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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f VAtlltplagf nA eear7 tri 4t- tt a8oCprosldents 0010000- S BEREA PUBLISHING CO- p E ALBERT COOK PhD Manager g a O Enlertdattht loiofflctatlITe sty ae rceond +aalfer 0 Qclap00000000000000 IVOL VIII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY 8 1000 One Dollar a YearNO 21 J i IDEAS Now la tho tlmo to bo most oarcful about forest tires A tow minutes neg r I Irct In putting out a fire now when luavei nre dry may mean loss of hundreds of dollars worth of fine timber SOME SAYINGS OF SAM OJNBS Anything that makes my ncl h bors wifes heart bleed 1 am goolng to right God Bhoows what He thinks of rich en by the kind of people ho gives then to Whiskey In a good thing In Its piece but Its place Is In hull Utxithbed repentance la time rcttreat of a coward and an Insult to God I luto theology and botany Hoove religion and bowers The only title I went Is D Dtr- It moons Devil Driver FROM THE WIDE WORLD A parliament It to be formed to help govern IVrota Its lnn hers will bo elected by the votes tif nit male 1or filnnu between the ages of thirty and seventy years who ore able to road and write era not In the service of the tate and have not been convicted of crime Portia ban thrown aldo some of her Orientalism The Prime Minister of England CampbellHannotmnn and till asajcl ales are ourmldorlng n sohemo of gov ernment ownership of railroads in Ireland The Irish roads the govern ment Is Inclined to think should be taken over by the nitl n In order to advance the welfare of Ireland and M peclally In order to furnish facllltlca rrtiulrvd for the highest development of her agricultural Imonmts Ireland hotter railroad facilities than eIneedn enterprise In Ilktfly to glvo her afford to give her The French cabinet on the 30ih ap a measure providing for the 4ftbolttlon of capital punishment The dispatches state that Ihli means that at the coming aeslon of Parliament a law will be enacted to that effect Tho TransAluks 3 Ijwlan IlUlwny Company was Incorporated In Xw Jersey on the 24th with nn author pulwseIsthereby with Kuropo and Africa by an allrail route tunnelling under the Dohrlnft straits IN OUR OWN COUNTRY ProeUlent IlooBOvelt will start fo IiitucompalliodHlionts and Joseph Bishop Secretar of tho Panama Canal Commission have already gone to the Isthmus pneldentsTho Atlanta riots caused hundreds of ncgrowi to leave the city And yet strange to say the outbreak against the colored people had no of feot In keeping students war from Atlanta University On the contrary within two weeks of the riot student were coming from all tarts of Gor gla and nulRhborluR states In un precedented numbers The nclionl authorities wore finally compolleif t write to others not to come They regard It as an Indication of a de termination on the trot of the young colored people to got an education alldlrriculllrlironTuesdays republioamihavediana Nebraska Pennsylvania West 1VyomingHURhosrel1ubllcanmajority Is claimed SouthIndudlnlMlsieslpBl TonncMce and In the nortl tll8haveOklahoma Any CItizen readers who have poll IlfuInsurancelots for the new directors nominated POllCYhOhICrsjCommittee units their country also KENTUCKYtcongressmen from this state Is sure and two other districts arc not yet thfollowing DemSecond Jnn1lsnDomFifthDem RhinoekDom KimballDemn lIelmOemUonncttJtllopkinsfern EllwardsnePTho democratic primary returns aro andBeckhamMcCrearygovernor In Madison county Holm Lad only butMcCrearyDockham Later returns than time nbovo Indi probablyelectDistrict nod that Decklnni will have ItIsnndOu1l0nInstruction J A OtAItANTEKI June FOIL FILES PAZOOWTAIENT 1 C rLbtiy 4da ae ILurta REM rf o THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY NOVEMBER KEEP ON TALKING About how good things have gotten to be and how much better they ought to be Talk is cheap they say Yes cheap talk is cheap a great deal of talk is worse than nothing but wise talk about important things will do very much to make things better Talk to your neighbors and friends about making the schools better and the roads better Talk to them about getting better men in office Talk about the ways to drive fever and consumption- out of your communityand the way to make the fields more fertile and the harvests bigger Talk about having the government establish postal savings banks so that every man woman and may be saving money and be sure that the bank wont break and the savings be lost Talk about the govern ment running a parcel post service such a service as is found all over Europe so that packages may be sent from place to place much cheaper than the express companies will now carry them Talkabout making everybody better helping everybody to love God and fell wmen so that we have a little more heaven on earth Talk about reading the best paper and the best books Keep on talking when there is time for talk but dont talk when you ought to be working Vhen you c111 get all the citizens in your neighbor hood to talking about how things can be made better then your politicians will go to work to make them better they will never lead you but you can make them follow you 4 StudentsJournal IContfIng Breezy Noits of Com and Trials and of kreA Students I I Halloween haa come and none und alilio the witches are still active they are nut riding brooms Irks but horses end have given over filing fortunes for the more Interesting occupation of arranging them Miss Todd and Mian ofrthe collegiate department who did not colorsynwHlay night Many others were then dlfgulsml as onllnarv ladles Hubble bubble toll and trouble Wre burn and caldron bubble Tie turcvM of the JoHriml Is In litrlns Home of Its maulers to Jmirn alhttlc efforts Wo weicume the Hsglo aa u young flOQtsxuitflmry and repclnt soft of Its flights Mr Whtttemora HoRUe was one of the fortumUo onee to extract tho ring from this dish of flour This foretells his early inmrrVin IAll were very iwxtotw to See what rank In life their tytture Partners would attain too It eeenied that Jno Welch must set a widow 1rancla Clark n aiennRninlior Jewo Huff a school toecher MlM Pavllle and Miss Drown lawyers Miss U nleh and Miss ChrlHnwii txupentern- IOxtrects from time Ingle published Coaa group Dont wo hive Rood bread these dsysf LIUlo Very Sure It couldnt be otherwise wove gut such a Rood miller 1OKM ONLY A DUBAM Listen my children nnd you shall hoar Of the horseback ride of Lisle dear How site galloped and taco tram top to toe All arrayed In her blue klmono The horse she had her name was Maud I Imagine the test how she kicked and pawod When Lltlo hor skill as nrldur to show Stood up on Mauds back and said Now gel Were ore to the Mountain Housekeep out of the way Were going to get there sometime today On on they speed oer lull and dale Hut listen Whats that A low mourn fill wall Old Maud and her rider horseshoes nnd nil From the path to tho Mountain House received a great fall Doss Is nwakuncd by n thud on tho floor and reaching for LIzzieTo be continued All of us are glad to see tho presi hopotoAn examiner asked the question of n school of youngsters Can you take oft your warm ovoroaatu Yes air camo the response Can the boar take Ids warm overcoat orn No sir And why nol again from tho questioner There was silence for a 111Plenllowhore tho buttons are My dear said time caller with a winning smile to tho little girl who occupied tho study while her father hIsdlntJlrborOSYC8 lypicric be seated So1rAnllelement of Its to tho more sub stantial subject of ilgg Is not too violent we will next notice that tho firmly longer confine It to subhuman species as the following contribution demon strates lI00101nlug girls in tho Colleen department was seized with the brilliant Idea of act ItaimoweenSocialcordingly he baUxik himself to one ndvlceShe inform ing it for In tho midst of tho gay sties It somehow got loose and cre ated some excitement Moral Never try to appear other than yoursel- fIt E Hoffman desires to correct time statement made In last weeks Js sue of The Citizen that he Is the au thor of the poem entitled Uotnan Naturally since he himself was among the clouds nt the Pig hoist ho also hen a strong disinclination to the acquaintance of a bare knob like that of Sunshine Hawks GAUD OP TIIANKS Many thanks to the Jolly Troubadour from the Handmaids of Min erva LINKS TO M E W Dy J a There was once a maid who taught Greek And wear deep things as unique Hut her favorite post Alasl that we know It Wits a person who wrote Limerick imiTOKH COLUMN COM INCl Title weeks paper Rives the last of Prrf Lewiss Practical Arithmetic articles Next week wo shall begin somo articles by Prof DInsmore tell ing about School Exhibitions Expo sitions and methods Dr Cowleys Health Talks will begin again next week Roth of those series of articles will be of great value to Citizen readers If they will make use of thorn TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The Citizen goes so far away that It does not roach some of Its readers until Monday or Tuesday Many o thorn wish to use tho Sunday school lesson column In preparing for their Sunday school and when they do not got their taper until Monday or Tuesday It Is too late This week we publish the Sunday school lesson for ten weeks next Sunday and the fol lowing one eo that ovary one may have tho notes on tho lesson for November 18th before that day comes Hervaftor the lesson for the second Sunday ahead ton days after tile date of the paper will be published Instead of that for the next Sunday SCHOOL TEACHERS AND PUPILS should cut out The Presidents In Rhyme which Is found at tho begin ning of page two and save it to learn or have their pupils learn It would bo a good exhibition recitation TII1 nL1uliiicts 1tRTP A republican rally was held In College Chapel on Monday night Th College band furnished the music Prof Dodge In a happy manner In troduced the speakers Tho first of the speakers lion L W Hethurum of Mt Vernon candidate for congress from this district mid the most Im portant question now Is tho support policylieand contrasted the prosperity under republican administrations with tho conditions under the democratic sway and also declared that the only con trol which tho trusts aro receiving Is Tholionthe second speaker and ho spoke very pleasantly of his acquaintance with Herea and Herea people and of his Interest In College students and their work He drew lessons Iron history and said that the oldtime democracy SUllllortlnghis issuesinvolved onlyIturned aside to speak of the high char countryhasport of whoever may bo ou tho chair Ho said that the republican party wns stoodtorparty In Louisville does not allow fairplay oven to demomts His address wus filled with suggestions which were helpful nnd wise no matter mighthOlla marked degree J W Stephens now coal bin is and Alliedwith all grades of coal Prices reasonable hoalthyTonic Chief Contents of This Number IAOK ONK Idea From Urn Wide World In Our Own Country- ComiiioiiHcnltli t Kiiitnrkjr Kdltorlnl Keep ou Tlilklnc HtmUMU ilimriin- ltttllur Column Lnteit Jllllrkel Hiport t IAOK TWO The PrrnlnViitu In Itlijrmn 8erlntT1ie OrntleniMoi TiutKi HITCH ft ml Vicinity Collrgn Itoiiii A Orrnt Work In Danger 1AOH IOUIt Conimpiit Inlcriintlonnl Trace rglnlnllvn Sure to CoMfl lljr Dr W 11 TJionm Item Condition of linllntril 1n1I1 MnJ- II I Halley Dont Olvn tp AtlrirtlmIly lllllot Flint Tim Hunilny School Lemon lute Children Dppnrtniitnt Th Fountain In n llottle- 1AtlK FIV1J Horticulture Sunday School Loll tor Nov 11 1000- rARi SIX- Th Home AVImt n Girl Ought to Know The SrIi MlIxiwU Imcllm ArllliracMa Hie rnrin Onlry and Stock HlRlith Kentucky Illitory Klrctlon New IAOK SKVliN NlwlI from Everywhere Triiipcrnnco stole iri iiniiT- rji lfJrll Kentucky Corretpondence llurnrne NprliiBn School r MviiKirr iuroitTs Cinoluniitl Nov 6- Cuttlolxtrn516 to 6 25 GulvoH Mvtrn 0 75 to 7 00 Hogs Cliolcu 0 HO to036 gIlUn4 B5 to 4 00Joiourslrlnrpnt 75 to 70 CornNo2 mixed to 48 Onto No 2 mixed to 35 ft Itoo No 2 cholco 67 to OS liny Ch timothy to 18 25 IJuttnr Dairy to 10 34 Apple Now bill 250 to 800 Potivtoes New 200 to 2 25 Tobiiuco Now 010 to 23 76 OHIOAOO JJlfl1ftP0rkJjird Stoiim to 9 30 NEW YO- RKFloutWinpltont 51 70 to 4 00 31CorryNoIOutNo2 mlxml to Q- 1ork Jrlmo moss18 00 to 18 7o trilSlentn 0 TO to 0 70 BALTIMORE Whcnt No 2 rod to 78 34 34OatsNoLOUISVILLE VliPfttNo 2 red to 7- 6CornNo2 mixed to 19 y4fLard Steam to 000 INDIANAPOLIS Cattle Prlmo 515 to 585- Hojrti Choice 020 to 640 ShiKtw Extra 4 CO to 4 05 Do you get your Citi zen every week P If not you will do a kind ness to yourself and thepaper by writing to The Citizen Berea Ky and saying what num bers you have not re ceived Sometimes the orehelp that But we are careful to send it to ev ery subscriber whose address we have every getitand find out why KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes donned and pressed by J C BURNAM The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 50c a suit is all it will cost you Drink Wainscotts Pop Dressmaking by Mrs Austin Ne 7 Mt Vernon street BARGAINSM- eal OOo per bushol Granulated Sugar Go per l- bFlour4Oo to 55o per sack Best Bacon Ho per lb Salt40oper 100 lbs Good Coffee 12Jc and 15o per lb All other goods at the lowest possible prices eM D SETTLE Dig Hill Ky L c 1o- UoUoSolloUO a L t 1 i OSOUovoUo oilogv 1 1 g Now is the time to start toet t 0 4 o Imake the next election better oUoSoSos o oroSoeoUoSoioSor j 1 r Tire Secret of Success 1 T- t 0 1 Tho secret of success is net BO much in K1vOWING t HOW to make money as in the ability to HASfS Ith TO IT after you have it Financial success is in piYt I fl a matter of sticking to your saving plan making your I character stronger than any temptation to spendti u It is our business to help you save your money t 1 I We guarantee you A at11 Perfect safety jt 4 per cent compound interest N t I Your money whenever you need St 4r1 1 One dollar will open your accounttCome in and lot us start you on the road tosuccessr3t I I cm k I Iliii Berea Banking Co Assets over 14000000 fI Capital 2500000 J 1J IJ MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier X h fJ I Select Sensible SilverwareI FOR YOUR Holiday or Anniversary Gifts A set of triple plated knives and forks makes a sensible present and if they bear this trademark r z9+ dare J 1 t It as serviceable as they are sensible A line of spoons forks and fancy pieces are also ntde frthe 1847 Rogers Bros brand They are hand somely put up in cases for presentation purposesr Your dealer ennsnpp1 ypyou yIchafed cad lotbou SNr fUlt lkt Iftan It Is beauUlu W IXTIEUT101UL euLTlt CO eawr t i iMERIDEN 111UTANKIA CO JUtrldn Conn Jt Mutual Life Will Fight Loulavlllo Ky Following the an nouncement In New York that Insur ance Commissioner Henry PrewItt will revoke the license of the New York Mutual Insurance Co to do business In Kentucky unless It reinstates the managers who were discharged on the allegation that they were working against the Interests of the company In refusing to support the administra tion ticket tho company officials state that the courts will be appealed to to prevent Mr Prewltt from carrying his demands into effect Game Warden Appointed Springfield KyT D Wells has boon appointed game warden for Washington county and will begin hla work at once All persons who violate tho game laws have been given warn ing that they will be prosecuted To Vote on Bond locus Versailles Ky The Versailles Commercial club has adopted resolu tions requesting city council to order a vote on Issuing 60000 of bonds for water works and sower system for Versailles One Bullet Hits Two Men Mayking KyWhile making an ef fort to arrest John Lltta oa a minor char go Edwards constable ac cidentally shot LUts at Coeburn Va The same bullet gave Roscoe KUnery a probably fatal wound tTlanery waa a policeman of tho town Third Mountain College llurnril Lexington KySt Johns Episcopal school at Doattyvllle Lee county was destroyed by fire The loss was 3000 with little Insurance The building oscapodThisschools established in the mountains and Is the third religious college in this section to be destroyed by fire trlthla tQo 11M y1ML iPlychologlstsCincinnati Nov 7Tho federal gov ernment is going to employ psycholo gists They are wanted to study the cases of insanity presented In the gov ernment hospital for the Insane In Washington The yearly salary tis 1500 a rThe Castellane Divorce v Paris Nov 7 Sensational develop Imeats are anticipated at the of the Oastcllano divorce suit Con winced that all hopo of areconcfllationrhas gone forever it apparently Is In tendon of counts attorneys make a vigorous attack on countess wltncsoj F The Vanderbilt Cup e Now York Nov 7 Wm 1C Yonder bllt jr was requested to represent the Interest of that organization at the International Automobile conference to be held In Paris next monthwhen it Is expected a formal decision will bo made regarding theVanderbflt cup Sliver Men Win Reno Nev Nbv 7Doli side claim victory As high as 2 to 1 was offered by democrats on Gov Sparks the democraticsilver party nominee who Is undoubtedly elected over Jas F Mitchell rep Florlnda IllarilGullty New York Nov T Mss FloHndi lIarlos who has been on trial In thefSomerset county court at So c N J charged with tho murder ot Alex ander Dlpoalo has beeb found guilty of manslaughter by tho Jury t Mob Attack Ngro Cincinnati Nov 7An Infuriated mop of over 20QO people tramped and almost beat to death a negro n4 jftfth and Vine streets ofty he had Eliot a young white woman In defending him sell from tho attack of a number of white men l tI- I r i etp TtlE PRESIDENTS IN RHYME yearlrCaAo4 JjodUiliyii I Rraitdlc iitaituons UMiUt great tonIl ww dracsrttnmiaV exaser7me Monroea3umei the chair XJlJi Cimoua doctrine to declare X iraomt Adam next U chief T+ asks to the houie file term Is brief ra Ut Is Jackson who declares VR 30 I Nation and wha dares JIJl ftcaJlon bOlita to flcht I1a Daren next and panics blight TVto comes the hereof Tlppecanoe Ir J3 irarrlson and Tyler loo SV itss claboB purr chief and Texas fort f CTICO our b nncr orfdj her etar PsIt tilLea tho hctm The Mexican war r1rfb WI aqystVacl c slore- ri Lea rvuaidnnpur loaf rOt rbi pIn Owae the death nell 1tilmbtrle- fir lext our Quarrel with compromise JPIKI brtnev hope of a btlter darn tOuuaaNcbraBka Is la the war z5+ ctasaan ccsays to elm the strife qrc csstenatm at the Nations life k jcCUm Lincoln guides our bhlp Tynans BOM of blood on Its fearful trip rent C la a martyr when war In done jttfit tto load Is saved and tha victory won- XiSurmi ells out the lingering years ArA Grant the ticro of war appears- Lvac HtfftM br the narrowest margin 3XrI rower national life begins jnnlcta ana Arthur come next In new JiaittJre first U slain ere the year Is- tSrsuKU tfoJldUld 1a fiext then Harrison ther Cleveland again Is the favored one SltatrJcr carries our banner fa- rqor ittctint seas In the Spanish war mt fmlla a victim of murderous hate KI Uooscvelt takes the chair of state er ts the presidential line IZVIR the days of ITS B crt M Skinner THE GRAFTERS pY- FRANCIS LYNDE +aricbt+a4err ys uobouetw Oei cCllAPTER XX CosTOftjitD ftecloolj was tho smiling reJoin Hrs iou wilt note that I said at rtfciS time Later developments sauce especially this charge made open i Jr OMJ public press of juggling with fGjswjgn corporations havo led me to jkMlIevo that as tlio public prosecutor K have duties which transcend all juttier considerations loyalty to a C tag standard of h+ nl jtookttiis turn at