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Digital page images are linked to the text file. eomoeoomoDEREA eQ040jPUBLISHING COO Manageroe 2 EItert f of the ret ellk a III lterm Kva Keond oeW Pnaa1ed- UermomomoSOomomoOSOSOmoooe IX Five cents MADISON COUNTY 22 1007 One Dollar year No I TIIK MKNfl IMUHTIIIVT lllIIDINO IIKIIKA COIUOK I TtiU lea trrl mill thre lorlr high orrummlntr for Ilin prmrnt Iliff 1Vomrn Inilnttrlr NEWS OF THE MEEK Telegraphers Strike Growlnrc Taft In KyPanama Ct Wor- kProgresbEAtabalna and the Railroads The strike of the telegraph operate and it sox so eomrltU the in tea there is practically nc bualneu tarried on over the wire Doth the ttribre ant the computes declare they Win hold out for months rather than concede point to the oth aide Prta Small of the Commerti Union declares that he can raise two or three million dollaR if neeeuarj to tarT on the strike lie says the operators are ready for three loath siege Legal action has been taker for the purpose of having tho charters ot the Western Union and other companies annulled for alleged violation of the laws It is said that Samuel Ooinpcrs president of the American Federation of Labor John Mitchell and other prominent labor leaders have been authorized to act tS repre sentatives of tho telegraphers for arbitration with the companies Al present It teems that the strike musJ be prolonged Secy William Hi Taft is soon to start on trip around tho world but before ho goes he will make speeches In tho interest of tho Bepu dean party He will speak at Lex- Ington Ky on Thursday Aug 22 A largo gathering of public men from all over Kentucky will meet the Secre- tAry to bid him welcome to tho Blue gnus State Mr Taft will spend sometime In the Philippines while on hi tour chief Cot engineer of tho Panama Canal reports that the work on tho big ditch Is progressing faster than was at first expected Ho thinks Congress should make another appropriation soon and says that tho regular will be used up before tho years work is finished not because the expenses are greater that was expected but because more work is being done than was hoped for Col Goothals thinks thero Is pose btllty of finishing tho canal sooner than was at first expected L 1 THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IIVol n copyBEREA KENTUCKY a lal U In i mrchnnlcnearnwing e 1 m t a 1 a a the appropriation a r a t e i Alabama Is still wrestling with tho railroads that will not obey her rate laws Now the L fi N U In trouble Tho president ot the road says they will fight it out to tho last ditch while the state officials are equally determined to enforce the laws The railroad has secured a federal InJunc- tion against the laws and it it expected that there will be a clash between he federal and state author Use President Roosevelt sailed from foriPnriacriwa 11111KrimeIdtatgave an address on the occasion Tke Unite States government let the only oie giving trouble to thoI trust In Venezuela a great Amen San company known as the New Tork and Eermudei Asphalt Company has been fined several million dollars for violating the laws of that country But It is sot probable that Vetv etuelas action will be so much applauded as that of Judge Landls We will spank our naughty boy for the mischief he does at home but we dont like to have our neighbors do It RIPLINQ AN KA8LK NIT + IIt Is a Pretty Hard end Very BaMae eut Act itsbCanton has had a dramatic adventure with eagles A pair had built their aorlo in the cliff about b00 yards above the valley and it contained two eagles of which uses determined to possess himself danM gerous to lUTe his gun behind him taking only a staff Upped aerloIsevere fight with his staff M his only weapon tbo risk of his being hurled to the bottom of tho cUlt being very great Hess received many cruel scars but he at last succeeded in disabling the male bird and then driving off tho mother secured tho eagles Beware of Vanity Vanity will overthrow the etongest virtues and loaves us nt last In the vala of vice LLLLAtoo O+O O UTUTUTUTUTUTUTUT Insure Your I Earning f Power Io 0 1 o uthis+o important Is it to Insure our earning power moans so o 1to you to your familyoTho host wa to do It Is lo carry allwlngslccollllt o batiko to It every week and you will soon havo n + 1 + Rood balance to tall back on In caso Income Is temporarily BUS 0 ponded Business men especially should do this to have noino 5+ 0 money not tied up in their + I BEREA BANK TRUST CO I 1 BEREA KENTUCKY iSurplus 1000000 o 1Capital 5000000 tfi DIRECTORS t J Moore Pres J W Herndon E T Fish tw H Porter Cashier Chas Burdette J E Johnson Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dlnsraore o tP I 4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 400 t4 No 949 t 44er etfsM 1 + o Hea 1 IHTERESTIHG fACTS THAT SHOW GREAT PROGRESS IN L OPMENT Kentucky is the only one of the coalproducing States which has with In its borders areas belonging to any two of the great coal field The east era counties of the state aro underlain by the coal beds ot tho great Appa lachian system which extend entirely across the state la a northeastcouth west direction while tho southern limits of the central or eastern In terior field are found in the more northern counties of tho western part ot the state The total area under laiavfey coal in the eastern counties ol Kentucky is estimated at 11180 square mile The coalbearing areas In the western part of the state comprise about 5800 square miles somewhat more than onehalf tho extent of the astern part Up to the close of 1905 the western district however pro duced considerably more than half the total output ot the state but the recent developemenU in Pike John son and other counties ot tho eastern portion of Kentucky indicate that the production in the eastern district will soon exceed that of tho western Tho eastern Kentucky cool field Is practically a unit unless the Middles boroHarlan field cut oft by tho Pine Mountain fault bo excepted Mos of this great field Is without transpor tation facilities and has been developed only at points near the tow railroad lines that cross it There are ten or more mines along the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad In Carter and Boyd counties and a few small mines in Johnson Leo and Brcathltt counties The Chesapeake and Ohio has completed a line Into the Elkhorn field which promises to become ono of tho most important in tho state Tho larger nines ar mostly in tho southern portion of the field Along tho Cincinnati Southern there are mines In Pulaskl county and western Whitley county and along tho Louisville and Nashville there are mines in Laurel county and scattered mines in Knox Dell and Whitley counties Tho coals ot this field belong to the Lower Productive Coal Measures and Pottsvlllo formation of Pennsylvania The latter formation which along Ohio River has a thickness of only a few hundred feet and carries lye coals in tho southeastern corner of tho state is about COOO feet thick and carries nearly fifty coals of which a dozen or more are locally of workable thickness and quality Tho eastern Kentucky toW are mostly highgrade gas or coking coals with some canncl coal In tho Jolllco coal field tho Jelllco and Blue Gem scams aro both thin the latter being success fully mined whore It averages only 22 Inches On tho other hand some of tho seams show 8 to 9 feet or more ot workable coal So far as the records of early coal production In tho United States aro to bo accepted Kentucky was tho third state to ctitar tho list of coal producers According to ono of tho early reports ot the Kentucky Geological Survey published in 1838 tho first coal produced in tho state was mined in 1827 on tho right side of tho Cumberland river below tho mouth of Laurel This was evI- dently from either Laurel or Pulaskl county but the exact location Is not definitely stated Tho same report says that in 1828 five boat loads of coal frbm these mines arrived in Nashville and that from 1820 to 1834 probably from 25 to 35boat loads ware IlI THE MOUNTAINS Every righthearted man loves the place where he was bprn and the people in the mountains have something very beautiful to love I Two countries in the old world are distinguished mountain countries Switzerland and Scotland and both hold honorable positions America has two mountain regions There are the Rocky mountains of the west with their snowcapped summits and their wonderful mines But there is an older region in the heart of the Southern States No one had noticed it until Berea College brought to public attention the fact that the mountain ends of eight states come together We have the mountain portion of Ken tucky larger than Massachusetts and Connecticut put together and adjoining it are the mountainous parts of the two Virginias the two Carolinas Alabama and Tenn esseeThe people of this mountain region differ from the people of the South As a rule they were not on the one hand slaveholders nor on the other povertystrick en dependants The characteristic of the mountain marl was that he owned land but did not own slaves The people of the Mountains as a rule stood for the Union It was through their influence that Kentucky held for the old flag and that West Virginia seceded from secession Abraham Lincoln was born in one of these Kentucky families which owned land but didnot ovjrft slavesWe that the people of these mountains of the South have a great future are strong capable hospitable and have good principles If they willonly provide good schools and send their children to them so that they shall have the training and intelli gen c with children get in other parts of the land the people of this mountain region will exert a great countryThe a andI to be proud of their homes I tent out each year The boat loads averaged about 1750 bushels or 66 tons each From 1824 to 1837 the shipments were from 75 to 100 boat loads or about 3500 bushels a year The coal was for the roost part con sumed in the salt works and iron furnaces near the rivers then the only I means ot transportation From thefDeot Information obtainable It seems that the production of the state from 1829 to 1835 ranged from 2000 to 6000 tons a year The United States census for 1840 gives the total production for the state at 23527 short tons By 1860 according to the census for that year the pro duction amounted to 285760 short tons Operations were necessarily somewhat Interrupted during the war but since 1870 after the state had begun to recover form the effects of the war the production increased rapidlyThe United States Geological Sur vey through E W Parker ropers that the total production of coal in Kentucky in 1006 was 9653647 short tons having a spot value of 9809938 With the closo of 190G Kentucky like Iowa completed a record of ten years of unbroken increase in her pro ductlon of coal and attained tho max imum output In the history of tho state Compared with that of 1905 last years production showed an in crease of 1221124 short tons or 145 per cent and a gain In value of 1424706 or 17 percent It showed an increase of over 76 percent as compared with the production of 1901 five years earlier and was nearly three times tho production of 1896 ten years earlier In 1906 the coal mines of Kentucky employed 15272 men who worked an average of 212 days eachv against 14685 men for an average of 200 days la 1905 Owing to the fact that comparatively few of the mines in this state are operated under agreements made with tho United Mine Workers of America the Industry was not seri ously affected by tho general suspen sion of operations which occured in other states during tho spring of the year In Kentucky only 1242 out of tho 15272 men employed stopped work because of disaffection and two of tho suspensions lasted but one day By two other suspensions mines were Idle for a week The average time lost by the 1242 men was 36 days and tho total time lost was equivalent to 13 per cent of tho total time worked whereas In tho states morn seriously affected the time lost was from 25 to 35 per cent of tho total working time This fact accounts for tho large increase in the production of tho state in 1906 Tho statistics of tho labor employed In the coal mines of Kentucky taken with tho statistics of production show that there wore 6321 tons of coal produced In 1906 for each man employed as against 5742 tons in 1905 and 5322 tons in 1904 Tho averago tonnage per man per day was 298 in 1906 287 In 1905 and 27 In 19040 In 1903 the average dally production per man was 264 and in 1902 it was 235 Then ImprovementIin growth in the use of undercutting machines Kentucky being one of the most progressive states in this regard In 03 there were 308 mining machines In use in 1904 there were 453 in 1905 627 and In 1906 650 The machine mined coal produced In these 4 years has been in 1903 2843805 tons In 1904 3595513 tons in 1905 4409054 tons and in 1906 4701987 tons A little over 50 per cent of the total product In 1905 and a little less than 5b per cent in 1906 was machine mined Over twothirds of the mines In Ken tucky are operated onthe open shop or nonunion basis and in consequent tho eight hour day is not so generally observed as In some of the other coal mining states In 1906 out of a total of 15272 men 4163 or about 27 per cent worked 8 hours 4002 or 26 per cent worked 9 hours and 5941 or 39 per cent worked 10 hours Seven mines employing 312 men reported 9 hours to the working day and a few operators did not report the hours per day Only one plant reported having Installed a washing plant for Improv ing the quality of its product Tho accident statistics as reported by Mr C J Norwood Chief Mine Inspector of Kentucky show that in 1906 there were 40 men killed and 139 men Injured in theo coal mines of the state Of the total number of deaths 2 were dud to explosions of dust 18 were due to falls of root In rooms en tries or gangways and 1 to explosions of powder EASY ROAD TO MINERS HEART Child Beggars In Camp Early Become Worldly Wlae The mining camp child usually do Telopa into the greatest beggar as a class that child life ever sees said U D Smith of Milwaukee I have never been in a mining camp yet where there wore children that one of thorn did not stop mo every now and the and ask for some money or a piece of ore Their plaintive walls aro to bo heard on all sides A story Is told of a little girl in Dawson who mado it her custom to ask every miner she saw for a nug get Sho was a cute little thing and her request was nearly always ac coded to After a while she had 3000 worth of nuggets collected In this fashion As a rule tho miner is a generous fellow particularly In a gold camp where the Inhabitants have pros pered and where most of the men have claims of their own Nearly all of thorn carry loose gold around in their pockets and think nothing of giving little chunks of it away In camps where they are not thus supplied with gold they usually are free with their money rnd the begging child is tossed anything from a nickel to a dollar Duluth Herald Uninhabited Islands la the Indian ocean only 370 Mt 11890 Islands are InhablUd f oe0e0t1o0er000e1000OO If your business is grow ing tell your neigh ibors about it thru The Citizen Nothing sue i coeds like success iooeoooltQeoeuueoooq Jj AUGUST THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of tho Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speakers and Writers x Do not bo frightened nor provoked at opinions different from your own Believe that It Is possible to learnisomething from persons much below you Isaac Watts Geraldlne If you kiss me Ill call my mother Gerald Thats all the good it will do her Im no Hobson A little fellow was asked which ho liked best watermelon or cantaloupe Cantaloupe ho said It dont make your ear so dirty while youre eatln It Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE New of The Week Coal Alining In Kentucky Editorial The Mountain Kentucky New Thing to Think Of PAGE TWO BorUl The Haute of it Thousand Candle The Sunday School Lwn- Road and Farm Iraproremcnt PAGE TIIXKE llerea and Vicinity College hears The Mormon Peril The Latest Market Report PAGE rODK Comments Influence f Organised labor la the Foetal Service The New Deity The Public By IUw U Dwight 111- 111Realltlo8taet Igvemnce The Youth BepartMent PAGE fiVE The LvMcyof Blnton Lan Temperance Xote PAGE MIX The HomeTVIngi Worth Knowing The School Problem ief the District School fcjr Pref Dlnimore The tarn la the Interest e t the People PAGE SEVEN Ilenopnrte Will Enforce the Law NewlromETel7Yhere Recent State News PAGE EmHT y Eastern Kentucky Correspondence I NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term if Berea College Begins Sept IL rThe time to start t is in the Fall MILLSONSPEAKSOpens vineCaleb Powers Trial Anoth er Fake Trial at Sandy Hook On Aug 19th Hon Augustus E Wlllson opened the Republican stato campaign by a long address delivered to the citizens of his native town of Maysvllle Mr Wlllson reviewed the work of tho Democratic admlnistratiol since the time of Bradley and pointed out the most striking defects in tho state government Among other things ho especially dwelt upon the wrong of the gerrymandering ot tho eastern part ot the state in favor of tho Democrats i The trial of Caleb Powers which is in progress at Georgetown docs not seem to proceed very rapidly Tho prosecuting attorney Franklin Is try ing to persuade former governor Wm S Taylor to return to Kentucky to testify and promises Immunity from arrest Powers also wishes to have Taylor testify in tho case and sug gests that the present governor prom Iso to pardon Taylor in case he should bo arrested while in Kentucky Taylor who is noW living in Indiana seems to doubt tho sincerity of lawyer Franklins promises After hearing tho testimony of six ty or more witnesses who stated that law and order now prevail In Jackson Dreathltt county Special Judge Moody decided that tho cases of Bill Britton Elbert Kargls and John Abner should not go back to Breathltt for trial but that tho trial should begin at Sandy Hook on Monday Aug 20 Tho re sult will probably bo similar to that of the recent fake trial held there by the same judge Uncle Allen Discover Great Truth It Isnt hard to understand why some Jokes tickle spoke up Undo Allen Sparks Its because of their whiskers No Installments CredltorWont you pay btu on the installment plant Debtor haughtojlIyNo I always owe cashtJD C 7 N1JSPAPFn LAWS Au take the ppr reeotuly tern the tale5- I8ewhmher JliMttd l e Mi name er whether h I soberlbt m nob ii rJt for the The eeart be dN4M to roprm sad iwrlMMi hem thi po l offlr rmortnr Iatne tbmMSlled for a Items jaeis erk1e c tt IVTSXTIOXAZ hAt THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES r By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anther ii TnE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAMEION tic CoprfCht 1706 b11101l b lurid Ca CHAPTER XXII Continued Sho swung the lantern at arms length back and forth so that Its rays at every forward motion struck my taco like a blow It Isnt exactly pleasant In this cav ern Unless you wish to turn me over to the lord high executioner I will bill you goodnight But the infamy of thlsof coming In hero to spy upon meto help my enemy the man who Is seeking plun dor doesnt seem to trouble you No Not a particle she replied quietly and then with an Impudent fling Oh no she held up tho lantern to look at the wick Im really dlsap pointed to find that you were a little ahead of me Squire Glonarra I dldn give you credit for so much porsover ance But If you have the notes The notes He told you there were notes did he Tho coward sent you hero to find them after his other tools failed him 1 She laughed that low laugh of hors that was like the bubbleof a spYing Of course no one would dare deny what tho great Squire Glenann says she said witheringly You cant know what your perfidy means to me I said That night at tho Armstrongs I thrilled at the sight of you As you camo down tho stair way I thought you as my good angel and I belonged to youalt my life the better future that I wished to make for your sake- Please dont she exclaimed sor sowfully tho mirth all gone I felt that my words had touched her that thor were regret and repentance In her one and In the gesture with which she turned from me She hurried down tho passage toward the chapel swinging the lantern at her Bldo and I followed still mystified and angered by her composure She even turned with pretty courtesy to hold th6 light for me at tho crypt stopsa service that I accepted pot fovea and with joyless acquiescence In the irony of it You seem to know a good dea about this plpco and I suppose I cant object to your familiarizing yourself with your own property And the notes Ill give myself the pleasure of handing them to you tomorrow You can cancel them and give them to Mr Pickering a fitting pledge between youI thrust my hands into my pockets to give an Impression of case I