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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w iI ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeotloeoeoeBEREA iEQ ALBERT COOKPhD Manager oe 0 o EnltTtdntl 1t tti o1JtTCIKoufCCnld 9 cltutmtUinatlrr 0 o oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeosoeo VOL VIII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 15 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 221IIDEASI From Chance M Stinson Tho friendship nt good thoughts makes good company harbor thorn Bad thoughts lead to ill health and ruin t I youIj Igood deal Ilka fish You know l- seriousflab would never get In very trouble It It kept Its mouth shut To I rule ones anger Is well to prevent It Is bettor Pleasure Is tho keynote of lirosperI ity The happiest man Is knows how to laugh and Is merry In ii I the face of tale Ho Is destined to succeed In spile of opposition Ho 4who rejoices Is always ambitious and In his heart tho prophecy of triumph und success i The truths In tho Ulblo are like gut the soil wholo giuoratlocn wall It and know not what treasures IIn hidden beneath HI John 14 If I covet any high grace It Is this upon my face just to show an inner to Illumine others night i gem J1IU Buying f Bow whiskey nnd youll reap drunk uardsEvery barroom is a recruiting office1 Tor hell hoIIIthe cellar full of whiskeyt What Is a town woman but a count woman with Sundav clothes on The biggest tool Is the woman who will set up as a barkeep for her hue band Ill wear garments made of wire tit fore Ill wear garments made at 30 cants a dozen IFftOM THE WIDE WORLD from UruMcls tho capltol of IWord says that lOng Leopold Is from lump I butt will not follow the advlr fci nlimlclan and go to Wiesbaden a famons Otrmin health rseer bwtvis i at the com lug mooting of tho Batman parlVunent his relallnns U h Congo state are to be considered If King Leopolds I j health and home w taken from him and ho WAS driven out to work hard I without food or shelter nnd then to have his hand out oft and be left to die of marvntlon and lollS of blood 1 ho would be treated much more kindly than thousands of his subjects In the Congo state have been treated with his consent In a storm that raged oft Japan hflt week 260 ooml fishing YCM U were caught near Goto Island Only 38 of these boats lived thru tho hurricane No less than 822 men wero drowned and 100 Injured M Cleraencoau tho noW premier o Prance la A In his vU tininth PbraldnfandontA1fl thf chamber of deputies In 1870 and hns the reputation of having upset more ministries than any other man in France M Cierni nceau was at time a resident of this country wit the intention of becoming a citizen but was called homo by tho Franco Prusslan war Ho Is antiRussian and pro Brltlsh In sympathy One of the leading German papers says that thero exists In Germany a fixed purpose to come to an under standing with tho United Bates in regard to a trade basis and expresses the hope that the tariff experts who are to visit Germany will como with the honest purpose of finding a prac tical basis for a commercial treaty The Gtrrann people seem to bo tully aware that there arc greet difficul ties In the path of such an under standing The French cabinet has decided to Include In Its parllamtntary program n bill providing for the abolition of till death penalty I VI OUR OWN COUNTRY A dispatch from Washington dot ed November llth states that Senator Blackburn democratic leader of the Senate believes that President noose velt will Insist on two Important moos urea In the next meeting of Congress and says that doubtless some republi cans will bitterly opposo them most of the democrats will support hrmj and thus they will win Flash ho Hovcs the president will Insist on some changes In tariff rates nnd sec ondly on the passage of nn income tax law We hope Senator Blackburn is right It la reported that just before ho left on his present trip to Panama the president again said that ho would not be a candidate for the president hal nomination In 1908 Wo hop the agalbyAn interesting and Important con InNashvilleQuartntlnConference Governor Cox of Tennessee and has StateRenatare brInglag ay south keeping out undesirable one 1 thnegroee Ing and tho trades In tho Now York election Hearst admits defeat and Hughes Is elected whllotheelected There is much meaning In tho result of this election Tho demo crane ticket and tho republican gov poopbelieVed peopleIleaat1 cities because of the powerful Influ stooforentired tll8tInterestpeople Ho wanted to becomo famous h and powerful and thought the beet lf u + 11 i ry- Yy i T r T l THE CITIZEN EVERY MAN BORN RICH A man might have a great deal of money and yet starve to death if he did not use some of it to buy food One of the greatest thinkers of modern times said My inheritance how lordly wide and broad I Time is my inheritance my secdfield is time IIIf you are rich then it depends onlyon how you spend your money whether you have all the comforts you need You have as much time as any one else You can buy with it enough to make you healthy wealthy and wise How arc you spending itor are you just throwing a good part of it away Anyone who can read can spend some time this winter visitingwith kings and presidents with the greatest poets and wisest men of all the worldor he may travel thru the United States from ocean to ocean and across into Europe end see the new and wonderful sights of the old world dow into Africa up into Russia off into India and Chinaor he may learn any trade or profession or science he likes may go to a great College or Universityall without leaving home Books and papers free in the library or for a few dimes from the bookseller will lay the world and its beauty and wisdom open before you It will cost you a great deal to get then sparyC g or swapping stories with those who know no more than you or as guest of the greatest men and women of the wort with the best books way to do It was to be the champion + f tho common people It his first am bltlon had been to be the leader and defender of the common people tho fame and power would havo como of Itself The path of duty Is the way a glory Tho Uto Indians have been kept on a barren reservation In Utah for some time and finally a few weeks altO they determined to leave and find some hunting grounds In Wyoming and Montana where there would be something Cb live on United States troops wore sent to subdue thom and drive them back to their reser ration A settlement has been made with them by which they are soon t return to their reservation In Utah Two of their chiefs are to bo heard by President Roosevelt when he re turns from Panama and ho will con sider their appeal for now hunting grounds The treatment of tho Indi ass by tho Imperious but magnanim cue white mm has been a long dark story of cruelty robbery and graft bfCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY IThe official count of votes In tho democratic primary election of taut thho jority linger tho nomination for gov ernor by over 37000 vote Winfrey tlrlnten1dentotlCommlllliooer CAnIIlldatetuna from the tenth district has boon decided Further detailed election re turns will bo found on pogo eevea Forest fires are raging In the moun bins especially In Morgan county youGold been found In Kstll county About 12000 worth of gold Is found In a ton of tho quartz examined so It will not pay poor men to rush thero to look for nuggets A company has been formed to operate tho mines ON TUB AVAIl PATH Some Prnturrt of the Ilrmmra round of the Jnmrttnwn Kiptwlllon Chicago had her Midway S Louli her Pike Portland he Exposltlun of Hampton Roads soar Norfolk Va In 1907 will have n War Path Tho scenic amusements havo much to do with making an exposition attractive and after a long weary day of sight seeing among tho exhibit palaces it Is a relief and n recreation to turn 1 tho great white way where the lights glitter tho mountebanks and soubref ten rule their merry crows where the joyous ballyhoo man bawls his In coherent buncombe where in short tho multitude Is at pity The great play ground of the Jamestown Expo sition has been named the wn Itthatconcessions lining Us dazzling streets makthellc1lUtulloobycentralblockcessions thus making a total frontage of more than a mile including the ba zaars at either end The streets are brlcleAll witttwo equal parts and makes a convent streetsA s lath4Itllrdlng lion as well ns a charming and com ptmirthThe main entrance Is flanked bY thntopen oodaIIamusements but for the most part the osthIngs thus far secured are Paul Re t y votes RIde The Destruction of San Francisco The Palace of History Tho Haute Between tho Monitor and the Morrlmac Tho Haunted Castle The Pyramids of Egypt Tho Swiss Village and Tea Garden of Old Japan There will also bo a number of egtacularecla War Path will be at its best at night when the light effects will make it a veritable dreamland of brilliancy and beauty Meet on tits War Path will be tits slogan of all exposition visitors In 1907 IfiOIE SAYINGS OF SAM JONES Many fellow Is praying for rain with his tub the wrong side up Repentance Is the first conscious movement of tho soul from sin toward God Ive seen a man and a dog go la a saloon and In an hour tho man Staggad r como out and away a gen tlctiMn The Christian who will do things in Now York that ho would not do at home Is a very poor Christian Until twentyfive years of ago I was tho biggest tool you ever looked at only when you looked in tho mirror yourself If tho devil ever puts his toot on a woman once the never gets up any more A man Is not a sinner because he Is an Infidel he Is an infidel because he Is a sinner I have known women too poor own a pair of shoes but I never kno one too poor to own a lookingglass The roar of commerce tho click the telegraph and the whistle of engine tins wellnigh drowned out the voice of God Ho has either a mighty long head or a mighty short creed who be lieves only what he understands Thank God this world has never seen tho time when It did not take Its hat oft and make a decent bow to a goad woman makIngablo cannot be calculated by known process of arithmetic stoolIng atrI dont think much of dignity My observation Is that the moro dignity a IsYouwhysomemuleyt atoyourcharactor InugblngthAncrying 1 have the beat lay In t 1 world ofgirls whlea to ullwhochance to pass out wanttositesid over stIrsthefIrstcllUls1 him pretty good for everything else thatKLord If you will only save me In UlastReligion Is like the measles if ThetroubleIn the city is region has gone in on headfeetTho devil qau run a mile while t TIythoReformation individualr and right Whehejer you get Sam Jones com llDXYOUy tJOR n 1tI vtA1Qor jIo G st4 I Chief Contents of This Number IAOK ONE Ideas From the ride World In Our Own Countr- yEdltorlalEvery lInn llornnUW iiimonweulth of Kentucky tUlltor Column IAOi TWO The HaUnnii Serial The Urnflen IAOK TUIlICi Itorea and Vicinity Take Notice COllvge item Iliiut Krnuiln Rogers Meiuurlnl Service Telegram from lies littler Lntent Market IleporU VAQl roan Comment IollllrnlTnlk Woiiiiinllnrtiot the Self Nupilntling Wo I matMrs Alice Tnrker Lever World Slowly Ionrnlnc uaerallonIcy lonelynIAOK lUEIThe Pair The Children UepnrtmmitThe M cc Lantern IAOK SIX TtioltameIleshyJirs11111The Exporitloni- by 1rof Illiuniore TnikltrblleCIAOi HKVEX The Election New from Everywhere lortr iut of Injulilentn Mrttace 1ItliITdJackon County Competitive Exnmlnntloni Students Journal Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention The Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention meets In Rome Italy May 2023 1907 A variety of side trips havo been arranged in connection with triptogo Kentuckians will llko to go In a party together Arrangements are being made by which this can be makIngtblll particulars1trIps connected with It address E BuildingLouisville Value of Newspaper I never took a newspaper that did not pay me more tlfou I paid for it One time an old friend of mine start antod I just to encourage him and after while it published an order to sell a inquiredcboutrun it up to jiffy dollars He bid the lot off at 38 and it sold in less than n month for 101so I made 62clear by taking tho paper My lather told me that when ho was a young man ho saw a notice in a paper that a school teacher was wanted off in a gottbe sbtwono suptb0I would have been some other fellow or maybo I wouldnt have been at alitBilllrp IYI but some people like that Fountain thekbotore nextDecembel hleatC head oft with a dull case knife right on the spot God almighty will leave wlbym I would rather bo starved to death cadaverdBrnth of Mr J A Ilure fbits J A Burgess tho wife of our superintendent of construction passed mornIngn sincepar her sons living In the east have been tel livingbereNovember18th whQknew histamllYCourt To Take Recets Wnshlnston Nov 13Chlef Jut lice Fuller announced that the su Stateatvember 19 to Monday December 3 over the Thanksgiving holidays 1tManila Bonds For Sale Nov ISTho bureau of insular affairs of the war doper ment has invited bids for a 2000000 1030 4percent bond issue of the city of Manila Bids to h opened Decam bondeei Open Shop Declared Mobile Ala Nov 13AII the build lag contractors of Mobile put their es tablishments on the open shop but according to a previous agreement Asa result about 1500 men la the bullrtI lac trlidsa feUftdJo iow y for work Im l oeoioioSoUooSoUoUolOoVOweto t 8 to make the next election s AeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoT ri 0 Secret O of 0 Success Ot p I The secret of success is not so much in KNOWING rHOW to make money as in tho ability to HANG ONTO IT after you have it Financial success id simply- a a matter of sticking to your saving plan making your character stronger than any temptation to spend It is our business to help you save your money i We guarantee you t Perfect safety VVu 4 per cent compound interest tIYour money whenever you need it VV A One dollar will open your accouutIItfiUj T Come in and let us start you on the road to success 1 I Berea Banking Go I i rAssets over 14000000 t Capital 2500000 tJ IJ MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier 1 I a I EQUITY BILL AGAINST THE OIL TRUST WILL BE FILED BY THE GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE MADE Dissolution of the Corporation and Ana Injunction Against a Continuance of Its Business Object Sought Washington Nov HMessrs Mor neon and Kellogg special counsel for the government in the Standard Oil cues left Washington for St Louis whore thoy will Ills the governments bill In the cults to dissolve the Oil Trust The departure of those attor nell followed another long conference at tho department of Justice The pa pets will bo flied upon their arrival at St Louis Arrangement has been made by the department of Justice to make omelet thekthe filing of the papers This an nouncement will consist of a carefully govonunentsbillgovernment and what the department throughtheAs has been heretofore stated this action will be A bill In equity asking Cotkagainst its continuance in business In constituentxtcontrolledx fixedbuttermined will be made parties to the tohavecondition as Independent concerns Criminal proceedings against the managing directors and outer officials of tho Standard Oil Co will not be proceedloge utilizedIn hIlSbelswill be commenced Until the suit la concluded the Government will take no IvllbnmunltImportantof the corporation DIVORCE CONGRESS MEETS One Third of the Proposed Uniform Bill As Drafted Adopted Philadelphia Nov HThe National Tawseadopted about onethlrU of the proposed uniform bill as dratted by tho committee appointed at the meeting held in Washington The portion adopted Include seven causes under which annulment of a marriage may be obtained and six causes for absolute divorce Delegates from 27 states and the representativeswho attended the international conference on marriage together with Cath ollc Bishop Shanley of North Dakota attended tho discussions which were presided over by Gov Peanypacker maybelimy desertion habitual drankemness ad II1tL1 dTabi3 lmtttt t 1r Soldiers Fight Furious Battle Cheyenne Wyo Nor UQulte h sanguinary battle occurred on thee streets of Cheyenno when a detachment of artillerymen from Ft Russell attacked a number of Infantrymen all on leave Each side fought desperate ly with knives Five men were cut aad slashed one of whom is expected to die The wounded were taken to tho hospital The canso of the right is an old feud existing between the two arms of the service Pitcher Denies Statement Havana Nov 14Lleut Col Wil liam L Pitchers attention was called to an article In an American newspa per declaring that President Roosovolt had directed that an Immediate report be requested from him as to whether or not he had been correctly quoted aa denouncing negro troops while at Ft Sheridan last year In reply Col Pitch er said that he had never entertained and never expressed such sentiments May Promote Brownson Washington NOV HRr Adm WU e liard II Brownson who has just ta ken command of the Amprlcan naval forces In tho east wllltt Is under stood soon be recalled to become chief of the bureau of navigation to succeed Rr Adm Converse when the latter retires from that oftlceiNegro Bank Closed i Greeavllle S 0 Nov HThe i Worklngmaas Savings and Loan Co of this city the only negro banking Institution In the state closed Its I doors by order of the state bank ex amloer Careless bookkeeping Is said- to I be the cause f r h IW1Bthe late President WllUim McKinley = and Mrs McKinley will rest in the mausoleum at Canton O The Galena Ashore Astoria Ore Nev HTIIe British ship Galena from Junta Chile fortala port went ashore on Ctatsop Beaea i The officers and crew all came ashore f safely Capt Powell has confidence ta setting her eC ltSULK OF SAGE RICHES Will So To individuals tq Avoid En j 1 rloKjng Institutions j New York Noy lrRpports that r the widow of Russell Sage meant to use her many millions of dollars to en dow a home for aged teaekers and In 1 a fund to educate young men for the church drew from Mrs Sage the first definite statement of her wishes lid I purposes She announces through the Dress that the thousands who have besieged her iff importunate quest of money I have wasted thou time She will fihave sane of UMM Mrs San eMi to distribute and I within a short fihnt efldeatl the bulk r i of the fortuaeier tUMbajid left to her but she says fa positive fashion thattiM she will tire as faa M possible to Inwdividual avoiding institutions sad totlthose she knows to be worthy E Coughed Up a Twill Falraeld 111 NOV ai A small rIgreen twig swallowed aaore Ulan a year ago by Tisaotay 1Sacre a tara upendwhat physicians at Seat peiounc- L 4 llraaePtMii ttJtlt y t 1 l Ia ht 1 t 0 s t THE BALSAMS Fed by the radiant luiuhlne Rocked by the wind of thq night Lulled by the songs of the pine trees JVatchcd by the stanv clear and bright Te have grown la the beauUful wildwood Caressed by the shower and the dews Upheld by tho fostering mountains And clad In earth Undercut hue Te have garnered the wood hidden treasure The sweetest fond scents of the air Tho faintest dim Incense of evening The freshness of sunrises fair The puntence of brake and of weet fern Of hemlock of spruce and cf pine The coolness of Moss and of lichen With the fragrance of birches combine The night of the rapturous bluebird The gurgle of soft rlppltngbrookL- I The hymn of the thrustic at twilight And notes from some faraway nooks tippedlAll echo thy branches among colorti Bwcet tree of tho mountainous northland GIrt round with the glory and power Impart to us strength with