regarded as the Inde pendent companies make their pur chasesMr Cuthbert then admitted that tho profits cf his company In the North Urns field were very small IfI any nnllnANEW YORK BANKERS FAIL Said to Be Due to Alleged Defalcation of Havana Correspondent New York The assignment of J M Ceballos tc Co bankers and merchants with liabilities between 3000000 and 4000000 was announced Wednesday in a statement which declared that tho falluro was due to the defalcation and absconding of Manuel Bllveira of Sllvelra oVCo Havana agents of thoNuw York earn pang Snlvelrs defalcation Is alleged to amount to about 1000000 lie sailed from Havana on October 2 ostensibly for New York city to consult with tho members of J 11 Ceballos Co but has not reached this city Counsel for tho assignee said that Sllvolra has left on his own steamer the Carmellna for parts unknown accompanied by his wife and Children and that every effort was being made to locate him Corn Crop Improved Washington Tho crop estimating board of the department of agricul ture Wednesday issued a bulletin showing the condition of corn on October 1 1906 to bo 901 as compared with 902 last month Mont Pelee Erupts Basso Terre Island of Guadeloupe A violent eruption Thursday ottie Mont Pelee volcano Island of Martinique caused a rain of ashes over tho southeast part of Guadeloupe Soufriero shows no signs of activity Paris Subway Collapses Paris Thirty yards of the Metro ButtChaumonto complete the belt around Paris Iud iderily Bared In Great excitement fol lowed but there wore no s s r I CLUBBED MOTHER AND CHILDREN TO DEATH AFTER HE FATALLY SHOT THE FATHER And RlveIMillourlMoney Conquered Springfield Mo Oct 15Jolie Hamilton a farmer was arrested at Houston To as county 40 miles east of hero for the murder of a neighbor Harney Parsons and tho latters wife and their three young children Ono child was an Infant Hamilton tins confojsoJ and Is now being guardot by an armed force The tragedy took place In a sparsely settled country far removed from a telegraph or telephone station and re suited from tho sale of the crops on Parsons faun Parsons who came to Texas county from North Missouri two years ago decided to return to his for aim homo and disposed of his crops to Hamilton Early last Friday morn ing Parsons loaded his household Roods Into a wagon and with his fans lly started for tho northern part of tho state Ho was driving along a lonely road only a short distance from the homo ho had Just vacated when ho was met by Hamilton A quarrel ensued and Hamilton fired tho contents of both barrels of a shotgun Into hit adversary killing him Instantly Then tho enraged fanner felled Mrs Parsons with a blow from the butt of his gun crushing her skull lie then dreg god her from tho wagon and clubbed her to death In the road Then he clubbed the life out of the threo helpless childrenThrew Bodies In River When ho had finished his work Ham ilton tossed the balk of his victims Into the wagon and drove to tho nil Plncy river about a mile from the scene of the tragedy Without attach ing weights to the bodies he tossed thom Into tho water Saturday after noon two fishermen discovered the body of one of the children floating In an eddy and a few minutes later n fccond body WAS taken out An alarm was sounded and a searching party found the bodl M of tho father and mother farther down tho stream whore they had lodged In a pile of brushA hours later Hamilton rode In to Houston the county seat on a mule belonging to Parsons lie was placed under arrest and ho confessed Ex citement In Texas and Wright coun ties IK high and there la strong talk of lynching tho prisoner The sheriff has taken Hamilton out of Jail and hidden him In the moun tains to escape tho mob NOT ENTIRELY ABOLISHED Is Hazing at the Annapolis Naval Academy By Late Dismissals Annapolis Md Oct 18 Notwith standing the severe lesson taught the midshipmen by the courtmartial nail dismissals of tho lost spring hazing has again appeared at the naval acad emy So far the recurrence of the practice seems to bo an Isolated COIn Third Classman U P Ouljer Jr whose home Is In dais 0 been called upon by Superintendent Sands to answer tho charge of assuming un warranted and unauthorised authority over a lower classman In such a way as to humiliate nail embarrass Fourth Clawmon Godfrey Do C Chevalier of Medford Mass The Incident was brought out by the Investigations of tho board of officers attached to tho aoadomy and vho are assigned this extra duty by Adm Sands Tills boanl meets at stated periods when fourth classmen are called before It and questioned broad ly as to whether they have been hazed or know of any of their classmates who have suffered a like Indignity As soon as Midshipman Chovallors case was unearthed a report was made to Adm Sands who ordered an Invltlga ton and served notice on Gullor that he must file an answer In wrung This answer will bo placed In the ad mirals hands and ho will act upon 1t under the provisions of tho now Nona parto hazing law passed by the last session of congress which abolished absolute dismissal after conviction by courtmartial as tho only penalty for hazing Cubas New Extcutlve Havana Oct 15 Charles E Ma goon first day as governor of Cuba passed busily but quietly The palace was singularly still compared with the eventful days of tIle past regime Gov Magoon said that ho was looking for ward with confidence to a peaceful ad ministration Ho expressed tho warm est appreciation of the work accom pushed by Messrs Taft and Bacon both n the pacification of the Island nail tho laying of a foundation for a smooth and successful system of provisional government Libel Suit Settled Dublin Oct 15The libel stilt Rich arch Croker brought against the Iondon Magazine will bo settled next Wed nesday In the four courts of Dublin The proprietors of the magazine In formed Mr Crokers lawyers that their attorney will appear In court on that day end make full and ample apology for the libelous statements Hope Abandoned New York Oct 16The middle of October having been reached the time limit set for receiving news from tho Peary Arctic expedition hope practically was abandoned of hearing thin year from the band of explorers who sailed from this port 1C months ago Frendenhall Acquitted Manila Oct 1C MaJ Frcndenhall accused of Irregularities fn tho quar ermastera department and charged with misappropriating funds has been acquitted tho court holdinG that the charges were not proved i 1 DRINKING AMONG WOMENd A Dinner Party at a Fashionable Hotels and What It Indicates i Tpon her return to New York troth a European trip a wealthy American woman gave n dinner at fnshloimblor hotel to a party of women friends Twentyone sat down to an olabj orately garnished board In a private t apartment Tho hostess whose hus band Is a wellknown merchant sat ntIthe hoed of the table Walter she said I want you glaesosifull1 should think youd start It with at cocktail commented an oaitern 4 woman mother of two children I dont know why I should replied the hostess I have been drink Ing highballs and cocktails ever slnco I got out of bed at two oclock this afternoon The party laughed Some had their way however End cocktails were served first to thorn Others started with wine Two wom en sat at tho table who did not drink 4 Twenty quarts of champagne wore v opened and consumed by 20 women between eight oolook In tho evening and one oclock the next morning Wo will not mention tho highballs and cocktails The hostess of this delightful el t tcrtalnment was too drunk at midnight to hold her load up Three women wore overcome to such an extant Umt they eouftl not leave the npartwont until tho following day This occurred among highly reapcM ed women In a highly respectable hotel It Is doublloM true that the use of Intoxicants by women lion tho In create Women now drink In publlo placoa with iten and the same hmvjv liquorsTho fiends of hell never contrived a worse plot against humanity True motherhood and even polite drunk ennoss cannot be confused Once Inn while a man finds It possible to keep a fortune Intact and bo known an a successful man and still drink More often ho falls In such an attempt lint no woman can Accomplish the greatest function of her sex replenishing the earth and tearing her children In an atmosphere of sweet purity with taint ed breath a body weakened by the ravages of alcohol or a mind mode torpid In drink Thu devil of today Is striking at the hnarfof humanity as well as the soul of IdoallftBi when he sueeedafblt tornpu women with liquorrlhe ilurat Weekly BEER IS A FOOD AND TEMPER ANCE DRINK h c Extract from liquor advertisement tf Shades of Crime Disease and Pov rerty enthusiastically fleer Is our food without It we could hardly ex- It Maudlin Voice from table An hlc temperance drink too A Ruinous Delusion Dr J T Woods three years United States surge on five years in Olovo land Medical college now chief nur goon of Wabash system of railroads has practiced In Toledo 1C years He says That beer Is foreign to na iturns demand Is plainly evident The whole organization at onto sots about Its removal Ivory channel through vhlch It can be got rid Of Is brought Into play and does not Cbaso till the r last trace Is gone Reaching a certain end depends only on the frequency or lire ropltlllon TbowhbJo made up of the parts every drink counta one These ones added together make tho wreck to securd t1l111 fbsiilt It Is onlytnecessary to make to sln1lo numbers tsufficient Each eaves a footprints v In ono way or another apd the Idea hut because yott stop before you stagger tho system taftosjno note of tho damaging material joiiiput Into it is a ruinous delusion i 1 tlpe1OlhehDead you suptyi pose whisky drinking had anything to Ido with his death f f jfdrinkingwl1tuh with evor ptlass Cf whlslcy fit aukilustonPost i iltTheto If drinking whiskyinteferea with filiason current post cards e mLe EH ItIiI 0 BOD CASES TRIUMPH Stery of a Cripple Dream That Came True Hosoball was In tho air And no wondor for It war tho afternoon of tho great game between tho Easts and tho Vests rival teams who for gon erations of Hlllsdalo boys had battled hard against each other A 1ow lying common a short dlstanco from tbo ofItlonHubby Case a cripple was tho nut boy on tho diamond Ho walked from base to base and lovingly touched them with his foot Ho was discour aced Gee I wish I could play Just once Its such a bully day too ho sale Ho then looked across tho field Not a boy was In sight and ho gavo a nigh of roller How ashamed ho would have boon to havo let tho fellows know ho had como early Just to f touch tho bases Hobby had novor cipreued a wish to the boys that ho f wanted to play ball or even dreamed of doing fa- Presently tho noisy whistling and railing announced the lasts and Thank You He Said Vents and their respective admirers The opposing trams were well matched Enthusiasm reigned su promo Dut Hobby sat silent on tho fence Ha was called hon sub for the Easts There was a little argu bent and tbo game started The Wests bad scored and the Easts had failed Then the lasts held first dace and then by somo mysterious chance the gamo became a lieu I oould play Just once thought oar Hobby It WAS Jims turn to bat Tho boys freckled face was flushed with ex ultcmcnt be understood that so much depended upon him lie grasped the old worn bat firmly In hit dirty hands 1Ie paused then strangely attracted toward Hobby lio looked at the