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J 505IiI ALBERT COOKPhD Manager o g o Enlfrtilattt pnttoffletatIimnKvattttand S o o ooooooooooooeoo I VOL VIII Fivo Gouts a BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 25 1000 One Dollar a Year NO lU I I npptiOll11Itllrn IDEAS I way for happiness aucl life I Thu golden rule some men live by is merely plated God inndti all men equal but I Mammon had tho Inst wordabout their bringing up Make the most of the Htiwll of1 portunities They 111 turn will help you to greater ones j1 Tho following touching verse tolls tho story of the way things are I going in many Kaunas towns at the present line HWII8 written byu cheerful nmu who has no garden anti 01 his wife takes care of his chickeno I The liniM are in tho garden I J It make me smile with glee t J Its JohiiBons garden they are in I And tho hens belong to ma IFROM THE WIDE WORLD The KtiRllsh mrllament assembled QullllI to after n rest follow t lag the drath of its wHo In Warlen bat Aunrla last summer Ono of thej mOflt Important rn tu to MinI up In 1 pflrllamcnt U tho Blncatlon Hill ComJ 1 by the house of Ixirdu It almost A Otrtalnn lx defMfnl there and that will perhaw sure i dtoaotutlon of parliament and a nw election whichI votoIrnembets favor thHRJllt mil hen the Hnuso of Ixjnls will bo forcml to and leas the bill In n very simple way1 wlJling ter flU repn ntiilv of tin king will inako onMMrh mn font to out vote Ute present i nIt iwliin nf that body Tbli of sour Uiey would halo to have lftn han ilkol to yield to the Hvuno of Commons a new erwtlnn shnw that the man of the people mnnort them A men a are whk h lies thud bwi referred to the people by I n w virllamontary ItbtlODlDMthe WaRllsli OoMHlnilnn tfJ11C11l1ylatetMltwl paeaed In 19atrrrt the ilootrln A of the Ctnirrli of PonI the Bpl mmtwllI e Untexas rta who dn not WTi In til tiles- doorzrlnoa I The T r Rtlandareall nwmbtra of the Church othdliurolier i IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Mrs Jafferaon Davie widow of Uio I r flldent of the Confederacy died In New York October 16tb nod wan burled bftlde her hmband tn Holly wood Omrtory In Richmond VA October 1- Hkran October 17th a verdict of guilty rebatoa on Miser fihlpmont waR given by a jury In the United Btotra Court In New York offal nat the New York Central ny After dellbrmtlnr thirtytwo hour the jury In Flnllll 0 returned a verdict of guilty of violation of tho antitrust law atnlnoi tho Standard Oil CJorapAny on Octobor 19 And no there In mmo hope of tho nation nay log luelf from the corpornllonfl Every violation of law lir a corporation corpot3t1onIward toclallnm Wo do not believe I Boclallsm not yet at any rnteblltwe do believe In w wal more step g toward Boclnllsni If the Jail happens to lie beyond tho noatofflco where I live every step I take toward the ixwwofflcp will be a atop tawnrd the Jail but It I dont RO any farther thai otUnlInlofear to have thn Tivarnmcnt take over and mtntRo conic of the last tutions which are corrupting tho goy rrnmont and for tear wo shall webs UK ninto morning nnd Und wo an all sorialistn- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Slnco wo could not have those de McCrenryItI make remarks nt long range Me 1 Croary In a recent flpeocli wonders why It occurreJ to Oov neukham to screw down the lid on Louisville Just OU1llhIncyforoff for tho previous nix years of his administration Tho Georgetown QllestloosfWhy does not the governor have i tho luloomi In Newport Covlneton close6id fl n tho fwno as overT Senator Mc ICrenr also hands tho governor one when ho says that llockluims statement made In Lexington thjvt he I had boon active with the whiskey In terest nnd expects pecuniary aid from that Interest In his campaign Is ab IHSI ey Interests fori ernor Beckham can sly tho namoT I This question JlcCrwirv has naked a t number of times before but It has not bern auswercd yet rl Enormous Timber Deal Austin Tox Oct 21Ih C William con A Son of Memphis Tonn have purchased GOOOOO acres of timber lund from the Mexican government accord tromI1160000 y u fr jt I TilE CITIZEN GET THE CHILDREN BACK TO SCHOOL Once there was a man who traded a lot of horses and mules and cattle and other good things off for meal of redcolored vegetables His name was Esau and they called him Edom which means Reddy be cause he gave up a fortune for some red stuff teat when he was real hungry He was a fool The rea SOn he was a fool was that the potage was there and the horses and mules were a few years ahead so far away that the potage looked bigger than the whole collection of live st9ck Parents who take their children out of s6hool to pull fodder string beans grind cane or anything else to make a few dimes more unless they send their child rcn back as quick as possible arc in danger of becom ing greater fools than Esau was The children who are kept in school now dont look much different from those who have dropped out Wait ten years Then those who have gotten a good schooling will be in bet ter homes with better husbands or handsomer and nicer wives and making from twice to ten times as much money as those who stay at home to help a few days and then somehow dont get back Which pays Teachers who are satisfied to go on teaching half the school without gathering back the pupils who have yearifas e left But after ten years these same careless teachers will be getting only half the salary that the others an getting because they are second rate people instead o first and they will look back with shame on the ig norant men and women whom it was their busi ness to educate ten years before Which pays SHOE MOUTH SNOW Found by Mrs Frost in HorI Travels j 1 IrIAtch r County Oct 17 Dear friends In iWen Hero we are nt the furthest point we shell be from hom W cn 100 over to Pine Mountain which mirks the Virginia tin and Is nit sever mllea Iwaya long ways to ha from home without a bell on So Mr Soli v nero our driver says We have enjoyed the weather of all seasons of the year Oneo we walked RllpolntI In the creek for mm dtAUac then cllmlxtd over Into the wnflMd to got abet of the creek Once w Utrted out In a f of snow and hOtrThen have COD mutual dtjrs of the real October kind revealing eiwfc wealth of beauty As wo rodo for dtra nlomc Trouble some Crook Itokhnr rryk the forks of tho Knnirk pictures of rarest bau v constantly unfolded In the foreground aim r cottage with porch iii ontstd chim ney tho children I trlb colors help Ing gin the o i V U the aors hum In the bickerotind Lear trnreflecting towoHn + vintalns cloth ed In gorgeous color Often n steep mon I aide will b covered with a IM and on marvels at tho cxvirnir and that get n crop under such conditions Otto hears jokln nxureMlnns among the people abut their steep fields such as Its no you can Hand rat straight and blto the ground You have to Its lawn to BM the top of that cornfield stirni from the rallrov tin better they have grown There hove iron tarn had hills to climb but few mud holes and the boiutlful bench roads along tho mountain sides have been de lightful There have been a tow hard export aces On tho coldest day when It snowed we happened to bo at the worst schoolhouse wo have Been It vas not weatherboarded or celled Tho teacher sold thirtytwo panes of glass were gone There was no coal and when some was borrowed he stove would not co We eat nn shivered but It was a relief to see that till preacher by wearing an over oat and gesturing vigorously wa keeping warm The echoolhouecB in general exceeded our expectations Most we warm and fairly comfortable Pow Tayioingat his own expense Ho Intends make teaching his profession and uriKWto to have tho tools of his trade lIo will Iskn hem with him wherever ho goes tl Rh olroom Is is uptodate ns You will find anywhere with maps nbpfl good plc tonchinghas put tip inks for hilts a roller cllllllfIltorsal training nt Here serves himIwell now Kvorythlni in tho room MrTaylormodel school ot IContllck1 sp far as we havo observed Mr Taylor eltowivftic tho doorstep made by Fronds Plark last sum mer In many pintos xvo have heard nerroboys toboIn that of Uio oth and on all std ti his praises wero aunt Hn worked Myboyworshippedhimend uttered In n most enthusiastic manner When wo showed Beret photographs Mr IIA picture was Hilntcd out with greatest glee nnd everybody had to SOl it It was moatSouchlng to see how he had won fidence and love All along tho WIlY norM stuQontB j hove greeted IIIA have seen n DorM student every ae ht ono and 01 that day wo at vwJ with the sfster of a UeraaBludont of people we have met hat far are W O Bradley Edgar Griffin Nol He Oriffln Thoman Torry W K Terre Annon Mflntn h Wm 1lhtllln- k Cllfiia Robinson James Oabbird Cheater Griffith PiI Dcrthlck Mar ha Waahhurn nrhlrV Milcomb Hoi Itchy Wiley Smri 1f1v Francis Charles Hylton rrt Taylor Job n Collins Polly IlniV remits Mr and Mra Bristol Taylor Alllo Frazyer Corneas Fraayer W bb Monroe Frar err Jasper Fields Wilson Fields Cu1 relast nogic Leslie ices Leonard Urns ar It It Orlwhv Gideon Whit taker and Wm D Lucas W spent n delightful hour In the boat of Mr and Mrs Paul Derthick and were given m H ordhl welcome In Ue home of Thnmis Terry the Hylton home tho homes of MlUxrd halter and Matthew Weld and at the home of Leonard Collins near Colsnn We tare beard four mountain preachers They were not educated wlthtrn is an we co c day when some of duoateu moun lain lays shall preach with such de love M do these mn we have hoard There have ben some severe twlngw of homesickness but oltogeth w the trip law been ono of the pleas- antost richest exnerlencen of our lives friendsen canna rosend separate letterSincerely yours ELLEN FROS THE SCHOOL CRISIS Teachers Must Build Up Attendance Again ray It P Dliney Tho rural public school has reached another crisis In its aUendanco this school year Applo peeling boon stringing quilling wood and coal haul Ing fodder pulling and molasses rook Ing aro depleting tho rolls of tho pub He school teacher Wiiats to ho dono Dont contend that tho absent la not necessary From the stand point of the parents and child their withdought to booiattendspbsont for days some weeks some a tinroWhy dont thoy return They will leaput living organism out at tho old school OInghour that Is earth while Vary your exercises readjust your schedule change your program Oct b1SkIman or vnin who Is planning a winter aohnnlInvito him to como and represent his school nnd make o speech on education Invite preachers Send personal Invitations to nit persons of Influence within reach Send word to tho absent ones Follow this nit with a visit as soon as it Is possible Call in Mr Perkins Mr Smith Mr Jones and tho rest and as them to see Willie and his parents about getting him back in school Rack your brains for ways and means of getting hick to their desks every boy nnd girl you have lost Leave no doubt as to your personal interest In ovary one of them On your visits round to see Uicce absentees bo eloquent about affairs al school Picture Uio doings at school till they wont stav away unless they aro bound to do so Call for their books Show them the ground cov ered by tho class slrco they left Show how they can make up lost lea ons Tell them of incidents of school and class Tell ghoul Individual students you have promoted of special i 1 thief Contents of This Number IAQK ONE Ideas Pondan Country MltorlnlOrt the Children hack to School 2utniiionwpnUli of Kentucky llcviltli Tnlk lijr I r C ieCoIIa Jirrolaud Tttngehuul CrUUlly li r DUnry Ktilturt ColumnIAOK TWO loolIISet Sorrow of Ilirtlni Herlnl The OrnfterIMOI Tinnier Take Kotlcn llerrn mid Vlclnlt CollrE Itvin Death of Mr loRIII Mw IIka for Ilrrrn Letter fnu Mr linear Lnli t Market lriortI- AOK ICMllt Coininrnt Nllw a trout livery where Stiimlnn OH Coinpntiy Iounit Oullty Tehqnrnure Nelc + iMiii FiVe Kiirin and Innlen jTile KunitayKcliool IM9on IAOi SIX Tile IlanCakbngllhilJtwuurem lirMn11111 The KrhiMilI wU Inictlrnl Arlthiiirtlr The Culllvntliiii of Masonry 1 y Irof Itlur wore iiKhth Krntnrky HUlory Iroifrtn + In IVrry rout Knot Counllei- IAOU 8UV11X A 111 Youth U n MUnpent Youth Nhbuldldlrltldal9trldr1olitlrnl7YJk AHentutefl re lilrnt Iro+ l + Tour intern Kenturky CorrenMin lenre OIIIn New student Journnl HOUSE AND MULE MAIUCBT3 home of The Citizen readers havo asked especially for reports of the prices of horses and Mules There Isi too much difference In price to give any regular or average prices Nb papers we hive found pnulUh Uio mhrket rworte of hnraen and mules If you will tell us how they are sells Ink In your neighborhood wo will print your reports RENEWING YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Subscriptions which hive not been paid to within a YOIr will be font af tcr notice has been sent unless the subscriber writes us promising he will pay up within a few weeks No re- ne UI prelums will bo Riven In the future unless renewal Is nib with In ono month of time notice of explr anion of subscription is sent Anothernrrit rreinliim On the eighth peso you will wo the picture of the Celtrlc Model 1 Fount nln Pen The pen Itself Is 14 karat gold We hBo been using one of them In The Citizen office for some time ana It works so well that people are begging us to rat them the same pen For Just a limited time we will give this pen as good as some that are sold tor 2 CO or more with one years subscription to The Citizen to e1new subscribers for 150 or to those renewing promptly for JlCO We guarantee tho pen to bo as represented Dont wait if you want to got one influentialtevening exercises etc etc aomoTbody may say or the ingratitude of Mrs Unthank or tho saucy word Just sent you by Dill Crosspatch or of the poor house or the poor desks and blackboard or mips and charts or the lack of proper fuel or nny oUitj obstructions Hut remember that you position In that little district school makes It possible for you to set such examples and put in motion such in fluoncee that boys will be saved from an evil course and girls from a lIfo of sham Isnt it so that you havo the situation before you with tho conditions Just tight to convince be yond doubt all tho young people of your little circle that you have a pcr sonal unselfish Interest In them Tho teacher who thus works in earnest to build un and maintain the attendance In his school may bo n real benefactor Tho ono who does not may on the contrary ho a fraud and a robber by taking money for work ho does not do nnd depriving the children of tho education they need and ought to have HEALTH TALKS h By Dr Cowley on Colds Colds are so common that every on should know how to treat theta an every Louse should contain tho ton Is 0Whatsmembrane11tIltnntlongrow In nnd underneath the memo manuanrQ l iInto the system and cause tho fever inccol1111unygerms cannot get started to grow on 9 a perfectly healthy membrane but k iloworedcomes congested and cannot resist the J itoJexposuretho mouth instead of tho nose are tho common causes of colds 3 coldis i always bo done When one has been S out m the cold and is thoroly exposed aho should never sit down in his wet clothes but go at once to his room take oft all his clothes take a gIflong continued ho should soak his o i 7 lw c 5t ooooooooooooo oo g Write to The Citizen for its premium list for new sub 2 i scriptions and prompt re o S newals 50OSOSoloSoSoSoSoSoSoSOaO t Copy 6 =+ t r IJ If J lEe Secret of Success I J J- tkl The secret of success is not BO much In KNOWING 1 IHOW to make money na in the ability to HANG ON IT after you have it Financial success is simply r iTO of sticking to your saving plan=milking your tstronger than any temptation to spend It is our business to help you save your money We guarantee you hf iI Perfect safety T 4 per cent compound interest 1 Your mouoy whenever you need itl J lOnedollar will open your account Como in and let us start you on the road to success t t I Berea Banking Co I rj Assets over 1Capital 2500000t i IJJ MOORE Pros + i t roscoltostoetootoKokokotROSloregostoilastoltorolr0atottoroK o sCOtos I o It o o I0 0 o SILK AND WOOLEN x i I a 0 IDRESS GOODS a- r o Furs Skirts and Cloaks 0 JI 0io My stock is double the larg xest and by far the nicest I o o t have ever had tin Prices on Clothing are redhot on I 0 a 4 00 XrXro o o li 0 RlrIt 0o Phone 40Y o It o 0 o trrorntenarotfnarororolanmOr trntsorolsoteotsotectrOt9nts reoroaosr feet barony In hot water take in tClnall a large dose of salts 5 or 10 grains of quinine and before retiring drink a pint of hot lemonade start a sweat The next morning must bo very c wful about posing himself sInce the sweatln makes the skin more sensitive and ho may tike moro cold To prevent this a cold sponge bath In a warm thdg necessary to have the throat thor protected One cm be practically that It he takes a dallv cold bath keeps the throat prop ily protected and the feet and cloth dry lie will not be bothered with vild psIlKrrrKrvatrKatrralrKKarrrat 0 For Sale or f Rent Cheap f A nice little Cottage House of four rooms on 1 Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Callon or addressI IaCldt ItClarksburg 1naAre and his body was consumed with It It is now declared that his death was the result of foul play Many peat plo at PIckens say the loper was given poison In his food Can Not Work Together 22ProsfdentRoosevelt ithe further simultaneous employment In governmental service of and wife One or the other busb1l1ditire He has requested the ice commission to furnish him n list of 1 all such cases One Man Killed Ogden Utah Oct 22ono man was tstroycdswept over this section Wm GIbbs 1 was struck by a flying plank and kill t- ed The Catholic church was badly J damaged and other largo buildings suf fered Will Try Once More Ltpton l Whence ho will sail for home about No t Jwouldthe cup and that it would be a 00lithing for it to buck to Its old home i 1 t Pt i a f i SWEET SORROW OF PARTING Goodnight he said the parlor light Was soft and dim and tow Goodnight ho brcathcd agaln Ooo- dnight It1 time that I should fo She rose and united Into till cya Then shyly bent her heed Goodnight1 ho murmured loverwl And then Goodnight he Mid OoodnlghtTen minutes later they Were standing In the hall Hut ho was on his homeward way Good nighthe was so tall Her head came barely to his heart And she was fair and alight The hour has come for us to part He said and so Goodnight GoodnhhtA half hour had gone He had his hat and cane And said that he must hurry on Then said Cgod nisht again Ooodrnlght Qoodnlgbt JooIto night and BO Goodnight they ever sighed Twas really time for him to go Goodnlchllhe door swung wide Good nlrht he said and took her hand An hour or so went by- OoodnIGhlThe could not understand The grayness of the sky Goodnight again and then Good night Upon the steps they atM- GoodnlghtJle kissed her fingers white As every lover should QodnlcbtThe eastern sky grew pink As though about to blush GoodnlghtThe stars began to wink The breezes whispered Hush Soon on their ears there clanged a knell That smote them with affright The ringing of the breakfast bell That time he said Goodnight 1V D N In Chicago Dally Tribune THE GRAFTERS 7- JlRANCIS LYNDE COapjrtstit im by 11r DobbtJUniU es CHAPTER XYIICOKTUOED Recalling It afterward he wondered If tho occult prompUng which had dragged him out of his chair OB the Brcntwood porch saw to It that he walked upon the strip of matting In the tilepaved corridor and BO made big approach noiseless Also If the same silent monitor bade him stop ehort ot the governors office at the door namely of the public anteroom which stood ajar A low murmur of voices came from beyond nud for a moment he paused listening Then ht went with the anteroom nnd standing fairly In the broad beam of light pour lag th the open door of com munication with the private office Four men sat in lowtoned confer ence around the governors writing table and If any one ot them had looked up the silent witness must have been discovered ICent marked them down one by one the governor Hendrlcks the secretary of state Rumford the oil man and Senator Duvall For five pregnant minutes he stood looking on almost within arms reach of the four hearing dis tinctly what was said seeing the papers which changed