interrupting Mr Melgs Were nothing to be CiCiJOil toy Indirection May I ask you tu 0Jn0 to the volnrsUrkfly then pursued W Scaaior Daikirinthe Betmoant at feur Stavos an unproved charge against IIOKTE A charge which I am deter faJKA Co sift to lha bottomyou see 1 xa speaking quite rankly That mango Involves the reputation of nsSS hIgh In authority but I shall be Nrag to do my sworn duty Mr resat t ask you to believe that rimt nodded and waved Mm on You will readily understand the ttiJcacy ot the task and how In the Aivazre of thlncs I am handicapped ttai hedged up on overt side Evl fuseaf a kind to enable me to as juJS a popular IdotIs exceedingly dlf rfiatt to procure It Is Bald Kent grimly rSsactly But In revolving the mat fey to tnyown grind I thought of you TiM zte known at the capitol Jlr tdmsfc e say throughout the Hafr taB UiouncomprpmiBrng antagon iwt ur hc I Tte nsloxl myself this Is It wash fNn that coolJieaacd resolute attor neT liiro Mr David Kent would move wt for and so determinedly In this mauer of antagonism without anbstan tfjfts paving the ground under his OwS wIth evidence as be went along Csnt admitted that it was possible Gi Msfoly improbable j3o I decided was the emile tem fMirea rejoinder In that case It only trPmJn lgr melto rcrrtrnd you of your m blciputyAIr Kcnlyio ask you in 3w ate ot justice and of the people tfthe state to place your Information fs Ua bands of the public prosecutor rscnfa tee tctrayCU nothing more ears his apprcdatlon of the confidence rj swl in hi ni by the man whoso high SMC of oOlclal honor was making him risni traitor to the party leader who- Cud dragged him through a successful fr yinn J heat what evidence I need Mr M sMi8 declared Out if I make nA6grtck of thn nelU1c do I congeal elui iatt thatthrimotlfcoro bono pub Ucn lisa bad Uttlo to do with its ac 3n bUng I want Justice first for qrtat mIght be called a purely private L and I menu to haro it reclscly smiled the attorney C81LHAndliow we are beginning ttranevur way n lUUc clearer It Is TXK ix late rtlrV mprc In the quo tzs arautarproceedingsilf you wllcalt ut tray ort I shell be glad to reopen tile matter with you 4xiU the prlcft 1 said Kent shortly Qi my dear girl must we put It est Iho round tit a quid pro quo i her let us nay that we shall help svh other You are In a position to ui itt me t rl lh i I may be- n a iiooiUoc to txf c your turn Como n wy office iouiorniK morning lira pturM to do your duly as an honest taco ciUsenai it you will find rnc quite s rifejg 4e mcettybtt halfway Kent Tosg and pi ehc a his rtheh Jfc Melgs Hba given you your ruvgnrftralty nod you have seemed to- aura IRe mine he said coolly Will you panon me It I say that I can pad dle my own caoeU I ask you to as sure his Excellency that one more device of his to escape punishment baa been tried and found wanting IV r a flitting moment the castIron smile faded from tho Impassive taco of the attorney general and an unre lenting devil came to peer out of the colorless eyes Then Meljpj rose cat like and laid his hand on the door knob Do I understand that you refuse to move In a matter which should be the first duty ot a goodcltlzen Mr Kent he asked purringly- I certainly do refuse to fall Into nay such clumsy trap as you hue been trying to bait for me Mr Melgs said David Kent dropping back Into his former curtness Tho door opened slowly under the Impulse of the slender womanish hand You have a task of some magnitude before you Mr Kent Yon can scarcely hope to accomplish it alone The door closed sof tljibehlnd toe re trcaUng figure ot the attorney general and Kent released the spring ot tho nightlatch Then ho went to the dropped portiere at the farther end of the room drew It aside and looked In on a man who was writing at a table pushed out between tho windows You heard him LoringT ho asked The exmanager nodded They are hard pressed he said Then looking up quickly You could name your price If you wanted to close out the stock of goods In hand David It was la the afternoon of the same day that Kent found a noto In his key box at tho Clardcndon asking him to tall up 121 Tejon avenue by telephone He did It at once and Penelope an swered The keybox note had been placed at Elinors request and she Miss Penelope could not say what was wanted neither could she say definitely when her sister would be In Elinor bad gone out an hour earlier with Mr Onnsby and Miss Van Brock in Mr Ormsbya motorcar When was he Dalvd Kent coming upT Did he know ltrr were talking of spending tho remainder of the summer at Drcezcland Inn T And where was Mr Loring all this tlmo Kent made fitting answers to all these queries hung up the earpiece and went away moodily reflective lie was duo at a meeting of the exec utive committee of the Civic league but he let the public business wait while ho speculated upon the probable object of Elinors telephoning him Now there Is no field In which the inconsistency of human nature Is so WHY HWE YOU DONE THIS ELUiOn persistent as In that which is bound ed by tho sentimentally narrowed horizon of a man In love With Orms by at the nodus of his point of view David Kent made no secret of his open rivalry of the millionaire declaring his intention boldly and taking no shame therefor Dut when he faced about toward Elinor he found himself growing holly jealous for her good faith careful and fearful lost she should say or do something not strict ly in accordance with the letter and spirit of her obligations as Ormabys fianceeFor this cause he had been postpon Ins the promised visit and thereby postponing tho taking of the final step In tho campaign of intimidation The unexplained telephone call decided him however He would go and see Elinor and have the ordeal over with But as a preliminary he dined that evening with Ormsby at the Camelot club and over the coffee had It out with him- I am gojns out to see Miss Brent wood tonight ho announced ajr ruptly Have you any objection The millionaire gave him the shrewdest ot overlooks ending with a deeprumbling laugh Kent you arc the queerest lot I have over discovered and that Is say Ing a good bit Why In the name of nil the properties should I object Your right Is unchallenged Kent admitted Is ItY Better ask Miss Drentwood about that She might say It isnt- I dont understand said Kent drytongued j Dont you Perhaps Id better ex plain she might find it a little dIm cult You have been laboring under the Impression that we are engaged havent your laboring under thewhy good heavens man Its in everybodys mouth Curious Isnt It how such thing get about commented the player of long suit How do you suppose they get started I dont suppose anything about It so tar as wn two ate concerned I have your ownword for It You said you were tbe man In possession Onnsby laughed again You wo something ot a bluffer yourself David Did yon let my llttls stagger scare you outr David Kent pushed his chair back from tho table and nailed Ormsby with a look that would have made a young er man betray himself Do you mean to tell me that there Is no engagement between you aad Miss Brentwood Just that Ormsby put all the nonchalance ho could muster into the laconic reply but ho was anticipating the sequent demand which came like a shot out of a n- And there never has been1 Ormsby grinned When you are digging a well and have found your stream of water its folly to go deeper David Cant you let good enough alone Kent turned it over In his mind frowning thoughtfully Into his coffee cup When ho spoke It was out ot the midheart of manliness I wish you would toll me one thing Ormsby Am I responsible torfor tho present state ot affairs Ormsby stretched the truth a little partly for Elinors sake more per haps for Kents You have done nothing that an honorable rivaland Incidentally a good friend of mine might not do Therefore you are not responsible That Is putting It very diplomatically Kent mused 18m afraid it does not exonerate mo wholly Yes It docs But It doesnt put me out of tho running you understand Im fornlnst you yet rather more stubbornly than before I fancy ICent nodded That of course I should think less of you If you were not And you shall have as fair a show as you are giving mewhich ls saying a lot Shall we go and smoker CHAPTER XXI A BORItOWED CONSCIENCE The conversation on tho Brcntwood porch was chiefly of Brcczcland inn as a health and pleasure resort until an outbound electric car stopped at the corner below and LoriDg came up to make a quartet of the trio behind the vinecovered trellis Later tho exmanager confessed to a desire for muslclPenelopes music and tho twain went Into tho sitting room and the piano leaving Elinor and Kent to make the best of each other as the spirit moved them It was Elinors chance for free speech with Kent tho opportunity she had craved But now It was come the simplicity of the thing to be said had departed and an embarrassing complexity had taken Its place What is the matter with us this evening he queried We have been sitting hero talking the vaguest trivial ities over since Peneopo and Lorlng sidetracked us I havent been doing anything I am ashamed of have ouT Yes she confessed looking away from himhat IlY I asked a certain good friend of mine to come to seo me when there Is good reason to believe ho didnt want to come What makes you think be didnt vant to come WhyI dont know did he She bad turned upon him swiftly with an outflash of the playful daring which had been one of his major fettering In time past tho ecstatic charm that goes with quick repartee and Instant and sympathetic apprehension- You have never yet asked anything of him that ho wasnt glad enough to give he rejoined keeping up the third person figurative Is that saying very muchor very little T Very little Indeed But It Is only your askings that have been lacking not his good wilt That was said like the David Kent I used to know Are you really quite tho same- I hopo not he protested gravely People used to say that I matured late and year by year as I look back I can see that It wsa true saying I have dono some desperately boyish things since I was a man grown things that make me tingle when I recall them- Like wasting a whole summer ex ploring Mount Croydon with aasomebody who did not mature late No I wasnt counting that among my lapses An older man than I ever hope to be might find excuses for the Croydon Summer I meant In other ways For one thing I have craved I success as I think few men have ever craved it and yet my plowlngs In that field have been illtimed and boyish to a degree She shook her head I dont know hoW you measure suc cess It Is a word of so many many meanings But I think you are your own severest critic That may be but tho fact remains It is only within the past few months that I have begun to get a true Inkling of things to know for example that opportunities are to be compellednot waited for She was looking away from him againI not suro that I like you bet ter for your having discovered your self I liked the other David Kent Somebody has said that for every new point of view gained we have to sacrifice all the treasures of the old I am sorry If I am disappointing you 1 dont know that you are And yet when you were sitting at Miss Van Brocca table tho other evening tell ing us about our experience with the politicians I kept saying to myself that I didnt know youthat I had never known you- I wish I know just how to take that he said dubiously- I wish I knew how to make you understand she returned and then I could havn made the other David Kent understand t You are In duty bound to try to make this one understand dont you think You spoke of a danger when was not the violent kind such as Lo ring fears What is itrYou have had two whole d11lI she rejoined Havent you discovered Ita I havent found anything to tear but failure was his reply That Is It you have given It a name Its only true name failure But I am not going to fall You mean you are going to take our railroad away from these men who have stolen ItY That Is what I mean And you will do it by threatening to exporj them- I r shall toll Governor Bucks what I know about the oil field deal assur ing him that I shall publish the facts If ho doesnt lot the law tako its course in ousting Judge MacFarlana and the receiver Sho rose and stood before him JeanI Ing against one of tho vineclad porch pillars with her hands behind her David Kent are there any circumstances in which you would accept a brlbo Ho answered her In all seriousness They say every man has hIs price mine is higher than any bid they have yet madeor can make I hope Why dont you lot them bribe you 7 she asked coolly Is it because It la InexpedIentbecause there is more success the other way He tried to emulate her coolness and made a failure of It Have I ever done anything to make you think I had thrown common honesty and selfrcapcct overboard he demanded Her answer was another question sharpedged and well thrust home Is It any worse to take a bribe than It is to give one You havo JuaJ admitted that you are going to buy governors neutrality you know I dont see It In that light at all Tho othor David Kent would have seen It Ho would have salt These men are public criminals If I can not bring them to justice I ran at least expose them to the acorn of all good men Therefore I hue an right to bargain with them Kent was silent for a long time When ho spoke It was to cay Why have you done this EllnortIC- QCIISC I had to David Could I do leadI not Its In the Wood In your blood and mine Other folk call It the Puritan virus of over righteousness and scoff at It I dont know tHmiotlrao I think they hue the best of the argument I cant believe you are quite sin cere when you ay that she asserted 011 am One cannot compromise with conscience that says Itself But I have como to believe latterly that ones conscience may be morbidly acute or even diseased Ill admit Ie been taking treatment That tounds very dreadful she rejoined It does docact it Yet it bad to be dono Aa I Intimated a few min utee ago my life baa hitherto been a sort of unostentatious faUure I used to think it way because I was out classed I know now It has been because I wouldnt do as other men do It has been a rather heartbreaking procws to tort out the scruples ad trilling the last and overriding the others but I have been to eel that It Is tho price of auceN8II want you to Pardon me I dont You have reopened the door to doubt and if I admit the doubt I shall ML To Be Continued Scriptural Vene on Love A Paris Sunday school teacher ex plained to her pupils that without love tho world would be a poor place for children and all helpless and Infirm persons Next Sunday she said I want each of you to come prepared to recIte a scriptural verse about love Tho next Sunday the children had all prepared theIr verses One Lad Lave your enemies another Little chit dren love ono another and so on Finally a small boy with red hair arose lie began In a loud shrill voice Song of Solomon second chapter fifth verse And then ho recited Stay with me flagons comfort me with apples for I am sick of love Los Angeles Times Parkman Deed of an- A story is told of Francis ParkI- mIn tho historian which shows that In spite of Impaired eyesight he was not blind to Injustice A friend met him walking along the street hold tog two street boys by their coat collars In reply to his friends request for an explanation Iarkman said I found this boy had eaten an apple without dividing with his little brother Now Im going to buy on for the little boy and make the big one look on while he eats It After reading this Incident wo should expect Fairness of treatment In Parkmana oU torlea St Nicholas Winter Ta Spring root Joseph Jefferson on his roUrloff from the stage remained In New York for a few days on hIs way to Florida to spend the winter A friend who met him at the time asked the great comedian why he did not stay in New York where the climate was invigorating Instead of flying to the more or less sultry heat ot tho south Well said Mr Jefferson with a twinkle Ive tried both and I would rather find myself kneedeep In June in Florida than ankledeep In January In New YorkN Y Herald Joaquin 3IIHer Dinner We used to cook by a rlmlct and nt under tho white rose bushra Remem ber this Is a sacred service Silence helps your digestion be would say Eat slowly think something higher and be content So our dinner usu any lasted more than two hours What a delightful experience Yoa Mo guclii la National Magsatne Hyacinths 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attended tat il night and day- Telephone No4 Derea Ky a I I ktSKkkkfltltatKkKKStatketKKlNtsNtw The Citizen h to BEREA KYlA weekly paper devoted to the interests of the Mountainpeers of Kentucky s t if 1 Great Premiums for New ISubscrlpUons r D I i 2 Advertising Rates will be I 5 furnished on application I L111111tr11111A1ki1111tkttlttWlileilitW- iI I A t- e I01 I f th o THE BEST 350 SHOE IN rRfFOR MENThe HAYESBEREA KENTUCKY oeoeoeoeoeoooooooeooooeoeoooooooooce O I Vicinity0 o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o n Mr S B holiday who Imo been visiting Mr and Mrs G D Hollidny has returned to his home In Perry county Mr Vaughn Norman operator at Slnysvillo was with friends in Berea over Sunday Leon Lewis came homo from Lexington to vote MiM Snllie Cade died of consumpt ion last Saturday Funeral service were hold at the Baptist church in Wallacelon Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Wo aro glad to report at this writing that Miss Lucy Parsons is some bettor Dr and Mrs Beat Misses Grace Lester Jennlo and Anna Hanson were Invited out to dinner last Sun day at tho homo of Mrs lorry Lamb In WallacetonMrs U visiting her cpugln at Terrill tlifs wlICkIi Mr Burgess and Miss Martha Spur lock spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bert Soper In LinoaMer Mrs Nolllo Gabbard was very sick tho first or the week Some of the ladles of the town met elatthe Parsonage of the Disciples Church lost Monday afternoon to complete an organization of the C W D MD F Harrison Is erecting a now dwelling on Boone street Misses Amelia and Lllllo McWhorter visited friends and relatives In Paint Lick Friday Saturday and Sunday Miss Erne Dlckncll of Detroit Michtl Is tanking an extended visit with her cousin Estclla Dlckncll Last Saturday night Miss Bertha Robinson entertained quito a number of her friends at her home on Chestnut street The games were novel on greatly enjoyed by all Cake and Ice cream were served Mrs Lucy Gordon who has bcen visiting relatives lu and near Bcrea fOr Utrec months returned to tor acconlpvled oJrIgtrect fromherwont to see the remains of her raotho laid to rest While away she visited Mrs J A II Rogers and tho Hills In Woodstock 111 and spent a tow diyu In Chicago with Mrs Sallle McCollum t Mr A C Hart sold his farm on IISilver Crock to Mr Sandy Burncll about three weeks ago for = 050 Ho Jlhwheremake his pr 1akeThas purchased Mrs Fishs gl and rented tho story qnd will continuo that business there fho Ballots In Dorea In Tuesday tlon the tOI eighthfigures for congressman of dint rlcf fc AY Qothurum republican 1I tl A dealer who gives his customer a little better value than the customer expects gives him W L Douglas shoes COYLE Berea and 1 c C iooooooooooooo 10000000000000Harvey Helm democrat 39 T 1101 Demaree prohibitionist 4 total votes The registration was 184 and those should have been at loast 100 more ballots cast Who are the unpatriotic shirks who galled to vote IlICIIMONWi FOUNTAIN Tim OUt of aor Frond will he