little follow Tho longing In the boys face stirred within Jim s beart a deep un derstanding that startled hint In Its Intensity He dropped tho bat and held out his hands toward tho boys ploys he sold I cant bat Andy let Hob CliO bat In my place There wasa deep silence Such a thing had never before happened tn tho annals of HllUdales baseball his tory The gamo tie Did the law al low such a queer thing Wbyr stammered tbo captain of the Easter JImrof possible defeat Ivo seen him hat heaps of times practicing In his dads orchard And this was truo I say fellows bos a sub so Its all equate you know Your arm tired Jeered the Vests bleachers ra tne meAntime Hobby sat con fused on the fence He was strange ly happy to know that ho had even- been considered by Jim for ho had BO hope that hla wish could bo grate ned Ill risk Hobby continued Jlm1 Please fellows say yes Ill run for him too 00 ahead shouted tho Vests All right answered tbo East confidentlyAnother brief discussion of ways and means and Hobby was given n place of honor Enthusiasm and dis approval were shown by the audience Dut Hobby was confident Ho would show his comrades his worth ho S4umed the air of a professional open though it wu hla first public appearance Lot her gol ho called Ono strike one balltwo balls threo balls two strikes Hobby was Ntlll alert and confident The bleach ers became suddenly Interested One nt tho boys called out Casey at the flat tileD the others echoed tho words This encouraged Robby It was like his dream Then Jim had Mid he could bat The pitcher paused wjfaiunng hit opponent Then Bobby tit Such a ball nothing llko It la she annals of the Easter history Jim A classmate at Williams of cxGov BrlgEB explaining why he always wore a black stock but no collar says tne governor was Interested in a young man who was a slave to strong drink and when urged to stop the young man said to the governor In Jest If you will never wear a collar al I will never drink again the governor and be never wore a collar again and the young man never took natocr Brink JltljHrii was on second third What were the Wosts doing and where were their quick plays Tho boys were wild Jim had touched the homo base The Easts had won Casey at the bat tho boys called over and over again Even the Went wore obliged to acknowledge that Hobby was a Winger Hobby stood bashful and very hap py receiving the homage of his friends They no longer considered him a girl boy Ho had had his chanco and was now a Casey at the lat The lonul1 practice days In his fathers orchard Kad proved of Como avail Ho could l st Tne lasts bad won and ho had helped Thank you ho said holding out his hand to Jim Casey at tho bat still clings to Hobby Case Though he cannot always play tho honor of that one day makes him happy and proud Detroit Free Press TOYS FROM OLD BOXES How Simple But Entertaining Playthings Can Be Made I No material offers better npportu nltles for making amusing toys than old boxes wooden or pasteboard Par tlcularly happy Is tho combination ot boxes and elastic bands for by this means many toys of homo manufac turn can bo mado to more The ideas The HomeMade Auto reproduced here from tho Delineator are easy to carry out Tho automobile le a perfect toy and simple of construction It In made of a pasteboaord box tho wehels being of cardboard and the axles two knit ting noodle Tho piece of elastic fur niches the propelling power as shown In diagram In the upper right baud corner of the picture To set the toy In motion wind up the roar wheel until the elastic underneath becomes qulto taut then sot the automobile upon tho floor when It will travel rapidly the length of the room or piazza Tho greatest fun however may be had by placing the auto OP the floor land then giving It a sharp push so send It tho whole length of the room Tho auto then returns to the player The motive power of both loya shown hero la an elastic band baa tened by means of seAling wax to the axleThe toy may be put In motion by winding tho rear wheel or It may be pushed across the floor In which case It may be seen the revolution ot tho axlo cause the elastic to bo IThe PInwheel Auto come taut and the toy return ol ita momentum Tho pinwheel auto la made of a pasteboard tax both wbcolu of card board and axles of knitting needle childrenknowpaper Tho llltlo car la wet in motion In tho manner described above When tho auto la going the pin wheels revolve In tho air making r pretty sight Say Health Don Not Exist Health one of the big English au thorities Sir Michael Foster puts it docs not exist It is like happiness Each has a goal or limit which while seemingly attainable eludes perfect possession Tho body consists of a number of mechanisms which have tho closest and most exact relations and as they approximate to harmony there ia health but when dlvorderod thorn Is Ill hftkUh AUTOIST TOLD TO FOLLOW COW ACreedsaid stance gives us an exceltsnt example of moral courage When the Vote Seems Heavy A heavy vote always semi heaviest to the candidate who is ourled underneath It A recent report says that In an Uncle Tom Cabin production tit dogs wore seed but they hall Pii r slIrwrL LIFE IN THE SMALL TOWN Writer Points Out a Few of Its Ad vanTJIu Small towns havo their drawbacks No man need try It In those vigilant Jt le cimtiH to load a double life There aro faithful Bleoploso watchers st each end of tho line with several eulliiGl along tho way to report on his doings his failures to do and his misdoings Everything else falling his very thoughts aro searched The faithful vldottoa conclude from his nmallost movement or lack of move ment what must ho havo In every circumstance meant On return homo after every absence his friends and neighbors crassuxamlno him as to every detail Ho had better tell the truth because some one will In duo course turn up to point out Uio In accuracies In a faulty narratlto In large cities very few If indeed any of your neighbors will worry much or at length about your Incomings or outgoings Few If any outside your own immediate circle of home and business life care for your doings while away They are all too busy too many people moving back and forward to be kept track of The small town has not It Is true the sanatorium nnd the professional nurses of city life nor the freedom of the latter from neighborly vigilance but It has the big city beaten to a whisper when It comes to the food supply If Brown tho butcher for In stance wero to kill Smiths lump Jawed cow or Greens blackleg bull or Johnson steer that had been a fallln over since spring or did ho re Cure to keep his shop neat and clean every one In town would bo notified of his misdeeds and negligences and his buMnest soon come to a stand sCIII lie might as well In fact quit tho town for the dark deeds of which Ue had been guilty would bo recited week In and week out as regularly as the Psalms of David With each succeeding season lea criminality would assume Increasing blackness Ixnilsvlllo Herald PASTE OF NATURAL WEALTH We Act as If We Thought Our Resources Were Inexhaustible Instances of American wastefulness abound un every hand but there Is no bettor example than Is afforded by tho devastation of the forests Untold mil lions of board feet of timber are left every year by lumbermen to rot on the ground or In stumps and quanti ties almost as vast are destroyed by forest tires It was scarcely a decade ago that tho forests of the United States wero believed to bo Inexhaustible but now everybody who knows anything of the subject Is aware that they are going HO rapidly that their complete oxtlnc tlon Is a matter of only a lew years This fact Is realized by the rail road the great lumbering concerns and other extensive usera of limber and some of thorn am taking steps to roplict the forests already destroyed Hut from the planting of the seed to the cutting of tho natnrod tree Is a long tlmo to wait from 30 to 3- yearaand meantime whore Is the country to look tor Its lumber sup ply Tho deposits of minerals and metals aro going tho same way In an ad drone to the Columbia university grad uates In science the other day Dr James Douglass said that tho mon strolls wastefulness of the mining methods In vogue in this country would soon bring about the exhaustion of tbeso resources which we havo fondly regarded as Inexhaustible Colorado Springs Gazette HABIT MAY SAVE LIVES Physfclana Hint That May Be Valuable to Parents The physicians specialty was chit drons diseases and ho was lamenting that ninny little lives was lost because tbo child did not know how to help 1te1CMJC mothers would only teach their children to swell up their throats in the manner D a bird tho llttto ones would have a trick at their com nuind which might save them endless trouble later In throat diseases which often develop Intodlphtherla the phy sician finds a great difficulty In exam ining the childs throat The lIttlo ono has not the slightest Idea how to throw Its head back and swell the throat up so that tho doctor may peer Into It satisfactorily And whats more tho child is afraid that something Is going to happen and resists all efforts toward un examination Now If a child has been taut to Imitate n bird ho or she walks up to the physician without hesitation and throws back the head In pride to show what It can do later If gar gllng is prescribed tho child knows Just how to go about it and consequently gets well quick In case of threatened pnoumonla children aro handicapped because they do not know how to raise tho mucous If they havo been taught the throat swelling trick however they easily raise the mucus and materially help themselves toward recovery Contradiction of Terms An Englishman always keen to crit icize was looking at the Flatiron building from tho Worth monument Queer people you Americans dont you know ho said You call that the Flatiron building Its flat enough I moat admit but Its stone dont you know not ItonN Y Press Warm and Cool Many people like their opposites Thats Mf I know somo Boston rlrlu who havo aany lvarai friends THE PARABLE OF THE TALENTS Sunday School Lesson for Oct21 1506- Spectalljr Prepared for ThIs Ptptr LESSON TEXTMatt 151430 Memory verse 2L- UOLDFN TlXTA faithful man 2820TtJltTueadnyD W Immediately following last lesson the slopes of Mount Olivet overlooking Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought V 14 Note that tho revisers omit tho words the kingdom of heaven It is Important that we bo ready and watchful for Christs coming will be like the return of this man of affairs who before ho set out upon his Journey to a far country thus arranged for the conduct of his business during his absence Called hIs own serv ants His slaves V 1C Five talents The talent was a weight not a coin Tho talent of gold has been estimated as worth 55000 and If the talent he of sil ser it may consist of either light shekels or heavy shekels In the for mer case Its value would be about 41000 In the latter case 2000 Ac cording to his several ability God has given to each just what we have capacity to use to best advantage V 16 Straightway See Rev Ver The promptness and energy of the man who received five talents contributed largely to his success In doubling his capital Traded with the same Literally worked with them that is lie used them In bust ness We trade with our talents when we do the best we can In ovary direc lion V 17 Tho man of two talents we may take as the average man prob ably ourselves V 18 Ho that