thy sweetness Grant peace for the need ot each hour Lydia Kendall Foster la SprIngfield Mais Republican THE GRAFTERS D- yFRANCIS LYNDE SOoDrtn04arSLsaobeYucW ODI CHAPTER XXL CONTINUED The sonata Penelope was playing was approaching its finale and Eli M nor was suddenly shaken with a trembling lit of fear tho tear of consequences which might involve this mans entire future She know Kent gas leaning on hoe and she saw her self as one who had ruthlessly thrust an iron bar among the wheels of a delicate mechanism Who was she to be his conscloucekcopcr to stand In the way and bid him go back Were her own motives always so exalted Had she not once deliberately debated 1 this samd aucstlon of expediency to the utter abasement of her own Ideals Penelope had Icft the piano and Lor 1ns was looking at his watch Kent saw ttipra through the open window and got upon his fret Grantham tts saying he had no Idea 5t was so late ho hazarded If I thank joi fyr what you have said I am afraid It roust be as the patient thanks the mirgeon for the knife stroke wHch leaves him a cripple for lifeIt was thQ cne word needed to break her resolution Oh forget it please forget IU she paid I hart no right You are doing a mans work In the world and It must be one ina mans way If I cannot help you must pot let me hinder If you let anything I have g said disc urar you I shall never ceaso resretllag itI His smile was a are c indrawlng of i the lips Having opened the door you would try to shut It again would you How like a woman But Im afraid it cant be done I had keen trying to keep away from that point pt view e There Is much to bo said on both sides There was 11 a time when I wouldnt hare gone Into such a thing as this fight with the junto but being tin I should have seen it through re gardless of the public lrareIlgnor ing that side of It I cant do It now you have shown me that I cant astlunblCnlib1ocIlev3 that I wanted to help I believe that your motive was all H should be yes But the result Is the same Loring and PenMipc were coming oat and the end ot their privacy was at hand What will yoU dot she asked I don t know nothing that I h d- meant to do It was a falsi start and I am bacl under the wife again But you niufct not turn backunless you arc fully convlnredof the wrong of pniCft etic protested Didnt you mean to convince mat Vo yesHI d n know IItseems wry clear tome bull watt it to seem clear to you Doesnt your conscience tall yivi tunfypu t l to turn back No ha sate fill rUy but he 1m t jcedlalely Qualified tho denial You may bo J tm afraid you are right Lttf shall havq to fight It out for myself There are WW things to consider U I my hand these buccaneers wilt triumph over the stockholder and a host of Innocent poeple will suffer lose Then peeing the qulckcpjinpiflg tea8ln her eyes But lou ri6ti t sorry for havjtog ione wbai on d to do O haTe xotliins ta reproachyourself for i Oh but Nave etc nn Itey parted dsoI criAPTEtt XXU TILE iNIIUttIroTt NAtIES When thonecelver aullfbrds great and small set their official guIllotne3- at work lopplniott dcpartnicnt heads they cofemvTBly a consequitice psIdbllte leadership upon the rank and filev i Th flMrtcoa railroad In Its oncoa r1rjI coiidated stage it a modenrfeudallfm Its suzerains are the president and board of directors Its clan chlofi are the men who have ballt It and fought for Its footing In the sharplycontest ed field ot competition To there lead era the rank and file Is loyal as loyalty Is accorded to the men who build and do rather than to their successors who Inherit and tear down Add to this the supplanting of competent executive officers by a staff ot political trenchermen Ignorant alike of tho science of railroading and tho equally Important sub sclenco ot industrial manhandling and you have the kin dling for the fire of insurrection which had been slowly smoldering in the TransWestern oervlce since the day when Maj Guilford had Issued his gen eral order No1 At first tho lire had burned fitfully eating Its way Into tho small economics as when tho section hands pelt stray dogs with new spikes from tho stock keg and careless freight crews seed down tho rightofway with cast off links and pins when engineers pour oil where it should be dropped and firemen ted tho stack Instead of the steamdome But later when the Incompetence of the new omclals became tho mock lug gibe of the service and tho cut rate avalanche of traffic had doubled all mens tasks the flames rose high er and out of the smoke of them loomed the shape ot the dread demon otdemoralizationFirst Brodrlck who misread his orders and piled two freights In a mountain of wreckage In the deep cut betweeqLong Pine and Argenta was an over worked night man who lost his head and cranked a switch over in front of the westbound Flyer laying the 10 0 on her side in the ditch with the postal and the baggage car neatly telescoped on top to hold her down Two days later it was Patsy Callahan and though he escaped with his life and his job it was a close call He was chasing a time freight with the I DONT BAY WE WOULD SCRUPLE TO USE FORCE IF THERE WERE ANY WAY TO APPLY IT fast mall and the freight was taking the siding at Delhi to let him pass One of the red talllIghts of the freight had gone out and Callahan mistook the other for the target lamp of the second switch He had time to yell at his fireman to fling himself upon the throttlebar and to set the air brake before he began to turn Irish handsprings down the embankment but tho wrecking crew camped two whole days at Delhi gathering up the debrisIt well on In the summer when the two division east and west were strewn with wreckage and the pit tracks In tho shops and shop yard were filled to overflowing with crip pled engines that tho insurrectionarles began to gather in their respective la bor groups to discuss the growing hazard of railroading on the TransWest ern The outcome was a protest from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers addressed to the receiver in the name of the organization setting forth in plain terms the grievance of the mem bers and charging it bluntly to bad management This was followed im mediately by similar complaints from thq trainmen the telegraphers and the firemen all praying for relief from the incubus of incompetent leadership Not to be be these came the Amalgamated Machinists demanding an in crease of pay for night work and overtime and last but not least an inti mation went forth from the Federa tive council of all these labor unions hinting at possible political conse quences acid the alienation of the labor vote It the abuses were not corrected What dye calclate the major will do about IU said Brodrlck in the iJundhouse conclave held dally by tho trainmen who were hung up or off duty Will he listen to reason and Cive us sureenough railroad manor two at the opr Not in en tousand year quoth Dutch Timber Callahans alternate on the fast mall Hat you not de Arkoos been reading Itld bolotlcs from der beginning to der ent mlt der governor vorwarts Th n I am tellln you all right now theres goln to be a heap o trouble drawCd County Grlggs the oldestenglner on the line Tho shopman are Villa and K the major puts on that blanket cut in wages hes talkln about If broke In Cullaban with fine scamII Tis slaplng on yer Injuries ye are Mlsther Gricgs The notice is out twas potted in tho shops this day Then that settles It said Qrtggs gloomily W 6n doges ILtiie hold tduy ay month to come catcheaeverKbthe ercos vvv TT tJIt J I Gripes rot upon his tact yawning and stretching before hA dropped back into his corner of the wooden settle You llama at me if thats tho fact Im telling youall that every wheel on this blame hoodooed railroad Is goln to stop turnln at 12 oclock on the night before that notice takes holdIs Durgan with us asked Bred rick Hes wit himself as a master me change shud be said Callahan Sos MTosh But nayther wan nr tothc av thlmll take a thraln out whln the strikes on Theyre both Loring mln At the mention of Loringa name Grlggs looked up from the sUck ho whittlingNo o the Boston folks get ting the road back again I reckon he remarked tentatively You should read dose Arkoos news bailers den you should know som tIngs nlretty alnd Itr said Tischer Brodrlck laughed- If you see It In the papers its so he quoted What tho Argus doesnt say would make a nough sight bigger book than what it does But Ive been kind o watchIn that man Kent lies been hot after the major right from the jump You rccltct what ho said In them Civic league talks o his said these politicians had stole the road hide hair an horns Im onto him said Callahan Tis a bird he is Olcson was tell ing me The Scandohoovlan was thry In to get him down to Gaston the day they raycclvcred us Jarl says ho wlnt a mile a mlnut an tho little man never turned a hair Is ho here yet or did he co back to Gods country asked Engineer Scott leaning from the cab window of the 1031 Hes here and so is Mr Loring Theyre stopping at the Clarendon said Brodrlck Then they havent quit drawled Grlggs adding I wonder if they have d ghost of a show against the politi calsHas anybody been to see em 1 asked Callahan- Theres a notion for you Scott said Brodrlck Scott was tho presid ing officer in the B of L E local Get up a commltte from the Federative to go and ask Mr Loring if theres any use in our train to hold on Now it fell out that these things happened on a day when the tide of retrieval was at its lowest ebb the day namely In which Kent had told Loring that he was undecided as to his moral right to use the evidence against Bucks ns a lever to pry the Trans Western out of the grip ot tho junto It befell also that it was tho day chosen by two other men not members of the labor unions in which to call upon the exmanager and Loring found MTosh the trainmaster and Durgan the master mechanic waiting for him in the hotel corridor when he came In from a late luncheon at the Camelot club Can you give us a few minutes Mr Loring asked MTosh when Loring had shaken hands with them not as subordinatesSurely time Is not very valu able just at present Come In and 111 see If Mr Kent has left mo any cigars Humph said Durgan when the exmanager had gone Into Kents room to rummago for the smoke offering And they give us the major in the place of such H man as that with a jerk of his thumb toward the door of thebedroomComo warned MTosh hell hear you And when Loring came back with the cigars there was dry hu mor In his oaYou mustnt let your loyalty to the old guard get you into trouble with the receiver he cautioned and they both smiledThe trouble hasnt waited for our bringing said MTosh That is why we are here Durgan hu soured on his job and Im more than sick of mine Its hell Mr Lonng I have been at it 20 years and I never saw such crazy railroading in any one of them Bad management you mean rot Bad management at the top and rotten demoralization at the bottom as a natural consequence We cant be sure of getting a train out of the yards without accident Dixon is as careful a man as ever stepped on an engine and he smashed a farmers wagon and killed the farmer this morning within two trainlengths of the shop junction Drunk inquired the ex manager Never a drop Dlxons a prohibi tionist dyed in the wool But just before ho took his train Halkett had him in the sweatbox jacking him up for not malting his time lie cams out red in the face jumped on his en gine and yanked the Flyer down the yards 40 miles an hour And what Is your trouble Duigan asked toeing Another side of the same thing I wrote Maf Guilford yesterday tell- Ing him that six pit gangs all the roundhouse emergencies and two outdoor repair squads couldnt begin to keep the cripples moving and with in a week every one of the labor unions has kicked through its grievance com mittee His reply is an order an nouncing a blanket cut in wages to go Into effect tho first ot the month That means a strike and a general Uoup Loring shook his head regretfully- It hurts me he admitted We had the besthandled piece of railroad In the west and I give the credit to the men that did tho handling And to have it wrecked by a gang of Incompetent salarygrabbers The two leftovers nodded Thats Just It Mr Lorinff said MTof And were here to ask yon If its worth while for us to stick to the wreck any longer Are you folks doing anything We have been trying all legal means break the grip oftbe combination yes And what are the prospects It was the raaatw nechanie irfco want lto knowThey are not very bright at prei eat I must confess Wo have the on tire political ring to light and the odd are overwhelming You say youve been trying legal means MTosh put In Cant we down them some other way I believe you could safely count on the help of every man In the service bars Ing the polltlcals Loring smiled- I dont say we should scruple to DM force If there were any way to apply It But the way doesnt offer I didnt know said tho trainmas- ter rising to close the Interview But If the time ever comes all you or Mr Kent will have to do will be to pass tho word Maybe you can think of some way to use the strike It hasnt been declared yet but you cut bet on it to a dead moral certainty CHAPTEIl XXIII INTO THE PRIMITIVE Tested upon purely diplomatic principles Miss Van Brocks temper was little less than angelic exhibiting Itself under provocation only in guard ed pinpricks of sarcasm or In small sharpclawed kittenbuffet Inga of repartee But she was at no pains ta conceal her scornful disappointment when David Kent made known his doubts concerning his moral right to uso the weapon he had so skillfully forged lie delayed the Inevitable confessloa to Portia until ho had told Loring and in making it he did not tell MUl Van Brock to whom ho owed the sudden change in tho point of view But Portia would have greatly discredited her gift of insight if he had not In stantly reduced the problem to Its low est termsYou been asking Miss Broat wood to lend you her conscience and she has done it was the form In which she stated the fact And wheal ent did not deny It You lack at least one quality of greatness David you sway too easily No I dont ho protested I asa as obstinate as a mule Ask Ormsby or Loring But the logic of tho thing Is blankly unanswerable I can either get down to the dirty level of these highbinders fight the devil with a brand taken out of his own fire orJOr what she asked Or think up some other ncbvme somo plan which doesnt involve t sur render on my part of common decency end Bclfrespect H Yes she retorted I suppose you have the other plan all wrought out and ready to drop Into place No I havent be admitted re luctantly But at least you have some notion of what It Is going to beT NpSITo Bo Continued Ilnmom of theiaw Law and equity ate two things wJUrt God his joined together and man has put asunder When a prisoner In Justice Manloe court was asked whether bo had anything to say why sentence should not bo pronounced upon him he replied I wish God may strike me dead If t stole the ducks Mauls waited for about a minute and then said Prim Intertetc41Ibench for the first time informed the bar that during his year of office hi would spare no effort to be neither partial nor impartial London News Both Hmd Tlllr He was an exaggerated English tfPel and his appearance in the lobby of the Broadway hotel attracted some attention So well known a humored as Mr Simeon Ford vouched for ttstory The unknown asked for a llgfrt and volunteered this Information Tam a stranger hero dye know but at 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guvegonera sat isfaction The wimo nrrntiKomtut will continue November 18 nUll 25 J Citizens arc ivolcotno in either the I main chapel or tho upper cLapoli The Aerial Quartet Irot Rlne and MtaB Campbtll will giro a mUll lule and literary aaUrtalnment under the auspices ot Um Ltdlc Aid sty ot tho Union Church In the 1lr1 ash House Tuesday November 90th 7 p m Admission for adult 15 ou htldrtn 10 cu The Conversation Club meets this week Tuesday night t 7 oclock at home ot Dr and Mrs Cornelius 1The topic for dissuasion Is The Ko Utlon of Cuba to tho United States Those who attended tho entertain seat under tho auspices of the Lad Ise Aid Society last year will bo glad to know that the Aerial Quartet has scan secured for the entertainment to kI ala next Tuesday night also Thor who plan to attend tho en tertainment clren by the Indies Aid BoflUty In the Parish Houso next TuOSI dy night Novembrr 20th IcUrettid to know what others think f Prof Rnlnc wl n is to assist In tb at rUlnmcnt and those who wil- lrad th following will plan to go Tke Pan t IIgTph Richmond Ky days Our community enjoyed a rlah trot In tho rendering of Shakoa ears Merchant of Venice by Jan W lUlne It was so nearly a rfpro dnetloa ot the entire play that omis sions would not he noticed If Mr Rams visits us again there will be a rash to hear him Men of Dayton VM C ATho committee was very lucky In securing Jaf1I W Rftlno whose roidlnpt es pecially the ono given In Scottish dia lect were enthusiastically received Rev Mr Stout has been reflected pastor of the Baptist Church for tho seining year Mr Cartmells Sunday school class had a class social at tho Parish Houso last Saturday night Several games were indulged In Refreshments were Mrvd A crowd of boys and girls enjoyed a trip to the Sinks and Rises last Saturday SaturdayIghtHickory Plains Mr D N Welch who Is drum Ist d tip4ry I dealer who gives his custom er a little better value than the customer expects gives him W L Douglas shoes and C I vwuuuwvvwwww Mice Dliy Parsons his dismissI bar school at Drip Rock and Is here to help care for her stater who hal fever Wo worn glad to see Dr Switzer hi town again and to know that Mrs Switzer likes WUIUmsburc very well Mr Kngle has purchased Mr 1101 lldays confectionery store on Maui sand will continue to carry oa goo a lino of fruits and vegetables 03 Mr Holllday has Mr Simpson McOuIro was ordnlne d to be a preacher at the Olado Churc teat Sunday night Mrs May Hudson and Miss Malr nicknell are visiting Mrs Huibion father at Locust Branch Ky Mr Robert Harris and Miss Patti Dull wore united In tho happy bond s ot matrimony lost Sunday night M r Harris Is a man of sterling charade and Is to be congratulated on gettln such a bud as Miss Davis Miss Grace Kldd visited from Fri day till Sunday with Misses Alice on Nettle Trosdway of Paint Lick an Monday with Miss Edna Brandenburg of Klrksvlllc Mr Albert Powell deputy shcrll of McKee was In town Monday Roy C A VanWlnkle returned last Friday from a trip thru tho moun talus i Mr Walter lull and wits from Cum borland Gap Tenn aro making a dxlonded visit with relatives hero They Bro now visiting In Owslcy Co Von Nprman was a caller In Boron Sunday Roy A P Smith arrived In tow- Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Bo Coddlngton Resale Smith one ot the twins df Mr and Mrs X J Smith is seriously sick with typhoid fever Mr Client Carrier and MIss Llzzli Biyitchcr were married last Thursday Mlsnoa Nettle Ihndway and Edm Brandenburg and Mr Arthur Re ne and Mr Medlbck spent Tuesday with Miss Grace Kldd Miss Sophia Wilson ot Sutton Cam and Miss Maud Turner of Irvlno art visiting some of their girl friends Miss Molllo Farmer Is clerking in LucyParsonsBrother O II Combs Is holding a protracted meeting at tho Glade Church this week A fine girl was born to Mr and Mrs C J Hanson last Friday Mr Laccflold who Is employed In the store of tho Porter Drug Company on Main street has returned from a visit covering several weeks to his homo and says that he had a very Pleasant trip We aro all glad to see Mr Laceflcld on duty again Mr J W