Drdlratcri on llrcrinlmr 1 Richmond Ky Oct 25 December 1 has been selected as the date for dedicating the 10000 fountain presented to tho city of Richmond by ex Gov David K Francis of Missouri George J Xolnay the famous sculp tor who designed tho ornamental Blat uary at the Worlds Fair has hero for tho last tow days arranging for the erection of tho fountain citizens ot Richmond are great preparations for the unveiling GoY Francis will bo present l ouls vlUe Times liens Trnclierm Club Creech Ky Oct 27 1900 Dear Members of Derea Teachers Club School teaching for the past two weeks has boon a dead Issue with me The cold weather Saturday caught me without a stove In my little school house The superintendent came around about that time and had me shut my doors until tho district bought a stove- I saw tho trustees and had them to I levy a tax to buy a stove and t was appointed collector I wont around and saw tho people of the district collected the and then ordered tho stove and how have tho clove I also hauled sumo coal so now I have gotten back to teaching and hope not to havo any more trouble until my school Is out trainingteachingas much as going to school I my advanco arithmetic class In ante reed now doing nice work ac gqualptedtnrt I asM4 tlien nbou + their dogs pigs an frlel1dswllltat the beginning and told them queglionstlprightgood qldo of all- Yours very truly C J LF VI9- ADVERTISEMENTS advertlsemen1or 9rgotUngmust he ltd editors hands by Monday night NEWS VTEWS nthQFtportautas W nesda morning We shall hCUdcd a QOOooOOOoOoOO-o 0 College Items o 0 iHHRH AND THERE io 0 008000000000080Claude Debaun and Ernest Powers ThInpictures of the Cabin and the house Ur Shelby Is supposed to have lived in Mr Powers wrote quite a clever inSlowoseast to his homo town paper Miss Brown spent Saturday and Sun day In her hone at Waynesvllle 0 Prof Edwards showed the Model Schools this week the circulation of troglIfootChArles Gosney writes that ho Is teaching a very good school at Qos ncyvllle Ky where he has several scholars that hold teachers certlll eaten He Is at present golfing up a school entertainment and writes to Prot Edwards for material for the program elms will return to school this winter Mr Undsley was called home by telegram to Corning NY to the JusthadLlndaleyhlmsellbut thought that he could make the Journey safely Caroline Mason one of our list years students Is this year attending school at Lewis Institute Chicago Jess Cornett of Haztrd Ky has gone Into the army Mrs Ralne led the Y W C A o Sunday night The topic being Mis sions Is Christianity no Christianity without Missions Dr Thomson Rave the history o Boron College at Sunday night Chapel enJoyIngwalk 0 Rev W A Hlllls of Oberlin call ed on his son and daughter hero last weekMrs DInsmore Is convalescent Sh seems qn the high road to recovery The romaine of William and Lewis Itocors were brought hero from Shaw non Wls some weeks ago and were Interred In the Rogers lot at the lle roo cemetery Monday Since Fatale- Rogers death the family have decid ed to make the IJerea cemetery th family burying place and It was fo this reason the bodies wore brought here Tho following trustees and possibly some others are to be present at the called meeting of the Hoard of True tees this week Wednesday and day President Frost Harvey Fisk Dr James Bond lion Curtis Durnam Samuel 0 Hanson Dr F4C Wright Dr Thomson Dr W E Barton John R Rogers and lion DTallonoHcnsey who gradu ate at B rea in 1901 Is engaged in I mission worl in Africa and will be glad to hear from his friends Ills I address Is Itttiengl Haut Congo dependent da Congo W C Afrl cio Antwerp Equator Mission of F C y S- Many Beroa friends who remember r Mrs Lucy Johnston Menzl pleas ore will be sorry to learn of her re cent depth October 18th at St Vin cent Hospital Cleveland O For a number of years she had been a patient sufferer and with the hope of being relieved she went to St Via cent where she underwent a severe operation which resulted In her death two days later Remains were In termed at Huntsburg O Rev E U Menzl husband of the deceased with his two children reside at Richfield O Mr and Mrs Menzl wero Dot turner students of Berea Mr Mona graduating in the class of 9 g linenP1 GREAT WORK Ii JIAMIElt TnsYoble Ilviponie to lb Appeal to ale for Help Union Church last Sunday rning- peal Prof DInsmore made an ap for Okolona Industrial College This Institution Is located at Okolona Miss Its chief aim Is to give education and Industrial training to col ored boys and girls It also has a department for the training of teach 1 ers It Is modeled somewhat after Dooker T Washingtons school at Tuskegeo Ala WWallacoot Derca whom nay Qt the Tenders of The Cltze will remember Mr Hattie hOlt long had It In mind to found a school among his own and after graduating from tho Col lege at Derea chose Okolona as location His only assets were his own faith and courage and the coop oration of the profile who were Inter osted in such an enterprise Money pffriendswas purchased and a erected Students flocked In from the start and the pros efed lastyear the attendance Tap W to four awayforStudents and teachers worked to In the school room on the farm sort In the anon In this way tuitionofbeenhaa combinationoffor teachers nnd a dormitory for girls barnlike ttIIirePoorshoptinytie school year was ended PtsWent Dattlo hastened to tfo sot to maXo boydorlllt otUOanddetho opening of tho school In Septem ber he went north In an effort to se cure the remainder He had been gone but n few days when the main building caught fire and was burned to the ground Cer tainly tills would be enough to crush an ordinary man but the friends of lQssesstheup His task which before was a great one la now more than doubled Hundreds of students and a dozen teachers are homeless and shelterless e Lord surely has a great and no work In store for Brother Battle and his faithful wife or he would not put them to such a tearful test The stamp of Ills approval Is shown the tact of their remarkable suc In winning the hearts of the peo plo and In securing the cooperation of both whites and blacks When the first building burned the white citiz ens ot Okolona subscribed a thousand dollars toward n now one It should be known that In all these years Brother Battle and his wife have not received one cent of salary Irrn Wallace llnttle They aro devoting their lives to the building up of the Institution and its success will be their reward pledgn es more than ono hundred dollars The appeal was cordially seconded by the a knowtn Mr Battle when lib was a student ere In tho evening a like appeal was made In the College Chapel where more than forty dollars was contributed by the students Mr Harry KIn nerd who knew Mr Battle In his pope courage perseverance PrEslI givetextendrknew Mr Dattle and to all who an educatioirthis worthy cause It would be dif ficult to rind a more worthy onto prise or one where a little money goodContributions sent to The KyF4THANKSVthanks ti tho friends and neighbors of Beret for the kindness and hospitality show us during tho illness and death of our mother DotySigned THOS L FRANCIS MUS MARY MOSS DoaDaptlst tlous Christian life Mrs Doty came to Berea In the tall Shehasklnowherbelnsntstand the attack She leaves one sop trlendstoDoes It Cost You TIME to read through the dally and weekly newspapers the magazines and reviews and tho special Journals that constantly clamq toseaposted even on the Important topics of hum an Interest at home and abroad Dow tho time demanded by sot many per odicals leave you time enough for books DOES IT COST YOU MONEY to buy even a falrl representative list of papers and magazines can you ale wouldbysurvey of the worlds politics art religion Industrial affairs literature Ole T Even If you had the time to troyaforeignDOES IT COST YOU WORK r to sift out the conflict ing rumors and to get ai the true mooning ot every great Industrial political and economic question before the people at the pres ent time Dora it 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Jtxpmw Monet Order Draft Ktci ttrad Letter or one and two cent stamps The dale after name en label shows tft wlwt date your mbtcrlptlon Is paid If it II not changed within three wttks after renewal notify us- 11iMIngumbtts will be gladly supplied it we arc Beautiful pictures given ts premiums 10 all new mitvcriMrs- Zjtxral term inn to soy who cMains new autwcrlptions for us Any one scatting us four yearly subscriptions can receive The citizen tree for one year Advertising rates on application t Doing forced to work and do your best will breed you n hundred virtuesy which the Idle never know With hazing abolished and football denatured how may a college youth get oven with his enemies b A now malady Is called tho auto heart There is an auto head that sometimes needs treatment Tho man who fears he will do more than his salary calls for will never have much salary to call for A Cleveland girl wants to enlist In the navy Most girls arc willing however to Join the navy by marriage Better do the little thing you can do today than wait for tbo great thing you would like to do tomorrow The poorest people on earth aro those who make the most of what j they have and the least of what they are Those Ohio girls who aro asking to enlist In the navy would If their re quest should be granted become tartars It Is proposed to declare that an tomoblllng Is Interstate commerce and to grant national licenses Sen sible move Russia Is to build a battleship pf tbo type of Englands Droadnaught one that need fear nolng but Its own crow Five submarines have sunk with their crews in the last four years There seems to be a fatal significance t in the name The automobile accidents make tho reckless driving for which horse own I era uedto be so severely punished like childs play Tho marriage of a couple In St Louis was prompted by a joke on matrimony It is dangerous to joke about matrimony ITheCognac Is tho name of ono of which started in tho great aerial race from Berlin That name should have sustained It rAPittsburg rntlllonalre eloped with yearold girl the other day It In alleged that she was not a mom ber of any of the choruses Never use what la not your own sever buy what you cannot pay for Lever sell what you havent got is a pretty good rule to go by Persia may be a beautiful country but the shah appears to have beaten I the czar several laps in getting a par liament Into practical working order ATJorkoley Cal ma has Invented a nejv language which has no swearwords in It Our golfers will doubt less Agree that It fills a longfelt want f Rebels In Russian Poland are said to be collecting stores of arms A ti few legS and heads will como In handy when the bombs begin to burst aaln Life Is likethe ocean It drowns one man because he yields to it pas Bvcly and blindly It buoys up the other because ho strikes It skillfully send with lusty sinews A dwarf palm been discovered 1n Algeria which produces a fine qual ojSty of vegetable hair that makes a l substitute for horsehair An iw other blow at faithful Dobbin f i sayslieala The count must be ono of those nine people who have discovered that it Is foolish to deliberately hunt for trouble tTheofficer who managed tho raco between automobiles and balloons In Germany the other day was run over 4byan automobile that was not taking Intbfj contest People who man leterthanl rItM Labeuf heeminent French naval engineer is rlglitIf the sub marine has got the battleship skinned WhY then the answer would seem to L IMS to tunnel all the harbors get submarinesIIn the first eight months of 18Q5 our transPacfflc trade amounted to ofrtr ofI6 to have asII tf- 1 ti I 3ninntattmtctl tUft Ifctelatmu Ofertatit In QIrnur I By DR H W THOMAS- I resident Worlds Peace Society IJ UK governments of Europe have grown on tin ling of war nnd have tome to give it a special department We over here have followed in their stop Think of the cost of war I Our government is spending 200000000 annually on its army and nuy England is upending 300000000 Tilt othor coun tries spend altogether 1500000000 and hence the grand total of annual tribute to the war god is exactly 7000000000 And we are at peace too This incredibly largo sum is 1 simply spent that the nations may be ready to fight each other should any cause arise Ono battleship costs moix than tho buildings of Harvard university of llamptom college and of Tnskcgcc in stitute combined And the lifo of the battleship is only 12 yonre H maybe reduced to junk in a moment Is such a policy as this wise Is it right and is it good souse I predict that the next meeting of the international pence tribunal nl The Hague will develop into a worlds legislature by which a general agreement upon disarmament will be reached Then it may be only a for years tofon wo will have a porjianent in ternational legislature whoso enactments will be binding upon nil the signatory countries It will bo a supreme court of tile earth It will be the center of authority and its legislation will be accepted by the nations represented in it just aa we accept the action of our own congress Lot us say now that the hope of gent nil pence is therefore in sight Rritt Emiiiitinu of ultstrit lIDtrlt By MAJ H L BAILEY Recruiting Officer U S A jil11rtits addition by enlistment to the army of the United is trade difficult the high standards physical mental and moral to applicants must conform mho recruiting must select only those applicants who for prac tical purposes are physically perfect and for every ono that ho poises he rejects eight or nine The complaints that are made those who leave Uio military service of the United States whether olllccre or men are such as ono naturally as an excuse for his discontinuance in any employment for he was not fitted Ho tells of tho disagreeable features of that employ ment the unhappy conditions which he labored and it is not difficult for him to find sympathy among those to whom ho recounts lib alleged experiences One subject almost above all others is reverted to complain ingly is that oI the pay of an enlbted man To state that the pay of the soldier for his first year of home service ia only 13 a month is ho produce the jmpreasion that tire defender of his country is ungcutrotuly treated But this impression is not so strong when it is understood that tho soldier nxeivos everything that he neeihafoodshelter medical at tendance when iII and a pension if lie becomes disabled and at the end of every month lies a sure surplus of 13 How many thousand of civilians enjoy incomes much in eices of that of the soldier find themselves at the end of tho year after a moro or loss annoying struggle with nothing like the more than 150 that the poorest paid soldier may put in the bank without depriving himself of any comfort Uiat he will seriously miss Yet the feeling is so general in and out of time army that the sum of 13 a month at least looks niggardly that there isa movement on to endeavor to havo congress authorize tIm remuneration of the sol diors in a different way so that the actual payment will cover all those necessaries that he now receives directly but for which the coat will be extracted under till proposed system from the increacod sum with which he will be credited After all whatever may be said of the system of enlistment by which the government obtains soldiers for its army and of the number of desertions that take place the critic for answer may be directed to tho splendid record which the American soldier after regular truining arid discipline has made for himself in every war inwhich his country has been engage il V RL1nt iUt 1p Dy G ELLIOT fLINT co TIre necasary States by which officer alt by makes which under which who Americnn foot I It is preposterous to assume that nature has t intended any animal I when in its prime to ob jurq hard work Canit be denied that an old wolf is stronger and more youngInot man be moro capable physically at 35 which is not old than he is tt 25 We know that the brain is subjected to more severe and constant use than is any other organ yet the brain lasts longest If we accept the conclusion that no man should thatngeSuch a doctrine subversive to progress The body one day despite all our efforts becomes incapable let us not therefore hasten our oncoming helplessness by refusing to do while we are yet able Str tnron can go on performing their functions only so long ns the functions are regular ly demanded of them Let the demand diminish and first tho function and then the structure will diminish If one remains in bed for but one month his power of locomotion is nearly lost and the structures necessary for locomotion the legs greatly diminish It is only when the function is again demanded by his making repeated efforts to walk that the function redevelops the structure sufficiently to enable him once more to do EO In my belief no exercise or sport should be given up at any particular time of life but the exercise in its intensity and amount should be diminished as ones feelings prompt Thus an old man may row though not so hard as a younger man He may play baseball or cricket or lawn tennis until he tires He tnay swim easily walk ride a bicycle or run slowly But that he must eschew all active games simply bccauwhe is past 35 is blatant nonsense1 i JESUS BEFORECAIAPHAS Sunday School Lesson for Nov 18 1906 pocIal Perer Tau Parer LESSON TEXTM U Si57W Memory vvnws 67 u- sUOIPKN TEXTlie l a IeipI Ocl an- drJ1 of menlah US TIMKThe lesson covers a porlod of several hours from mm time between one and two oclock Prlilfjr momlug till after Biinrlro April 7 Id- lLAlKTh palace of the Mirti priest Rim the halt ot the Senhedrin at Jeru- sAlem Comment and Suggestive Thought V 57 They that had laid hold Tho Roman soldiers who still had the arrested man In charge Led him to Cnlaphas To the apartment of the acting highpriest whore Instead ot In Its usual hall a hastily called meet lag of tho Sanhedrim was held Scribes and elders woro assemblnA Chief priests also were there as Mart mentions U53 V 88 Peter followed him afar off Peters troublo came through his fol lowing afar off Sat with the sere ants or officers Stood or sat among them as they clustered about tho fire In the open court whence they could seo what was going on In the council chambor V89 Chief priests sought also witness It was tho religious loaders of the people who woro prime movers In the trial ot Jesus nut what they sought was witness ugnlnst Jesus to put him to death and they had to seek far for wltnors against One who over went about doing good Then as now only those who know him not could say anything against him V CO Found none It was no easy matter to agree upou a charge against the blameless One Many false witnesses came Unscrupulous persons by throats or money could bo brought to give such testimony as I tho Judges sought nut tho troublo was the accounts of such men did not agree with ono another Jewish law required that at lout two witnesses must agree before one could be eon rioted of capital offuneo Deut 170 I V 61 Said I am able to destroy j etc Rood what Jeans hall said early In his ministry John 31921 and note how its whole spirit was altered by this report- V 02 The high priest arose Thus far every effort had utterly failed to bring to light anything against Josus Cataphas forgetting his official dignity and leaving his of tidal seat stopped toward the Ac gitsed exasperated by his silence and determined to mako him crlminato himself Answeraat thou nothing Jesus had maintained