bail received one When wo recollect that eon talent represented either JlOOO or 2000 we see that It was something not to bo despised nut this man Instead of being thankful that ho was not burdened with more than ho could take caro of had riot energy enough to do anything with his own talent Hid his lords money When secure banks wero almost unknown this was often done V 10 After a long time Here Is nil intimation that Jesus return might be long delayed Hero Is an suranco that each IB to havo abun dant opportunity to do tho work Jesus has given him to do Reek IIcnleIa day of public reckoning when all will sco that God hall dealt wisely lovingly Justly with each V 20 Ho five talents This ono represents a person who has been richly endowed with Intellectual and spiritual graces V 21 Good and faithful Ho is good because ho put his whole heart into his work he Is faithful because he wrought with loving confidence in his mauler It Is not success but goodness and faithfulness that Jesus commends Kuler over many things The first reward of faithfulness is an enlarged sphere of usefulness and responsibility Enter thou Into the Joy of thy Lord An oriental mas ter on his return often spreads a great banquet to his faithful serv ants Tho faithful Christian enters Into the Joy of Christ Jesus Vs 52 23 Wo must note that the man who faithfully used two tal eats Is Just as highly commended and receives the same reward as the first manV 24 Came and said This man began at once to make excuses and thereby really accused himself Lord hard man Hard thoughts of his master had much to do with this mans sloth In the spiritual world it Is not knowing God that leads to many of our mistakes and sins V 25 I was afraid Ho means to say that ho was afraid to make any venture with his talent lest ho lose all We should not hesitate to do what we can through fear of mak log mistakes Thou hast that is thine He fancied that he was honest yet yet was most outrageously dis honestV Wicked and slothful There are sins of omission as well as of commission To neglect to do tho good we niltht do Is a crime no less time doing positive evil Thou know eat Perhaps this ought to bo read Knowest thou V 27 Exchangers Bankers or money lenders who would have re ceived the money on deposit and paid interest on it VA 28 29 Take the talent from him The parable represents this us tho masters command but it pic tures only the Inevitable result of dis useV 20 Unprofitable servant Ho has brought no profit to his master nor to himself ho has wasted and lost his capacity for blessedness has fitted himself for the outer darkness apart from God and from the JOYS of the faithful Weeping and gnash fug of teeth Practical Points V 14 God has not only a creators but a lovers claim upon us and our ervlco2 Cor 5 14 15 V 14 The work of distributing Gods highest blessings among man kind has been entrusted to his loving humrn chlldren2 Cor 5 19 V 1C Great advantages bring great responsibilities Luke 12 48 V17 Dy diligence we continually IncVcaio our ability Prov 104 V 24 Hard thoughts of the master render one incsroablc of faithful aerv lceRom11 31185 Berea College 19067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 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 So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade rae tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print ing Woodwork Dressmaking Household Management Learn and EarnrI ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest I ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following ears winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate I MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing naabrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes boobs toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay Jot cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a J ttiar JDefoiHi as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fee to help oa expenses for iareof school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term S+oo in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 7oo in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished roomI for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 I Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows 1 nci dental Fee no refunding and roomret for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th day 54- 0lOUR e SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careM regulations to character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest t6 do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge I Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Ex- I I cept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to urn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- S1 The best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall 1it It is important to come the first day September ia and stay till the end December 19 JFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY lr nn Madison County Roller Mills 14UIN f- Msat41acturcn Fancy IeZIIr rllilriCan Meal Ship Stilifs Ctrt fin Clalflt EM Our lOLD DUST Rdkr tr1M M- 14ard N butP- WDlr Of MADISON Is uetlcr Eica 3 Thw- M Potts Ducrson f1Mr Fetlw Kp 1- i I i rid rTHE HOME I The Rights of the Child lly Dr A IS TlioniMin weekiI inflicting vain after wrong deed It is teaching that unpleasant results follow wrong doing That is Gods law The paront by wise punishment may often RIO the child from vastly worse paiu in tho futuro The child has a right to the lesson Too often tho punishment is only connected with ono thing as breaking a dish or doing ono forbidden thing Th ml1II1withthe child will go to tho other extreme Thorn is no need of its being too strict Uso wisdom but do not throw tho bars down Beyond a doubt the best average character in this country was produced in the early clay which are often called I Puritanic Much of tho common lawlessness o today is tho result of lawlesness allowed in tho homo Disciplino must be continued as long as tho child is under the carp of the parent or till tho lesson of self conirol has been learned Parents often say they believe in using reason True reason will often call for punishment Habits often blind reason mid habit is often acquired by the child before reason becomes possible Tho child has a right to help in forming right habits before tho time when reason can help Then when reason cornea to the child it is not blinded by wrong habits already formed 0 God has shown his view lie gave Abraham a vision of tho future because Abraham was a man who could command his children in righteous ways Tho book of proverbs is filled withwisdom In it God gives his view of thIs question Correct thy son and ho will givo theo rest yea he will givo dalight to thy soul 2017 Tho rod and reproof give wisdom but a child left to himself causoth shame to his mother v15 Foolishness is bound up in the heart ofa child but the rod of correction shall drive it from him 2245 Ho that spar eth his rod hateth his son but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes 1324 Chasten thy son seeing there is hopo and net not thy hoary on his destruction 1018 Tho New Testament supports these words Children are to obey their parents and parents are to help them to do if Tho rod docs not always mean whipping but represents punishment of any kind People may say I believe thus and so but tho Word of God is plain Even tho State holds a parent responsible for tho childs con duct If time child destroys property the parent has to pay for it Tho Stato holds that tho parent should have controlled the child 7 Tho common practice is cruel The childs future is of more val ue than its present pleasure Tho child wants unfit food Tho parent yields and the child suffers Was the parent kind or cruel f Tho child grows up uncontrolled breaks State laws and tho law of God becomes a convict bees his soul Was it kind or cruel f 8 The happiest homes are those whore wise and loving authority is found and where the child has been taught to reapond readily and pleas antly Children in such homes are often praised for their good behavior while only the parents know how much careful disciplinolias been needed to produce it It is to be feared that such homes are becoming more rare in the land Happy is the man roared in such a home Ho is not bound by his selfish desires lIe does not say in the words of a popular song I want what I want when I want it Happy are tho parents who hove thus trained their children Not only in this world but through all eternity their children shall rise up and call them blessed ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural SchoolsIHT rnnr cirvitius n JlnnISECURITIESContinued Problem VI If I wish to buy stock paying 4 percent so as to realize 0 per cent on my investment what paySolution M V = per coat of P V VhyI2 1 pr ct = pr ct 3 100 pr CtofM V =75 pr Ctof1V I can 76 ct for tho stocktRATIO and PROPORTIONIA ratio is merely a division and a proportion is an equation the members ot which arc divisions giving equal quotients or ratios Every proportion may bo solved by a unit analysis involving only multiplication the only advantage in the proportion being that by it the relations existing between members can be seen so that work can be shortened by omitting common factors from dividend and divisor in every proportion there is one and only one un known term A change in any given term must affect the value of this unknown term If the second ratio of the proportion be formed of the unknown and its cor responding term placing the unknown as the last term of thQ proportion then all terms which are to be multi plied with the unknown will form the first term of the proportion and those divided into it will form the second- TO BE CONTINUED f tTIDE FARM I Why Kentucky Farmers Should Grow Cow Peas As an example of the profit in raising these peas for stock feed several years ago on the college farm wo had a rather poor field of three acres sown in rye on which the milk cows were allowed to graze until early in May Then the rye was plowed under and whippoorwill peas wore sown broadcast a bushel and a peck to the acre They made a fine stand and completely covered tho ground In October forty head of hogs including peasTheyThoyhanestodwith tho manure that had accumulated on the ground trod in the spring the field was sown to oats producing one of the finest crops ever harvested on the College Farm I At the present time the College farm has a fourteen acre fieldwhich was planted in corn last spring peas being sown among the corn and cultivated in as the corn was laid by Tho first of September tho corn was cut oil and hauled up to the barn where it was cut up into short bits by the fodder cutter and run into the silo to furnish feed for the dairy cows next winter The peas immediately came forward very rapidly andnow cover the ground with a dense mat They would furnish a Iwo amount of grazing for cows or pigs during tho coming month or maybe plowed under making an improvement crop for the soil equal in value to a good coat of manure One of the largest tobacco growers near Lexington regularly sows thirtyor forty acres of his blue grass land to peas plowing under the entire crop that ho may keep his boil rich In tho humus andnitrogen which they afford Thero is no other crop within the reach of tho southern farmer so well adapted to bring into tilth and fertility thin and