hands across the table Then ho turned and went away noiselessly as he had come the thick plied carpet of the anteroom muffling his footfalls- It was midnight wben he reached his quarters In the Clarendon and flung himself full length upon the bed sod donwtlh weariness For two hours he had tramped the deserted streets in travail of soul to fit the Invincible chancegiven weapon to his hand When he came In the thing was done and he slept the sleep of an outworn laborer CHAPTER XVIII DOWN IirUNO For six days after the night of rev elations Kent dived deep personally and by paid proxy In a sea of secrecy which for the five pregnant minutes in the doorway of the governors office might easily hays proved fathomless On the seventh day the conflagration broke out The editor Of the Delmount Refiner was the first to smell the smoke and to raise the cry of Fire but by midnight the wires were humming with the news and the entire state was ablaze The story as It appeared under the scare headlines the next morning was crisply told An oil company had been formed with Senator Duvall at Its head After Its Incorporation It was ascertained that It not only held options ou all the most valuable wells IK the Uelmount region but that its charter gave it immunity from the laws requiring all corporations to have their organizations officers and op prating headquarters in the state By the timo the new company was three days old It bad quietly taken up its options and was tbe single big flab in the toot by virtue ot Its having swallowed all the little ones Then came the finishing stroke which kind net the wires to humming On the sixth day It was noised about that Senator Duvall had transferred his controlling interest to Rumford otherwise to the Universal 011 com pany that be bad served only as a figurehead In the transaction using i tits standing social and political to secure the charter which bad been de nied Rumford and his associates It had been managed very skillfully Ute capping of tbe wells by the Universals agent the practical scal- Ing up of the entire district being the ftrit public Jntlmatloa of the result of I Duvalls treachery ens the complete triumph ot a foreign monopoly The storm that swept the state when the facts came out were cyclonic and it was reported as it needed to be that Senator Duvall had disappeared Never in the history of the state had public feeling risen so high and there were not lacking those who said that It Duvall showed himself his life would not be safe in the streets ot the cap- Ital t It was otter the Argus had gone to press oft the night of explosions that Editor Ilildreth sought and found David Kent in his rooms at the Clar endon and poured out the vials of hIswrathSay like to know It you cuecall this giving me a fair show he de fcianded flinging into Kents sitting room and dropping Into a chair Did I or did I not understand that I was to have the age on this oil business when there was anything fit to print Kent gave the night editor a cigar and was otherwise exasperatingly per turbableKeep your clothes on and dont accuse a man of disloyalty until you have all the documents in the case he said I didnt know until I saw your bulletin a few hours ago that the thing had been pulled off In fact Irebeen too busy with other things to pay much attention to the Bclmount end of it The deddevll you have sputtered Hlldroth chewing savagely on the gift cigar Id like to know what business you had to mix up in other things to the detriment of my news column You were the one man who knew all about it or at least you did a week or two ago Yes but other and more Important things have Intervened I have been desperately busy as I say Well youve lost your chance to get your grip on the capitol gang anyway that is one comfort growled the editor getting what con solation he could out of ICents apparent failure They played It too fut fine for you Did they said Kent It looks pretty much that way doesnt It Duvall Is the scapegoat and the only one About day after tomorrow Bucks organ the Tribune will come out with an inspired editorial whitewashing the entire capitol outfit It will show how Rumfords application for the charter was refused and how a truly good and benefi cent state government has been hood winked and betrayed by one of its most trusted supporters Kent threw off his street coat and went to get his dressinggown from the wardrobe In the bedroom When FOUR MEN SAT IN LOWT9XED CONFIDENCE AROUND TilE GOV ERNORS TABLE he came back he said Hlldreth you have taken me at my word thus far and you havent had occasion to call me either a knare or a foot Do it a little longer and Ill put you In the way of setting off a setpiece of pyrotechnics that will double discount this mild little snapcracker of the Bel mount busIness Cant ycu do It now No the time isnt ripe yet We must let the Tribunes coat of white wash dry first- Iilldreth wriggled in his chaIr Kent If I thought it would do any good Id cuecurse you out I would for a fact You are too blamed close mouthed for any newspaper use But Kent only laughed at him In spite of weariness Kent was up betimes the next morning lie had a wire appointment with Blashfleld Hun nlcott and two others in Gaston and he took an early train to keep it The exlocal attorney met him at the station with a two seated rig and on the way to the western suburbs they picked up Frazec the county awssor and Or ton the appraiser ot the Apache Building and Loan association Hunnicott has told you what I am after said Kent when the survey party was made up We all know the property well enough but to have tall fair and above board wail drive out and look it over so that our knowl edge may be said to be fully up to dateTwenty minutes afterwards the quar tet was locating the corner of a square In Qastons remotest suburb an addition whose only Improvements were the weathered and rotting street and lot takings in the bare brown plaInLots 1 to CO in block 10 Guilford Hawks addition said Kent read- Ing from a memorandum in his note book It lies beautifully doesnt it Yes for a chicken farm chuckled theassessorWell me your candid opinion you two what Is the property worth The Building and Loan man scratched his chin Say U for the plotit youll fence It I No put It UDYOU tre having a littleboomherenowrglvtyIt the 1ef boom price if you llhL The two referees drew apart and laid their heads together As property Is going hero Just now ISO for the inside lots and 100 apiece for the corners say three thousand for the plot And that is just about three times what anybody but a land crazy idiot would give for it It was Frozeo who announced the decision Thank you both until you are bet ter paid Now well go back to towa and you can write me a joint letter gating the fact If you think It will get you disliked here at home make the figure higher make It high enough so that all Gaston will be dead sure to approveYou are going to print Itt naked the Building and Loan appraiser- I may want to You may shape it to that end Ill stand by my figures said Fra tee It will give me my little chance to get back at the governor I had it assessed as unimproved suburban property at so much the lot but he made a kick to the board of equallza tion and got It put In as unimproved farm land at SO an acre Then look ing at his watch Wed better besetting back If you want to catch the accomodatlon Wont you stay over and visit with ust I cant this time much obliged said Kent and they drove to the Building and Loan office where the joint letter of appraisal was written and signed Kent caught his train with something to spare and way back at the capital in good time to keep a dinner engagement at Miss Van Brocks lIe had understood that Ormsby would be the only other guest But Portia had a little surprise in store for him Lorlng had dropped in unannounced from the east and Portia having first ascertained that Mrs Brcntwoodi asthma was prohibitive of late dln ingsout had Instructed Ormsby to bring Elinor and Penelope Kent bad been saving the results ot his deepsea divings In the oilfield investigation to spread them out before Miss Van Brock and Ormsby In committee but ho put a padlock on his lips when he saw tho others Forth gave him Elinor to take out and he would have rejoiced brazenly if the table talk from tho boullon to the Ices had not been persistently gen eral turning most naturally upon the Universal 011 companys successful coup in tho Delmount field Kent kept out of it as much as he could striving manfully to monopolize Elinor for his own especial behoof but finally Por tla laid her commands upon him You are not to be allowed to ma roon yourself with Miss Brcntwood any longer she said dIctatorIally You know more about the unpublished part of this Belmount conspIr- acy than anyone excepting the con spirators themselves and you are to tell us all about It Kent looked up rather helplessly Really IIm not sure that I know anything worth repeating at your din nertable he protested But Miss Van Brock made a mock of his caution You neednt be afraid I pledged everybody to secrecy before you came It Is understood that we are In execu tive session And If ypu dont know much you may tell us what you know now more than you knew before you knew so little as you know now Hold on said Kent will you please say that over again and say It slowly Never mind laughed Ormsby Miss Portia has a copyright on that But before you begin Id like to know If the newspapers have it straight as far as they have gone into It They have all but one small detail They are saying that Senator Duvall has left the city and the state Hasnt her Lorlng asked- He hadnt yesterday Myoh said Portia They will mob him It ho shows himself Kent nodded Assent Ho knows it he Is hiding out But I found him Where from the three women In chorus In his own house out In Pentland place Tho family has been away since April and the place has been shut up I took him the first meal hed had in 36 hours Portia clapped her hands The but ler came in with the coffee and she dismissed him and bade him shut the doorsNow begin at the very tip end of the beginning ehe commanded Kent bad a sharp little tussle with his Inborn retlclence thrust it to the wall and told a plain tale It begins in a piece of reckless folly Shortly after I left Miss Brent woods last Thursday evening I had a I curious experience The shortest way downtown is diagonally through the capitol grounds but some undefinable Impulse led me to go around on the Capitol avenue side As I was passing the right wing of the building I saw lights in the governors room and in a sudden fit of desperation resolved to- go up and have It out with Bucks It coafepsIon but Iwell I was keyed up to just about the right pitch and I thought 1 might bluff him Mercy met You do need a guardian angel worse than anybody I know Portia cut in Do go on Kent nodded- I bad one that night angel or de mon which ever you please I was fairly dragged Into doing what I did When i reached the upper corridor the door of the public anteroom WAS ajar and I heard voices The outer room was zit lighted but the door between It and the governors private office was open I went in and stood in that open doorway for as much as five minutes I think and none of the four men sitting arcund the governors writingtable saw s- j Kt tuft his vaMll audtoefl well H hind by this time and Ormsbro ques tion was almost mechanical Who were the four After the newspaper rapidfire a this morning you might guess them all They were hIs excellency Oration Hendrlcks Rumford and Senator Du vall They were in tho net of closing the deal as I became aa onlooker application company bad been formed with Duvall at its head I saw at once what I fancy Duvall never suspected that ho was going to be made the scapegoat for the ring They all1 promised to stand by hImand you see bow that promise has been kept Good heavens ejaculated Lor Ing What a despicable lot ot scoun drelsl But the bribe did you learn anything about that I saw it said Kent Impisslvely It was a slip of paper passed across the table by Rumford to Ducks face down Bucks glanced at it before be thrust it into his pocket and 1 had my glimpse too It was a draft on a ttrtcago bank but I could not read the figures and I doubt It either of the other conspirators knew the amount Then the governor tossed a folded paper over to the oil man say- Ing There is your deed to the choicest piece ot property Is all Gaston and youve got It dirt cheap I tome away at that- Elinors sigh was almost a nob but Miss Van Brocks eyes were dancing Go on go on she exclaimed That Is only the beginning Kents smile was of reminiscent wearinessI It so I assure you So far as any usable evidence was concerned I was no better oft than before It was merely my assertion against their denial one man against four But I have had a full week and It has not been wasted I neednt bore jou with the mechanical details Out of ray men followed Bucks messenger to- Cbicggblie wouldnt trust the banks here or the malls and we know now know It In black on white vlth the proper affidavits that the draft was for 1200000 payable to the order of Jasper G Bucks The ostensible con sideration was the transfer from Bucks to Rumford ot n piece of property In the outskirts of Gaston I had this piece ot land appraised for mo today by two disinterested citizens ot Gaa ton and they valued It at a possible but highly Improbable 3000 Oh how clumsy said Pdrtlt in fine scorn Docs his excellency Im- agIne for a moment that tiny one would be deceived by such a primitive OrmsbyIfatal mistakes ot the shrewdest crimi nalsIt was not so bad said Kant It It should ever be charged that he took monoy from Rumford here is a plalm business transaction to account for it The deed as recorded has nothing In say of the enormous price paid The phrasing Is the common form used when the parties to the transfer do not wish to make the price public Foe It to me In hand paid and other valuable considerations Luckily we are able to establish conclusively what the other valuable conildera tloni were It seems to me that these docu ments arm and equip you for anything you want to do said LorIng polish Ing his eyeglasses after his ingrained habitKent shook hIs head To Be Continued CREW AFRAID OF THE WET Brave IlfcSnvcr Vt re Arrr t4 Going Out to Practice In the Rain The crew of a certain lifesaving sta toln on the New England coast has many times proved Itself brave and if flclent In time of need but of kite its skill and bravery have been tdgetllill like so much treasure locked in a vault saya Youths Companion There has been no wreck The sea has been kind as a big dog- Inaction had Inevitably bred son habits of life and the Idle crew had given the summer visitors much to joke about Their satirical comments were rather ungrateful for tho pracUct drills of the crew were a part of UM entertainment of tho seaside resort Twice a week the crow pulled crat the brass cannon shot a rope over a dummy mast which Is set up on a point of land and then practiced a1lf Ing down in the breechesbuoy The small boys of the place were glad to play the part of rescued mariners and altogether this serious drill required by law was a pretty holiday sport One rainy day at tho appointed time the crew tailed to appear at practice The summer boarders on the hotel veranda waited In vain for the exhibltien which should vary the monotony of n dull day Finally one of them went over to the quarters of the crew to learn the reason t say arent you going to practice lodayr No sir- Why notr Then the brave lifesaver hem ot many rough seas mode an explanatory gesture toward the weather and said What In this rain He started Something A farmer and his wife called at I photographers gallery to order sonic photographs of her anti while the operator was getting ready tb has band gave the wlfo n little advrc M to how she was to act Fasten cur mind on something said he or elm youll laugh and sidle tho job TfifOfe about early days how your father got in gaol and your mother was an old xcolderr and what youd have been if 1 hadnt pitied you Jest fasten your mind on that She didnt have any holographs taifm iLondoa W1WJK S I Hyacinths Crocus NarcissusI ilFerns RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 RICHMOND KY ICutDesignsI Flowers IDecoratlonl +0+O+0100 +0 +O +04o +o+opo +00+oo+o+o 0+oq o+010 +o+000 t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON i 10pleceit o supply oItyour wants + ttfORUTOHER EVANS 4714o io+oo+ n I Carriage Satisfaction Here 4Phaetons RunaboutsSurries DurabloGracoful Useful Comfortablostylish bodyflaishcarriages invaiiobly give thanNOsWe repaint and retiro Got our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C P HIGGINS Prop Rlchmood Ity nn DStKaJRwtrrKrrtttetKKstltkKQk kkKRttttatKKkKKMKetitR Jt I Getting ComfortableI- s a fine art You cant do it without having just rightiI your house into 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interests of the Mountaln g ecrs of Kentucky I Great Premiums for New i Subscriptions I Advertising furnished AGENTS on WANTEDj f 1II TIlE REST 390 SHOE l IN THE f WORLD FOR MENThe COYLE HAYESBEREA i etttMasaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosasoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo Vicinityj i t FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I e0- eoeaeoeoeosoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosoeos I TAKE NOTICE 17I0011IhapplueM br Ssashln Hawks Reed In another column what the late evnn celtst Swii Jose ssld about Ilawkn IohturepWill It Tsko will he he grand cli max flub o FHill Cotini Tirkfls nd tnlUlne to both of UHWK lecturer can br oliUlneO tar adults at 40 cants for olflldren nt 36 Dents at Porters Store or tho Students Coopera 1U1OStore Tho Club moth next week Friday nigh at 730 with Dr nod Mrs Conk The iwbjrct tar dill h ncollegewould liNn tiilo week but It was thought thnt the thodllbopenFridayp m at tho Parish House hsbthin week with Mlw Jennie Hnnmn MIs9NYorlngfromJaoon Saxton returned to Ht week Mondnjr nfler n two weeks I vtall with homo folks desiretI Helpful sympathy In connection with motherVasMary KLVherlne White and her bro WelspcnaW tt Orannoman operator at the AtIreccatlybouI rtosalr it with typhoid fever andQthltrvlfq i DrooklrnKI iff aQ3 with friends hero lb Van Dcorlnst nnd little IOn nro n4 3 J Hrannamans Mr Van lumberbuelaea4Tbo typhoid paUenla at tho hospital uJongIMrs a a Qabbird homeitfromfoveaSfs JaTJod to got this none In time nndliretheir trip west where they have been P nflp stln5 nnd visiting They were Mitch wteasttl with the eonnl11tand tlteai Sae tfap ut Ute e I t e ff t l j J2 CO e dealer who gives his customer a little better value than the customer expects gives W L Douglas shoes KENTUCKY GATHERED Ooeoeoeoeo ConvcrMilon pnstponemant Richmond him Muscogto Slid visited nnnyalhcr Inter eating points Thin re planning to make another trip next year nltlio Mrs Drannxnmn sue Kantuoky It good enough for her Albert Hart has mild hta farm the ono known as the old Jimmy Hart place and contemplates going west nursingJmond and Mm 11111 will take her plncoMM COrwin wan lu tho Citizen nhrayslikeespecially when sho is behind it On and after November 1 tho Pont Office will close nt 030 p m instead of 700 ns formerly Money orders will bo issued between 800 o m nnd 4 p in B O HANSOX Postmaster Mrs J R Lyon left Saturday for Ashland Ky I whero she joins lior husband Afr nnd Mrs Lyon will make their homo In Ashland for the present hero U what the late Sam Jones had to say about the lecture for next Saturday night Cirtcrsvlllo Oo rreiluonU1listenedthe renditions of A W Hawks Ills fun and philosophy leave A good taste rotdytortimes ho makes mo cry but whether I laugh or cry J enjov every word ho and his ugly face mikes me Ingle myself Bore no is naturally pretty but artificially ugly Pest of nil he U an All around good follow Sincerely yours SAM P JONES ADVERTISEMENTS Copy for change In advertisements or for pew ones should be handed In as early as possible To be sure of getting Into tho current number they muni be In editors hands by Monday night NEWS TEMS Inthe1mtlortnDt on Wednesday morning Wo shall bo glad