Montgomery of Clay county was In The Citizen office this week to pay his subscription and get tho premium knife for n friend Dr Thomson preached In Narrow nightlIebeing will operate tho machine The final lecture of tho Fall Lyceum Course which will be Ita bests s vt number will bo given Saturday nlghl December 8th by Dr George lUnd ley on Will It Take Mr Byron Lamson of Spokane Wash the only uncle of Mrs Dodge has been visiting at Prof Dodges homo He lift last Monday for Cleveland O Col Moss of Louisville was In Be rea on business Friday 0000000000000-o o i College Items i o i HERE AND THERE io 0 0000000000000Proto Edwards and Proto Lowly spent threo days last week in Indian apolis attending tho Contra Ohio Teachers Association which this year was hold In that city There4 were 2500 Ohio teachers In attndance besides a large number from other states Thursday afternoon and night were spent In visiting schools and Friday night and Siturdnv in attending the sessions of tho Association Senator Huvcrldge President Hughes of no Pauw and Dr Shatter of Pennsylvon la were prominent speakers The In counlty1Theenrollment of 1700 pupils and the Aca demy High School an enrollment or 2000 pupils Each school has Its own orchestra and gymnasium Both our professors report a fine time Prof Edwards received a letter from L E Culbertson of Worth W Va who was a student In the Model School last yoar Ho Is clerking for the Roanoko Coal and Coke Co and expresses a desire to return to school and sends regards to htt friends Rev Paul Douglas D D Secretary of the A M A visited Borca College last week1- 118S Robinson gave tho Monday lec turo In the Upper Chapel this week on Vcntco and her experiences there She had A large number of tine photo graphs and colored views to Illustrate what she said and It was much an joyed by all Last Sunday night for the first tim the Sunday Chapel services wore held with divided Chapel President Frost preached In the Lower Chapel and Dr Cook In the Upper Chapel Miss Mary Baker a former student and one time matron of Gilbert Cot tage was recently married to Rev N J Young formerly of Chicago Their address will be 1251 25th Avenue Oil land Calf- 1IIrs Christopher Spencer moths r of Mrs Vesta Spencer Taylor of Windsor Conn died at her home on Wind son Heights on Wednesday morning November tho Cth Mr Dlzney gave tho Monday lecture In tho main Chapel this week on Not the Better But tho Best Next Mon day tho lectures will again be given In divided Chapel President Frost wit lecture In tho Upper Chapel and Prof Raine to the main division Profcs SOl Ralnes subject Is Eyes I LOCAL mostoI civil service position at Parker Ariz as principal of an Indian school I IN MKMOUY 0V lilt UOOKIIH Tho memorial service hold last I week on Wednesday evening In the Chapel was very Impressive The pro gram commenced with the singing ot Onward Christian Soldiers by the about eight hundred which almost completely tilled tho main floor of CollegeIUnion Church sung Jerusalem the Golden Dr Thomson read tile great Faith chapter the 11th of I Hebrews Then tho congregation sang Faith Is1 the Victory I President Frost gave a very Inters eating history of the life of Dr tOg ers and his great part in the found ling and building of Berea College After telling of his heroic ancestor John Rogers who In 1555 was burn ed at the stake In SmIthfield England for his adherence to the truth The congregation sang Must Jesus Dear the Cross Alone7 one of the far probIProf Dodge gave somo reminiscen ces of the kindness and genius of Dr- t Rogers lIon Curtis F Buruam ol Richmond Spoke a few strong words about him Mr John R Rogers told simply of some of the last words ol his father and especially of his message to Borca + God Bless Berea strongnpaper pionship of the negro race and kInd ness to him personally Dr Barton of Oak Park 111 was on tho program but his trains were and he asnthe assembly was dismissed after the stirring singing of The Son of God Goes Forth to War Ilou Fraud People who pre engaged In appar ent Christian work are sometimes really found to bo practicing decep Sonroral recently come to our notice One has appeared In I a long article in a religious paper tolling of some brothers sacrifice and devoted efforts to found a Christian school One who roads the article would sup poso that he was laboring with gen nine zoal to promote the Kingdom of God but It carefully conceals the fact from others outside that there is another Christian school in tho same town long established and fruitful In good work workIngbut to build up something In which he Is personally Interested The same thIng Is often done when people work to start a new church In a town where there Is already n well equipped church which only lacks support In order to produce larger forcesintotho Great Head of the Church- ADVPuRpISH1i S Copy for changes In advertisements- or for now ones should be handed In QrgotUnghlogdaynight Town Hoard Meatlne At the regular monthly meeting of the Town Board last Tuesday night bills were voted amounting to about 200 mostly for street improve ments C F Hanson was authorized to proceed to collect tho subscrip tions made for pikeing the street from tho station to tho bridge It was vo ted to get the stonecrusher out and prepare stone for repairing tho streets No bids wore offered for the electrio light franchise and so nothing was done in that matter Competitive Kxnmlnntons Competitive examinations for np pointees to the State Normal School located at Richmond Ky will be hold at McKeo Jackson co Ky on Saturday the 15th day of Dec 1000 Those wishing to take the examination must make application not later than Dec 8 This county Jackson is Entitled to three appointees Also examination for appointees to the Normal Department to the A R M College Lexington Ky will be held at McKee on tho same day Dec 15 H F Minter Supt Jackson Co Tclegrnm from Iretldent Hattie Boston Mass Nov 18 To the JMitor of The CItizen Permit me herewith to express my countless thanks and overwhelming appreciation to Bored College to Berea Churches and to all Boroans for their generous response to our trustee here Prof Diusmore in behalf of Okolona Industrial College Tho Godlike spirit of Berea is turning these sacred ashes into stone WALLACE A BATTLE Pres Olmnrre tlin Stork Lnw The law made to keep caUlo and all other stock from running loose on the streets dirtying sidewalks and dam aging gardens and other property Is not being kept hero now so well as It has been during the summer Some of the small mountain towns are get ting ahead of Berea In this respect If ogre Is not taken some ono will bo greatly hurt when ho has to pay a fine for this careless violation of law and decency West side of house for rent il K PASCO J W Stephens now coal bin is open and filled with all grades of coal Prices reasonable MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 13 35CALVESExtra 40SHEEPExtra 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Many a family who aro scared hall out of their senses at every thunder storm will run a hundredfold greater risk from dirty wells and malarlou swamp holes without a sign of alarm England built a Dreadnought then tho states built a bigger DreadnoughtI 2Cow England Is going ger Dreadnought than the Dread nought that Outdrcadaoughted the original Dreadnought A German sanitary expert points out that tho reason why beer Is often sold at a temperature BO low as to be injurious to the stomach Is that at that temperature It Is difficult to ten stalo beer from good beer A mere allowanco for his children will not be saUsfactory to Count DonI do Castellane Ho wants his wife lat t provide for the payment of his debts This is an indication that Bonl doesnt t intend to live up to his recent resolu tion to be good for tho remainder of Ids life T he czar of Russia has ordered J9 j 000000 set aside for the building of a new battleship The naval grafters who are responsible for the poor con dition of Russias fleet In the war with Japan must have rubbed their hands in anticipation of the good times in store for them when they heard of the order Long Island farmers are advocating a law compelling all heavy wagons to bo equipped with Ures four inches wide thus converUng vehicles that now destroy the highways Into road rollers that would preserve them The scheme is so simple so cheap and so excellent says the Ilrooklyn Eagle that its failure is almost certain Dr Forbes Winslow the great Eng Hah alienist declares that there will be soon more insane than sane peo pro on this earth The quesUon natu rally occurs AS to what Is a sane man Entire sanity like common sense and other general terms is only relative All people are only approxl mately sane and sensible The aver Ago man does not exist nor does the Absolutely sane and sensible man The best that any of us can do is to keep up a fair average The foreign trade of the United States continues to be large and profitable For September the Im ports were 102286000 against 101 187000 In 1905 The exports last month were 128950000 or about 3000000 more than In the same month last year The excess of exports over Imports for September was 43GCWWO Against 33996000 in 4905 The balance of trade In our favor is mounting up and the demand for American products is increasing la both the home and foreign markets Moro than one famous American be gan business life selling newspapers That the present generation of newsboys Is made of the same sort of stuff as tho past generation It Indi caned by the action of tho Newsboys union of Boston In raising money for m scholarship In Harvard university to be awarded to a member of the or janlmtlon The winner of the first scholarship was announced last naoath a yoath 17 years old who had succeeded In preparing himself for college while selling newspapers He caters college at aa age much Y01m- ger than the Average In the freahman class Small versus large is a favorite subject with educator la this country the question Is Answer fag Itself iu a practical way The small colleges are crowing largerand other small colleges are being started That many of our colleges are overgrown there Is no doubt and many devices are suggested to divide them into smaller units To the gea oral public not concerned with the specIal problems of educators the growth of the colleges Is a matter for r congratulAUon says Youths Compan sJon for it means that more and more t young Americans are trying to get a t rood education medalsIhas been distributed and still the pert Los Wile If against the glares of the p populace equal to holding oa to the ead seat goes unrecognized 1More evidence that women are fir Vading the gainful occupations former Jy monopolized by men Is found In the arrest pf oaa In Arkansas oa the charge of being a moonshiner t Only one man who served as cap t talo In the Mexican war Is said to sur t Ivbut an Item of this kind usually t Jwlnsa out several corrections cK II 1 WILL TALK TARIFF DEMOCRATS COMPELLED TO AN TAGONIZE PROTECTION Vigorous StandPat Policy of Frail dent Roosevelt and the Republican Leaders Leaves Their Opponent No Choice but to Repeat Their Usual Free Trade Blunders Pray how Is a wayfaring vote going to distinguish a Democrat from a Republican 1 Send a dollar to tho Republican campaign committee net get tho solution to this puzzle ot course tho Democrats must talk tat iff that Is the only garment Mr Roosevelt has left themPoator Globe Right you are Tho Democrat must talk tariff whether they like to or not They are compelled by good politics on the other side to antagon ize the stand pat position and in do ing this they are compelled to nntago nlzo protection It Is an uncomfortable position made so by tho wise determination of the Republican mann gors to force tho fight on Dingley tariff standpat lines IMuch easier it would have been for If they could have faced a divided opposition an opposl ion weakened and demoralized by the confession that the Dingley tariff was all wrong and ought to bo forthwith tinkered and patched in tho Interest of larger foreign competition lower prices and lower wages j But it was different when the na cornimitteeelt and Speaker Cllrnon decIded up jOfI a standpat campaign I All of a sudden the Republican progressives In Iowa ceased to be progressive They readily consented plattother In Instating that the tariff Is the 4ssue and that Republicans must be mlted and harmonious in fighting the enemyIItalk that way prior to the Oyster Bay standpat conference Then they were shouting for the nomination of a tariff wrecker on a tariffwrecking platform and swear Jug that they would bolt If any other candidate or platform were adopted tallffIHow is It ID Massachusetts that other storm center of tariff mug jwumpery ago the Democrats were n high feather Republican dissen sion on the tariff made the road to Democratic success look level and mooth Free Trader Whitney had ceded to bo the Democratic nominee ifor governor Free Trader Foss was oping to capture a Republican nom nation and Mugwump Guild was de theIless allowed to stand on a tariffrip ping platform But things have changed The tand pat programme of the congres Tonal committee the standpat of Speaker Cannon at Danville and the standpat letter of President Roosevelt have knocked into splinters the campaign plans allko of the free trade democrats and the mugwump republicans Whitney has decided not take the Democratic nomination for governor Free Trader Foss has discovered that he cannot get a Republican nomination for lieu elseIMugwumpGulld hoping that nobody would remember his silly break of a month ago as to refusing renomination on any save a tariff rippIng platform I The Republican stand pattors have won out and the Massachusetts Re publican tariff resolution Is going to be written by Attorney General Moody as per suggestions front Oys ter flay All this has come of the patient and forceful tactics of the etand patters Theirs was the sane and sensible Side of the controversy theirs the good business and the good politics side They have fought long and hard Ever since Cummins of IQwa launched his scheme of destroying tltrifr sheltered monopolies and of smashing the tariff by a fake recip rocity that could only benefit a few favored Interests while greatly Injur lag the industrial interests of the country as a whole ever since roes forged to the front in Massachusetts with his programme of free trade in raw materials and more free trade by means of reciprocity dickers with Guild promptly falling into tho snare laid plainly in ha sight by known free traders all this time the atand pat ten have stood pat for tariff stability for business for continued prosperity wagesI lag but tho tariff left to talk about The more they talk tariff the worse for them They peter did and never can talk tariff without putting their I foot la If For this gratifying situa tan and outlook the country is In debted to the standpatters If they had weakened or wabbled the coun try would now bo pinching down all lines of productive enterprise because of fear and uncertainty regarding tar iff disturbances Even Mr Shaw must stand apes the Cummins tariff plank and reflect that bo did not construct It for Cummins but rather that Cummins constructed It for him It is one thing to be whipped out of your boots but qulto another to bewhlppcd lntp your op patla 1 t- t WAGES AND COST OF LIVING Good Tlmes Incomes and Hard Tlmes Prices Never Come Together The question Is Has the average man been better off In the last six Qr seven years than ho was In the six or seven years preceding 1S991900T Is be better able now to have the things ho wants than bo was 10 or 12 years ago lie is Deyond tho shadow of a shade of doubt he is Wo have but to look about us to seo the proofs on every hand We havo but to think back to find these proofs in our own knowledge The average man Is ablo to live Inn better house bettor furnished nnd wear better clothes now than then He has more money In tho bank ho falls less frequently in business ho has fewer debts which ho cannot pay when duo These aro undeniable factsThen why this wild outcry from Iowa It Is true that prices aro higher but so are Incomes The average man has to pay out more but ho also gets In more and is ablo to save more If ho chooses What those Iowa Democrats really call for Is hardtimes prices with good times Incomes No way has over been found of having these two things at once We can have QUO or the other hard times with low prices or prosperity with high prices but not both We tried In 1S92 tho remedy for high prices which the Iowa Democrats now again propose We let tho Dem ocratic party break down tho tariff to get lower prices Well wo got low prices and we also got low incomes We got rid of high pricesand wo also got rid of prosperity We swore wo would no longer be robbed under tho shelter of the tnrlffnnd we were soon luxuriating In tho pleasing sensation that wo wore entirely safe from rob bery having nothing loft to be robbed of Let any man who resents high prices now think back and remember how ho fared when prices were low eight ten and twelve years ago Was ho bettor off then than ho Is now Would ho like to go back to thoso times of low prices Chicago Inter OceanWAITIN AT THE CHURCH Brilliant Revisionists Our tariff revision friends have been revising their platform as per announcement They now favor placing lumber coal and nearly all trust controlled goods on the free list reducing the duty on necessities of life and on American mado goods sold cheaper abroad than at home After placing all trust controlled goods on the free list wo see no necessity for reducing tho duty on ne cessities of life or on goods sold cheaper abroad than at home for there wouldnt bo any duty left to rfr duce According to the statements made by the advocates for revision all commodities are controlled by trusts especially tho goods that aro sold cheaper abroad than at home Then It follows that If nearly all these goods are placed on the free lit there will be little use for further revision or for custom houses We will not have even the Democratic tariff for revenue only We would like to have Eb HuntIngton or Bert Miller explain what he proposes to do to raise a revenue with which to run the government lIe might also tell just what few trusts are going to be favored tho ones that do not come under the nearly class and If these aro to be exempt because of a hand out These are some of the things on which an anxious public Is awaiting enlightenment Slayton Minn Ga zette Lower Prices Lower Income Let It be known tomorrow that there Is to bo a rip up on tho tariff and tho cheapening process will begin Immediately Neither the manu facturer nor the wholesaler or tho re taller will know what to expect Many will loso their Jobs Their ability to buy will be decreased and prices will fall Tho man who holds his job and keeps his salary may possibly be benefited temporarily but scarcely one man In 10000 will be able to do that A general reduction In wages will be the order of the day Hard times prices mean hard times Incomes Tho prices that prevail In good times aro the natural sequence of the incomes that characterize such periods The man who argues that you can have hard times prices and good limes In came is either an Ignoramus or a demagogue and whoever bellqyoa him Is not wipe He might just as well ex I pect a good grass crop during B flroutn Cedar flaplds Republican rI- Nruz 1tl1g1ul1 lflttrttt tFtuian for 1 Irtaittfttg By ERNEST HITCHCOCK Vermont State Forestry Commlailoner iifiIIEIU2 are two things which during tho past CO years have affected New England agriculture more