worn fields Tho small mountainside patch or broad stretch of poor sandy laud or a worn field of limestone clay are all benefited by them U should bo remembered however that they only have tho power to gather nitrogen and supply humus They cannot add potash or phosphoric acid to the soil and poor soils are to need these valuable substances also for the production of fruit and grain The nitrogen that tho peas will gather is worth as much per pound as coffee but do not expect too much of them Save all tho wood ashes to put on the land and buy potash and phosphoric acid if more is needed to fill out big ears ofcorn or heads of wheatt t S 0 MASON i II p TIAOnits vlun Tim Teacher May be n Ilenirnrlnr To Members of the Teachers Club The rural public school hns reached another crisis Iu Its attendance this school year Apple peeling bra stringing quilttng wood and ooa hat Ing fodder putlltiR anti molasses lank ling are depleting the rolls of the pub lie school teacher Whats to bo dons Dont contend that the absence Is not necessary From tIt stand poled of tho parents anti cull their act IH Justified You must ilenl with theeto attendtAbsent for days some weeks some n month The excuse or rnosnn tint took them away Is nrobubly now gone willfalive or reclaimed Convince the public that there Is n living orKiitilsm nt the old schoolhouse and tint there Is something goy everyhourVary your exercises readjust your schedule change your program Getup an educational rallv Have a bask ot dinner Wrlto beforehand to some man or woman who is planning a winter school Invite him to mete and represent hili Bchnol AntI make r speech on education Invite the preachers Send personal Invitations to oil iwnsoiiB of Influence within reach Send word to tho nhaent ones Fol low this up with a visit as soon on It Is poselbla Cull In Mr Perkins Mr Smith Mr Jonee hind the rest and nil them to see Willie and his parents about petting him luck In school Hack your brains for ways and meant or gutting tack to their dMks ovary boy nnd girl you have lost Leave no doubt 86 to your personal Interest In every one of them On your visits mud to see these altsenteee bo eloquent about affairs at school Iteture the doings at school till they wont stay away unless theyI are bound to dn so Call tar their hooks Show them the ground covI ered by the ClAM sine they loft Show them how they can make up lust 1911I sons Tell theta of Incidents of and class Ten about Individual tNIdents you have promoted occasions of visits from InrJu8nllaiI people your spelling match Friday evening exercises etc etc Now dont begin to think of the blunders you have made or what seine body may sy or the InKratltude oCI Mrs Unthank or the saucy W1rdt Just sent you by Dill CroMpalch orIof Ute poor koue or the poor desks I aDd black board or mana and charts or the lack of nroiwr feel or any oih j obatractloBB lint remember that ywi position la that little district school mAil 8 It possible fur you to ml stint examples and pnt In motion such In fluenree that boys will be saved from an evil wxinM and glrte from a life of sham Isnt It MI that you have the sKnatlon before you with the conditions jaM right to convince beyond doubt all the young people of your little dreta that you have a per sonal unaelftah interest In them The teacher who thus works In artHwt to build up and maintain the t attendance In his school may be a realr benefactor Thp one who does not may on the contrary be a fraud anti a rubber by taking money for work he doaa nut do and depriving the children of the education they needs ought to imvo B p DIZNBY ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS Relict of Confederacy Head Dies In New York Hotel From Pneumonia t New York Oct 17Mrs Jefferson thIa I Is detail Death was duo to pnoumonla Induced by a wivoro cold which Mrs Davis contracted upon her return from tho Adlrondacks whero she had spent the summer months Although grave tears wero folt from the first Mrs DaI Jhoryear ago rave hope of ultimate rocovI ery until Monday nlKht when a de cldad change for the worse was ovl dent and tho attending physicians an nouncod that the end was near Shot To Save Her Own Life Chicago Oct 17ln the presence of her daughter and a party of childrent Mrs Sarah Alcopla shot and killed her htmbaud John I Alcopla nt their homo Tho shots were fired to navo hor own life Alcopla was chasing her around the house with a butcher knlff and she ran into hor bedroom took a revolver from tho dresser aorlI fired two shots one striking the man In tho left templo and the other In the lung He died Instantly Goes Up For Life Albany N YrOct17John C Ham mond tho young cabinet maker on trial horo for tho past three weeks for murder In the first degree In having strangled to death his aged wife was found guilty of murder In the second degree and sentenced to life Imprison ment The Jury was out nth night Guilty of Hazing Annapolis Md Oct 17rMldshlp man n P Culler Jr of Calais 0 was given 200 demerits for hazing Godfrey Do C Chevalier of the fourth clanIGutters offense was in going to leers room and applying a nickname to him Lifts the Quarantine Now Orleans Oct 17Flrst steps toward removing tho yellow fever quarantine regulations wore taken by tho Louisiana state board of health Tho resumption of passenger traffic was ordered into effect immediately For Senator New Haven Ct Oct 17Frllnk H Buttorworth the noted Yale football player of 10 or 12 years ago formerly of Cincinnati 0 has been nominatedI for state senator to senatorial dl trlctc ooeoeoeoeoeoeovosoeoeoeov Eighth Kentucky i- Ho 1S teneIl 0 Tlirlllliic HturyaIhnlnrllhlalrnl o Innt Itrglnirntlixik In thin Civil Wnr oeoeoeoeoeoeceoscioeoeovo O CHAPTER X Continued Tho division marched to within si miles of McMlnnvllle where till whol command arrived next day the 7th of July and formed an oncatunmsnt t halt a mile east of town Vhllo erect tag shelter tents n heavy rain was pouring down 1 was fortunate to B8t quartered with a citizen of tho town whore I remained ten days On our arrival at McMlnnvllle tho unionists appeared to be overjoyed at their deliverance from the tender mercies of John Morgan an his loud and to again seo their friends return from their exile of eleven months The 10th of July wo resolved thin welcome news of tho surrender of Vicksburg About this time we hail favorable reports from the army ol the Iotonuc Our artillery was used freely In our rejoicings at tho pros pects of soon subduing tho rebellion tlrlght wore our anticipations of an early return horn to friends Uut wo knew not the many hard marches and bloody battles death and starvation that awaited many of us before final victory should crown our lUxire The 14th our wagon train arrived regimentalThe 18th the Eighth moved a few hundred yards and were soon dwell ing In a nicely eluded and dee rated scrupulouslyNearly every day detail front tome brigade wore sent out foraging and the men usually returned with some thing frosh for their uifteininlwi Tho 18th I had recovered and re irorted for duty and the next day took commend of a foraging party of wagonIImiles from camp and arriving there readyforwith a down old mowing scythes and trip of cradles borrowed from farm anllhmdiilMrand threats were treated as Idle vapor hu18Illment and as the loaded wagons filed inIlgttant sore of chickens departing with tare exhausthis UIIlathorestment90th Orderly F p Wood left for lien tacky on furlough carrying a consid erable sum of nosey for tho soldierswives and families living In Madbnn and Efitlll counties aCoroglngcan1leulenanl oureturnCptalapartofwhen near town privao Durgoes of Company 11 In his tetrwr hounKenrt fared to overtake tho cnmmand tadpromisedremained seated on his horse until nBurgessCaptainWrightll by the thumbs two hours In tho AlterCUllAdjutantParkmg on Interview at headquarters I ltolItol h sees opposing the mode of punish especially for trivial offenses that It was not through any dis oriswordsfollowedextra duty Tho conversation between myself and the lieutenant colonel WIISI without auditors save a negro who started the report of our high liketiroparadetheanti caught me up and carried mo to my quarters on their shoulders mean fromdtv151oaapVetrancoof blackedlInpurchnxdCtacJting i It difficult to transform their worn and rusty shoes Into anything like 1VTownsend hisbadlyon Uio order took his place with the nicelylacked bottomcontrast more conspicuous Many of wlntthroughorImowledgoLieutenant Colonel Mayhew who ap geared to know of no other mode of punishment promptly Townsend lasedtoexpired Captain Martin passing by lockettakeTownsends mouth for him to get a uptooktheEighth enrorolnsdangerous undertaking in the com mand after that To be continued A OlAIlANTKKl ClIUK YOU PILES DruJtRillOINTMENT fail to cure In 6to14day soc 1 I I REAL ESTATEI I have a farts containing 74acres next to tho pike and in renuh of heron College This in a very good form It has a large house on it good water good barn nod a good orchard There are 1 5 acres in grass This farm 7 xisworth nacre than I oak for it There is now 4 acres in MAlliAouIcounty tiny ono wanting this place will do well to call sad see J P Hitknoll at onco I also have improved and unimproved lots in Boron t for saletplements fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paints OUIIT roofing steel and galvanized I mako a specialty In put ting on roofing If you will call at my store Iwill show you the latiint host and most txronomlcal oil Moves that arc on tho market A perfect wanly and n great comfort to tho lady in the kitchen I have n very complete lino of groceries hardware dry goods clothing and If you want a good suit of clothttfl nt very little money como and see mo BICKNELLt+++ t t + +frss + t t t + 1 Orrrrrrrvrrrrrrrrrrrrrrvrr Ovrterrtrrrrrrrr rrr r rkrrr- rWHOI r SAID GROCERIES e 11 iEt W D LOGSDON When you want good things nt low prices hes tho man lj Itto talk with tooA go 50u 0 v S All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon 2 a i I Logsdons Up toDate Grocery Store I g aAAilittilAititRililAilittAAkitAAIAGLOUISVILLE RAILROAD Time Table InlEffect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron 888 n iu Arrive Richmond Iln in Arrive Paris 628 u in Arrive Cincinnati4J n in Oolnc North Train 2 Dally Leave heron 1 lIIrnArrivo lliohmond 200 p in Arrive P r1a31lO p lit Arrive Ciuoinuat 010 p in Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Boreal121 p in Arrive p rn Going South Train I Dally Learn Heron 1220 n in Arrive Knoxville 730 n in HQOIPMHNT Train mtmben I amt i rang nutlet fvrl4waarleebebetweeeC tunaa- mi KiMivilt In bulk iHttctloM Train nam bet i and 4 entry PutlHM a TcMltmM eleeptna nrandcaMh betweae CiBdnMli awl KBOK rtlle In both dlrrdhmt W H BOWER Ticket Agent BARGAINS Meal aDo ps + bushel Granulated Sugar 5c per Hi Flour tOe to 6Bc per sack Heat Bacon lie jwr 1h Salt I0ojor 100 lbs Good Coffee 12Jo RUt ICo per Ih All other goods ntjho lowest OH sible prices M D SETTLE Dig lull Ky lOne CoMnotliei The seasons first cold yieldIonIlongernecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EmUlSlDB when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sAmple SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 40J41J Pearl Street New York SOc and 100 Ml druggists iIAAAAAAAiIAAiilAA4AAAifyYt ti1 FEELING LIVERISH This Morning7 TAKE lAAnd Gentle LaxativeI 8UiVr ItaM tat N we i 4 II Spoons Forks Knives IPiecesI 847 R GmBROS rulUIthe