did not possess Yes she remarked in a practical tono 120000 dollars Is no moan suns of money Mr Pickering will un doubtedly be delighted to have his debts canceled In exchange for a life of devotion I sneered So you know the sum the exact amount of theso notes H hasnt served you well He should Ave told you that we found them to dayYou are not nice aro you Squire Glenann when you are cross But Mr Pickering wasnt kind not to tell mo Why I might catch a dreadful cold down hero She was like Olivia now I felt the utter futility of attempting to reason with a woman who could become a child at will Sho walked up the steps nnd out Into the church vestibule Thqn before the outer door she spoke with decision We part here If you please And I haye not tho slightest Intention of trying to explain my errand Into that passage You have Jumped to your own conclusion which will have to serve you I adviao you not to think very much about ltto the exclusion of more Important business Squire Glenann She lifted the lantern to turn out its light and it made a glory of her face but ahe paused and hold It toward me Pardpn me You will need this to light you home Dut you must not cross the park aloneGood night Ploaso bo suro to close the door to tho passage when you go down You are a dreadfully hood less person Squire Glenarm She flung open the outer chapel door and ran along the path toward St Agathas I watched her In tho starlight until a bond In the path hid her swiftmoving figure Down through tho passage I has tened her lantern lighting my way At the Door of Bewilderment I closed the opening setting up tho line of wall as we had left It In the afternoon and thon I went back to the library freshened tho fire and brooded before U until Dates camo to relieve me at dawnf CHAPTER XXIII Besieged It was nine oclock Wo had swal lowed Edmo breakfast though I beliova no one had manifested an appetite add wo were cheering ourselves with the Idlest talk possible Stoddard who bad been to the chapel for his usual teve oclock service was deep in tho pocket Greek testament ho always cir tied Dates ran in to report a summons nt tho outer wall and Larry and I went together to answer It sending Dates to keep watch toward the lake Our friend tho sheriff with a deputy was outside in a buggy Ho stood up nnd talked to us over tho wall You gents understand that Im only doing my duty Its an unpleasant business but the court orders mo to eject all trespassers on tho promises and 1vo got to do It Tho law Is being used by an In famous scoundrel to protect himself I don t Intend to glvo In We can hold out here for three months If neces Mary and I advise you to keep away and not act as a tool for a man like Pickering Tho sheriff listened respectfully resting his arms on top of the wall You ought to understand Mr Glen arm that I alnt tho court Im the sheriff and its not for mo to pass on these questions 1vo got my orders and Ivo got to enforce em and 1 hope you will not make It necessary for me to uso violence Tho judgo said to mo Wo deploro violence In such cases Thoso wore his honors very words You may give his honor my compli ments and toll him that wo are sorry nut to sew things his way but there are points Involved in this business that ho doesnt know anything about and we unfortunately havo no time to lay them before him Tho sheriffs seeming satisfaction with his position on tho wall and his disposition to parley had begun to arouse my suspicions nnd Larry sev oral times exclaimed impatiently at the absurdity of discussing my affairs with a person whom ho Insisted on You Ill calling a constable to tho sheriffs evi dent annoyance You Irwevo got our eye on you and youd bettor come along peace able Eauranco Donovan the descriptions fits you to at I You could buy a nice farm with that reward couldnt you began Larry but at that moment Dates ran toward us calling loudly Theyro coming across tho lake sirs he reported and instantly the sheriffs head disappeared and as wo ran toward tho houso wo heard his horse pounding down tho road toward St Agathas Tho law bo damned They dont Intend to come in hero by the front door as a matter of said Larry Pick erings merely using tho sheriff to give respectability to his maneuvers- It was no time for discussion of motives Wo ran across tho meadow tho water tower and down to tho boathouse Far out on tho lake wo saw half a dozen men approaching tho Glenarm grounds They advanced steadily over the light snow that lay tho Ico one man slightly In ad and evidently tho leader Its Morgan exclaimed Dates And theres Ferguson Larry chuckled and slapped his thighObserve that stocky little devil Just behind tho leader Hes my friend Scotland Yard Lads Is really an international affair Dates go back to tho house and at any sign of attack I ordered Tho sheriffs loose somewhere And Pickering Is directing his forces from afar remarked Stoddard I count ten men in Morgans line said Larry and the sheriff and his deputy make two more Thats 12 not counting Pickering that wo know of on the other Bldo Warn thorn away before thoy get much nearer suggested Stoddard We dorft wantto hurt peoplo wo can ttand at this I wont to the end of tho pier Morgan and his men wore now quite near and there was no mistaking their Intentions Most of them carried tho others revolvers and long Ice hooks Morgan I called holding up my hands for a truce wo wish you no harm but you enter those grounds you do so at yopr peril They had paused at a word from Morgan and listened sullenly Were jill sworn deputy sheriffs called the caretaker smoothly Wcv got the law behind us That must bo why youre coming In tho back way I replied Tho thickset man whom Larry had Identified as the English detective now came closer and addressed me in a high key Youro harboring a bad man Mr Glonarm Youd bettor give him up Ive got my papers and tho American law supports mo Youll got yourself Into trouble if you protect that man You may not understand sir that bos n very dangerous character Thanks Davidson called Larry Youd better keup out of this You now Im a bad man with tho shlllalah That you are you blackguard yelled the officer so spitefully that we all laughed I drew back to tho boathouse They aro not going to kill anybody If they can help It remarked Stod dard any moro than we are Even deputy sheriffs and not turned loose to do murder and the Wabana county court wouldnt If it hadnt been Im posed on by Pickering lend Itself to a game like this And this business here is only a private affair between Plpkor Ing and the sheriff Now woro In for It yelled Larry and the 12 men In close order came running across tho Ico toward the shoreOpen order and fall back slowly toward the houso I commanded And we deployed from the boathouse while tho attacking party still clung to getbera strategic error on their side as Larry assured us Stay together lads Dout separate youll got lost It you do ho yelled derisively to tho enemy Stoddard bado him keep still and wo soon had our hands full with a I Move If Dare and Plug You with Your Own Gun law a past upon vance from this call If help guns If preliminary skirmish Davidson tho detective saeaied disgusted at Mot guns tactics openly abused the caretaker and ran ahead of his oolumn revolver In hand tearing down upon Larry who held our center Tho Englishmans haste was his undoing A light fall of snow a few days before had gathered in the lit tIe hollows of tho wood deceptively Tho detective plunged into ono of thoso and tell sprawling on all fours n calamity that caused his comrades to pause uneasily Larry was upon his enemy in a flash wrenched his pistol away and pulled tho man to his feetAh Davidson Theres mauy a Slip Move It you dare and Ill plug you with your own gun And ho stood behind tho man using him as a shield while Morgan and the rest of tho army hung near tho boat houso uncertainlyIts strategic Intellect woO captured general observed Larry to mo You see the American invaders wero depending on British brains Morgan now acted on tho hint we had furnished him and sent his men out as skirmishers The loss of the detective had undoubtedly staggered tho caretaker and we wore slowly re treating toward the houso Larry with ono hand on the collar of his prisoner and tho other grasping tho re volver with which he poked tho man frequently In tho ribs We slowly continued our retreat fearing a rush which would have disposed of us eas fly enough If Morgans company hud shown any fighting spirit Stoddard presence rather amazed and Intimi dated them I think and I saw that tho Invaders kept away from his end of tho line We worn now far apart stumbling over the snow covered earth and calling to ono another now and thon that we might not bpcomo too widely separated Davidson did not relish his capture by the man ho had followed across tho ocean and ho attempted ouo to roar a command to Morgan TO US CONTINUED Benjamlnltcs are Few norIpeople uso In orenco to the left six per cent aro lofthanded and it Is a curious fact that onethird of the six per cent are ambldoxtroijs Portland Ore Jour naL The Two Reports of the Spies Sunday SchoolLnsontor Sept I 1907 SpecUII Prepared for TAte Piper IKS80N TKXT Nurabrn 111791 33X Memory verses M 11 GOLDEN TKXTTlto Ixinl U with us frar them notNum U- TIMK July or AURiMt The Time Of the first ripe grapna Mum 1115 n a1490 by the common phronohiicy This was two or three month Hftrr thy teat Rlnal on lbs 9Mh day of the second month sometime In Mn- yIICKRldlltlhbl rnea An 11rtny Journey Iout 111 of eontlnu I travel BS modern travelers have found OloMn Ion won exactly 11 days I e 190 or IN miles route from Sinai It U M mltai south ot Iteersh ba on the southern border of 1nlnetino Comment and Suggestive Thought For two or three months tho pee pie of Israel men women and chil dren slowly marched through the great and terrible wilderness from Sinai a Journey which ordinary trav clots could makq In eleven days The slow march and long rests were neo essary both on account of the children and tho flocks and on account of the need of longer training Moreover tho difficulties and privations of tho desert would make thorn more anx lous to enter the land flowing with milk and honoy Kadeehbaraoa At length some tlmo In July or August they retched Kadoshbarnoa Ama Qadees 10 miles south of Beorshebo Just at the foot of the rango of hills which are the south era boundary of Palestine From Kadosh the people Qua see rising bolero them toward the north west the steep assent which beds Into tho hill country the die lined In heritance of the tribe of Judah Tho gates to their new hone wero before thorn wide open This fertile oasis to which they hid come was a foretaste of their Inheritance Only a steep climb and they can set their feet on the land of promise Then Mates said unto them Bo hold Jehovah thy God truth set the land before theo go up take posses slon as Jehovah tho God of thy fa there hath spoken unto tutee tsar not neither bo dlal lldDeutI1J1 They had only to trust God and goI forward and U less than two from leaving Bgypt the tend would have beta theirs The God who bad delivered them with a mighty MIMI who had made a path tbromh te see who bad rained manna and brought water from a rock awl spoken front Sinai and entered faro eovcvaat with them and waa loading them by his visible presence he bide them 10 up and take possession of the prom- Ised load The people were afraid to go for ward They were not a warlike pee pie Abrahams attack on Chedorlao mer and Ma army In rescue of Iet In the far distant past any their battle with the Amalekltee a year befor this time are the only battles reeord ed In the whole history of their race The whole people Dent 1JJ naked Moses to tint send out Spit to In vestigate This WM wise undo tho elreumalaBMe that la Uw next wisest thing to BOlng forward trusting In God and therefore Moses agreed to the plan Deut 193 and It was so directed by God Num 131 2 The Commute of Investigation AodbrdlnKly betas selected twelve leading men beet fitted for the sor vies whose names are given In vs 41G Spy Out the LandTho object ot this expedition was 1 to learn what wero tho attractions of the coun try 2 tho difficulties In the way of taking possession 1 the best ways of reaching the country U tho prep arations It was necessary to make Got you up this way southward Bet ter as In R V by the south not re ferring at all to the direction form tho Israelites camp but to a welldefined tract of territory forming the south ernmost and least fertile portion of the land of Canaan It was called The Nogeb or the South Country literally tho dryness In the samo way wo speak of the South no matter in what direction wo approach- It The Two ReportsThe timid spies wero hike Ellshas servant 2 Kings 616 17 who saw the enemy but did not see tho heavenly chariots and horsemen ranged on the hills round about They saw tho giants but were blind to God Tho report was evil because It omitted the essential factor in the case Tho minority report of Caleb and Joshua was a good report because while It accepted all tho material facts of tho other It embodied tho one essential of faith In God with its outcome of obedience and courage The difference between the two lay in tide that the ten looked at God through the difficulties as when you at sun through a reversed tclelicoJib1lnd it scorns Indefinitely distant and shorn of Its glory while the two locked at difficulties through OodF B Moyer Practical Points tiod summons us to go up now Im mediately and possess tho land eter nal life began la this world and In our youthIt right that we should know tho jinoultlesand dangurn and selfdo Dials as well as tho good things in tho land to which wo are called Every real good llko success edu cation usefulness has groat difficul Uev and many enemies In tho way Those mako an oval report who see tho enemies moro clearly than tho goodness of thu land and than tho power and love of God IODAN iJi pJ1I W n1 ItN ta iROAD TARRING Process Which Is Proving Highly Sue ceisful In France On the continent tho oiling or tarring of roads is making considerable progress writes the Paris correspond eat of the Scientific American Tho methods which seem to bo most sue cessful wan bo divided Into two general classes In tho first case wo find prod ucts such BS Woatrumlto 1ulvanto and tho like In which the liquid tnr obtained from mineral or vegetable oils Is formed Into an emulsion or a solution In Water nnd thus sprinkled upon the road The solution In wator can bo obtained by adding alkali such as ammonia or by tho use of casein or other products The liquid which Is thus obtained can bo applied to the road from an ordinary sprinkling cart Another way of applying U Is to pipe tho water from the mains through a hoso and use a special form of noxzlo Into which tho oil or tar Is fed from a reservoir For use In cities this Is quUo practical M Foreflllor urns de signed a good form of mixing nozzle whlah consists of two conical pleoee flttlnglntn each other In such a way that the water stream arts by anplra Uon to draw In tho oil sad mix It with tho water In tho noaslo The distance Tarring Wagon at Work between the two cones can be adjusted to suit the conditions of the cats From the aide of the nasal a rubber hoae lode to the oil tank which tea be well carried on the book of tM mob who In doing the BprtakUn Mtor a larger supply the hone la pissed di rectly isle the oil barrel sad the lat terUrise 5015usacart bya5c oad mss To avoid tile nee of a valve la the supply pipe te regulate the low the wade carrlos a snail atr valve which oaa be permaaeaU adjusted for a glvn supply Much store eddent than the method of prinkllac to the application of a layer of hot tar compound upon the road which has Jut been thoroughly quitecleanIbe hot tar and this forms a very solid coating as the tar stake for a coasld erabfodeplh below the surface Ae cording to the report which was made recently by Chief Rngtaeer Iliad the hot tarring method Is to be considered one of tIM Vest to be used span roadsI oa a largo scale la IMC he treated some 1MQM square yards of roM way In Franc aad led that there suits are excellent sad quite Justify the exfteaeo which Is occasioned The dual which usually results from the wear of the road had disappeared sad- at the same time the annual expense of keeping up the road diminished so as to more than compensate for the cost of tine process This comes from the great reduction of expenses for watering the road sweeping and mud scraping as well as from the greater durability of the roadbed so that not only does the tarring process cwt nothing but It gives an annual ooon omy of 001 per square yard yearly One coating of tar lasts about a year To carry out this method practically tho treatment should bo made during warm and dry weather and at certain hours of tho day To avoid an unox pected rainfall It Is necessary that the operation should Uo done quickly With the primitive apparatus which was used at first requiring a great deal of hand labor It was hardly pos sible with gangs of a dozen men to tar more than 1000 square yards of road per day applying tho tar by means of hand brushes This led to the use of an automatic system which could be used for applying on a largo scale and In a continuous manner so that It is now possible to treat more than 2000 square yards per hour We also avoid heating tho tar over a fire which Is always dangerous and the steam heating system Is employed hero The apparatus of tho Lassally1 system Is illustrated here It consists of a tarheating car and a spreading car The tar which Is used hero Is the semiliquid product which comes from tho gnu works Tho tarheating car Is composed of three main parts In front Is placed tho boor which furnishes the steam for tho heating Bad Roads Come High It costs the farmors of this country 29000000 to haul their corn crop to market and V2000000 to got tho wheat crop to the elevators For haul lag 12 of tho principal products of the farm to the market places It costs farmers 173000000 mllllqns please understand Those figures are made up by gdvernment exports Trolley linen will in a few years reduce this coat materially and good roads will lesson the coat still more When tho roads are in midh condition that two tons can bo hauled In one load instead of 1600 pcunds the saving will bo enormous Is there any reason thon why farmers should not do everything they can to get good roads T A CONCRETE WALK AidIIDirections for Laying Which Will Farmer In Doing Work Himself I I This Is the time of the year when I ninny walks are being laid and It to now well known that the cement walk is the beet of all It properly outIdown It will last a lifetime it smoother sod looks better than any other walk and It requires little or no attention to keep It clean Consid ering those advantages It Is oertalnlYIthe cheapest walk as well nnd tills doubly true when It Is laid by time laIowner and hie armoury tired thus saving the expenses of an expert i Tho followitg exact dlr tlons for lay Ing such a wnk are gsn by Mr Fred it Crone head of tho farm mechanic I department of the University of lilt 11 nets + I If our subsoil Is very porous al IIsoIIthoROIl there Is no organic matter to cay and lot the walk settle doIWhere the subsoil Is a stiff the writer has followed the prnetleo Il of excavating 14 to 1C Incboe deep and filling with cinders to within 4tt Inches of tho top of the completed walk tamping down the cinders to make n linn foundation Gravel will do It cinders are not available Two by 4s are used for the sides of the form sad great oare Is taken to level themA crown Is formed by raising tho middle of the walk onetourthlneti for every foot In width The mixture Ions port Portland mecllwUItwo and cuehalf ILmeatwill pacX well It is then shoveled Into lh trine sad pounded down IItheronrrele tq the cinder to allow for expansion and contraction In wars and cold weather The surface waling Is composed of ot part cement sad two and one half narta of semi leaving sot Uw II crushed sock This layer Is nixed to lbs coaatatoacr of merUtr sad ipiead over tM concrete In the tones The surface la struck oft by a gene WkhIIvea the proper amount nt erowa After ittlag for a tea mlaatetl It la rubbed smooth With a trowel Too much rubbing will separate the cement aid ud particles aad leave an unsattafiMNory appearance This surface layer meet also he cut at UM sense potato aa the ooawreta layer helm Cover the walk to pro teat It Item the era It It Is sprinkled with water tress Ume to time that will Insure an sees setting of the ma tennis la about three days It will do to bear weight hut It win not pit Its ul timate strength short of M days BETTER SEED DETTER CROP Some of the Faeters Affecting Wheat Ylefd thojThe reunite ef It separate made at the Ontario college how an rural Increase In yield of grata per acre of 68 bushels from large aa corn pared with small seed of 78 bushels from plump as compared with shrunk en seed sad 316 bushels