to have any teems of news hand ed In by our subscribers n TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE prlctlc1JJrperteet30 If a person desiring such machine nowOliverrcanonablo terms Old machines tak en in part pnyraenffl J W Stephens now cool bin is open with all grades of coal Prices reasonable TO CURE A COLT IN ONK DAY TubtetaDqggitaaHOVlM ttgnatiirt ta oa neb box ode r r oeoooeoeooeoeO0800eo-o 0 College Itemse e- o 0- e j HERE AND THERE o 0 osoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoiThe mothers and um Iron of students of Harm College will bo hold Saturday NovHinbor 8 Tho Monday lecturo will bo Oven next Monday morning on by Miss Robinson J W Taylor of Mt Washington Ky entered school Tuesday H H Cartmell went to Cincinnati on business Tuesday Prof Dodgy is In Cincinnati hie week on business connected with tl0 O A It- Roward Marsh and Krneet Powoi WIlfO In Mt Vernon Saturday Unit SRndA1IDr Thomson save the leetllr Mon beingUleMr Oihorno went to Richmond on business Monday There la sotn discussion about there being n football game Thanks giving Day and +TB bone that this wll go thru and that the boys will get In to good training to furnish a good game on that occasion Mrs Dlnwnore who has beon 111 with typhoid fever be bs n removed from the hospital to her horns Sho Is reported Impmrlne A letter to Prof DInnnoro from Mrs Itattte brings the sid news of the destruction by tire of the iniln bUd lag of Okotous Industrial College Oko Iona Miss Jut Si Mutiny noon Got toth No life was lost 1mt the build leg WM quite dusfntynd Pros Battle hid Just left for the north DBAT1I 0V UIS LAMSON- OB Sunday the tilt Iwttant just OR the fullorbed win aptMtrw over the aatsrfi soul of Martha Susan hereon emerged from the shadows of earth Into eternal day Born in the city of T7y N Y March 24 1821 ebe had twitched the ripe old age of eightytwo and a half years Her early educational advantages were fairly good and for a tote she was a member of Miami Wlllards famous school for girls Her tether Captala Amos Rogers for many yean nIM a ship witch ho himself owned and tile daughter took one trip with him on the ocean Wore she reached full womanhood few Lather left the tea and the fear lly went to Orlggsrllle III Hero her thorough roaatery of Ute oonuflon tmuwbes gave hN einploymcnt OR a weber She had two hannr matrimonial al liances The firm with Clinton Petrie a man of considerable means resulted In the birth of tour children Aftor fire years of widowhood she fifty years ago married Samuel Lmson About thia time came a reverse of fortune thru the crookedness of Mr PMrles business partner The fruits of the teeter marrlue were four dough ten and two lODe twins After residence at Ileetown Wll Dunielth Amboy Dixon and Harvey III the again wee a widow for twelve years and two day She leaves four daughters to cherish her memory Mrs 1C E Knerlxnd of Harvey III Mrs Prof L V Dodge of Usrea Irs J H Harrlimn or Mobile Ala nod Miss Nina tt Iunmn for many years past a missionary teacher In New Mexico For several years past she has been with her daughter In Herea where none bnt loving hands ministered to her wants In February 1901 a slight paralytic stroke somewhat disabled her and greatly weakened her memory but her lifelong delight In rending furn tehed her the means of contentment and happiness Since her fall on the Ith of December list the world has been almost n blank to her It lots been simply a waiting for release When oansctoM of the situation she line been cheerful and patient The tragedies of her lifes experi enl which need not be recounted here would have crushed a weaker spirit but these itervvd to nuke hor character sweeter and her faith strong er liar daughters will gratefully recall an among her leading chirticterlstlcs her selfsaorlflelng labors for them her watchfulness over their childhood associations her encouragement to procure an education In spite of all obstacles her generosity toward all and her wise religious Instruction In the last hours of her life during a momentary rally she uttered the words My dear Father A neighbor sitting by hor bedside said that the look which sho gave certainly must have been directed beyond any ono InI the room Her remains Snow rest beside those of her husband near Harvey III As tho autumn loaves when they have attained their reboot beauty nro loosened from the narcnt stock and seek the bosom of Mother Earth so her ripened soul lots go Its hold on this world and is wafted away to the spirit homo A MATTER OF PUBLIC CONCERN The construction of n turnpike from Chestnut avenue at the footbridge td thu railroad station Is of Interest to all our citizens- A 9Jlltewtat hasty canvass for sub 25950hMThe College will bpr the expense of making tho rOll shutting on its property which nrovldes for about of tho distance At tho last meetln of tho Town Council It was voted to suoplcment tho subscription In an amount not exceeding 16000 If necessary to com pluto the work This should bo male a model plow of rod as there will be heavy traffic upon it To do it right two hundred sgbscribelOurHolllday Is receiving subscriptions Tho pike should bo made sixteen eightIncites shouldbucenter and proper grader to the dltch oa Persons doslrlng a contract for this A it T j work will do wejl to to make their es timates at onto so as to bo ready to submit bids when Uie plans are made complete Committee of Town Council P CORN IJUS T J OSBOUNB letter from 11 r llarl y Itnrnr Editor of The Citizen LaFolUtto Tenn Oct 1C I am now pastor of the first Cong regational Church of LaFollaUo anti Pilgrim Church of College Hill Aly work hero has opened up in splendid shape LaFollotte Is a fine little town Business houses are of brick good streets electric lights two railroads Iron coke ovens and a little distance from tho town two big mines a payroll last payday of 30000 cash besides what wee tak on out In goods from the companies store It is a beautiful little town aud beautifully situated Just over spltJndillabout ten miles long and plenty wide enough so that one can take hula coot off without much Inconvenience Clue people are typical of the southern mountains in their hospitality and friendliness There is also a urge sprinkling of northern capitalists In fact you may tell my friends it Is H splendid place to bs I have u splendid company of help trs lu my work here May I have your prayers that us His ambassador I shall be strong for the lifting up of men and women into the light which shall never tail Yours for service II M RACER 8PINKS IS GIVEN DECISION Insurance Company Must Pay on Polio Issued on His Fathers Life Frankfort KyThe Kentucky court of appeals In affirming a judgment of the Campbell circuit court in the case of the Unttod Stated Life Insurance Co of Now York acclnst Harry Splnkti Colds that under tho law of New York dividend additions means that proportion of the surplus In the bonds t the company accumulated front pre miums and profits of the company It Js further declared that a defaulting policy holders share of the dividend additions Is to be ascertained as of the dates of the failure to make any pay ments of premiums on tho basis of the American experience table of mor mitt with Interest at 2 per cent per annum In other words the court holds that tho defaulting policy holder shared In the mme proportion that the policy had contributed to the creation of the surplus In the case at bar the deferred divi dend Additions carried a IttOOQ policy over the death of the Insured The ease will undoubtedly go to the United State supreme court MOUNTAIN TRAINS PLUNGE Crew and Some Passengers Killed When Engine Leaves Track Lexington KyA combined freight and passenger train on the Mountain Central railroad a narrowgauge line running from Natural Bridge Ky ta Campton In Wolfe county left tin track on a mountainside near Campton and plunged some tOO feet down to the valley below smashing the train lute splinters and killing nearly all the crow and iwtsengeri Most of the pass songers jumped when tho onglne left the track Tho engine was built es poclaily for mountain climbing aud had drawn many heavy loads up and down tho steep Inclines It got beyond control at tho top of tho mountain and before It had gone tar struck a curve and mado for the valley below A wheel broken from the onglne was loft hanging In tho top of a tree that grow near the mountainside Editor Gaines Sues Frankfort KyNoel Gaines editor of tho Crusader filed suit in tho Franklin circuit court against Editor Walton and the Kentucky State Journal for 25000 for alleged libel for a criticism of Gaines lu connection with tho explanation of tho publication of ono letter Gaines claims was written Judgo Lansing by Con Haly touching tho county unit billIMARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 33 CATTLE Extr 5 15 Q 5 50 CALVES Extra C 75 e 7 25 HOGS Choice 6 35 0 G 40 SHEEP Extra 4 50 1D 4 6- 5LAMBSExtra 7 25 0 7 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and Etoo per ja- reaCalarikreftraampli a aga la t r The Porter Drug Co i INCORPORATED I I tI i i t t G The Road to the Poor House M t I Winds over the hill of J tionandJc1dSintothevalleofi1 I K By taking some Life Insurance t riwith WOOLF Agent for 1 THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE r INSURANCE CO OF BOSTON MASSi Jj it l el I Ooioeoeoeoeoeoso0o0oio0oso0opoeo0o0oao0o0opoeoeW eo- Wei Are Better Prepared than Ever Before To please you as to quality and price qn Rain Coats fl i Overcoats Cloaks Jackets and Fursca itMens Rain Coats 11250 and I5eOvercoats 8 10 125oland 15lollLadies Rain Coats 1250r4and 15 Coats and 3 toa I250iFurs i up to 10 We acan save ycu 25 per cent on E these goods Our line ofIfurnishings is complete andswe guarantee to please ev l I ery customer There are many methods of doing business but we believe e honest goods at fair prices t is the best- Wejinvite syou to see our o buyWegivesper rebate v j when your purchases reach Sio or over It pays to save Yours Respectfully i The New Cash Store ief ADOe10ADMDeQe0R0ADa OCIDg0e1090a10et0601a060 e10r10M0OQcgi M Fall and Winter Millinery and Notions ItHattersguarantee as to correctness style goes every hat we sell Give us a call I i MRS AaT FISH Proprietor CORNER MAIN AND CENTER STREETS Ij k 11rij WII4J + = illWse t e+aA o S The Citizen 5ft family newspaper for ill that Is right true and Interesting riibllihrd every Thursday at Btrr Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE thieVear Stn Six Months to Three Months 36 Saul money by IottofBte or lbptm Money Order Drift Regiilered lclltr or one two cent etmmp The dale after your name on lath shows to what date your subscription U paid If it I not changed within three vrecka after renewal notify na- dtsdng numbers will be gladly avpplled If were notified Beautiful pictures given as tttmluus to all sew subucribera liberal terms given to any who obtain new for tie Any cne tending us four yearly subacriptionecanrecei The Citiien free for one year Advertising rates on application The czar of Russia Is reported to bo hiding In Denmark If he has succeeded In getting there safely we would advise him to lose no time In sending home for tho furniture Most persons evinceagreater Interest In the description of a new prl vate car or a perfected airship than in the retort of a case of chronic dys pepsin cured by walking Ralsuli breaks Into every public oc casion with the air of a man who con siders himself tho most Important And the sul jersonago In Morocco tan apparently does not dart to resent IL A young American finished first in the longdistance balloon race at Tails but the most remarkable fact connected with the contort was that all the 16 big gas bags descended wltbont a fatality or even serious accident Somo Austrian ladles have this year organized beauty camps living for a month In tents In the open air par taking of plain food and rising and retiring early The campers do nearly sit their own work and the result Is summarized as robust health clear complexion and 20 pounds added to ouos weight rCharlesGibsonoEuiaula a Creek citizen who has Intimate knowledge of tribal customs asserts that the Creek Indian medicine man with his remedies can stop Instantly tho flow of blood and that no physician can excel him in curing a gunshot wound Gibson says that these medicine men never fall to cure a snake bite the bite of a mad dog and the sting of a centipede or a tarantula That thero Is still available a groat deal of land not actually needed for the eupport of human life Is attested by the fact that a tract of more than 1 700000 acres In New Brunswick Cana da has been leased by a company in Montreal an organization Including many Americans in Its membership Tho area will be reserved exclusively Tar hunting and fishing purposes and sportsmen expect to find it a paradise for their purpose The anniversary the signing of the treaty of peace between Russia and Japan was appropriately observed at Portsmouth X H when a tablet commemorative of the momentous event was unveiled and dedicated The tablet suitably designed sets forth that In the building at the invitation of Theodore Roosevelt president of a the United States was held the con Terence which culminated in the peace agrement signed at 347 p m Sep tembor 5 1905 which ended the war between tho countries Tho report of geological survey bowing that the United States last year produced about 393000000 tons or coal places this country far In tho lead and emphasizes the situation when It appears that the increase here over 1901 was actually greater than the entire production in France or of any other large nation with the ex ceptlons of Great Britain Germany and Austria Especial Impetus was given to mining in the United States liy apprehensions concerning a veal strike last spring English experts say that ninetenths jf the serious crimes in Great Drltaln aro committed by old hands who have 3teen often Imprisoned whom they class as Incorrigible and recommend should bo put in a class by them selves They would have the courts clothed with power after a certain number of offenses to pronounce a lean as Incorrigible and to pass sen lencc on him putting him permanent 1y In prison waero he can no longer make war on society Tho same object would be effective by deportation and they believe It would bring abou- ta very great reduction In Crime U we could remove the small population In Guam elsewhere and send every incorrigible there for life there would lie no possibility of their escaping sad the effect hero wouU be greatly beneficial London critics are indignant be cause a manager wants them to wait a week before reviewing a new production In the case of the average performance it would be a favor to the critic to let him wait a year In order to give people with crude tastes a longdeferred Inning plaids Ere to be permitted this season with out danger of assault U there are as many microbes In old paper money as scientists claln it Should unquestionably be burned and r amt mar pNthI k Ii TEN BURNED TO DEATH VICTIMS OF MYSTERIOUS FIRE AT BIRMINGHAM LAY BLAME TO BURGLARS House Breakers Are Supposed to Have Ransacked the Premises and Applied the Torch When Work Was Finished Ulrmlngham AlaIt Is believed that all of the bodlos have been recovered from the building destroyed by fire Thursday tight on Third ave nee The total dead stands at ten with two men so seriously injured by jump- Ing that they may not recover The origin 01 the fire is still a mystery although the consensus of opin ion seems to be that tho house was Bet on fire- There were 21 boarders In the house almost nil of whom were street railway employes In addition there wore throe other person Mrs Wat ley and her two sons All have been accounted for The dead W N Nichols street car conductor D D Neal street car conductor W D Taylor street car motorman O C Preston conductor Edward Caldwell motorman E D Henshaw conductor George D hums motorman William T Hall conductor W D Livingstone rolling mill man Olle H Mines employe BIr- mingham Flint Glass company The Injured C E Hentch street car conductor G W Troutman motorman C E Keith street railway employe All tho dead and Injured occupied rooms on the second story of tho house The flames enveloped the entire building when tho fire was dis covered and it was with the greatest difficulty that the persons on the lower floors made their escape They saved nothing Every piece of furnl ture In the house was burned Tho fire Is thought to have bucn of in cendlary origin Rurglara have been detected on tho premises twice within the last two months and Mrs Watley thinks the house was burglarized nnd then set on fire Thieves wore discovered at work during the progress of the flames and the police wore called to keep guard Tho ten charred bodies are at the morgue wbnre it Is Impossible to tell sac from the other The names given aro those of the missing the number corresponding with the number of corpses found STARTS REBATE INVESTIGATION Affairs of Santa Fe to Be Probed by Federal Grand Jury Los Angolos Cal United States District Attorney Oscar Lawlor Friday afternoon started the ma governmeat Fe rebate situation In southern Cal Ifornla He would not discuss tho situation but It is known that Mr Lawler had the United States marshals office send out subpoenas for certain Santa Fe railroad officials local truck com pany officers and officials of the local furniture concerns These officials are directed to appear before the United States grand jury with books and papers as exhib- Its bearing on freight rate charges agreements and arrangements BEGAN SENTENCE MONDAY Former Senator Burton Has Gone to Ironton Mo Jail Abilene KanJoseph Ralph Stir ton former United States senator from Kansas began serving his six months sentence at Ironton Mo on Monday He was accompanied to Ironton by Mrs Burton who will remain in that town until her husbands release Troops to Quell Indians Washington Upon tho application of Gov Urooko of Wyoming Secretary Taft by direction of the president has instructed Maj Gen Greely to dispatch a troop of cavalry to Wyoming to round up and return to their reservation the Uto Indians Earthquake In Idaho Montpelier IdahoA sharp earth quake shock which occurred at 620 oclock Thursday evening was felt over a wide area points CO miles north in Idaho and CO miles east In Wyoming reporting the disturbance Father and Son Burned Independence Knnin the destruc Lion by fire early Friday of the house of J W Yelklns two miles north of flooring Yelklns nnd one son wero burned to death Three other mom bers of the family escaped safely Liabilities of Over a Million Turin ItalyTho liabilities of tho banking house of Zuckermann Er Co which clotted its doors Thursday are estimated at about 1200000 and it Is bellfcvcd that the assets will amount to about the same sum Hurt In Railroad Smash New Yorkone man was severely hurt and several others were cut and bruised Friday when a Log Island railroad train crashed Into A line of empty cars in tho yards at the Del mont race track siding here I SftPRtSTI 1 WHAT A lovElY ANDEXPIN5IVE SIFT FRprt MY DtM llfw 1 0 Jury After Long Deliberation Returns a Verdict Against the Com pany Notice of Appeal Has Been Given The Possible Penalty Findlay O By the verdict of a Jury the Standard 011 company of Ohio Is guilty of conspiracy against trade in violation of the Valentine antitrust law of Ohio The penalty Is a fine of from SiO to 5000 which may be repeated for each day of tho offense or imprison mont of from six to 12 months Tho Standard 011 company of Ohio has given notice that it will file a motion for a new trial Under the practices of the court the defendant has three days to put this motion in formTo tho state the suit the verdict and the ultimate appeal Is Important particularly because it Intimates an entirely new method of proceeding against alleged trado monopolies that of information and affidavit in stead of by grand jury indictment The verdict was rendered at 435 oclock Friday morning and resulted from a continuous deliberation by the jury during 32 consecutive hours The trial occupied seven days preceding this deliberation When tho case went to the Jury