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I t 0 0oeee4IS BEREA PUBLISniNG HO INCORIOKAncIO 1 o o E ALBERT KPht Maitr rYJSStbmf at the fottofflceal ttma Kyuietfnd o ttiut mattmnUer 04tot to the or the People I Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 20 1007 One Dollar a year No 11 SLIP tit Ml I irluiu for jOn and Numluytrliuol roomi and oilier con l y Ilir I ilmr of nf iiilvnln NEWS Of THE WEEK Telegraph strike no nearer Settlement thAn Last WeekThe Southern R R Onte Trouble In Morocco New Plan for Helping Western Farmers Move Crops The telegraph strike seems to be but little nearer settlement than it was a week OHO U th aides are yt defiant tho a number of the sulk vn have gone balk in some localities Pre Small of the Commercial Union r IIAS the men are still prepared to stay out two month while the telegraph companies are rumoring that Ute strike feeds are practically used HP already At Chicago the companies say they wilt not consider the demand of the triker and that tile only way to fltle the strike will be tor the operators to go back to work oo the old terms The etrIken hope the United States government will Inter vene and take charts of the telegraph businessIn case of the fouthern Ran road Spinet the taU of North Caro II JIlL the federal Judge has rendered his final decision In racard to the injunction recently gnu Wd the roll ned He say that the federal courts undoubtedly have the right to Issue an injunction in such case and that the original stand will he maintained In the little state of Morocco nor thern Africa serious troubles are brewing between the native Mohammedan population cud the Jewish and Christian element Recently n aharp battle was fought at Tangier between the French who largely control Mor occo and the native tribesmen who were trying to enter the city Now a general massacre of European sesame likely to occur at any time Many are fleeing from the country Secretary of the Treasury Cartolrou ha a new and novsl plan for prevent tug the usual money stringency In tho western suites during the season of crop moving In this time of the year the banks are usually exhausted by the withdrawal of funds to pay for tho extra amount of work and transportation and business IB hold up to a great extent But this year United States funds will bo placed on busItllne i O- Q o THE CITIZEN TAFTS SPEECH Secretary Says Kentucky Should Get Out of tho Solid Democrat Column and Become a Factor In National Polities In spite of the rain Secretary Taft made a long speech to an enthualas tie crowd at Lexington last Thursday The meeting was held In the Voodtand Park auditorium The main Idea of the speech U In dicated In one of the speakers ques tion Why U It that the Keatwek loae are not IB the oouncfl of the M Uoaf Mr Talt then prooMd to an ewer the question by saying thst KeMtHcktaM are afraid of negro dom ination tho there are no reaaonaWe ground for such tears and cling to toe democratic party BO matter what kind of a ticket they put up the dem ocrat do not seed to pay soy atteD- Uo8 to the special needa or desires of the Kentuckian and of oouree the Republicans cannot afford to give preference to men who are opposed to all the ruling party policies The negro quest ou was discUssed al- rpme length The negro la necessary to the greatest development of the South and the people are beginning to rrallM It so they are encouraging Booker Washington and such negro lenders while In many other ways they are showing themselves to be the beet friends the colored man bas So there Is no need for the Keatucklane to ding on to the Democrats for old issues that are no longet alive On the tryst question the railroads our MilllpplM policy and other su- bJ Mr Taft strongly endorsee Ire Tuft said The RepsWlcaa party bas nominated a strong UcSet Mr Wilton the can dldate for Governor a raombor of tho Mbar of high Handing of great ability and representing the best elements of RepuWIeanUm In the State may well command your suffrage because you may be confident that he will make ia dignIfied honest courageous and efficient Governor of the Common I wealth Ills colleagues on tho ticket should appeal to you In the same way Now Is the accepted hour to breakaway from tho dead bonds of the put and range yourself under the banner of tho party of progress ef ficiency and reform under tile leader ship of Theodore Roosevelt 1P a+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o +o+o+o FOR I o 0 + Pjfffssknwl burglars innko It tholr business to know 1 vslicn Tanners null others got any constdurnlilo mimof inoiioy + o nnd what they do with it o- o To the rlonny von from OUl ur IIn other b 1 Dont take clinneeH Put money in thta strong bank o- U received If on n cheeking account Lena lle 8 1wltlulrnwn Instantly or onn conveniently be iuald tint by fo you win mull your checks if deelred 0 BANK CO BEREA KENTUCKY o- I o of I THE COMPLETE BANK I 0 2 J J MOORE Presldant W H PORTER Cashlor a o + I I 4 LEXINGTON INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4 0- of 0o O +00+O+O +O +0 PO+O+O+O+ h0 O r0 r0+O +OTO +O O+O+O+O+070 I I To Mountain People ExGovernor Taylor Replies to Lawyer Franklin Mayor Barth Kills Himself lion Augustus B Willson Repub loon candidate for Governor Is tour- Ing tho mountains this weak lIe spoko to a largo crowd at Plkovllie Plko county on August 20th and In strong term set forth tho reasons why the people of Kentueky should oloct a Republican state ticket this year Among other things he showed that for years state affairs have Liven In tho hands of a corrupt party na shine which should sot and does not receive the sanction of the best Democrats any wore than that of the lle publican Prow IlkerUle Mr Will IOn went thro Ilindman and Knott oovDtie trarellnf on wagon or hone back The welcome given him k most aothoelaatlc He wilt reach I LoeUrtlle Sunday KxOovernor William S Taylor who has been urged to ooroe back to Kentucky to testify in the Powers cueI has sent r reply to Attorney Frank Ilna promUe of Immunity horn arrest Taylor says that lUck a promtce could not be lawfully made good and that It was not made In good faith He I ay further however that he tready and willing to oome back to Ron I Jury composed of an oqual number of I honest Democrats and Republican and will put back into the state tress I ury the remainder of the = 100000 blood money appropriated to prosecute Goo bels assassins Secretary Tarts visit at Lexington was a groat success In his speech I ho made a strong bid for tho votes of tho thinking clement of the Democratic party nnd doubtless many votes On Aug 21 exmayor Paul C Earth of Loutsvlllo committed suicide by shooting himself with a 32 caliber revolver Barth was recently ousted from tho office of mayor by the Su premo Court being charged with of tidal misdemeanor Since that tlm ho has been tho constant object of tho ridicule and taunts of his political enemies and his friends say that was the cause of tho deed A considerable number of tho strik ing telegraphers of Louisville have agreed to go back to work under tho old conditions and on the wholo tho strike in that city seems to be a tall uroA rumor was started that Secretary Taft intended to resign from tho cab- Inet soon but Mr Taft denied tho re port While In Lexington he was entertained at Elmondorf tho Haggln home TENNESSEE HOME COMING September 2328 1007 embrace the dates for tho Tonnesseo Homo Coming and Naahvlllo Is tho place for tho ro union Tho governor of Tonuaesco has Issued a proclamation calling on nil wandering Tennessoans to come homo on tho dates specified Extensive preparations havo been mado and n glorious time Is assured Very lows passenger rates havo boon securedlt and assurances aro given r will be adequate and reasonable hotolj for full particulars I I TEACHING THE USE OF TOOLS The beautiful Chapel whose picture appears in the Citizen this week was built by the hands of students of Berea College Students made the brick Every brick was its place by students Students built the great tower They had some help from outside men on success of student labor Any one whose fingers become skillful at the same ful white man cannot see the value and the possibilities of his own farm or house or stock and unless we have skill ful men we shall never have the great manufactories of souls have found within its walls revelations and a new birth And cer tainly it is to the glory of God that men should be en couraged by looking at this building to improve them selves in the skill of their hands Industrial education will open the way to prosperity to thousands of families and will buildup the country and lay the foundation for future greatness THE DREYFUS OF AMERICA Tho mills of the gods grind slow but they grind exceeding tineII have been watching with profound interest concerning the perpetrations of fraud the miscarriage of Justice and political the feuds growing out of Broathltt county Kentucky The very idea of appointing such men as Judge Moody and others to go forth in discharge of their duty and Instruct the Jury to find the defendant not guilty and hold come in Jail through appointment to throw dirt at anybody bat I thlak the better das of people of all patties think as I think that the conduct of some of the socalled political leaders has spotted the greet state of Kentucky with such stales that she will never outlive And In my opinion the leaders of this mighty machine working for power of the socalled demoeratlo party must bear the blame This is tho same machine that clipped the gray hairs from tho noble and much distinguished Jos D MeCroarys head And McCreary you remember Is ono of the most honored of the oldI school democrats I want the cood people of Kentucky to answer this charge at tho polls tills falL To prove to Kentuckys people and to the world the absolute Inconsistency on thepart of the oligarchy yet In power go with me to Georgetown KentuckyHero find a young man of bril liant attainments and high Ideals who has languished behind prison bars in the stato ot Kentucky for nearly eight long years charged with complicity In tho murder of Senator Gpebcl In 1900 Without going into tho details of the case It Is sufficient to say that Caleb Powers has gone through with three prolonged trials during those many years of incarceration before both judge and Juries of opposite political faith strictly partisan In tho hands of the friends or tho deceased William E Goebel So flagrantly partisan has been tho conduct of the officers In charge of tho prosecution that the Kentucky Court of Appeals has re versed each decision of tho lower courts and awarded him another trial While Caleb Powers is a republican ho Is a citizen ot tho commonwealth and is entitled to what President Roosevelt styles a Square Deal and such a deal wo are thoroughly convinced ho has never had nor never will It he bo tried by forty Juries In forty years I havo kept closo tab on this famou case from tho beginning and I want to say and will say that the only way Caleb Powers will over bo vindicated is through that pardon issued to him by Gov Taylor If it can bo clearly demonstrated that Mr W S Taylor was the duly elected Governor or that ho had