from sound an compared with broken need Seed which was allowed to became very ripe before It was out produced a greeter yield of talk greta acid straw and a heavier weight of grain per measured bushel than that produced from wheat which was cut at any one of four earlier stages of maturity In 1897 and again in 1002 a large amount of the winter wheat In Ontario became sprouted before It was harvested ow ing to tho wet wuather Carefully conducted i tests showed that an average of only 76 per conL of tho slightly sprouted and IS per cent of the badly sprouted seed would grow and produce plants Surely he Is tho wise farmer who will sow hone but large plump sound ripe Seed of good vitality DOORS FOR GABLE END So Hang as to Swing Entirely Away from the Opening troutThere Is always more or less In finding a Suitable method of han2 Ing doors for unloading hay from tho Plan of Door outside of buildings with slings In the accompanying IliAD each door la hung on a track parallel to the root Tho doors of course aro n little diM cult to close but no more so door hinged at tho bottom In thoro Is often danger In handling vllichjA Good Plan Follow timothy with somo cereal gmln crop which has power to gather fopd In tho soil Under somp conditions overturned sod door not decay quickly enough to enable certain crops to gather food therefrom with sufficient quickness to produce desired results a II s- Iti Makes You Warm To into a drug store and have the IIclurkinsist on your taking something il JUST AS GOOD as what You asked for dont blame you Thats I why we cnrry such a tremendous I stock just to have what you want t we do not have what you IIICare always glad to got it for youi IIThoone thing that We do pot have thing JUST AS GOOD IIDontBelieve in Itl I I The Porter Drug Co iNconro BATED 0 joeeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo e0 j i Berea and Vicinity i 100U o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 2 11 oeoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeool Ir BorcaI Spur with relatives at Paint Lick win Duncan is visiting homo folks this week MlM MarIAn Ledford of Paint Llok II was the guest of tho MlMos Spurloc j last week Miss Mary Spurloak entertained a number et her friWHls at her home on Intel nrrot Tuesday night Miss IUSH stays Is visiting her sis ier Mr iv KiUu Mitchell this week Mrs tItcar Hayes aaxlMn Pu a- ktbyiiVa visiting their parents Mr aIl sin Hayes of ViMle Mra f Ituger ken Iwea very ills vera Lle- Miss suet WalhM uas lit Wat j eta It mlay and Sttu with nil rtlves1tr Howling ha tIU1 hli tNelt n IKixH 41114 has wwve stuck of IIr tutu the uae Itr KIclmrdMM family an Ivtl lint lint I Mn tople pest uiay with Jr e Mrs W D LoRWtOD Mar Iof CUrtuburg Let I ttu t Mttw Nell Burdette Mn IIi Adam and daughtei rp wiluesday sad Thursday I tth hL urn llMM r A IlIrurnent U being made I Lt rt Ixtweeu Cheetnut lid ltpot P Mnl bring coaalderabi tllrret I i hls Ktnvt ball Deeded at tutlor i MIIUP time end will be at precla f by the tuaaat i ThouundH of women haw relastl tareCnot bblMed on footeoBft rmlng laMe That is whys the Soalety shoo woe iiiBiemiry See them Mrs S R Baker If you want tho host dividends on year monoy go with mo to tho lAn Handle Texas and buy tho best lands for 1600 pcr acre Lot me hear from you J PO Dlckncll raItOU5lS and Gardens for Rent i ou 0 D Holliday at the Boron Bank and Trust Company t When the Hair Falls Then its time to act I No time to study to read to experiment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly tool So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any j thing else Its natures way t The belt kind of eo testimonial Sola for ev r itztr yoari U For O Lown YUAI uw6Unr of AXWe SU54wuA eTS CIHJIIY PILLS fscTetL I oooooooowoooooTho k which has recently ben built will ho dedicated tho first Sunday in Soptem bor Eider J IL MoNoIll of Winches tor will preach tho dedicatory sermon Every body is invited to come and bring a bosket dinner Miss Pearl Azblll of Jackson county Is visiting her grandparents Mr And Mrs A P Settle The services held in the Chapel las Sunday mornIng and In the Uaptis1 ehureh Sunday evening were eoUiuel ssUs and were enjoyed by every body Dr Utrget Is sn etogseit and InsptrlHj preaoksr Mrs Mark Spink was wry III UK tint of tile week Miss Bavtah Mats of Scaffold Caw II the goest of tar slstw Mrs J R Debtor Mrs W D Jones who has been ai the Hospital for two weeks Is reported to be some better Miss Orate Hays left Monday to spend a week with her grandmother at Dreyfus Ky Prof C D Lewis and family hue returned hone from their vacation Francis Clark wee home a few days the first of the week MM T J gerlvnor and son Ed are both In tile Hospital with typhoid fever They are reported to be get tins better Prof Dodo Is to be one of the vice presidents In tilt reception commute which Is to meet fisoy Taft at Lex lagton August 2 He will appear 1a uniform aa the special representative of the G A R Rev llnwnnl Iluilumi Kiirtmtnn In Wtxxl work Itcpalri and Supt of Jnnltonu Tho annual reunion of tho Johnson family took place last Thursday at th big spring near Squirt Johnsons horn This reunion is hold for tho John sun families their relatives and near friends about two hundred and fifty people being present Tho place had been well chosen for tho big shade trees mako it a beautiful spot to hold a picnic One particular feature en joyed by tho Immense crowd was tl basket dinner which consisted otnll abundance of tho most tempting dIsh- es prepared as only Kentucky house wives know how Tho best of good feeling prevailed and many tends memories were recalled In the afternoon speeches were made by Mr Jack son and Mr Shackleford Every ont present felt that the day was a great success and ono which will be remem bered many days to cOme Continued on Galley 4 University Five Hundred Years Old On December 4 1909 it will be 600 years since the University of Lolpslc was organized by tho secession of several thousand German students from the University of Prague Arrange agents are already being made to celo brats this semimlllonnlum by the lication of a massive work on the history of the city and the University of Leipslc 1 1 I oooooooeoeoeooooo a i College Items 1 0- o 0- o HERE AND THERE o 0OSOWilliam H Haney formerly a Boron student Is now lecturing on tho dif ferences of the Bluegrass and Mountain regions of Kentucky He shows that the people of the two regions are unlike because of the physical differences of tho country but that they are constantly nnd rapidly growing nearer and nearer together thru the spirit of cooperation which Is over Increasing with tho growth of the now Kentucky Mr Honeys lecture is called Tho Vanishing plo tures and is highly commended by tile audiences of Lexington Louisville and other cities and by tho leading papers of the state Jnr A liurgriu Supt of Construction and Woodwork The school at Burning Springs began on Monday Aug 19th with Miss Haagen as principal and Miss Eliza beth Soovllle as assistant Mr Blerly went to Cincinnati last week to make a purchase of harness saddles and equipment to take the place of the stock burned recently Prof and Mrs RIgby returned Wednesday of last week Mr RIgby has been taking a course of piano tun lug at Valparlso Ind and is now working on the College pianos getting them ready for tall term use Rev A H Thomson D D will return this week and oeeupy Ills pulp Sunday Dr John Herget and wife Mr Drake wife and children trot and Mrs DlawHore and Mr Gamble drove to Richmond Friday evening Miss Swing left Saturday noon for a two weeks vacation She expects to return about Sept let Word comes from H H Shumaker who Is working up In the Big Sandy country He is looking forward to the opening of school In September Horace Ensign expects to return this fall and bring his brother with himA M Ross who Is organizing Sunday schools In Owsley county writes that his work Is progressing nicely IMt r from terra StatlvM Following Is a letter from a Berea student who Is doing Sunday school work In the mountains My Dear President Frost This summer I have been greatly blessed In the Sunday school work here in Harlan county Already I have helped the people organise seven Sun day schools Last Saturday we had a splendid convention and pleulc over on Poolfork where one of our Boron students Cam LewIs is teaching interestedandOn Saturday August 31st wo Are planning for a Sunday school rally and convention at Hvarta and then wo aro going to make a special effort to get tho different delegates to promise to keep their schools going through tho winter These wo are go Ing to call Evergreen Sunday Schools Would It bo possible for you to bo hero If you cannot possibly come try and get Prof Italne or Prof Itumold to come and bo with us Simon C Kelly Does Your Piano ortRepairsT- his is to certify that Prof Rjifph Rigby of BereA College HAS completed the course of Plano Tuning with us and Is now thoroughly capable of tunI- ng regulating and repairing the piano Prof Rigby Is cAreful and Accurate In his work And lean HcArtily recommena him to otibllc patronage P A Gtnt Director of School of Plano Tuning After August 20th Prof Ralph Rlgby will bo in Baron prepared to do piano tuning and repairing Got your piano tuned before Sept llth as then Prof RIgby will be busy with schoolwork pile fr Tuning 9100 PRQF RIGBY Bma Ky J THE MORMON PERIL Senator Dubois of Idaho Gives Expression to His Vory Serious Alarm Over Menace WILL HOLD DALANCE OF POWER This Is the Danger Arising Out of the West Which tho Idaho Statesman Professes to See and Against Which Ho Warns the People Aurora III Aug 19 Senator Du bols of Idaho Sunday afternoon ad dressed 3000 persons on the proba blllty of the spreading of Mormon political power to all parts of the United States He urged his hearers to uso their influence with congress men to prevent tho continuance or polygamous marriages which ho saId woro still made among Mormons The Mormons absolutely control Utah now politically and a United States senator governor or congress man cannot be elected In Idaho or Wyoming against the wishes of the Mormon church They aro a great balance of power in Oregon and will soon control tho senators in that state They are beginning to bo very pow orful in Nevada Unless checked they will become tho balance of power In the senato of tho United States STRIKE OF THE OPS Developments In Big WalkOut Now Appearing Slowly New York Aug 19A though by mutual agreement tho parties to the strike of telegraphers took things easier Sunday and tho usual claims and counter claims of tho days devel opments were not made public There was little doing at strike headquarters and nearly all of the higher ofllclalr of tho Western Union and Postal Tel egraph companies spent the day out of town Those loft in charge of the companies offices said that busIness was moving smoothly Representa tires of the strikers stated that reports received were favorable from the standpoint of the men who are out It was stated that tho strikers bad decided to begin at onco tho pUblica tlon of a dally paper which would set forth the strikers side of tbo con trovorsyThe leased wire news service has been materially improved through out tho country TROUBLE DR EWING Invasion of Venezuela by Forces from British Guiana Georgetown British Guiana August 19lIwoh excitement has been oaoeed here by the invasion of Venezuelan territory by Captain Older in the command of a small frontier force from British Guiana and the seizure of a quantity of balata the gum ot the bullet tree used for lusulatlni wires etc which It la alleged had been collected on British territory A Question of Immunity Washington Aug 19 District At tome Sims and Special Assistant District Attorney Wilkinson of Chi sago arrived here last night bringing the transcript of the testimony taken In the recent Standard Oil trial before Judge Landis at Chicago The trans cript was submitted to the attorney general today for examination and de termination as to the question of im munity raised In the proceedings pend ing against the Chicago ft Alton Rail road company for alleged granting of rebates to the Standard Oil company MacLeans Fate In Doubt Tangier Aug 19 Gerard A Low the the British minister hero has ro qelvad no communication from Caid Sir Harry MncLoan or his captor the bandit Raisin for a week It is only known hero that Sir Harry was alive Aug 12 Brutal Assault on Child Greenville Penn Aug 19Mlss Anna Whitehead fourteen years old daughter of a prominent Methodist Episcopal minister of Turnervlllc Penn is in a critical condition from a I brutal assault perpetrated by a tramp THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain ahd Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 78c No 2 red Sic CornNo 2 65c OatsNo 2 mIxed BOc HayClover 11200 01400 timothy 20002100 millet 1100 01160 CatUeU65 0 716 Hogs 450GGO Sheep 3000475 Lambs 4000078 At Cincinnati WheAtNo2 red 83c Corn No2 B9c OatsNo 2 4GHc Cat tie 5250600 Hogs 5100650 Sheep 2000525 Lambs 4750 780 At Chicago WheatNo2 red 84c Corn No 2 64c Oats No 2 43V4C Cat tleSteers 4500760 stockers and feeders 2500500 Hogs 5500 640 Sheep 3250625 Lambs 5760725 New York Livestock Cattle 4500075 Hogs 6500 710 Sheep 3500530 Lambs 640 0860 At East Buffalo Cattle60700 Hogs 6650 680 Sheep 3500675 Lambs 600 0775 Wheat at Toledo Sept 85c Dee SOfte cash 8cI 3o OIIOII OO OIIO = O 0Necessity is theOmother of invention o Women have suffered wilh their feet for 11 0becausehurt The necessity is at last met in the Society shoe for women U Nice graceful curves conforming the feet withto an elegance so simple that there is beauty and 1comfort in every pair W Thousands ofwomen have theirnconforming lines IIIfoot Thats why the II Society M shoe was necessary The 11 necessity for a nice dress I Ishoe that wont A pinch A and hurt is making the U II Society shoe I a g friend to the foot and 4 most popular IIIthe at the we Have Iprice found STAK BBAND SHOES ARE FETTER O- Za S R a 9 g oeo Vindicative Allusion Only a Chicago paper would Inslnu ato that the movement to make that St LouIs Apollo wear trousers Is In spired by the fact that a bow legged citizen of that burg posed as the modolN Y Herald Divinity There is divinity within us which Is cramped dwarfed and unable to ex press Itself Give it freedom let it act and speak crown it with authority and you will behold a miracle Thrust aside the man by thinking of yourself as the child of God with a destiny that stretches into tho Invisible etor nlty Kxchango Sayings of Childhood Ono morning a mother To whom did you say your prayer last night dear when I was awayt and the little innooent answered Papa was busy writing and Bridget had company so I just said it to God Chicago Tribune I Reform In Tennessee We have peen elected recorder of this tore town and u soon M we air sober we air going to iaUrduoe the daradeat era of reform ever seen In this country We are going to cuppreee all the blind tigers and oonflskate at their booze Herdsman Free Press Progress and Humor Good humor la decidedly a comfortable thing both to have and to meet with but for all that It were a sorry day for human progress if everybody sRbuld be good humored all the time Puck r r T I 1 oonesPO 0 1350o i O MRS BAKER BEREA KENTUCKY s01OOIIo00Awl Pleased Patrons Advertising makes authors ales makes real good live merchants PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to leave Kirks vllle I will on Saturday Sept 21 1907 sell on the premises to the highest bidder a certain lot of land lyingion the east side of Main street Klrks ville Ky and containing about four acres of rich fertile land It has on it good improvements consisting of a seven room dwelling with pantry a cellar 22x27 feet good ice house stables meat house chick en houses and a good two story store house This is a good location for a doctor to run a drug store in connec tion with his practice or any one who wants to run a store of any kind Kirksvlllo Is a beautiful quiet vil lage with a population of one hundred and fifty It is a splendid location above any I malaria ten miles south of Richmond tho county seat of Madison aud four miles from the L I N R R It is a local option village and for sobriety and Christianity cannot be excelled It has one bank two gener al merchandise stores two blacksmith shops two undertakers two doctors and one harness maker Terms One half oath and one half in two equal payments with G percent from day of sale till paid Sale to cum mence at 10 oclock a m V Mrs Dr Judy l W P Prewltt Klrksville Ky Auc tioneer 4Iu1Z IL I AM THE MAN WHO 1 SELLS THE LAND ITown property In Herln mid farm lands are advancing In prIce Now Is the time to save money by buying I i I I now have some excellent value la tho way of farms for sale i I have ono farm well located containing 100 acres 80 acros bot tom land a flno crop on it now good bulldlngn well improved I and lying along besldo county road railroad whIch I Ifor tho sum of 1700 I havo another tract or land containing ISO nores of good bluegrass and 40 acres bottom land This land ordinarily would cost volt front 60 to j6 per acre I can sell you thIs excolJenttrn t of I nnd now for 45 nero Now ItJ your limo for a saleIfbravo I Iwvo very beautiful property in nerel now for I four building lots In the Vest yet unsold price 100 each ono aero 111 each lot vv I have three cottages In the West end lots containing an aero I urn evidently I cnn tho lIell beat nny one e ot ttwill h avetforn0 nice enchhome Inj Boron any wnys bulldlngboood Another bllr 800nIyou want I am your man IIf J P BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT J6Za l2L a z tZ nbi tA ltlthkitR +7cSe titStSSSlil3tit7akaQ A NEW STORE IN BEREA i v S- V Are you looking for high grade food materials Tho best nre S none too good Why buy cheap and often impure groceries We v Store with variety of goods JJare opening up a now Grocery a great 5 and will keep us complete a lino as possible of fancy groceriesthe Vt best goods obtainable for the price We aro distributors for the j- K wellknown Bakers Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee the boat to i K be had iu Derea Try a can and you will always want the original Steel Cut Coffeo at You will find a bargain counter here at all times and will be z able to pick up some good values I dont ask you to give me all J your patronage when you want family procenes tinware or hard 9 ware but you will get a square deal when you como toe2 R R HARRIS t i 5J r I i I Ilk t The Citizen 1ft family newspaper for ill that Is right true and Interesting rubllahed every Thursday at Berta Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates TiTADIK IN ADVANCE One Year tl M- Blx Montht tThree Month Sf MouJOrdercent tamp Tne date after your nine oa label abcwa U what date your iubtcrf ption Is paid If It U not enewaltUnumber will be gladly supplied If we- are noticed Flue Premlumt lInn for new lubICrlPtloDi and prompt rrnewuli Send for Irealua LIlt Liberal terms given to any who cbtalni new tobacrlptlon for ua one sending ua four 1rutsubacriptloaanreceive Tile Citiaem free lor one year AdTcrtUIng rate on application I MZMBKK or I KKNTfCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Grand achievements alone give title of nobility The condor can fast 40 days and the eagle 28 days Love may be a novel antidote for the divorce evil but it ought to bo tried There ought to be some good way to get rid of the anonymous letter writer A bashful lover is much to be pitied says a Kansas exchange More than the girl f united States subtreasuries are becoming noted chiefly for losing money In a way that no one can discover There are men who will agree with tho Cairo minister that kissing Is a source ot great danger Often It leads to marriage Now they are having a severe drought in Jamaica About the only thing tho Jamaicans have to be thank ful for is the loss of Swettenham A Texas judge rules that a tablo fork is not a deadly weapon Wo believe that in Texas the fork Is regarded as merely a useless ornament anyhow We are glad that Mark Twain Is coming back to a country where It will not be necessary for him to make negligee journeys to bathroom across tho street Always have From Mother inscribed in your watch Softhearted burglars returned a timepiece they bad stolen because those words were carved In the case In their dealings with Mark Twain the British were foxy They were BO good to him that he will be restrained from mentioning the funny things ho observed while abroad An English censor of American cus toms says that we do not sit down gracefully Probably we contracted the habit when we had to sit down very hard on England a couple of times Cock partridges are caught on French shootings by means of a trap that closes on the entrance of a bird the lure being a mirror In which it sees its own reflection which it is anxious to attack American children have been In dicted on four counts by the National Educational association