at 830 oclock Wednesday night the first ballot of the jurors stood nine for TO ACT UNITED STATES TO INTERVENE WHEN CASE IS CALLED Government Plans to Aid In Support Ing Validity sad Interpretation of Law Washington Attorney General Moody Friday made a statement announcing with the presidents approval that when tho first case un der tho employers liability act is tried he Intends to ask leave to Inter vene In tho case to support the con stltutlonallty validity and Interprota tion of the law The statement fol lows MIt has come to my knowledge that it will be claimed In court that the employers liability act passed by the congress last winter by which a rem edy Is afforded to all employes of tho Interstate railroads for death or In jury Incurred In their service through the negligence of interstate railroads or any of Its employee Is beyond the constitutional powers of congress and therefore void It is my Intention to ask leave of the court In which the first case un der this law Is tried to intervene not upon the questions of fact but for the purpose of supporting the constl tutlonallty validity and interpretation of tho law This intervention finds a precedent In the leave given by tho supreme court to this department to Intervene In a private case arising under the safqty appliance law Under Ibis In tervention in the case of Johnson against tho Southern Pacific company ibe judgments of the circuit court and circuit court of appeals were reversed and the law plainly Interpreted and made effective by the judgment of tho supreme court This of course has received the approval of the president- It Is understood that when tho at torney general decided to jntervenoln these cases ho was in possession of Information that many of the rail roads had decided to enter upon a systematic effort to break down the law This conclusion is said to have been reached at a meeting of railroad attorneys held in Louisville Ky a month ago It is expected that a test suit will bo brought soon In Kentucky and another in New Jersey Offers Arbitration to Machinists Vashlngton A circular is being tent out to the striking machinists of tho Southern railway proposing that tho machinists declare the strike off return it work and iubmlt the wage question to arbitration Old Circus Rider Assaulted Cincinnati William Dutton old time circus rider and known all over the civilized world was the victim of in assault at Ninth and Sycamore streets Thursday night and may diet the woucd lie received f 1Jll STANDARD OIL FOUND GUILTY AT FINDLAY UPHOLD LIABILITY Constitutionality conviction and throe for acquittal As the result of continuous delib orations to four oclock Thursday morning one of the three for acquittal joined tho majority At seven oclock Thursday night ono of tho two remaining for acquittal wont over to tho other side and at four oclock Friday morning the last of tho three rave his assent to tho vordlct of Guilty Case Against Rockefeller to Walt Findlay O 1ronecutor David stated Friday that ho would tako no action in tho case against John D Rockefeller until tho Btipremf court passes on tho jurisdiction of tho Standard cases Wilt Fight to Last Ditch Now York Tho legal depart ment of tho Standard Oil company has given out the following statement Tho verdict In tho case at Flndlay against the Standard Oil company car rles with It a single fine of from 10I to 5000 which Is tho maximum ac cording to the law under the informa thou on which the suit was brought Tho defendant lawyers in the ease are taking Immediate steps for appeal which before final adjudication may pass through three courts namely court of common pleas the circuit court and the supreme court of Ohio They feel confident of securing a reversal on manifold errors IB the trial just concluded tawf aad t a1Itrre dLta MRS POTTERCOWDIN A SUICIDE Daughter of Bishop Potter Kills Self In Sanitarium Cromwell ConnIt was stated here that Mrs Lena PottorCowdln daughter of Illshop Henry C Potter of Now York committed suicide by hanging at a private sanitarium here Tuesday night Mrs Cowdln was 44 years of ago She came here sumo time ago to un dergo treatment at a private sanitarium On Tuesday evening It Is understood Mrs Cowdln eluded her nurse and later her body was found hanging from a beam In the collar Mrs Cowdln was tho wife of Win throe Cowdln The body was forwarded to Now TTork Thursday NEW YORK CENTRAL IS FINED Must Pay Sum of 108000 for Grant Ing Rebates New York Judge Holt In the United States circuit court Friday Im posed a fine of 108000 on tho Now York Central Hudson River Rail road company for granting rebates to Lowell M Palmer who had charge of transportation for the American Sugar Refining company There were six counts and a fine of 17000 was imposed In each Frederick L Pomoroy assistant traffic manager of the Now York Cen tral was tined 1000 on each count a total of 6000 Worlds W C T U Memorial Boston An impressive memorial service for members who have Med during the past three years was ono of tho leading events of the second day of the triennial convention of the Worlds Womens Christian Temper ance union in Treniont Temple Fri dayLord Carlisle of England spoke in memory of his lifelong friend Sir Wilfrid Lawson tho noted English parliamentary temperance leader and others mnlo brief addresses in honor of members from various countries who have passed away Seize 74000 Cartridges Lomza Russian Poland Cus toms officers horo seized 19 pack ages shipped from Berlin and coq signed to Tlflls which wore found to contain 74000 cartridges Fire on Bank Robbers Auxvasse MoParla Hartley cash ier and P C Strikes assistant cashier surprised two robbers at work in their bank the Auxvasso State bank hero and opened fire on them with shot guns Tho robbers escaped Former Senator Killed Faycttevlllo Ark ExUnlted States Senator J D Walker olio of tho prom- Inent lawyers of this state fell down a stairway leading to bloffice and was killed his skull being fractured Hewas 76 years of ago jrst FlOATING MINE WAS STRUCK BY THE RUSSIAN COASTING STEAMER WARJAOIN Terrible Disaster at Sea In Which One Hundred and Eighty Persons Perished Only One Saved London Oct 22A dispatch re ceived hero from Vladivostok by Lloyds agency says tho Russian wood en coasting steamer Warjagln struck a floating mine and foundond Some of her passengers antI crow were saved but 180 persona wore drowned Another message received by a news agency says 200 passengers perished on board the Wnrjagln only one be- Ing saved JOIN SALVATION ARMY As Penalty For Milling Improper Postal Cards Plttsburg Pa Oct 2Tho picture postal card Is directly responsible for Flora Nedomoyor and Francis Kugler two pretty Mount Washington girls nbout 18 years old getting Into the tolls Tho girls are charged with mail ing some of the illustrated cards con taming some pointed statements to a friend who did not appreciate theft humor and reported the matter to tnt postal authorities who after Invest gating the case made the information against the girls charging them with violating the postal laws which for bid tho sending of mall upon which is written anything of a libelous na turf The fair defendant scorned to take the whole proceedings as a hugs joke and refused to bo serious ever when threatened with jail Mr Lindsay finally told them that il they would Join the Salvation army ei n penance for their misdeeds he would not prosecute further Te girls then went away to carry out tho courts order CHASED ALL NEGROES Out of the Town Following An Insult To a White Olrl Casey 111 OCt SThltl town with a population of MOO Is without a oei orwl citizen following the troubles ol last Friday and Saturday In which the negro inhabitants were chased out after a white girl had been Insulted bj John Oobniton a negro hotel cook A snob waa formod Immediately after the nrriMt of Johnson but the nogro was saved by means of a rise The mob learning thle became furious and hit mediately started to free the city ol Use negro population Negro barbershop employee and hotel porI frs oooki and laborers were ordered to leave The i olleo and several deputies mixed with the mob hat no one wu Injured Threatened to Punch Minister Detroit Mioh Oet Itnit JaM McHenry pastor of the Christian church at Beaton Harbor baa nearly brokn up lilt eoagragaUen by writing a letter to one of tho married wornes In his flock asking her to meet him at an interurban station Walter JlustedI husoaud of tho woman punch the minister but friends of the preacher prevailed upon him not tc practice his pugilistic talent The mat ter was taken to the cbureh board which Is now conducting an Invosllga lion Driven Ashore In a Gale Norfolk VtL Oct ZTho stoamei George Farwoll laden with G7EQOC feet of lumber from Jacksonville Fla for Now Haven CL went ashoro In I gale off Capo Henry and will probably be a total loss CapL J D Chlsbolw and his crew of 15 men wore saved after a thrilling experience by the lifesaving crews from the Virginia beech stations The captain described the storm an the worst In his 20 years ex perlence Protect Use of Christs Name Guthrie Okla OcL 22A movement has been started among the JowlS r1 the new state to present a petition le- the constitutional convention at Guth rlo next month appealing to the doll gates not to Insert In tho constitution of Oklahoma any clause that will rof ognlzo Jesus Christ as a deity or will be repugnant to tho Jewish or another religious sect Cremated In a Shocking Manner Clarksburg W Va Oct 22The body of George Raschld tho Syrian leper was cremated In a shocking manner at Pickens The shanty In which ho had been staying was sot oa fire and his body was consumed with IL It Is now declared that his death was tho result of foul play Many people atPlckena say the leper was given poison In his food One Man Killed Ogden Utah Oct 22One roan was killed and 100000 In property was dc strayed by a heavy wind storm that swopt over this section Wm Jlbba was struck by a lying plank and kill ed The Catholic church was badly damaged and other large buildings suf fered Edisons New Battery New York Oct 22 Thomas A Edi son has accomplished a surprise for tho world He promises to put on tint market within six months a new slop ago battery which will enable every man to travel In his own private carriage at the cost of car fare Negro Hanged Mobile Ala Oct 22 Robert Clark alias Dan Dove a negro from Kansan City was hanged from a telegraph polo near the Lucedale depot of the Mobile Jackson Kansas City railroad by 300 masked men THE STARTVTomorrow perhaps the ty aftereYour folly will vanlalu you The wino that Induce loud laughter The women tile tone and the play dToend fortune no matter how dearly k She holds It shall yield you your chance Tomorrow your tanner shall flutter Where honor hrlKhtpnncpllnl leads And men In their wonder hall utter Fair arnwhea concerning your deadal Tomorrow tlm feast ihAllbe ended t The way shall be evn and bright The start ahall be fearless and u l imiM llo then for a gorgeous to ntghttAh vainly you promise and sadly Your hopes and your vaunting wilt itdr Your felilra may tease and you gladly May rail on the fates to attlsnd Hut fortune In innlJInj oueveaans Fur thorn who lUll starting today I And there II no guOtlpM that bleues Till UKicnrd WOOl fnll li dellUr8 It Ktsor In Chicago HfoenlllftralO OUR DRINK DILL J What the United States Spends An nually for Stimulating Beverages r It According to figures prepared by the Amorlcun Grocer tho amount ox qendod by Americans last year on al cohollo drinks too coffeo and oocoa was close to 1649000000 an In crease In five years of more than 21 per cent while the population of the country during the same period advanced loss than onethird of that percentage Those figures make no all lowance for water milk soda water and other combinations of socalled tomperonco drinks an enormous quantity of which arc consumed In this country Contrasted with 1901 tho figures last year show an increase In the use of malt liquors and the mild or stimulants such as tea and toffee with a slight decrease In tho use of spirituous liquors It U estimated that the por capita expenses for stimulat ing beverages last year In this country was 1808 alcoholic stimulants con tributing about 16 of this amounL Tko por capita consumption of strfrlU was aa high In ass as It Is today Those figures are most urprltlnir when It Is remembered that a larger proportion of the people aro temporal The met that the per capita oonMunp tlon of beer Is 1S nitons per year or more than six raiN of beer far every man woman and ehHd In tho country becomes the more sicnlteant when allowance Is made for those who drink no beer at alL In 19M our national drtojk bill was so great for ateohotte betemtas shoe that It would have pall theOrdlaaq expenditures of the HevotflmmU sad left a balance ituffldenl almost to wipe out the Interestbearing Indebtodiess of the nation Zlons Herald GREAT SURGEONS MCTTO Eminent European Doctor Who Is Afraid of Intoxicants Dr Lorenz Is preeminent among the surgeons of Europe It Is of Interest therefore to note that on tho occasion of his second visit to America ddrlng the past year whore his remarkable operations attracted much attention ho emphatically declared the danger of alcoholic drinks A banquet was given In his honor In New York city and wine was served Tho eminent guest declined 1t and po Jhimbo asked If bo wore a total abstainer from the use of wines and other liquors His answer was as follows I can not say that I am a temperance agi tator but I am a surgeon Mr suc cess depends upon my brain being clear my muscles firm and my nerves steady No one can tako alcoholic liquors without blunting these physi cal powers which I must keep always on edge As a surgeon I must not drink What Gen Davis Says In season and out of season the wino and spirit papers and some oth ers not supposed to be In financial oneness with tho traffic echo the cry of more drunkenness since the drinking bars abolishment from tho 1 canteens of our army This report Is not only official It Is good reading 1900M94 cases of drunkenness 1801 1117 cases of drunkenness 1S02 V09 cases of drunkenness 19oU lit cain of drunkenness 19M SIC eases of drunkenness for LOS rates of drunkenness Walking on Water Ono night while In a meeting Dr Torrey received A note for the ques tion box to this effect If you aro as great as you pretend to be can you walk on water And scrawled across tho note was Dont dodgo this Dr Torrey read tho question Can you on watery and replied Yen my friend a great deal better than I can on whisky Strong Words of Abraham Lincoln r If It is a crlrao to make a counter felt dollar It Is ten thousand times worse to make a counterfeit man innd If tho Implements for making Ai counterfeit dollar can bo taken and destroyed tho liquor found on a mans premises can bo just as Iggally taken and destroyed Think of It This drink bill of last year alone would have paid off tho whole of our national debt and have left enough to v die the Panama canalEx r I ti- THE HEMLOCK FIR Some Fact Regarding This Valuable and Graceful Tree The homlock fir Tsuga Cnnndeuclc Is a tall ovorgreon trco reacHlng a height of f0 to 19P loot with a trunk dlamotor of four feet The young branoltot aro slender anti drooping kt the tips making It tho most graceful of our natlvo evergreen The gan appearance of thu foliage IB nailer and The Hemlock moro plump lIke than tN spruces and balsam firs Tho Itarc an oat blast slightly nbovo onobflif MI luck tong dark groan above nod polo boa mth being DO arranged by the tvriitiBB of their short petioles M to appear two ranked thus tfvlftg a flat apimtranoo to the twig The cone are hi loop or slightly kitiHor than tlse kayos while the hellos aro trued and obtuio Thor him from t bo tips of th branches and otters porelit for Months after tho needs have fallen The wood It light brown brittle and coarto grained weighing 1C pottnds to the cubic tI- t Is employed IK the building of barns and other rouith building The range of the hemlock Is Jrwn Nova Scotia to Minnesota and south to Alabama Tbo hemlock Is not rtcognlMd by the Walled Sauce Pharmacopoeia as having say mmllehul properttes nor does too oil rf twnkwk appear on Its list of organic drum but the bark of the tree la used for tannin on aeronnt of tilt largo par teat of tannin cost talned thereto NO USELESS SOIL All Land Will Pay Reclaiming It Is Thought Oulltw oahIUv rolllar land can be topped and the fend rovclallsstd by putting a light coat of timothy bay In the bottom of the ditch Miter tko relay reason Is PMMK In Ute win tar feud caul on the land by pot ling the hay In tho ditches I have had ditches on my farm that wore once uilosa but have been reclaim wl OtIHall1tonin tho KUlllos but plow up and down tho hill 1s+ aWe thorn Novor plow rlotor than two foot to the ttlgt of the cWrlio Baoh year let the grass trip Fat a little wider Thus your highland will gradually level up I have same land that had boon Knlllod but has now been producing grass for the put 20 yours Onco n sot of grass baa been obtained In the Kulttei never plow It up Tbo bay will always bo getting better In tho main loads and the smaller ones will bo Improving through tho process of feeding ha to tho cattle All land will pay reclaim InK declares tho Farmers Rvvlow Very ioor land Riilllo wprst Manure from stable whoro the mulch cow are fed hay Is the very best manure for reclaiming such land FARM NOTES Hitch your horses In the field A strap and weight cost little They may save dollars where they cost cents Remember that the slightest touch of frost on tho top of n squash will stall Its keeping qualities It there in danger of a frosty night nnd you do not wish to gather them throw a bran sack over each one Dont fool any limo away with the gllbUmgucd stranger who wants to sell you a mIning stock that l s going to double Itself next week or nny In vestment that promises a big per cent for tho chances aro that ho cannot de liver tho goods Do careful about Axing traps for yourself when you aro carrying bnpi of grain Into tho granary Make a good solid set of ntepe Many have fallen and broken their limbs or hurt themselves for life by trusting to tarn shackle ladders Dont you bo one of themDraining makes heavy soil better Slow Makes It dry In wot times It ran be worked earlier In the spring tbo land will not bake It Is warmer It Is moro productive Any land on your farm that needs draining Now Is the tlrpo to do It Mow CockleDur Mow the cockleburs and make a bonllro of them They look bad spoil the land for future crops and cause the farmer endless trouble Hero In Indiana tho law requires the supervln ors to soo to it that the weeds along the roaddldo arc kept mowed down This Is n good law It the supervisor door his part of tho duty With clear roadtdcj it Is casts M solve tIle we rt 1 pit blew t 3 gt PASTURING MEADOWS It Is a Mistake to PUt Cattle on AS Soon as the Hay Is Cut Oft A common practice among farmers of tho prtrflont day and moro BO the eastern farmer Is to pasture th8 meadows as soon as tho hay crop Is rut off It Is an old practice and a bad ono says Potorkln Wiley Jr In American Agriculturist It has been practiced for geonratlons but not to such an intent as nt present To turn stock Immediately upon tho meadow Is a sure ruination of next years crop of hay and relieves tho farmer but little In tho long run In July and August jmBturo gets short especially In u dry year and Ui ceo tho green grass growing Is Indeed a great temp JaUon On very rich soil I tin not say that It In not proper to picture providing that the young shoots aro given n chauco first to gain slzo and luxurla ant growth livery farmer should sow plenty of fodder corn in early spring and fum user so it can be fed during tho short ago of pasture In a great many sec lions no doubt farmers have learned from experience the folly of early pasturing of meadow I bollovo It per tardy right to allow stock to graze on mowed tnoadows not earlier than Sep tember 1 providing It Is not carried to extremes I havo observed In a great many Instances when winter set In that the ground would bo gnawed as smooth as a house floor This leaves tho young plant roots unprotected