than nil others The future of tho New England arm will be largely the working out of these conditions They are of course the competition of the now lands of the west and tho increased use of farm machinery These two causes have worked together each depending upon tho oilier In fact had it not been for tho invention of our modem farm machinery tho competition of the west would never have been what it if and had it not been for the demand aruing from the vast level plains of the west farm machinery would novas have reached its present stage of advancement Western competition with our agriculture has thus been severe for two reasons Superior fertility of tho soil and its hotter adaptability to the use of machinery Exhaustion of virgin fertility in the wost and im proved methods of tillage and fertilization in tho east nro rendering the west less superior in tho fit respect Tho other consideration I believe to be tho vital one The future of tho individual vow Kngland farm depends upon whether or not it can be titled by machinery Of course there is no hard and fast nile Our farms vary from those that can be tilled as easily as a prairie to those that can bo cultivated only with n pickaxFor the best class of farms I believe tho future is bright and that priced will improve In Vermont we have thousands of acres of land which can be bought now for 20 or 30 an aero If thoso lands wore located in Illinois or Iowa they would sell for 100 on acre I cannot but believe that time future will bring a dumnnd for this land On the othor hand wo have many acres in cultivation which 1 believe can best be given up to the growth of forest Wo shall see more artificial forest planting in New England in the future and thereby see the laud so utilized yield more net profit per acre than it now yields in pastures and fieldsThere is no occasion for discouragement in Vermont I have novor been ono to mourn over abandoned farms or to urge artificial moans to prevent thoir going back to forest The causes working hero nro beyond tho control of government It is worth remembering that when n tune abandons a farm he does it simply because ho con live more easily anti happily elsewhere New England might abandon a third of the land now 1 in farms and produce more on tho re mainder than she is now producing and I at vastly less expense Womanliness of- SelfSupporting Woman MRS ALICE PARKER LESSER IBy President or Pentagon ClUb If by one moons the it may to said that woman by in has lost much of That she has lost in any grate or newer which the types of the I do not believe is true The woman tho ono at least which vo often in the old stories of a certain class was of the vine type with man in tho rolo of the oak Yet that tho among the and of no such foolish notion of the real nature is made evident by the of that have been for us which lose none of their charm because of their and good sense I It is true that in a woman and in a man are of either sex But tho man is not the and and the woman is not the most timid On the tho woman is called upon to to with trials and Sorrows and to assume for which sho the most measure of The rost women are no if they ever were i the the A true man wants a true woman one who will havo to his own The woman in is tatter than her sister to judge of tho under which it is most for her to marry She is aa much of tho kind as other woman but rho chooses a with with better of her own heart and with moro of choice She is not by the terrors of old which once largo in the life of tho woman and she is not driven to hasty or in That woman by in has become I more and more self reliant I believe is true but forte of her have been nfTecid and ah is still in all her ways and views but on a range of a more and allrtc tivo type I I orIba Seaming Cooperation By DR EMIL C 4ed Jwomanliness oldfashioned feminine dependency engaging industry this quality essential distinguishes feminine character oldfashioned socalled figured faahioned sentimental popular clinging sturdy greatest novelists dramatists literature entertained womanly number splendid portrayed superlative feminine strength femininity masculinity necessary attributes manliest roughest coarsest womanlicet shrinking retiring and dependent contrary endure burdens contend responsibilities generous strength attractive longer lackadaaisical simperingly subservient creatures supplement Bclfsuppqrting industry qualified stayathome conditions desirable marrying any husband greater deliberation knowledge independence frightcened spinsterhood loomed average inconsiderate selection matrimony engaging uclfsupporting industry independent essentially womanly qualities lWinctly- feminine higher and substantially enduringly 1p HIRSCH golfsup porting highest characters perfect requires strength Tho time it coming when every man shall nit under his own vine and fig tree when all shall realize that right cousnesa is not revenue when all the nations of the earth shall cooper ate War is tho outcome of land hunger Having despoiled tho soil in ono locality men seek other places take their inhabitants and make slaves of them to till the soil It is said that war is necessary that without it there is nothing to stir the mind of tho nations to higher things than trade luxury and the ideals of the attainment of comfort I This is not true Modern life is a great selloollta complex scheme gives oa rigid as perfect discipline an docs the camp Tho invention which aro brought out from year to year teach that tho plan of cooperation of coordination is tho plan to follow It is not necessary to have tho scourge of wad to bring forth moral power It is shown in every day Time affairs of peace develop it The things that men must do the 1ICe whiCh mel must taco produce the same endurance as does flit I DRINK SETS THE MIND WRONG j 1 tPhiladelphia Physicians Do Not Agred With Dr Crother The alcoholic la Insane because hay drluks tho dipsomaniac drinks + cause ho Is Insane With this quo tntlon from the works of a ProncU scientists treatise on alcoholism soy oral Phlladclphoa physicians oxprcsV their disagreement with the views oB Dr T D Crothcrs the superintendent of tho Walnut Lodge hospital Hart J toni Conn given at tho meeting ot 1 the British Medical association In Tot ronto says tho Philadelphia Record Dr Crothora maintains that nil ton who crave alcohol aro Insane and oven 0 goes BO far as to Intimate that tho first drink Is taken because of a diseased condition of the brain Inebriety ho sold Is In reality a disorder of tho brain of which alcohol is not tho cause but rather A remedy It la a definite disease with distinct causes progress and termination It Is truo that many victims of alJ1t4coholtsm are Insane aud onto when ft man Is on his first jag ho Is tho via tim ot a mania sold a prominent looal ntfuropalh the other nftornoon which unllko Dr Crothora I believe is the result and not the cause of taking tho drink An abnormal not It the product of an abnormal mind and when a man takes a drttk It dodo not Indicate that he has any mental abnormality When n tuna Is blue or downcast ho seeks to drown hit grief Those are not symptoms of n deranged mind but rather of a normal mind and tho dwrtro to drink as- a general thing under such clroura stances is merely normal As time goes on however alcohol has throe marked oCTooU Thoro will be n hardening of certain organs orIIthe body the blood vessel awl nerves will undergo a change In structure and thoro Is a fattening tradenay Ast those three go on thorn to a new norv I out system and a now temperament built up whleh often results In do rmnlla Tho mania Is the roiult and not the cause The dipsomaniac la the than who ROCS on a periodical Jag For a long tlmo ho Is able to rofraln from nice hoi but thero Is always a recurring period when the dMtro springs up anew and ho must sanity IL In his sober moments ho has absolutely no desire for driNk but tho drink storm is approaching he can fight as hard ae ha pleases butt la unable to overcome tho desire for a debauch which will last for Ave or six days maybe a week This desire is un doubtodly ono symptom of a diseased mind and had Dr Crathnr oon nedj hlmsolf to this ho would have been Justified In his contentions- AtI a largo uptown hospital where a number of Inebriates aro sent for i treatment questions about Dr Oroth era theory were met with smiles I Dr Crothers may bo right said one of the physicians and ho de serves credit for tho ingenious way In which ho has put forth his view The periodical drunkard is undoubtedly the victim of a dorangc mind but tho alcoholic Is Insane because he drinks Numerous examinations or braIns of drunkards have heap nudo and when compared with thoso of the insane there has been a wonderful j similarity The brain of the normal man who takes an occasional drink t Uio bno Dr Crothers would brand Aa i ff Insano U entirely different from the maniac brain Thl In Itself should bo sufficient proof ot the wrong deduc tion drawn by the doctor t Tho theory of Dr Crothor I not new and has been advanced In various forms by Individual physicians tromlUnio to Ume Not long ago a WAS published written by Dr William Leo Howard a neuropath In which ho voiced the sentiments expressed by Dr Crothora and told In fictional form of the trials undergone by n vlcttmtOf dipsomania but even Dr Howard 1fdid not go ao far as to Intimate that htho first desire for a drink come front ft diseased mind An Imperial Teetotaler The German empress who is an earnest advocate of temperance toMGently heard that some bricklayers employed at tho royal domesnv were I fonder of alcohol than was advisable r i- To provost this she Immediately orJI dared a largo can of coffee to bo pro vlded for each of the men and she fhad tho satisfaction ot finding her thoughtfulness greatly appreciated and tho coftco preferred to moro potent liquors Guardian for the Weak Tho poorlaw guardians of Saxony havo tho right to appoint guardians tit care for the property of any person In danger of ruin from drunkenness 3 Great Singers Cannot Drink Herr Ernest Kraus tenor In tho corps of the Metropnlltnar II opera house In Now 1nrk city says I II A a boy in Nuremberg I did as tbta T- other boys did I drank beer as only i JGermans can Out whon my heart be i came filled with ambition when I had heard Vogel ting I realized that I too had a voice and might become as fa mous the brat thing I did was to doorkmyself the pleasure of boor drinking I went to Milan and studied under Y I Oolllora whose first rule pfdtoclpllne Is Thou shall drink no beer l tr t DARN FOR SMALL DAIRY FARM f1y toIoflbe farm barn hero shown Is In touted to accommodate ton or twelve dairy own together with tho horaea BRCosnary for a moderato sized farm lla size tt In 44 feet long by 34 toot II Darn and Ground Plan VIdo The main floor Is 12 foot wldo and the height or posts 18 feet por mttUng loadl or hay to bo driven In canhoIto provide shelter for hors can bo made of eight Inch square hem lock Umboro tho floor of three Inch planks This style of building should be suitable for many parts whore the number uf live stock Is limited THE CALF Most Rigid Selection Should De Made In Adding to Herd jTho moat rigid selection according to dairy standards should bo made among tho calves as they come Into profit those being retained which will ratIO the average performance of tho herd When It In necessary to In troduco n ndw sire ho should bo of line same typo and personal qual ItJe already determined upon ns tbo jttcaJ for tfie herd Constant records everyliudlvtdualtollable treatment may Insure the greatest profit and this is only pos clblo when tho owner Is jKireonally JanilUar with the elmractcristlca and performance of every cow l Pomona comfort cleanliness light ar exorcise and water are as neces sary as food Frequent examinations should bo mado by a competent In spector to make cure of tho health at tbo herd and any nnlmals found suturing from Infectious or conta Klaus diseases should bo Immediately Toniovod to hospital stalls for proper care With such reasonable treatI- IHJnt a pure bred Lord will prove liuolf the best Investment that tho iutclllgont farmer man snake and will JM a sourcu of constant satisfaction aad pride TO HOLD A GATE OPEN Brace Which Can Be Swung Out of the Way When Not In Use Ttto Hluetratlon bowsin very handy ta+ Uxxl which I Invented tp hold a swing gate open i8t ainy width eeriePendent angu Judd Farm er Most gates lemhung so they swing upward a little In opening to clear snow rae etc They awing shut of their own accord lianco something to bold Jho gato qpon at any placo win 11 o driving trough or lot tins out stock Is a aeacsalty Te molt this need J duvlucd the bmco bown herewith at is simply a ptaao of wood 1x2 iBeofl and a little longer than halt the height off the gate One end Is tasted by a iiplkc pswod through It and driven Into tho edge of the vertical board at the end of tha gate rr It may be taut on with II Mire Tan dotted late show Its poaitVaa when not In sae It being swung upward and snapped beneath a spring Balled to the top ed tho gate Dairy Fact ICtjThosteadily Increases during tho past tea yearsIt Impossible lor a cow to be two opposite things a dairy cow of the highest typo and a beet animal of tho greatest possible valve Tho control of moisture In butter Is not possible without tho control of churning temperatures Ice and ther- mOMeters ire necessary for tho mak ing of butter under proper conditions The New South Wales Farmer and farmeraT ForVmilked 72 cows night and morning without keeping any hired help their family ooailstlnK of one small child We are told that the farmer and hls wife were bcklthy and rbbiisljwblch they jyted UKiSd JiBe l of bomAdtlr l aa + n 1 SCIENCE OF MILKING CLEAN What Prof J L Hills of Vermont Ex perlment Station Has to Say It Is well known that tho average milker gets less milk than ho who does a thorough job that Incomplete mllklug means not only direct but In direct loss not only on Immediate lessening of the tat yield but tends toward drying the cow A Danish scientist lias recently developed a spe clal system of udder manipulation a sort of massage of tho mammary gland as It were which It Is claimed augments tho How Tho Hegolund method aa It Is called Involves three manipulations each thrlco repeated or until no more milk Is obtained First tho pressure of the quarter on each side against each other thrice repeat ed followed by removal of tho milk second tho pressure of the glands to gather on each side the fore quarter being first manipulated and then tho hindquarters followed by removal of tho milk and third the forequarters are pressed between hand and body tho hands holding tho teats loosely then the hind quarters also followed milkingTrials the scheme made at the Wisconsin and New York stations af forded a dally average Increase per cow of a pound of milk and two ounces of butter Tho after milk was Very rich In fat testing above ten per cent This after milking takes not to exceed flvo minutes time often only two or three minutes The two ounces of butter may bo held at a low estimate to bo worth two cents This would bo a lair pay for flvo minute work 24 cents an hour and tho skim milk thrown In Not only Is more milk and butter made but the secretion Is stimulated and tho lac tation period prolonged It may bo remarked however that the differ once in milk and butter yields be tween this method and careful strip ping are not great This Danish method emphasizes more perhaps than has hitherto been done the act ual and potential losses duo to Incom plete milking COMPOSITION OF MILK Proportion of Solids to the Water Content A given quality of milk Is said to Solids In Milk Compared contain 87 per cent water and 13 percent total solids Tho latter Is dlvld ed Into sugar 480 per cent fat four per cent easels and albumin 36 percent and ash seven per cent The diagram as worked out by tho Hotel station shows the comparative rein lions of the various chemical factors Feeding Timothy Hay For 100 years or more It baa been the practice to feed Timothy hay to cows giving milk the impression bo ing that timothy tray Is the best kind of bay In the world for such a purpose Tho tact is that timothy hay Is a very poor Mad of feed rot dairy cows unless some protein element Is fed with it Shorts and bran are both good to supplement timothy hay as they are rich in pro WIn Any meal thzt cornea from a leguminous plant Is rich In nitrogen which Is the base of protein Such meals as those from peas soy beans and cow peas Will balance timothy hay profitably Alfalfa hey can bo tell with Umotlar hay to advantage these two OOln1r a nature to bal BCO each other Carbonated Milk Carbonic acid gas may yet prove to bon valuable pronn8Uvo It is weU known that ncikJier insects nor veg rubles will live wiero tills gas is Yea abundant It Is argued that It tho air in the palls can be flllod with this gas all the germa in milk wttt be rendered liannlosa Some ox pertinents are wider way to domon+ Htrsio the truth e f Oils theory Fresh mite was treated with carbon dloxid gas under presi re f60 to 70 pound and the milk kept uweet for from ten days ito two weeks at a temperature of 64 to 70 degrees Details of tho experiment are sot yet obtainable An Easy Way to Get Wad of Stumps A method of getting rid of stumps which has been highly recommended and wfcdch to bo effective should be done W7 Is as follows Dora a bolo ono or two Inches la diameter And about 16 inches deep info tho center of the stump Thoa pit into tills hole ono or two ouaees of saltpeter Fill the bolo with water and plug it up In Ute spring tako out tho plug pour In about onehalf gallon of kerosene oil and light It The tump wilt smolder away to the very extremities of tho toots leaving nothing but the acfeos Farming Dairy Barns Need Improving Tho dairy barns in somo localities are not generally of first class con struction and many of them could bo Improved In some of tho barns more windows aro being placed but these are not so numerous as they should be As yet cement is HtUe used In tho construction of dairy tables The old barns tbat arc bo lag repaired are not being remodeled according to modern Ideas The most objectionable feature In the barns In many localities are Jack of light lack of modem stanchlooi and lack of cleanUoow + It c THE MAGIC LADDER A Trtsk Which the Little Yeti Can Perform nave you soon a string nnu do tricks Hero is a trick you can do on a small scale which will make a very Httlo paper ladder Tako a strip of paper about 24 inches long by six wide Roll It loosely but evenly so that your thumb It you are a Httlo chap or your forefinger It you aro a grownup will slip easily Into the roll Press the roll flat and wIth sharp scissors cut out a piece as marked by dotted lino which will mako the roll look boatshaped Then press tho center of tho bottom of the Showing How It la Made little boat below It up and A and C down and mako a sharp crease at D Then holding tho ends A and C lightly In the loft hand grasp ono fold of the paper at n out of tho broken roll and keep on pulling gently and firmly until the ladder Is complete The sides of the ladder should bo even so that it may bo shut up again like a telescope A little practice will make perfect In this and amuse little people and big The strong man dots this with I1n enormous roll of paper which ho tears with his Uncers Instead of using scissors Wanted It Short When Archbishop French was dean of Westminster ho delegated Canon Curcton to preach on certain saints days to boys of the Westminster school Tho boys attended the service and then had the rest of the day as a holiday White