That may be all they are guilty of but the aver ago man could frame up ten or a dozen counts against the boy next door Tho Canadian census bureau has figures to show that within six years Canadas Increase In population has been 1133585 Many of these new citizens have come from tho United States and form a desirable element of the population wherefore Canada is glad King Edward is reported to be lead- Ing a more strenuous life than either President Roosevelt or Emperor WII liam Out this report bears all the earmarks entitling it to be classed among the nature fakes No man could possibly lead such a strenuous life as this report indicates and have it Inaudible to the naked eye The earl ot Easton a British cola nel says that the only way to abolish war Is to abolish uni forms on the theory that Man ardently desires a uniform woman ardently admires it Possibly the end could be attained by making mil itary uniforms unattractive and those of pacific organizations more gOr- geous Just as The Hague cont renco as sembled It was announced that France and Great Britain had entered into agreement with Spain to maintain the status quo In tho Mediterranean This moans that Franco shall be unmolest ed in Algiers that England shall have its way In Egypt and that the situation in Morocco shall remain un changed Tho arrangement says Youths Companion Is a practical proof of the peaceful disposition ot the powers concerned and an expres theVence iuftimtr nf ODrgam rin 1Gubnr ttt titr pastal rruirr Dy JEREMIAH D HOLLAND National President ofthe Letter Carriers Association lfa HE federal government docs not officially recognize organised labor in the public service and the association of letter car riers therefore generally confines itself to social and benevolent work among its members Aside from its interest in tho or ganization of labor it aims to be of service to its members as a benevolent order The government dots not object to that kind of an organi zation but rather welcomes it and the results have justified the plan of a brotherhood of mutual helpfulness The government would not recognize a strike ox postal employes tor higher wages or shorter hours and the association is not organized for industrial purposes along that line It has tho right how ever to exert all proper means to obtain alleviation or correction of harsh or unjust conditions in the wirrico as affecting tho postal employes It any employe feels that ho is being discriminated against that he is being unfairly treated in any way it is within the province of tho asso ciation to present the individual grievance to the proper authority for remedy Tho presentation of such a case or any number of such cases does not constitute n menace or throat to government authority There is no demand upon the government for action but there is as clear anti sound a statement of tho situation as tho association can present Tho social benefits to bo derived from tho association are such as any benevolent organization is formed to confer such as sick and death benefits Otherwise than these the plans of the organization are to use every reasonablo and rightful effort to nlnke the postal service more attractive and remunerative in proportion as the individual service is more faithful and efficient Missile 1ll itJ- UjJl1r uhlitH By REV DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILUS Our generation scorns to have built a throne for a now and strong god rho name of this potentate is called lip some the Pftblic bothers Society while another group term it tho Twentieth Con tury The worshipers never tire of singing paeans in celebration of thin wonderful form in deity In Voltaires play the courtiers spoiled tIlt young prince with flattery They never tired of burning incense that ht might breathe the sweet odor they cheered the foolish boys maudlin words they wove innumerable wreaths for his low forehead And not otherwise men never tiro of tolling us that the public was nevor M intelligent as today society was never so wise or so prosperous The twentieth century has moro tools moro conveniences more comforts than over before were known Tho forehead of this god named tho public must be wondrous high But strangely enough the public doors not seem to have published any poem or drama of lato that has eclipsed tho Bard ofstratford or of the Arno We have gone every whither seeking some new tool that tho twentieth century has invented that will make a locomotive or a steamship seem like toys But having searched the market place through and through we have met no ono who has met the public or our era or the twentieth century Now and then ono is conscious of a fear that we may all be worshiping a phantom But a great age begins with the individual man The fountain of all invention science art and literature is in personal excellence A great age means that great men march forward in regiments There is no great twentiethcentury for me if personally I am small Ivory citizen should say What ship did I build What great plow did I fashion What cottage or factory or palace or library did I help build What poem or oration or law did I write What thread in the flag of liberty did I stain crimson with selfsacrifice If I have made no contribution to this century then for me the century is not great and the age never can be golden 1tttifir ttttt- nf 3fgttnrttUrr By MADAME There is nothing per haps harder to obtain from any living creature than a frank admission of ignorance Great questions arise and we range ourselves on one side or the other as a matter of course yet it never occur to us to question one anothers knowledge which may after all be a fortunate and providential arrangement And yet what do we owe to ignorance Shocking as it mayappear at first sight subjects that front one section of mankind demand nothing but the most serious and solemn consideration afford to another an infinite source of amusement When in distinguished company says a delightful book on eti quette do not ask elementary questions By no means I You might wake up some dreadful bore some of them are encouraged that way though for the most part they arc heavily repelled The latter is en example of the excellent results to be obtained by a courageous attitude of complete ignorance But it is in less enlightened company that honest ignorance obtains its greatest victories At the first dishonest show of erudition step in and grapple with it Cuin poppysma mustcla itwhich being interpreted mcancth pop goes the weasel rendered with the proper snap might silence a room filled with a semiconscious want of knowledge Let us guard against the tendency to decide in a moment between real and apparent ignor ance Ignorance has been assumed ns well as concealed nnd knowledge may prove like other things in life but a transitory joy to many Num bers of industrious persons reap no greater reward than temporary abstraction you never knew a thoroughly kilo man who did not attempt to quiet his conscience with an affected disbelief in the spasmodic industry of his friends May we not attempt to answer Ignorance without one reference to those lines which spring misquoted to the lips of nine delightful ignoramuses in ten I BAND OF THIRTY ANARCHISTS ATTACK CARDINAL DEL VAL AND RECTOR KENNEDY Clergymen Rescued Dy Guards and Troops The AntiClerical Riots Are Spreading In Italy Homo Aug 19The wave of anti clericalism Is Increasing In vlolpuco Nearly all tho prlesU of the Vatican go about the olty fearing elthor Insult or assault Cardinal Marry del Val with Monsignor Kennedy reotor ol tho American college while passing through Marino In carriage was furl ously assaulted by A band of 30 an archlsts who were shouting Down with the Vatican Long live tho rave lutlon Tho anarchists woro armed with knives and clubs They surround cd the carriage dcslpte the BtronH guard of detectives and carbineers One anarchist swung a club at the cardinals read but n detective quickly Interposing received the blow on bis chest and was dangerously Injured Tho pope when Informed sorrow fully said The world will now sec bow Impossible It would bo for mo to leave tho Vatican The outburst of antlclorlccilUni has overspread all Italy It shown do spite the Improved relations between the Vatican and tho quIrlnaU that there is still a large section of the radical populace which Is eager at all times to attack the church The events of this summer have favored the anti clericals wherefore after a long period of tranquility during which the church and the government have ren tiered ono another reciprocal aid the mobs are now burning churches and Assaulting tiic prelates Fortunately parliament Is not In session now else- au unforseen crisis might arise For Italy Is peculiarly susceptible to sud den ebulltlons of public anger Tho unfortunate situation la still further complicated at this time by the issuance from the Vatican of a communication which Is detained to arous serious controversy It affirms that either Catholics or non Catholics who have interpreted the general pol icy of the pope toward the Italian gov ernment as Implying that ho Is In accord with or has any eontldence in any cabinet or political party cola understand the pontiffs position The Vatican it Is asserted eeea no need at tills time changing Its policy toward the government whatever nttlttula the government may assume It Is reported that Tope Put la about to follow up his recent syllabus on scrolled modernism In the faith with an encyclical condemning mod ernist errors NINE HURT BY JUMPING From a Trolley Car To Escape an Impending Collision York Ia Aug 19ln a haulend collision between oars on UM York and Windsor street railway nine persons were Injured whllo panda stricken The wreck was brought about through a misunderstand Ing of signals by S T Beck a motorman When the cars came together the passengers were seized with panic In leaping nine were hurt They are Miss Nora 11011 laser of York left arm broken and left ankle sprained Miss ioWa Me Gulgan of Hod Lion spine Injured John Croul conductor of York arm and taco out IL 8 lisle of Lancaster county back sprained Milton P Ilhoflmx Lancaster county right leg Injured Philip Gros Dallastown food cut Clarence Baker Dalliutown taco cut Lillian Wallick York back sprained Gasoline Tank Explode on float Tlverton tt I Aug 19A gasoline tank In a 30foot motor boat In tha Seaconnet river exploded causing tike death of two persons and seriously In juring nvo others The boat contained 14 young people whohnd been on a trip to Fall Hlver and had stopped at Tlverton on their return George An tuya and Lydia Morcler were killed and the Injured are all suffering from ccvdre bums Killed Before Escorts Eyes Canon City Col Aug 19Mlss Eugenia Goold aged 30 a trained nurse of 232 West Catlin wvunue fouth Canon City fell off a 200 foot precipice on the north Bide of Twin Sisters mountain in the Sangre De Chrluto range eight miles south of Howard Fremont county and was Instantly killed Only one person Adolphus Latham of Howard the young wom ans companion witnessed the sect dent Jew Baiter Exposed Blalystock Russia Aug 19Col- Schoter commander of tho Blalystock military station Is charged with or ganizing and helping to carry out tike recent attacks on Jews here Schooner Fleetwood Believed Lost Belleville Ont Aug 11The schoon er Fleetwood owned by Capt Clark Taylor of this city Is believed to have gone down In Lake Ontario with all bands Mrs Emma Leach Dead Kansas City Aug 19Mrs Emma Leach sister of Colo Jim an J Bob Younger former members of the famous James bandits died hero as the ftBUlt of Injuries received In a street car acldent In this city last Friday She was 54 years old Two Forests Ablaze Toulon Aug 19Great forest fires are blazing on all side of this place and two forests are threatened Troops are making desperate efforts to control tbb fire but thus far with hut UUe result owing to a high wind BE THRIFTY Practical Advice to Young Men by Herbert F Price Money saving Is becoming a lost art with young men today I am sorry to see tho greater majority of them wasting their money literally throwing It away Young men hate not half the thrift they had 25 years ago In those daya nickels dimes and quarters were brought to the bank for deposit and It was this excellent habitat thrift that made many of the pres ent merchants prosperous and helped them to start upon a business career of their own- I wish I could fill every young man with a dread and horror of poverty I with It were possible for mo to make them feel Its constraint its bitterness and Its despondencies that they would make vows against It They would then read with pattern what I have to say regarding thrift What Is thrift young man It Is the habit of saving something regular ly out of your earnings whether those earnings be I or 110 a day It Is tho accumulation of money wHle young and In the prime of life It Is a fortress against poverty and absolutely tho only way to get a solid fortune A dollar Is not an Insignificant thing but worthy of great respect and he who considers It such can rightly be said to bo already poverty stricken for he Is very apt not to be Influenced by the good virtue of thrift On tho contrary he is very liable to spend every coat ho earns and then in later years when he beholds some old ac quaintance enjoying tho fruits of his For the boy who wants to make his own kite the diagrams shown will explain themselves All the mate rials needed are strong thin paper or A COOL PROPOSITION What Ice Will Do That Is Hung on Wires Heros a ruszle for you to try one of these warm days when you have nothing else to do because It Is tn teresting Take a water bucket and stretch across the top about toot of iron wire as fine as the Iman1 The Pall Wires and toe est twine Stretch the wire across the top of tho pall to form a kind of bridge Set the wlro about two Inches apart and lay a twopound block of ice upon It taking care that the ice does not touch the bucketTho ice will begin to melt and the wator will urlp Into tho pall Pres ently the ice will setra to sink down as It the wires were cutting It Into three pieces In about half an hour If you try to lift tho Ice you will find the wires securely frozen In The lump of Ice will slip along the wires but you cannot take it away from them says Philadelphia Lod ger You can see the wires through tho Ice but the sharpest penknife cannot find whore they entered There may bo a line of silvery bub bloB showing where tho wires passed but tho Ice will bo an unbroken piece At last tho wires will como out at tho top and the lump of ice though partly melted away will drop into the poll nir whole vas over The word ot GIdla the key to tho dictionary of p hard work and selfdenial be tmdcav ors to seek consolation In tho thought that ho Is a victim of fate Young men never make a more fatal mlittik In life than when they consider theta solves tho creatures of tateIt Is tho greatest folly In the world Lot the man of fate stop and reason a little How did his prosperous friend sue coed becomo able to delve a quick- stepping more travel abroad possess the moons by which ho Is able to enjoy tho beauties of nature social pres tige and every comfort he can wish for In his home life Ho began poor like himself but made a Judicious selection In business stuck to It with persistency and courage kept ahead of the times worked hard while others slept sail above all saved his money 1110 respected tho cent and honored the dollar Hard luck did Just the opposite Ho selected a business but never had the grit to stick to It Ho was lazy and took everything In an easy manner Then when failure and poverty stare him In the face he says 1 am a victim of rata Like small atoms which grow Into great oak trees do a few cents dally saved rapidly grow Into largo bank accountsHow Small Sum Saved Dally In Time Grows Into a Fortune CrntaFiftya day Per year In ten year years I si t j l 16 titi IIIfUo1O 10t 4 WJ Ily tho accompanying table It would appear that If a mechanic or clerk would make up his mind to save only 23i cents a day from tho time be Is 20 until he is 70 the aggregate with interest would amount to 12900 whllo a dally saving of 274 cents roaches the Independent and important sum ot 29000 There are very few young men It any that cannot save dally by ndenying themselves the enjoyment of Vcigars tobacco and other things which could easily be dispensed with Thus they will bo laying up something for old age when their days ot activity ara over or for some Jay of neco lty la the future when they will reap the re ward ot these slight selfettaLt MAKE YOUR OWN KITE cotton goods thin sticks that bend easily rattan Is best strung thread straight long sticks patience and ingenuity FOUND ITS WAY HOME Pet Seat Which Its Owner Could Not Lou The story of a pet seal captured when a pup by a lighthouse keeper on the coast of England Is given In UcmlnUcences of a Sportsman Tho young seal was fed and allowed to have tho range of the kitchen and the members of tho household be came greatly attached to It It would make Its way dally down to the water and pass many hours swimming about It secured morn or lets food In that way but always returned to its place in tho kltchca at night Blindness finally came to the seat with old age but It continued Its journeys to tho sea and returned as reg ularly as before unoyancoand its lessoned ability to got about At last the family decided they must part with It and not wishing to kill It they arranged tvlth a fisherman to carry It well off some 20 miles and drop It Into the sea They ex pected that It would como to a nat ural death in that element nut on atUAnother effort was made to got rid of It by arranging with a soiling ves sel to take It several hundred miles Out to sea and then drop it In This was done and somo time passed away without nay sign of the seal Hut seven days after its departure I tho kitchen maid who slept near thoo duringthe mornlnHathreshold A Safe Custodian Granny salt little Johnnie as be counted a lot of nuts somebody had given him can you eat nuts = No dear said tho old lady I havent got any tooth Well then said Johnnie empty ing his nuts into grannys lap Ill Bije you these to mind till I coma back r r a + sue I IThe Lunacy of Simon Lane By John V Mulaney f iroi yrtrliL by Dally Story Pub CoJ It was a busy day In the department store ot Marburg it Co Simon Lane head clerk of the fur department was even more than usually omcloulII OIlPec1a11good rfchlyldrclllrda frank pleasant smile and a very engaging nlr ot condescension which made Simon moro than usually servile In his attentions She appeared much Intorostid In tho display of selected rUn There was a nubile flattery In tho manner In which she sought Simons opinion on the various goods but hor own remarks showed her to be u connoisseur After much dellb oration she selected some handsome seal skins with careless Indifference to tholr price and a set of sables tho pride of the Marburg fur display She gave a little sigh of wcarlnosM as she concluded her buying and unclasped her purse I should like greatly to take my purchases with mo she said I with to have Ute furs for this evening If It wont trouble you too much will you have them packed at once and I shall take them In my carriage What Is the amount Sho took a roll of bills from her purse and counted them slowly haven hundred dollars maam tall Simon after a somewhat lengthy caleulaUofl r A faint flush had begun to color tho womans features She uttered a slight but startled exclamation I must eon rose that I have exceeded by purse she said blushingly I havent that amount with mo Howovor I must havo those fursand I cant wait until tomorrow May I speak with your employer a moment she asked boil tatingly blushing a deep crimson from embarrassment I think I see a way out of the difficulty Simon led the way to the grated window of old Marburgs office and briefly related the situation Yow would greatly oblige mo the woman hastened to conclude It you would allow year clerk here to nceorn pang me to my husbands times My carriage Is waiting outside I shall procure a check for tOT purchase which I shall return to you through your clerk You will do rao a great service she added and besides you will rnlaese rao from a very onbar raining PHitation On the shrewd couatoaance of old Marburg a frown gathered for a mo meat a frown of distrust then at tho thought of losing a new and evidently wealthy ctMtomw his face cleared No favor whatever madam Mr Lane here shall accompany you and return with tho check And old Mar burg turned again to his desk A carriage awaited them at the curb Simon followed sat down oppo site hor and the carriage rolled away Simon was charmed by the engaging conversation of his companion Still exhibiting a slight air of reserve as might well become a society leader thrown Into such a delicate situation she conversed entertainingly on those topics of the day that might Interest a clerk As they