his certificate from the rom missioners on file and did work while as governor of the state ot Kentucky that was recognized as governor of said state and some power had bean placed In his hands that he has seen fit to Issue a pardon for him and wo all clearly know that Mr Gooliol never did tako tho path of office Caleb Powers ought to be set free and this is tho only way ho will over get his freedom Thero Is nothing politically right that Is morally wrong While wo are all sorry that Mr Goebel came to his death in tho manner ho did the ry S xfS t S Citizen Nothingsuc 11 Devoted Interests Mountain I0oooo0 ITill poUchI SAFETY YOUR MONEY 1qBEREA TRUST WILLSOH SPEAKS obargeI Blandlard andladdress butthethebrainpeorleprosperousTheAlreadyhundreds IIov1ornor 11MaPI7 oslorororotavantsororerewdoreilgolf xborsrusoooeoloroofosasooow4l whole state of Kentucky is not guilty of killing Mr Gocbel and tho special Judge recently appointed by tho gov ernor again came right out of tho political ring prompted by the revengeful heart of Cow Beckham as usual Are wo all thinking Just hero I wish to say as a friend and schoolmate of Caleb Powers that while he Is I think a stricken martyred Repub llcon and ought never to have been arrested ho will eventually be ohm mated from the clutches of the most tlmIsteadfastneee and faithful InnocenceIdeprived of liberty posterity will see him as the Dreyfus of America When the state put up such an enormous slush fund aa 100000 it was JDanII was an to every oltlten of the state making uaI a party to persecuting innocent men With the whole power and machinery of the courts in one political party with the leverage of this reward fund In its hands one could early prove- by their sophistic methods that Chris was the man that committed the mur der and if It continues to go on eight more years I believe they will prove CahalIar Cordially yours James H Moore Education is the basis of all our civilization Rend more about it on I page 3 Borea College offers tho great est advantages for the least cost to you S R BAKER DENTIST I OrpiCB Over Frintlnc Office a BEREA KY I flnirr limit from 8 to City riione 133 4ITeeth extracted without pain 1- i THINGS TO THINK 01 Wlso and Striking Words of the Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speakers and Writers Of all flowers the human flower Is the one that needs sunshine most Mlchelet iThe criticism of those who live soft ly remote from strife Is of little val 7 uo Theodora Roosevelt s The golden moments In the nothIIof life rush past us and we see ing but sand the angels come to visit us and wo know then only when they are gone George Eliot Never was there a time when It was a grander thing to live than now when true men have larger opportunity to do noble deeds and mako a worthy record for themselvesJ It Miller In civic life you must have decency and honesty the abler a man Is If he has not tho root of righteousness In him the more dangerous foo to decent government ho IsTheodore Roose velt It was well said once that great thoughts come from tho heartatbeautiful expression but I to add to It a little prosaic rider of my owngreat thoughts come from tho heart but theygo round by the headJohn Morley Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE New of The A week I Tnftg Lexington Speech IMItirlnlTrnchlnR the Ueor Tool Urnyfim of Amrrlm k ThliiRittoTlilnkOf Kentucky New PARE TWO Serlrtl Tlie route of n Tlidutniul Candle The Sumlnjr School LonPoultry nncl 1tce PAGR TIIUKK Reran and Vicinity Heron The Mountain Oollrpi College Item PAGE rquu Common MnrrlfHie Slit lUiiliwxi Aim of AVunmnii HxUtwMHh Sir Stuyvrtnnt lt lu- Ilov to Slake Home UII- The YuutheiwrttHt IAOK FIVE How OignnUwl Lnbr route tile Work Ins Women nnd Children Temperance SuilAon SIX The lloninA Girl School Onlflt fly Site lennlo I Mlfir Hill 5 The Schad1rohlrtne of the District School by Irof Dlniiuore IonSEEN Soq Hoot ItMujximtlnK Now from Ifivcrywhere Itrrcnt State Now IAOK UIOIIT Enntern Kentucky CorrvKjionilence NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term of Berea r College Begins Sept II The time to start is in the Fall The Citizen Knocks Tho Citizen this week calls upon some households where he has not been exactly invited He cbmes begging for an invitation He wants to como regularly Please read our prospectus and send In your subsrlntion o+o+oTO +o+o+o+o+o o +o+o+ol+od o+o+o +o+o+o+o1 o+0+o+o+o THE WEALTH OF A 0 f NATION I o + o Depends on the Thrift of Its People 0 + 0- t and the to + 0 NATIONAL BANK g 10 + 0 0- l Is the Natural and Safe Depository i for That Wealth I 1 0 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS o- o z to + 0 + THE o o + I Berea National Bank Io t I 0 It SE WELCH trosldont J L GAY Cashlor o 0+o +o +o +o +tl+ooo+oo+oo+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o M NEWSPAPmn LASbe th the 1 oralarlflame whth tflrdt4 to hu m- t01wletbu C ft net U rMpfHitibla for Irooti s td to and tin po i oific r4 IttTtnt SItmfur U prim jaciWoe- tr IXTKMTIOM oL Faa tDo THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES Dy MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aolhir d THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHEROH lie copyright IMS br DobtwMirrlll Co 1 CHAPTER XXIII Continued Try It again I heard Larry ad monlsh him try that once more and The Sod God bless It will novel feel the delicate Imprint of your web feet again I Ho turned tho man about and rushed him toward tho house tho revolver still serving as a prod Ills flight gave heart to tho wary Invaders immediately behind him and two fol lows urged and led by Morgan charged our pine at a smart pace Bolt for the front door I called to Larry and Stoddard and I closed In after him to guard his retreat Theyre not shooting called Stod dard You may bo sure theyve had their orders to capture the house with as little row as possible We were now nearIng the edge of the wood with the open meadow and water tower at our backs while Larry was making good Limo toward the house Lets not waft for them here shouted Stoddard Morgan was advancing with a club In his hand making directly for me twe men at his heels and the rest veering oft toward the wall of St AgathasWatch tho house I yelled to the chaplain and then on tho edge of the wood Morgan came at me furious ly swinging his club over his head and In a moment we were fencing away at a merry rate We both had revolvers strapped to our waists but I had no Intention of drawing mine unless In extremity At my right Stoddard was busy keeping off Mor gans personal guard who seemed re luctant to close with the clergyman I have been In my day something of a fencer and my knowledge of tic tolls stood mo in good stead now With a tremendous thwack I knocked Morgans olub flying over the snow and as wo grappled Dates yelled from the house I quickly found that Mor gans wounded arm was still tender lie flinched at the first grapplo and his anger got tho better of his judgment We kicked up the snow at a great rate as wo feinted and dragged each other about Ho caught hold of my belt with ono hand and with a great wronch nearly dragged me from my feet but I pinioned his arms and bont him backward then by a trick Larry had taught nje flung him upon ills side Meanwhile Dates continued to call lustily from the bouse Come on at any cost shouted Stoddard putting himself botween rat and the men who were flying to Mor gans aid- Shoot you fools shoot howled Morgan and as we started across the open meadow and ran toward the house a shotgun roared back of us and buckshot snapped and rattled on the stone of the water tower Theres the sheriff called Stod dard behind me The officer and his deputy ran Into the park from the gate of St Agathas while the rest of Morgans party were skirting the wall to join them Stop or Ill shoot yelled Morgan and I felt Stoddard pause in his gigantic stride to throw himself between mo and the pursuers Sprint for It hot he called very coolly as though he were coaching me In a contest of the most amiable sort ImaginableGet from those guns I pant ed angered by the very generosity of his defense Feint for tho front door and then run for the terrace and tho library door he commanded as wo crossed tho little ravine bridge Theyve got us headed off Twice tho guns boomed behind use and twice I saw shot cut Into the snow about me Im all right called Stoddard re assuringly still at my back Theyre not a bit anxious to kill me I was at the top of my speed now but the clergyman kept close at my lieols I was blowing hard but ho made oqual tlrao with perfect ease Now for the sheriff hero we go cried Stoddardbeside mowhen we wore close to the fringe of trees that shielded the entrance Then off we veered suddenly to tho left close upon the terrace where one of tho French windows was thrown open and Larry and Hates stepped out urging us on with lusty cries They caught us by the arms and dragged us over where the balustrade was lowest and we crowded through the door and slammed it As hates snapped the bolts Morgans party dis4 charged their combined artillery and withdrew across the ravlno toward the lake CHAPTER XXIV The Fight In the Library It was nearly 11 oclock when the attacking party returned after B parley on the let behind the boat house The tour of us were on the terrace ready for thorn They came smartly through the wood the sheriff and Morgan slightly In advance of tho others I expected them to slacken their pace when they came to the opon meadow but they broke Into a quick trot at the water tower and came toward tho houso as steady as veteran campaigners Looks like business this time ex claimed Larry Spread out now and tho first head that looms over the balustrade gets a doso of hickory Tho attacking party now divided half halting between us and tho bridgo and tho remainder swinging around the houso toward tho front entrance Ah look at that yelled Larry Its a battering ram they have 0 man of pcaco havo I your Majestys consent to try the elephant guns nowMorgan and tho sheriff carried between them a stick of timber from which the branches had been cut and with a third man to help they ran It up the steps and against the door with a crash that came booming and echoing back through the great halls of the house A gun roared again nt the side of the house and I ran to tho library where Larry had pushed furniture against all the long windows save one which he held open Ho eteppod out upon tho torraco and emptied a ravel ver at the men who woro now creep ing along tho edge of tho ravine be neath us One of them stopped and discharged a rifle at us with deliber ate aim The ball snapped snow from tho balustrade and screamed away harmlessly Hah such monkeys ho mutt tered I believe Ive hit that chap Ono man had fallen and lay howling In tho ravine his hand to his thigh while his comrades paused demon alized Serves you right you blackguard Larry muttered I pulled him In and we jammed a I Taught I Him cabinet against the door and returned to the hall- Meanwhile the blows at tho front door continued with Increasing lence Stoddard still stood where I had loft him was not In sight but tho barking of a revolver above showed that ho had returned