and the damage dono Is extensive I have a number of neighbors sue ceful In n way anti readers of American Agriculturist whoso firs act after removing the hay Is to turn In ovary heed of livestock they hove Kxporlence line shown this Is very tin profltablo My method is to allow shor- Jntorvale at a Umo In this way ther Is stifflclont top loft to Insure winte- protection to the roots some soil re building and n big bay crop the sue ceeding year QALINSOCA Thin plant shown herewith was found growing In cultivated lands a few speoimens In one place and Is known as Unllnwgn parvlflora Can commonly known as aallmwga and bo Callnioga Parvlflora longing to the sunflower family About II years agb It was Introduced Into the United Status as a weed from trop teal South America and It In flow thoroughly established from the Atlan tic to the Pacific It will probably never bccomo abundant enough says Country Gentleman to bo aggressive It Is also said to have been Introduced Into Kurnpo as a weed BOARD SHIELD FOR POST DASE +tR How One Farmer Provided Ingenious Protection From Jack Frost We give herewith n sketch of a cement baso for pasta as used In a tiara 01 n farmer who considers the plan very sails factory The post stands directly upon tho cement but sur rounding tho cement portion of tho base Is a coy ering of boards Originally these boards were put on to gIve shape to tho concrete After the co bent had hard ened tho covering was left as tho owner felt that It would servo as a protec tion to the cement when a wagon was used In tho stable Ho reports that he has found this to bo truo A hole Is dug about a foot deep nnd the cement foundation built up from this point explains Prairie Farmer The portion shown In the Illustration Is that which appears above the ground A represents tho post n the cement and C tho covering The latter may be of nay material convenient though fairly good lumber is advisable Good Tree Protectors Old barrel staves woven together top and bottom with wire or stout twine mako excellent treo protectors to keep oft young calves Iambs and sheepIf you must use your orchard for young stock occasionally Also says Knrm Journal useful to hold straw covering In place In winter around tender shrubs of rqso bushes The half of ono barrel head with a bracket placed underneath makes a neat kitchen shelf Did You Did you over notice how hens will work In a heap of old platter taken from tho walls of a house Wbut aro they after It Is lime It shows rcrmrks Farm Journal that wo ough- ttokfp a good supply alwaystetore tie clL3 They have i1 Juc a lot ul H to make cglllIk of JESUS ANOINTED IN BETHANYSu- nday School Lesson hi Ocl28 J906 SpceuUr Prepared for This Pater JKSSON TnXTJIatt Ke16 Memory rrll is 11- UOIlJKN TJ XTShe bath wrought a rand work upon rne1Itall 2010 TIME The Saturday evening + la tliejJewtitiACBIIlhany on the Mount of at the house of Simon who had been u leper- Comment J and Suggestive Thought j V C In tho house or Simon tho leper It Is commonly supposed that J this man of whom nothing further Is known had been healed of his disease by JfSIlIlIV 7 There came unto him a worn1 an Jesus with other male guests was reclining at the table when Mary tho slater of Lazarus and Martha came to him Alabaster box A bottle or cruso made of the raro and delicate alabaster Very precious ointment Tho other accounts tell us that this ointment was the rare and costly spikenard distilled from an odorous plant which grow In the far east and mingled with oil making a rich perfume unknown to modern chemists In quantity it was a pound that Is 12 ounces Poured It on his head Also upon his foot John and In her eagerness to lavish every drop upon her beloved perhaps sho crushed tho fragile Jar UlarkJ Sho also wiped his feet with her hair John The practice of anointing the person with perfumed oils was as com mon among tho Hebrews as among other oriental peoples indignat buteconrexpenditure V 9 Might have been sold for much Its value was estimated by Judas at 300 pence that is about CG Given to the poor This was Judas suggestion made not because he eared for the poor but because as treasurer of tho little band ho would hams had opportunity to purloin some portion of the money entrusted to himV 10 When Jesus understood Jesus perceived that some actually condemned Marys beautiful deed It of course pained Mary to be criticised by good men for whom she had great esteem and Jesus reproved them say- Ing Why trouble ye the woman for she hath wrought a good work Tho apostles thought Mary bad wasted her ointmentV Yo have the poor always with you At that day and In everyday and land since there have been abundant opportunities for Jesus friends to help tho poor He recog nltos this service as dono unto him Matt 2li31feLHOut mo ye have not always Only a few days longer would tho friends of Jesus have to ox proM tholr loving devotion to his per Eon V 12 She did It for my burial It was customary for tho Jews to anoint the dead body for burial V 13 Wheresoever this gospel shall bo preached Wherever tho good news shall be proclaimed how God through the life and death of his Son poured out hIs love and life In sacri lice for hln children there shall the story also bo told of Mary who poured out her dearest treasure to express her lovo to Jesus In the whole world Jesu Poured out his life for all mankind and ho foresaw that this good news would bo proclaimed throughout tho world V 14 Then Very soon after this least Judas Iscarlot Judas of Kerloth the only one of the apostolic band who was not a Galilean Ho had enjoyed the advantage of intlmato companionship with Jesus for three years but his avaricious heart had not been won to lovo the loving One went unto the chief priests The priests of whom Calapbas was tho leader had determined to seize Jesus and put him out of the way They eagerly welcomed Judas who came to them and offered to betray his Lord V 15 What will ye give meY This sentence gives us a key to Judas character Ho was continually seek ing something for himself Jesus words from the early days of his min- Istry indicate that he felt that Judas heart was not with him John 670 Matt 2625 Thirty pieces orsll vet Thirty shekels that Is a little less than 20 In our money An an cient prophet had foretold the very price for which Jesus would bo sold iZach 1112 V 1C Opportunity to betray him Tho chief priests were anxious that Jesus should bo quietly and secretly delivered Into their hands lest there be an uprising of the people In his de tease Practical Points V 7 Kstlmato the precious things Christ has poured out until you feel there Is naught too precious to pour out upon blml Pet 119 24 7 2 Pet 14 V 8 A cold heart cannot understand tho power and beauty of en thusiastic love2 Cor 4c- V 10 Though we may fall to appre elate anothers way of serving God lot us refrain from unjust criticism 1 Cor 4C V J3 As Marys lovo embalmed Jesus so Jesus love embalms the memory of each of his loving ones John 1119 Col 33 4 V 13 Love wastes are as living seeds their heath U tblr muultill- eatonJobe 1221 V 15 He hakes a poor bargain who sells Jesus though all the world bo I offered InexcbaD eJl1ttlGZC r Py 1- I WEAKNESS IN THE MORAL Listener Not Quite Convinced of Application of Story During tho regime of tho late James T Furber as general manager of tho Boston J Maine railroad It happened ono morning that all trains Into Boston woro very late At a small sta lion about five nlllos out one passen gar was waiting who hind a number of men employed In his business and to him tho delay was vory annoying Several trains wont by without stop ping at his station and tho annoy anro grew to positive raging and when ho finally did got to Boston nearly two hours lato ho matte a beo line for tho general managers office That official however was not ex pvctcd until some time later and tho passenger withdrew III no way antis tied When ho did moot Mr Furber his feelings woro a little Intensified by the addition of several of his fa vorite morning drinks Mr Kurber and tho passenger were old friends and after listening to tho complain ants remarks the general manager sought to appease him and said Sit down a mInute John I want to tell you a story and John sat down again and listened attentively An old woman won brought to this country by her children but the place did not agree with her and she soon began to tail Her doctor ordered stimulants but ovon this did not chuck her dlsoaso Just before alto died nlie wanted one more drink but this her daughter refused saying Mother dear you dont want to go to Heaven w th the smell of whisky on your lips Do you skt the point John asked Mr Furbor No Im hanged If I do replied John Well John said Mr Furbor your breath Is strong enough to throw an otclno oft tho track Hut confound It Jim answered the now quieted visitor you dont mean to say that with only you and I here this Is Heaven Modern Farming Thirty years ago threshing time was one of the most strenuous occa sions that came to the farmers an nual experience and was something that wits dreaded as much by tbo women folks of the house as the farm or hlmsolf ns it required two or throe days to thresh the average crop with li and 30 men and as many teams to bo fed and housed and the stacks of fried chicken and apple pie that disappeared during those days was something wondorful to behold This is now all changed The thrashing crew come down tilt road with their whole outfit on train pull In along side of the stacks and In ton minutes arc at work and no ono Is surprised If they aro thrashing ten bushels a mlnuto Tho sheaves being fed auo matically tho threshed groin runs di rectly Into the farmers wagons the straw being staeked automatically taking away most of the laborious and dirty part at the work of the old Union and for the average farmer ono day deans up the whole Job and tho thresher has moved on to the next setting Kxport Implement Age Lung Fishes Several examples of a zoological paradoxa fish which would bo speed fly drowned If placed In deep water have Just been added to the collection at Regents park This Is tho African walking fish which spends tho great or part of Its existence upon tho mud banks of tropical rivers Its method of progression has been described by naturalists as of tho hop skip and Jump variety and whoa Journeying Inland as It does over long distances It climbs by means of tho breast fins over the roots and even Into the boughs of trees These curious crea tares which belong to an Important group known as lung fishes form a connecting link with the higher forms of life the air bladder being converted Into what Is practically a lung When the rivers dry up in the hot season they bury themselves In the mud breathing In tho air like a frog or a newt In Australia thoro aro several varieties of lung fishes ono of the largest which Is much esteemed as an article of food sometimes attain big a length of six feet London Dally Graphic Dr Johnsons Spelling Those who are readiest to condemn as scornful Innovations or Amen canisms various suggestions for an altered nuthography are apt to for got how arbitrary tho greatest of Eng lisp dictionary makers occasionally was In his choice between variant spelling says the London Spectator It was Dr Johnson who added tho k to muslck anti rhetorlck and physlck which before his day Were commonly spelled as wo spell them now Lnlar and honor and fa vor Irritate many readers who stylo them Americanisms But It was Dr Johnson who introduced the unnec essary though perhaps rather graceful u and who wrote in addition nuthour and errour and gov ernour Tho last spelling has only dropped out of thin English Prayer Hook In the twentieth century How ninny churchgoers have noticed the change All Right I am bringing a man homo for dinner telephoned hot liege All right replied the wife of the cannibal chief stop at the grocery and get some material for dressing Houston Post Unkind The Playwright Didnt I see you in your sent somctlmo attar the final curtain fell usherforgoterr- r i 4JJINIiii 01 1r1 1 l 1 Lass Berea 19067 College 4 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOtPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS l Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL- Over I 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky HO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes Ihat 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 Sorra lecture libraryand general advantages as for more advanced dradentT Arith metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage ment etc Free text books + TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac i tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady isIHome Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even apart of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highes educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of i teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano i1 2I Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection withany t course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days 4 Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School i expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by tbe gifts of 1 Christian and patriotic people who are it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness1jPlanning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc v vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the ti j weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost 1 LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no ti rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 i r a week in the fall and 150 in winter + SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Defotit as guarantee if for return of room key library books etc fJI Second an Incidental Fie to help on expenses for care of schoolI tbuildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or + services of teachersall our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental i Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses y ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room 1 for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re tQ turned at end of term 3000 t f ridentalin advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th day 540 I OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people JOur stu i dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildingsfand assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuablertraining and getting pay according to the value of their labor Ex it cept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to etrn as much4+ as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earl11lfrom 50 cents to one dollar a week 2 JIir The best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time it i- to study is in the fall m Ifiylt is important to come the first day September la and stayktill the end December 19 JSfFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY Ry t 1t 4 j Madison County Roller Millsj 1 MMtMM MiMrftcttiren FMCJT IWhr Row fOff Meal Skip Staffs Crwkc4 Ctrl Ek Oar GOLD DUST Rtttcr Ftetr vU M i hart to hat PKIDB OF MADISON to voter Exalte Fltv mss at4iPotts Dufrson rberr PaL1T j- a I I ot I- w = M thdseehwadwi tj snes i wJ aWaJ frr P 1 LrT HOME I Ceeklaff Hints from Mrs Hills Note BookMeasuroments ExiMit measurements count for ranch in tho succors of cooking In tbo recipes given in cookbooks cupful means n half pint A measuring cup divided into halves fourths and thirds in either tin or glass is n great convenieno and almost a necessity in successful cooking They am be bought for ten cents in any housofurnishing store in tho city A cupful equals sixteen table spoonfuls When a rounded spoonful is called for there should bo as much material above tho bowl as thero is in it that is a rounded spoonful should equal two level spoonfuls Inmost cookbooks when a spoonful is called for it means a level spoonful Do not trust to your eye to toll you when a spoon is level full Take up what you can in the spoon then level it off with the back ofa knife smoothing it from tho handle to the point- A half spoonful is a level spoonful divided into two equal parts lengthwise Two cupfuls or ono pint of granulated sugar equals one pound Ono cupful of butter well packed equals ono half pound Four cupfuls or one quart of flour equals ono pound Proportions To remember n few proportions will holp us to remem 4 ber a great many recipes For custards uso five to eight eggs to a quart of milk or three to four eggs to a pint Also use ono teaspoonful of lemon extract or vanilla and onequarter teaspoonful of salt to a quart of milk In thickening with cornstarch uso four heaping tablespoonfuls of eorn starch to a quart of milk A heaping tablespoonful moans as much a M the spoon can be made to hold Use one even teaspoonful of baking powder to a cup ipint of flour Use ono even teaspoonful of soda to a pint of sour milk Uso ono teaspoonful of soda and two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar to a quart of flour THE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools Ily IMIOF CIIAKIK9 D LEWIS RATIO AND PROPORTIONContinued- To determine which relation they bear make the analysis as in the following problem Problem If twelve men in twentyfive days of eight hours each build a wall fortyfive yards long three feet wide and four feet high how long will it require fifteen men working nine hours per day to build a wall sixty yards long four feet wide and five feet high Analysis If twelve men can do the work in r twentyfive days one man can do it in twelve times twentyfive days and fifteen men will only require 115 as long as one man or 115 of 12x25 days 12 is a multiplier and 15 is a divisor If the men had worked one hour per day the time- S would have been 8X25 days but by working nine hours it would have been 10of 8x25 days 8 is a multiplier 9 a divisor If the wall had been but one yard long the time would have been 145 of 25 days but being sixty yards long it would be GOXl45 of 25 days 45 is a divi sor and 00 a multiplier And so on with any number of terms thatjnay be given This analized out proportion becomes simple and valuable both from a standpoint of use and of mental training TO BE CONTINUED I The Cultivation of Memory I Dy Prof J W Dinsraore I Memory Is tho that enables ua to recognize things previously per ceived Its development begins early IB life that Is at about the same tlmo as observation Whenever tho child knows Its mother or the nurse it then shows that memory is active If glv e proper exercise It will continue to develop until about the sixteenth year It Is then thought to be matured but is still capable of great Improve meat by training and discipline as is any other organ after maturity But Ute Urge to secure the best results In development Its tul Ovation Is during tho period of I All our gifts are precious but It to doubtful if any of them are more so than memory Nothing can bet aobUved without It The history of KM world shows that every great two OB woman has been possessed with a strong memory Philosophers I fcttMnaen poets military heroes great aaaaicUas successful business men feava all bad this faculty developed to ft degr of excellence s Jfcw Important It Is then that aswaory should be cultivated early In Hie aid all thru tho period of its ferolopnent Nature herself Is do rotoS to Its cultivation The child fabs jest as much delight In exert tales la memory as it does in ex arsWar Its limbs and body Children MVST tire of hearing little rhymes aad jingles over and over again Count J babe toes according to the nursery Jasilon This little pig says I go stool wheat etc and see how many ttstae you must he is ottefltd Hear repeat SYfbetoreI Iltl aencc of again la GtAa to fasten mem wrJtttay schemes have been invented to siiiM naturo in this training but rho Aonbt the best of all aro the nurs ery sbymea attributed to Mother dices Out of an Infinite number r brat have been tried theso have sur vrs4 by htclr merits and havo befcomo Oi slanslcs for children in all civil Iud nations Hero are a tow of tho 1beeto servo as illustrations Pussys In the weillIWho put