talked the carriage was speeding along out through tho crowded streets ot the business die riot to tho quiet of the suburbs Simon was beginning to experience a slight feeling of uneasiness when tho horses slowed down to a walk and he foil that their destination was near at handA clanro through tho carriage window told him that they woro on rounds jot the Chcsloa Private Sanitarium He Immediately conclud ed that the woman opiK slto him was tho wife of some official of the estab lishment Ho was more strongly in trenched In this belief when the car riage drew up at the main doorway Tho woman arose and spoke with a ravishing smile Wont you please atop up into tho waiting room while I see Dr ChcsleaT Ill be gone but just a moment- Simon was only too happy to obey and followed her into a cosy little waiting room where she left him Two attendants In uniforms were lounging in the apartment and Simon saw that they were watching him closely Tho woman was gone but a tow moments when she returned She had a kerchief to hor eyes and was weeping She stopped quickly to his lido and before ha realized what she had done she had kissed him im pulsively on tho forehead and rushed from tho room sobbing loudly The suddenness the strangeness of it all took Simon completely by surprise but In a moment he recollected him self and started after her Fro ho reached the door an attendant seized blip by either arm What does this meant cried Si man almost stunned ht these unlook ed for proceedings Bo Quiet sir Calm yourself saId one of the men speaking lu a sooth Ingvolco as If to a child You must stay here for a while sir and enjoy a little vacation What kind of a plot is this gentle men 1 am a clerk la the employ of Marburg Company Let mo go- bo cried beginning to struggle help lessly Softly sir wo know all about you Mr Marburg has asked that you bo glvqn this little vacation Your wife asked it for you My wifol nut I hAve no wife I dont believe you You aro all in some plot to ruin mot and Simon Instead of trying to be cool and ration al grew more excited more confused and moro violent in his resistance At last ho was forced down a corridor and placed In a solitary cell where bo poised a sleepless night On tim afternoon of tho next day Dr Cbesloa head of tho Chesloa Sani tarium Silt reading In his private of Ace As his eye moved over tho front page of tho Herald It was attracted by the following Item Faithful Clerk Absconds from tho Marburg Store Simon Lauo for ten years a trusted employer of Mar burg and Company disappeared from the city yesterday taking with him a check for 1100 dollars paid him by a wealthy customer No news of his whoreabount line been obtained Dr Cheslea reread tho Item with a puzzled expression then SIlt for several moments staring before him In silence As if on sudden thought he then picked up a directory from his desk and looked through It bur rlodly Then taking down the reedy er of till desk telephone ho called tho number of Marburgs private ofllce Hello a little excitedly I want to talk with Mr Marburg at once This Is Marburg right bore returned a gruff voice what can I dolor youThis Is Dr Choslea ot the Cheslea Sanitarium I read of tho disappear ance of your clerk Simon Lane and wish to say that ho Is hero at the sanitarium Ho was placed hero yesterday at tho request of his wife and at the advice of his physician Ills wife Simon Lane my clerk had no wife You must be mistaken Dr Chesloa saw In a flash tho depth of his deception He dropped the tuba phono and pressed a button on his dock Go he said calmly to the attend ant who I appeared and show Mr Lane to my office Mr Lane the gen llamas in number 97 As Simon Lane dejected and woo bogono appeared In the doorway of tho office Dr Chesloa arose to meet him and shook him warmly by tbo handMr Lane ho said this Institu lion has done you a great wrong As head of this institution I am responsi ble for It and I otter most humble apol ogy It is plain that we both have boon much deceived The two talked earnestly togothor for ten minute In tho midst of the discussion a cab drove hurriedly up the drive Old Marburg alighted and hastily mounted tho steps and entered the office Simon ho cried hutting between his old time oanfldenoo In his clerk and his new suddenly grounded sus picion Mr Marburg said Dr Cheslea unCQnICIOIIII called hero at my ofllce the day before yesterday with two gentlemen one ot whom she Introduced as her broth er tho other of whom bore the card of a prominent north side doctor a gentleman for whom I have tho great set esteem professionally but whom unfortunately I had never met This woman stated that hor husband was Insane to wl lch fact the two gontlo men testified She declared that his Insane hobby was selling turns and that ho Imagined himself a clerk In tho employ of Marburg and Company She spoke of him In terms of groat affection and seemed much moved I oxproised the hope that we might be able to benefit him by a few months treatment She then explain ed that he was very suspicious and wary also that ho was very violent when crossed in his wishes or other wise disturbed In temper but that she would try under some pretence to bring him quietly to tho offico hero where we might take him In charge Well as you see she brought Mr Lone who answered exactly to her description and who you will pardon mo Sir certainly did exhibit tho symptoms she mentioned Where Is this woman now cried old Marburg very red and excited starting from his seat nut even the best city detectives failed to answer his question Squirrels Reared by a Cat Among the Interesting things shown at a recent meeting of the Zoological society were two young specimens of tho English squirrel which had al most entirely changed lii color from the usual chestnutbrown to a light drab the oars and feet only showing traces of the original color It was stated that tho animals had been taken from a nest when very young and put in charge of a cat which acted as fostermother and successful ly rained them It was suggested that this fact might havo caused the color changeSt James Gazette Her Best Recollection Mrs Lapsling was explaining the nature of tho injury sustained by Johnny when he fell oft the back porch Its a wonder ho over went through It alive she Bald Tho doctor says ho came mighty near fracturing hip juxtaposition You know thats tho bone next to the Mcdullion dbllgato Chicago Tribune PITY THE POOR MILLIONAIRE He Sighs for the Breakfasts and the Appetite of His Youth Terrapin Is all right and sold the salad millionaire I like lobster and canvasback duck but still I dont be lieve I got half tho pleasure out of tho fine things I eat nowadays that I used to find In the plain food that we had years ago In tho days when wo couldnt afford anything else Id give a million dollars er er anywayIfas I used to have when I was a boy If I could have now the same appetite to eat It with Wo Used to live In a house without any heat above the ground floor and I slept In a room that was colder than Greenland In a feather bed under about seven million patchwork bed quilts and Id sleep ten hours In a bed like that as snug and warm and com fortable as anybody ever did under swansdown coverlets In a warmed room and then Id get up In the morn Ing and go out and chop a few cords of wood before breakfast and then come In feeling able to tear the world apart and with an appetite that noth ing loss than good substantial food and plenty of It would satisfy an ap petite the satisfaction of which was a grand and stirring joy For breakfast on winter mornings we were likely to have pork chops and buckwheat cakes and such chops and such cakes Not little thin dried up loan half cold tasteless chops from a kitchen halt a mile away but big thick fat chops of homofed pork fresh cokod and sizzling And the cakes Not half heavy pastecolored Inside thin dull lifeless and tasteless cakes just warm but buckwheat cakes light aud fluffy and brown and generous in dimensions and all crinkly and crispy around the edges and good all through and so hot and steaming when they came on the table that you had to look out and not burn your mouth when you began to eat them And those chops and those buckwheat cakes we used to eat with the pork gravy on tho cakes A breakfast fit for tho very gods though one must bo a god to be sure he must be well and strong and fit to enjoy It Grateful am I that I can bring back even In recollection the joys of an old time breakfast of pork chops and buck heat cakes Loyal to Columbus The most popular man In New York living or deed seems to be Christopher Columbus remarked tho man from the south I base my con clusions on the quantity of flowers that are offered up to ids memory No matter what time of the day week or month you happen to pass a Colum bus statue you see bouquets and wruaths plied up at Its base and twined around Columbus feet and legs Except on special holidays such as the Fourth of July Decoration day and notable birthdays nobody over thinks of smothering the effigies of Washington Lincoln and other na banal heroes In floral tributes For a long time I could not understand this striking partiality to the discoverer of our country Upon Inquiry I learned that there arc several societies American and italianwhich donate a certain sum of money each year for tho decoration of Columbus Monu ments and It Is the treasurers duty to see that the prescribed quantity or flowers Is provided Rare Pilgrim Fish Caught Another Hreton fishing townCon carnoau has had a novel experience of Its own One of Its trawl boat the Saint Loulu has just returned to port not with the heavy cargo of sat dines that all tho good folk so much desired but with a catch of an entirely unwonted and unwelcome kind This took the form of a monster nIb measuring not less than 25 foot It length The fish Is one of tho pilgrim kind and Is associated with the shark family though said to be less fe rocious than the ordinary shark As the monster is very rarely seen but little that la definite Is known of him The incident has no parallel within liv ing Droton memory London Globe Head Walter Loses Out About tho meanest man Ive seen yet said a head waiter yesterday was a little chap that blew In here Saturday He looked to bo from some little town and I guess his trip to Cleveland was about the biggest thing ho had over done I hadnt more than seated him until ho pulled out two or three coins and handed me a quarter- I guess It matt him mad when he found out that I wasnt the man that waited on hint licfore he gave anything to the man who took his order he called mo over and said I would have to give him back that quarter Dont you think that was a shabby trick for a man to duCleveland Plain Dealer Method Ho occasionally says things that are wonderfully apropos said one statesman Yes answered tho other lies like our parrot nt home It doesnt know much but what It doos know It keeps repeating until some circum stance arises that makes tho remark seem marvelously apt A Maxim Contradicted You cant get something for noth ing In this worldliald the ready- made proverblallst Cant oh 7 rejoined the man who had been to Monte Carlo you ought to see what the dealer takes in on the naught at tho roulette tableat YOUTHFUL SMOKERS Cigarette Trade of the Country Is Booming- If the general prosperity of the country were Indicated by tho con stantly Increasing consumption of tobacco In tho form of cigarettes then business prospects wero never moro favorable than at present There can bo no denial of tho fact that the cigar ette trade Is booming Nearly every little man of 16 with a brain big enough to dream of the day when Vii ible down shall decorate his upper lip delights In swaggering along the streets with a cigarette in his mouth How manly tho conceited little fel low thinks he Is and how his eyes sparkle with delight at the wondrous feat of ejecting smoke in long lines from his proud nostrils The dividing line between boyhood and manhood Is surely indicated by the cigarette says the New York Weekly In other words the ambl tious lad who can gracefully burn a cigarette and convert his nostrils into Inverted smokestacks should no longer be classed as a boy Nohe Is a full Aedged man or thinks he Is because he possesses the ability to smotyjThisof a lad In Brooklyn aged 15 who recently died from nicotine poisoning caused by smoking cigarettes Every boy who Is addicted to the same en ervating practice and rails to take warning from tho fate of the youth ful smoker to whom wo have referred Is not likely to become a very clever or a very strong man If smoking does not shrink his kings and frame and convert him into a sickly ghost before he Is 25 he may live long enough to learn that during the years when sensible boys endeavor to become clover and bright ragged and strong and otherwise prepare thorn selves for the battle of life he was nothing but a conceited little fool and ruined his health and dwarfed his Intellect by Indulging In the senseless habit of smoking cigarettes ALCOHOL VS COFFEE Ute of the Former as a Beverage Is Harmful The habitual uso of sedatives such as alcohol opium morphia chloral cocaine and tbolr alliesis to be con demned without qualification as false in principle and fatal in rosult It Is true that those drugs will ono and all relieve worry banish care and procure peace of mind but It is as tree that the worry tho care and the dlspeaco will return bringing seven devils with themLet us turn now from the sedatives to the stimulants Must caffeine as represented by tea and coffee fall un der a like condemnation 1 Tho sedatives we have condemned because they do nothing for the llfo of the body but aro opposed to It says Dr C W Saleeby The stimu lant caffeine on tho other hand favors the life of the body promotes tho process ot combustion on which life depends Increases vitality and that power to work which Is the ex pression of vitality- Everywhero men find that a cup of tea or coffee Is refreshing It produces renewed vigor It heightens the sense of organic well betng the conscious ness ot fitness and capacity This Is utterly distinct from the action of alcohol cr opium in deadening tho sense of 111 being Tea and coffee have had many hard words said of them Tho trouble is that people will not distinguish Tea for instance as commonly understood In thIs country Is more nearly a decoction than an infusion of the tea leaf and contains besides the theme or caffeine a very large proportion of tannin or tanlc acid Drink the Cause of It Dr Wilhlte superintendent of the asylum at Dunning III told a womans club that of the 1000 insane patients GOO men and 400 women alcohol was the cause of Insanity In tbo cases of 10 H per cent of tho men and five Iter cent of the women Of 1000 pauper cases SOO men and 200 women 95 per cent of the men and 59 per cent ot the women Tiave an alcoholic history and 44 per cent and 22 per cent of the men and women respectively of this class drink to excess Of 1000 tuberculosis patients 800 men and 200 women 94 per cent and 23 per cent respectively havo an alcoholic history Must Not Drink Tba Lehlgh Valley railroad has served notice on its employes that they must bo total abstainers from alcoholic drinks or leave the service of the company and it Is quite likely that all ot the other lines In tho United States will adopt tho same rule It Is only cumulative evidence that thero aro enough sober men In the world to do the worlds work The conviction Is gaining weight everywhere that tho temperance question is not simply moral but economic and corporations aro now ono with tho churches in the effort tc suppress this great national vice Crazy Surely- A Chicago judge ruled a man In sane because It was shown that ho drank 65 drinks of vnlsky a day He was certainly crazy to get whisky 4 t a 1855 Berea College 19078 j FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library ia KcBtacky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for eachmainsubject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least Advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmeticaand tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any wfco have finished fifth grade fraction and compound numbers l Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical sad Interesting studies to tit a young person for an honorable nod useful lite CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In hls course so that a young mon may secure1 a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even A part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin Gor- man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 anti 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nodes sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra to connection with any course Small extra teas Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrea College la not a moneymaking Institution All tho money ro celved from students U paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic ptx i la who are supporting Heron In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with pareful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students come from tho best families And are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In listen live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train Ins and getting pay according to the value of thorn labor Except In win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming securo extra employment so us to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people nom favors plain clothing Our climate is the bott but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room 1 rent to pay lor cleaning repairs fuel tights and washing ot bedding + and towels For table board vrltuimt coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and J160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ins of bedding 40 cents a week tu tall and spring CO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and to returned when the student departs Second on Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of schdbl build loge hospital library otc Students pay nothing for tuition orsorvlces of teachers all our Instruction is a free girt The 4Flcfor most students Is 500 a term SUO In lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are aa follows FALL It weeks 2950n rm payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945- WINTERI2 weeks2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 lucludlug 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot a term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that BO allowance Is made for any fraction of a week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any traction of a monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when h s returns provided It Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In school It pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY ot the fall term Is September 11 1907 For Information or friendly Advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEItBEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knifeltakes they eyes of the mea tad boys who see li The crantata people like a good thing when they see tt and to gea 76 eeat- knife with two blades of razor steel anda dollar paper t atis worth aoreto the mountain people than any other dollar pepsi la the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I That brings la fubwipUoM aU the time lee full prwhsm lilt on ptse a i- ltr I THE HOME I Things Worth Knowing F Do not buy canned goods whore either end of the cau has bulged as that shows that fermentation has taken place When cutting new broad always dip the knife in hot water first and you will find that it facilitates the cutting When washing cut glass add a little ammonia to the suds It gives a brightness to the glass that nothing olso will By pouring very hot water on a few drops of oil ql lavender tho nir in the house may be delightfully freshened Baked fish has far more flavor than boiled Place on a well greased tin covered with buttered paper and bake in a moderate oven Banana skins are excellent for cleaning boots and shoes both black and brown nub with tho inside of the skin then polish with n soft cloth If you suspect your coffee is adulterated throw a handful of the beaus in cold water The real coffee beaus will sink while the spurious ones will float or remain suspended for some time Varnished wood should be washed with cold tea and afterwards wiped dry and polished with a soft cloth Borax plentifully sprinkled among furs will keep away moths if the furs be done up well Too much salt in gravy may bo counteracted by putting n pinch of brown sugar in it Kitchen floors painted with boiled linseed oil are rorrenslly cleaned Painted furniture or woodwork wiped over with a water will look as bright as now Sift hard coal ashes and to oach pint add a spoonful of baking soda and you will have a scouring powder that is superior