to the window to wreak vengeance on his en emlesStoddard shook his head in depreca tlonThey fired firstwe cant do less than get back at them said between the blows of the battering ram A of the great oaken door now splintered but In their fear that wo might use tho broken as a loophole they scampered out into range of Dates revolver In return we heard a rain of small shot on the upper windows and a few seconds later Larry shouted that the flanking was again at tho terrace This movement evidently heartened the sheriff for under a fire from Dates his men charged and the log crashed into tho door shaking it free from tho upper hinges The lower fastenings were wrenched loose an Instant later and the men came tum bling Into the hallthe sheriff Mor gan and four had never seen before Simultaneously tho flanking party began smashing tho small panes of the library windows We could hear the glass crack and tinkle above tho confusion at tho door In the hall he Was certainly a lucky man who hold to his weapon a moment after the door tumbled In blazed at the sheriff with my revol ver but ho stumbled and half fell at the threshold so that the ball passed over him and h t promptly gripped mo by the legs and had mo prone and dazed by the rap of my head on the floor I suppose I was two or three min utes at least getting my wits I was first conscious of grappling with the sheriff who sat upon mo and as they struggled with each other I got the full benefit of their combined swerving tossing weight Morgan and Larry wore trying for a chanco at each other with revolvers while Morgan backod the Irishman slowly toward the library Stoddard had one of the unknown deputies by the col lar and gave him a trennendousapinpt jerking him high In the air and driving him against another Invader with a blow that knocked both fellows spinning Into a corner Come on to tho library shouted Larry and Dates who had got mo tol my feet pushed mo down tho hall to ward tho open library door We were now between two flros sheriffs party had fought valiant Iy to keep us out of tho library and now that wo were within Stoddards big shoulders held the door half closed against the combined strength of tho men In tho hall This pause was fortunate for it gave us an opportunity to deal singly with the follows who wore climbing In from tho terrace Dates had laid one of them low with a club and Larry disposed of another who had made a murderous effort to stick a knlfo Into him I was with Stoddard against tho door where tile sheriffs men were slowly gaining upon mo Let go on the jump when I say three said Stoddard and at his word we sprang away from tho door and Into the room Larry yelled with joy as tho sheriff and his men pitched forward and sprawled upon the floor then wo wero at it again In a handto hand conflict to clear tho room Hold that position sir yelled Bates Morgan had directed tho against me and I was driven upon tho hearth the great fireplace The sheriff Morgan and Ferguson hemmed mo In It was evident that I was the chief culprit and they wished to ohm mate mo from the contest Across tho room Larry Stoddard and were engaged In a lively rough and tumble with the rest of the besiegers and Stoddard seeing my plight leaped the overturned table broke past tho trie and stood by my wide swinging A chair At that moment my eyes sweeping By a Trick Larry Had Me Threw vie Dates I panel panel party again others I I halt Bates seized Tho attack before Dates tho broken outer doors saw the face of Pickering He had como to see that his orders were obeyed and I remember yet my satisfaction as hem med In by tho men ho bad hlrod to kill mo or drive mo out I felt rathor than saw the cowardly horror depicted upon his face Then tho trio pressed upon me As I throw down my club and drew my revolver some one across the room fired several shots whose rorr through the room seemed to arrest tho fight for an instant and then while Stoddard stood at my side swinging his chair defensively tho great chandelier loosened or broken by the shots fell with a mighty crash of Its crystal pendants The sheriff leaping away from Stoddards chair was struck on the head and borne down by the heavy glass We wero all getting our second wind for a renewal of tho fight with Mor gan in command of the enemy Ono or two of his men who had gone down early In the struggle were now crawl ing back for revenge I think I must have raised my hand and pointed at Pickering for Dates wheeled like a flash and before I realized what happened ho had dragged the executor Into thoroomYou scoundrelyou Ingrate 1 howled tho servant Tho blood on his face and bare chest and the hatred In his eyes mado him n hideous object but In that lull of tho storm whllo we waited watching for an advantage I heard somewhere tn tho wall that same sound of footsteps that I had remarked before Larry and Stoddard heard It Dates heard It and his eyes fixed upon Pickering with a glare of malicious delight There comes our old friend the ghost yelled Larry TO BE CONTINUED Out of the Vision In tho olden times It Is said that It was possible for a man to render himself invisible Pshaw Thats not at all remark able Men lo this country are doing It every day You dont say sol How do they manage It1 tony marrying famous women Smiths Weekly THE BRAZEN SERPENTSu- nday School LeisontorSepl8 1907 Spedillr Prepared lot This Paper 1K830N TKXTNumbcra M9 Mem Dry verse 9- ooLDICN TKXTAs Moses lifted up the serpent In the wltdern t even to must the Son of man be lifted up that whonoever bellavcth In him nhoultl not perish but have eternal IliaJohn 511ILTiMiiMore than JS years utter our last Ion Aaron died on the flrat day of the fifth month JulyAuguat of the fortieth year since leuvtnR Ktrrpt Num 3315 The fiery serpents attacked the people a few weeks later In Beptember in C HO nou rdlng to the common rhronoloKVlI died at Mount Her on the larder of the Kdom range along the eastern border of the Ambah The err fonts were In the great deep and broad Valley celled the Arabnh south of the read sea and extending to the eastern arm of the lied sea Comment and Suggestive Thought Wo loft tho Israelites In our last los son at Kndosh Barnes on the border of tho south land of Palestine and tho northern border of tho groat desert ol Paran They had refused thrQugh fool and unbelief to and take possession of their Inheritance and wore condemned to remain In tho desert for 38 years longer till all over 20 years of age had died Thoy arrived at Kadeih about a year and three months after the exodus and loft It nine months before taking possession of Canaan During those years Ka doth was probably their central nu clews or rendezvous Thoy would nat urally change their locality from time to time like the Ilcdoulns of all ages but still cherishing the hope of eventually becoming possessors of tho land of promise Meantime they are not to be conceived as dwelling In their In tervals of repose In a compact camp which the nature ef the country for bado to such an Immense multitude but as expatiating In bands here and there over tho adjacent country still having tho tabernacle as the cantor and the rendezvous to which they would return Hash Some of these wanderings are given In Num 3319 36 extending as far south as Bzloc Geber on the eastern arm of the Rod sea U Kings 9U Some of the events recorded during his period are 1 Korahs Rebel lion Numbers J5 which grow t of the long delay and disappointed hopes 2 Asians red budded Number 17 to prow that Aaron was the di vinely ohoeen high priest 3 The death of Miriam the Ulster of Mote Nuts 201 4 Water from the rook at Mer1lb and the eta of Mona that kept him from enlerlnc the promised land t Num 10M3 And the people spake against God and against Moses Their bitter feel logs grew so stroag that they were ex pressed In words Their former mar murlap at Kadesh had been treated leniently and water had been sup piled apparently at their aasry do mand They teem to have Interpreted the miracle there as an Instaseo ol mercy In spite of their wicked course but as a response to It and they therefore now repeated the experiment ol Insurrection Thus the Israelites tempted God 1 Cor 109 neb 19 They put hit patience sad forbearance to the teat and did all they could to make bin give them up as hopeless The Fiery Serpents of SlnNo bet tel emblem of the results of sin cpuld havo been given to tho Israelites or to us The true peculiar pornlcfaus fiery serpents wore their murmuring disposition and complaints against Jehovah Lange Sin Is like a flory serpent often beautiful In appearance and secret In Its approach nut the effects aro pains that only flro can ex pressRepentance and Salvation Vs 79 Confession V1 Wo havo sinned The evil effects of sin made them feel conscious of their sin and Its greatness The real evil Is tho sin and not the punishment nut U II only by the punishment that men realize the evil of sin Itself Against the Lord and against thee All crimes against man are sins against God And all Sins against God work wrong to man And Moses prayed for the people expressing tholr desires and feelings There Is real power In Intercessory prayer Their praying mado It wise and safe to give blessings that would have been an injury to those who had not the spirit of prayer One of the objects of the punishment was to turn their hearts to God The Cure Note In what a peculiar and yet blessed way tho prayer was Answered not by removing the ser pent as they probably expected but by a way that healed their souls as well as their bodies Ho Pauls thorn In tho flesh was not removed but Gods grace was made to abound as a blessed fruit growlpg on that stom- As the sin and punishment of the Israelites were the fruits of tinbclref tho truo method of liclp was first to restore faith and then healing Practical Points Christ crucified Is the most conspic uous object In tie history of the world It Is the center around which tho whole moral and religious warfare of tho world is gathered The power did not Ho In the brazen serpent but In God himself who could bestow healing upon those who showed by their jooklng up to it at his Word that they believed In God and repented of their sin Salvation was by faith the only way In which free pardon can be offered without Increasing tho sin of the world SENSIBLE POULTRY HOUSE Description of One Recommended by Prof James E Rice After studying all kinds of poultry houses Jrof James Iw Rice of tho department of poultry husbandry of Cornell university recommends for the latitude and climate of New York State a building IS foot wide and 24 feet long divided Into two pens each 12 foot square For keeping larger locks tho house may bo made continuous which greatly reduces tho ox punso over building colony houses In this ease tho house should be at least IS feet wide and pens 11 foot square Tho house which Is shown In the illustration Is 4 feet 11 Inches in the trontIbuild It without dangor of bumping tho head while doing tho work The house Is jmton a concrete foundation and has a concrete Hoof Tho founda Uon wall need not be more than Model House of Two Pens 8 to 10 Inches thick but should stand 6 inches above tho natural level of tho land and need not