her In Little Johnny Green Who pulled her out JUg Johnny Stout There aro three elements In the j Vive Pussy always a favorite Johnny Green tho cruel boy and bit Johnny Stout the hero Observe tko fdrea of adjectives little and big also how green lends Itself to e oru while stout Is admirably adapted to the heroic The writer once asked a largo class ot second reader pupils to draw the bythisprevailingtypotom of n well Johnny Green on tho run and Johnny Stout to tho rescue Ths method of getting was varied from an oldfashloned i will sweep to an abnormally devel 4 i I II 1 J r l w oped arm that reached to tho bot tomTho next one Is equally dramatic tho lacking In moral tone Who killed Cock Robin I said the sparrow With my bow and arrow And I killed Cock Robin Hero Is cruelty In a much worse form and vaunting Itself Its very boldness excites our admiration Cock Robin was evldontlv n saucy usurper who deserved kllllnr and tho bravery of the diminutive sparrow In despatch Ing the tyrant makes him a hero Tho following Is always popular Little Jock Homer sat In tho l corner Eating a Christmas pie Ho put in his thumb And pulled out a nlum And said What a good boy am I It Is difficult for an adult to see just where Jacks goodness cornea In but what Is logic to a child The Christmas plea and putting In his thumb and pulling qut a plum make a delightful picture and suggests that It was a reward for Jacks virtue tho his sitting In a corner makes It a little suspicious Moro is another that shows cruelty In Its proper light I had a little pony Ills name was Dapple Gray I lent him to a lady To ride a mile away Sho whipped him She lashed him She rode him thru tho mire I wouldnt lend mv nony now For all tho ladys hire The picture of the pony frantically struggling thru tho mire arouses pity while the heartless lady lashing him excites extreme Indignation Besides to own a pony Is the height of a youthful ambition And to havo him abused especially by a person to whom ho has been lent trausccnda th limit of patience Every child knows what a struggle It required to learn to count ahund red But to achieve tho same result happygoluckyfashion triumph It Is like getting the best ot- a hard bargain Onecry orery dlckery davy lavyWhiskerytime Humpety bumpety ninety and nine One hundred And there you aro It is not very elegant but when a thing leaps chasms and helps you over hard places liko that it is not best to be too particular eleganceAsnumber they take us back to tho charm- Ing days of childhood when every fan cy was real Counting out was nlway i fovorlte All but the counter sit in a row or semicircle with feet extend ed Tho one doing tho counting sits sylabletapsof tho verse must be withdrawn Then tho game goes on until all havo flown away What a delightful way to learn scanning Peter McPrlmlty was a good waterman k 1 I Jy T i Ho stole hens and put them In pens Bomo laid eggs and some laid none Trip trap speckledfoot begone Wo didnt know and never Inquired what a waterman was nor why a good waterman should bo stealing hens nor what triptrap hnd to do with Speckledfoots taking off These hnd many moro of o similar Character have been learned by nil children who have hind a chance at them from time Immemorial Yet they have never been set them ai tanks nor has any urging boon need ed Ahoy are as eager for them as forR wcctmmta Parents and teachers aro wIse If Instead of condemning these rhymes as useless nonsense they look upon them as part of the joys of childhood just as wo look upon flowers and birds and musla and laughter If we would know what children need we must consider their wants aud desires Mother Nature Is a wise old nurse Sho has seldom If ever im planted useless desires in her chlldron The physicians of the old school gave thl1thIngSless it Is a depraved appetite and oven then It Is a question goeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoEighth i History i Thrilllnc Story of tho 11rt UiU Onl g O Innt lUlIravnt took lu the ChI War tt oeoooeoeoeooooeoeoi CHAPTER XI General Rosecrans having bin mind and heart set on Chattanooga had by tho 10th of August 1SC3 repaired the Nashville Railroad as far aa Stoven sonAlabama Bragg was well known to bo fortifying tho Gate City of the south whither ho hnd rotreatod Everything being In readiness for another general advance of the Army of the Cumberland wo received orders the 15th of August to march over tho Cumberland Mountains According tho Sixteenth VanClpves Division broko up camp and took the Ulllr Creek Gap road to Plkovlllo Before proceeding to give tho details of our march over this rough country a tow words of explanation concerning the topography of this part of Tennessee will better enable the reader to understand our subse quent movements Tho Cumberland Mountains consist of two ridges div ided for moro than sixty miles by the narrow fertile valley of Stjquatehle Tho high ridge east of tho valley Is called Waldona RldlPO This butts off against the Tennessee River opposite a continuation of tho same on the south side of the river known OB the Sand Mountains which also nbut with towering cliffs on tho south side of the river leaving no space for a road except by cuttlnr a space Into the sides of tho bluff Along the N a CRR has been made a rough wagon road called tho Narrows The Cum berland Mountains proper slopo from this narrow valley westward In broker bluffs for over forty miles toward middle Tennessee Over these we were about to march Tho First and Second Brigades of VanCleves Division the Second under Colonel Barnes passed through McMlnnville at noon In the midst of a fierce rain storm Wo only marchoi six miles and bivouacked at Harrison Ford of Colllna River After wading the much swollen stream by some error of tho commissary all the commis sioned officers were without n supply of provisions taking all on hand to supply tho soldiers for three days Of course tho only alternative was to borrow nt a usurious Interest Early the 17th wo began the weary task of ascending the mountain end wore till noon getting up ammuni tion wagons leaving rear regiment to assist tho artillerymen We pro ceeded east over a desperately rough road twelvo miles to A small mmintal stream called Rock River nnd blyou acked In a dense wood Before dark no less than six rattlesnakes were killed by our regiment alone and soy eral by tho Thirtyfifth Indlnna and tho Twentyfirst Kentucky The fear of these poisonous reptiles caused our rest on the bare earth to bo any thing but pleasant Tho men called this place Camp Snake After a heavy breakfast of crackers and coffee with tho luxury of a few Iotltoes Captains Wilson Wright and Dixon were appointed by Lieutenant Colonel Mayhow to search and over haul tho contents of our regimental wagons and throw out all unauthor ized baggage To tho great merriment of tho men tho officers only found and throw out an old trunk the prop erty of ono Hall tho wagoner whoso for Your Protection wo placo this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with0118b on his bade is our trademark and it Is a guarantee that Scotts Emul- sIon will do nil that la claimed for It Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles In infant or adult Scotts Emulsion Is ono of the greatest flesh builders known to the medical world Wc11 send yes a sample frets scow snwaE 40t Ilhw lr tc1 complaints of overloading had caused the search to bo made Tho 18th we marched to within six mllea of the valley Wo saw but tow signo of clTlllintlon tho few bouses wo paused being mlflorablo looking cabin The officers were worse off than the men for rations but wo man axed to eko out enough for supper with promise of tome beef for breakfast A boat It oclock the nflMnptamt had beoohw cotnpamtlrely quiet men and officers lying asleep on the leafy ground promiscuously Tho drove of beeves the division quartermaster hind brought over the mountain from some cause took fright and broko from the corral and CAme crashing an tearing through tho brush like a tornado passing thresh the left 6t our regiment frightening some of the slumbering soldiers no much that many of them climbed saplings with the agility of squirrels At 9 oclock the 19th wo arrived at the precipitous descent to this beautiful picturesque valley which lay BCVO ral thousand feet below us We de scended the road or rather an Irreg ular atonfc stairway to the valley then all miles up norjthward Wo en tered the ancIent looking town of PlkCTllle the Inhabitants of which did not appear to be as proud to see us ac we had expected of Tcnnota ecans oxoesstrolyhotold rusty looking town were closed an evident that the Inmates Were not overjoyed to see this fln t edition of Yankees Dut the exceralvo heat combined with female curlnslly over came some of the inhabitants and fair faces and well arranged toilets appeared at tho front windows At ono sat the pretty Miss 1C with rebel lious heart and xenrnlnir hawk vs nrythtnllblueTwentyfirst had a fancy for it well cooked beef brains that amounted to almost a weakness anti was returning from tile slaughter yard with his two bloodybrainsthe sergeant Involuntarily turned his head to take a glance at no much beauty k aralag with wrath With the quickness and snltefullnwm of a cat ahs spit In the Ifrsrt ants face A sudden movement the brains wore poised on the broad right hind anti sent flying through the open window Fortunatelyforhad tho discretion to dodge the soft mleiile which scattered over the nice carpet on to tho onnoslto wall The now furious sergeant strode on toward headquarters Just then sn old fat negro woman In the brain bespattered room exclaimed Dar Ise too MIRe Stllr shed bring door yetA companied by nn officer Called on Miss Silly and informed her that General V rwitiMtrd her nresene at headquarters forthwith Tho now frightened lady remonstrated with tears but the captain of the guard gallanted bar to the generals lent followed by the old fat dsrkr who said Is gofn trr see what the great boss I do wld dst chile The general told her that she was about an dangerous ti the boys as a shell with a short fuse and for snfety to nil parties she had best go to her friends outside the nickels flO DB CONTINUED 1 rilOGllESfl IK PEItnTAND KNO T NotM ron the Tour of Irr lilrnt n- Un fruit Religion Temperance Schools And Roads are all Improving In Perry and Knott counties It Is cheering to find a number of stone culverts placed over the streams giving secure passage for wagons and a roadway which will last for n hundred years If a few of these can be put In every year it will mean a great saving In time temper and horseflesh and wagons At Dwarf there is a fine wire bridge for foot passengers Such a bridge saves a world of time In paddling or wading and means convenience and health to the women and children There ought to be fifty such bridges In every mountain county The vigorous work of MAlcomb llol llday and other revenue officers and the revival meeting conducted by Bro titer Thurmond at Hlndman have given a great Impetus to the temperance cause There is not now a single sa loon or licensed distillery In Knott county and intoxication Is rarely soon Of course the whiskey men are not all dead yet and constant vigilance will be necessary but a great advance has been made In the matter of tho public schools there has been progress In the erec tion of good school buildings but the average attendance Is still disgrace fully small The ease boiling and fodder pulling have been made an excuse for keeping many children out of school and the first cold weather closedIare some very but too few who have been outsldo the county to school or who are will- Ing to go ahead and stir up tho trust ees and parents to do their duty President Frosts reception at HInd man was most cordial and apprecia the lie spoke In tho renovated Court Rouse and every sent was full On Sunday a preached In Baptist end Methodist Churches Brother Osborne pastor of the churches at Hlndman and Whitesbnrg a former Beroa eta dent Is doing a great work The W C T U Settlement School ot Hlndman Is one of tho brightest spdts la the mountains and has an Immense Influence for good The beautiful buildings were burned a ycai ago but friends In Hlndman and also friends In distant places rallied to tho support the school and all has becx groatlogbuildingsfromthe country At Deren children are not received under fifteen years of ago but Hindman receives thorn even younger than this and Is giving a most excellent training Ono great mistake in the mountains has boon payInggetteachersschool has been spoiled because tho teachers did this neglecting the youh children and two or throe old er students a training not halt to Mlrbbrtl irra 1n REAL ESTATE I have a farm containing 74 nerve noxt to tho pike and Iiireach of 13orea College This is a very tread attn It 1mA a largo house on it good water good burn anda good orchard Thom an 15 acres in grunt This farm is worth more than I ask for it There JB now 4 norm In tobacco on tho pljco that Is as flue us thura Is in Miidami county tiny ono wanting this place will do well to call nulltsea J P Uickuell at once I also have improved and unimproved lots In Bertfttfor tIplements fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paints oils roofing stool and galvanized I make a specialty in put ting on roofing If you will cull at my store Iwill show you the latest best mud most economical oil stoves that are on tho market A jxirfect beauty and a grunt comfort to tho lady In the kitchen I have a very cgmjilote line of groceries hardware dry goods clothing mud if you want n good suit of clothes nt very little ulonoy come and wo mo J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent 1lL RCA KENTUCKY A 40 Drs rrYrKrrKrrrll rrrrrrrrra grrrrnrrrYY YlYYVtIYYMrYYIPA i IoA WHO SAID GROCERIES i I ft Ior have VShecalled in porsqn nnd talked on the subject to tc i gWhen5 to talk with S iRWhite Rose Flour per Sack 50 K- la Pint Cups 15 tf gLJN All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon II Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery Store I I I t15rRA ttlR 1847r ROGERS BROS SiperPlae Tha IIIfJj SPOONS FORKS KNIVES Ctc hue been made for ore fifty pan iteiJJr at n In chiracter of deslfU lnhand general popularity but best of IU the Jj1oldROGERS +1Ry tnimuioea 11 woolJ bebsrdindeeul tolmproia upon lbawtarlagquil tit CntohiUlM by thus brand red which have made S4J ROGERS BROS tSa most famous of all silverware Do not ment b trying aJtUtth1 DayIOOwtllcaroed reputation loll y q run no rut There are other KOgcrsr atIIlUmpcdl eyerywheretoadWo M conttimnj newest deig- nrmanaanm CwtiMERIDEN BRITANNIA COMPANY Mtrftfta Cove i FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 7 TAI A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer good aa they could ret by ping away to school The school at Hlndman the school at Jackson the school at Burning Springs all malto a specialty of good teaching for tho youngor pu pils Tho people of Knott county Ken tucky deeply appreciate tho work which the Womans Christian Temper anco Union Is doing thru tho able and devoted teachers at Hlndman Tho county has a number of high mlndod nnd enterprising citizens who are active in support of tho school enterprisestor A OUAUANTKK CURE iron TILESI Itching Shad ntftid Protruding Pile Dm PAZOOJJlTUIUer LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Doing North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea838n mrArrive Iliclimond410n m Arrive Paris D28 u tn Arrive Cincinnati 7DO n in Doing North Train 2 Dally Leave Dercn12ll in Arrive Ilichmoud200 p in Arrive Paris 880 p flit Arrivo Cincinnati010 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Boron12i p in Arrive Knoxville 810 p in- Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron 1220 am Arrive Knoxville 780 a rah and3currynuaetand Knoxville In both illrtctloiin Train lumber I and 4 carry rullman vesllliuled Sleeping ear tnd ccxclic between Cincinnati and Knox vllle In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent For SaleI hnvo for sale GO acres of land lying near the plko and on the Oar rand county Hue 2or 8 miles west from Korea adjoining tho land of Frank Taylor I also intro ono sorg hum mill nud evaporator at my placo I wish to sell Call on or address mo nt Kirksvillo Ky JAMES R HENRY i 3 Imunrtljjj ufljmtgljfjs Ikalwt SraUt Oe1t1 r1 I Dy G ELLIOT FLINT Author Power and Ileiltli Through Protreittvc Exercise InnARTS of the brain ore developed just as parts of tho body increasing the blood flow to hosc parts With the body is done by exercising particular muscles it is done with the brain by the axercieo et particular faculties When we think crrtuin convolutions more than others are suffused with blood Now few tnun are born to be great in anything most of us are eternally commonplace Hut thero is one desire emnnuting from n sjxxjiul part of tho brain that in the vast majority of mon overtops nil other desires it is tho desire to possess women This dosiro is perfectly normal when regulated Hut w powerful is it that to keep it within tiuo bounds is extremely difllcult Unregulated as it so often is it hccomcg a wild insane thing that breaks up countless homo compels to ombezxlemont ronrdor and countless crimes and lends eventually to ruin Obviously thort it is an imperative duty that every innn and every woman owes to humanity tho duty of not only keeping their own thoughts pure but also to discourage all impure thoughts in others unworthy thoughts harm in n double way Not only do they strength pa by swelling with blood the cerebral jcontors that the thoughts oxcite hut also they weaken by depleting of blood all other centers Tho physio logical principle is daily Illustrated A man steals and thinks because lit u not caught that lie lute cnuped the confCrmencQg But ho has not No man run owibly atctix the consequences of any oct When Ije corn miu a rune the inevitable sequence is that he strengthens his brutal in rtmrtt by as much as hr weaken his moral foreo A man who lutes once stolen strata afterward nyore readily He who has committed murder is very apt to repent those criin- cIV apologists of nagiintea on tits stage arguw Unit it is realists and that realism is art It may be but it It an art in which wo do not with to become proficient They nllirm alto Unit rtttlifni IK CUUW ills gusting repel It does in all Healthy minds at first but afterward by destroying moral balance in the way shown it inspires indifference oath it finally when the low faculties become miUcienlly developed attracts Let the lid be lowered on stayed fctcnchn J1 missed Youth is a miSs nt Youth a Dy G K CIIIlSTERTON Everybody know the story about Herbert Spencer and tuna played billiards with a young man nt tho club Tlie ggrnthetic phjlotopher bentmi into n cocked butt after which ho turnedsud addressed the young man in the tot lowing precise termsIAreasonable proficiency in games of skill is a Mibjoct for self ongratuUtinn and H4ft teem but such abnormal dexter ity as you hue exhibited con only bo regarded ns the evidence of an ill spent youth I will not pretend to know wlrnt was the answer of the younfman who bent him ntbilliards whoever UNIt young man uilheW- I1 not I I never beat anyone at billiards not even Herbert Spencer A very dintingmahed nordist and social philosopher took me tho other day to a dub in Piccadilly solely in order that we might flimsily decide which was the worst billiard player in JJurope 1 won But if I had tarn tho young man who Loot Herbert Spencer nt billiards I should have raid n groat deal I should hare pointed out that it Herbert Spencer who by his bad playing at billiards showed that ho had misspent his manhood IA reasonable Inaptitude in games of skill 1 should haro said 4may wall bo a mattor of solf congratulation and self osteout But such sensational feebleness n 5itIvWsplay can only be regarded ns ovidocco of omphaticallytof over tho things tholllsolusHcrbori Spencer never saw u thing in his life if ho had seen a thing would have lied screaming He misspent his youth merely ocauie ho misled his youth ho lost knowledge and found i science Ho hnd not ono single brick of experience with which to build his