ltb stamp of the genuine Kouen by leading dealers scud fur Catalogue GI1 to tbe maker InUrntUoiul Witt Ca Mirldia CORK HOUSES TO RENT Boron College lion a few desirable houses to rout III Bore some of them with barn cold pardon Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day 045 to 12 n m or 3 to 4 p m 4rat1IYYern rtratbtr rretKr ttttrtnial IIitf A nice little Cottage t House of four rooms on t Depot Street Lot 83 t by 269 feet Callon sA or address J I G D tIOLLIDAY t REAL ESTATE AGENT aIAiN ST IIKUKA KY iRK rrttKk QJl1cclu rc Earm nf i rptttriir w fficittu Antmra Dy R S STURGIS i Preiltlcnt of the Spanliti Club or BOlton I ifolIcism that it is not n republic at all but that it is an oligarchy in ninny cases and in other cases n dictatorship To answer the question whether tho republic inSpanish Aincrifn has been n success ono must consoientiously say both yes nnd no It seems to have boon a success in Argentina and Chili for example whllo of some other countries like Vene zuela Colombia and Porn ono might say Unit it had lon fur front a succeed nut to say of any one country in SpanishAmerica that the republic thoro has been a success is to admit that in other countries it nwy bo u succor in limp The jtooplo of Spaniili 4 nio tea have scon tUplr country exploited for centuries fur tho selfish oats of individuals and groups of individuals It is natural that tho general idea of government should bo that it is something that a nana may got wmoUiing out of if ho olin manage to obtain A Blare in it That however is not a viov peculiar to SpanishAmericans it Is quito common in into United Status but not to the same extent as in SpftnifthAmorlon I had very littloDonfid ncc in the succee of tho Cuban republic nnd win vest agreeably disop qintodMmtU tho recent events seemed to indicate thin n large part of tho people do not liP peer to IH ready to submit to the will tf S9 tit majority or to find some other method limn mil war for the settlement of their politit grievance I rarcl1 fur Jnle- ltuprnfitable Dy JOHN RITCHIE JR or Duiloii Scltntlfle Society From thb commercial standpoint difficult RCO any cash value to the discovery ofa pole the polo for example Thorouto through the frown seas Nova Xcmbbi Green land requiring might from two to three year traverse could hardly of jtoswhle use an atcijlie for trading VMtrb for pleasure parties while from what is known of the commer dial products of the region there struts be prospect of a return on the cost of exploration were this purely a business venture The value of poUr nvetrch therefore to the wry bwt of our present knowledge lies in ilekls other than the cninmerfial The exploration of the poles lifts however a value to science and like utanjroUiar ittfflUvs in which much money is spent this lire in added information or knowledge and mental satisfaction Practically all the VHM of tlto pdonco of astronomy lies apart from any help that it can give us in a business way It Is very tnw that we depend upon astronomy for our Unto for great help in tilt navigation ofveaols across the oceans ml for tho ability to determine how far apart two places may be on the surface of the onrih But it in also true that enough now knowtr of the motions of thin earth moon and planets to serve every demand that made by commerce An observation onco twice a year perhaps and a few computations will be all that the biwuiess man can use commercially But tlicre are few who consider the large sums spent in astronomical research wasted because theyadd largely the knowledge that man has about hie surroundings In the enmo way most intelligent men do not begrudge Uic cost in time and human life that the werch for tbe pow demands The most of the disagreement and dianiMion this sub ject is about the way to accomplish it and on I4this point there seem to be nearly many opinions there are individual Ur1trr Jay fug ifr- alliu3 rruirr Dy CAPT J L MANSON SeeretAry Boston Marine Society it is to from to as it to IK as or to little is is or as so to on as as JL 1ttLn If as reports say it is becoming more difficult to flll the lifesaving with kindof men that are wanted nobody will doubt there is something wrong the conditions of that service The lifesaver must be a strong ablebodied man of better physique than the sailor and of as good physique as the member of any government service His work at tittles is exciting but often tedious and wearisome al though it is neither so laborious nor BO hazardous on whole as that of seaman A man on board ship must from the nature of his occupation endure every storm that ho encounters lie has no escape ho is con fined to a small space and he is obliged to render active service in sever eat weather oftentimes severer tie weather the more active tho service The lifesaver in n more advantageous position but at times ho is ci posed to dangers and hardships which threaten limb and life Under these conditions it seems no mono titan fair that tho government should establish tho principle that a lifesaver who is disabled or fatally injured iJ the performance of his duty or while in active service should his family or his near relatives if they are dependent on him provided for bya pension that would cover his incapacitation or death When we remember the kind of man who is most eagerly sought for the lifesaving service we may realize that it is essential that the service should bo well paid Such a titan is young active alert energetic strong and bravo and capable of endurance and for him today there are numerous opportunities waiting in tho active and more remunerative fields of enterprise The service is a necessary one and it is necessary that it shouldcon thin who are in every sense cllicicnt to perform its duties If on the salary that lifesavers got with alt tho conditions of service such men cannot be had it is only a question of tho degree of attrac tion that shall be offered If the government docs not now pay enough and otter strong enough inducements to tho right men why the government must pay more and offer better inlucciucnU north service tho that with the the the the have men Z BRYAN SCANDALIZED I HIS NATURE REVOLTS AT HUMAN SELFISHNESS f He Would Have People Stop Voting for a Protective Tariff Merely Oe cause It Helps Dullness and S Makes Everybody Pros perous and Happy Mr Bryan Is scandalized it tho thouRht Uiat men should vote to main Lain a protective turlftVfYom more sel flshness to gratify the greed of gain Manufacturers do it because they prosper under protection and nro ruined by federal trade Wage earners do it because there is plenty of work at high wages under protection while under free trade there is little work and much lower wagesFarmers do it because everything they own and have to sell has a far higher market value under protection than under freo trade Merchants do It because they can sell more goods and make more money under protection than under free tradeItallroad and steamboat men do it because they earn more freight and passengers and earn higher dividends under protection than under free trade Doctors lawyers and preachers do it because more coin comos their way undcrpiotectlon than under freo trade Now nil this says Mr Bryan Is radically wrong It denotes a low moral tone Iltghtly considered it Is little better titan pocket picking or safe blowing People should vote for a principle not for personal advantage- It Is a sad world we live in truly Mr Ilryans altruistic nature and son sitive soul are appalled at the wicked ness of it He sees but one remedy Danish protection and bring in tree trade Hut wait a bit Are wo not told by tho superior thinkers that protection Is a clog That with freo trade wo should all be richer and happier That our country has prospered not because but in spite of the protective policy That only when wo get free trade shall we be really and truly prosperous How about that Mr Bryan Is there not then greater peril to our Im mortal souls in tree trade than In protection How shall we dare to vote for free trade if It IB going to Increase our wealth Heroin are some sore perplexities for thoso who would like to be truly good If we faro hotter we shall fare worse Ilko the man hiding from the police If we are found we shall bo lostMr Hryaus remedy will not work It doos not point ttio way to tho boatl tudos Quite otherwise It threatens to mako us criminals of a deeper dye Under all the circumstances It Is probably wiser not to be too altruistic The safer course in to stick to proteo tlon As the worldly minded would say stand pat Not Made In London- A statement In the Dally Consular and Trade Reports of August 2S Is sued by the bureau of manufactures department of commerce and labor very effectually dlsp61s the Illusion that time host dressed of Americans have their clothes made In London Recently a loading West End tailor writing to true London Mall assorted that few Americans who can afford It and who prize style quality end lit order their clothes anywhere else but In london The absurdity of this pretension Is shown in the British export statistics Out of a grand total of articles of wearing apparel valued at 123224300 exported to all tho countries of tho earth In 1905 tho exports to tho United Stains amounted to a paltry 275000 Of this only 93000 represented goods made of wool or wool mixed with other materials It is probable that this sum when reduced to 50000 would cover all the clothing made for welldressed Americans by fashionable London tailors The fact that Americans aro tho best dressed people in the world con I pled with the fact that probably 999 per cent of all the clothes worn by American men la made by American tailors points unerringly to tho con clusion that American tailors are the best In tho world It13 also a fact that tho readymado clothing of the United States surpasses In fit style and quality time madetoorder clothing of the teat of tho world Early Autumn Fruit Evidences of the unrest that wo have heardBo much about are not vis ible In Vermont and Wisconsin In both of these states tho protection party seems to be on a perfectly level keel Vermont has just elected tho regular Republican candidate for gov ernor by tho customary majority against an independent candidate who appealed especially to tho unrestful element Wisconsins Republican pri mary elections have resulted In the nomination of a candidate for gover nor directly opposed to La Follottoa tariff ripping tendencies It looks as though tho stand pat campaign was tho right thing Certainly It is bear- Ing some excellent early autumn fruit It tho president is not a stand patter ho is as near it as the average Republican lie doesnt regard tariff schedules OB something that should be held sacred and Inviolable but ho does think that it would be madness to jeopardize general busi ness by an aasaut upon tho tarIff which conditions do not warrant Lawrence Telbgram BRYANS FREE TRADE ALLIES Disgruntled Trusts Will Help Him to Break Down the Price of Labor As Mr Bryan has not recanted in tho matter of the tariff ho is still for freo trade and as he Is the recognized leader of his party Indeed Its dictator tho policy ho favors will be carried out to tho letter should the next congress In Its k wet branch be won by the Democrats And Mr Uryan IB very IIkelyto kayo some allies who wilt bo now on that sldo of tho fight Ifex orbitant trust prices are to bo forced dowji by Irw it is certain the monop pllsts will move