be more than 6 or 8 Inches bolow the surface Tho sills aru 2x4 and should be placed on the wall before the cement floor Is laid The cement can then be flushed against tho silts to prevent air and wa ter entering The walls on all sides except the south are made ot one thickness of matched lumber with planed side In side The outside except the south side Is covered with one thleknoM of roofing paper The only part of the house that Is double hoarded Is the portion directly back of and above the roost platform This forms an airspace which Is opened above and below by hole bored through the ptale which permit the air to elrenMle freely ned keeps the Inner wall warm er than It would be with a dead air pace The frame Is made wholly of tx4s place 4 feet apart except the rafters which are Sx placed 1 feet between centers The boards are laid borl sunUUy The moat economical sad effective method of ventilating the boas Is by window opentega la the south side whteh during tIM larger part of the time both ummer awl wittier are coveted simply by wire seltlat cad during stormy or exree lively sold weather by a stock window If the horse ta tight on aUotkeraidr- this allows for a quiet diffusion ot air with the last poaalMe draft The cloth frame le bung at the top and covers an opening 6 feet 4 lathes by 3 feet 4 Inches The window In each pea Is S feet 4 Inches by 4 foet eight Inehe aid the window below It U 2 feet 4 Inoho Above the window a ventilator li hung at the top and wings outward which con be opened In summer to permit the warm air which accumulates at tho highest point to pea out freely The platform 2 V4 feet wldo Is plated beneath tho roosts which am 13 inches apart on canters and tho back one placed 12 Incites from tho wall Tho noeta are placed on a shelf bolow the platform In front of tho platform a cloth covered frame Is hung from the top which Is let down at night In cold weather This makes a roosting closet which will keep the fowls warm Oven in the coldest weather POULTRY POINTERS There Is no danger of overfeeding ground dry bone A liberal box full may be provided and tho fowls will help themselves It Is benefi cial It roup makes its appearance In tho flock lose no time In Isolating tho affected birds to prevent the disease spreading nnd give n vigor ous and prompt treatment Goose are surprisingly strong and vigorous and will thrive on food that is rejected by other fowls Thoy stand without injury cold damp weather that any other fowl could not possibly endure Wo pity tho fowl or chick that Is unprovided with shade during these hot sweltering days If you have no natural shade In tho way of shrubs or trees make a frame of boards and cover with muslin or canvas A spoonful of coal oil in the drink ing watoronco a week Is a good thing at this time of year Many diseases aro hold In chock this way The oil floats on tho water and the chicken gets a little of It every time It drinks Pulverized charcoul ohould bo sot where the hens can partake of It when desired Besides brightening the plumage it Is a conditioner that has few equals If you havo no burnt wood char some corn till almost black and It will answer the samo purpose Tho hons begin to look ragged ow ing to losing their feathers They aro beginning to molt and need extra caro and attention during this period BO as to get them ovor tho molting period as quickly as possible Plenty of nourishing food should be given them and their quarters kept clean and free from lice POULTRY DISEASES It Does Not Pay to Doctor Sled Fowls Time spent on disease infected flocks of poultry as n general thing Is tliuo wasted This of course does not apply to looal sporadic complaints that are easily chocked and cured but to diseases that are deeply rooted and Infectious It Is frequently tho case that con sumption In some form exists among poultry It Is almost hopeless to attempt to Htninp out the disease and tho sooner such flocks are gotten rid of and healthy ones Installed In tholr place tho bettor Many breeders and farmers wives whose fowls are affected give three or tour doses of kerosene or some other homo remudy and thou report that tho medlolno did not ofocl n euro The foot Is It may bo feces sary to give medlolno every oouplp of hlmra and oven oftener lu bad case This work of course U not agreeable to the owner particularly If the birds are of little value When coup appears and does not give way to prompt and horole treat ment and frequent doting the chances are that such fowls wjll al ways give trouble In such oases It Is a comparatively easy matter to be gin anew with poultry The cheaper and safer way Is to take all the affected births to some locality kill them for sometimes tho disease Is deeply rooted In the blood of the fowls and will remain says tbo Northwestern Agriculturist The safest and bOlt method therefore Is to clear off all the old stock and thoroughly disinfect tbo prom ise eves to spading tho yards After this II done got new stock from a flock that Is known to beehealthy vigorous and free from dis ease and tee that none but healthy fowls are admitted to tho breeding yard thereafter NEVER WEAR OUT Concrete CornerBlock for Hlva Stands Are the Best The Mocks are made five Inches square an the bottom I14 lashes high The top or where the hive rests is three Inches by 1H These east me three teals apiece are meek ehapgf than wooden stand and aN practical ly IndeetrucUMe besides presenting a very neat appearance You will see Concrete Hive Stands that the hive rests npon seek a small surface that there Is small ohaMe fw damper to collect to ret the bottom board SIB I have reed these MnvMandi says a writer In Dee Culture they have gives me such Mtlafeetlon that I would sot return to wooden tendJ even for the few hives I kayo cad It stems to me they would be economy oat even for the large apiary as they can be made Ity anyone who can get cement and gravel 1 Paint Coops with Crude 011 If we ever have occasion to bulk another hen houso the thing we shall do after completing It and before any hens are allowed In It will bo to pfllnt the wholu inside with crude oil Tho roost and around tho masts should bo given a double coat A barrel of tho oil should cost not over 340 barrel Included and what Is loft can either bo sold or used for ma chino oil Anyway If It costa 3CO to paint tho Insldo of tho house we feel sure it would bo money well In vested and would moan a comparative freedom from mitts for some time to come Grind Them Up Now that nearly every housewife has a meat grinder In her kitchen dont throw away a single bit of t outside cabbage leaf turnip peeling apple pooling or core or even potato pooling Grind thorn up with celery tops turnip sprouts and everything else that Is vegetable and glvo thorn to tho hens It U surprising how much hens will eat of things that they have the reputation of never touching If tho food is cut or grqund to convenient sized mouthfuls for them And remember they repay it all with eggs Fed Mashes In Morning When considered advisable to feed mashes or soft feed to poultry best time to glvo It to them Is for IheIearly morning meal Even with little I chickens It Is best to feed small or cracked grains at night whllo tho old or fowls should have whole grain Many of the small flocks become too fat because every meal permits ot scraps being obtained which are thrown out as fast as accumulated usually three times a day and the hens never being hungry patiently sit around and wait for more Growing Poultry Feed In growing food for poultry It should bo borno in mind that corn wheat and oats can always bo pur chased and It is best therefore te grow sorghum broomcorn popcorn millet and sunflowers for seed which afford n good variety but cannot bi so readily procured la market b 4 It Makes You Warm To go Into a drug store and have the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOODas what you asked fordont blame you Thats 4 why we carry such a tremendous I stock just to have what you want i tIfwe do not have what you want we arc always glad to get it for you + The one thing that we do not have is the thing JUST AS GOOD Dont Believe inItl The Porter Drug Coe INCORPORATED + 0 + oeoeoeoeoeoaooeooooooaooooooooooooo o 0- i Berea and Vicinity i 0 u o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 0 I nonaaaoocoTake Notice At Slato Lick Springs on Saturday September 7 thoro will bo a Sunday sohool ptonlo for all denominations Somo good speakers will be pre out and tho day will doubtloea bo ono Ot good cheer and Christian service Lot everybody como In the morning and bring a basket Mrs S a Baker U In Cincinnati purchasing her Pall millinery goods O U Porter Is planning to move Into his new raldenee this week Dr and Mrs V Cornelius who have been vteltlag hero the past two weeks returned to Tulea Okla last Thurs day They were accompanied by their daughter Mtso Grace Cornelius Prof S a Mason formerly a teacher In Borea College now of Wastilsgton arrived Saturday to make a short visit Mrs Serilda King and daughter Der Urn art visiting relative In the mountains Mrs Amanda Dpwtftn and daughter Pntmle epeut lost week with Mrs Prank Amoe at Speedwell Mm John Andereou was tho guest or Miss Martha LulU at Dig 11111 last week Miss LUlo Durdetto Is elerklng for Mrs S 11 Daker while sho la In e Cincinnati W H Porter who was kept at hom a tow days lost week on ateount ot Illness Is ablo to bo out again Musses Martha and Luwetla Spur look spent Sunday with the Mlssea Hattlo and Docels Oaugh J L Gay has Improved his house on Chestnut street with many repairs r and a new ooat of paint A CAUD OF THANKS Tho 00000 worth of bmlnusa tho citizens ot Madison Carrard and Kockeastlo oeuntiee have gluon tue during the last G days shows that they believe In my ability to put on metal I rooting 1 thank them for their kind patron age and UMuro them that they will get a high grade ot work at a tow prlco Henry Longfollnor Tanner llerta Ky Phone 1702 h If you want tho beet dlvlCeuds on your money go with mo to the Pan Handle Texas and buytho bout lands for 1600 per aero Let mo hear from you JP Dlckncll r 0 Houses and Gardens for Rent Call nn G D UolHtlay at the Boron flank and Trust Company A Hair- DressingL g 1Nearly everyone likes a fine i dressing Something to I make the hair more manageable to keep it from being too rough or from splitting i at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood I WelifcdhairwiUbestrongand will remain where It belongs on the head not on the comb I behot kind of a testimonial Solt for ogee tlxtr years l t Alt kr J O ArOoLoWI1 ers J SASSAPABUU PIUS aHiIIiY nacreous llor tarn Albert tiHk Ill rt dlnK ImfiwMir of Ornimn Bud Iollllrnl Selene- Miss Nina King Is spending this week with friends in Cincinnati Mr M V Roberts left last week for hazel Green whore he will teaoh Willie Dalton has been visiting haUl folks I If you need a good typewriter call at Tho Citizen office A first class anyI PUBLIC SALE Having decided to close out our Hv ory business on Depot street Boroa Ky wo will on Saturday Sept 14 1007 soil to the highest bidder C good horses kind and gentlo to drive G buggies all In good repair 1 j surrey 1 drummers wagon G single seta of harness in