Mr Curcton on the morning of tho day bo was to omclate I was looking over his sermon at the breakfast table his son asked In a- toneI vibrating with anxiety Father is yours a long sermon today No Jimmy not very Out how long Please tell mo Well about 20 minutes I should say Dut why aro youI so anxious to know Because father tho boys say they will thrash mo awfully If you are more than halt an hourI Cry of Worn Wolff A youth who thought It was fun t alarm his companions swam round the andltending that ho was drowning n last he went down with a shout fo help and no attention was paid him This time ho did not reappear on the surface and searchers were unable to find his body This says tbo Youths Companion Is tho old story of the boy who cried Woltl Wolf so often that when a wolf finally did attack him be was loft to his fate Not a Fair Deal Two boys who managed to be rather unruly In school so exasperated their teacher that she requested them to remain after hours and write theIr names 1000 times They plunged Into the task Some 15 minutes later one of them grow uneasy and began watching his companion in disgrace Suddenly the first ono burst out wIth dcepalr between his sobs and said to tho teacher Taint fair mum I His nainoa Rush and mines Schluttoi merer Ladles Homo Journal Mud Pies Baby Meg was supposed to bo say ing her piece of poetry to her father relates the Boston Post Little drops of water little grain of sand make she lisped but Just then she flow off to catch the kitten so at last her father said Come come Meg what do the makeMud pies said Meg who bad quite forgotten tho rest of the verse r rw Ioii t Yr rew Ynbn 11 iAILJr 1IrJtVU nb HOW I FOOLHD MY DOSS Story of a Young Man Who Cheated Himself of Success On a street car recently I overheard A finelooking young man of about twentyono telling two companions how ha managed to cheat his em ployer out of an hour and a balls tlmo every day for over a year This is tho substance of what he said Ho was out a great deal with the boys and got on an average only about five and a halt hours sleep n night This not being sufficient ho managed to sleep an hour and n halt each day during business hours Ho went on to descrlbo a large door situated just back of the private of fice In tho store which when open cut off quite a little corner of space In such a way that he could seclude himself there without danger of being seen In this secluded corner seated In a chair ho took a nap of an hour and a half each day Several of tho other clerks know about this retreat and they took turns during the day so tbat some one of them was resting or sleeping there most of the day i I Ono of his companions asked the yosug man how ho managed to avoid detection He replied that the door opened Into a passageway and was never closed In the daytime that the boss never had occastlon to look behind I It and that ho would not be likely to miss ono clerk mong so many and that oven if ho did thero was always someone who would give tho signal So together the young men managed to cheat their employer out of tho equivalent of ono mans entire time I bad been admiring this young mans striking appearance before ho told his story Ho had a splendid head and a very strong face and 1 bad said to myself How I wish I could tell that young man what great possibilities are before him It be is only equal to his opportunity Vet on tho very threshold of his career ho was systematically cheating his em ployer and glorying in his cleverness In doing It There aro tens of thousands of men in the groat failure army today who thought they wore getting tho best of their employer In ther younger days because thoy clipped their hours shirked their work says O a Maiden In Success Magazine They they wore going to theughtI In tho world just as you before they realized it they hud faa toned upon themselves the habit ol cheating or deceiving until they grad wally became so dishonest that they not only wore not promoted but either lost their positions as well or when they started in butrinoss for thom selves lost their credit their stand lag tbo conlldnco or others and gratlualy went to the wall or landed In tho penitentiary DANCING DALLS Amusing and Mystifying Results at Small Expense Get a widemouthed bottle closed by a hollow cork In which is Inserted the pipe of a small glass funnel By means of sealingwax mako airtight and watertight all tho crevices that might leak both between funnel and cork and between cork and bottle Halt flit tho bottlo with water and throw In tho two powders that are used to mako seltzer water tartaric acid and bicarbonate of soda which may bo bought at a drug store ready for use Effervescence will at once take place throwing oft carbonic acid therHut If you have placed within the funnel two or three little balls ot Making the Balls Dance older pith or even pf cork thq gas cannot escape except at Intervals for orificeyBy painting those balls In different colors you may produce a pretty effect Tho effect may bo made more beau tiful says the Chicago Dally News by cutting tissue paper in the form or a butterflys wings and sluing them to one of the balls Thn balls will dance up and down In the tunnel and the imitation butterfly will flutter as U over a flower Naming Hindoo Babies A Hindoo babys name Is generally chosen by the mother arid bestowed 12 days after birth Sometimes tho father wishes another name rather Una that elected by tfae tB6lher In thaffaso the names are written and overdl6h 1tr pfacVrf ti lamthid the riiW oVer which oil liMp botns- brlskts4hliitJtb ltigirllfCht ibUd receive J t f J1855 Berea College 19067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOIPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL stutnts s Over 50 Instructors 1017 from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject Set many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sam lecture a library and general advantages as for more advanced afadems Arithmetic v and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing M + Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksITRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frao tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young ti man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science 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 Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards sky NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue 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 any course Small extra fees A I Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the moneyIreceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yearImore than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books ete vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climateIis the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost I LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter r SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar JDtfetit II as guarantee 4 eteI for care of school etc pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersallour instruction is a free gift The Incidental 4 Fee for most students is 500 a term 1400 ta lower Model Schools in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses 1600 PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be returned at end of term 3000I Those who do not pay All in advance most pay as follows Inci i dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks Fin advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 6755 7oth daYiS4oO- UR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations ta r protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sic the College provides doctor and I nurse without extra charge I All except those with arentsin Berea live ta College buildings and assist in workof boarding hall farm and chops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor ExIcept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to era as as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to ears 13toaWIt is important to come the first day September 2and stay I till the end December PISI WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY 4 i Madison County Roller Mils f I NM4M- 1MirtfgctarFil i j jRiir PISW I fin Meat SIIf Sttt Glwrel Carla I Out GOLD DUSrk cif 11W iI It bird 1 lint i- fofttDe P MA1kS0NMM MM IIEi i 1l Potts Duuso I j Jii J 1ILTHE HOME J With the Cooking Class By Mr run Lemon Pie Hero is a good lemon pie recipe girls and one that will come out just right if you will measure everything carefully Materials Sugar threefourths cup Boiling water threefourth1 cup Flour 0 rounding tablespoons 2 beaten egg yolks lemon juice S I tablespoons Butter 1 tablespoon Grated rind of one lemon Directions Mix the flour and sugar together with enough cold water i to make a smooth paste Add the boiling water stirring constantly Cook 1 tuntillik thick cream in a double boiler or set in a pan of hot water IIj Pour this cooked mixture slowly over the beaten egg yolks add the butter jl juice and grated rind of the lemon Return to the boiler and cookuntil f r thick stirring constantly to keep it smooth Line a pie pan with pie 1 dough prick well with a fork and bake until a delicate brown Fill this with the cooled lemon mixture and cover with the whites of eggs beaten stiff and sweetened with one tablespoonful of sugar for oaoh egg and a little lemon juice Sot in oven and brown slightly This lemon pie is very good but not so good so all the girls of the- E class say as- Marlboro PleCut four large sour apples into quarters without peeling stow and press through a colander or coarse salve To this pulp add thrpo cg yolks beaten light with onohalf cup sugar and juice and rind of one lemon If you have no lomon use one tablespoonful of doughLITHE SCHOOL I SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS and EXPOSITIONS Ily TROT J w DINSMORB An exhibition is a public showing of what is being accomplished in school It has a number of objects in view It is expected to increase public interest and secure greater cooperation to be an incentive effort on the part of the pupils to quicken a lagging interest at the middle or toward the close of the term to promote diligence and good fellowship tb bring to light any latent genius that might otherwise remain undiscovered- An exhibition as commonly given consists of declamations essays ora lions debates dialogs calisthenio drills current events items of local inter est and speeches by visitors and teachers It fairly represents tho 1schoolin the above particulars it fails to represent it in by far the greater fJ part of its daily work An exposition is a public display of the actual work done in every branch of study It should consist of samples of all work done by every pupil in school It should set forth as graphically as possible reading writing spelling arithmetic geography including mapdrawing physiology language composition drawing nature study in short all branches taught I and any special work that is being attempted such as manual training cook ing sewing gardening orthe like It shows the skill advancement and thoroughness of the school but I fails to show the ability of the pupils to speak or sing or march It is the complement of the exhibition and when the two are combined as they may easily be the school is fully represented A few suggestions for the preparation and carrying out of each may be helpful It is the right and should be the privilege of every one when on in spection to be seen at his best This does not mean that shoddy work may be jbe rule in the daily routine with occasional furbishing up to de ceive the public It means that in all work there are chips and rubbish there are earnest attempts and honest failures there are repeated trials and final triumphs all work should be the best possible at the time But there comes a time whan the tears of failure are past and the crown of I success is reached then our work is ready for the masters eye I An exhibition should be planned a considerable time before it is to bob given It may be in the teachers mind for several weeks before being mentioned to the pupils He must take account of the material at hand of the talent to be used This one principle should be laid down as irre- fragable that every pupil in the school must have some part If one can not sing he can take part in a motion song if ho cannot recite alone he can in concert with his class To plan something for the smallest the dullest and the timidost may require tact and wisdom but it must be done I When the plan is sufficiently matured to insure its feasibility it may be made known to the school It will be more enjoyed if initiative appears to come from the pupils It will be strange if the pupils have not made some inquiries as to whether there should be an exhibition this term The teacher has evaded the question or promised to consider it Ia this caao ifhomay say that he has been asked to consider the advisability of giving an exhibition has done so and sees no reason why it shuld not be done if i the school as a whole desires it This being ascertained to his satisfac tion he may outline his plan laying down such simple conditions as seem best In will be wise to let the pupils have as much share in the plann ing as they are capable of They may elect committees with the understanding that the teacher is by virtue of his responsibility a member of each These committees may be on program advertising decoration arrangement of platform cleaning up the grounds etc No student should serve on more than one or two committees Each committee may call upon others for assistance In this way all will be enlisted I i ITHE FARM Horse Talk BTTDI I e The little colt should have a feed twice a day of oats braa and oil mealS21begining with a pint and increasing to a quart A colt fed in this way and given a run in a paddock every day will never have unsound feet and legs unless by accident I Weak food will make a weak coll weak legs and unsound joints As soon as grass is frostbitten wean the colt if It is old enough and give it the grain ration and secondgrowthclover or alfalfa If too young give the mare plenty of nutritious food and give them a roomy box stall at nightMany colts are given ugly tempers by cruel and careless currying To scratch and hurt a colt or horse will oauso him to bate the oper ation and the operator Many currycombs are knocked all out of shape and some of the teeth cut like knives Look at your currycomb They are often instruments of torture Teach the boys to use it gently and keep it in order Be generous in the use of the brushes but sparing in the use of the comb Good grooming should be done every day to keep the pores open the I skin healthy and the hair silky Soft hair is very warm and is a nonconductor I of heat Never leave a reeking mew of wet straw and manure under the bones It ruins tho health and eyes and IB a disgrace to any horse owner BRISTLES BT GEORGE The sow should be bred so that the pigs will acme in time to make good growth Which of your brood sows farrowed the largest litter Yes certainly she is the same one that farrowed a large litter last spring She always has a big litter She is an old standby she is the kind that make the pig business certain she is the kind that pays her board When you select young sows for breeding purposes pick out her pigs there is lots of good luck in doing that sort of thing Exercise is necessary for breeding stock and they ihould be allowed to run in the open fields and lots until the cold weather when they can be brought to the pens and allowed to run in roomy yards on fine days f They should be largely fed on nitrogenous foods such as promote growth and stamina Wheat bran middlings fed in moderate quantities together with skim and buttermilk should be fed and growth and frame rather then fat produced 4 J r Ii I o 0lolololololololololoeol0Eighth o History 6 ThrllllDit IIOI7 at tha Pan tare O1ao Oat Bclmnt Wok in the Civil War a SOOOSOSoloeosoSOooooiCHAPTER The 12th of September our Ulrlilo marched back to Lee ft Gordons Mills on the west fork of the Cklckainaug River Our brigade war late at night In reaching coup having to march In rear of a train and some beet rattle wo had captured from the enemy September 13 the sound of the bUilt cut sh rt our pleasant dreams Shan lug the cold dew from our gum bunk ou we formed a line ot battle tar one hour Our line of advance had driven the snowy from this point the 11 and from the wrecked appearance of the scattered rebel payrolls old trunks officers docks etc strewn over the ground the Johnnies must have loft suddenly while we were partaking ot- a breakfast prepared from the remnants of our previous days allow anceGeneral T Wood division on the opposite side of the river was attack ed by a rebel division We haoUlj formed and doubledQulcked over to his support From the rattle ot email arms the battle was hot but was of short duration Before we arrived Woods men had run them off but a rpbol battery paid us a fw eompll ments In the shape of some shell that came uncomfortably near some of us At 2 oCclock p m we recroM ed the river and rejoined the balance of Crlttendens Corps occupying the same ground as wo did the previous nightSeptember 14th Reveille at 4 a m and orders to march at daylight As usual on such occasions we had a hurried breakfast Many were the different opinions expressed as to where and which way we move next It was generally known to our men that General Bragg was receiving big reinforcements from Richmond and Jo Johnsons army at Atlanta and tho boys said If we are to cross the river on the east side therell be some unpleasantness sure But at eight oclock the various arguments on that subject were unceremoniously cut very short by General Crittenden march Ing us with all the Twentyfirst Corp out on the road toward Chattanooga After proceeding about five miles we halted in column and remained there until dark The mon were allowed to sit or Ho down and those who were fortunate to have any grub cooked got away with itWhen darkness began to spread over our wooded retreat we resumed the march and moved to within one mile of Lookout Mountain and blv ouacked on a small hill In McLamore Cove This move was to form a clOS- ter connection with General Thomas and await the tardy movements of IcCooka Corps having been sent around by Valley Head to cross Lookout Mountain at Stephena Gap and Join tho main army here t The most of the Eighth lay down under their gum blankets to sleep without supper and some wero too hungry to sleep but never too tired o grumble when their haversacks and stomachs were both empty The writer lay for hours listening to the humorous discussions of the men on the wisdom or foolishness ot this mysterious move We at last slept leaving the red signal lights still bobbing away on Lookout The everlasting bugle as the boys called It awoke us at 4 oclock- on tho morning of the 15th Soon the effects of so much promiscuous firing around the picket line began to come Into camp in the shape of skinned hog sheep and occasionally a quarter of beef would come wagging In between two soldiers It was a sweet and savory odor emlnatlng from hundreds- of broiling steaks and frying mutton whotUng our already keen appetites Soon full stomachs and cheerful faces took the places of sad hungry men CHAPTER XII At S oclock on the morning of the 16th the bugles sounded the assembly and put a stop to our cooking and feasting At 9 a m the Twentyfirst Corps was marching on the road to the noted Crawfish Spring where we tailed for one hour and filled our CA- nteens from the