enormous temple of opinion In every single question there is this absolute disparity between the very much lie knew und tho very little he had known He knew nil about K X he knew nothing about love lIe knew All about the philoprogunitivo instinct he knew nothing about fatherhood He knew about religions he knew nothing about n religion A youth in which a man has never loved or foiight or believed or begotten anything is in the most emphatic sense gf the worth n misspent south lrn1tl t iGa iel- ii i e jitri r Dy J FAIRfAX DLAISiiBOROUGH he WM was lie all It scorns that after all ladies are to rido astride Let us glance nt the argu meat in favor of univer sal adoption by the sex feminine of an altered style of riding just at the very time when the sidesaddle 1ms been made as perfect as it cnn possibly trialcpeaksior no the side saddle The loose girthing alone is a mercy to th6 horse and makes A 1vastdifference Yours ago the sidesaddles with huge hollow seats andawkward pom I mels wen often so chased and decorated as to be quite works of rrt but for any practical purpose they wore useless Gradually they improved as riding liwanwj more popular or should 1 soy because of tho improvement d horsocwreise wits popularized Gradually the sire weight and discom fort of the Hidesaddle vanished nnd now With safely skirts safety stirrups i amid other precautioiis lho ladya saddle is made just as comfortable i And perfect as it is possible to make it Still it is not comfortable for the horse und what illlloro in nine cases out of ten tho ladyrider lies to depend upon some member of tho sterner sex to help her to mount whilst this would bo obviated if the mans saddle were adopted Madame would certainly becomo moro independent she would feel moro at home in time and enjoy to the full the sense of power a good horse underneath one gives r p EXPORT DISCOUNTS GOODS SOLD CHEAPER ABROAD THAN AT HOME Only About One Three Thousandelh of Our Total Production of Manu factured Goods to Send Foreigner at Lower Than Current Prices In America fa Maine Speaker Cannon urged the reelection of a stalwart protectionist as representative in Congress he cause said he Illinois Is equally In terested with Maine It maintaining protection In Jlalno Secretary Taft declared that there was urgent need of revising the abuses out of the Dingier tariff He did not say what these abuses are but presumably his reason for demand- Ing Immediate revision Is to be found in the fact that a few American ex ports are sold abroad at lower jrlccs than at home- Wherefrom a doubt must have arisen as to the real attitude of the administration with the weight of probability on the urgent revision side for the urgent revisionist was natural ly assumed to be voicing the views of the head of the official family Such an inference would be quite certain to prove unfortunate for the Republican cause In North Carolina Secretary Shaw was demonstrating the entirely sound proposition that tariff reduction was not called for because of the relatively small quantity of domestic manufac tares exported nt lower than home prices this being in his judgment muoh better than to reduce our tariff so as to enable foreigners to flood our market with their cut priced exports Again divided counsels K Secretary Taft was In harmony with the ad ministration then Secretary Shaw Is at variance with the administration If Mr Taft was right In urging Immedl ate tariff rcTl ton downward In order t rchcck the evil of selling abroad each year A tow n1 lIons worth of our manufactures at tens than domestic prices then Mr Show Is wrong in defending the practice which keeps American mills and factories running full time all the year round and keeps American labor employed without a break either in time or in wages Doth cannot be right or at least both can not be In full harmony with the ad ministration Secretory Taft evidently agrees with Cummings Foes and the general body of tariff reformers that to work oft an occasional surplus In foreign markets at bargain counter rates is a grave crime whoso perpetration should be prevented by an immediate lowering of our tariff rates Secretary Shaw lads the practice a common one with every producing nation in the world but least prevalent In the United States In Its proportion to tho total volume of production He does not regard It as a crime nor oven a mis demeanor calling for tariff reduction as a punishment and a preventive He Is disposed to look upon export discounts as expressly legalized by our system of drawbacks whereunder the treasury department rebates back to the producer the tariff duties that have been paid upon articles or materials which enter Into products sold abroad This provision for export discounts Is not exclusively confined to the DIngley arlff Similar rebating provision was contained in the WilsonGorman tariff law of 1S94 also In the McKinley tar lit of 18D- 0Secretary Taft evidently considers it outrageous that the American con sumer should once In a groat while pay a little higher price for an article than some foreigners may have paid for It This does not scorn to bo a- very flagrant outrage when wo consid er that out of a total manufactured production of 15000000000 we sell abroad at cut prices rather less than 13000000 worth that is about 13000U of the total The goneral mass of our consumers are not griev ously wronged In this ratio of one to three thousand Yet It Is almost wholly on account t this one dollar worth In 3000 worth that Messrs Taft Cum mina Foss and tho rest of the reform ers think that no time should be lost In revising the tariff downward Secretary Shaw finds a very seats factory offset tb that Jl worth In IS 000 worth Into facts First that American labor Is kept at work all the time and second that the American workman is not required to accept ro duccd wages while producing the cons modities that go abroad at reduced prices Mr Shaw sums up the whole question logically and effectively when he says that ho Is willing to pay a slightly higher price than a few for eigners pay If thereby our own labor can bo kept fully employed at an un diminished rate of wages Speaker Cannon Secretary Shaw and the congressional committee are agreed that there Is nothing In the present situation that calls for downward revision or for any disturbance of tho tariff They do not regard ex port discounts as a sufficient cause for inaugurating a period of tariff Instabil ity and business uncertainty Yet It Is upon this limited and Inconsequenti al volume of cutpriced sales abroad that fully ninetenths of what Mr Taft calls tho growing sentiment for Im mediate revision Is based Looks a Little So fiomo of tho Democrats who shouted tho loudest for Bryan before he returned from Europe are now In a posi tlon to realize the full force ot the homely sayinfi nnont buying a pig In a poke Cleveland Leader a TARIFF MARKEDrUP Rates Not Made Needlessly High for Purposes of Reciprocity If as the free traders and tariff revisionists are so fond of asserting tho schedules of tho Dingley tariff were made needlessly high In order that reductions might thereafter be made in tho Interest of reciprocity why should the life of that section H of the law have boon limited to the two years ending June 24 1899 Tho answer Is that there was no such purpose In fix ing the Dlngley duty rates Tho intention of Nelson Dlngley and the men who cooperated with him In framing the bill was tb provide adequate protection They had no thought of Installing partial free trade through reciprocity In competitive products Positive proof of this Is found In the fact that in the bill as it passed the house section 4 dd not appear That section was added in the senate The plan was purely tentative and expert mental It was not meant to be per manent as the two years limitation clearly proves It died as it deserved to die with the bundle of foolish trea ties negotiated by Mr Kansan and at terwards left to rot In senate pigeon holes That was the end of wide open reciprocity It died before It was bornThe treaty negotiated with France served as an object lesson as it dem onstrated the utter Impossibility of re ciprocity in competing articles with out destroying protection For exam pie the proposed French treaty provided for a redlctlon of 20 per cent in the duties on hosiery and knit goods Such a reduction would have closed 76 per cent of tbo hosiery and knit goods factories of the United States and deprived 75000 people of employ ment and wages A similar treaty with Germany would have been com pulsory and that would have wrecked tho remaining factories Reciprocity In competing articles was lever sanctioned by Blaine nor by McKinley nor by Dingier nor Reed nor by any of the great cham pions of protection To allege that Dlngley purposely marked up the tar iff rates In order that they might be marked down In reciprocity treaties Is to reflect upon the Intelligence of that mater tariff maker It Is to suppose that Mr Dingley in tended to deal in gold bricks He knew what so many of the reciprocity advocates of today seem unable to comprehend that to reduce a need lessly high tariff down to tho line sep orAting adequate protection from no protection would not work It the tariff after having been reduced still remained protective the foreign com petitor would get no advantage That would not be reciprocity It would be a swindle and a rather transparent swindle at that kelson Dingier was not a confidence operator He did not believe in reci procity of the competitive kind and only consented to the IncorpornUon of section 4 with the two years limita lion clause attached So strong and able and consistent a protectionist he was that If he wcreallvo today noth ing would be heard of his having marked up the duties for the purpose ot marking them down In reciprocity dickers No one would dare to mak such on assertion REAL THING IN CATACLYSMS it Would De Folly Intelligent perception of the truth reciprocity In competing ar titles Iff shown In tho following extract from the address of President James R MacColI at the fall convention of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers at Lake Champlain The wave of tariff revision and reciprocity is subsiding Under the pres eat law there Is marvelous prosperity la which all classes of the people are sharing Common sense says Let well enough alone Reciprocity is found upon investigation to mean tho sacrifice of one section of tIll country or one Industry that another section or industry may grow more rapidly In nine years under the present tariff tho national exports have increased from 1033000000 to 1717005000 which places Ihb United States itrHlils respect in tho first rank among theina tlons of tho world With labor and capital fully employed and unable to meet the demand It would surely be folly to reduce duties and buy moro foreign goods in order to Increase our exports by an equal amount The chances are wo should accomplish the former but not the latter Mr MacColI Is evidently a man with brains reenforcIng business capacity ot a high order Ho has thought out the question for himself and ho finds that to secure an Increase eef exports at the cost of diminished home production Is an economic folly and a commercial blunder Morally reciprocity a fraud and a wrong Commercially to ft na tlon such as the United States it must inevitably prove a loss and an itilurv saw J SUSYS ADVENTURif Startling Story of a Dolls Desertion and Final Rescue it was growing very dark in the park Under the big bush where Susy sat the shadows were so black that tho policeman walked past without seeing her Her little arms hung down very straight and her big black eyes looked up to where between the treetops she could see little twinkling spots all over the sky and a big silver ball with a face in it Susie was a doll and she had never been out nt night before so she did not know what these beautiful shiny things were A firefly came along and flashed hilt lantern in her face Mamma Firefly and ho were out hunting for their lit tie ones They were very sad for they were afraid some of the bad children hadIor killed them Is that a child asked Mamma Firefly fearfully No its another victim answered Papa Firefly as he flew away Susy wondered what ho meant Then a hop toad came and sat on her feet She asked him politely to get off but he wouldnt He said sho looked exactly like n girl who had poked him with a stick so ho was going to sit on her Ho was very friendly and told Susy a lot of things Ho said he could only come out at njght because the children were so bad They stoned him and ono boy threw him Into the fountain He said ho gucsseU that boy would have some warts soon He stayed a long time but after a whllo in the treo near them something began to calltuwhoo tuwhoo tuwhoo The toad trembled hopped off and said he guessed hed better go Susy wished she could hop so sho could go with himShe wasnt afraid and If she could only lie down and shut her eyes she knew she could go to sleep She won dered If her dear little mistress had forgotten her The spew nurse had given her a kick under the bush the evening before and Susy had heard her say to another nurse that Miss Marjory shouldnt play with that old thing again if she could help It Susy felt very sad when she thought of this She was almost sure that her little mistress loved her But perhaps now that she had a new doll she did not care for her any more The new doll came from Paris Marjorys Uncle Jack had brought it to her It had lovely golden hair that curled all over its head pink cheeks and big blue eyes thut would open and shut It She Was Dreadfully Frightened could say mamma and papa It had a pretty lace dress hat parasol and lit tie kid shoes It had turned up its note=Susy was sure it had when her little mistress had made them kips each ether the day before Susy knew she was getting old and ugly liar hair was very thin because Marjory combed and pulled it so much Her cheeks had lost their pret ty pink for she was forced to take many many baths Sho did not caro for any of these things If only her little mistress would love her She had not mado herself If she had she would have golden hair blue eyes and wear a red silk dress and slippers Just then she was dreadfully fright ened for a thin yellow dog caugbl her up by the neck shook her and finding that she was not good to qat threw her down again Sho fell flat and although there was something hard and round that hurt her back her eyes shut and she went fast asleep The next thing she knew something flue and soft like a feather brush swept over her face and she heard a clear little voice say cheepcheep Oh Mr Squirrel she cried wont you please pick me up so I can open my eyes The squirrel put his little sharp teeth In her dress and propped her up against tho bush She opened liar eyes wide It was morning The wind was blowing and the park was full of dancing sunbeams Well well my dear said tho squirrel Im glad I did that for you Heros a fine big nut right under your back Susy was going to thank him for helping bar but ho picked up the nut frisked his tall and ran up a tree before she could say a word She looked across the park She knew the house she lived la was over n 1 q fthere somewhere Just then The 4no of the big house opposite opened Akyoung man carrying a little white flg tire ran down the steps m1stresstI P and they were coming straight to the park If she could only call wave her hand or do something to make then see her But she could only sit still and watch them as they looked under the benches and trees She heard her jj little mistress U1Oh Uncle Jack I wanshs my Shuby 4 Never mind sweetheart well find her all right You must never go off Xl and leave her again this way I guess 1i i that French doll madt you forget her 1 Hates Fwench dolls sobbed her i little mistress 1 Just then the wind did Susy a good turn It flapped her white dress andiieeven waved her little legs in the r Theres my Shushy Uncle Jack a Oh Sbushy Shushy Susy felt moist kisses all over her 7 face while soft warm little arms 1 hugged her tightly I Uncle Jack you kiss Shusby 1 tCrellrHow ilWithstand i beforei i A certain magician held up his audience an egg and a cannOn ball 5 and after expatiating on the strength sbt WheretoPlace the Egg t of a perfect arch and still more of a perfect dome remarked that few pen pie know how strong an egg Is In proof of that ho said he purposed placing the egg without covering ot vR 1onesconced In a corner of the room was safe from all the attacks of Iti1 ball for the sides of the wall gave absolute protection r THE PAINTERS SKILL i The Secret cf It Lay In Fact That He i Was Always Learning i Half a dozen houses in one neigh borhood are being freshly painted this spring and all by the same painter a 7 quite young man whose thoroughnessland skillfulness has proverb In the town We cant afford not to have him do the work one householder had said Ho is absolutely careful in every de I tail and he knows his trade perfectly all the little niceties of it One morning a boy was watching the painter at work and envying him what seemed such an easyjobjust brushing on some paint he told himself He thought did that boy of a certain slow poky task of bin own and Impatiently wished be could do some simple work like the painters I How long does it take to learn that t trade he inquired complacently Well said tho busy young painter as he drew his brush along a particularly difficult place they say one cariilearn It in three years but Ive been j at It seven years now and I doat know what I ought to know about It yet Theres still lots to learn + The painters own ideal of work WBSIalways just beyond his own ment says Rams Horn In that lay if tho secret of his thoroughness his skill his success It is such interest and ambition in ones work that makes patience easy to keep 4 The man who knows It all la thnv years is not thelnau for whom r the owners of half a dozen houses will wait their turn to have him paint them I Fortunes In Stamp CollectionsIOne hundred thousand of postage stamps belonging to Boston 1 collectors were exhibited at the convention j of the American Philatelic asIisociation last month Tho re ace boy collector who has a hundred dollars t i worth at the catalogue prices thinks he Is rich i Fathers Weak Point 11 First Little GirlMy papa says your papa bates work Second Llttlo Glrloh no he doesnt Ho likes work but ho hates to do it Chicago Dally News I The Aristocrat TeacherCan you tell me what aa aristocrat Is Johnny Johnn Yes maam An aristocrat Is a poor person who boasts of his rich relations Buncoed Little Jimmie had his doubt about the market value of the now baby Pop ho said you got stuck The kid aint got no hair and ho hasnt a tooth in Ms hoadN Y Times i flpvo o o otioeo o orlo otlo ovo otlo otlo o o11ot1o o i East Kentucky Correspondence ii News You Get Nowhere Else 0 nameoBo eorrtf jxmienc pubUihed nnlew ilcoea In tan by the writer The le not for public tion tat ae u evidence of Write ovoisoOOOOOBOOO o UUWUUU f 4 SIIJAKINO TOUR President and Mrs Frost are just completing their very successful and interesting mountain tript Tho fol lowing are their last engagements Hector P 0 Friday OeL 26th P M and nleht Mancliestor Saturday Oct 27 P M and night Burning Springs Sunday Oct 28 Preaching day anti night McWhorter Monday Oct 29lli P M and nlcht 3EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS should be mailed RO as to roach The Citizen not later than Monday of inch week Hf It comes later It is likely not to be printed until the next week when It Is not so fresh and Interest log Get your letters In early If you see no news from your town In the paper write to The Citizen and perhaps the editor will find some wrv of getting news regularly tram thffre perhaps he will make It wor h while for you to send news every week or two OWSLEY COUNTY LEROSE Oct HWe are having beautiful weather but there Is still much slckI ness Many are having the Our school is progressing very nicely under the instruction of Steven Campbell J C Rose Is now teaching on Indian Creek He taught here form erlyCarlo Stepp and family are nil moving to PulaskI county where they expect to make