good repair 3 dou- blej sots of harness In good repair 8 lap robes G horse blankets i Our livery stable and lot Said lot fronts 76 feet ou Depot street running back 133 feet It has on It a good sulphur well IThis is a hood location for anyone wanting to run a livery stable Terms made known ou day ot Illtls Sale to commence at 10 a m- John J Hughoe W N Hushes W P Prowltt Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE As I havft decided to learn Klgki vlllc I will on Saturday Sopt 21 1007 soil on tho promises to the high Ole blddor a certain lot of land lying on tho east side of Main street Ittrka vlllo Ky and containing about fourI acres of rich fertile laud- It has on It good improvements dwolllngIgoodIice house stables meat house chick en louses and a good two story storehouse This is a good location for a doctor to run a drug store In connection with his practice or any one who wants to run u store of any kind KlrkBvlllo Is a beautiful quiet vil lage with a population of one hundred and fifty It Is a splendid location above any malaria ten miles south ot Richmond andIItIsobriety excelled It baa ono bank two general merchandise stores two black smith shops two undertakers two doctors and one harness maker I Terms One half cash and one half in two equal payments with G percent j from day of sale till paid Sale to commence at 10 oclock a m- MrsI Dr Judy Auci I Berea the Mountain College NOTK All reference la thlt article Indicate page In our regular cUlog For further Information KC aGd- gDepartments of Instruction The design of the Institution in the words of its founders isClto furnish a thoro education to all persons of good moral character supplying all reasonable facilities for manual labor In order to provide for each student the particular training and instruction which will be most useful to him the following departments have been organized See Index Model Schools The fundamental branches with music drawing handwork etca substantial prepara tion for further study or for the immediate work of life also used as models for normal instruction Industries and Applied Science Combining the arts of practical life and the means of selfsupport with the general education necessary for a good citizen AcademyAffords the culture discipline and knowledge which make a desirable preparation for life and fits students for college Page 32 Normal DepartmentGeneral education with spec ial training for the work of teaching Collegiate DepartmentThe Classical course is the standard of American Colleges developing the mind and character by full courses in Mathematics Science History Ancient and Modern Literature and Philosophy Also thoro Scientific and Literary courses Page 45 Music Department Free instruction in Choral Music special courses in Reed Organ Piano Voice Theory etc SttKt Studia A pcraon net pursuing any regular course may take duel lea of lilt own selection provided the atrignlng dean I Mtltfied ttiat he If pre pond to take uah ntudle to advantage and that he la doing enough work to make hH rwWente In Berea profitable RtMfitt fyfudmi No one can receive a degree diploma or certificate of graduation without teeMing nt leant six month In Berea- Rxlttattn Dtfaiimnt Thla furnlthea traveling libraries lecture Teathera and farmer Inatttutea and other service to communllcouUde of Berea The Academy Miles E Marsh Dean nnla0 Scale Mra Kate U Putnam Chaa D IxrwU- Dr 11 A Ooolc Mta Jeoephlne KoMntan 1redrlek JushhofT Win A 0fk 11M Mary It Welih I U Shadon Jaa W Raise Chrfollan V Rumeld Jno Cerdca The Academy is for young people who have completed the common school branches but who are not yet prepared to enter one of the Collegiate courses fo meet the needs of different classes of students the Academy offers four different courses of study The General Academy Coursetwo yoarsto give the boat immediate preparation for honorable and use ful life The Applied Science Coursestwo years combine with the most important studies of thcGoneral Academy course special work in Science as applied in Firm Man agomant Housohold Management and other practical arts The Commercal Coursesone year or two yoars givos immediate preparation for business The Preparatory Academy Course throe or four yoars gives complete nnd thorough preparation for on tmnce to the Collegiate courses of Boron or any other College of high grade The Academy students at Boron have many greats advantages from their connection with a large institu tion with many departments and superior management They have full use of the College Library of twentyfive thousand volumes and of the expensive scientific ap paratus of the College Not infrequently they have the instruction of College professors All the general ad vantages as music literary societies lectures and entertainments etc are theirs See pages 1518 A description of the four Academy courses follows GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE This course is designed and recommended for all young people who are well advanced in the common branchestlosc taught in the Berea Model Schools and the public school generally and who do not expect to go through a full collcgiato course Wo have care fully selected the studies and methods of instruction whjch in shortest time will give tho best preparation for life It is a very desirable course for those whonmy be called upon to hold office in church or state or who dosir to increase their own prospects of honorable success and onhnnco their knowledge enjoyment nnd iniluonco It isigobd preparation for the study of law medicine surveying oic Thoso who expect to follow the work of tonchlngr sjibuld take the Normalcoureo Incidental Feo 500 Gooff Latin is taken For other dotnUs sae pnges 3530- NOTItAtlaudstarat n lrwl to take the Kudle printed in thick- typeIireaapother atudhsdreadeachtcrmtheyraostelect enough aoaa to balallil rcatylaoiu II wcoek The figure after eatudyahotr theSdta coot tbarmf IVsena wee W nlllirturlt 11 a a lllblna I 11hytlll S 5 gelling 2 a U 8 r Arithmetic r 5 fall Term Science of Wealth 5 Ithutorlritl d 3 Jllble a I Algebra 5 General history a 4 Great A ulhora 3 Geometry a S 1hyalct a 4 Clvica 3 German S FIRST VHAR ifharn Tern llheiorlciit b a lllbb t illocv1tloua31hyslology Algebra a 5 SUArithmetic iPractical Crammer sS SECOND YItAR It iHttr Term Sclenceot3llnd1lfhetarlcnl Bible t I Algebra d 4 General Illitory bSC- omp and Khcta 3 Nonuat Mllii j S 4Mijalcs German 1l j Spring Th Ilhntorlcnl t tibiae i lUccutloit 3 1hyiloloey b jNormalU S History J 3 3ITactlcal Spneg Tern JUhetHTlcallllble f I Algebra r p 4 5 Competition and RhcUj f5Geomelryc 4 German Ill r 5 BUSINESS ACADEMY COURSE This course gives the best preparation for business k life which is possible in the time allotted It is planned for two years but may be finished in one year by stud ents especially bright diligentand well prepared in Arithmetic and Grammar use of language Incidental Fee f1000 a term ti8oo for two terms in advance 2500 for three terms In cases student leaves before end of lira paid for he receives certificate giving Continued ou page six SOCIETY The Shoe That I Does Not Ullltto Neat FeetWomen who dress nicely andaccord ing to the ways fashion dictates desire to have every part of their attire look 1 stylish fit well and keep its new nobby appearance Nowadays a well dressed y woman must have attractive dresses and nice shoes in keeping with her gownsThe is a high class shoe for properly dressed women andat 350 a pair n woman can afford to have shoes irr the new gunmetal for the more serviceable wear the ever popular via or the more flashy patent leather for dress them in these popular leathers made in all the fashionable shapes and we are sure when you see a pair you will readily decide that SOCIETY Shoes are made for you The SOCIETY is a member ot the Star Brand family- i II Star Brand Shoes Are Better We Walk OB Stars So Can YOB R BEREA KY omomomomomoftoitomomomoo 5 0 College i o 0 o HERE AND THERE o 080000000000oeoProf James Watt Ralno will attend the state Sunday school convention at JIadlsonvIlle August 29 and from there will go to HArlan county where ho will tako part In the district Sunday school convention at Evarto on the 31st Prof Maine has some valuable and interesting suggestions to make on tho use of the Bible In Sunday school work and everybody who can reach either of tho conventions men tioned should bo sure to hear him Ernest Bender started to his homo In northern Ohio Monday Ills father is ill and Ernest is not sure when he will be auto to return to Berea but ho hopes to bo ready for the fall term The following teachers returned to Berea last week Prof Marsh Prof Edwards Mr May Dr Cook Mr Dlz ney Tho deans are busy planning the years work Miss Lillie Chrlsman leaves Thurs day morning to attend tho Y W C A Conference at Lako Geneva Wis lice Win Arthur Cooh A M Artlng Vrwfcmor uf trik jWOKiiJ I I t I l wearWe t MrsS Baker Items Dr Thomson returned from Gales burg Illinois whcro he has been for six weeks Prof Edwards returned from Ohio last Tuesday He spent Thursday and Friday with some of his pupils In Clark county Mr Gamblo went to Speedwell Tuedsay to attend the Tates Creek Baptist Association convention whcro ho led the music Abner Stllwell returned Monday and will work In Mr Cartmells of flco until school begins George Haldano returned from his vacation last week and will enter school this fall Miss May Reeco returned from her vacation last week T J Osborne and family havo moved Into their homo on Prospect street PUBLIC SALE- I will on Sept 12 1907 sell to tho highest bidder the following stock at Dr B Ramseys farm two miles south of Paint Lick on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike 1 two year old stud by Ky Artist dam Red Squirrel mare 6 good young mares 1 to 3 years old 16 two year old mare mules all well broken G one year old mules 3 mares 3 horses G four year old mare mules 10 steer calves 5 Poland China boar shoats 1 good milch cow 300 bales good timothy hay 25 barrels of old corn 3 goats 25 stock hogs 1 binder and some farming Implements Terms of Sale All sums of 10 and under cash In hand All sums over 10 on 4 months credit with good note negotiable and payable at Peo f pIes Bank Paint Lick Ky fUpercent interest from date IDNo Auctioneer Ramsey 2 Paint Lick Ky FOR YOUR CHILDREN When one thinks of Eternity they havo In mind something everlasting That Is why Star Brand shoo man ufacturers named their boys and girls schpol shoo Eternity They wear like iron Seo them I Mrs S R Baker aoo+o+o+qoPo+o+o +o+o+o+ob +o+o+o+boo+o+o+o+o+o+oo oo1 0 0 grains 0 I You must Not Pass This Store 1 0 C A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves etc at Bargain Prices In Moua Goods Wo have the best lino of Dress anti Work r lt Shirts Overhalla Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose Hats o Collars Tiesote o Also some Extra values in lt1 0 o + Suits il 0 o f J 0 We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and tpay top prices for Produce Yours for Business im fMoyes Cash Store r 0to V Berea Ky I +odw6oFoso4abe + N+ ol + o eoo+ +ooi r The Citizen M family ntwspipar for ill that It rljkt true and Interesting Published