fountain that forms the head of West Chickamauga River Three miles further south wo bivou acked near Owens Mill on East Chick- amauga Companies H and I were detailed from the Eighth for picket We knew the enemy to be near our front and great vigilance was there tore necessary no tire or light being allowed at the reserve But the night passed very Quietly except by one MenoioaK Timbers ofoak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays t Me the right ItdlIe oak ire men in whoseImaterialsChildhood U the time to lay the foundation for sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Vm Send fortree sample SCOTT ds BOWNE Ohemie 409418 Peart aWM New Yrtc oAa431moa aJ4 a171Ntettla- f alarm caused by Gabbard Company 0 who tired at and badly orlppl d- a cow that ha had supposed to b II mounted rebel We remained here for three days expttctib an attack The night ot the 16th a reconnoitering party from the Eighth and Twentyfirst Kentucky ot- sixteen men and two officers Captain Wilson and Savage crossed tho river and silently crept through brush and thickets until they came near the enemys cavalry vldcttes two of them standing together Captain Wilson ot the Eighth heard theta conversing and crept near enough to boar thorn debating the probability of General Uragg and Longstrccta combined forc es being able to utterly annihilate thu Union army under Uosecrans In case they succeeded lu cutting us off ChattanoogaThe about soon there was some firing between the enemy and Palmers division on our right Tiro morning of the 18th two men of the Eighth privates M King and A Logs don passed the pickets x go tu Owens Mill to exchange some coated orate scrip for some of the old tel lows black flour When nearing the stream King discovered a rebel picket perched on the fence near the mill house King stepped behind a tree and Instantly fired killing the Johnny This was like stirring up a hornets nest The rebel skirmish era Immediately commenced advancing and opened on our picket lines In a few minutes a rebel battery from a hill near the mill opened fire on our camp Artillery was hurried into position Our pickets were reinforced and held them In cheek but their shells played havoc with our coffee pots tryingpans and a nice lot ot beef the boys were jerking as slow ly drying It In strips was called by our negro cooks One of the negro cooks snatched his coffee pot from the fire and fled at the sound of the first shell We hastily formed and took a position behind a slight em Inence Just In the rear of our btvou ack fires The pickets kept up a lively skirmish for several hours the ar tillery from both sides throwing shell lively theirs principally passing over our line harmlessly At 6 p m we were relieved by Palmers troops and we marched to Lee II Gordons Mills arriving there near 10 oclock Lieutenants Williams and Lewis and my self were debating ways and means for supper as Dristo and Simp with all the other colored cooks had do camped leaving us without supplies when the white teeth and ebony coun tenance of Dristo appeared at our fire still carrying his rescued coffee pot and contents that had been Intended for our dinner Lieutenant Lewis In his joy at this lucky turn of af fairs said DrI If this war ever end you shall have a pension for heroic conduct Brlsto replied Mars lieutenant Is mighty feared dls nigger 11 end afoh de wah of I has ter stan annuder slch day- MOTHER WINS FIGHT For Dud Sons Insurance Only to race Another Legal Contest Richmond KyIn the case of Mrs Eugenia M Hume against the Fidelity and Casualty Co ot New York Judo Bontoa has decided that Mrs Hume la entitled to the = 20000 Insurance on her son William S flumes life Mr llumo WM lost In the wreck of the steamship Valencia lest year oft the coast ot Van couver Island He was a member ol the Hume Cooperate Co which tailed for over 100000 Immediately after the failure be went to California and embarked In business When he start ed for California he took out a policy on his me tor 20000 payable to his mother but upon his death the ques tloa was raised as to whether hit mother or his creditors wore entitled to the amount of the policy Mrs Hume was In donor of tho Hume Cooper Cos paper tor a largo amount and at the time the company was placed In bankruptcy she also was placed la bankruptcy W Neale Den nett was elected as bar referee and now has instituted proceedings In the federal court seeking to got the money for the benefit of her creditors although the was declared a bankrupt baton the death of her son ANOTHER STOCK FARM To Se Drought to Kentucky From Mt Kltce N Y Lexington Kylab thoroughbred breeding establishment of Miller Bishop Painter now located near Mt Klsco N T will bo sent to Kentucky and quartered at LA Belle stud of H P HeadUy in this county Among the horses comprising tho stud are tha = 60000 French stallion Adam which the now firm recently Imported to this country and the famous American stal lion Spendthrift and about 30 brood mares The firm Is composed of An drew Miller of the Eastern jockey club C F Bishop and Blair Painter and when tho partnership was flrst formed several months ago tho trio purchased Spendthrift and removed him to New York to head their stud The firm Is now in the market for a Kentucky farm and untU ono is found will keep their horses at La Belle FEUD TRIALS ON DOCKET Men Charged With Assassination of Marcum Will Face Court Lexington KyIn tho circuit court at Beattyvllle Lee county the cases of John Smith and John Abner Broathltt county foudlsts charged with the as sassination of James B Marcum will be called It Is likely that Judge John E Dorsey of Henderson will arrive here to try the case he having been appointed special judge In several Breatbitt county feud cases Smith and Abner were tried jointly with DF French on a charge of as sassinating Marcum In August at Boat tyyllle but the jury disagreed Both men are In Jackson jail They have beea practically deserted by Judge Hargls and it is believed that they will make some sensational statements when they are placed on the witness stand e REAL ESTATE I have a farm containing 74 acres next to the pike i and in reach of Berea College This is a very good farm It has a largo house on it good water good barn anda goodorchard There are 1C acres in grace This turn is worth more than I ask for it Thuro it non i ion fa tobacco on the plain that in na fine nl there U la Madieejw JcountyAny ono wanting this place will do well Is e alai seo J P Bicknull at once I also have improved and uultnprortd lots la fiwrv for sale v I can furnish you with anything you want 4hrss tat pleuicnts fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paints oils roofing steeland galvanized I make a specialty In put ting on roofing If you will call at my store IwiU show you the latest best anti most economical oil stoves that anon the market A perfect beauty and n grunt comfort to the lady in the kitchen I have a very complete line at groceries hardware dry goods clothing and if you went a Rood suit of clothes at very little money come audI ma J Pe BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY II c WHO SAID GROCERIES C J She ought to have said it through the telephone No II tor have called in person and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON t When you want good things at low prices Ws IkI sewn to talk with 20 pounds Granulated Sugar fioo- I TryaSack of Euroka Flour Best on Earth 55 i White Rose Flour per Sack 501 12 Pint Cups 15 K All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before BMBI- fc All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered attcrnOOll1 Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery a I II Rsk Ssltithltitisalt isKissttitlskf7eltkCf i41tsk1sttts iltsisakllitlttlklArTSIwI WWO COURT DECIDES Against Foreign Mission Board Chan dlers Million Goes To Relatives Augusta Me Nov 13The Maine supreme court decided against the American board of oornmtaloners for foreign missions which contested Ute will of Solomon 11 Chandler of Tort land When Chandler made his will In 1896 ho directed that his estate valutyl at 1000000 should to to tho American board but In 1902 ho wrote a codicil leaving his entire property to relatives The American board contested the codicil on the ground that when U was add d to tte will the testator was not of sound mind Money Rolling In Cleveland 0 Nov 13 John D Rot kofellar has contributed SNOOOO toward rebuilding the San Francisco Y M C A bulldlnc destroyed In the recent earthquake U II Severance of Cleveland also contributed 1600 and 1000 came from an unknown Clevelander There was no difficulty In 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Supplies for first year to experienced fanners who can offer good references For particular address Southern Commercial Co Natchez Miss FEELING LtVERSHThisOrlnri7 TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer TO CUHK A COLD IN ONE MAT Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulalne T blcU DnmgiiU refund if It fella to cur X W CkOVW signature U oo Mb boll Itt THE ELECTIONS Hughes Republican Hailed Victor in New York By 53175 Phralfy HICK LONOWORTH REELECTED Chairman Dick Ohio Claims Entire Republican Tick et By 75000 And Roosevelt Has His Wish of More Support in Congress I Republicans Gain Two Congressmen In Old Kentucky Contest For Gubernatorial Nomination Is Close Other States NEW YORK Now York Nov 8 Reports received from all over the state Indlcato that tho en Uni democratic state ticket with tile uxccptlou of Hearst may havo been elected It is probable that the official can mass of tho return by tho boards of canvassers In each county will be qulred to settle the result beyond a doubtAccording to late figures HughcH la the only republican state nominee who has been elected the others running bohlnd by margins of from 3532 to 82G1 The pluralities for tho respec tive nomlncce In the several counties und tho pluralities In thu state as re calved wcro as follows State Pluralities Governor Hughes rep 13173 lieutenant governor Chan lor dim 3376 secretary of state Whalon dom 3632 controller Glynn dom G79S state treasurer Ilausrr dcm CIS7 attorney general Jackson dem 0912 state engineer SUcno dora 82C- 1lleturns of the election In New York Tuesday many of which are still Incomplete Indicate that Charles EVAns Hughes will hara a plurality of about C7000 over William Randolph Hearst which may be Increased to GOOOO when I nil of thu upstate districts havo boon heard from I t At a late hour tho result with regard to the remainder of the democratic independence leagno ticket was still In doubt with tho chances favoring tho election of most of the republican can dldntrs The legislature will be republican by a heavy majority In both branches the senate standing 31 republicans and 20 republIennsleague and 1 In doubt Tho most notable feature or tho eon cresflonnl fights was tho defeat of Rep rmcntatatlvo James W Wadsworth in tho 34th district where Peter A Porter defeated tho father of the speaker I ngalnatWadaworthing out of Wadswortha stand against tho bill to curb tho beef trust Ills nllefitxl friendship for the trust resulted in his political downfall An Interesting detail In connection with Ihs contest was the fact that Porter used tho picture of a cow as his em blem on the official ballot OHIO Columbus 0 Nov Srorn reports had hero there Is no reason for repubJlCAn1 the given by Senator Dick in J rwhich ho says tho plurality would y reach 70000 From every section of the stato reports show counties to bavo boon car tied by Thompson About twothirds of tho republican county chairmen ian been heard from each with tho complete voto of his county In ov aepubJlcanpinNot a county In the state so far reported to either the republican or tho democratic stato committee shows n democratic gain Tho reports served to clear up tho congressional situation It is nppar ont that the republicans have elected I 16 congressmen and tho democrats butt flvoI Tho republicans have elected con grcssmon In two democratic districts tho Third and tho Thirteenth while tho democrats havo captured theI Sixth normally republican but which went off because of tho factional trou bles growing out of tho old IIlid 0 brandtScroggy row Tho friends of Speaker Carml A Thompson aro gleeful over his trl umph because of tho fact that tho democrats aimed all their guns at him In the entire campaign Ignoring all other candidates on the ticket It Is therefore very gratifying to the young republican leader that ho has been so handsomely vindicated at the hands of the people of tho state Ohio congressmen by districts 3 Nicholas Longworth rep 2 Herman P Goebol ro- plJ Eugene handing rll- ptW E Touvello dem 61 T Ansberry do- m6M R Denver de- m7J Warren Kolfcr rep SRalphD Colo rep Sbaae It Sherwood demo 30 Harry T Dannon rep 11Albort Douslai rep 113E L Taylor Jr rep t Mouser re- p14J K Laning rep 160 U Dawcs rep 1GC L Weems rep 17W A Ashbrook tern 38 Janiris Kennedy rep 19W Aubrey Thomas rep 20 Paul rep 21 Tbeodbre Burton rep Cincinnati Nov 7The election In Cincinnati and Hamilton county had j U Ideal condition on weather calcu lated to bring out a largo vote and li was ouch Thero tad boon predictions by men prominent In both parties and some of tho figures they gave were of an ex travagant character while others were more conservative Each sldo was confident of tho result and when tho polls closed at 530 oclock each side felt that It had won There has rarely been an election In Cincinnati that was more peaceful and devoid of any sort of disturbance The voto was cast early probably four fifths of tho ballots having been de posited by noon or not later than 1 oclock Nor did there seem to bo great effort to get out the votes that remained to bo cast after those hours Tho disposition seemed tot bo to lot tho people do as they pleased as to this Tho election of the ertlro county republican ticket with but ono excep tions by pluralities ranging from 1000 to 3000 Is assured Longworth and Goobol for congress are elected by comfortable pluralities The election of Gumming dom for county infirmary Is conceded Tho contest between Samuel Smith jr and Stanley Matthews for circuit judgeship resulted In Smiths election by a plurality of 274- INDIANA Indianapolis had Sept 7The of ficlal returns from G8 of the 92 counties of Indiana with tho unofficial returns from the others give tho republican state ticket a plurality of 31021 This estimate given by Secretary of State Sims was regarded by him as con servative Ho said that tho republican plurality may exceed 32000 which would to about MOO less than In 1903 In tho absence of Chairman OBrien Secretary Rally of tho democratic state committee estimated that tho plurality for tho republican state ticket would not exceed 20000 Chairman Taggart and other democratic leaders did not think It would reach 17000 but their returns were not as complete as thoso at the republican headquarters Chairman Goodrich and Gov Hanly are satisfied that the republicans will havo at least C3 of tha 100 members ot HIP lower branch of the legislature Par a time however It looked as If the house might bo democratic by a margin of two or three as several re publican strongholds went democratic Marion county saved tho day for the republicans by electing eight republican members of tho house and one senAtor there Is considerable doubt whetheror not tho republicans will have more than C2 members A message received hero from Terre hauls Indicates that tho official returns may give the republicans one or two members of the house from Vlga county who are now counted In the democratic columns There also Is like lihood of a contest balng flied In St Joseph county by tho unsuccessful republican candidate The makeup of tho legislature will probably to as follows Senate Re publican now members 17 hold ovens 20 total 38 Democrats new members 8 holdovers 4 total 12 7TolAltotal democrats on joint ballot 89 Republican majority In both branches 32 The democrats will have more members of tho house than at any session since 1892 KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 8Wllh but a fow mountain counties to hear from and these probably Increasing his load Gov Beckham has almost cer tainly won his fight against Senator McCroary for the nomination for tho United States sonatorshlp in Tuesdays democratic primary The governors majority will bo about 4000 Samuel W Hager was nominated for governor In Uio same primary bra majority of between 12000 to 1DOOO Tho nomination for Attorney General goes to John K Hond ricks Although Senator McCreary carried Louisville by 7287 Gov Beckham ran so well In the country that ho overcame this lead and has In tho neigh borhood of 4000 to spare Tho complexion of Kentuckys rep resentation In congress shows some change tho republicans gaining two congressmen giving them a total of four In the lower house Tho new members are Dr A D James of tho rhlrd and John W Langley In tho Tenth Don G Edwards In the Eleventh republicansJohn Crepps Wlckllffc D 1ekhlm- whoso nomination In Tuesdays prl mary In succession to United States Senator McCrcary Is equivalent to nn election enjoys the distinction of hav Ing been tho youngest governor In the UnUcd States at tho time of his elec Lion having been only SO years olJ and when ho takes his seat In tile sen ale will bo the youngest member of that body Tho congressional results aro by districts First Olllo James demo SecondA O Stanley deco ThirdA D James rep Fourth Ben Johnson tern- FifthSwagcr Sherloy dom SlxthJ II Rhlnock tern Seventh W P Kimball deco Eighth Hnrvoy Helm tern Ninth J B Bennett rep TenthJohn W Langley rep Eleventh D C Edwards rep PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 7The most ex citing campaign In Pennsylvania In 22 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 reach 100000 Aside from tho contest for governor and other state officers the chief In terest centered in the battle In Phlla dolphla for district attorney and In n row of the congressional districts Members of the house of representa lives and county officers wero elected In every county and state senators were chosen In 25 of tho 60 districts The Incoming legislature will be strQngly republican although not so ovsrwholnltngiy for that party as I was two years ago IOKLAHOMA Guthrie Okla Nov 7The consti tutlon of the new state of Oklahoma will be written by democrats Yernon Whiting secretary of the Oklahoma t republican central committee conced ed tho democrats the 73 delegates while Chairman Dunn of tho demo cratic committee says there will be at least 78 delegates on tho floor ot the convention Republican managers admit that Ok disappointmentTfyo Territory was n practical concession to tho democrats but nine Oklahoma republicanloaderstion Tho Osago Nation elected two demo crate Tho Indians as a gcnoral rule voted the democratic ticket ILLINOIS Chicago Nov 7Returns from the city and from the county of Cook Indi onto that tho republican party has ear rled tile city of Chicago by 40000 for Smulskl tho candidate for stato treas uror and tho county of Cook by 30 000 As far as tho returns had been received however thoy Indicate thE election ot tho republican candidates EighthNinthIn the First district the voto was very close with EmrIch dom slightly ahead of Madden rop In tho Fourth and Fifth districts the democratic candidates wore slightly In tho lead but tho returns wcro so mea ger as to mako tho ultimate result a matter of conjecture only In the state outside of Cook county the democrats pare gained two con gressmen Caldwell being elected In tho 21st district and Foster