unbroken si lance He ondwrod the contradiction of sinners against himself without ono word of self defeuso Here as elsewhere ho is our great example V 03 Jesus held his peace For perhaps an hour he listened in si lonce fulfilling lea 537 The high prlost answered Ho responded to tho situation Into which ho was forced by the persistent silence of Jews I adjure theo by the living God This was the ordinary formula of adminis tering an oath The action was Illegal and Jesus at first protested against It whethetthouTho high priest asked Jesus under oath to testify concerning his claims first as to his Messianic vocation and second as to his peculiar relation to the heavenly V 04 FatherIYou have equivalent to saying as Mark renders It I am Nevertheless More than this Hereafter shall yo see etc This would call to minI a well IerIIIlahV 05 Rent his clothes This had been originally an Involuntary expres sion of grief but it had uow become a formal net guilty of bias ph V 06 What emIappeals to the for a verdict lie is guilty of death I Tho verdict guilty was unanimous Ile was guilty of blasphemy hence worthy of death Lev 2410 Tho council then adjourned to meet at day break During the interim Jesus was delivered to tho caro of soTdlera and j servants of tho Sanhedrim who subjected him to every form of Indignity which their brutal Instincts could do VISA Vs 67 68 Buffeted him Struck him with their flsts Prophesy unto us They first blindfolded him Luke i 2204 then called upon him to dls play his supernatural power by nape ing tho man who struck him Practical Points- V C8 Wo run Into danger as soon as wo permit the slightest separation between ourselves and Jesus John 154 0 V C9 Tho world today seeks wit ness of Jesus in tho lives of his pro fessed followers Acts 18 V 62 A righteous character Is the unimpeachable answer to calumny 1 Pet 310 I V 63 Lot us look to Christ for grace to bear reproach In silence Hcb 123 VC4 There come times when to remain silent would bo treason to tho truthl Pet 316 America In Many T jhBue At the Fourth of July celqhratlon In Manila America was sung some times In their own language by Flit pines Japanese Chinese Indians Germans French Spanish KngflshV Italians Australians and AincricanjL FOUNTAIN IN A BOTTLE Pretty experiments Which Can Be Tried oy Doy or Girl A largo glass bottle or jar with a rubber stopper having n hole In It is the simple foundation for your foun lain You will need besides a glass tubo with a Jot at one end and n piece of rubber tubing about two Inches longWhen you have prepared your ma aerials place tho stopper In the jar and Insert In tho hole tho glass tube with tho Jot Inside tho Jar To limo end of tho glass tubo that IB outsldo fit the rubber tubing Now exhaust your lungs and play- Ing tho other end of the rubber tub Ing In your mouth suck out time air from tho Jar When you havo taken a deep breath pinch tho rubber tube r Jars Used In the Experiments so that no air will return to tho jar and again exhaust your lungs and re peat tho process of drawing tho air from tho jar Now sUB pinching tho rubber tube or applying a plnchrock turn the jar upside down and place tho end of tho rubber tube In a glass of water When you release tbo tube tho water will spurt up through tho jet and your fountain will play In tho jar It Is tho outsldo pressure on the water In tho glass that forces tho spray into the vacuum of the bottle Instead of exhausting tho air from tho Jar hero Is a way to produce tho fountain outside of It says Peoples Homo Journal Ileverao the glass tube so that the jet will bo outaldo and tho other end near the bottom of tho jar Pour water Into thQ Jar until it Is about twothirds higher than tho end ot tho tube In tho jar Fit the rubber tubing over tho jot and blow Into tho jar thus condensing the air Pinch tho tube while you again nil tbo lungs and how again Into tho Jar Now quickly pull tho tubing from tho jot and the water will spurt out producing n fountain This Unto It Is tho pressure of tho condensed air in side tho jar that forces tho water oat In the same jar place a vaseline bet tie with a piece of thin rubber cloth stretched over the mouth and tied In place Now Instead of tho long glass tube use a smaller one and If you will exhaust thoalr from the Jar ns you did In tho first fountain experi ment tho rubber will rlso like a bal loon because the air In mho small bot tie will try to get out to fill tho vacuum you bvo produced Now If you will blow Into tho rubber tube as you did In tho other foun thin experiment tho rubber will bulgo downward into the small bottle con densing the air there Dy fitting the vaseline bottlo as you did the outer one with a glass Jet and placing wa ter in It and then exhausting the air from tho outer jar you will produce a inlnlaturo fountain In tho jar from the smaller bottle PIRATESIMr mates art brave nnd bold Seven and six and aye are we Or eighteen years all told bOYIII A prize for tho garden pirates boys A vessel In eight I sect Give chase oer the deep green garden boys VToll capture lierJafo and oundl Out alack a day and a well away The Susan hai gone aground Cincinnati Enquirer Growth of Girls and Boys The growth of girls Is greatest In their fifteenth year of boys in their seventeenth Priceless Treasures LIttle birds and little flowers little diamond little pNjrls Out the dearest thing a on earth are the little boys and slrla a i J 4 A NEW BOX KITE I How to 1cenfullyOno of mho very best funmakers a boy can have for tho Scplombuf ttllsh Is a box kite and mho chap who owns ono will always bo popular among his 4 I playmates and never lack for oom pony whon ho goos out to fly It Got an old umbrella four seasoned hickory sticks or sticks of some other tough wood three meet long and a half Inch thick lUll tho cover off time um broila being careful not to tear tho material Take eight ot till ribs time short ones that run from tho frame t to the stick and lash their ends to gather with copper wire making two squares Now take four of the long 4 ribs and break them each In haltIthus getting eight moro pieces tho size of those you have just fixed Lash those eight now ones together In the same way making two squares each of four wires j ibyyour two first wire squires and fasten tho other end of tho stick to a corner Jot Its mate Place mho other throo sUcks In position In tbo other corners of time two squares and fasten them flraly by lashing thorn to the ooh not of Its mate Placo tho other three sticks In position In the other of the two squares and cornorsJfirmly by lathing them to the cornOtuand sides of the square with cop iper wlro Now for your second set of squares made from tho moro pllablo ribs or the umbrella Those slip outside or the framework you have mode anti 1 are placed one foot from either end so that tboro will also be a foot between them providing you have rondo your sUcks three feet long Whoa x these are firmly wired In plaoo you are k ready for your kilo covering which Is ithDaround either end as shown In the Illustration and firmly scan In pkuce along all four edges ot cacti squaroTo j Uo sure and use heavy linen a- In doing this and It Is all the better It your thread be waxed Your kite Is ready to fly as soon as you fasten a tail on It Now malts n wrred kite of It which d means n kite which will sail away without a string explains tho Peoples Home Journal Got four moro long umbrella wires and fasten them to the Inner sides ot your wire squares on the framework as shown in the picture These wires must have their free ends brought together and lashed Kite Fixed for Free Flying tact with a small Iron or brass ring ir- at tho extremity In this ring you may hang a lead weight which must bo varied according to tho force of limo wind blowing This weight nets just ilexactly like tho drag of a kite string t and will keep your kite steady and upright If you are careful to adjust the 1weight to tho force of the wind Your 1longYw SUCCESS WHICH ENDURES It Can PC Secured Only by the Sterling it Quality of Strict Honesty If tSome young men are reluctant to accept as tho most vital truth In life tho most absolute honesty is tho only kind of honesty that succeeds In buslrnose It isnt a question of religion ior religious beliefs Honesty docs notidepend upon any religious creed dogma that was ever conceived It Is Jn question of a young mans own cou 7 science says tho Now York Weekly Ho knows what Is right and what Is wrong And yet simple as the matter Is It ii astonishing how difficult It Is of understanding An honest course i In business seems too slow to tho av iierage young man I cant afford to f plod along I must strike and strike quickly Is his sentiment Ah yes my friend but not dishon r estly No young man tan afford to n oven think of dishonesty Succor on l honorable lines may sometimes Room o slower In coming but when It dOOR 1 come it exceeds in permanency nil ithe socalled successes obtained by other methods To look at tho methods Ifof others Is always a mistake Tho successes of today are not slY to tho Imitator but to tho orlg ten inator It makes no difference how t other men may succeed their success 7 y Is theirs and not yours You cannot f partake ot It Every man is a law lunto himself r Tho most absolute integrity Is tho onethe only sura foundation of success Such a success Is lasting I Why Baby Cried Mamma Tommy what Is tho baby crying for- Tommy=Cause be doesnt know things I had to take hls cake and show him how to eat It C1ilii ito f oj Yl Dally Nun t 2 f r W x 1r t a- tp tr l n IIt I Tw M HOME GROWN CELERY How It May De Stored for Winttr Ute Wo tnko a long box about 14 Inches Wldo and tho same In depth and ratio It ono or two Inohos above the cellar bottom Put a layer of earth about two Inohoa loop In tho box Wo now lift tho celery plants from their ridge In tho garden with a crowbar taking jialna to drlvo tho bar wall down un der tho roots and keeping on them ns much of tho Boll an wo can ex plains u writer In Farm and Hume As tho plants nro taken up they are net Into a largo basket to be car Ned down cellar They are now ready fdr packing Huglnnlng at one end of tho narrow box wo stand the plants on mid close togothor so that thoro shall bo as little space between tho stalks na possible When a dozen plants have boon parked we nil Dox for Storing Celery In close to tho roots with earth from tho garden and proceed In this way until tho box Is full A blanket of old bran sacks In thrown over the whole to hut out the light arid help to blanch any stalk that have not al ready Ilflll whitened Stored In this way we keep celery nice and crisp until February After trying icvornl methods of during calory 1 find that It keeps best In tho ground whoro I It grown with tho roaU undisturbed ays another grower Cvlory will keep In a collar or cave all winter If tho toot an pieced In molit sand or Mirth but the plant gradually loses lu henutty flavor Wide boards are Nt on odge around- S the celery bed leaving about ono foot of BIMCII between the outer row Mid the board This space and botwem the rows Is then packed with dry turner leaves and enough plied on toil to make the covering about MM feat deep Tho leavon are weight to down wlih light boards to thorn frost blowing off At night ItpIInA l4Iero weather an extra lag of canvas and old carpet I put on On warm day Ute covering mey b removed until the llpe of the eel vi y leaves are visible but this to not MntIal To protect banked celery put a thick tayor of leaves uvor tho top of thj ridges and weight down with board Manure from the bore stable will keep tho ridges but this la not needed If enough leaves are used GROWING DUCKWHEAT NVlteonitn Farmers Experience In Railing This Crop I do not often ratio buckwheat but like to grow It occasionally It down yell on almost any kind pf soil It comes In very nicely as a late crop If I hUD a plccu of land which has been neglected until too late for other groin crops this land can bo seeded to buckwheat Or If I bavo a livid ot corn whfro the seed tolled to sprout this can alto be sown to buckwheat If tho ground U very poor It ahould taro an application of stable manure It may be plowed guy time before seeding Tho ground should be fitted a for any other small grain crop It is advisable to havo tho seedbed tbor oughly proparod and the more work put on It tho bolter tho results t now buckwheat any tlmo between Jane 20 and July 4 As the acreage Is not large I usually sow by band using about ono tvck to tho acre The crop should bo harrr tcd Ixv fore frosts occur explain this writer In Orange Judd Partner It sown later than July 4 there Is danger of a frost catching It If It is sown much earlier than Juno 10 the hot weather Is like ly to cause a light yield Tho crop may be cut by hand using a cradle or with the ordinary reaper Each bundle should stand by Itself with a band around the top Those should be loft In the Held until the straw and grain aro dry After that the crop can tie stacked and thrashed as any other small grain 1 sometimes sell buck wheat to the mllVrs At othor times 1 have It ground and put tho buckwheat flour up In 25pound sacks and sell these at retail All In all buckwheat la very ratls factor when grown In a small way If I havo a piece of land which Is very weedy and want to partly summer fal Vow ft I begin by plowing early In the A spring to a depth of six or seven Inches I disk this every week until the tlmo for seeding buckwheat After this crop Is off J find my field practi cally froo from bad weeds In this way It can be used very successfully as a cleaning crop otherTurnips beets crops an well as cabbage should bo left In flpld or garden until the Approach of hgratraizlo lreLthar STUDYING WOODLOTSI What Ohio Experiment Station Is Do ing to Promote Forestry The Ohio station is planning nomo Important work relative to the wood lute of tho state In a rrcont corn munication Irof Thomo says Tho farm woodlot Is an Important factor In timber production In Ohio Are those woodlota told at a profit or IOMT Undoubtedly thoro are some second growth timber tracts whoro the stand of trees of tho bent kinds Is Rood enough so that tho annual In creaeo In yielding profitable returns There are many other woodlots whoro tho stand is poor or the trees aro of Inferior species which are not pay Ins a fair rate ot Interest It Is Im portant that ovoryono who Is inter ested In forestry should know to whloh class his woodlot belongs Measurements and calculations will dlscltHt at what rato n tract ot tlm her Is growing Into money and a careful study of the conditions will show It should bo managed BO ns to make it more profitable The tigations referred to have In vie the determination ot the kinds ot trees or mixture of trees which aro yielding the greatest profits as they are found growing In natural second growth founts The station has already found that planted groves o catalpa and locust may glue excwtding ten dollar per acre annually While the natural forests may fall short of this It will doubtless jirove true that they are growing Into value much faster than Is com monly supposed How to make theta still more profitable especially those which are In bad condition Is a pro6 lem which the station Is willing to try to holy the owners to solve but at the outset It should bo understood that numoroiw factors enter In which may make experimentation necessary The utatloB la ready to determine the prospective Increase In value of tracts of timber but it may not bo able In all ensue to unreservedly recom mended a course of treatment which will Insure satlHfaatory results with neglected woodlots So far as mean win permit it la willing to coojxiratc to such work especially In represent alive easel The owner In to provide land and labor while the station will fontlth plans and In some cases trees In order to taut Into operation and tout certain methods which prom 118 Hood results CORN CUTTING TO SAVE TIME Method of Handling a SixtyFour HIM Shock lug118tItaof eon In sushi a manner III to mini mite stops and carrying lilt plan- sI llltMUNttti by the cut The circles In the center repr seat the four hills over which the sJioek ta to bo built Tb M an to be bent lutpttuer If do aired or If a Jack is used may bo et at UIIDL When the foundation fo tM shuck I rcndy the cutter goes to No 1 and eats In Wit direction of the nuMUen until he reaches No 8 i After plhdBg hie armful In this shock he hieIn gnte at No 9 and cuts toI or n 0Diagram of tHe Plan Xo 1C In other words hbcuts each hill in tho order that it is numbered beginning each time at the hill marked by a circle and ending with the bill marked with tho square Wh a he comes to the last hill which Is No CO rw has cut the entire C4hlll shock and at the least cost of labor CABBAGE PULLING DEVICE It Will Aid in Pulling the Crops by the RoOts Wbcre cabbages are being harvest vd to be preserved for porno time It is necfsaary lo pull them with the dtalk attached To aid In this work i its arrangement such as shown In tins cut Is very useful ways Farm and Home Take two pleas of stiff I Cabbage Pulllhg DevieeIboard two Inches them together JUJ shown In thin cut I with ono end separated by a wedge Drive several nails through the lien dIe to hold it slid clinch them securely Taper off the point of the fork and round off the handle und you are ready for business Insert the fork under tho cabbage head astride of the stem and lift upward and It will como out without the usual backbreaking strain If the cabbage that Is not headed good this rail Is burled with tho roots on they will make nice white heads In tho ground The root must be COy ered with earth so It cannot freeze Farm and Home Cover the union sots this fall with n dressing ofwoil rotted stable manure It will keep them from freezing and the will lIe d no cuJUration la the prIDg a IJESUS IN- GETHSEMANE I Sunday School Lesipn tor Norll 1906- SpeeUlly Prepared rot TV s Paper tEHBON TEXTMatL s6 BiO Mem ory vor M IS 3- 9OOLUBN TKXTNot my will but 2211TIAIB and one oclock Friday morning April 7 A D SO crucifixionILACK on the lower elope ot Mount of Olives op aalte Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 30 Then About midnight Cometh JCBUB with them Jesus with tho eleven apostles Judea having left the company Gethseraane Ap parently this garden was owned by somo friend of Jesus since wo rend that Jesus ofttlmcs resorted thither with his disciples Salta Sit yo hero Jesus left eight of his friends near tbo garden gate that they might watch against surprise by tvthe enemy While I go and pray was tho very atmosphere of Jesus lIfo V 37 Peter and tho two sons of Eebcdeo Then three Peter James and John best understood Jesus and had been his chosen companions on boswas as If ho were stunned by extreme amazement V38 My soul Is exceedingly sor rowful A proverbial expression ot deathIagony would be too groat for tho physical nature to endure Tarry yo here Jesus wished to be alone with his Fa hoIwith me Ho would have them keep awake from sympathy with him watch comI watch against tbo danger which threatened them u well as him selfV 39 Went a little further Luke IIn11 he went about a stones cast Fell on his face and prayed Kneeled to pray then In anguish ot spirit utterly prostrated himself Say Ing Compare the threo records Mark 14 3C Luke 2242 and tho Lea son Text 0 my Father Ho ad dressed Cod as my Father and therein shows us the meaning and the power of prayer If It bo pos sible If minis redemption can be accomplished In any othor way This cup A common figurative expression to denote tho