every ThurwUy it Dem Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO- t Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgn Subscription Rates M TABLE IX ADVANCE One Tear j7 M Els Moithi G Three Monhe y HooeyOrdernot stamp- sTe4teafter your name on label shows U whet date your subscription Is 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aro organizing or In tend to organize a trust They havent even a canned agreement E1ght hour day for mothers Tut tut Most of them would bo satisfied if baby stays asleep long enough to guarantee them an eighthour night A New York policeman Interfered with an eloping couple taking them for burglars This might properly be termed an arrested marriage A sliver dollar coined In 1804 has just been sold to a Philadelphia man for 3600 We have a much newer one thatJie can have for a less sum Nothing looks EO proud as a big baloon sailing through space and nothing looks so draggled as that same balloon hanging from the branches of a tree Those Indiana young women who have resolved to marry no man who hasnt at least =4000 In cash seem to forget that there Is any such thing as love in the world In an endurance race for automo blues It Is not expected that either the automobile or the driver can endure the test of bumping Into bridges or being dumped Into n ditch A horse in a country town In nil Dais saw an automobile for the first time the other day and five minutes later dropped dead Poor old Bill said the owner He always did have a lot of sense The telemenaphone a new inven lion is designed to take the placo of the depot porter wtio announces the departure of trains It cant be any more unintelligible than the present occupant of the Job A Plttsburg woman wants a divorce because her husband thought bean soup was all she ought to eat If ho wants another wlfo after the courts havo granted him his freedom it might pay him to look around in Bos ton San Salvador has given a subsidy of 5000000 to an American company to build a railroad across It San Salvador may as well say goodby to revolutions A railroad company of that size will see to It that the conn try Is peaceably governed Tho other day a bride stepped from her fathers house ran the gauntlet of tying rice and old shoes and roach r ed the carriage Sho was about to enter when an old shoe hurled by ai guest struck one of the horses He plunged and frightened his mate The pair ran and tho bride began her hap py life with a broken leg In time remarks the Youths Companion wo shall outgrow the thirteenth century style of humor which lends us to add dlscomturt And embarrassment If aot hangar to t nerve trying ceremony Mm Agasslz the widow of the great teacher of scfcncc was herself as much interested In the cause of education as was her famous husband The first president of Hadcltffo col lege she was all her life tho warm friend and personal sympathizer with and adviser of young women and her great wealth was used not for os tentatious luxury but for many quiet charities A Memory written all white is the beautiful way In which Mrs Julia Ward Howo summa up her life rIF rrittgtutlEuii auft Aim t Wouuwjs Existnut By MRS STUYVESANT FISH- Wife of the Railroad Magnate D WOULD rather be a great nctrcss or writer or artist than have all the wealth or social position I could command bccauso the woman with a profession has achieved something she lives o life of growth nnd power It is the power that counts and the development of ones individuality is the greatest thing fnftcr all I sincerely believe women can be wholly emancipated intellectually if thoy dcterntine to improve thcmsolvw It rests with the individual woman entirely I firmly believe that a woman may become anything sIlo wills to become 1 boiiovc that the great force tho one eternal energy which we call God is at the command of every human being Any woinau who has it jn hor to progress can by summoning this forte to her aid rise to any height she desires in this world Any woman may be what she wills to be You are what you make yourself No ono can make you what you are not If you have tho force of character within yourself you can compel conditions to serve you It is all a mistake tho tradition that keeps a woman down and insists site is able to fill only one placethat of tho domestic this housekeeper It is a great mistake to insist that marriage is tho end mud aim of n womans existence For centuries women havo been taught that the great ambition of life was to marry and settle down That is nl wrong A girl should be taught first to develop the tost that is in liolsolf thor mind No woman should be ashamed to be called nn old maid Far bettor be an old maid than marry a man who is not onoa equal one who is not companionable So many girls and women commit tho folly of marrying inferior men only because thoy are afraid tltojwill be ridiculed if they remain single It is absurd that a woman who docs not marry before she is should be considered an old maid OII The idea of bringing girls out in society simply for the purpose uf marrying them off is vulgar The entire education bf woman Ims b6m wrong Tradition has hampered women But above all else I bclibve women themselves are largely responsible for their own false position in the world Women do not stand by ouch other ns mon dd I saymost emphatically that if womon the world over would unite and stand together in demanding thoir rightful heritage tho position of tho SOX would soon be very exaltedWhat do we find in the present state Women slandor each other Woman is the first to pronounce judgment against her sister With men the opposite is true Men stand by each othor to the blUer end I would urge women to unite to help one another Em1 in Ltttake ijimt iLjawu By MADAME Punch years ago gave the sapient advice that the best way to make home happy is to leave it but this advice was meant only to be applied to male members of tho household Tho wife who wishes to make home happy has only to follow some very simple rules in fact their very simplicity makes it n matter of much wonder that these rules are not more generally followed One of the primary rules is that the wife should always recognize that Business with a capital lOB is the chief factor in her husbandscxistcnce The recognition of this fact is of paramount importance and will always make for happiness No matter what delays or breakings of appointments there may be or other tantalizing upheavals of domestic arrange ments they should always be put Clown to the cares of Business Another important rule is never to suggest that Edward is unwell or to make inquiries as to why he is not in the very best of spirits It it much better to let Edward relieve his own mind on this subject and a littIesympathywill do far more than minute inquiries j in fact a kiss on his literary scientific or commercial brow as tho case may be will bo more grateful to the supposed patient than questions as to why is he look ing so illj or Whats the matter wilh you dear Again the wise wife does not see everything or at least she does not pretend to see everything and is not at all curious For instance if Georgo says he attended his masonic lodge on Wednesday there is no reason in the world why ho did not attend it even if the counterfoil of two theater stalls happen to float out of his dress waistcoat pocket when it is turned upsidedown during his absence I No doubt the circumstan tial evidence seems to be strongly against George but these counterfoils may have been given to him by some friend who did not wish to carry them home That is very probably the simple solution of the whole ques tion hid some foolish wives would go on worrying about such a trifle as this the whole day long and probably tax George with not having at tended his masonic lodged and there would be a great deal of unpleasantness in consequence No the wiscwife who wishes to have a happy home knows very well that a man if he is worth having as a husband will if ho has ever done anything that be would not care for his wife to know repent in time and of his own accord relate the entire matter as his con science will not allow him to retain it The best way is to bo amiable over mysteries such as that referred to never forgetting that tho won amiable if traced to its source means lovable and how can anyone expect to be beloved if they arc not lovable iir other words Amiable Who on earth can love a Sirs Caudle for instance and that women arc occoming store lovable every day is proved by the fact that one hts to- go backto suede an extinct typo as Mrs Candle for nn example ofihall we say an ovcrtalkativo married woman Nowadays such a typo does not exist By way of a final of advice it is well never to accuse ones husband of neglect no one is more sensible of the fact If he is guilty then ho js him self and an accusation of it is now nearly six weeks since you took me out is not likely to lead to anything except a silly rejoinder to the effect that at was impossible to lake you in Tom will no doubt in a very short time pee tho folly of his ways and thoroughly repent of his bad behavior nnd the wife will have preserved her dignity throughout which of course is a very important points y PINNED BENEATH THE WRECK OF HIS AUTO WAS CARL SON OF DAN HANNA And Eight of His Friends Were Dad HurtCar Crashed Into aiButchers Cart Now York Aug 2GA giant tourlnt car driven by Curl Hanna son of Uan Hanna and loaded with eight of hit friends crashed into a butchers cart whllo dashing from Scabrlght to As bury pork Every occupant of the Automobile was badly injured flva including Mr Hanna wore pinned bo neath the overturned wreck of the machine for holt an hour The tout men In tho butchers cart though flung 60 feet late a courtyard by tho Impact of the rushing car all oaaiped The Injured members of tho Hanna party are Carl Hanna chest gouged by broken wheel and anklo sprained Miss Ruth Sega Aslriry park ankle sprained head and neck gashed Henry Sogo her brother wrirt and ankle sprlnod Cyril Carmichael Soabrlght leg crush ed and lacerations of arms Vivian Cannlchaol hU brother wrist and ankle sprained A Hans Asbury park back brulsnd and ono rib broken Wallace Robertson Now Yoik lag and bond cut Charles lllako Elklou Md general contusions A J Scott Elk ton sprained anklo and wrists The accident came while the party was on the way homo after a grand ball given by young Hanna and his stepfather BJ K Quillo at 1aiinicla hotel Soabrlght N J to halt a hun dred wealthy friends who art living in that vicinity Miss Sega and her brother had gone over from their cottage In Asbury park for the occasion The Carmichael Sons of Thomas Carmichael the wealthy banker of New York Robert son who is a brother of George Robertson of Vanderbilt cup race fame and Mr Haas a Lcholxh Valley railroad agent are all summer residents at Soabrlght Blake and Scott are guests of Hanna and the Stalloa over the weekend COMPLETE SOMERSAULT Turned By the Auto That Killed Merrill and His Chauffeur Newport n I Aug 2GW Waldo Morrill member of a dtetlngukthed family and himself a wealthy stock broker of Boston with his chauffeur Eric Landstrom met Instant death near Sanderstown when his big tour Ing oar crashed