their home Larkln Gibson is visiting relatives In Pulaskl county from there he will go to Flathead Montana We are all very sorry t to see him go Tohn Seale of Boone vlllo died recently leaving n wife and 1several children to mourn his loss and his brother visited W f Gibson before leaving for Montana where they go to establish a horncW C Gibson and sister en tertained a number of friends Tuesday October 2nd All reported a splendid Gibsonas a fist ROCKCASTLE COUNTY GOOCHIAND Oct 15Rev Wm Collins and Andy Balllngor filled their rwnilar feppolru ments at Pleasant Hill and a large crowd was present Klule Anglln and Elsie Phillips attended church at Cave Springs Sunday Zear McGuIre paid Wm Young a vlsU Sunday Dill and Elmer Anglln were In Gcoch land on business Sundiy James Sex ton and wife were the guests of J W Phillips family last Sunday A protracted meeting boding at Syoamon Wednesday conducted bv J B Baker and Rev JonesJ A Curglln attend ed church at Pleasant HIP Mrs presentJ side of his brother who is very sick with typhoid 1eeIJ L Jones had a barnraising a quilting and an oldfashioned dance Hurrah for The Citizen says this enthusiastic cor respondent ROOYE Oct 22Rev J F Phelps lee been conducting a nrntrnotml meeting at Fairview the past week which closed Sunday night with five additions Lizzie and Cynthia Lewis Susie Say lor Aggie Bowlen and Nettle Single tonSusle Saylor and Bright Chia teen Jr were mnrrlwl Saturday Oct E 20th Rev J F Phelps officiating l Mr and Mrs Chasteen have the best frlendsMrt Missifrom Illinois Monday Henry Hara t blln of Richmond Is visiting his par ents this week Mrs J R Richmond of Rockford visited 1 W LimbsrtI t Sunday Mr and Mrs M M Sims at tended the burial or yes Amy Owens at Scaffold Cane Monday Laura Weaver of Wallaceton visited her mother Mary Wren Saturday CLIMAX Oct 22We are having some find weather now andnvPrvbody seems to enjoy ILThe frost put an end to pullingAmongat New Hope from here Sunday wore Mr and Mrs Scott and Mr and Mrs i James P xton There is a protracted roeellug going on at New tope Ban pastorIA Cornelius from Laurel county Lucy Young and Zenr McGuIre were married Oct 18th nt the home of the f bride Rev W J Olnsteen officiated A fine hay was born to Mrs Robert Shearer Sliormnn Chasteen is planning for an exhibition at the close of his school here The children seem very much Interested W J Chasteen Sr went to Orlando last week on business There was a mad dog killed near her n few days ago 1 It had done no damage beforehand hastI Chasteen visited relatives on Rosehasfrom The Citizen Robinson Crusoe f selfhisUmoIs worth the price of The Citizen 1BARGAINSi i Meal OOe per bushel i Granulated Sugar 5o per lb FlourdOe to 55o per sack Best Bacon Ho per lb Salt40oper 100 lbs 15eporlbAll sible prices 1 M D SETTLE HillKyiI e o ESTILL COUNTY 1VAORitSVI LiE Oct 22Mr and Mrs A B Kelloy erterUilned quite u number of friends Sunday Grace Wagers was the guest of Bottle Alexander on Millers Creek Saturday night and Sunday Torn WI son and Stanley Cox wore married at the hume of the brides father Wm Or on the 18 We wish them much happiness thru life Nannie T Wil son and sister Mary went to Irvine Saturday Herbert Henderson has accepted a position In Wagers store and will go to work In a few days Mr and Mrs Joe Warford wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Kstlll Warford Sunday Hume Wagers was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Sunday Ethel and Bertha Daniels visited Mr and Mrs J R Wagers last week Leo Roy Hardy is on the sick list this week Some of the young people here went out for a chestnut hunt on last Sunday Our Sunday school Is getting along nicely and we hope to continue so JACKSON COUNTY SARI GAP Oct 23The Non missionary Baptist association that was held at this place last week was a success Tho infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Garfield Powell died last Saturday night The bereaved parents and relatives have our sympathy Matilda Durham is very seriously illMurry Durham has returned to his home in Louisville Benjamin Gabbard has returned from Bristol TennHarry Gabbard is homo from Illinois Anna Powell visited Matilda Durham SundayAP Gabbard has laid in a nice stock of goods Sand Gap church house is almost Completed Charles Kerby was a guest at J R Durhams SundaynUUllOOI Oct 22Mv and Mrs Dlgo Wilson were prevented from moving this week by their little girls taking sud denly sick It Is thought she has fever Mina Alcorn Is staying with her sister at present She will help In the store of A H Williams R Co Affie Webb is visiting her slater Ev- aJ E Parsons went to Alcorn last Saturday on business There was a box supper at the Snarks schoolhouso Saturday night Those present report a nice tpneDan Click was here lost Saturday on business staying over night with O M Parsons D Par sons left for Berea Sunday C C Cox left for lleroa Sunday to assume his work at the brick yard where ho has been employed Wiley Blanton and Wilgus Marcuin of Alcorn were here SundayThere Is to be a bor upper here Saturday night so boys pocketbooksSeveral Attended church at Sand Springs Sun day MADiSOn COUNTY 1I1H RILL Oct 20Mrs Nannie Brockman typhoidfeverGreen Johnston is also very low with the typhoidfever Ettie Aibill of Kingston is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs M D Setle of this placeMr and Mrs Bill Pigg and family have gone to Hamilton OhioMr and Mrs Lee Hypshero and son John and also Oma Hart of visitingMrrelatives for a few days returned home to day Minnie Azbillof Berea visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs M D Settle Saturday and Sunday Flora Green and Minerva McKeehan spent Wednesday of last weekwith Mrs Kiah McKeehan George Poff has purchased farm from Levi Lamb and also a sawmill and a gristmill Ho expects to move after the November election Levi Lamb has purchased a farm known as the Marron Hill farm near Bearwallow where ho expects to move We are sorry to give up such good neighbors Mr and Mrs Ebb Brockman of Wallace ton and Mrs Ann Hudson of Droyfus were at Ed gar Brockmans Sunday Charlie Hirt expected to move to the old Roberson stand soonMr and Mrs Ed Alexander aud family have re turned from Illinois where they have been for several years They expect to make this their home Rev James Hutchison preached at the home of Jim Bingham Thursday night of last week Mattie Lamb spent Thursday night with Flora GreenMrs Julia C Green visited Mrs Liz Louis Monday Farms for Sale Fiftyaero Parma in Mississippi goodlandPrice 1500 to 2000 according to improvements Five years time no I interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer good references For particulars address Southern Commercial Co Natchez Miss HOUSES TO RENT Berea College has a few desirable houses to rent in Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any week day 845 to 12 a m or 8 to 4 p m t LESLIE COUNTY HYItBX Oct 19 Circuit Court convened here tho first of this month with the lion T 0 Lewis of this place pre siding as judge and the Hon Ira Fields of Whltcsburj as Commonwealth Attorney This term of court was to hold four weeks but Judge Lewis and Mr Fields are not men to delay work so the docket Is already clear and Mr Fields loft for his home last Saturday We regret very munch that President and Mrs Frost could not be with us during court Several people were fined during tho court for JudgeLewisstop thrum this country The people hero are pleased with Mr Fields as their Commonwealth Attornov Mr Fields has children In Berea In school and they will have many fine chanc es for education and improvement there Hydcn Is very well supplied with young lawyers Superintendent Valentine Is gettlnr on well with the schools of this county W M Free man was given two years In the peni detalnlngHon erts showed their In the case of the Commonweal Kentucky vS Ellhu Kllbron chhrg d with detaining a young girl Kllbron was acquitted Rev Louis Lyttlo preached at this place last Saturday and Sunday Mr Lyttlo will sopn move here and we are glad to have ImprovingbutIlwA big real estate company will soon be organized at this place Tho object of this company will be to sell coal and Umber lands In this count and buy bluegrass farms fn central Kentucky OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Oct 22 We have had a week of real beautiful Indian Summer wea ther and the leaves have put on their tints of many colors within the last few daysArch Brandenburg paid Hamilton a flying visit last Sunday Arch is working as bricklayerr at Cynthiana ySec H V Chase of the Y M C A organized Sunday club for men last week There was un address by H N Clark of Columbus 0 after which there was a lunchand social hour The initial meeting of tho organization was largely attended and arousedmuch enthusiasm Peter G Thompson of College Hill president of the 0 C Paper Co has returned from an ox tensive tour thru Europe for the lion efit of his health George Roberts visited home folks who live out on a farm Saturday Mr Roberts is still insurance agent for the Massa chusetts Mutual and Prudential com paniesMr Arthur Jennings a wealthy silk manufacturer and philanthropist of London England who is now making his first tourof the United States spoke at the Bap tist Church Sunday at both services In the morning on A Present Sol vation and in the evening on What Shall I do with JesusfCapt Her bit E Twitchell entertained the members of theMilitary club of Cin cinnati Saturday night The dele gation was accompanied by the First Regiment band The Soldiers Sai lors and Pioneers monument was inspected and then a dinner at the St Charles Hotel was enjoyed Af Inr dinner addresses were made by Col Paul Willikin of Cincinnati for mer Gov James E Campbelland Major F Thomas The grand jury for the October term of the Common Pleas court filed its report with Judge Belden It was in session for six days examined 225 witnesses investigated 42 complaints aud re turned 22 indictments 2 of which were suppressed The case of Mal com Holiday of the U S Revenue Service for killing two moonshiners during a raid made some time ago was in session at Covington Ky last week The final decision of the caso bos not been learned yet but the supposition was that ho would come clear Mr Holliday is a former Berea College student and has done a great deal of good in destroying moonshine stills in Eastern Kentucky since ho entered the revenue service BE CAREFUL Said Johnnies Mother But the Day Fatally Shot Her Now York Oct 24John Joseph Bncco 7 years old son of Mr and Mrs Oiovanna Sacco of Chatham N J shot and almost Instantly killed his mother The child was playing with a Cohort rifle while his mother was clearing the supper table Bolter bo careful Johnny said his mother Just then the gun was discharged tho bul let severing Mrs Saccos Jugular vein She died In two minutes- Revolutionists Executed Phoenix Ariz Oct 24A citizen of Tucson whose name Is withheld hat returned Cro Nogales whero ho ssla he was authoritatively Informed that Salcldlo and all tho other revolution ists recently deported from Arizona were taken to Hermosillo and summar- Ily executed notwithstanding official statements to tho contrary Two Trainmen Fatally Hurt Danville Ill Oct 24Big Four paa snger train No 88 sideswiped a freight train at Bockwlth three miles cast of Danville fatally Injuring Engineer S C Brlgea and Fireman Edward Roberts of Indianapolis and slightly In juring Conductor Wm Haymaker ol Indianapolis All the injured wore 01 the passwuMr truJu 1 Students Jonrnal Containing Breezy Notes of Corn and Put TriAls And Triumphs of Berea Students C I Mako a numerical computation 01 time benedictions In which yiu hw undivided shares might be a scholar ly paraphrase of the key words of n wellknown song The Herea sludeni lies to keep on counting as now nd vanatgra and opportunities show themselves from week to week Chlo forming pigs Is ono of the opportunitl- which some of our students feel mlghl bo used as a valuable disciplinary ex erclM So have however ono 01 two Improvements to suggest If In deed this exordia Is necessary to the moral Improvement of certain students let It be done Uioroly under the direction and with the cooperation ol Jhe discipline committee of tho Faculty and begin and end with a prayer meeting If however It la an annual busing event let us not be afraid to call It by tho right name and let ua either have It understood that hazing Is permitted lure and let time condi tions limits and names of those re goaded as proper subjects bo upecl tied by proper authority or let tuic Ing be excluded hero in all cases- Let everything bo done decently and InorderDrinking at the fountain of knowl edge Is one of the opportunities for which we have long been thankful In Beroa To bathe In the fountain of knowlodge Is a further privilege which Is not only freely given us hero but shall we av sometimes forced uilOVU8 as unwilling Biiujpcs aliho one new arrival taM week possibly un conscious of the grim reality of tiic fact wrote to his friend exulting In this opportunity for n Inth Sawing wood In the groves of Acad emns might be added to the list of classics exercises In which wo are permitted to Indulge To conduct a firedrill Just with out tho palace of time handmaids of Minerva Is one of the newest prerog atives which the newly organized HOSt Company of tho Colleclate boys carried Into practice Tuesday nleht at 930 Another heroic symptom was the throwing down of the gauntlet by the College boys to the Academy for a game of football to be played on Thanksgiving 03- DASKETnLT has begun to engage the Interest 7 f the College athletes 1Vednesdv af ternoon the first games wore played Roy Butman Is cunUtln and it Is thought that there Is good materiel for a fine team The boys hope for permltelon to have some jciniM wlh other school- sWANTIiDA girt bkwk h tired IIhddnOwing to the fact that the ab ve dvertiMnMint failed to get In lust weeks totue the following retllJrt was 1lgHoutSr It tests Mr S r applied to his dean for aMlsinnce lint as he could give him no aid lit excused him fortnightlyThe Citizen states that ony one appearing at the Pig ItoMt without rom puny must report a full lire Girls youd hatter begin pulling wlr s The football team was pretty bad ly smashed at Danville Mat Saturday An easier way would be to go to a bargain counter In July or August Verne Schumaker w VII pumnkln Pip tastes like talcum powder How became he so wise Bees In Latin class Of all Hid words ot tonguo or nee the saddest ire these Ive flunked agiln THRBE RULES OF HAPPINESS In Report Division Tuesday morn Ing Miss Robliwon gave the girls a most Interesting as well as instruct lye talk She spoke of the life of Mrs Alice Freemen Palmer giving her three rules of hnmlns They are Learn something bnutlftil See something pretty and do somebody some good every day and never skip a day rhea atI Pigs Pi Epsilon Pi met in regular seas ion Oct 19 1000 in the West Par lor of Ladies hail with the president Miss T2ylor in the chair Mythology was tho subject of tho evening and after a number of ad mirahlo papers on tho major gods find goddesses had been given tho society paper The Eagle was read by the editor Miss Pickering The critique by Miss Hazel Douglas closed the literary program The regular business meeting followed at which a largo number of now members took the oath of mom bership After tho transaction of other important business including the acceptance of the Invitation to the Pig Boast the society adjourned un til Nov 2 Lllomrjr Society New Should be in tho Editors hands by Monday morning of each week Iud other student news by Tuesday noon at tho latest in order to got into the next Citizen Boom your society if its worth booming Tell what your class is doing if it is doing any thing interesting Tho Students Journal is yours mako it worth reading KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The Wit had Barber Shop Phone 6t GOo a suit is all it will cost you Drink Wninscotts Pop Dressmaking by Mrs Austin No 7 Mt Vernon street C I Always Remember the Full Name i Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo c8 Yf oft Box as A n YO YO YO Y o eOMO o oY o N0 Y0 Y0 Y0 Y0 Yo Y0 Y0 Y01t0 otot etc oeaI See the Southwest i Io o- o 0 It is sometimes well to leave w6ll enough alone but dont It 2 gauge your results by your neighbors The fact that you aro c doing us well as tho other follow doesnt spell anything You co may have it in you to do ton times as wall Why depend on his i- II o busiucsscompiiHa if your own jxmitfl Southwest o Take time to investigate tho proposition You will find tint i investigation and investment investment of time and energy o 4as well as money aro closely allied ternm in that great country o- O It Ox Illustrated Literature on Request i- o It 0 Very Low Round Trip Rates to Southwestern points tho First and otrI c Third Tuesdays in each month Write for full particulars Jt 0 o To It o Rock Island It x System071- 0S1O101101e0AOit0 o Jo ttt o Hs LEE H I MCGUIRE or IiOED Pass Alt Diet Pus Alt aa Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0- il0A0A0 t l0itOle0710A0 0I10710A0A0A0I10i0710i 1 DRAGGINGdow palna are a symptom or the most serious trouble which can attack a woman vie falling of the wtmb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness tability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite weakenIbeauty The cure I j I IYINE CARDUI I l Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which organsCardutulates the muscles to pull tho womb up into place It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence tellln us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain staiN envelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept Tha Chattanooga Medicine Co Cnitu noogt lean o PUBLIC SALE or Vntunble KlrUitlln Properly Having decided to change our loca thin we will soil to the highest bidder onIa certain tract of land Ivtni In Kirks vlllo Madison county Ky This tract of land contains about ten acres of Rood rich fertile land and will be divided and offered in three different lots and then as n whelp and the bid bringing the most money will bo accepted Lot No 1 has n nice new frame house with six rooms two halls nil nicely furnished and of the bent mat erial and all necessary outbuildings with a good sized lot lot No 2 con tame about seven acres with n never tailing spring of water It Is well fenced with n now tcnnnt house on It lot No 3 contains about two ncrr s with a never falling well of water nfco shady yard and n large rich gar lien and a nice threeroom citings newly papered with a good metal roof barn with eleht stalls two cribs Terms Half cash quarter July tat 1907 quarter January let 190S with C per cent from diy of silo until paid with lion on property as sold to secure time last two payments with InterestThis property Is nil desirable and In a good quiet neighborhood whew there Is no whlskv of any kind sold Is a local option own and for peace quietness sobriety and Christianity cannot bn excelled There Is a grad opening for a live min to build and work up a graded school In Klrks vlllo and for miles nmitnil It are a InUmgood business one drug stor two large general merchandise stores one harness shop two good blacksmith shops two undertakers two good rt c tors four churches Baptist Method Itisa high dry healthy ridge Salo to begin nt 10 u m For any further Information write or call on W P Prowltt at Klrksvlllo CHAS D RHKPARD WISEMANy Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or moro canI get some at R H Chrismans Fur I nituro store J I SUFFERED AWfUL PAW la my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Dake of Webster OrovtiMo and my menses were try ranllll end Irregular Since Uking Cnlul I fret like a new woman and do not surfer as I did i YOU THINK 1 we arc advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at 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 you couldnt buy for less than 150 alone and THE CITIZEN one year for only 150Address The Citizen Berea Ky t T Lost a Bill Book A bill book containing several bills was lost yesterday Tho finder may be rewarded by leaving time same at tho Citizen office