lot or portion assigned one by God Not as I will but as thou wilt Ho was not merely willing to submit to Gods will but prayed for It heartily desired that aeIICame to the throe whom ho had taken with him Into the garden Findoth lovedrenter his feelings suniclently to overcome drowsiness Salth unto Peter Ho singled out tho one who had been spokesman when recently they all de clam themselves ready to die with their Master Matt 203335 Could yo not watch with mo one hdur Jesus heart was sorely wounded not merely because they were so cold toward him but because ot tho peril Into which they had drifted by yielding to their drowsiness- V 41 Watch and pray They and we should watch because tho great adversary of souls is very wise and crafty and should pray because In our own strength wo are powerless to resist him Ye enter rot Into temp tation JuoBt before the disciples was the great temptation to deny and desert Jesus V 4X Prayed saying etc Tho slight change In tho words ho uttered In his second prayer In noteworthy for It gives evidence that he has been strengthened and Is more calm V 45 Sleep on now Tho time for watching and prayer was past V 40 JUso let us bo going Tho approaching torches effectually roused the slumbering disciples and they arose to go with Jesuit not to hide front but to meet the company com ing against theta V 47 A great multltdde A mixed crowd Including a cohort of Roman soldiers and a squad ot the LovlUcal temple guard With swords and staves Tho soldiers bore swords others in the crowd carried clubs From tho chief priests and elders IIt was this religious leaders of the Jews who wore leaders In this move mentV 48 Gave them a sign The Roman soldiers were not acquainted with Jesus by sight hence the need of II sign V 49 Kissed him Tho original is a compound verb denoting repeated and most affectionate salutation V liO Whereforo art thou come fetter In Revised Version Do tUt for which thou art come Tho words by which Jesus addressed Judas here translated friend means compan ion Judas sin was blacker because ho had been an Intimate companion of Jesus for three years Practical Points V 37 It Is our privilege to lire la such Intimate communion with Christ that we can bo admitted into secrets bid from those who follow afar off Ps 2414 V 39 As we come to set clearly wo find that Gods will Is u mater tu delight in not nrfrely to submit tot Rom 132 V 41 Womust be surrounded by temptation while wo live inlhta world but them Is no excusVforvir enter Jag Into it1 Cor 1013 i DEFIED THREATS OF THE REDS AND SENTENCED THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS TO DEATH Judge Joseph Gary Took His First Day Off In ThlrtyThree Years and Died Chicago Nov 1Juge Joseph E Gary the oldest member of tho Chi cago bench and tho man who yen tensed tho anarchists to hang died suddenly at his homo here It was the first day that ho hind remained from his courtroom on account of Illness for 33 years Ho had been on the bench for 43 years Judge Gary remained homo on ac count of what ho termed fatigue There was nothing to Indicate that ho was fatally exhausted Ills physicians did not expect death He remained in bed although be rose for a time In the expectation of going to the criminal court to start a murder trial- Tired that Is all ho said ns ho sat propped up In bed A day of rest once every 33 years Is good for every manDrs Ilabcock and Patrick were call ed to the Gary home Ho needs a change and a rest In bed will do him good they announced The physicians had loft tho house when tho sinking spoil came Tho jurist Legan to fall suddenly Ho spoko of his increasing weakness to his wife Three minutes later ho was deadJudge Gray was born in Now York at Potsdam St Lawrence county In 1821 Ills ancestors were Puritans of the strictest sort Early In fife ho arterlardyear later was admitted to the bar in Missouri The same year ho wont to Springfield Mo and remained there until 1848 Then with tho restlessness and vigor of youth he Joined the long procession of fortuneseekers and went west toward the new Eldorado settling In Las Vegas N M He moved to San Francisco and three years later came to Chicago where In 18C3 ho was elected judge of the superior court I ADRIFT IN A RUNAWAY BALLOON Dr Julian P Thomas Hat Narrow Escape From Death at Augusta Ga Augusta Ga Nov 1Dr Julian P Thomas the millionaire amateur aero- naut of New York had perhaps tbo norrowcst escape In the history of American balloon ascensions here The ascension was made from a field near the fair grounds As ho Iho ground his balloon tho leftI became entangled In somo wires Thorn was danger that Dr Thomas would be electrocuted While the horrified crowd ran about aimless ly below shouting all sorts of useless advice Dr Thomas yanked from a sheath at hla belt a big sailors clasp roPCIIIthatTho car dropped while tho balloon bounded straight upward like a rocket Tho truant balloon wont entirely out of sight and after soaring above tho clouds Dr Thomas landed six miles from town without sustaining scratch or injury of any kind III Students Beat Four Policemen Lexington Ky Nov IIn a between GOO Kentucky State college students and policemen here four po licemen were struck on the head with rocks and severely injured College students were playing Halloween alatreeton scene diately the students seized rocks and began pelting tho policemen who could do nothing to defend themselves I Reserves were called and chased tho students away after arresting five of their number Students Are Reinstated Appleton WIs Nov IThree hun dred striking and suspended Law rence university freshmen and sopho mores capitulated Peace envoys were sent to President Plants to announce that they were prepared to pay 271 assessed by the university for damage done to college property during recent class affrays Tho money was paid add the students were reinstated Extra For Marksmanship Washington Nov ITo stimulate the marines in rifle practice Secretary Uonaparto has Issued a general order providing that every marIno who QUill ifies as au expert rifleman shall re calve 3 per month extra pay those qualifying as sharpshooters 2 per hionth and those rated as marksmen U per month Faces a Lynching Chattanooga Tenn Nov IWhile resisting arrest In a South Chattanooga saloon Will Hurd a negto laborer fchot and killed Obe Musgrove a po llceiruln and dangerously wounded Dave Drcnnan who was assisting the officer French Cutrol Zunguru Nigeria Nov 1Nel was received hero that a French canted pa trol conslsdefe ofoue bfncec and CO men were surprised and annihilate by a Sonoussl force The massMre took place at the end of August 20 miles northeast of Lake Chad Not Dying or Cancer Omaha Nob Nov 1Qeo Olover FlakeEddydeiifesIs dying of cancer Wdeclaros thai she oricVeufed a Woman afflicted wlto bancor In SO mlautes t I 1855 Berea College 1906 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEQ PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS f Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You EnterrTHE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced library and general advantages as for more advanced metic and the common branches taught in the right way p Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manag meat etc Free text books n TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print jag Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn It fw hayslargelystudies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life I ling Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science A ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a 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 Cfassical courses with use laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following ears winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with course Small extra fees aliJtExpenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution AH the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year t more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness IPlanning for a Year of School JPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etcrvary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our p is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes areInecessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost a ILIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent buildings inWhich students live charging only enoughI i roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras z35a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Drjotit II as guaranteet i room key library books etc ISecond an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of schoolalibrary etc Students pay nothing for tuition or teachersall our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be returned r at end of term 3000 Those who do not all in advance must pay as follows Inci dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term bfLrdtor five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment first day 1835 9 675 7oth day 540 lOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations te protect character and reputation of the young people Our stu- dentscorns from the best a a are earnest toUo l1anaiiil prove For anywho may be sick the College provides doctor and I nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in C611cge Buiiaings and assist in work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Ex cept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to ern as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more m writing ta the Secretary before coming secure extra etiipiiyiueutso as to carte from So cents to one dollar a week lIGB iThe best time to come to Berea and the most f v to study is in the fall v rabletimeialt is important to come the first day September xa till the end December i- iIFor further information and friendly advice write totktSecretarytiWILL a GAMBLEBEREA KENTUCKY JJ Mkdisoh County RoIktMi11S MeIU Mamrfactaen Fcy Rfi r MGut Melt1 Strip Sffe CrHl Plia 0IJi1OLO DUST RellerPlltrIir bvtf wheat PIIOBOF MADISON to aMMr E InlI nil e I Nt1AlilMdl lPotts itson t YWi iMhtntty l JTI r tTHE HOME I What a Girl Should Know n nOSE J FIELDING In The Anmriran Iluuckcepcr In these days of higher education for girls some very simple and useful I accomplishments are apt to bo forgotten They are accomplishments that one need not attend college to learn and yet they are as valuable and as eaentialas anything taught in the most advanced seminary Without em no girls education is complete Hero is a list of things that every girl 1 the land should know regardless of her occupation or position in life She should know that a hundred cents make a dollar and that each nt countsShe know how to arrange the parlor and every other room in 0 houseShe should know how to say no and mean it oruyos and it She should know how to sew on buttons darn stockings and mend oresf She should know how to cook and servo a good wholesome HnnerI She should know how to dress for health and comfort as well as for appearance She should know that tight lacing is not only uncomely but that it is Injurious to health She should know that music drawing and painting are real accom j plishments in the home and are not to be neglected if there be time and t money for their uso t She should know how to live up to the old rule A placo for every 1thing and everything in its place should know that it is best for her to have nothing to do with I dissolute or intemperate young men She should know that the more she lives within her income the more she will save and the farther she will get away from the poorhouse =She should know that it is best to regard habits and morals and not money in choosing her associates She should know how to dress within her income and to wear a calico dress like a queen She should know how to embrace every opportunity for readingand how to select such books as will give her the most useful and practical in nrmation in order to make the best progress in life A girl who combines all this information with her regular school edu tion will be well equipped for almost any position in life Her spiritual ivelopment should pace with her mental development or life will bet failure under any condition iTHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools 117 pnor Ch ARLES D LEWIS SQUARE AND CUBE ROOT Continued In both square and cube root it is better to use the whole integral number in the operation rather than merely periods eg in finding the square root of 243702 do not say that five is the largest square to be seen by inspection but that four hundred is and then proceed thus 243762 1OOP = 83702 In cube root a few things kept in mind will make the work easy TheyareIc 1 Keep the image of the block in mind alwaysJremember that if any thickness is added to a cube equal additions must be made to each of its three dimensions 2 These three additions must have an area equal to three times the square of the basic cube 3 The thickness of these additions is icuad byIinspection rather than division for in many cases the remainder required for the four blocks to fill in theIcorners may be almost seven times as large as the basic cube 4 The sum of the areas of the seven additions must be found first then this volume simply as in any other solid A model problem will show these points in the most satisfactory manner Problem f321570408 = Solution 821570408 1 Vol of first cube =GOOi =210000000 105579408 2 14S0000Thickness3 Area of 3 oblong additions =000X80X3 = 144000 4 Area of cube 83= 0400- BY Area of additions= 1230400 C Vol of additions=80Xlf230400 = 08432000 TO BE CONTINUED THE FARM I Dairy and Stock i From the Farm Journal a I i Store bogs should always be fed clover hay Salt and charcoal should be in every manger all the time To have golden hoofs sheep must be owned by men with hearts of gold Order may be heavens first law but the first law of the dairy is clean liness Cattle should have an abundance of pure fresh waterpreferably in the mangerThe that you think the most of may be the one you ought get rid Find out about that Test all your cows Dont be satisfied with once ep at it till you know Then do something about it k guarterslousycows will surely become infested with lice Rats and mice also bring theserosts into the stables The remedy for this is a few well cared for stables Give the calves the sunniest corner in the stable and give them the best feed Keep them growing Pat the fall calf on the back she arrived in the world at the proper time She will be six months old before she sees a fly that means six months of a start C Give her a good place to sleep be sure its dry Calves like clover hay too If she shows horns touch them up with a stick of caustic potash the salt will hardly know it Treat the fall calf in a businesslike manner I i Feedall the cull apples to the cows do not let one was toI1 If any cows are to be dried take pains to avoid kernels they should be milked out perfectly clean Give no succulent food during the periodThe uses a sire of no blood in his herd and a scrub at that U an old fogy and deserves to be hard and growing poorer every year Get a thoroughbred butterbred bullcalf now and give jt goodcare during the winter and begin to improve your herd next year Lay a foundation for a better income It is not too late i Warm water and a warm stable will double the milk production as- a protectionWhen before starting to churn the butter will come in a short time It is necessary to ton and then duringchurning as it should be kept at a uniform temperatureI r 1 eeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeEighth o i History e e o Q Thrilling Htorjr of fie fart UUa fled JO hind Ilrulmiiit look In the Civil Vnr oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoCHAPTER o fourIhalted tor further orders Here four rebel deserters came to us and re ported that General Bragg was about to evacuate Chattanooga which prov od to be a true report Quite early on the following morn king we were marching on to Chat tanooga each soldier carrying slxt rounds of ammunition feeling confi dent of engaging the enemy before night At nine oclock we met a cour ler with a dispatch stating that th onemy had evacuated We soon hit the Trenton 8 Chattanooga Railroad and with buoyant spirits pushed on down Uio railroad track and over the baso of towering Lookout Mountain from whence we could look down on the almost deserted little city for- man of tho citizens had fled south at the approach of tho hateful Yankees We passed on south of the city a few mile and bivouacked at dark near a few houses the pooplo called lUxBsvllIe having marched seventeen failles over very rugged roads Weary and footsore wo lay down on the bos om of mother earth with strong hope of soon striking a death blow to the rebellionOn 10th the division marched on the road toward lllnggold the lit tle county town of Catoosa county Georgia Late In the afternoon our advance regiments ran Into the en emys pickets After a short skirm- Ish the enemy retired and we again bivouacked for night with a strong guard thrown out front and flank Early the 11th our brigade under command of Colonel flames was put In advance After passing the outer picket Colonel Barnes ordered companies A B and F of the Eighth and three companies of the Fiftyfirst Ohio forward as skirmishers with the remainder of those two regiments forming a line of battle on each side of hte road which ran through hills and hollows heavily timbered and tilled with den o brush and undergrowth The other three regiments composed tho second line of battle After advancing two miles our sklrm tehere encountered tho enemys pickets and commenced a brisk fire the rebels gradually retiring Notwllh aadlng the uneven country and- denle brush we maintained a good line keeping close behind our sklrm lahere who kept up a rattling fire on the retreating rebels until they had crossed Feat Chickamauga River with in threefourths of a mile of Rlnggold They took a position on the east hill which rises abrupt from tho waters edge The river though a narrow stream was in some places over six feet deep and that too in good pistol range of the enemys line on paldBoysmake those scoundrels git By the rigbt of companies forward march With a loud hurrah we plunged Into the sold cream regardless of wetting our few greenback only endeavor lag to keep our powder dry The bul lets pattered the water somewhat afterc the fashion of Stone River We scrambled up the rocky hill under a of bullets but fortunately for us theI enemy e aim was generally too high in their first volley and before could reload our line was within a feyI yards of them and they fled down the other side of the hill Into Ringgold Our few pieces artillery were brought forward and shelled the town while opr lino of battle conUnued to advancI on quick time On arriving In theI suburbs our advance was obstructed by light paling fences As each company neared one of these gardens or yards a shout and simultaneous rush against these fences laid them as flat as If swept by a tornado The terri tied Inhabitants were fleeing in every direction for safety from our noisy boys who continued to fire at the armed rebels whoso flight through the streets was hastened by Colonel WlldiJ mounted Infantry who came charging and yelling down the Knox vlllt road trying to cut off their retreat But we had pressed them too fast and all but a few wounded And prisoners escaped leaving us in possession of the town Our sudden and noisy entrance In to