to any you can buy for scouring steel tin or grauitoware e A popular womans club in an eastern town offered n prize of 10 for the best essay on the theme How to Make a Husband Happy A large number of lengthy and finely worded articles were road but none of them seem to touch the judges hearts At last it came the turn of an elderly matron who rose to read with much dignity and composure How to Make a Husband Happy she read and glanced over the audience then proceededwith the body of the esSay Feed the brute She got the prize The judges were men ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Iljr Trot nlnniuorr Part 4The School In Progresst uponcarefulexpress his regret and assist the pupil in every way possible to recover the lost ground But the school must be made to feel that the markof his disapproval is set upon any wilful or unnecessary absence or tardiness blameforconcern in regard to it This is entirely wrong The teacher furnishes the only opportunity these children oau have to correct deficiencies in the home government If he fails to do bis part they may never have a chance to form right habits On the other hand if without saying anything derogatory to the parents he will hold everyone to a strict observance of hit obligatiQtw he will have a clear conscience gad his pupils will rise up anti tall him blessed 3 Improving the Schoolhouse gad Surrottndfnfe Part of our previous preparations set forth in an early chapter consist in putting shipshape posed that such a condition will remain long without attention Some thingwill need to be done every day to preserve order that has once been pickedupgrouodmaycrippleddeskKO unnoticed it teaches a powerful lesson in earelessneea that will be hard to eradicate If on the other hand all repairs are attended to promptly it will be an equally great lesson in the right direction If a thing is need boardhouldIn some cases the teacher may find it necessary to buy window cur negligeutthatit should be after he had asked the board to furnfeh them awl been re purcha unless the district pay for them they should be removed They would be neither appreciated not protected if bestowed outright An object lesson like this will do much toward bringing the people of the district to a sense of their duty pailsToaoherthingdirectedand make a more lasting impression than almost any that can be found boheptplaCt8Brightof the school ITHE FARM I Poultry Pickings An occasional dusting or sprinkling of limo on the floor of the hennery helps wonderful brebumdestroyedgapspall containing the cure in which a hot brick is placed to volatalize the acid Try it feedingoithofood in peace such a coop is a great protection Where old and young oftheirj The annual visitation of mites that commonly begin with warm weath I thelotterlimeoverless than a dollor and once used its handiness and value will commend it r to every home owner For fighting insects in the poultry house the gar dotheirwork r IN INTEREST Of THE PEOPLE Great Awakening On the Subject Of Tax Reform llahy States Taking Steps to Abolish Old Methods In Favor of Detter Kentuckys Case There Is no question of greater 1mI portance before tho pooplo of Ken tucky at present than the question of taxation Those who have Interested thomsolvea In studying tho growth of the states Industries during the past year and watched the attempts to de velop Its resources have boon deeply impressed with the fact that our tax laws form a most aorloua obstacle to euccccss So deepseated Is this oon Tlctlon In the minds of hundreds of thoughtful men that the time appears to bo drawing near whon the people of Kentucky will at last make up their minds that nothing Is more worthy of their serious attention than this tax question As a rule they concern themselves with it only when the assessor makes his annual tail or when they walk up to the tax collectors of fice to settle Then they aro fully or suadcd that the whole tax system Is wrong but as soon as the tax has been paid and the smart of it has been for fcotton the wholo question is apt to be passed up again without another thought unll another assessment and paying time rolls around- It is important to Kontucky that tho people of the state should realize that taxaUon bears in a most vital way upon the prosperity of the state and in order that taxation may be wisely adjusted it is necessary for the intelll cent people of the state to turn them solves to a careful study of the whole question and persist in It until the tax system ot the state is of a kind that will yield all the necessary revenues with the least possible burden According tp the justice or injustice of the tax according to its reasonableness or 1U oppressiveness capital is invited to a community or driven from it industries will flourish or be de stroyed competition with other states may be possible or may be rendered cut of the question Justine may be done or flagrant Injustice Imposed The Corrmlttee of the Senate No little dlMppo4otmentWM felt by those who have studied the tax situ ation IB Kentucky whirr the commit tee of the State Senate appointed to consider tax qMstkms during the in terim between the MMOM of 1XM and IfM failed to recommend anything more than an attempt to rats more revenues along the lines of the old revenue bill In Its report to the senate the committee showed that It had very seriously considered the advisability of recommending more radical changes In our system but It reported tho conclusion that It was not at that time advisable to do more than at tempt to perfect the old system along old lines The reason given for this In the report was that the revenue system then In force had perhaps not been eufflclently tried out and was en titled to a longer experiment And there is much to be said against hasty tinkering with tax laws Did Its Best There Is no doubt that the commute itself felt disappointed In not being ablo to recommend something more It spent many months in carefully eon Blderlns the tax situation It held hearing in various parts of the state at which hearings there appeared before the committee by Its invitation representative farmers and businessmen to present their views on the subject of taxation The committee could not fall to bo Impressed with the gen oral dissatisfaction with the system in force in Kentucky and yet they did not then think tho tlmoripo to recom mend a departure Tho net result of the committees report was an attomnt by the legislature to tighten up the reaks In tho old system and to wake one further des but futile effort to get satisfac tory results out of tho old plan of the uniform general property tax Of course this attempt has not succeeded It probably never will succeed and in other states public men have ceased to expect that such a plan can by any probability succeed From tho rapid progress made In tho last 10 years in Wo of public nuances those who boat understand tho question have reached the conclusion that the uni form general property tax is unsound unjust and can not bo made productive of satisfactory results An Official Tax Commission There has grown up in tho state some sentiment for a tax commission with some official status whose duty it ohall be to go thoroughly Into tho whole question of taxation with a vlnw to devising a better system along now lines and of course now lines are not possible in Kentucky without first changing constitution At present our constitution tics us fast general property tax as it is called that is of levy Ing the same tax upon all classes of property for all purposes Other states have employed such a commis sion with good results and indeed commissions of this kind are now at work in a number of states getting to tho very bottom of tho question of tax anon and doing a work that is result- Ing gradually in a vast Improvement of tax methods So far Kentucky has made no step in this direction Voluntary organizations like tho State Do velopment Association and various commercial bodies have appointed tax committees who are dome the bust they can to gather information on this subject nut It is possible that there may develop the necessity for an om tax commission Whether this should como about or not the denand is becoming very In- sIstent in many quarters for a thor ough investigation and reform of our taxpajorpsela6v o 7 = think about what kind of overhauling he wants done ho inevitably reaches tho conclusion that the starting point Is an amendment to tho constitution of the stole At Work In Ohio This sort of unrest as to taxation matters is widespread In Ohio the State Board of Commerce U engaged In actively advocating an amendment to the state constitution liesIover Riving olllcens of every occupation a chance to air their views on the sub ject Tho difficulty in i- Kentuckysimilar to the difficulty In They are restricted there to the gen oral Proper tax They are pushing an amendment which will allow legislature to separate the Bonreee of revenue that Is to raise tho state revenue from certain classes of property leaving other classes of property- to bo for local purposes only Ohio has tried before to get amend mint to its constitution alotog these lines but has failed but sentiment In the state now It an opinion may be formed by tho hearings given by tho tax commission Is overwhelmingly in favor of the amendment Missouri Is Busy In Missouri a special tax commis sion of which Frederick N Hudson was chairman recommended to tho legislature the separation of the sources of state and local revenue amendmeatgiving greater dlscrellon to the legis lature and also Riving to localities lo oal option In matters of taxation The amendment was adopted by the last legislature of Missouri anti will Uo voted on by tho people of tire stele at tile next general election This amend ment provMes that the sources ot state and local revenue shall be arated by the year 1909 and that thereafter tho counties In the state may tax or exempt for local Purposes any class of propertv in the tion of tho county court It will be ob served that both Ohio and Missouri aro striving for the system of separating local and state sources of revenue This II tho system that has been In successful operation for many years in logical and only satisfactory solution of tho present complicated tax situation Minnesota Makes Progress Tho people of Minnesota at tho last election hold In that state ratified a constitutional amendment which prac tically removed nll limitations as to tho power of the In rela tion to taxation The legislature at Its session last winter passed two measures recommended by the gover nor for the purpoee of putting into effect the provisions of the constitu tional amendment Our of Ibeee pro vided for a permanent tax eotnmlMloa to recommend amendments to the revenue laws and to perform certain ad ministrative work The other mess ure imposed a recording tax on mort gages of onehalf of one per cent In- this mortgage tax Minnesota la follow lag the experiment mecess tried slat of Nw York Under this babe tax of onehalf of one per eent Is collected when the mortgage Is recorded and the mortgage Is tbereaher- exempt from taxation Old mortgages nay be registered on payment one half of one per sent tax there after also exempt from fart tag tion In both Minnesota aad Mew York this of tula mort hoe bees fOuDdat once productive of Increased revenue It has some very decided advantages over the plan which Kentucky In now trying the chief visible of which at pies eat Is to tax bold 111 of mortgagee who live In the state while exempting holders of mortgitifps on Kentucky property who live onside the state In Illinois the rifle Federation of Chicago has procured thu Introdwv tlon of an amendment to tho consti tution of the sate very similar to that adopted In Minnesota Activity In Other States In the state of Washington there has been coiul lrrable agitation of the question uf taxation and the last legislature passed a measure dodo lag thf method of taxing Intangible personality One separating dlfft rjnt of property for differ eat rates of taxation and for tlltfenont- CurltOlea Is that the tax bunlxm can be Just to each class of irop rty according to Its burdenbear ing capacity- n the state of Oklahoma a clinee was Inserts In the constitution very similar to the tax provisions of the Minnesota constitution A number of other states haw tax com inInlong at work Texas has Juit been overhaul lag Its tax laws The tax nontmiaalon of California has Just made its reformIn the state of New York r tax league haa been at work for nearly fifteen years with the result that some very wise amendments to the tax laws of that state have been made Needs Thorough Study x No state needs to have the tax ques tion thoroughly studied and studied in the light of UK experience of other states as well as due regard to its own experience more than dues Kentucky For fifteen years since the new constitution was adopted wo have striven hard to that dream of uniformity In taxation wElch animated the makers of tho now con stitution We have not succeeded in doing this It is true tho revenues of tho state have lacroasod but the tax burden has been extremely heavy on some classes of pronorty while some classes of property have gone al most scot froo amount of monoy stocks and bonds reported for taxa tion Is ridiculously small Tho falsity of tho tax returns betrays Itself upon comparison with the reports of the deposits In thu banks only kind of personal property that does not es cape laxalion is that visible tangible personal property found chiefly on tho farm can not hldo his horses cattle and farming Implements so be has to pay while the man In town can hIde money or his stocks and bonds and escape his share of the burden This will nl ways bo tho case whllo human nature remains as It Is It is Incumbent upon Kentucky to find some of deriv ing a revenue from this eluslvd class ofpropertyIt take a long time for Kentucky to reach the point of be having In the policy of separating the sources of revenue selecting one class of property from which to raise its state revenues another class of prop erty from which to raise Its city rev enues Unless the experience of all other states is to be belled by the ex perience of Kentucky that is what wo aro to come to eome time though it may bo far in the future Wo can not well continuo to ail Irero to a system that is being abandoned by other states and whlCb11f persisted in will put us In of handIcapping our property owners of ovary class with a burdensome tax system which will seriously Injure them in the sharp competition with the loss heavily bur dened property owners of other states It is at t worth while for Ken Lucky to be studying the question and wink seriously about it 1o+o +o o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ +o Fo +o+o+o+o+o+oko +o+o+o+ o THE WEALTH OF AIJ 0 i NATION i 0- t Depends on the Thrift of Its People 1dththeoi NATIONAL BANK t+ 0- o 1 Is the Natural and Safe Depository o iot INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS i+ o f THE C I Berea National Bank I + 0 SE WELCH trosldont J L CAY Cashlora0 o+o+o+o+o+ +O+O+d+o+o+oi o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+al o+o+oo N 0 4cHofo +o+ofo+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oio+o+o o I iIfYou Are Looking For tO O I Bargains Io 4 You must Not Pass This Store J 9 9 it GloveSIetci Also some Extra values In S tiC N andJ9 for II I Moyes Cash Store I- IL t Rerea Ky I I oaO i More Than 25000 in Prizes I A plate htr rtYe SM It katMai el tst CessstMweaMa of fesssesy rsy wkk I W silk keen lbs aMSMy Itat ae pnLowest late by Rail and River I You Just Cant AUerd to Mill It I Can sad bias all the lithe Md MM aUeatosee trip fce sweMeJ Jo the Msch desired Hfua a esMttr mflHw hi UK newt days See see saw Hs4i and new bulWloj okettsg SIHM4ffiI- Oel o nsr4e gnirf Mswi i btrait laMest trot thug track hi the wertd I Trotltof Fsdsf Banning Races Dilly I t An amusement program running way lots Ihntmodi of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before Attempted I SEPT162U907 J LOUISVILLE Cipl Knabenthne In his pasienf ercarrjrtnf airship Ihe marvel of Ihe centurywith dally iiighls and exhibitions and a night ride la the air guided by a searchlight I Ballots racet the most exciting of serial tporii and a captive balloon I- Sentallonal acrobatic acla tree each day Aad the worlds greatest living color page of amusement eater prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic reproductionofIa front of the grand stand Three concerts dally by Natlello aad his premier bead el fifty artists from the Land Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature sad Is given under the auspices of Ihe Kentucky Stale Board ol Agriculture Write lor catalogue lad Illustrated descriptive book LEo HUGHES Secretary Louisville I Large Pecan Bearing Orchard What Is thought to bo tho largest bearing pecan orchard In tho world Is owned by MaJ John S Horlbcck In Charleston county 8 C He has GOO acres In bearing trees Hawaiian Kapa Cloth Islands paper mulberry tree Dark cloth Is Philipplnos ter REPLY BY BONAPARTE ATTORNEY GENERAL AS3ERTS HE INTENDS TO ENFORCE LAW CAREFUL AT THE START Department of Justice Bound to Pun ish Wealthy Men and Dig Cor poratlons That Are Offenders ilnUImoro =Attorney Gen einl Honaparte in an Interview given tho Washington correspondent of the News answers tho criticisms of Wall street by a Hat statement that be Intends to conttnue tho prosecution of wealthy mon and corporations that break tho laws The Interview Is really a statement carefully prepared by Mr lionaparto himself In part ho says I cannot understand how any sensible person could bo affected in dealing with matters of business by- nDY remurkts which have been at tributed to me I should say that business then ought to wish to have tbo laws strictly and Impartially on forced If this Is done everybody knows what he eon ito and what ho cant and everybody lisa a fair held und no favorite The department of Justice proposes to do precisely this and nothing wore It Is required by law to enforce certain penal statutes which make certain fume of action crimes against the United Stoles and ulM provide elvll remedies for such Illegal notion Careful Inquiry First Tko department slnco I hove been At Its head has never taken proceed 41lags ip enforce the laws without a careful iweltmlnary Investigation 1 o determine whether there was Rood reason to believe that the laws hail boon In fact violated Moreover It- Ilftl consistently and frequently over leaked merely formal violations of law or offenses attended with trivial aoateqaeneee and has Invnrtnbly rb ftHetl 10 InlwveaInsuch castes wMn there win any reason to suspect that its Intervention was dished to farther jHlvntu wile Is After Dig LawBreakers If the ground of omnptalnt against the tlnpnrtMMSit Is that It itrepose to Iunlub prominent sad wealthy then or coiporattoM having vast amounts of ratttial a i msagwl M very eiteanlTe business a hI these are shown to harp IMM n wilful and pernjirtent law lrkereno n grist scale and with theIipiuints a wtl founded That Is pr v I JutlceIN viy use d ticail vrlll eontinne to I do so fii is ic ran POPE COMPANIES FAIL deceivers Appointed far fig Concern m Several States New YMk netetrsrs for the Pope MturaetMrlng oompnay and tin subal Hair company tho Pope Motor Car eeassttny which are on Kixcd la the mnnnfactnre of automo blips and Mcyelen with main offices and plant at Hartford OBBH were ap pointed Wednesday In New York New Jersey Connecticut and Mnsen rlunetts Similar action will be taken shortly in Illinois Ohio Indi ana and Maryland where the corn IMtnles own plants Tho iKftlllons filed by tho Monus Kelly company of Toledo 0 asking for receivers show the total assets of both companies to bo 11301870 with total liabilities reaching 1972 880 The dltncultlos of tho Pope com panies were the direct result of n curtailment of loans and reduction of loans on notes Albert Itathbono counsel for Albert L Pope vice pros Idont of tho Iopo Manufacturing com pany who hoe been appointed a re ceiver In New York Massachusetts and Connecticut said that tho troubles of tho companies wore the outcome of tho present rigid monetary conditions New Vest for Mrs Eddy Concord N II Counsel for the next friends have agreed to tbo 8ug oatlun of tho masters who are hInQulrlnt Into the competency of Mrs 4 U Eddy the Chrfstlnn Science leader that they accompany 4wo alienists to Pleasant Vluw to make testaof her mental condition Mr Strcelir Mrs Eddys counsel ob jected but will consult with his client before the next session of tho herring on Tuesday and It Is possible that ho will then agree to tho proposal of the masters Burlington Railroad Fined Chlllloutho Mo The hurling ton Railroad omnnnhy was fojind guilty Friday of violating tbe eight hour tulcgmphlc law and was fined 200 by Justice Croll This Is the first conviction obtained under tho law passed at the last session of