In the 231 Ralnoy In tho 20th district was re elected rOlmbllcana plurality of between 100000 and 125000 MASSACHUSETTS Boston Nov 7Tbe republicans after a short but spirited campaign were victorious In the state election Gov Guild being reflected by a considerably Increased plurality District Attornoy John B Moran of Boston tha prahlbllionreceived a somewhat larger vote than that given the democratic candidate a year ago The republicans reelected their en lire state ticket although Lieut Gov Draper fell considerably behind Goy Guild The next legislature will bo republican by the usual large majority In both houses and this will Insure the election of United States Senator Mur ray Crane who Is rat present complet lug a brief term SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston S C Nov iTbe elctlon held In South Carolina was without Incident and a very small voto was castGov F M Ansell dem and the en tire state tlcet was elected the only opposition being J L Chandler who received half a hundred socialist votes Seven democratic congressmen wero elected five without opposition TENNESSEE Nashville Tenn Nov 7 Rcporta from over the state Indicate n large falling off In tho republican vote and that tho majority of Patterson dom for governor will approximate 30000 Tho congressional results are W Brownlow rep Nathan W halo rep John A Moon dem Cordell Hull dem W C Houston dem J W Gaines tem L P Padget dem J G It McCall rep or T W Sims dem Flats J Garrett dcm G W Gordon demo VIRGINIA Bristol Va Nov 7 Practically com plete returns from 12 ot the 14 coun ties composing tho Ninth congressional district give Slcmp rep a majority of about 100 The remaining counties may in crease this lead but both sides claim a victory NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh N c Nov 7ln North Carolina the vote was light but esti mated to be democratic by about 30000 The Eighth district is doubtful with two counties showing democratic gains of 450 over two years ago Tho Tenth district is close with the democrats slightly In the lead WEST VIRGINIA Wheeling W Vn Nov 7 Partial returns In West Virginia snow the probable success of nil five of the re publican congressional nominees by tho following pluralities Hubbard rep First district 3000 or more Sturgis rep Second district by 1500 or under Gaines rep by 3500 to 4000 Woodynrd rep by 2000 or rep Fifth dlsl by 3 000 or more The legislature will bo republican with tho present joint ballot majority of 57 Insuring tho reelection of Senator Elklns Psychologists In Demand Cincinnati Nov 7Tho federal government Is going to employ psychologist They atc wanted to study no cases of Insanity presented In the gov ernment hospital for tho Insane la Washington Tho yearly salary Is 1500 Robbers toot Passengers Gallup N M Nov 7Whlle west bound Santa Fo passenger train No1 was standing on tho track here threo men with revolvers entered tho coaches and forced the passengers to hold up their hands Thoy secured say oral hundred dollars in money Youth Shoots His Mother New York Nov 7Whllo taking apart his revolver so that it could Jo no harm In tho house Henry Stedner 18 of College Point L I accidentally shot his mother She Is dying anI the boy will lose his reason as a result of the tragic accident Treasury Statement Washington 5Tov 7Tlle statement 6t the treasury balances In the general twit exclusive of tho t150Ig0Gg9i jjpy reserve shows bal antes 922C9S54C5 gold coin and out lion JU4305S71 gold certificates 14- 87p20 HIS TRIP HAS BEGUN ROOSEVELT AND PARTY LEAVE CAPITAL FOR ISTHMUS GONE TO VIEW THE DITCH Gala Times Arranged For the Presl dents Visit Will Not Interfere With Canal Inspection Washington Nov 9Good I am going down 16 see how tho ditch Is getting along shouted President Roosovclt as ho stood on the after starboard deck ot tho yacht May ow er at the Washington navy yard as the vessel was leaving the dock with the president for his Panama trip Accompanying tho president were Mrs Roosevelt and her maid Surgeon General Klxey of tho navy and M C Latta ono of the assistant secretaries at the white house Tho Mayflower took the party to Wolf Trap Light at the mouth of the Rappahannock river In Chesapeako bay where a transfer was to bo made to tho battleship Louisiana which Is to convey the president to and from the Isthmus President and Mrs Roosevelt ar- rIved at tho navy yard where they were met by Secretary Loeb Capt Lcntzo the commandant of the yard and Capt A T Long of the May flowerA of marines and a detach ment of sailors wore drawn up about tho wharf and as tbo presidential car rialto arrived a welcome was sounded from tho bugler aboard ship and from a drummer In tho marine ranks For a few moments tho president and Mrs Roosevelt chatted with tho naval om cials on tho wharf and then as the band aboard ship played tho Star Spangled Banner and the bugle sounded another welcome they walked down tho gangplank aboard the yes selThere had assembled to meet them Postmaster General and Mrs Cortel you Ambassador Jusserand and Mme Jusscrand who carried a largo bunch of flowers for Mrs Roosevelt and James It Garfield commissioner of corporations They remained with the president about fifteen minutes until tho order was given to start Then a United States flag was run up tho vessels gait the gangplank was ta ken In tho ship loosed from her moor Ings and the trip to Panama was be gunAs the vessel started President Roosevelt appeared on deck and shout ed a goodby to tho crowd which had assembled Ho appeared to bo In par ticularly good spirits and remained on deck until tho vessel was out of sight The president will spend four days on the isthmus He will arrive at Colon Thursday November 15 where ho Is to be greeted aboard ship by President Amador of Panama and iMra Amador Chairman Shonts and other officials of the canal commission- A considerable portion of that day win bo spent at La Boca and Ancon tho train making a slow run across tho Isthmus In order to give an opportunity to see tho sights and make an exami nation of the work At La Boca there Is to bo an Inspection of the present terminals of the old French canal and the Panama railroad following which there will bo a trtq to nearby Islands where tho president Is to be shown tho proposed actual Pacific end of the canal In deep water and Its appearance Tho party will leave Friday Novem ber 23 for Washington When the Louisiana roaches Wolf Trap Light thoy will bo transferred to the Mayflower and proceed to Washington whero tho vessel is scheduled to ar rive Tuesday evening November 27 ANGRY MOB STRUNG UP NEGRO Just a Few Minutes Befor Troops Ar rrlve To Save His Life Moultrlo Ga Nov 9In a race between lynchers and Georgia state troops for tho possession of Jet Hicks tho negro who murdeted John Akrldgo a prominent planter the mob boat the militia by a few minutes to Salo City the county seat of Mitchell county stormed the jail and swung the negro to a trio In tho jail yard When the troops arrived they found the negro dying and a crowd of curious citizens watching tho contortions of the vie tim The citizens said thomob had just dispersed Tho negro was captured In Dooley county and was brought hero whence ho was taken to Sale City It was said that farmers were moving on Sato City to lynch tho negro when tho molt arrived and the Moultrlo militia was ordered by Gov Terrell to go tc Sato City on special and save the ne gro The troops loft on special which was run at high speed but failed to overtake tho train which was bearing tho negro Caught Two Whales San Francisco Nov IThe stea whaler William Baylies arrived her from the Arctic Her catch amounts to two whales during the cruise Ohio CounterlelterHeld- MUauket WIs Nov 9oeo Howard a counterfeiter who first told the pollco that his name was Geo Coin was arrested hero His whole outfit of tools with a largo number of spu rlous half dollars were seized How ard originally came from Ohio Cotton To Be Protected Atlanta Go Nov 9A movemenl designed to maintain a profitable price for oo against the consplra I alesof Wall street was Inaugurate at a meeting of the active commute of the SnnlhwB finttnn ftnaiVlatlon EQUALITY CF MAN IMPOSSIBLE ARCHBISHOP IRELAND TELLSI GRIZZLED VETERANS Rebuke Exponents of Utopian Belled and Say Mans RIghtis To Hli Own Sacred Council Bluffs la NOV 10Arch bishop Ireland delivered a severe rebuke to preachers of Utopias In re sponse to the toast Our Country at the annual banquet of tho Society ol the Army of tho Tennessee Gen Grcnvflle JI Dodge presided and Archbishop Ireland was the principal speaker of the evening Of tho grlz zlod warriors present tho venerable prelate asked Comrades did not America deserve well tho sacrifices you made for herf Is not America as she Is and as she will be the plenteous reward of these sacrifices The speaker extolled the material greatness of the country and noted In this connection a fouling of social rest lessness calling for new methods In the distribution of wealth and the en joyment It procures and Issued a cau tlon against tho danger of untried rem adios Tho very recognition of manhood In every man ho said maker the multitudes the rulers Tho wild anarchist the wouldbo assassin are the public enemies of society to tol crate whom Is to tolerate sedition An enemy too of public order Is the workman who refusing his own labor deters by violence a brother workman from tho offering of his labor as Is even in a greater degree the strong and tho powerful who override the law of tho land In carrying out the scheme of their ambition Private property is the right ol every man Ills right to dispose oi the fruits of brain and of hand must be regarded as sacred and inviolable It is tho corner stone of tho social structure Destroy it weaken It yoc establish barbarism Nor is private ownership to bo merely for tho lad vidual himself it is for those who are parts of himself his children and thoso others whom by his own free will ho chooses to make beneficiaries of tho rewards of his labor of mind or of limb Men are not and never can bo equal Proposed Utopias which Ig fore the naturo of men and the vital conditions of human society are a In suit no less than an injury to the In dlvldual whom they fain would beguile by their will o the wisp glamor and deception The gravest responsibility lies on all Just at this time to move slowly to think wisely to avoid all perils or leaps in the lark Without great enterprise will the country show the marvelous growth which we deem an essential character istlc of American IIf07 That largo ac cumulations of wealth bo not permit ted to ply their forces to violate tin laws of Justice to oppress and rule tho weak to absorb Into their own being the liberty and life is an undenla ble proposition But to strive to shat ter and ruin them is to aim at a na tlonal mediocrity through whlct America will at once descend In the scale of nations and the masses ol her people will be reduced to idleness penuryTo poorman to the wage earner I would preach tho doctrine of am bitten and energy to the rich and more fortunate 1 would practice un ceaslngly tho doctrine of justlca and charityAn feature of the delibera lions was the passage of a resolution strongly denouncing the statement ol an orator at the recent function ai Gen U S Grants monument to the effect that Gen Grant aspired to s dictatorship at the close of the cIvL warThe business of the session war practically concluded with the reeleo tlon of Gen Grenvlllo M Dodge at president and the selection of Vicks burg Miss as the place for holding the next meeting Discharged Negroes Causing Trouble San Antonio Tex Nov 10orders were received hero to send four com panics of the 26th Infantry to Ft Ron and they loft on a special train No information can be obtained ot to the status of affairs at Ft Roan but there Is a report that the negroes re cently dishonorably discharged on the orders of tho president aro causing much trouble there and that they are to bo disbanded Just as soon as pOll Bible Tho troops leaving hero have ball cartridges Forced To Postpone Effort Paris Nov IOM gantosDumont1 attempt to win the Grand Deutsch Arch Deacon prize which requires a flight of more than a kilometer la a I machine heavier than the air insisted unI Home Sweet Home Doomed Now York Nov 10Tho llttl thatched cottage at East Hamptos L I In which John Howard Payne au thor of Homo Sweet Home lived in his early years and which when he theeto bo destroyed Pioneer Fell Dead Kansas City Nov toD 0 Smart i a wealthy pioneer citizen while partic ipating In a revival service at Inde pcndcnce Avenue Christian church dropped dead Immediately after rising to request that the words of a certain hymn be read as a prayer To Inspect New Station Vleteet Coltano near herejto1 Inspect ttier fee eomuualeaurq rf 11 11 I I FORECASTFMESSAGE i PRESIDENT WILL SEND TO CON CRESS NEXT MONTH 4 WROTE BEFORE LEFT FOR PANAMA I The Message This Year Will Rank lr Importance With Others Which Roosevelt Has Transmitted IrI Washington Nor 12 Before Prost dent Roosevelt left Washington on hit t trip to Panama ho virtually completed t the message ho will send to congress next mouth During tho Interval between his return to tho capital and the convening of congress loss than a week he will have an opportunity to make some changes but for tho most i part It Is now In the form In which It will go to the lawmakers Thu mes I sage this year will rank in Importance 1t with others which Mr Roosevelt has r transmitted during his IncumbenCTIand It Is possible to give a forecast ot tits principal features t Without doubt tho most vital recom 1 mendatlon rebates to tho necessity of I formulating a method of regulating the growth of great fortunes In this country The president will urge conagress to devise a scheme of progressive taxation on all fortunes beyond certain amount either glvea In life orIdevised or bequeathed upon tho death of an individual Second la Importance will bo a tee ommendation for an enactment givii tho federal government supervisory s authority over corporations engaged tst interstate commerce A subject heretofore not mentioned in executive messages but which hu been agitating the country for many years will be treated In the message and that is the question of divorce If need be stated perhaps that the presl dent has sturdy views upon tho ncccsr ulty of preserving wholesome social conditions In the United States as af means of safeguarding and perpetuate ing our national institutions He rS gards the over Increasingg number ef divorces as a menace and hopes to see a remedy devised which will reduca the evil to a minimum Publicity of Expenditures The attention of congress will tor called to the desirability of the pas sage of a law providing for the publicity of expenditures made by COB gresslonal campaigns The president I e made a strong recommendation for such legislation last year and hissforthcoming message will don with It again In a forceful way Tho message wily contain recommea of r tdatlons designed to benefit the multil- udo 1f t of railroad employes In the Uak pt t i ed States and to promotO tho safety of passengers The president will y urge legislation requiring the use ol block signals upon ranroads engaged In Interstate commerce Ho will aloe advise an effective Inspection service so as to reduce tho number oC collisions It t Before ho left for thststhmus thespresident was requested to recom t mend the passage ot an eighthour law for all railroad employes and It Is bel- Ieved ho will do so this however Is not know definitely at this time The of congress to fix the hours ef railroad employes Is not doubted u i the rate law enacted at tho last session Would Indicate Immigration will furnish the subject of another strong recommendation The president has mode a careful study of this question and como to the conclusion that certain regions of Eu rope are sending an undesirable class of Immigrants to the United States The president would like to see a law passed permitting greater elastic- Ity in our monetary system A revision of tho tariff will act be recommended BULK OF SAGE RICHES Wllli GO To Individuals to Avoid En rlchlng Institutions New York NoT 32 Reports that Uto widow of Russell Sage meant to use her many minions of dollars to endow a home for aged teachers and in a fund to educate young mea for the church drew from Mrs Sage the first definite statement of her wishes and purposesSho through the prey that the thousands who have besIeged I her In Importunato quest of money have wasted their time Sire will have none ot them Mrs Sage means to distribute aaj within a short time evidently the bulk of the fortune tier hnsbsjul left to Tier I but she says In postttvo fashion that she will give as fas as possible to la divjduals avoiding Institutions and tet those she knows to be worthy Coughed Up a Twig Fairfield III Nov 12A small green twig swallowed moro than a year ago by Timothy Wiseacre a farmer living near here was coughed uptfromI thatIKing Alfonso of Spain iasstar- I ated upon hla arrival In v I Tile Reuter Telegram Co of London has received a dispatch from Madrid says lug the report Is without touadatioa Airship Is Successful Paris Nov 12The Immense dirt gable balloon La Vlljc d9 Paris can strictea byMpcubach made Its Brit flight successfully The balloon wia 0 ooyergeI I I dI I 7ncsollolroso00 East Kentucky aotaooeotlo0SoSotAoSO5otloso Correspondence l News You Get Nowhere Else 0 o Bo eorreiponiencs pvUiihtd eaten ltneJ la jen by the writer The sumo o o b not for publication btu an evidence of food faith Writ plainly o oo ofaoloSoloSOSoSoUoUoUoP JACKSON COUNTY CompctltlTO l iaminnlooa Competitive examinations for appointees to State Normal School juiHieu Richmond Kywill beheld at McKee Jackson co Ky or Snturday the 15th day of Dee 1000 Those wishing to take the exaimnn tions must make application not later than Deo 8 This county Jackson is intitled to threo appointees Also examination for appointees to the Normal Department to A M College Lexington Kywill be held Anr 15Decthe sameat McKee on H F MinterI Supt Jackson Co rVEnanlEN No12Pcople are enjoying fine weather at present Rer D B Clemmons filled regular appoint rant ot Pine Grove Sunday asstste Re Mr StanfordJR Calalln tradedihorses with Richard Angle Edward M Jones visited Johu Brock Lake went to Bore a SundayGreen Mondayand II set of blacksmith has returned tools Emory from Hamilton ODavld Gabbard of Indian Creek has built R F Jones a chimney recently Green Lake killed a fine beef last weekJohn Martin traded for a fine cattle driver Leonard mare from a oMariiu of Withers leyvisited friends at Evergreen SundayGreet- and James E Lake have gone the fur business DBU BOCK 6Mrs D F Parsons visit 1Nov ed and friends here Thurs Mrs Marandand FrldaylIIrday of Mr and Mrs cum were the guests Mitchell Richardson Jr SaturduY and SuntbyJ Alcorn and family have moved to the Wilson propertyPress- Webb and family have rented a of I T AlcornNina Alcorn and At fie yletted Eva Webb and Claud Lynch SundllS1ntrord Webb visit Parsons SlturIdaywas here on Isaac Fowler Is sick Mrs Annie Al corn visited her sister Mrs Peter Gab bard Saturday and Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY GUDUDINov 4WIweather at present and farmers are busy gathering their com Elmer Gabbard who Is attending school at Buckhorn paid home folks a visit on Saturday and Sunday James Gabbard was at Boonevllle Tuesday on bust ness John IU Moore Red JohnI returned home from Hamilton Ohio where he has been working for a sev eral weeksA J Chandler of Rice town has sold his farm to Wm McIntosh of Cow Creek for 1000 He will move to