this little aristocratic town spread groat fear and consternation among the women children and negroes the principal Inhabitants as the chivalric gentlemen were in arms against their country The former who had never before seen any Yankee vandals FIFTY CENTS wI IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason We put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinaryI cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken alp nourishment a fppd rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions f Send for free narnpU Scott Bowne 4094I5 Purl SL Chemist New York Bocon4ioo All drandrt hind heard many horrible stories ol noj calloscenes As Company II had Just flattened out a paling fence and passing In line through a nice yard In whl h was a stately brick dwelling over which our screeching shells wore passing n terrified woman with five or six chil dren black and white holding to her skirts rushed out Into the yard In front of tho advancing line with her hands thrown up Imploringly address ed me thus Oh what shall I do sir I was about giving tho command guide right and added Im mediately for answer to the woman Into the collar I say She replied ytlfa a loud Unperullvt voice and pointing to the open cellar door vUi my Thewoman and screaming little ones suddenly disappeared under tho ground undoubtedly uxpcctlpg soon to be roasted by tho burning of her homeWe followed the retreating rebels pursued by Wilder about three miles Iup the east tori of tho Chlckamaupi near Turner 11111 and bivouacked for the night Ilelore morning wo hid loomed that we wore In close prox enemyWo der lost threo killed Tho enemy loft several xvnnnded In Itlnggold Wo subsided that night on green corn and potatoes Continued Next Week THE ELECTIONS Hughes Republican Hailed Victor in New York By 40000 Plurality NICK LOKQWORTH REELECTED Chairman Dick Ohio Claims Entire Republican Tick et By 75000 And Roosevelt Has His Wishof More Support in Congress Republicans Gain One Congressman In Old Kentucky Contett For Gubernatorial Nomination It Close Other states NEW YORKINew York Nov complete returns from all over the state Charles R Hughes the republic candidate has been elected goveraIof New York state over Randolph Hearst by approximately a plurality of 40000 onlydisputeHeart has no artuallywon Hughes plurality Ii far u ow 15000 and may be more than 5000 There was some doubt expressed as to the fate Independencelealue several of the New York newspapers which have been supporting Mr Huehea declaring that there was a chance that the subordinate offlces of the democratic and Independence league combination had been elected The latest figures seem to Indicate that Mr Hughes plurality above the Bronx will exceed 130 00 To offset this Mr Hearts plurality In Greater New York will probably be from 75 000 to 80000 In Brooklyn where Senator Patrick II McCarren made a bitter right acalns IJearst the latter carried tho borough by a small plurality probably 4000 At one time It seemed that Hughes had been successful In Drook lyn but the late returns were all strongly In favor of the democratic candidate Mr Hearst has been given a major- Ity of nearly 70000 In Manhattan and the Bronx Orciff Interest centered here In Now York In the campaign waged for tho Judiciary ticket named by a committee of lawyers headed by Jos H Choato and former Judge Alton B Parker The Tammany and Independence league Joint ticket has won over tho nonpartisan candidates by big plu ralities The Indications aro that the repub licans vlll control both branches of the New York legislature by tho same majorities they now have The entire Tammany Judicial ticket has probably boon elected by a large majorityMr stllj claim to have been elected governor of New Yor kby at least 20000 plurality and charge that attempt is being made to steal tho election KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 7 Returns from a number of counties were not received until after midnight and nearly all these later reports showed ma Joritles for Beckham and his net ma jorlty according to these returns win 4100 These returns are not complete In every county sometimes as many of the missing precincts were In counties that are as strong for Me Creary as the others arfor Beckham If this proportion holds good In all thin missing precincts Beckham will have a majority of 6000 or 7000 over his opponent who lopked a sure winner Judging from thin earlier rE- turns lingers majority over Hays wjll be 10000 or more The probablp makeup of the rest of the ticket Is as follows Lieutenant governor South Trlmbjj attorney gen eral John K Hendrlck superintend cut of public Instruction HL Q jVIa n is i REAL ESTATE I have a farm containing 74 acres next to this pike and in reach of Boron College This is a very good feral It has a large house on it good water good barn andII good orchard There are 15 acres in grass This farm is worth more thou I ask for it There is now 4 acres in tobacco on tho place that is as fiuo as there is in Madison county Any ono minting this place will do well to call nod e see J P Blohuoll at once I also have improved and unimproved lots in Boron for sale I can furnish you with anything you want farm 1mfeplemauts furtilizur Wubor wagons buggies paints roofing stud anti galvanized I miiko a specialty in put ting on roofing If you will call at mystore I will show your tho latest best and most economical oil stoves that are on tho market A perfect beauty and a great comfort to tho lady in tilt kitchen I have n very complete lino of grocorics hardware dry goods clothing anti if you want a good suit of olothufl at very little money come and sib me J P BICKNELLR- eal Estate Agent BOREA KENTUCKY rrg- rrrrrrprrrrrrrvrrrrrvrrrX OvrrrtrtvrritrrKvKKrreleKrrat I WHO SAID GROCERIES I IShe ought to have said it through the telephone No 33icalled in persbn and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON i When you want good things nt low prices hes the a to talk with mani o 20 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 a 5iw12 Pint Cups 15 g All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon v All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon ai Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store IV 5 i1115t itRAieARkitilititiritAAititill o SlAhieRitAiIAA +IAylAir71Ail7eVfitkAtx frey secretary of state Hubert YfMoI land auditor Henry M Ho worth treasurer Ruby M Lattoea cofamls slener of agriculture In doubt The democrats will likely toes one in the oottcreisiooal delegation as it is practically conceded that Richard ion dm is defeated In the Third dis met Kehoe is probably defeated lathe THnth but that district Is already represented by a republican Claims of election by tram SOOO to 1909 are made by the chief workers of both MeCreary and Ileckham One of the Merest surprise of the came In Louisville MeCreary ear rled the city and couaty by 7117 Hays alto won out here getting a plurality irf 916 with five precincts eut MASSACHUSETTS Doston Nov 7Th republicans attar a short but spirited campaign were victorious In the state election Gov Guild being reelected by a con siderably increased plurality District Attorney John B Moran of fiestas tat candidate of the democratic sad prohl bitten parties and Independence league received a somewhat larger ogle than that given the democratic candidate a year ago The republicans reelected their en tire state ticket although Lieut GOY Upper fell considerably behind Gov Guild The next legislature will be republican by the usual large majority in both houses and this will Insure the election of United Stator Senator Mur ray Crane who Is at present complet- Ing a brief teem- SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston S C Nov 7Tl1o eke tlon held In South Carolina was with out Incident and a very small vote was cast Gov F M Ansell dem and the en tire state fleet was elected thin only opposition belnc J L Chandler who received half a hundred socialist votes Seven democratic congressmen were elected five without opposition TENNESSEE Nashville Tenn Nov 7Ueportll from over tho state Indicate a large falling oft In the republican vote and that the majority of Patterson dour for governor will approximate 30000 The congressional results are W Drownlow rep Nathan W Hale rep John A Moon dom Cordell Hull dem W C Houston dom J W Gaines dam L P Padget 111111- 1J C H McCall rop or T W Hlms dem Finis J- 4 Garrott dom 0 W Gordon demo VIRGINIA Bristol Va Nov 7 Practically com plete returns from 12 of the 14 counties composing the Ninth congressional district give Slept top a majority of about 100 The remaining counties may III crease this load but both sides claim a victory NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh N C Nov 7ln North Carolina tho vote was light but call mated to be democratic by about 30000 The Eighth district Is doubtful with two counties showing democratic gnlus of 400 over two years ago The Tenth district Is close with thQ democrats slightly In the lead WEST VIRGINIA 7parUIIjreturns A t LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan I 1006 DallyLoavoArrive ItialInond410a m Arrive Paris 628 n m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train Z Dally Leave Borea124 p m Arrive Richmond200 p m Arrive Paris 330 p m Arrive Cincinnati 010 p in Doing South Train 3 Dally Leave Boron121 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m DallyLoavoArrive Knoxville 730 a m noSuTTInumdertar aedcaelea btlwren Clncionall tad JLaoc itilc la beth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent For Sale f laudi t rani county line 2i or 3 miles west from Boron adjoining tho land of Frouk Taylor I also have one eorg hum mill and evaporator at my place I wish to sell Call on or address mo at Kirksvillo Ky JAMES R HENRY Farms for Sale Iiftyncro farms In Mississippi goodlandPrice J1COO to 2000 according to improvements Five years time no interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer good references For particularsaaddress Southern Natchez Miss fib FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning1 TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer ITp PUIIK A POII1 IN ONB PAY carpwOaOYna l 107 Joo t J T i I iBORNE TO THE GRAVE GRUDGE AGAINST CHURCH AND KIN BY LORD SCULLY OISENHERITS ALL HIS DAUGHTERS i Bestowing His Millions on His Second Spouse Family Sided With Priests Regarding His Contentions Washington Nov 2f l ivomy threo daughters by my first wlteMary and Julia both of whom as I hear have boon married und Kath leen and each of them nothing what ocver my will and meaning being ab 0111anlltheir child children and their descend anta Ido this for superabundant rea sons which I forbear to particularize hereIn this emphatic language of his will William Scully by birth an Irish peer who renounced his tltio to become an American citizen and who died on Oc tober 20 a multimillionaire land own r declares tho resentment lie bore for his children and his unbending determination that they should have none of his vast wealth Lord Scullys J will disinheriting his offspring and bestowing his fortune absolutely upon his second wife Mir E Angola Scully was mod In the probate court bore A note of tenderness softens the somber text of tho will for after his unequiv ocal disinheritance of his offspring Lord Scully says I recommend here however Kath Icon tho youngest of them to the kind IIlIavoMrs Scully Father C W Kothnto and Frederick Trapp both of Lincoln III anti Lord Scullys youngest son Frederick when ho attains the ago ot 21 are namod as executors of tbo will Tho bond which any of them may give either ae executor or agent is limited 4o 10000 Lord William Scully was entitled to Uw tWo from lord Thomas Scully f Ireland and he received all of tin tatters huMlBgs These ho bestowed M lila eldest sn Thomas who U 4bwt M years of age now Mar Uwa W years MO Ix nl Wil liam Srally pot Into great difficulty wftk the tenantry and p aaiilry on the ovtly estate In Ireland and Oil church MINK with the temuilrr LorJ Seulljr WH subjected to pmMcutioBi tIC MriotM that us came to Anwrlca sad soon afterward his flrst wife who- IIIdI aUe wlUt the church died nit d giit0n by this marriage were part to Uw perMeations to which their fatlwr wag RNbJ ct8d TIlls pxpUlns hi tearing them out of hU will Mf Hrally became an American eftlMti lat 1801 boaus he was got tlnK okl and btonyse of the passage of tJae niton law which Imposed heavy taxation upon nil aliens holding prop erty In the United States In addition to hit holdings In IHI nU IM IMM very extensive holdings C a Nebraska and North waat Missouri and big wlfa wished that her children might share anti share alike In her hftlnndi estate POLICE STONED DY STRIKERSm Automobiles Wrecked Dy Chauffeurs Who Object To NonUnlon Subs ittvf York Nov 2 Police reserves from two sUttons Wore called out to quell a riot started by the striking chauffeur of the New York Transpor tnl6ixCoTlip fIrst trouble began In l Thirtysixth street and Eighth avenue mull n motor car belonging to tho lUenIi Tlu trlkcra had caused tQ bo placed a largo coal wagon driven by two mom diagonally across the street and when Jho automobile reached that J point a crowd of several hundred men I Hurrounded tho car pulled the chauf feur from his seat completely wrecked the automobile and filled the air with clones and other missiles Two special officers on bicycles who were In the employ of the transporta tion company drew their revolvers and drovoj offtlie mob The uiitlro reserves of ono police station Moon appeared on the scene but this seemed only to make the mob 4 snore dospcrato and tho police wero charged upon Tho reserves then retired anti a now automobile which had been telephoned for arriyod to take tho wrecked machine jarc to tho garage The atrlkorg again attacked tho ma chine Jerked the chauffeurs from tho seat ami beat them unmercifully At this point reserves arrived on the scorn nud dispersed the rioters Casualties Show increase Washington Nov2Tho accident bulletin Issued by tho Interstate c6m nieico commission for the three months ended June 80 shuws the total number- of casualties to passengers nml Em ployes while on duty to bo 16037 as Against 18290 reported In tho preced ing three months Venice inundated Venice Nov iThis city Is Inun dated with rain The Placo St Marc has been converted by tho high tide Into n lake In which gondolas are float lag The tide penetrated Into the streets completely stopping land traf tIc Needle Thrust Into Hit Heart Now York Nov 2 Gulsntpl Morel 10 n leading member ot ho Dlack Hand lies dead In tho morgue hav fag boon killed by tho ancient method of having a poisoned nwclo pusUoJ Into his heart REACHED THE FARTHEST NORTH BEAT ABRUZZIS RECORD BY NEARLY ONE DEGREE Peary Sends a Message From tho Arctics Telling of Hit Ppleward Travel on Sledges NoW York Nov LTho Stars and Stripes have fluttered nearer to itho north polo than tho emblem of any other nation end Commander Robert B Peary USN has won for his country tho distinction of having one of her eons going further north than any human being lear undaunted by his former ex periences In battling against tho froz en north has forged his way In tho specially constructed vessel Roosevelt poloI way men after having been baffled In his flight to reach tho elusive pole A vivid dispatch was received from tho explorer by Herbert L Urldgeman secretary of tho Peary Arctic club Tho dispatch Is dated Itopedale Labrador It camo via Twllllngatc Now foundland From all I can gather said Mr Drldgcman I believe Commander Peary Is returning Poary In 1902 went to Uio 84 degrees 17 minutes north This tlmo ho pIling ed to 87 degrees C minutes beating his own record by 2 degrees 49 min ute and bettering tho record of tho Duko dAbrtizzfa expedition by about 34 milesthus wresting the much Bought honor for tho United States Story of Privations Brief terse and modest Pearys dis patch tolls tho story better than any longer document It Is as follows Hopedale Labrador via Twlllln gate N P Nov 2 190C Herbert L Drldgomun Hoosovelt wintered North Coast Greenland somewhat North Alert winter quarters Went north with sledges February via Heckla and Colombia Delayed by open water between 84 and S5 degrees dllYaI destroyed caches with supporting bodies and drifted due east Reached 87 degrees C minutes north latitude over Ice drifting steadily eastward Returning ate eight dogs Drifting eastward Delayed by upon water Reached North Coast Greenland In straightened condition Killed musk oxen and returned along Greenland rout to ship Two raitpwUtie ptrtieA driven on north coast Greenland One rescued by me In starving condition After one week recuperation on Roosevelt I sledged west completing north coast Grantland and reached other land near IGOth meridian Homeward voyage Incessant battle with Ice Morass and luadwIndsRooso veil magnificent lee fighter and sea boat No deaths or Illness In ox pool Lion PEARY This succinct dispatch came unex pectedly and brought joy to thohearts Interested In the fate of tho man who practically has devoted his life to the attempt of flying tho flag of tho union to tbo breeae at the extreme northern end of the earth whore the foot of no man has yettrodG- OVERNMENT TO AID JAPS In Their Fight To Secure Admission To Public Schools San Francisco Nov IThe govern ment at Washington hu taken stops to aid the Japanese of this city In their fight to secure admission to the Iub lie schools of San Francisco United States Attorney General Moody has Instructed United States District Attorney Robert T Devlin to lend his aid to Attorneys R M Pick ort and Masujl Mlyakawa represent- Ing tho Japanese community In the In junction proceedings that have been brought In tho circuit court to compel the board of education to allow Japan ese children to enter any of tho schools of tho city to which white chil dren aro admitted Rockefeller Donates New York Nov 3It waa announc pd that John D Rockefeller has mado to the American Baptist Homo Mission society a conditional gift of 175000 toward tho rebuilding of destroyed and Injured churches In arid about San Francisco Tho condition Is that tho society shall raise as much moro by April 1 Flywheel Breaks Kills Two Men Nashville Tenn Nov 3An en glno In tho factory of the Standard candy factory of this city ran away and a big flywheel wont to pieces A flying ppojo brained Crockott a ne= gre fireman and the same pieco Btrucc Dewltt Dortch the negro watchman cutting his throat and breaking his back More Bodies Recovered Atlantic City N J Nov 3The bodies nf two additional victims of tho Thoroughfare nccldont were recovered by divers Ono of the bodies Is sup posed to be that of A A Todesco of Now York ned tho other that of Mrs Sallnn Miller of Philadelphia Trade Press OUt era 111 Session New York Nov 3The American Trado Press association tho member ship of which embraces the leading technical and class publications held Its annual muetlng at tho Hardware club A sot of officers for tho ensu ing year woro elected Victory For Reformers London Nov 3The triennial elec tions of the London boroughs coun ells have resulted In an overwhelming victory for the municipal reformers who In some of tho boroughs absolute ly wiped out tho ptos csslvca A NEW ZION PLANS FOR THE LARGEST RELIO IOUS COLONV frJ TfiE WORLD VOLIVIA ANNOUNCES IN A SPEECH Says His Church Will Ds a Mundane Power With Leading Place In Politics and Trade Chicago Nov GWllbur Glenn Vo llva opened his heart to a company of his followers In Kenosha