at oneo to cut down the wages of their workmen Some of them argue already that while the price of gas and electricity has been cut down in response to public de mands the cost of living In the matter of rents And as to other Items has been forced up by the general pros perity Most of the monopolistic trusts Including the beef trust and the railroad trust want revenge on Presi dent Roosevelt and the Republicans because of the strong reformative legislation passed by the last congress They will do everything in their power to help Mr Bryan elect Democratic congressmen because the big cut In the tariff sure to follow It the Demo crats control will permit the competi ion of foreign cheap labor and oper ate to reduce tho wakes of American workmen at once The monopolistic trusts caro for the tailtf only as long as they are protected and are able to gather in tho llono share of tho profits The policy of President Rouse volt and the Republicans back of him In congress which forces a proper di- Vision of tho profits of protection between capital and labor and Insists If there must be unequal division the actual producer that Is tho working man shall be the elder beneficiary has enraged tho monopolists In re vengo they will use their Influence to elect Bryan free trade Democratic cong amen so that a reduction maybe made in the price of American labor to meet the competition tram abroad Republican congressmen stand committed to the principle of protec tion and will bo found defending the tariff and defending It the more strongly the more drastic is the internal legislation framed to Insure a bet tor distribution of the profits arising under It to the actual producers A vote for a Democratic congressman this year will be a vote to cut down tho wages of tho American working manSt Louis GlobeDemocrat Queer Sort of Protectionism- In an Interview with the Louisville CourierJournal a leading free trade newspaper exSenator Wnshburn of Minnesota declares himself In favor of Immediate revision of tho tariff and a broad and comprehensive provision for tho negotiation of treaties of reel procity Incidentally he remarks that there Is no need of protection either on Bhel rolls or wheat As showing how valuable this testimony should be to the free trade party he adds It may be unnecessary for me to say that I am a lifelong Republican and an ardent defender of the princi plo of the protective tariff Wo should say that this statement was on the contrary very necessary No one would suspect the gentleman of being an ardent defender of the principle of the protective tariff As a railroad president Interested In buy Ing steel rails In the cheapest market and being also largely interested in the profits of grinding free wheat from Canada Mr Washbura cannot be said to have been passionately devoted to protection for the last 12 or 15 years Ever since the people of Minnesota made up their minds to dispense with his services as United States senator he has had his doubts about protec tion He regards it as all right In principle but all wrong In operation It Is n long time however since it mattered very much what Mr Vash burn thought about any public Question A Specific Illustration That the protective tariff creates monopolies Is a charge many times repeated by time opponents of protec tion That protection encourages and builds up competition in the United States is tho claim of friends of that policy and proof of that claim is given in tho existence of manufacturing competition In this country such as nu other nation possesses A spo rifle illustration of tho power of protection In the way of building up com petition Is shown in tho fact that tho great United States Steel company has been recently beaten In competition with tho MIOvalo company for an important government contract Tho Mldvalo company Isa comparatively new competitor for largo contracts To provide competition by making It possible for all American manufac turors to grow and prosper seems a mora desirable way than to weaken homo efforts by admitting foreign competition with all tho differences in wages nnd other values which the latter involves Practical experience proves that the American way la the best way Adrian Mich Times A Bad Year This la a bad year for American la bor to commit any political follies It Is a bad year to hold the door open for tariff changes U Is certainly n bad year to withhold hearty support from the Republican party that has created all tho wonderful prosperity that work Ingmen enjoyand that Is tho opinion too of tho groat majority of workingmen who will voto for Republican tariff protection as they always do Newark Advertiser r In 1S64 the Republican party reelected Lincoln ypll at d his ap grcnslvo war policy declared that niavArv meat ho abolished OD Ii q A HANDY WAGON BOX Easily Constructed and Can Be Used for Variety of Hauling This horemodc wagon box may be constructed with little labor and expense and is very useful Cora variety of hauling For time sills I used two Umbers 194x8 Inches by 12 feet long of hard pine For the floor I used six pieces of No 1 sheeting hard pine for the top of the rack each 3 Inches Sides and Ends of Wagon Box wide For the floor ordinary hard pine flooring was used For stays at the side I used 2x3 Inch strips The front end gate was made solid as shown In corner left of cut but the bnck gate was made in two pieces either ono of which could be left out This Is a fine rack says the Farm and Home for hauling wood hogs hay fodder or corn For ordinary purposes the slutted sides can be turned down but when loose stuff like ear com or fodder Is hauled the sides can be raised Tho material for this box costs 10- USE ROAD DRAG OFTEN Use Will Put Road In FirstClass Con dition The King load drag does firstclass work Our toad was In such a bad shape that it was almost impossible to travel says a Minnesota farmer in Farm and Home I worked on it ono and onehalf days and it put the road In pretty good shape a distance of four miles with that amount of labor If I put in another day and a halt the road will bo In fine condition- I think that ono man four horses and the King drag will do just as much and as iood work or more than five men and sonic other graders Tim King drag should be weighted down with the driver and 200 pounds be sides the horses hitched ahead If all the farmers would own one of the KIng drags and use the machine right after a rainfall We could soon have good roads Dead Leaves Dead leaves are of great value for fertilizing purposes In the garden and they are also good to keep out frost In the winter For banking around a building to keep out the cold nothing Is bettor They are useful for a covering for vegetables stored In tho cel lar or burled out of doors Sweet po tatoos can bo rapt In leaves They can be used ns a covering for tho flower beds in the fall to protect them from freezing They are useful for protection to tho strawberry bed and any other plants that are In one place for more than one season They aro good to use as mulching material in stead of straw or refuse They make fine stable bedding In the winter and are in good condition as manure for the garden by spring Dry leaves mako good litter for the poultry house Grain can be scattered in the leaves and the chickens have to scratch for It Intensive Agriculture The possibilities of Intensive Agri culture are Illustrated In the pot eel tures where nil the conditions of irrl gation drainage and fartlllzatton are under control It Is declared by Prof Cyril G Hopkins that three times as large crops are grown In pots as In the open field and that when pot cul tetra of plants Is to he used for com paring field work It Is fair to expect from the fields only one thlyd as great yields as are obtained from the pots This shows that the yield of the earth may be Increased at least three times beyond what It Is now Under such a system of agriculture the world would support three times Its present population even If the present popula tion wore all It could support under existing conditions increasing Soil Capacity The population of the United States was about 5308000 In 1800 whllo In 1900 It was 76303000 At the begin ning of last century thero were 6G people in every square mile of the territory that composed tho then repub he At the close of the century there Arere 256 In every square mile of the country As all know most of the good land has been brought under cul tivation It now remains to bring tho arid lands under cultivation and to Improve the cultivation of the good lands The process of robbing the soil Is being gradually stopped as Intelli gence Increases but the robbed lands must now bo brought back to heir first productiveness Some row years ago a few eitomol oglsts were quite hopeful that Insects like grasshoppers and chinch bugs might be hilled at wholesale by scat tering the germs ofa illseis1 among them Tl i plan seems to have been a failure IGRASSES FOR PASTURAGE I have seeded considerable land tblt past ten years and will give briefly my experience and observation writes a correspondent of Farmers Review f- In Mercer county Illinois the blue grass and redtop In tho lowlands will supplant all other grasses In a short time when used either as meadow or pasturage especially the latter lily plan of getting a good pasture Is aa follows I seed In either spring or autumn if in spring with oats In autumn with rye With oats I go through with seeder and sow one bushel of clover seed to ten acres of ground then I sow three bushels of oats disk thoroughly har row once the same way then son one peck of timothy seed then croti har row and leave until oats are ready to harvest and almost Invariably have a good stand If on low ground I add a little red top which is easily frown and yields a bountiful supply ol both hay and pasture I sow clover first as it roots deepest The folUfwInjc year I have an excellent crop of hay pasture In the fall At this time tine grass appears and in two or three years Is firmly ret After the Jlrst year the land may be pastured sttad lly and soon forms a firm sod Rye Is an excellent crop with which tQ seed 1 plow the land about four inches deep as soon as fats are ott of the way enough to cove all trash I then sow my rye nt the rate of onn and onehalf bushel per acre and one tenth bushel clover seed harrow once and then apply one peck of timothy and lowland red top and harrow thor oughly This should be done by September first It then gets all the fall rains After October first it may be pastured in dry weather In the spring It may be pastured without in jury to either crop until June first Rye always shells out some and will reseed ithelf and makes excellent pas ture of meadow Whether seeding with rye or oats I always rut the stubble high to protect from the hot sun In the past ten years I have never yet missed getting a good solid stand for pasture or meadow OIL IN MACADAM HIGHWAYS Experiments Being Conducted In This Country to Test Their Value Road experts are more or less Inter ested In the use of oil on highways in Chicago says the Prairie Farmer what was known as the old Midway In 1903 has been converted Into a boul evard connecting Washington and Jackson parks On the south drive of time old Midway the park commissioners have applied oil to the drive with the result that it has become hard and somewhat unsafe for horses Consequently drivers of fine horses are avoiding this thoroughfare and