Oneda In about three weeks Arthur Garrett who was engaged to teach the school at this place has quit and gone back to his old stand as clerk In his fathers store at Rice town Since Mr Garrett had to give up his teaching for the rest of the term he employed John C Rose of Eversole Mr Rose has had much ext perience In school work He has al- ready taught sixteen schoolsAlfred of Cow Creek Is on the sick iIlist at this writing Mrs Emma Cole wife of L F Cole deceased had o wood getting recently Uncle Mere filth Reynolds of Eversple visited rel atlves at this place Saturday and Sun GabbardtSunday They report having a fine a time Rer Smith of Boonevllle the i newly located Presbyterian preacher f at that place was hero last Saturday and Sunday preaching Saturday night t at 7 oclock and at 10 a m Sunday He will hold monthly meetings at this placeJ K Baker of Beroa and H C Smith of Sturgeon wero here last week looking over T Gab bards farm with the Intention of buy IngJohn W Wilder and Isaac Cort nett gave a very Interesting enter talnent at Grassy Branch Monday night with their moving picture ma chine and graphophoneJ K Gab bard has recently ordered a new sup r ply of law books and will study law In earnest We wish Jake much sue cess In his work He was nominated County Attorney for Owsley county 1In14 In the primary election but- I defeated In the regular election Uncle Jas W Baker was recently married to Sarah Huff of Berea ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I YiCLIJIAXIINov 10We have been having fine until Friday night when we had a severe hall stormThe meeting Ichas closed at New Hope with good There were thirty accessions to the church There were nineteen baptized at the close Mrs Tiny Ang visitingiAnglln and wife visited relatives on1 Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Parkle Scott and his little daughter were at Berea Mrs Nan McGuire of Crooked Creek visited her brother W J Chasteen and family last week Drummers are very numerous In these partsW J C steen and family are moving to Dlsputanta Luther Mc Collum who has boon at Johnetta for some time dealing In spokes has now moved to BereaW C Scott and wife of Johnetta visited Parkle Scott l and family here last Sunday- DISrUTAJfTAr Nov 12 Mr and Mrs J W Ang g JEY L SundayMlasElla W D Azblll of Clover Bottom was at r therO M Payne Saturday night Daisy Lake and VlrgU Payao vUlUd ilI j i r- tL i t Vii r oBotloio owosoiotloBollo c Mnttle Me Gulro Friday nlghtltrs Nancy Hammond who has been sick Is better Mr and Mrs Seth Asbury of Virginia are visiting Mrs AsbUry parents at this place Mallle and America Owens are visiting their col- in on Brush CreekWesley Abney and son visited friends at Johnett Sunday Mrs Ollle Holt bought froc Isaac Rector a sewing machine las wcekMattlo McGuire visited Vlr gla Payne Saturday and Sunday The G A R met at Dlsputanta Sat urday and had a fine time JACKSON Co5IAULEDN Nov 5We are having fine wealer now for gathering corn and for digging potatoes Sam Davis who Is al present teaching school at Sinking Valley Is visiting homo folks L11IU Bingham Mary Stanlford and Martha BIngham were the guests of Fnnnlc and Cora Davis Saturday Grant Moore visited life father Saturday and Sunday Marcus Simpson has returned from Hamilton 011 C Ward went to Richmond on business Thurs daylt Is curious but Hardin Long has bought a talking machine He must bo getting bashfulour Super intendent Mr Minter passed thru hero last Sunday Turkeys are beginning to be plentiful Thanks giving is not very far off- UUItLI T Nov 9We are having some pretty weather Mrs W M Hurley and little daughter Clary visited Mrs Letha Gabbard Sunday Rlley Gab bard George and Amos McCollum and others of this place attended church a Birch Lick Sunday Klzile Isaac and Lltha Angel were the guests ol Polly McCollum Friday night John ny Gabbard Jr of Sand Lick while on his way down on Indian Creek Sunday evening got thrown from o mule and was seriously hurt He was unconscious for some hours The doctor got to him Just In time to save him He Is some better nowWU liam Hurley Jr visited at Jacob Gab bards Wednesday Married on the MeIKeeis hoped that their pleasures will be- as the ocean and their sorrows alight as Its foam David Gabbard bus gone Into the chimney business again have says there Is nothing like being a fine stone masonWL Hurley our merchant Is having his house repaired Mr and Mrs Wm Mc Collum Mrs Paul Gabbard and Mrs Edward Gabbard who went to visit friends and relatives In Garrard county last week have returned home Mrs Sarah B Hurley visited her mother Mrs Catherine McCollum on Saturday and Sunday Mra Mark and Clntha Roberts were the guests of Mrs David Gabbard Sunday even IngWes Angel of Middle Fork vla Ited his sister Tommie Angel Thursday morning The Infant son of Milton Johnson has been very sick for several daysIda Lake Is on the sick list Andy Vicars dug thirtytwo tine Irish potatoes out of one hill for W M Hurley last weekMr Hur ley says no Is one of the finest pota to raisers the state affords Wake up Sand Gap correspondent and give us the news I LESLIE COUNTY UTDE r Nov 7Tuesday we had a fine day for the election and we had a good vote at this place and a good vote has been reported from all over the countyone man here voted for Caleb Powers for Congress Three prisoners made their escape from the jail here by burning their way thru the roof The farmers Institute was held hero last week and the farmers benefltedRUeyImarried last week and they are now living In the H M Brock property We wish them a happy life Several lawyers of this place are preparing to attend court at Hazard next week ESTILL COUNTY TVAGIinSVILLE Nov 12We were much surprised u bear last Saturday of the death of Mr Buford Collins He had been sick a few weeks with typhoid fever and was thought to be getting along nicely until early Saturday morning he was so suddenly taken away He leaves a wife a father two sisters and two brothers besides a host of friends to mourn his lossSam Bruogar Is very sick with pneumonia Annie Gum was the guest of Lena Edwards Saturday night and Sunday Frank Congleton Willie Wilson Grace Wagers were the guests of Ella and Maud Park Sunday lastWm Wagers vis- Ited his son Jonah Wagers Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Cy Kelley who was reported 111 last week Is Im proving Uncle Ben Warford and Mr and Mrs J S Wagers were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Sunday Ambrose Wagers Ambrose Wilson and Fan Wagers were the guests of Retha Scrlvner Sunday last Do you get your Citi zen every week If not you will do a kindness to yourself and the paper by writing to The Citizen Berea Ky and saying what num bers you have not received Sometimes the paper will be a day or two late We cannot help that But we are careful to send it to every subscriber whose address we have every gettand find out why a f l Students Journal ConUMng Brttty Note Com Ing Events and Put TriAl And L Triumph of Beta Students je JA Most of the literary societies or at least their editors have gone to sleep so far as the Journal Is concerned hibernating for the winter perhaps Some of them however are talking In their sleep The Phi Deltlans tor Instance are dreaming of having some of the fairest coeds come up and ad mire their new carpet this week And Even a dream Is from Zens One of the ladles societies however has not yet relapsed Into son nambulism and evidences of their life follow UTILE DULCE had a very Interesting meeting on Friday night The society has decided to study some authors this term The subject Friday was Alice and Phoebe Cary Miss Cora Marsh read the bio graphical sketch Miss Elizabeth Mars gave the characteristics of the Writ lags ot the sisters Miss Tuthlll recited a poem by one of the sisters Besides this program there was a parliamentary drill and some extempo raneous speeches The drill was es pecially Interesting During Its course there was an animated discussion of a motion to visit one of the boys soc- Ieties One ot the girls did not think one person could make a motion to- go such a place Doubtless she was right A girl ought to have a chaperon when she wants to make a mo tloon like that During vesper hour Friday night the girls at Ladles Hall gathered In their new sitting room for Its dedica Uon Miss Robinson and President and Mrs Frost each made a short and appropriate speech to fit the occa don From Mrs Frosts speech It was at once decided that the room should be called the Happy Thought Sitting Room The following teachers and students will attend the Y W C A Convention to be held In Danville Ky from Friday till SundayAlsses Robinson Welch Grace Malden Llllle Chrlsman Bess Marsh Cora Marsh Amanda Renlch the College librarian and perhaps one or two others Happy Is he who can learn from the experiences of others One of our students made a rather too literal ap plication of this principle when as his friend had been given atrophlne to put in his eyes that they might be the better examined by Dr Cowley feeling that his own needed Improvement prescribed and administered a dose of the some drug to his own eyes Then he came to the doctor to get something to counteract the ef fects of the atrophlne bat was obliged to Walt for time to heal his wounds Perhaps some may save themselves trouble by learning from his experience to ask the doctor first Would it not be better for the Dean of the Academy to refrain from dis couraging his pupils by such Invidious comparisons as the one thus recounted Prof Marsh In History Class to Herr H who had Just recited And Tennyson was made a lord was nt he7 but he had no more claim to It than you except that he had brainsThe student has for one of his tasks the learning of the use of appropriate expressions A young lady In the Geology Class recently remarked that the was simply drowned Was that not a rather unscientific declaration T Did she mean that the waters of the Palaeozoic era were eroding her phys cal and mental structure or perhaps rather that her normal constitution was becoming fossilized by the action of a solution of calcium from the pro glacial epoch or was It a carbonizing ot the anatomy which she feared as a consequence of being swamped and coming Into proximity with sub teranean heat A little more specific please I The Dean of the Normal department has Invoked the Muse In behalf of the Journal with the following happy result A SEESAW SCENE A seer saw a saw by the see Sawyer said he Did you ever see a saw MW a sea I saw a saw saw a seesaw Said the sawyer But never saw a eaw law a sea OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Nov 5The beautiful weather eon lanes President Charles Dabney of the University of Cincinnati addressed the Sunday Club at the Y M C A Sunday afternoon He spoke on Physical Strength and Moral Strength He Is to speak each Sunday afternoon of this month at the Y M C A The Sunday Club Is div- Ided Into two parts known as The Hustlers and The Knockers Each club meets after the Sunday afternoon lecture for Bible studyU S Senator Charles W Dick spoke to a largo crowd at Beckets Hall Saturday ev byEugeno thebirdan Introductory speech They were met at the depot by a torch light procession known as The Harding Club which was headed by a brass bond A large delegation from Mlddletown O attended Former Governor James Campbell Is the democratic candidate Dayton train of thirteen coaches went from giventoat Mlddletown 0 one week ago when about 1200 attended from here The great cement wall and ibulldlng along buUtbyfor the Champion Paper Company la being rushed every day KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The west End Borbzr Shop Pfcoe 67 50o a suit U all it will eon you J i D4- J J ii1ii BEHAVE THE POWERS SHOUT TO THE UNRULY BANDS THAT NOW INFEST MOROCCO Gibraltar Her 1IThe ItrlUib At Uatle fleet Is to leave here for Tan glee la conjunction with a French float of warships It will engage 1n a demonstration In Moorish waters The British warships were prods toned OB very short notice During the last fw months condl Lion In the Interior of Morocco hav coaitanUy crows worst Foreigner bane been assaulted and outraged towns have been raided Jews hlV- Iban strsteuUd fortlia vessel oa the easel kb a arM upon and while the dlplematla r prM ntatlve of the powers concerned have proteat- e4 to the sultaa their demands have bees received with slight attention The agitation against foreigners Is reported to be oa the increase and Spain has found It necessary to send a warship to toe Moroccua coast to rq move Spanish subjects Insurgent tribesmen have been active In creat Inc disorder among themselves and the forces of the sultaa and those un dor Bu lIanara the pretender to tho throne have come In conflict In re cent months with victory first on one side and then on the other The diplomats at Tangier have protested more than once to the Moroc can authorities against the lack ot protection for foreigners but no Improvement has been forthcoming In fact the local authorities have been In creasingly Aggressive and even Inso lent In their treatment of the local rep roteaUUves of France and Spain Trance already has one or two erie ere la Moroccan waters The American mission to Fee under Ole Aacrlcan salaliter to Morocco Mr Gnanmara Is At the capital for Ute pur pce among other thlags of obtain tag satisfactory aMuraace for the safe ly of Americans la Morocco as well as Indemnity for outrages committed la Morocco upon persons under Amer leG protection The laternatloaal ooofereace held at Algeclras la the spring agreed upon certain reforms for Morocco and ac eordtag to the provisions of the con vention which were accepted and sign ed bji the sultan oa June IS the re forms are to go Into effect the end of this year Silvtr rtalt lAid Iltars II YOUR SPOONS donNatybutyotdtigobey are lcr ilftoaI pattern tumped llM1ROGERS BROS TabI1IbtllntttlMNI Does It Cost You TIMEto read through the daily weekly newspapers the magazines and reviews and the special journals that constantly clamo for attention Can you find time to read enough of them to ketp posted even on the Important topics of hum an Interest at home and abroad Dow the time demanded by so many pert odlccls leave you time enough for booksTIrepresentative list of papers and magazines Can you af ford to subscribe for as many M would be necessary to give you a complete survey of the worlds politics art religion Industrial affairs literature etc T Even If you bad the time to read them would you bt able to buy several thousand periodicals domestic and foreign DOES IT COST YOU WORRY sift out tho conflict rumors and to get at the true meaning of every great Industrial political and economic question before the people at the present time Does It worry or weary you to keep posted in this busy busting age when there are BO few moments for quiet reading and so many demands for your money WHY NOT TAKE THIS TIPTUB LITERARY DIGEST Ia a tlmcMvcr a Bionerwvcr and a worryeavtr Y Edwin Markham author of The Man with the loc It givei you in an lion or twofor ten rents a week a complete survey of the world All the quatAustralia contribute their belt to IU pa gel Ide of all question and organludInformation on all topics At all aewietande every week illuitrated tea ct- ntaTHELiteraryDigest PUBLIC OPINION COMfilNED 460 E 23d St N Y lL r Always Remember the Full Name Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo c8 oa fort 35c HOUSES TO RENT For Families Educating Their Children The College Treasurer has several desirable dwellings to rout to families who wish to spend u term or Moro in Boron for tho benefit of y e their children houses like the above containing four rooms furnished with bedsteads tables chairs heating und cooking stoves rout for eight dollars per term Other houses containing nealcd rooms or with barns and gardens for somewhat higher rental Preference given hlwaja to families with children to educate For regulations and further particulars address the Treasurer or call on him at his office in the tear of the Library Building any morning at OAr T J OSBOBNC Treasurer Seeing the Southwest- EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have hoard of the bumper crops which have been raised in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and Now Moiioo Bare you compared them with results obtained in your section T Is your work where you are bringing you in adequate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended If not a change would bo beneficial perhaps A visit to tho southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma tho last big land open ing is soon to take placet farms are still very cheap In Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and tho Quit Const of Texas Lot us give you full information about those sections You will want to sec thorn after you have examined our illustrated literature VERY LOW RATES FOR ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to Southwestern points tho First and Third Tuosdays of each month rllooj0 H LOn Pass Alt J N Comelier A 0 P At Little Rock Ark Memphis Tenn H lMoOuIre Dist Pass At Clnelnnitl 0 ROCK ISLAND FRISCO LINESCINCINNATI oifto e Tho Citizen offers unusual premiums to new subscribers and to those who will make renewals What will YOU do about your subscriptioniPUBLIC SALE Of yalunble KliktTlU rn p rty Having decided to change our loca tion we will sell to the highest bid der on SATURDAY NOVEMBER ZlW a certain tract of land lying In Klrki vlllo Madison county Ky This tract ot land contains about ten acres of Rood rich fertile Und and will be divided and offered In three different lots and then ns a whole and the bid bringing tho most money will bo accepted Lot No 1 has a nloo now frame house with MX rooms two halls nil nicely furnished and of the best mat anal and all newsary oitbulUlliisn with a good sized lot Lot No 2 con talus about seven acre with a nev er falling spring of wlltftr It Is well fenced with a now tenant house ttv No3 contains about two acres with a never falllnB well of water nice shady yard and a large rich gar den and a nice thrcoroom cottage newly papered with n good metal roof barn with eight stalls two cribs Terms Half cash quarter July let 1107 quarter January tat 1008 with C per cent from day of sale until paid with lien on property as sold to secure the last two payments with InterestThis property Is all desirable und In a good quiet neighborhood where there Is no whisky of any kind sold la a local option town and for peace quietness sobriety and Christianity cannot bo excelled There Is a good opening for a live man to build nnd work up A graded school In Klrks vlllo and for miles around It are a good business and thriving people In the village there Is ono bank doing a good business one drug store two largo general merchandise stores one Iloc1tnrslit Presbyterian and Christian It Is within four miles of a railroad on a high dry healthy ridge Sale to begin at 10 11 m For any further Information write or call on W P Prcwltt at Klrksrllle CHAS D SHEPARD J D WISEMAN W P PREWITT Auctioneer Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or more can got some at R H Chrismans Fur niture store t r YOU THINK we are advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price bt you are l MISTAKENI Its just the other way We are ef feting to- GIVE YOU a fine Fountain Pen one that you couldnt buy for less than 5150 alone and f THE CITIZEN one year for only 3150 Address The Citizen Berea Ky I c A aCAIlANTKKU CURE IOJl IlLES Itching Blind nlreillag Protruding Filu Drug eUta air authorized to refund money if PAW OINTUKNT fall to rue la 6 to 14 days sac