down a steep hill and turned a complete somersault alight lag on top of iU help eas passengers In tho party were Mrs Merrill and Mrs Frederick MUllUen and Miss MII11 ken of Milton Mass all of whom wore burled beneath tho car but with tho exception of sits IlltA Mllllken escaped with a bad shaking up The girl sustained a fractured wrist and the living members of the party woro rescued from their dangerous position by P F Collier of New York who ar rived a moment after the wreck and dl rected the members of his party in the work of rescue Tho Jamming of steering gear of the big motor was tho cause of tho wreck which took placo while the machine was running a fiftyanllos an hour gall Miller and the chauffeur who were la tho front seat did all In their power to control the machine and had succeeded in shutting off tho angina beforo the enwh came They were found pinned beneath the forward part of the car while the other members of the party protected by the high back of the ton neau escaped with bad bruises Flames Swept Dynamlte Laden Ship Seattle Wash Aug 2GWith enough dynamite powder and explo elves In her hold to blow up the rocks of Qlbralter fire broke out and fanned by gales of hurricane force swept the steamship Eureka Copt Golightly on her voyage from San Francisco to this port Hut for the heroic effort of the crew every soul would hovo been blown to eternity with perhaps not enough of the vessel left to show that there had been another great tragedy of the sex Train Thrown From Track Grand Junction Col Aug 2bA report reached here that the second sec tlon of Denver t Rio Grande Passen ger Train No 6 eastbound from Salt Lake to Denver was derailed near Provo Utah and that several passen gers were killed and a number Injured A soverye storm prevails from this point and only the meager detain above given have been received Bitten By Rabid Fox Terrier Now York Aug 2GA rabhl tov ter belonging to Den Davis caused con Vernation among the women and chll dren on the beach at Coney Island and 13 persona wero bitten by tho animal Heres More Trouble St Petersburg Aug 2GGrave agrarian disturbances have broken oul in tho province of Kursk where the crops of several of tho richest land lords havo been burned Firing Was Unprovoked Tokyo Aug 2Glt Is reported that investigations made on the part of Ja pan concerning tho Prlblloff Incident of Juno 9 show that the Japanese huh ors offered no resistance whatever and tho firing by the American guards was unprovokedTen Die In Collision Paris Aug 2Glu a collision between an express and a pawengci train at Coutra France ten pets Bony were killed and 25 Injured thrttpln EMILYS SUMMER FRIEND Bhs Was Ragged But She Knew the Birds and Flowers and Trees ioU you are really nnxlouato get awny pet suppose you go alono to Spencer and well bo there In a few daysNow that her father bad givet Ma permission Emily was not slow In packing her goods for the trip find tho next day she was on the way Tho Spcncors lived In a little vil lage on tho side of a mountain and they had Invited the Grahams to spend a vacation with them Mr and Mrs Graham had yet to make ar rangements before departing but Emily had hardly known what to do with herself since school had closed and was glad of the consent to go at onco Arriving at tho little station Emily was met by Mr Spencer in a light carriage for there was still some little distance to go Sho bad seen him often In the city and so they were well acquainted with one an otherJust before they reached the home of tho Spencers they passed by an old shakylooking barn that seemed to bo kept from falling only by stout poles propped against the outside Who owns this wretched placet asked Emily with Interest We call him Peter Tumbledown answered Mr Spencer and that old A Friend In Need house over there Is where ho and his little girl lives The house looked as badly In need of repairs as the barn As she looked Emily taw dodge out of sight behind tho side of It a little girl of about her own age with a mass of tangled hair and a very tattered dross Mrs Spencer welcomed Emily cordially and alto felt at homo from tho very first Everything was so now that Kmlly found much enjoyment In her walks about the place After awhile she took longer trip from the house and often passed by tho barn of Peter Tumbledown Sometimes shn saw the ragged little girl but as Emily was Just a wo bit proud because she came from the city and besides the girl was so very very ditty looking she never spoke to her Near by was a beautiful lako with a tiny Island right In the center of It One day Entity ventured Into a boat that lay by the short and paddled out to the Iilantf Lying down to rest for a few mo ments sho fell asleep and It was late In tho afternoon when she awoke You can Imagine how frightened she was when she found thAt the boat had gone adrift and that there was no way of getting back to shore While she was wondering what to do silo saw approaching her another boat and In it the ragged girl of Tumbledown Cottage If you dont mind coming Into my boat said she shyly when quite near I can take you to land Id bo glad to gratefully replied Emily and Im much obliged to you for your trouble Emily soon learned that the little girls name was Ally that she never went to school arid that her dog Gyp was all she ever had to play with Ally really wasnt so bad once you know her and too you could not but pity her- Kmlly thanked her again as sho loft for home and they parted quite friendlyMr Mrs Graham came the next day so she had no chance to see Ally for some time After that how ever they met often and Emily soon found that although Ally had not been to school there was nothing In the country that she glad Gyp did not knowMr Graham believes that Emily learned more from Ally about grow Ing tbingq than alto ever learned In schoolEmily thinks so too and she has learned besides that though a little girl may be ragged she may still be worth while having for a friend Detroit free Press Boy Goes Over St Anthonys Falls Minneapolis Minn Anthony Aspl antis a 17yearold boy recently ar rived from Chicago shot like a cata pult over St Anthonys falls at a lato hour tbo other day and lived to tell the story Tho boy sat down on a log to roit just above tho falls Suddenly tho log slid into tho water carrying him with It Whirling turning twist lag now upon tho surface of tho wa ter new submerged tho youth held bravely on until ho reached a com paratively easy current when he swam to Spirit island Shakespeare at the Seashore Stella What was the summer re lort like 1 DIlA hamlet with Romeo Jen- 3uLN Y Bun EGGS THAT JUMP i k IA fTrick Which Will Entertain and Amuse Your Friends 7 Your friends will bo mystified COIni r plotely If you do this trick vary care fully cfTake a number if ogss remove the yolks and whites BO that only the fshells remain To elicit of these shells paste ono end of a strand of fine silk attach tho other end to one of your lagers tAngeltlNow say that you will bo able make tho eggs leap Into tho air tofmagnetising thorn with your fingers tward nn The Secret of the Trick fotcan gain a pretty effect by making thorn dance In time to tousle + TRAPPING RABBITS Why the Propoaltlon of a Storekeeper y Didnt Pan Out There are lots of rabbits In thefJJ woods back of tho rye field and got six box traps la the bun If youll see to em every morning well set the traps now This preposition mado to a 14 yearold boy says Mr Prod i Mather tho author of Men 1 Havo Fished With seemed a flho proposi tlon and tho boy Instantly agreed Ho was to put the captured rabbit In a t bag and the man who owned the tapir was to take oaro of thorn The boy w tolls the story Tho next night was clear and crisp E and oh how cold that morntag wail Tho first trap was unsprung The rto end actually hold a rabbit There was the game crouched In the far sad I lot the trap down and for a few me 1 mcuts enjoyed my triumph I was atmighty trapper I carefully adjusted the bag everithe trap and then opened IL was a third In the bellow of the tag + and then a gllmpso of MiaolhJBg gray i and A sound of 7Api 11111 aad It that really was a rabbit It was gone Tho third trap held a rabbit and with the last failure In mind great t care waa taken In arranging the bay bnt somehow the came thing hsppepeil again Tho next two traps were empty and tho sixth was sprung Remembering what Garry had said about a rabbit not biting I put In a hand and brought the animal out tome way memory falls to record hew but It does bring back tho pitiful adrt j that rang through the woods Out I hardened my heart and dropped tho I game In tho bag and started for home with my prize In triumph not unmixed1 with other feeling After pondering for a while on the escape of tho other two rabbits the recollection of those pitiful cries came up In full force Then 1 seemed to rterrlftldtaking to be killed without the excite i ment of the hunt 1 peeped into the bag Two large teyes and a trembling form were In tho corner Somehow the grip on the T mouth of tho bag was loosened the rbottom was turned up and a whlto lump cf cotton In a Held of gray went bobbing oft into the brush t When 1 entered Tom Slmmonds store 1 said to Garry Heres your bag 1 havent tot any rabbits and dont want any BOOK SHELVES AND STOOL Design for book sbelvco andetoolwhich may bo mado by tho boyar girl carpenter Tbo wood may bo 1 Jgrainedgees Herald One Reason l Why do they put tho mUlcrTi Mas on top of tho schoolhouso 1 asked thV fteacher who wanted to Instil a iitrl r A 1 otic lesson f a 1 Please maam answered tbe toad Jt boy Ita because Ute pole la there fj IFl lYE million American wom en and children are work- Ing In gainful occupations Three million of these labor outside the borne Tbcso women workers aro handicapped by t n o I r physical weakness ante un accustomed environment Yet they have entered our sharply competitive Indus trial system and must r often tako up singlehanded a strug rio for existence In which the war ware Is no less sharp because the weairons arc the tools ot manufacture and the stake the supply or failure of their dally bread Tho tact that they have been able to do this without loss of virtue and with nn Increasing degree of justice iblrool tho men who are their competi and employers proves chivalry to l o something more than a beautiful dream of tho past The groat army ot men represent ed by the American Federation of lAbor are pledged to tho fulfillment of these vows not only by tho tier which the human heart holds most snored but by the fundamental prln ciple underlying tho organizations and tho stern economical necessity that gives persistence and force to all their efforts Whoso little ones gather tbo spools and watch the endless threads of the cotton mule or run to and fro on tho counting errands of tho groat stores These aro not tho oarofully protected children of the capitalist or professional man Tho trail young girl who stands long hours behind the counter or sacrifices health and eyesight In some basement work rooms the daughter and sweetheart of a wogcworkcr In proportion as tho conditions surrounding the working mans life become loss brutalizing his finer human sentiments urge him to Insist