taking the other which Is macadam but unoiled It Is reported that the oiled side of the boulevard Isln high favor with automobilists When oil is applied to earth roads the effect Is not so marked In portions of southern California for in stance where the seasons are mild tho use of oil is regarded as highly beneficial to earth roads The department of agriculture Is working on the oil road proposition and is hopeful of results In Europe oil highways are spoken of very highly by writers who have Inspected them but It Is evident that if oil is used in this country to any great extent It must be applied in a combina tion which will not be either risky or Injurious to horses y RAIN BARREL AND SINK Arrangement Which Will Provide Con venlent Washing Facilities Here Is the sketch of a handy arrangement by which a correspondent of the Prairie Farmer has connected his rain barrel on the ouslde of the house under the eave with a sink In the wood house where the men wash 1i Connecting Rain Barrels with Sink before meals The plan Is well Illus trated In the cut One large barrel may be used or two may be connected as shown Dur- Ing the season whero there is plenty of rain there Is little trouble in keep- Ing tho barrels filled and ready for use Treatment of Old Harness An old harness can be kept looking like new by using a dressing made from three ounces turpentine and two ounces white wax dissolved and mixed over a slow fire Then add ono ounce Ivory blade welt pulverized Wash the leather clean and whoa dry apply the dressing Wo need to pay more attention to tho fertilizing of our land if CQ o o11o1PoslootroYO ootiotlooiootlolootoiooioi rEast Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else i 0- 1i 0- o anleu lined In tnll the writer The name o oootpoioSo7aoooioolootoAOlo SlIIAKINO TOUR 1realdenlnnd a1 re FnwtStnrt Out thru tho Mountain President Frost and Mrs Frost ac companied part ot the time by Prof Dlnstnore are to visit n number of places Frost willOHpoakrespecla11y 1 t1oparents und ladles are particularly Invited to be present Cornettsvlllo Friday Oct 19 P M and night Viper Saturday October 20 A M and P M Hazard Sunday October 21 Preaching day nnd night Avawain Monday October 22 P M and night Mouth of Oalshln Tuesday Oct 23 P M and night Hyden Welnoa lay Oct 21 P M and night Manchester Saturday Oct 27 P M and night I Burning Springs Sunday Oa- tS Preaching day and night Itiiuml An Old Smvmlll ny w M n cartnl- Urly In the morning I will ttfttt my fire And walt for the bun men Speed anti Uncle Ktah After white they tome end with agoal will Thy begin their work round the old MW mill Then nave and John and Joe All come In but are awfully stew They will qltMy Rood morning Mil Then unless will move Touiul the old MW mill Strain is now up a hundred jMnimU or more The rattle are whipped sad lire awfully sore They go to the wood and are whipped until They drag a toe to the old saw mill Then on to the earriagr It U rolled very rat Then Speed pulls the lever end lKgliw Hawing at last Then I Hill the whistle It blow very thrill Awl everything hum round the old saw mill Dave will grab the slab and atari for the pill While Uncle gash is figuring hewltl rest awhile Then Joe sad lfIl while the eirrtege h Mill Wheeling the dust from the oW MW nfL Along about ten flue will ask the lime Then he will ray Ive about Ret mint And about twelre we all look alt lot if mighty hard work round an old MW mill MADISOn COUNTY imrYius Oct IThe protracted meeting will b gut at the Baptist Church the third Sunday night In this month J E Powell and wife nnd Lewis Sandlin spent Sunday with George Sparks Beulah Ilubles wag the guest of Pearl Young Thursday Zadle Lain and Wade Kindred loft for Illinois Satur dnyBd Baker juid wife and L C Powell and wife Visited B W Lalns Saturday night Levl Klmberlaln Is visiting nt Beren this week Amos McCollum of McKee Is the guest of J C Powell this week Molllo Baker and Eva Jones visited relatives at Berea Monday Mr and Mrs Spud Me Ken Mr and Mrs haws Johnson and Owen Hose and wife and Della Foster and Candls Deny spent Sunday at John Sandllns VAIrACETON Oct 71000Mrs Fanny Brock man was the guest of her father and mother Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard last Tuesday It H Sopor moved to tho G B Gabbard property last Monday Mrs Alice Clark visited friends at Silver Creek over last Sunday Mr George Tisdalo sold his farm to John Davis and Mr Daviss son Joffof Villa Grove Illinois will move to it by tho first of the earOscnr Gabbard was the guest of G E Brockman over last Tuesday night George Ballardof near Wallaceton and Buena Anderson of Paintlick were married a few days ago Their many friends wish them joyIiiaao Painter moved from G B Gabbards property to Will HiggiubothomB Iouse near Tate spring a tow days agoR H Sopor Hud family were the guests of Charley Baker and family Sunday Bert Guinn returned from Illinois where he has worked the past summer Henry Lawson and wife returned from Illu few days ngoMrs J S Cades sister Mrs Moore of Oklahoma ia visiting friends and relatives near Wallaceton Fanny Todd is in Okulahoma visiting liar brother John ToddAu ice cream supper was served Sept 29 at Wallaceton there wee about 23 raised and eVOrone seemed to enjoy himself IUIUTII MADISON CO Oct TSOllf County Superintendent I Mallurysplendid tall And ho also condemn Mallorytuture around their school house grounds withpatentMnUorySprJngsAt getting rid of their tlrstclass oak otRfehl1tond locatellneartunaplo to be In school for thelast week on account of sicknessMr Dlngham returned from Dayton looklipIllssonDayton for some time returned with In hlmFor the last week or two there 1fallorybeen water enough In and aroundSprings to turnlsh halt otthe ctataSome of the Mallory Springc I 11 dren expect to SO jerca to school a t a this winter after the public school In out here Misses Corwin and ti eor from Beren visited the Sunday school nt Mallory Springs last Sunday JACKSON COUNTY AICOKX Oct 8 Protracted meeting has been going on at lllanton Flat two weeks and will continue at Davis Church for the next week Dettle Ann Alcorn wns the guest of her sisterinlaw Ef tie Alcorn SundayIlnrrls Wollcry and family were tho guests of Wal lace Durham and family Saturday and Sunday Nath Welch U S Moyors and W IU Reynolds passed hero lost week drumming Wlloy UUntnn at tended meeting nt Happy Top Sunday and nt Blnnton Flat Sunday evening Mlttle and Minerva Sklnnor wero the guests of Anna and oDes Marcum Saturday and Sunday uumi Oct SToday has been tho first day of sunshine for two weuksIrs Nan Hudson Is on tho sink JIt4Irs Robert Bongo Is visiting her daughter and relatives In Hamilton and Dayton OTho Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely Mary Sparks who has been visiting her mother has gone to Ohio to stay this winter Ell Sparks had a grapho phono show Saturday night at Long Branch School House Everybody ra a fine time Jewh Anderson Is teaching a most satisfactory school at this place We hope ho will re- ntainJ W Hudson and 11 I lisle bought a yoke of cattle apiece They mean to haul saw lugs Ross Azblll Is seriously 111 at this wrltlngW R Bongo slid wife visited their son on Blue Lick Saturday night Bessie Powell visited at It I Halos Monday night Llzule Oliver Is staying with Mr and Mrs LevI Park8Oeorgo Benge toads a business trip to King ston Wednesday Rev James Parsons passed thru this vicinity Saturday on his way to Korby KnobMrs Harm and Sarah Ely wweilt to lIertlti Tues day lost Maggie Bengo visited her brother Curt Bongo and wife on lost Wednesday night Mrs Elizabeth lisle IB still vlaltliiK at this place Mrs Alex Perrys brother sIster and oousln visited her Saturday nmr HOOK Oct 16Mrs Fanny Richardson I- IslekJ W Van Winkle went to Me Kee Saturday on business Den Gab Com11Iny Monday Several of place went to Irvine Monday to attend courtI- T Alcorn went to lied Lick Friday on- bnaloessJ D Parsons of B rea is with ua this weekJohn Bird of McKee virlted John Thompson Friday of lost weeltA H Williams of Alcorn was at this place Sunday visiting his friends and relaUvetlMr and Mrs June lIana were the guests of Mr and Mrs Blge Wilson Sunday Blndy Davis and Mina Alcorn of Alcorn viII ited Mrs J B Parsons Sunday Farmers here say that Wednesday war the tire time that they cut corn when It WAS snowlngMrs S S Sparks Is very sick KIIUIIY saltOct 1Lillie HJrt spent Sunday at tho fleece home Tom Tucker Tom Williams and Walter Click attended a party at Uncle Van Moberleys last Wednesday and all had a good time Tom Tucker visits Uncle Van quite often of lateJn spite of the frost and cold James Click cut up a nice patch of teed cane this week Jas Williams and son have purchased the Jones farm of Albert PowellA little child of Dr and Mrs William Powell who has been sick for a long time died Friday night and was burled on Saturday at Kerby Knob Little Gran Click Is quite sick with pneumonia George Johnson who has had typhoid fever Is out again Myrtle Click who has not been able to be out for about three months spent Saturday with Mina Jones and Mina spent Sunday with Myrtle so the girls had a delightful little vlsltThe Association at Sand Gap convened Friday and Sat urday Several from this neighbor GeorgeJohnsonily Saturday Mr and Mrs Hiram Smith have moved to Carpenter Ridge near Red LickMrs Wm Jones visited her mother Sunday Ross Azblll Is seriously slckTho little children of Mrs Tom Hays and Mrs Geo Hays are very sick Mollle Pearson and her sister spent Sunday with their MoyersAssessorJohn James Click Thursday night on his way to Sand Gap Charles HIrt Is planning to move next woek to the Robinson Farm on tho Richmond pike visitedMyrtleFrost came and found plenty of green beans and sugar cane In the fields CLAY COUNTY IIUUNINK SllUNflS Oct 9The exhibition was called off on account of the Illness of two of schoolPres in Burning Springs on the 28th inst We are very glad Indeed to ho honored with their visit Mrs Amon Brock expects to start to Laurel county Wed hertrlendsThence to Hazel Patch She hopes to visit Berea before she returns Re vIslUngMcDonald urea United Shows visited Burning Springs Sept 26 A large enjoythemselves hasincreasedMrs A Brock visited Mrs George Ash SundayNancyBrock because of lllnesa fon Jack Frost vlclnltSaturdaprincipaloccupationRebecca Smith and Nancy Brock onWednesdaylives about three miles from Burning n Springs RO the ladles enjoyed their ride on horses very much Lily Clark a former student of Borca College who has been teaching In a district adjoining Burning Springs was thrown from u horse and was seriously In jured Mrs June Buckner of this place Is visiting In Manchester this weekIlenry B Moggard made a hue mess trip to Louisville last week and attending school at Winchester Ky He writes that ho likes tho place very much and Is enjoying school work tlnelrof and Mrs Brock spent a few hours with Mr nnd Mrs Jesse McDanlel Saturday night The even Ing was enjoyed by nil with Prof Brock and Mr McDanlel at their fid dlesRev Joe Lewis preached n very Interesting sermon In Burning Springs Sunday nt 2 oclock p m his subject being Foundation Mr Aleck Smith a well known farmer of Burn Ing Springs took a drove of cattle to Richmond last weekJ D Rawllngs Is expected home on a visit about the close of November Everybody Is very busy foddering and nuking mo lasses rU present My What a very sweet time the boys and girls are having In Burning Springs