tho legislature nnd which the railroads do cluro conflicts with a federal statute Negro Lynched In Kentucky Cincinnati OWIII Clifford a ne gro was lynched nt Maple Ky after ho had confessed assaulting Mrs Mary Cowan white null throwing her hotly Into the river also that ho killed Knottier woman Big Fire In Buenos Ayres Buenos Ayres Tho livestory toe tory fculldlng occupied by 4O Kauf man tt Co cigar manufacturers was destroyed by fire with a loss of 100 000 Several hundrod employes were thrown out of work 1000 DEAD AT CASABLANCA MOST OF THEM ARAD3 KILLED DY FIRE OF THE WARSHIPS Immenio iuanllty of Loot Recovered French and Spanish Ready to Repulse Attacks Casablanca Morocco The town ta quiet and business IB belnR transaotbd The French authorities fire still engaged In clearing up the streets burying the dead and collect- Ing property The commandant Is making domiciliary visits In search of loot of which an Immense quantity has bean found A meeting of tho foreign consuls will bo hold to deoldo on Its dlsposaal It probably will be sold for the bcnoflt of tbe sufferers from the bombardment and rioting Tbo number of persons killed In and about Casablanca has been great ly exaggerated Probably about a thousand mon woro killed In the light ing and massacre Tho majority woro Arabs killed by the fire of tho warships Only 6000 people remain In Casablanca tho others have Csd to Gibraltar Tanglnr or Spain Tho town In completely under the control of the French and Spanish au thorities and no furthor trouble noel bo feared French troops to the number of 3000 ore camped about a mile east of Casablanca Their outposts are In touch with tho Moore and con must skirmishing Is taking place Five hundred Spanish troopa have arrived herp and are canned In the town Fifteen hundred more are ox peeled shortly and twp more French transports with troops aro due to ar rive within a few days Gen Drude the French commander Is holding a defensive position pend ing the arrival of reonforcomonls The Moors have received large reonforco meats and the French and Spanish authorities hear that they are plan ning a great attack on Casablanca There are enough troops available to repulse any attack NATIONS TO CONFER ON FOOD United States Expected to Call a Con ference on Adulteration Washington It Is believed at the state department that tbe out oosae of the present visit to Kufopo of Dr Wltoy of tko department of mrrlcultnre will be the calling of an international gathering In this country to endeavor to secure uniformity of practice In tbe treatment of food adulterations Although taking an ad vanced poflttlon la this matter as re wad in the stringent legislation con tained In the purefood law the gov ernment of the United States bas been obliged at times to take sharp Issue wick some of tbe European govern moot oMciais aa to this harmfulness of certain Ingredients of our food ex ported With the passage of the pure food act with the authority contained therein to apply its provisions to Im ported food and drugs and wines the dejwrtmeat finds Ita hands touch strengthened In dealing with Uuro peen geveraments nod Is felt that it will not be a difficult matter to induce other nations to second tho of forts of the United States govern moot either by an International path orlof or by diplomatic oorreapoadenao to retch an understanding upon a general set of ruts relative to tbo use at preservatives in toed products CONNORS RAILWAY HIT Wisconsin Commission Scores Prao tires of Lieutenant Governors Road Madison WIs That the practices of the Marathon County Railroad company owned by Lieut Gov W D Connor are unlawful Inequitable and socially and economically parasitic Is tho conclusion of n decision handed down by tho railroad commission Fri day on a complaint lodged against the road by Nicholas StroVelor Tho commission found that In some cases passengers wore carried free over this road and In many cases loss than carload lots of lumber did not have to pay freight It was also disclosed that the company did not publish a tariff schedule as Is requited by law- Accused of Grabbing Railroad Washington A unique complaint was Hied with tho Interstate commerce commission Friday In which the Chi cago Alton Railroad company Is charged with having practically confis cated nnothor railroad which now forms a part of tho Chicago Alton system The complainant Is John II Manning of New York city a minori ty stockholder In tho Louisiana Mis souri Hlvor railroad and tho dofond ants are tho Chicago A Alton and tho Louisiana Missouri River roads Car Kills Bill Nyea Brother New York Fred Nyc a brother of the lato Hill Nyo and an assistant editor of tho Sunday World died of InjUrlus received by bolng struck by u trolley car Monday night Mr Nyo had written many humorous poems and tho book of tho comic opera Tho King and tlu Brokor- Monster rExplosion of Gasoline Janoavlllo Several thousand gallons of gasoline In the Standard OH companys tank at Brodhoad WIs exploded Friday afternoon destroying tho tank and causing a panic In the town More Yellow Fever In Cuba 1Vasidngton Yellow fever appeared Friday in It now placo in Cuba as disclosed by a cable report tram Chief Surgeon Taylor dated at Marlanao Ho says there are two cases at Coffin Mocha HOUSE WRECKED FIVE DIE A CHICAGO TENEMENT COL LAPSES DURING STORM Victims Are Crushed to Death While Asleep Structure Was About to Be Moved Chicago Flvo persons Instantly killed nearly a score of others seriously injured three fatally buildings wrecked roofs burled through tho air vast sections of tho city In undated by torrents of water was a portion of tbo toll exacted by a storm that swept through tho city early Friday Tho storm broke shortly after one oclock The heavy wind Increased In velocity until at 110 oolOCk It as BUIUM an extreme velocity of 46 miles an hour carrying death and dis aster in Its wake The collapeu of a tenement build- Ing at 55 Fry street crushing out the lives of the five Bleeping victims and dealing Injury to 16 others was the worst Incident of the havoc wrought by the winds- Twentyfive persons woro sleeping In tbe house when the dilapidated structuro rocked by heavy wind its foundations weakened by the razing of adjacent houses for a new city park crashed to the ground The dead are Annie Mnrwaranskl 82 years old slater of Mrs Noeal Mrs Annie Nosal 36 years rtW owner of tho rooming house Kajte Nasal six years old daughter John Nasal 20 years old son Albert Stohra 33 years old boarder Mrs Annie Nosal one of the vie time was tho owner of tho ruined house which hind been raised on Jaoks preparatory to moving it away in order to establish a small park Bvery member of the household had retired when tho ersatz cone without warning at 130 a m STOCK VALUES MELT Slump In Wall Street Sends Prices to New Levels Now York Distrust of tho govern ments atUtudo toward tho corpora tlons a threatened monetary strin goncy In all tho loading markets of the world nnd tho financial embarrass ment of the Pope Manufacturing com pany combined to demoralize the stock market Wednesday Prices molted in sensational fashion and tho average level of declines was below that reached In tho memorable Northern Pacific panic ot May 1901 Stocks warp sold lower than ever be toro In their history Of tho several causes named tho failure of tho New England corporation probably excited tho greatest amount of apprehension During tho early session of tho mar ket there was no hint of coming storm In fact It was not until the failure of the Pope company Became generally known that the list became unsettled Then tho speculators for a decline en couraged by their successful attacks on prices during tho past fortnight renewed their attacks concentrating theM forces on tho Harriman and Hill Issues Reading St Paul tho coppers American Smelting anti the steel stocks Under vigorous hammering a great many order to sell to stop losses wore uncovered and as Is usual In Umos of great excitement numer ous accounts woro thrown over and sold for what they would bring Burglars Rob Dank Crookffion Minn Bank robbers blew open tho sate In tho Farmers State bank at Now Foldon a small town near horo Wednesday night nnd secured 2200 Tho robbers escaped Found Not Guilty of Peonage Raleigh N CThe Jury ta tho United States court nt Beaufort try Ing R A Kline tho railroad construe tlon contractor Friday rondored a verdict of tot guilty ot peonage Kline waif hold In 1000 ball on another Indictment for peonage Goshen Wins Choral Contest Warsaw ndGoshen Ind Friday won n majority of the numbers in tho National Junior Choral contest at Winona Lako Warsaw and Winona also figured to the winning TWO DIE IN MAINE FIRE Blaze Sweeps Old Orchard Resort Wiping Out Seventeen Hotels Old Orchard Mo Two lives wore lost and five persons were injured threo seriously as a result of a fire which swept through this seashore resort Thursday night causing a loss estimated at 800000 Seventeen summer hotels CO cot I tages and a score of buildings occu pied by stores wero destroyed The explosion which caused so many In juries occurred In Horgans drug store on Old Orchard avenue It Is believed that the flro started from an over turned lamp In the annex of the Hotel Olympia The total Insurance on tho burned property it Is understood will not exceed 150000 As a result of the tire thoscason at Old Orchard Is brought to an abrupt close as only one large hotel the Old Orchard remains All trains includ ing several extras wore packod Fri day with persons leaving the shore The burned area extends east along the railroad between the tracks and the ocean for nearly half a mile The people who wore driven from the ho tell were compelled to spend the night on the beach A stiff breeze blow in frost tbe sea pnd brushwood fires wore kept going all night around which trio refugees sat In shivering group wait tag for the dawn and tho warmth of the sunlight TRUSTED OFFICIAL ARRESTED J W Hastings of Boston Subtreasury Charged with Embezzlement DostonJ Warren Hastings slnco 1804 a trusted official at tho United States subtroasury in this city was arrested Friday on tho charge of em bezzling S000 from tbo government Juno 7 Tho money was taken from a package conlInlng 105000 In bills prepared for shipment to Washington to bo retired from circulation nnd tho shortage was made good by another clerk who technically was responsible but who at no tlmo was under suspicion Hastings record for 43 years serv Ico was practically faultless The one who rondo good the shortage because of his technical responsibility was J H Vassar the specie clerk who count cd tho money previous to shipment BLOODY TRAGEDY IN NEW YORK Man Murders His Wife and Is Killed by Daughter New York George Wasser 57 years of ago murdered his wife and was In turn slain by his daughter at the homo of the women In Harlem Thursday Wasser fired upon his wife and then exchanged shots with the daughter Tho latter was not wounded Mrs Wasser soon succumbed to her injuries nnd her husband died a little later Tho daughter was arrested She asserted that tho father had persistently practiced cruelties upon his familyMaryland Republican Ticket Baltimore MdTho Republican state convention Wednesday made tho following nominations For governor George R Galther of this city for attorney general Hammond Urnor of Frederick for comptroller James P Baker of Kent county for clerk of tho court of appeals Thomas Parran of Calvort county Lord Barrlngton Not to Die Kansas City MoGov Folk Tues day signed an order commuting to life Imprisonment the sentence of Lord Frederick Barrington who was condemned to death for the murder Of James McCann Michigan Woman Kills Her Husband Grand Rapids Mich James A Con ley was shot and killed at SS Com merce street Thursday afternoon by Madeline Conley his wife It Is said rwothr man was tho causo qf the trouble The woman was arrested Digs Out of Jail Seattle Wash George Everett alias Burton alias Munson almost dug his way to freedom from the Jail Wednesday night He is ranted for burglary in Rocklaid 111 and also In Detroit Mich CONTESTED WILL I Refuted Admission to Probate Chil I dren at Swords Points Louisville Ky Judgo Walter Lln join refused to admit tho will ot Mrs Laura S T Roso to probato as the result of the contest recently brought Against the document by Mrs Sophia Riddle and John T Ross children of the testatrix- It was alleged In tho contest pro seedlnga that Miss Edith Ross moth er child had exerted undue Influence over the mother during her final 111 cess and caused her to write a codicil jutting off two ot the children It was also charged by Mrs Riddle that Miss Edith Ross attacked one of her sisters and broke two ribs because the sister had attempted to wait upon tho mother Judge Lincoln hell that no testimony had been introduced to rebut tho charge of undue Influence which appeared In tho evidence of the con testants DOUBLE MURDER Charged to Captured Negro White Men Cast From a Boat Glasgow Ky Charles Jones a ne- gro has been arrested by detectives on the charge that he had to do with the murder of two young white men two months ago It is charged that after they had been beaten by colored roustabouts on a Cumberland river steamer they were cast into the water Their bodies bearing evidence of blows were found floating in tho stream some days later One of the negro roustabouts is al leged to have said Wo rivcred tho white On this tip detectives followed Jones and now claim to have evidence sufficient to convict him He protests that ho Is innocent Another negro Is held with him as a witness ROBBED A PREACHER I Of Jewelry and Cash But Was Shot When Making His Escape Louisville Ky When a burglar was the apartments of Rev J M Weaver 714 West Chestnut street at an early hoar laden with valuable booty ho wosvflred upon by Omer B Todd from the floor above The thief gave a cry of pain after tho firing of tho second shot but loft no blood- spots to Indicate that ho had been hit The second shot was tired when the burglar was climbing over a back fence and In his haste to got out of the range of shots he dropped numerous articles but managed to retain Jowolry and a wad of money Bicyclist Hurt Lexington Ky Daredevil Do horty who Is performing hero with a bicycle leapthegap act with Frank Spillman of Cleveland 0 was knocked unconscious at the Dlue Grass Fair Grounds by falling fifty feet The electric lights wero extinguished on his porch as ha started down the Incline and his wheel missed tho sec ond incline allowing him to fall No bones were broken but ho was union scious for an hour and a halt Taft Going to Lexington Lexington Ky Judge E C Orear of tho Kentucky court of appeals will Introduce Secretary of War William H Taft when ho makes an address at Woodland Park Judge Taft accepted tho Invitation of Charles H Berrymon manager of James B Hag ns Elmen dorf breeding farm to be his guest during his stay In Lexington Judges Sued By Mayor Pars Ky Mayor James OBrien of this city in the Bourbon Circuit Court glad suits against tour ot the present members of the Fiscal Court and four former Magistrates to re cover money they are alleged to have drawn as fees for attending committee meetings to which It Is contended they wore not entitled x Betrayed By Pal Paris Ky Richard Lee wanted at Stanford on a charge of murder was captured here Leo Is alleged to killed a negro In a fight at Stanf about one year ago He was tipped oft to tho officers by a companion who had been traveling with him for six months This One a Fizzle Lexington KyTho strlko of tho messenger boys at tho Western Union telegraph once in this city turned out to bo a fizzle The Postal telegraph t messengers declined to cooperate with them Most of the boys havo returned to work Operator Left His Key Lexington Ky Samuel Berry an operator of tho Western Union and a member of the telograph union refused to work with nonunion mon at Nash ville Tenn and left his key No oUt- er trouble Is expected here Brought From Tulsa Campton Ky Howard Rose for merly a resident of Lee City this coun ty has boon brought from Tulsa I T and placed In Jail here on a charge of Improper intimacy with the daugh ter of John P Slmer of Leo City who la under 1C years ofECecil Must Answer Ceralvo Kytllll Charlena Weath erford aged 17 years of tbU place was criminally assaulted by a white youth and Cecil Fulkerson was Jailed charged with thy crime It la feared that he wlir bo lynched 1 y ITSTATE NEWS ITEMS n 1 NEW PIKE SYSTEM I Will Be Much Extended In Christian County Kentucky + Hopklnsvllle Ky Following the tale of 100000 worth of road bonds the Fiscal Court of Christian County has authorized that advertisements bo inserted in the papers asking for bids on 04 miles of new pikes to be built la the county These pikes will be even ly distributed through ovary section of the county and in many placesIwill reach to the county line About half tho pikes will be 12 feet wide with the metal 12 Inches in the mid tdie and grading down to 9 inches at the aides while the other half will bo 9 feet wide and with a uniform depth of metal of 10 Inches An order was also made for the employment of u 1 civil engineer at a salary of 100 pertmonth to superintend tho building these pikes and the repairing of the old ones When these pikes are com pleted It will glvo the county a system of excellent roads of about 200 milesriFOURTH GENERATION Witnessed the Marriage of the Aged Pair In Kentucky yDarrengenarian and exconfederate soldier and Mrs Belle Bratton aged 77 wera married and began the Journey of life over again looking as happy and gay In spirit as If they were still In their teens A large number of the grooms children grandchildren greatrand children and greatgreatgrandchildren were present and witnessed the cereImony It Is tho grooms third and the brldos second marriage I BABE WAS STARVING When Taken From Its Mother andIPlaced In a Home Padacah KyThe awarding of the j Infant child of Basic Ingram vhofe husband is serving a term In tho fed eral prison for deserting from this United States army to tho home for iconslllmcftho humane officer because the mother could not caro for it properly P Ms Granted Leave of Absence Lexington KYWord has been re r ceived by Postmaster Thomas L Palk er that the first assistant postmaster general had granted a leave of ab sence to all Kentucky postmasters ot the first second and third classes who deslro to attend the annual convention of the Kentucky Postmasters association at Louisville on September 18 19 andtFound Hanging to a Bedpost Danville KyJnno Slugans nn 11 colored woman was found dead In hor 1 nxyn with many evidences of foul play Thero were marks on her throat thatfIndicated she had been choked to and that afterward her body was SU- Spended from the top of a tall bedpost by moans of some strips of bed cloth- Ing Fell With Balloon Vancobwrg KyWhile Wm Mayer was making an ascension at the Lewis county fair the balloon struck n polo breaking it Meyer fell to tho ground + Threo of his ribs wore broken and his shoulder dislocated It Is thought that he Is also Internally injured Drowned In the Cumberland Somerset KyRay Humble of Row ena a small town on the Cumberland river was drowned In that stream while In swimming with a crowd ot boys Ho was a nephew ot A R Hum ble tbe stave king of this city Absolute Immunity Frankfort KyShould W S Tay lor former governor of Kentucky in dicate his willingness to come to Ken tucky In the Qocbel case said 3ov Beckliaui I will guarantee him absolute immunity from arrest BurnordRichmond KyTho largo private stables belonging to Berea college were destroyed by fire with an aggregate loss of 15000 partially covered by Insurance Tho cause of the fire is not known Ran From Teddy Bear Rockport Ky Frightened at aITeddy boar In the arms of a amah girl the family horse of Samuel Evorly of this place ran away badly injuring Everly his wife and a neighbors babe Mad Womans PlungeJFrankfort KyMrs Millie Oliver aged 50 wife of Lewis Oliver a paint er committed suicide by drowning In Benson Creek here It Is thought she was temporarily Insane r Gov Beokham Seeks Recuperation i Frankfort KyGov Beckham and I family accompanied by Sir nnd Mrs J Morgan Chlnn took a houseboat end sought the hunting and fishing grounds far up on tho Kentucky river Ho expects to bo away from his dosk hare about a woekIThree at a CrackIRusaellvillo KyEdward Nlmms colored while plowing In tho fields I of Mrs Frank Waldron noar Miens vlllo Ky was killed by lightning t Two mules hitched to the plow In- itnDtl1 e I J tl orlot1o000Afog011ofOfofoMofofol0ofofOfotlofOfofOtl00ofoQOQ 1 East Kentucky i u I News You Get Nowhere Else I o In lull tile wrttir Tile IlAmg50 comipandtnct pabtlibed alert lifted by o U not for publication bat at an trldenct of tool faith Writ palely 0 f gououufofoaofoe0fofofofofofofogofoqooosoooo0ogooofo NOTE THE DAYII The Fall Term of Bere College Begins Sept II SJflpThe time to start is in the fallo Take Notice Many of our Correspondents letters