and told of his plans for the erection of a nov Zion which he would make tho great ost religious colony In the world Tho plan of Vollva is to bring together again the scattered forces of Zibn City In his Kenoaha address Vollva started to talk On Tho Kingdom of God and thciihc outlined his project At tho climax of his oration ha qual tiled his faith so far as to threaten that If his religious plans should prove Impracticable he would becomo an In fidel and smash tho orthodox churches I am not as yet ready to glvo my policies to tho world In n written state ment ho said but In a few weeks I wilt Issue a statement which will make their heads swim at Zion City Theso policies of mine shall be as different from thoso of John Alexander Dowie as day Is from night The first command that shall bp observed In the new city Is absoluto freedom from debt Neither Zion nor a man In Zion shall owe a cent John Alexander DowIe went Into debt and this sent him to the devil Cleans Up a Mess In the last ten years John Alexander Dowlo received from his followers between 112000000 anti 110000000 and with this great hoard he made of Zion a gigantic failure Simply glvo me one third of this amount and I will make of Zion tho greatest success that the world baa ever known In Zion now he continued t am cleaning up a horrible mess and I am going to make changes soon that will bring Into Zion tens of thousands of persons and her support will bo oven greater than In the halcyon days of Dowle I am going to make ZIon n world power Some time not far din tant I shall organise a political party ondZlon If I am to dictate her future will go Into the world of commercial ism end politics It Is my plan to establish colonies I know not where at this time la which the homeless and friendless of Bhnnjhaoland 4o which I will be able to In vlto the homeless of the world and ask them to take twentyacre tracts and to oarn an honest living To their question as to the rent for the land there wilt bo but one reply This Is Gods land and for Gods people Vollva made a drastic attack on the orthodox churches and declared I have no use for your churches not one Iotaand If the churches of the day represents tho modern religion 1 will take tho platform as an Infidel and smash them He declared that In his now Zion thoro would be no place for caste or position and that every man would bo equal In the church and before his tel low men GENERAL UPRISING Of the Northern Indians Is Feared By Duffalo Bill Cody Wyo Nov GA general con splracy among the Northern Indians U feared by William F Cody Buffalo I1II1 tho scout who knows their ways better than any one else Hearing that runners were going among them ho left his home hero anti will first bolt a conference with tho Ute who are now In the company of States troops UnittllI TwentyNine Couples Charle town S C Nov 5 first tlmo since the civil war an immi grant vessel the steamship Wlttekind arrived hero with 476 cabin and steer ago passengers from Bremen being tho first of what will probably prove a permanent line Of steamers between Charleston and Ilremcn carrying pas sengers and freight An Incident of tho voyage was the marriage of t9 couples by Commissioner Watson who Is a notary Smallpox on a Whaler San Francisco Nov GTho whal ing schooner Monterey Cupt Foley arrived from the north Early In the ern Iso smallpox in epidemic form broktf om among the crow Sixteen men Including Capt Foley contracted tho disease and somo of the cases re suIted fatally rho vessels catch was but ono whale Fatal Duel In New York Now York Nov C Salvatore Volas was shot to death In a pistol duel on tho east side A big crowd watched the light but tho Italian with whom Volaz exchanged shots succeeded In making his qscape Millions In Danger Plttsbunr Nov 6Fire threatened tho destruction of tho Carnegie Insti tuto valued at 0000000 Tho fire originate I In the power room In the basement from defective electric wires and was extinguished after damaging the building to tho extent ot 10000 Trust Buys Oil Lands Shreveport La Nov 5Tho Stand ard Oil Co has bought 42 acres In the Caddo City oil fields 25 mllos nortr ol Shreveport and will begin opera tlons at once ln the devclopmiut oi the property = J EFFECT OlN FINANCE TRADE BALANCES MATTERS OF REAL CONCERN Mn Annual Excess of Exports Over Imports Averaging More Thanhalf a Billion Dollars Means Much to the Financial Strength of the Unit ed States The Influence of a protective tariff upon national finances U rarely recognized by financial writers It Is never recognized by free trado writers Fi flanders realize tho Importance of favorable trade balances but apparently give little or no thought tu to their cause Bankers are not as a rule econ omists They appreciate for example the enormous value of credit balances in our IntermUonal trade averaging 500000000 a year In tho past nine yearn of protection but they are apt to overlook the fact that It fsonl1through adequate protection that such balances are that because of protection these balances must be paid in cash or cash credits instead of being met by exports of commodi tiesFree traders have a purpose In con protectionseldom can bo Induced to mention a favorable trade balanco at all and when they do It Is generally to Insist that trade balances are of little con sequence one way or the other But It would seem that the men who make finance their life work and their life study ought all of them to bo stal wart protectionists and that no banker could by any possibility bo a free trader Bearing upon this ques Ion tho following from a financial review In le New York Evening Post of recent date Is of Interest With our bankers using their for eign credit on the scale employed this jjar 1500000000 In short maturities is ono current estimatethe course of the foreign trade balance Is a mat ter of real concern Last Monday produced tire August statement it Is far more reassuring than Julys Tho export balanco runs beyond that of August In any year since 1901 This result Is obtained not through de creased Imports these exceed by nearly 10000000 any August on the recordbut by a stilt greater rise In export trade The question then Is loft can we rely on continuance of this movement Apparently with our great crops and the active demand for nil merchandise abrond we can Our International bankers have staked much on that result It is something unusual to be told by the Evening Post that the course of the foreign trade balance Is a mat tor of root concern It was never otherwise titan a matter of the greatest concern to tho finances of a coun try which outside of the Immediate 500000000 in short maturities has annual fixed charges to meet amount Ing to about 400000000 mado up of Interest and dividends on foreign investments in tho United States for eign freight charges for hauling American commerce going and com ing mooney spent abroad by American travelers and money sent abroad by naturalized citizens to needy relatives abroad With these annual fixed charges there was need of our average of 500000000 excess of cxiwrtn over Imports If that excess should fait much below 500000000 wo should fall Into debt to foreigners This would indeed be a matter of real concern when piled on top of tho 500000000 of socalled short matur- Ities which must be taken care of We find that for tire 12 months end- Ing with August wtf sold of ouf prod ucts to foreigners 1709417898 and bought foreign products amounting to 1554399735 leaving a balance itl qur favor of 505078163 It may bo remarked by tire way that tho total of cur foreign trade for the 12 months exclusive of our dealings with Hawai Porto Rico and tho Philippines about 80000000 was 3013S1 GS3 How do wo have that balanco of 605078163 coming our way Wo sometimes wonder If the American financiers who must take care of tho 500000000 or more of short maturi ties over ask themselves this ques lion Wn wonder If any of them thinks that we should have these 500000000 annual trade balance coming our way with a tariff revised downward for the purpose of promot ing foreign competition with a tar lit for revenue only or with no tariff at nil We wonder If any or all of tho financiers rightly appreciate tho Im merse consequence of favorable trade bnroa made possible iinrcly by the protective policy of restricting Im ports Crushed Again Tho tariff ripping and reciprocity shouting proclivities of Mr Eugene V Foss do not seem to have appealed itrongly to the Republican votors ot Massachusetts He has been badly snowed under at the prlmnrl s In the contest for nomination as for tho lieutenant cnndldatoI tho honor and compliment of Inatlon htwr beon bestowed upon tbej present incumbent Mr Eben S Draper a business titan who has the good sense to realize that protecUon Is a broad national policy which can not bo manipulated to the advantage 3f special sections or interests It would scum to be full tlmo that Mr Foss changed his base Ho has had repeated intimations that his devo lion to tariff reduction and reciprocity Is not apprec ted by thu Republican voters of Massachusetts He should tare beltor In tbo Donlo ratl party He eoulrt not easily faVo worse i I GARDNERS ABSURDITY Like the Dog Who Dwpped the Real lions for the One In the Water Mr Gardner is In favor of twp manges In the Dlngley law according to Irma BlaterafaL He wants free hides nni free sole leather Every thing else ho would leave as His Mr Gardner represents A district which Is about as largely engaged in the making of boots and shoes as the state of Iowa Is In raising corn bogs and cattle Tho finished products of Mr Gardners constituents that Is to soy boots and shoes are adequately protected by the Dingley law They In common with all manufacturers have been doing bettor than they ever did before but they aro not satisfied with their Just apportionments of the benefits of protection they want more They want free hides and free sole leather In other words free raw material They want this not In order to make boots and shoes cheaper to tho consumer but to Increase their own profits The interests of tho cat tIe raiser do not count with them The cattle raiser has his share of protection In the duty on hides he Is perfectly willing that the boot and shoo manufacturers shall bnv their share of protection on their finished products But Congressman Gardners constituents want to despoil these pee ple to enrich themselves and so their representative comes out for Just a simple change In tho Dlngley schedules free hides and free sole leather The rest is satisfactory to him At tIre closo of his statement he takes a fling at certain other gentlemen who are selfishly demanding the sacrifice of some other interests to enrich themselves He seems to be utterly oblivious that his own proposition Is the quintessence of sclfflshness and provincialismThe Interview shows us Just what woula happen If we should undertako revision at the present time It would be Impossible for Gardner to get what ho wants be cause his scheme involves the ma nipulation of schedules for the benefit of a single Industry without taking into account the Just claluu of any others Thoro are other congressmen no doubt who have pets Just as Gard nor has but they are of a totally dif ferent variety They would be found favoring a tariff law framed with an oyo single to their pet schemes They would tell Gardner that he was a- very hog for selfishness They would bo as contemptuous of tho Massachu setts boot and shoe tuna as he Is of those who are seeking to promote investments In Canada and Newfound land by means ot tariff changes- It Is these special interests seeking special and unwarranted advantages that have furnished the sinews of war for tho political agitators Tho cru sado for reciprocity with Canada was financed by the International lIar vester trust the reciprocity mvo ment that was inaugurated in order to force congress to yield to the threats of Germany was financed by the beef trust Tho boot and shoe manufacturers are no doubt willing to pay for tho dissemination of liter ature in favor of free hides and so It goesThese several selfish Interests might better save their money If tho next tariff law is framed by a Re publican congress it will not be matte up with an eye single to tho interests of tho Massachusetts boot and shoo manufacturers those of the Inter national Harvester trust nor yet those of the Beef trust Tho principles un derlying any Republican tariff will be those underlying the Dlngley tariff law duet among which is adequate protection for every American Indus try If the Democrats have the tank ing of tho next tariff law they will If they are true to their principles de prive every American Industry of pro tection for that is what a tariff for avenue only means Fellows of tho Gardner typo had bolter remember the story of the fool dog who lost jim bone he had In his mouth for what seemed to him to bo a bigger one but which turned out to bo nothing but a shadow Cedar Rapids Republican SWIM OUTI YOURE OVER YOUR HEAD No Call for Tariff Revision Fiddlesticks Who la suffering because of lack of tariff revision The country was never more prosperous than now and never has there been so little discontent or dissatisfaction with prevalent conditions Nobody of any consequence Is complaining of the tariff save the politicians and that Is to bo expected Manchester lLPress Thoro are Republican voters to be won by attacking trusts but there arc not cnousb Republican votes In i revenue tariff campaign to carry Ho boltcn Hooklyn Eagle SPURGEONS LITTLE SONG Tea welt rob the poor man of his beev insteadWell feet headWeIiGive him water thats sparkling ana clear faceForFOR THE STUDY OFALCOHOL Physicians Unite for the Study of Alcohol and Other Narcotics Something like 200 of the molprominent physicians in this conn try orgnnlzatlon Other Narcotics The society bats led the world in the investigation of tills Important portion of medical science The leading spirit Is Dr S D Crothers of Hartford Conn who bas expertIncotic disease who serves as secretary and as editor of thlr wellknown quar terly Journal of Inebrlty nov pub lished In this city The president Is Prof W S Han of our Northwestern university and Dr II 0 Marcy or this city Is honorary president Dr T H McNlcholl a Now York Meth odist is one of the vice presidents TIre society met in New York city during the past week for Its thirty fourth annual session Important pa pers were presented by experts on various phases of tho topios Involved Prof Hall in the annual address treated The Influence of Narcotics upon Metabolism and brought outa new definition of alcohol calling It a protoplasmic poison Dr Marcy la a luminous paper discussed Tho In fluence of Inebrlty In Railroad Acci dents Dr J H Kellogg spoke on The Effects of Alcohol on Digestion Dr L D Mason of Brooklyn on Tho Psychic Treatment of Inebriates anti Dr Crothers on Tho Teachings of Alcohol In School Books Other Impor taut papers were given by others It is encouraging to find a band oC Christian physicians occupying the highest rank in scientific scholarship studying and writing on such subjects as those discussed at the Boston meeting ZIous Herald Some Temperance Logic We often hear a man say If I want to drink It Is no business of the public At first that sounds reason able It would seem that a man has a right to spend his own money to 1 suit his own taste and abuse his own stomach If ho wants to do so But when you look around at the mental financial and physical wrecks caused by whisky wrecks which the publicImust care for and support looks different Honor bright now dont you believe tho public has some right to say how a man shall spend his own money if in spending it he II likely to bring himself and family to want Mankato Kan Advocate No Help for Drinking Engineers Grand Chief Stone of the Brother rec2ntlynothing for the engineer who Is tILt charged because of drinking I would not hire a man who drinks neither ort or on duty if I were in that position Soma men say it makes no difference to the company what a man does when ho is off duty but I tell you that it does The company wants men who come on duty In possession of every faculty and not affected by drink taken either while at work or daring the hours in which engineers are sup posed to get their rest Deer Not a Soft Drink Tho brewers have adopted a plat form Here is one plank Education 1 of the people to tho value of beer as a temperance drink A temperance I drink eh Wo heard exJudgo Stubbs of tho Indianapolis police court say that 90 per cent of tho drunkenness of tho city was duo to beer Whea these gentlemen prove that fire will not burn that a copperhead Is not poisonous or that smallpox Is not con tagious wo will then entertain tho 1 proposition that beer Is a soft drink In the meantime we will continue to think otherwise Western Christina Advocate 4Why the Masses Are Poor In a recent notable sermon oa I Why the Masses In Now York Are Poor Rev Dr Madison C Peters i said It Is estimated that New York spends 1000000 a day for liquor most ot It bad which amounts to I more than half as much as the amount required to run the entire governmenttof tho United States Tho annual drink bill of New York Is more thaa I the entire amount received for tariff I The Interest on tho citys drink bill I ut four per cent Is nearly equal to the Income of ail the universities and coK leges In tho United States I Pope Plus Against RUMrPope Pius favors total i Ho doubtless has observed that the spiritual life is not fostered by IndiA genco in strong spirits c A Noble Resolve itI cannot consent as your queen to take revenue from that which destroys the souls and bodies of my subjects Queen ot Madagascar Power of Local Option Ninetyeight municipalities In Can ada have recently banished 231 sb loons nv local nntlonJ I T roaooooooooaooooooooooooos East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else 0 o no oomiponltBC pnbliihed anise tlgatt ia tan by the writer The acmeo It sot for pnbacnoa but ee aa ni4ace of good fJth Write pUlnlj o oooooaooaooo HADISOR counrr 1HIEYFUS Oct 31Davls Monday and Arch Murray of Kingston attended church hero Sunday night B W Lain and Mrs Ellzi 11111 made a business trip to Richmond TiiesdayAlmer Lakes who is teaching school at Red Lick visited home folks Sunday Lewis Sandlln and wife of Kingston and Anna Jones of Ohio were the guestsPowell Thursday of last week meeting which has been going on at the flap tist Church for ten days member day night with nineteen new with our regular pastor James Par sonsLawrence and Martha Powell Mrs F M Jones and Flossie Baker 1were In Berea shopping Friday Ida of Bertha Og- n1 Berea SundayWnUe and QeorRe 1 lagers visited L C Powell last week rtha Baker visited Pearl win Sun yFlossie Baker was the guest of tttha Sunday night Claud idd visited Roy Hudson Saturday ight Mr and Mrs T M Jones and W B Baker were the guests of Lawrence Powell Sunday George 1IJIl the deputy sheriff of this place undertook to arrest William Turner Red Lick Turner refused to give 1upand Hill shot and killed him Ten to twelve shots were discharged between the two parties Bose Lain and wife were the guests of Tommle Guess SundayLOCUST BUAXCU Oct 30 Johnnie Gentry and wife returned from Ohio last week where they have been for several months Horace Caldwell visited Beach Grove- i Sunday School last Sunday and gave an Interesting talk Willie Gentry and family have gone to Illinois Elys mother and sister visited nSturday and uSnday Little Nan IDoraScaff who has been very sick Is