and vicinity HEXTONS CIUIK Oct 1Tlto rainy weather continues in tills vicinity G W Hunter had a fodder pulling Tuesday The death of D N Spcnce occurred the 21st Inst lie loaves many relatives and friends to mourn his lossThere was a spelling contest between Englan end Splvy Schools last week BnglanSchool gained the victory but not with out a contest Tho Splvy School Is RobertClarlHenry Wood of Virginia Is making an extended visit at this place with his two brothers and two sisters Mr Wood had not been heard of by his people since the beginning of the Civ il War until about two months ago The people of this and surrounding communities are making needed im provements on the roadsO W Hun ter and R H Bowman went to Rich moral a few days ago on businessSorghum making is on a boom now A singing school will begin at the Splvy School House next Sittirday to be conducted by Geo Horn and others Nannie Melton of Lexington Ky visited her parents here a few days ago ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HOCK loUt Oct 10Mrs Matilda Ltnvllle died on the Cth She has suffered very much for about three weeks She diet in good faith and said she was ready to meet her Saviour Will Gulnn of Wallaceton visited relatives at Scaf fold Cane Sunday J J Hamilton an James Gulnn were baptized near Con way Monday by Brother Bryant Mr and Mrs McGuire visited relatives on SundayGeorgea Louse where his other one was bur- pedJ J McCollum of BeroA has moV- ed to the Jones farm at Scaffold Cant The property was recently bought by haqboughtnear J J Martins Mrs J B Coyle was at Rockford Monday on business 0 L Wren bought some timber trot J W Todd for three hundred and fifteen dollars Mr and Mrs Walter Wren visited relatives near here Bud and flees Anglin visited William Linville Saturday night ESTILL COUNTY AVAOKHSVILIK Oct H Fanners are complaining of much rotten corn supposed tohave been caused by so much wet weather Mrs J Wilson of Irvine was the guest of Mr and Mrs J L Scrivener Sat urday night and Sunday Lillian Am brose of was the guest of Annie Wil SundByLturaWHtand Mrs J S Wagers wore at Jeff Wagers Sunday Annie Wilson en friendsSunday JKwilllJuyman A C Wilson was paying tho mer SaturdayOhio weekMrHarlandsick last week Is very much Improved OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Oct SThe Butler County Fair rreelptsthMolds has been on the sick list again ImprovIngWm lege Kentucky paid Mr and Mrs Sunday CincinnatiImany cases have been reported also dlphtherlnLcslie States Treasury spoke to a Jarge audl enco In Hamilton Friday night For spokoThursdayCongress from the Third Ohio District on the democratic ticket Jae Brown a former Berea student who recently theologicalseminarythat ho is doing well and sends beet wishes to nllMr Morford who left with his family about two weeks ago theyarrivedgrandTheyDenver saw the many snowcapped overtheone of the grandest sights was tho manylargodocks Covered with people from allparts of the glob- eFarms for Sale Fiftyncro farms in Mississippi goodlaudPrice 1500 to 2000 according to improvements Five years time no interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer goodreferences For particulars address Southern Commercial Co Natchez Miss I Students Journal Containing Breety Notts Com Iing Events and Put TrUls and Triumphs of Beret Students IMountain Day was a success A large crowd of students In walking and riding parties select and promis cuous explored Bear Knob sat for photographs rolled rocks down hill and cauHid sandwiches and coffee to disappear The students who went to Damlllo to play were not In all respects BO fortunate The Central University bole had been training a good deal longer and were In much better shape Then the Berea team wero handicap ped by having to leave Mr Fulkerson out of the game as he receiving money for athletic Instruction was classed all professional It took tho Dinvlllo bays ten minutes to make the first goal After that they rolled up a score of C2 to 0 with great rapidity Some of our boys wero Injured Mr Bender hud his collar bone broken Mr Hoff mans kn H was thrown out of Joint and Mr Powers sprained his ankle No doubt our boys can play football If they only train long enough but Is It worth while Wouldnt basketball do as much good and less harm Speaking of football some students m C not know yet what the work of tlio Athletic Association Is and who the officers are The Athletic Association his charge of the athletics of the school Its pur pose Is to promote clean athletics In tho school and thru them a profitable college spirit If you cant be an athlete yourself come out and root for your friends Anv person connected with the Institution may become a member by paying Into tho treasury the sum of fifty cams per year Officers 190C1 507 11 K Hoffman pres1 H H Clark VlcePrca Jno KJrdes Secy II H Fellmy Treasurer O M Simpson Mgr Foothill Team H D Kinnard Mgr Baseball TeamAnother Model School Soclrly The literary society of the sixth and seventh grades Miss Anna Browns school Is reorganized under the name of the Willing Workers The officers for this month are an follows President Della IlolUdiy Vice lresident Vcrnai Bilnrhcoinb Secretary Jesse Rains Choristers Mnmle uulnp FlortnlO Tatum Colors are blue and pink TilE UTILE DULCE SOCIETY Utile Dulce met at the usual place last Friday Oat 6th Altho it was so stormy there were quite n number present Important business wm b IM transacted There were five n w members to lJe Initiated When these ilve members had successful ridden thru the difficult paths whlih lead to the Innermost circle Inhabited by the truly useful and beautiful the whole band began an onthuslisilr se tech for apples The evening closed wl h an Impromptu concert by Mrs Murphy THE ANNUAL PIG ROAST Is scheduled for Friday evening Oct 2Cth and enterprising young men are already engaging their partners It Is understood that for r boy tp b present without company la counted as A failure Boys who have not yet arranged for their company should promptly see their deans If the delay Is continued SOMEBODY SLEW The Negro Witness Against Bitzer the Authorities Declare Louisville KyAil tho result of an autopsy performed by three physicians on the body of Rousseau Barclay a negro employe of Peter Bitzer under federal Indictment for alleged Illicit distilling It Is declared by tho federal authorities that he was murdered The negro was found dead a few days ago and It was first supposed that ho died from time effects of a fall Bar clay was a witness for tho government In tho Bltzor case The matter Is now being Investigated by the federal grand Jury Deputy Collector James D Barlow Is authority for tho statement that two negro women havo been found by the federal authorities who claim to have witnessed the mur der WENT TO A SALE Instead of Attending Court as a Juror and the Minister Was Fined Lexington KyRev H M Redd who was summoned for Jury service In the Circuit court but who attended a sale Instead of complying with the mandate of the court was promptly fined I5 by Judge Parker When ha was brought Into court on an attach mont Rov Redd made a speech to tho court defining his position on tho case on trial which he believed was sum cleat to disqualify him for Jury serv ice In the particular case but as his views were not known In advance by the court the clerk was ordered to en ter the fine Rov Redd tendered a fivedollar bill In payment Sued for Attempted Assault Morgantown KyMrs Olllo Willis has filed suit In the circuit court hero against the Evansville and Bowling Green Packet Co who operate a line of packets on Green and Darren rivers and Capt J H Williams for heavy damages She claims In her petition that while a passenger on one of the companys boats Capt Williams and somo others of his crew tried to assault her Mad Dog at Large Paducah KyA mad dog on tho outskirts of the city bit three small boys and fled to the woods Ten miles out in the country tho same dog from tho description given bit two little girls and again fled Later tho same dog was seen in an adjoining county 16 miles west but there are no ro port of other Tictims C Always Remember the Full Name Laxatiye Bron o Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo ccirstrrrts on Bot 25ci 0coo r- o See the Southwest s x- o a Itjis sometimes wall to leave wall enough alone lint dont 1gauge your results by your neighbors Tho fuel that you are doing ns well us tho other follow doesnt spoil anything Youro roo Take time to luvitfitigntu tho propasitloiii You will find that investigation and Investment iiivustmont of into mitt energy o- as well ns money are closely allied terms In that grunt oountryor o ra iIto c Y o Very Low Round Trip Rates to Southwester KinU tho First laid b aY0ras e 1- o o Rock 1landJ p 111po rOi10A01eDR0il0ilOit0ie0it0 CEO H LEE Oon Pass Alt Little Rock Ark AOa 01tOdt0 HomeITTo have a happy you must have children as are great makers If a weak brarhealthyyourself by taking WINE OF t0itOd0i10 0- il0it0ie0A0d10e100it0A A home they happyhome CARD a B Womans RelieffIt will ease away all in reduce Inflam matlon cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovar- Ian disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER yourtroublesplain sealed envelope Address La AdvisoryDrptTheChattanoogaBlnhdne t KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 GOo a suit is all it will cost you Louisville Kyoov Dookiam told Mayor Paul C Harth that ho wanted all saloons and theaters In Loulsvlllo closed on Sundays and that If ho did not have sufficient police power to car ry this order Into effect ho the gov ernor would assist him by calling out the militia Tho governor tbo mayor and tho city attorney talked tho mat tor over for about an hour Tho gov ernor declared the law was being violated by allowing saloons to keep open for tho sale of soft drinks anti that It was the duty of tho stato and city to see that they were closed Mayor Ilarth enid that ho did not know It was necessary to take any additional steps relative to Sunday closing Tho saloon men say they will stand on their rights and will keep open next Sunday for tho sale of soft drinks do splto the governor Wlncnostor Ky Methodists of Con tral and Eastern Kentdckyaro meet- Ing hero In annual conference The preliminary meeting was presided ever by Rev D F Chatham of Covington but tho real opening of tho conference was directed by Right Ilov Illation Eugeno R Hendrix of Kansas City Mo Roy J M Woods preached at tho First Methodist church the scene of tho meeting Tho citizens gavo a recep tion to the visitors and tho college students In tho now Kentucky Wesley an college building Dr W F Taylor chairman of the board of education was called home by tho death of hU wlfo Winchester peoplo havo asked that Dr J L Weber the retiring pros ident of the Kentucky Wesleyan col Royiit o H I McOUIRE nr Drat Pass Ajt- Cincinnati 0 0 2 ooe trouble DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else U My betty girl now two weeks oIJrlles Mrs J West of Writer aty Iowa She Is a fine healthy betA and we are both doll Ncety YOU THINK we arc advertising ft cheap Fountain Pen to be soldat a high price but you arc MISTAKEN- Its just the other way We arc of fering to- GIVE YOU a fine Fountain Pen one that yqu couldnt buy for less than 150 alone and THE CITIZEN one year for only 154Address The Citizen Berea Ky p Dressmaking by Mrs Austin No 7 5It Vernon street healthyToolc