come In too late for publication In tissue they are Intended for So this week we have some letters whose contents may hardly be called news a- more for It is largely out of date Will correspondents be kind enough to mall their letters so as to reach us regularly on Monday T If they come 0 Saturday before it will be all right but of course the news will be somewhat stale Please do not send newsletters on any day between Monday an and Saturday Write every week If possible JACKSON COUNTY Iteiolnttoni Adopted blJnckton Conllt7 Institute We the teachers of Jackson count met In the court house in McKee on Monday Aug 5th 1907 and adopted the following resolutions Resolved that we express our thanks ta the people of McKee for the kindness shown during the InstiUt We most heartily comment our County Superinteaient for the manner t which he ku exercised his power ant duties in the soperrisioa of our schoolsWe dealt to express our thanb to Prof H It Harris for the eathtu asm manifested by him ant for the efficient work done in our Institute We earnestly implore the next lej filature for longer school terms tar er salaries for teaching and beta trained teaehers That we be given a compulsory laW that will compel attendance That the present system of taxation for the purpose of building and sepal 1Jag school houses be changed to a larger unit That the present Trustee system be abolished and the Township system be adopted in its stead J J Davis O W Rader Geo Wi Sparks Committee on Resolution Program for the Teachers Association Magisterial district No2 held at Oak Grove church house JackSo county Kentucky Song By the Association Devotional ExercisesRev W11 Anderson Song By the Assoclatlo Welcome Address J J Davl Response W K Jones Recitation Camilla Got Song Dy the Maulden Quartet Duties of the Teacher Wm Demlgga Essay Lucy Bowie Essentials of a Good Teacher I A S Davis Why tho Teacher Should Know Pay etiology t S S Woll Education and Energy O M Moot Recltatlpn Mary Bonnet Promotion C P Moot How Secure Attendance W A Cop Recitation Laura Amy The Present Trusteo System Its Defects and the Remedy Teacher Song By the Association Ethical Training J J Davis Solicitation of Parents for Attendance S S Wolfe State Normals Tom Wright My Future Expectations Wilson Dial Stick to Your Bush Hupt II F Minter f Benefits of a College Education Logan Fnrmei I Recitation Lizzie Isaac How to Make the School Room Pleas ant Fannie Davis What the Schools Would Be Under SystemhShort Talks on any Subject By the Citizens and Vlsltlnj Teachers Public Address Rev Isaac Measle Song By the Association G M Moore Secy 1SS Wolfe W M Dunnlgan Camilla Cope- Committee I IERev nonEt James Lunsforc converts in the wa ters of Horse Lick last SundayRev f A Campbell passed through Evergreen Thursday from a weeks visit John Martin traded Louis Abrams two horses for two mules and gave 75 to boot Born to Gather and M1 I Lizzie Phllbock a fine boy Thursda JW Callahan has gone to Irvlu on business Alcorn Jones and Grit fan Jones wont to South Fork last week to buy a farm SANI lAP Aug 12r N L Pearson Is on the sick listE E Durham and wit have returned from Wind Gave where they have been visiting relatlvos Rev G V Clemmons of Point Pleas ant filled his regular appointment at Kerby Knob Saturday and Sunday lastA lady from Mich passed thru here today on tho way to McKee Ky J where she will aid Inthe College School at this place is progressing nicely Sherman Durahm and wife visited relatives at Fort Riddle Sun dayMrs Nancy Riddle of Kerbj Knob has been visiting her sister Mrs O V Clemmons of Point Pleas antThomas Thumb and two Alston of Bunkham passed thru this vicinity yesterday on the way to Hanover to visit relatives and frlens Tom looked as if he had grown some The Jackson County Teachers Insti a tute convened at McKee last week with Prof Harris of Beattyvllle as instructor The Institute was quite a success and the teachers were well pleased with their instructor Our I drummer B H Gabbard is at home resting for a few weeks Several of this community visited the Institute last week among them being Misses Serena Kerby Nannie HatfieU Til 4a and Maggie Durham They report an enjoyable time Florence Durkan is working In the interest of the Citizen 1I0X OW1lILag17Yr Robert Lakes ant Ur Samuel Baker ef Panel were In oar aeJgBkorhooi this week biying chap Hr Isaac Baker of aear Pan ola was In ear twa on business last week Mr S H Fox of this place left last Saturday for Hamilton OhioI where he will wink the remainder of the fall Messrs G W and Robert Fox of this place visited their relative on Cow Creek Owsley county list weekMessrs Charlie and Bob Bak er visited friends and relatives of this place this weekMr Mack Morris and wife visited their brotherinlaw Hence Fox last Saturday and Sunday Mr E W Gabbard of this place who has been sick so long seems to be no betterWe have had some very dry weather for the last few days School is progressing at this place with HardIn Long as teacher ICKEEIAug 20The Jackson Teachers Institute held last week wasI well attended and much interest wasI manifested by the teachers Quite a number of visitors were present dur- Ing each session The large court room was taxed to Its utmost capacity to accommodate the large audience that assembled on Thursday evening to hear Prof Harris the Instructor leliver some of his recitations Among them was How Rubo played Mr Harris is an elocutionist of no mean iblllty Rev Penniman preached an interesting sermon at tho Academy building on Sunday morning Aug 11 and in the evening an outdoor serI ice was largely attended In front of Mr J S Reynolds residence A Sunday School picnic was held here ast Saturday Just as a bountiful dinner was being spread on the grass in he court house yard it began to rain but the viands were carefully and deftly collected carried to tho court roomI and the cloths were spread again by the ladles In a most enticing manner In the afternoon the rain ceased and the boys and young men engaged In a hard contested game of ball In Mrs lignites bottom Of course one Ide got defeated but they had played well and all left hie grounds in a most pleasant mood and returned to their homes with soiled clothing but with happy hearts HUIILKT Aug 19We have had very much rain here for the last few days Corn Tops are looking tlneMr Green G abbard of Wallaceton visited friends and relatives hero last week Everybody seemed very glad to see Uncle Green after being absent so long Mr and Mrs Dan Lewis Gabbard tab- ard and family of near Cartersvllle visited Mr Gabbards parents Mr and- Mrs Edward Gabbard of this place last week Jacob II Gabbard Sr John and Christopher Roberts all went fishing Thursday near Rockcastlo rlv or They had a nice time and caught a fine lot of flshMr and Mrs John Lake of near Loam attended Sunday school here SundayNannlo Gabbard and Sltha Angel were shopping at W M Hurleys Wednesday Tho lurch house at Indian Creek is be- Ing repaired and will be celled and painted Mrs Dave Gabbard who was reported very sick we are glad to say is much better Nathan Gab bard of this place was among friends t Letter Box Saturday and Sunday trlemlslatcounty court at MaKee Monday ROCKCASTLK COUNTY IIOCKFOUU Aug 17A good many of the oung folks from hero attended the Brodhe fair and roport an enjoyable time A protracted meeting is being held at Clear Creek now Misses Vlrgla Martin and Roealo Todd visited Mrs Mae Bullon Wednesday night Mrs Ida Parker who Is visiting relatives horo expects to return to her home In Illinois soonMr A L Shenrars daughter Efflo died last weuk and was brought to Scaffold Cane for burial Mr and Mrs J C Bullon visited tholr cousin Recolo Todd Thursday event g The protracted meeting will begin at Scaffold Cane Sopt 7thMr and Mrs W P Anderson vlsltod relatives horo Thursday and FrldayMr and Jrs C Guinn attended the fair at Drod head last Thursday JIOOM Aug 19Mr James Lambert went to Mt Vernon one day last week ou business Mrs Dr Robinson of DoI rea visited relatives at this place somol days agoThe little daughters of Andy Smith of Derea visited relativesI here Saturday and SundayMr Smltl is visiting relatives and friends In Jackson county this weekDorn to Mr and Mrs C S Wren on the 11th girl and on the 13th a boy wn born to Mr and Mrs J S SaylorI L S Lamb of Morgan county paid home folks a visit Sunday Miss LU lie Hoskins of Clover Bottom vli ted relatives here last weekour school Is getting along nicely- 000CIrLARb Aug lMr Daniel Williams of Berea passed through our city Wet eesCay Mr J W Phillip has s e cured a job with M 8 Chester Co of LemUriHe selling clothing Mr Frank Dooley has a new boy at his konse James Lunsford is 4mnr hutting business selling goods at Gothland A protracted meeting Iu just been closed at Sycamore Jack son coanty It was conducts by James Lnasford Much good seen to have been done It was estimate that see people gathered at the cree1c the Judge Martin farm Sunda evening at three oclock at which time eighteen persons were baptize The new church house at Cone Spring will be dedicated on the sec end Sunday in September Dinner on the grounds everybody invited ZKTEI bllKKX Aug 13The two weeks protracted meeting held at Friendship at the Disciples church conducted by Elders Hutson and Davis closed last Sunda with quite a number of conversion We hope much and lasting good has been doneQuite a number from Owsyey county attneded the funeral of Mr Steppe at Poplar Grove last SundayMessrs W L and Luthe Cummins and L Welch of Mt Vernon visited J B Cummins Saturda end Sunday Misses Fannie and Des ito DeBord wha are teaching near Mt Vernon were with homey folks at Walnut Grove Saturday and Sunda John Riddle is putting in a tulle mill which will be in operation In lout six weeks Road overseers ara cry busy working the roads Wad Drown will migrate to the West ii the near future Mr Brunor of Jos samlne county passed thru here last week with a large drove of cattle and iheep Quite a number from this place will attend the Brodhcad fall George Hurst of Plainfield Ind 19 visiting his parents Mr and Irs William Hurst of this place UISIUTANTADIsputanta Ky Aug14 We the teachers of Magisterial district No2 Rockcastle county will hold our association at Climax Ky m the last Saturday In August Fol owing Is the program Devotional Exercises By R E Bel Welcome Address J L Jones Why Does the Success of the Teach ing of Reading Depend Upon the Intelligence of the TeacherJ Recitation Miss Pearl McClure now I Teach Diacritics R E Dell Why Is It Important That Children Be Taught Good Manners Minnie lake iluslc Dy Quarto Recess long By the Association Why Is Mind Instruction tho High est of the Teachers Work Supt G M Ballard now to Secure Interest In tho Study of History Mrs M M GatcllH Noon long By Association Nature Study Sherman Chastcct What Can Be Done for n Lazy Child- J O Scoggin What Can Bo Done with the Tattler REBel Essay Why Do I Teach 7 Miss MulIIm Adjournment Sherman Chasteen Chairman J L Jones Secretary Growing Old or Hopeless We have forgotten how to stand upon our own feet and face the combat with the joy of It In our hearts N Y Evening Post LEE COUNTY uvruuiAug 10 Hdward Fanner who has boon down with typhoid rover for sole time is improving rapidly Mies He bticca Malnous and 1111118 Maggie Bran denburg spent Saturday night am Sunday at the homo of W T CecIL Mr S M Young has a now IWIsod phonograph at his house Mr Brandenburg cf Heldloburg Is stayingI at Danford again Wo are glad to have him baok with us and are always glad to see any of our old friends return HARLAN COUNTY tint Ul Program of Sunday School Conven tlon Uvftrte Kentucky Saturday Ati 31 1907 Forouoon 900 Song Service 916 Devotional Hxerclie L B Woo QuarteUMlseoB Ware and Loytl L D Wood and S 0 KeJly 930 Address of Wolcomo W C Turner Response D N Snotigrtu 945 I10ldlngl1lembers 1000 The Parents Relation to the F II Gibson 1016 Duties of a Good Superintendent Wilson Carrol 1030 Should tho Sunday School Be Closed in Winter W R Boggs 1045 Benefits of a Union Sunda School J C Houstoi 1100 Address The Sunday Sohoo and the Young Man D N Snodgrasf Noon Intermission and Picnic 100 Song Service 115 What the Association Is L30 Election of Officers MS How to Teach the Primary Mod el Class Miss Lord 109 Relation of the Sunday School tithe Church Miss War 111 Need of Individual Bible Study S C Kell Solo Miss Loyc- LSI How to Hold the Attendance of the Teung PeopleMiss Beckwltt 54E Does the Sunday School Pay and Why Jas Pace Program Committee S C Kelly F It ibsonO Wilson Carroll ARRARB COUNTY CAKTK1UY1LUE- t yZ16Rev Follle preached At Lfevel Green last Sunday and protract f4Ameetlng closed at Good Hope the aue day with sevcntcn additions Mrs Granvllle Jenkins and five children of Indianapolis Ind are visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J D Carter tier many friends are glad to have her among them again This was her former homeMr and Mrs 1 C Doaln visited their cousin Miss Maggie Patterson last Tuesday Mr Ett C Boaln and Mr P L Rogers sold to Mr E L Wood one car lood of sheep and lambs last week Mrs Ella Smith who has been sick Is up again MY Joe Wylie is no better Mrs George Green who has been visiting ifcr sister at Maywood has returned omeMrs J G Clark visited her brother Mr Richard Klmbrell of Mad- Ison county Thursday Miss Parrle Clark Is assisting Miss Jennie Haglns l Manse She has seventy pupils ins Fannie Koehler dismissed her drool Wednesday to attend tho Lox ngton fair Circuit court will begin nt Lancaster next Monday Mcsdamcs Jam and George Allen visited their ilstcrlnlaw Mrs Jack Roberson of lasso last Tucsduy Mrs Ellen Wll lon and two children of Cincinnati ire visiting her father and mother Dr and Mrs Mayos for a tow weeks Mrs Whit Johnson of Lowell vis- Ited homo folks last Thursday ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST JIUANCU Aug 17The farmers of this vlcln ty arc glad to see it raining The Sunday school here is preparing for a Sunday school convention on tho 3rd of AugustRev C A Van Winkle of Boron will hold a weeks meet- Ing at Beaver Pond beginning next Monday the 19thMrs Nellie Evans and little son Ulma Lovelace returned to their home in Wayncsburg Monday after an extended visit with Mrs Ev nas grandparents Mr and Mrs J- 1of Kindred Messrs David Melvin and Miss Salllo Kindred Mr and Mrs Claude Oliver and little sons Carl and Fred accompanied Mrs Evans as far as Richmond on her return iome Claude Cates who has been In Illinois for a while has returned home and is now on a visit at his uncle J M Kindreds home Mrs J- A Blcknell Is out again after a few days Illness WIcllffo Kindred started to school Monday lastMrs M F Darker has been quite slckMrs Col man Boaln and Miss Maymo Elliott have been visiting their sister Mrs lolan Oerftry MlbB Etta Johnson of armersvllle Ohio is visiting relatives at this placeMr Jno W Hcknflll Attended singing at Knob Lick Thursday night Persia National Sport Wrestling Is the popular sport 01 ersla Great tournaments are held to decide supremacies of districts EASTERN KENTUCKY DIRECTORYI- fyou have any Intorosts in tho Mountains those are tho people you will find fair and friendly LETCHER COUNTY Citizens Bank or Whitesbtirg Inrorpiinitrd I CAPITAL 5000 J II IllAZIIIll IrMlilriit VH1TESBURG 4 k KENTUCKY Slyer and Baker AttorneysN- otary Public U S Comr WHITESBURQ KENTUCKY IGARRARD COUN- TYENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS- REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONK KOS Lancaster Ky to least of your account large Jt A I Fimily for XHW VBIMIIBfl will keep 00 Ullng It Utwt eh to jwi yer Lou will lc iplrndld 75 trot Tr r ntor tMl pals kalft tod the t 10 Or If you U1114 It wt wlll Hlld yea tb hook Neopls of xentueky by lot one ynr The price of Oils Stook alolle IUO Or We wtll oUd fit rrMk- by Dr Wn E book with etrt 90 plttofti which would cyst you RU it nr book blur utlfullr bound Mot wt will mill to try sew Citizen and tend The Cllktn ont yer lox oily 1174 The poe elooeon IhU toot roeu ni M Wetirertyon to kep Oil liking The Chum tetu TOO like UM win btnDw you ttnt do Ilut1 wme ot old frltodi R tt utter bsdaiyof the- Se to ought to at Mee chtnra tt thtra M we rant sat sit one ropy t1 Tht flood News In Swag li bound hoot oltoOfttn New Testament in of tbelxs known and finest rOIl jntx rrculir iud 0CtU11I and lblrty rrlpiort Or If you want U ttt ont the premiums wt new winl the knife lltt If you webs the People of Kentucky or llnif youwint Lift of Chmt slow TO PAT tor ynz eniEKK The peke of The Cltlten UIUO year la idTinceMeenu fer mQnth indUcenti for three menthe cheek on but or money order at the Icxt Bid out M The Cttlteo Sure Kyorsend the money In letter It U li tin ether wiyi It msy fro oar iviirm TOUR Tiwr raps our U ou will look at the ddrrru en err rItltHI ereathepaper lawhlcr Is U- wrapped you wtll see below dale Punted like Intl JULY M That 8irnf that lipahl up to 11507 or whttettr tht date It When the tine ruDe 011 wnd rreewil Mink to Hen lubxrltier to remind him that time li out anil tare hUn tine In MftJlBC ui nwecy the next year Hut no one ncedi to wilt for this Aftrryeu hare tent Boaey let another year see tbt dste on paper UchannMl tea rr lir1l Kit Itis rectUed illsr money and you palj for another year If rile ui two or three wens KI we ran Sod out what It the matter CLAY COUNTY IIUHMNO sriuNns 1 Aug 19The rains or last weal have done muoh good to the late crops and an overage yield Of corn Si now A D ColllM filled his regular or Sunday and delivered an oxeolltnl sermonour Sunday school hAS lint very good for sonic titan It will have a rally in tho near future Tho schools aro well attended There are now In the under tho Instruction of Multi Himen The Grammar has fortyone Thorc are one hundred In tho dls triceThe friends of Milvorjr Haw lings aro glad to hoar that she will be able to be about soonA number of our politicians wont to Manofaeetor last Saturday to attend a convention This whole community was so sur prised to learn of the sudden death of Hobert Iarkor who died recently ol typhoid Elijah Heart who tins boon very sick with tho sumo malady la getting S RawltngM our enterprising merchant is having very neat homo built near his store Prof Dlnsmoro of tho Normal Depart ment of Boron College made buslnesi trip to this place last week A large was present to hear him preach in his usual able manner Riley Boggs has charge of the Gram mar school while Miss Scovlllo the regular teacher makes a trip to Itlb nols James Jewell has secured a good secondclass school near tho Knox county lino Miss Haagcii will tortaln tho Misses Smith and their cousin Riley Bogga tomorrow evening There wore six in the class at Manchester last week Two secured first class two second class certificates and two failed Wo are glad to learn that the typhoid epidem ic at the county seat is now under con troLTho state board of health took tho affair in hand and cleaned up the townMrs Whlto and son Taylor visited the formers mother on Horse Creek last week Judge Ayres of Plnevlllo is a few days at our county seat Ellsha who has been In for some tlmo returned last Saturday Ho says that the rest of our people there are dolnc well INew York Wldowi Now Tork city is tho horn et about 198000 widows COUNTY HYDEN CITIZENS BANKS t Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially place at a portion with us whether or small Jtel KY JANE SCHULL GENERAL MERCHANT All Cldlhlnf Supplies etc- BlSTaad CHEAPEST SUldly Cub THE CITIZEN Berea Ky Vt 1II01l1b01IouMa t ot Ha d J r for 1 1 tI i JO II- Iwotln m I tiedthtille04Cbrfet l t ablalU1O- The ant- sVLD1raillpe r oar b newubcrlberyou In a Jtreoldubealbenwbopayforaymbad esailakelptlar r a ronUlnlnilht luthoritedenlonl l b t3 etr slttUoapetM- lillytoolorconcertorreponilertdtngInhomorhur h liaisons a alt line a a a Offlrt a rrUtrred a 1 far Julyyonrtrper a hit bit let I notihnpdpleWt e expectedIto appointment I a attendance sixtysix irlraory fortytwo betterJ n a congregation on examination spending Thompson Hamilton LESLIE HYDEN IlMnawa5 LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE SO CENTER ST C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMEE AND UNDERTAKER Successor to 13 K Robinson All raid promptly tended to night and day Telephone Xo 4 Ilerro It jr DrWGBEST DENTIST CITY IlIONK 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST KYOurtee ken from S too City rhcnn 13 Teeth extracted without pal fjtmieftnue Positive Evidence When a pretty young woman says that her new diamond bracelet was given her by her undo it is one of two thlnps Hither tho undo or tho bracelet is not genuine Avoiding Vengeance After Miss Screamer had sung brrequest a gentleman was observed to leave the room with considerable co lenity 4 I call that rudeness declared ore gueat Dont youT Cant say answered the guest ad dressed It may be prudence Ho looks to mo like the man who did the requesting LoulsTillo Courler Jour sal J rul vh p