Emma Kindred Is stay Mrs John Todds at Panola Thero is some talk of Mr Douglass Young moving back to Red Lick Mr I Tom Alexander was visiting on Red Lick SundayLlhu Turpen Is still very slckLltUe Herbert Kindred who has had the whooping cough Is able to be out again Tom Kindred wa tho guest of J B Kindred Sunday J M Kindred went to Richmond on Friday to purchase a horse and buggy and has not returned yetNora Gentry is vlsltlnc her parents this weekCash Powell has moved to Ohio Emmett Miller and wife are visiting In this vicinity The Sunday r school is progressing at Bench Grove T A Coyle spent Sunday night at J B Kindreds Mrs Ed Rose Is sick with rheumatismCOMBS Oct 3LJohn B Kindred and wife vent Saturday at Godfrey Isaacs Mrs sacst very slckEbb Cox the wrchant and his wife spent Thursday eht at the home of Willie Rucker d made a business trip to Berea Way Julo Webb and family are vlng back to Clay county this week olan Kindred has returned from lo His friends have given him a cost hearty welcomeZepra Cox Is ilting r laUves at NeedmoreEd so Is having a beautiful barn built rmlna Garrett was the west of rile Nervla Kindred last week The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Jim Rogers has been vcrv sick but is Im provingSolan and Raleigh Kindred are making their molasses together I this yearLeltha Irvan who cut his thumb a few days ago is sick and it is reported that his thumb wilt have to be taken ottRev J P BIcknell passed thru here on his nightand er Pond to preach Saturday c SundayThere is talk of a swinging foot bridge being built across Red Lick creekEd Crane is on the sick list this week Bill Turpen Is haul Ing for Walter GentryTom A Coyle has been engaged to cover and fence the Beach Grove SchoolhouseFlos ate Garrett Is staylnc at C M Raw llns Mrs Samlra Hunter was the guest of Susanah Kindred J B Kin dred and Ed Rose made a business trip to Berea Monday IIICKOKY PLAINS Nov GlIIrs Klah McKeehan has cen sick with La Grippe for the past w weeksJlm T Cornelisons wife 3 sbn spent Sunday with Mrs Cor Isons mother Mrs Mary Burdette rvlne Baker and family will short move to their new home purchased near PanolaMrs Minnie Mitchell and children spent Sunday with Mrs Emily Barker Oracle and Stella Dan iels spent Sunday with Pearl Adams I Mr and Mrs May Ponder and baby are visiting Mrs Ponders parents Mt and Mrs Dan Maupln The baby Is recovering from a very bad cold Miss Margaret Adams of Whites Sta tion spent Sunday with Emily Bar rett at Mote Julia Johnson of Be rea was the guest of Jennie and Liz zie Burdette over Sunday Mrs Irvine Baker left yesterday for a visit to her children at Lexington Richard Klm brel Is recovering from his Illness of month or twoMaggle Adams is visI- ting her sister at Whites Station W M Smith has been given the see lion atWhites Station and will move shortly to the section house Oliver Maupln spent Sunday with Mary Wil son DULUTH Nov LDirs Bill Turner who returned with her sons to Illinois Is i well satisfied and writes fqr Mr Turner to come So he Is selling out t and contemplates going soon His son John Turner goes away soon to Ohio where he expects to look out a place to move to and then send for his family Mr and Mrs Sut Melton parentsMrrelatives They will leave soon to c visit the home of Mr Meltons par beenytsitingheroed on Thursday last Mr and Mrs Fred Lakes Mr and Mrs Sut Melton and Mr and Mrs Klnzle were the nests of Mr and Mrs John Lamb on Amday of last weekEmmett Miller i Solan Kindred from Ohio are j 1I J wvuwuwwwwwwuwwwuwwwwwuwww back on a visit Several from this place attended preaching services at Dreyfus on Monday night and witnessed an impressive scene which re suited In the death of Will Turner byDeputydertook to arrest Turner and his refusing to give up caused the dlschargi of revolvers The firing of guns much alarmed those within and on approaching the door the first sight that met justbeforotown the same night and gave himself Turner was taken homo and burledwcdncsdny at Red Lick grave yard CLAY COUNTY There will be an election in Claj County on December 8th to deck whether or not saloons shall be shut out of the county Let the temper ance people be alive to their chance of getting this cause out of their county and also of making new con vorts to their cause If they are de feated it will bo a shameful defeat JACKSON COUNTY IIUIILEY Nov 2Wo are having some very cold windy weather at present Poo pie of this vicinity are nearly finished digging Irish potatoes Edward Gab bard dug nearly fifty bushels out of one pafch Jacob Gabbard Sr and John Lake and others went to Me Kee Monday on business Klzzle Isaacs our school teacher and Tom mle Angel visited Ellen Roberts Sun day Lewis Lake Sr of Horse Lick visited Dave Gabbard of this place on Sunday night and went to McK- eMondayWilliam Gabbard Is all big smiles over the arrival of a fine boy Monday Mrs Lillie Moore visited Sire Jacob Gabbard Sr Sunday ev ening Old Uncle Cornelius Roberts Is very poorly at this writing Slthd Hurst of Birch Creek and Mrs Lell lab Morris of Hooten Branch visited Mrs W M Hurley Sunday David Gabbard Is building Jacob Gabbard Sr a chimney Dave says he Is getting mighty tired of the chimney business Mr and Mrs W M McCollum Mrs Paul Gabbard 1 Mrs Edward Gabbard have gone sawn to Garrard county to visit friends and relatives this weekMrs Letha Gabbard and little daughter Vergla visited their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard Tuesday Maggie Fields who has been visiting her sister Mrs Sarah McCollum for the last two weeks has returned to her home on Black WaterHobart Mallcot the little grandson of Edward Gabbard Is very sick this week Mrs Lell lah Moore is having a new barn built SItha L Gabbard visited her sister Mrs Letha Gabbard Thursday evening We are glad to say Mrs Susan J Johnson who has been sick so long Is somewhat hotter Mrs Anthill Roberts was the guest of Sirs Rachel Gabbard Tuesday William Hurley who was visiting friends and rein lives at London last week returned home Sunday evening William says he had the best time he ever read of BULLET SCARS On Walls of Nearly Every Room In the Arlington Hctel Destroyed by File Lexington KyThe Arlington hotel owned by County Judge Sewell Taul bee at Jackson Breathitt county was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 5000 partially Insured The tire was caused by a defective flue Before the feudal trials in Breathltt and other counties several encounters occurred nt this hotel between members of rival factions On one occasion Tom Cock rill and Curt Jett emptied revolvers at each other in the dining room and nearly every room In the house had bullet marks on the walls According to the confessions of Moses Faltner and Aeberry Spicer plots were laid at the hotel by Curt Jett Tom White Spicer John Smith and John Abner to engage James Cockrlll in a card game and kill him They also said plots were made there to assassinate James B Mareum Dr B D Cox the first man killed in the latter part of the Breathltt war was killed near the Arlington and J B Marcum lived next door to the hotel when he was assassinated WHO IS HE Kentucky Land Recorded as the Property of an Unknown Owensboro KyIs there any such man as George Eberhardt For 30 years a deed purporting to convey 240 acres of land to him has stood of record In the once of the clerk of the Davie county court but nobody canto found who ever heard of such a man During most of that time the land has been occupied by Philip Soberer who thought he had a clear title A few days ago he made a contract to sell the land but In making an ab tract of the Utleran across a prior deed to Eborhardt He has flied suit to quiet his Utle alleging that there never was such a man as George Eber hardt and that the wing purporting to be a deed to him v made by the former owner A S Htembrldge to prevent his wife from recovering all mony from him The Journal Broke Fulton KyIn an Illinois Central road wreck near this place James Rig Jon engineer of Hazelhurst Miss was Instantly killed two negro em ployes were fatally Injured and the companys loss was high The break lag of a Journal caused the accident BURNING SPRINGS SCHOOL Lorimer Baptist College Which Was Pur chased by Berea Doing Splendid Work r As a Model Elementary School The Clay County Teachers Association Meets There SaLur day November 17th The Teachers Association of Clay county Is to meet at Burning Springs JlreIparingmeeting will be one of the most Im portant educational gatherings ever held In Clay county The first hour of the morning will be devoted to an exhibition of the work of the students In the Burning Springs Model School There is nI great deal regarding education to learned at Burning Springs The first lesson of course Is that It Is foolish COllegjunlessmeans at hand to make a which It will really pay studentsschoolIa distance to attend Great efforts and sacrifices made for the Lorimer Baptist College at Burning Springs but for lack o educational wisdom and surtlcle- ntsuprt the enterprise failed The contractors of the building lost k large part of what thev had expended and the community was disappointed But the greater thing to be learned at Burning Springs Is this that the most important thing for any com munity Is the education of Its younger children Berea College having purchased the borlmer property Is making a fine demonstration of this for the people of Clay and surrounding count ies Instead of undertaking to estab lish a college at Burning Springs lot Anton Berea is conducting a school which la strictly confined to the common branches Two districts were com blned In Burning Springs This gives a sufficiently large number of child + dren so that they can be divided Into two groups under two different teach erstone especially adapted to the younger and the other especially adapted to the older pupils For the older pupils Berea has selL ected Prof Amon Brock native of Leslie county and graduate front the Normal Department of Berea Coll for gifts and talents for the management and development of young peo pIe between the ages of eleven and sixteen What he has done for the For the younger pupils the teaches is Miss Emma Haagen who was edu cated at one of the best Normal schools In Pennsylvania and toolsubsequent work at the famous school at Oswego N Y For snmo 03rs shi was employed In the Model Schools In Berea Her love for children and childrens love for her Is evident to everyone whb steps Inside her school room Henderson Ky Congressman A O Stanley of the Second Kentucky Din trlct who Is the recognized leader of the dark tobacco growers of the state against the tobacco trust In speaking of the speech of John B Moran at Boston In which he charges that Col- lIer Weekly Is delaying the publica tion of an exposure of the tobacco trust In order to keep damaging evi dence from getting Into the hands of the Massachusetts democrats until aft er the election said ho knew that Moran Is mistaken Congressman Stanley says that Felix O Ewing tho presi dent of the Dark Tobacco Grower Protective association has been 111 for the past three weeks and for this reason Colliers Weekly has been unable to get all the Information It desired concerning the tobacco trust Roosevelt Gives Approval Washington Nov 7Presldent Roosevelt has approved tho arrange ments wade by Col Rogers of the Sixth cavalry for the settlement of tho grievances of the Ute Indians Ho will give them an audience at white house on his return from Panama Every one will see what Is the les son of the Burning Springs School under Its present administration Too often It has been the casu that coun try school has been conducted merely for the benefit of two or three older pupils who were In training to get a teachers certificate This Is a nisi wasteful proceeding In the first place while such students may be trained to the point where they can get a certificate they can never be trained to be real teachers except In a large Institution whore they can come In contact with many different Instruct ors and make the acquaintance of young teachers from other localities besides their own It Is no wonder that our schools are so uninteresting that the children tall to attend when we consider how few of our teachers have enjoyed educational advantages outside their own county But a still greater harm In the schools to which we refer Is done by neglecting the younger children When a teacher gives all his time to the attempt to tit a few of the older pu plls to get certificates the younger children am sure to suffer and the younger children are the more numer ous Many children never go to school except between the ages of six and ten If they do not learn something worth while In these few first years and become thoroly interested they drop out of school and go thru life practically without education One who visits the Burning Springs School will see how Interesting the I IInKkI a a expertence BurnlnjSprings n elementary branches may be nails to young children by skillful teachers One proof of this Is In the simple mat ter of attendance The children orate to school at Burning Springs bemuse they enjoy It No other school In the county has had so large an aUendjinee during the fall Tile average attend ance for the first month was 98 for the second month 104 for tho third month 87 for the fourth month 81 and for the fifth month It will prob ably be 100- Following the public school term there will be a subscription term of three months this year giving most superior training for the young children In the common branches In order that all children may have advantages like those at Burning Springs the following things are nec essary First well trained teachers who have a real love for the children Second two good districts combined s that there may be two teachers employed Third Improved walks and roadways so that tho children may come to school safely In all kinds of weather Fourth comfortable school houses with a reasonable outfit of desks blackboards maps and other Illustrative material We are sure the time will come when the children will move their rights in these matters I 1IlU1KenIall Aeun J Indianapolis Ind Nov 7The Indications are that tho republican state ticket will not have a plurality ex ceedlng 20000 It may go as low as 15000 Tho republican were almost stampeded by the returns since mid night but there has been a change and the outlook now Is a republican victory but the smallest margin of re cent years The republicans are so amazed that they can not explain tho slump Congressman Watson Sixth district will win by a narrow margin Gov Hanly has revised his predic lion that the state ticket would have a plurality of 40000 He now says 30 000 It may not run that high Ills revised estimate of legislature s the republicans will have only 51 In the house Complete returns may give tho democrats control of the lower branch of the legislature Tho plurality reported against Congressman Prod Landis may reach 2000- PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 7The most exciting campaign In Pennsylvania In 25 years has ended In a triumph for Edwin S Stuart rep for governor over Lewis Emery jr democrat and Lincoln party by a plurality that tho republican leaders claim will roach Q Always Remember the Full Name Lxia Bon Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwoi- pICVPEEe on dog 25c I HOUSES TO RENT For Families Educating Their Children The College Treasurer hus govern desirable dwellings to rout to families who wish to spend n torm or atom in 13orea for the benefit of their children Houses like the ulx vt containing four rooms furnished with beds tablets chairs hunting Mud cooking stoves rout for eight dollars per torm Other ltonsu containing wailed rooms or with barns and gardens for somawlmt higher rental Preference given always to families with children to oduonte For regulations suit further particulars address tho Treasurer or cull on him at his dlleo in the roar of tho Library Build ing any morning nt 015 T J OSHORNE Treasurer Seeing the Southwest- EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of the Inunjwr crops which have been raised iu Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texan and New M exion Have you couiimrml thorn with results obtained In your section T IH your work where you are bringing you iu adequate returns for the capital inveattnl and the labor expended T If not n obauge would be bMtoBoial wimp w A visit to tho southwest will open your eyes Out in OkUhotiui the lust big land opening Is won to take place farms are still very cheap in Wenteru Arkansas Northern Louisiana sail the Gulf Cost of Texas Lot us give you full Information about these sections You will want to sum then alter OU have examined our illustrated literature VERY LOW RATES FOR ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to Southwestern poInts tho First and Third Tuesdays of each month OioH Ln Can Pass Alt J N Cornttzer A 0 P A Frlico Little Rock Ark Memphis Tenn- H I McOulro Dltt Pass Alt Cincinnati 0 ROCK ISLAND FRISCO LINES ISCSSTI Ditto Tho Citizen offers unusual premiums to new subscribers and to those who will make renewals What will YOU do about your subscriptionP w PUBLIC SALE Of Valanbln Klrktlllp lron rty Having derided to chaw air leas lion sell to the hliheet bidder a onIvllle This tract of land contains about ten acres of mood rich fertile land and will be divided and offwd In three different lots and then as a whole anti the hurl bringing the inert money will be accented Lot No 1 hu a tiles now frame house with alx rooms two halls nil nicely furnished and of the beet mat erlal and all nee es rT oiithtilldliiKn With a good sized lot Tot No 2 runt talns about seven acres with a npvi er falling spring of water It IB well fenced with a new tenant house un It tot No 3 oontnln about two acres with a never falling well of wntrr nice shady yanl and a large rich gar den and n nice tforrnoni ettage newly papered with a Rwld metal roof barn with oleht stalls two cribs Terms Halt anah Quarter July let 1907 quarter January tat 190S with C per cent from day of male until paid with lien on property as sold to secure tho lant two payments with InterestThis property Is all dwlrhlp and In a good quiet neighborhood wherpI there Is no whisky of any kind Is a local option town and for peace quietness sobriety and Christianity cannot bo excelled There Is a good opening for a live niin to build and work up a graded school In Kirks vllle and for mlln Around It are a good business and thriving people In the village there Is one hank doing a good buSlrtcus ono dru r store two large general morphnnillw store one harness shop two good blicVutnlih shops two undertakers two good tlc tors four churches Baptist Method 1st Presbyterian and Christian It IB within tour milo of i railroad on a high dry healihr ridge Sale tt iegln nt 10 u m For any further Information write or call on W P Prewltt at ICIrksvllIa CHAS D SI1KPAUD J D WIS IAN W P PRKWITT Auctioneer Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or more can get some at R H Chriswaus Fur niture store YOU THINK we are advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price but you are MISTAKEN- Its just the other way We aro of fering to- GIVE YOUIia fine Fountain Pen one that you couldnt buy for less than 1150 alone and THECITIZEN one year for only 150Address The Citizen Berea Ky Lost a Bill Book A hill book containing several bills was lost yestonlay rho finder may be rewarded by leaving the same at tho Citizen office