on the protection of those bound to him by tho tondorcst ot hu man ties Tho labor organizations aro not only pledged to the protection of women anJ children workers by these most primitive and potent of human ties but by Ideals that give deeper meaning to the movement Economists assure us that wages are largely determined by tho stand ard of comfort demanded by the workers The high 1 b of tho American workman is threatened not olono by the competition of foreign ers unable to ado t butt oho by the morn Insidious Inroads due to child labor or jomf forms of fer male competition How U a child whoso Immature mind and body have been stuntod by tho deadening round of machine tending to earn pride ot racoi or attain the manly vigor neces anti to claim and defend the Jiriv llegq of his cIAss T Occasionally one of ciccptldnnf strength may overcome tho difficulties ot his youth but the majority grow tip to reinforce that class of incompetents mentally mom ally and physically who provo Wavy burdens within tho unions or with out thorn menace their fefiew work men mow seriously by their short sighted readiness to accept tho lower standard ngalnst which tho unions aro strugglingDr In a recent In vestigation of the health of women of thIS professional and working classes flails that women who have undergone 11 UM severe mental training necessary tot a professional career suffer much loss from the Ills peculiar to women than the working girls with their loRe hours of standing and confine ment Direct observers like the Van Vijlsts lay great emphasis on tho uni versally unsanitary conditions under which women work and tho resulting prevalence of nnacmto nnd distorted physiques These women will ho tho raothen of tho next generation of American workmen Tim most of fectlvo and farreaching efforts to promote class and national welfare will begin with their protection In the closing paragraphs of an ar ticle In the Annals of tho Americanw Academy of Political and Social Science Walter Mncnrthur says Tho attitude of the American trado unionist Is that ot appeal to tho spirit of Independenco And to a real action ot the truth that the workers are themselves the solo repository of power to better their lot Tho solemn lesson ot history today and everyday of our lives Is that tho workers must depend upon themselves for the Improvement of the caMUIra of ta berrl Aside from Inherited Incapacity for- ergadzatleerwarvn lave bl De terred from any ematl and talent effort to better theircondition 7 as workers by the feeling that their bmploymont was but a temporary ox pedlent from which they would bo re leased by marriage While this must continue to be true of a largo number of women workers still as a class there can bo no question of the permanence of their position In the industrial world or ot tho necessity of developing tho higher altruism which shall prompt temporary work ers to guard tho Interests ot less for tunate stators whose lives depend on tirely on their conditions ot work Notwithstanding those drawbacks to organization on tho part of tho women their Influence has not been entirely wanting In tho organizations of the past They were admitted on equal terms withthe men In tho old English crafts guilds and seem to have re celved full recognition both In tho control of tho affairs of tho guild and In the consumption of ale Womens unions were not unknown In the early annals of tho English trades unionism Wo hear of them as early as 1S33 To quote from history by Sydney and Beatrice Webb Nor were thb women neglected The grand lodge of Operative Bonnet Makers vies In activity with the miscellaneous grand lodge of tho Women of Great Britain and Ireland and tho Lodge of Female Tailors asks Indignantly whether tho Tailors order Is rnally go log to prohibit women from making waistcoats Whether the Grand Na tional Consolidated Trades Union was responsible for tho lodges of Female Gardeners and Ancient Virgins who afterward distinguished themselves In tho riotous demand for an eight hour day at Oldhatn Is not clear Whllo women have been admitted to membership In tho older more eon servative mens unions for ovor 20 years their greatest advance In num bers and Influence has been during tho last ten years Today women not only sit us members In tho central labor unions of tho great cities but also exercise tho full rights ot dole gates In the American Federation ol tabor They have not received such recognition In any othnr national or ganization of men That tide greajt central body has complete faith In a wise use ot what ever power they may help put Into the lands of women Is proven by tho adoption of the following resolution to favor of woman suffrage which was Introduced by Vice President Duncan at the 1003 meeting Ilosolvod That the best Interests ot labor require the admission of womcpla full citizenship toy matter ot justice to them and as n necessary step toward Insuring and raising the scale of wngftp for hlV Tho I bor organizations have die covered that tha1 principle of union Jim aro as to consumption ns to production they are trying to influence the demand for tho finished product as well aa tho condition under which It Is made They hope to do lids by means of the union label In the recently published prize essay on tbe subject Macarlhursayai The label cnllsta and arms la labors cause those elements which determine tho lssuoof every cause In Civilized society namely the women and chit drenIn many places there are womens union labol leagues organized to pro mote the demand for unlon made goods Tho Ipstlncts of woman and the Interests ot labor are conjoined in the union label Both stand for cleanli ness morality the care of the young the sanctity of tho home both stand against strife and force The union label makes woman the strongest as she Is tho gentlest of Gods creatures One has only to look over the roe ords of the American Federation ol Labor to realize that the labor organ zatlons aro unqualified in their con demnatlon of child labor Over ten years ago President Oompers declared the damnable system which permits young and Innocent children to have their very lives worked out of them in factories mills workshops and stores Is ono of tho very worst of labor grievances ono which thetradQ unions have protested against for years and In tho reformation ot which Wo shall never cease our agitation until we have rescued thorn and placed them whoro they should be In tho schoolroom and tho playground Since then the president and delegates have repeated and Indorsed thoso sent ments so often that they aro now looked upon RI axiomatic the last committee on tho presidents report remarking that the child belongs In the school and on the playground in stead of in the workshop and factors 13 as well known and recognized bj thoso BQt bjlntlcd personal inter eats as Is the multiplication table ONE OF BOYHOODS WOES Simple Recital of a Tragedy of the Baseball Field Over In tho vacant lot back of Jim role Jonas homo tho Mudlarks and the Terrors were engaged In a baseball duel to tho death It was tho last halt ot tho eighth Inning Tho score stood five to four In favor ot the Mudlarks Jlmmlo Jones the best pitcher of them nil was In the box for the Mudlarks and the way he sped them through was working havoc with the hopes of tho TerrorsThe Terrors were at bat A man passed to first an error and they had a runner at third Jlmmlo Jones set tied down to pitch and struck the next two batters out A run would tie the score Grimly tho Mudlarks settled to tho task ot shutting out the Terrors Tense excitement reigned Jimmie Jones stood serene and strong as an adamant wall and tho best batter of the Terrors approached tbe batters boxA Mudlark rooters thin and strained voice arose Trop twisters and a fan out Jlmmlo Do boys aro all wid youDeliberately Jlmmlo Jones twirled the ball In his fingers preparatory to speeding through a deceptive shoot The baserunner at third danced forward and back again toady to take desperate chances to tie the score Seldom had so critical a stage been reached on the field Still Jlmmlo stood twirling tho ball The hopes of the Mudlarks rested with him At length Jlmmlo Jones gave a final twirl to the ball swung his arm about like a windmill and prepared to send the whizzing sphere across the plate Hut a sound broke the stillness Across tho back fence that skirted the field a womans voice came clear shrill not to be denied Jlmmlo Jones you come homo and rock your little brother to sleep this minuteSlowly the tenso muscles of Jimmie Jones relaxed The ball stopped In midair The great arm of the Mud larks star pitcher dropped as It par alyzed A look of great pain came upon his taco and his fingers grow nerveless limpNever mind her Jlmmle shouted the Mudlark rooter Finish out do game hut Jimmie Jones was undone lie put his suspenders back on his shoul dots passed the ball to the umpire and with his proud head bowed made hIs way to whore his coat lay In a pile Youso fellers dont know mo mud der was all hesaid Git anudder pitcher Ho walked off the field leaped the back fence and was lost to view while tho Terror batsman drove a three bagger and the cheers of tho Terrors apprised JimmIe of the full force of tbo tragedy Eagle Kite Fooled Kingfishers Seven boys entered their miniature airships for the annual kiteflying con test open to children ot the public and parochial schools which took place the other afternoon In Gencssee Valley park Interest was lent to the contest ban odd Incident showing that the birds of the air may be tooled bj the cleverness ot man Allng Drown had a kite made In Imitation of an Amer ican eagle and when it spread Its wings to tho breeze and rode away Into tho air it looked like a real king of the air- Indeed so perfect was the Imita ion that aatho beautiful kite soared over one of the trees In the park In rising two largo kingfishers saw the strange fowl and uttering their shrill cry of battle left the tree and follow ed the kite high into the air They wheeled and circled around their new enemy but such was their awe ot the majestic bird they did nbt venture to push hostilities to the actual point of contnct This eagle kite took the first prize Rochester Herald Saved Wounded Pigeon The archdeacon of London in an address on the growth of what he culled the instinct ot rescue told of something ho had done recently that had given him great pleasure Coming out of the house ot commons one day he noticed a pigeon that had been run over lying In the road Ho called the nttentlon of a police constable to tho little heap of crippled feathers and asked what were bust to be dope nest to kill it said tho constable But I couldnt do that said the archdeacon Picking up the brd ho put It Inside his coat and took it home Ho managed to set the broken bone of the leg and After tending tho patient tenderly for two months had tho pleasuro ot seeing it restored to Its former condition and fly joyously away to rejoin Its comrades on the roof of tbo house ot commons Stage Money Representatives of tho theater trust searching abroad for talent chanced upon a London dance hall singer We will give you 50000 n week a ten years contract you need appear onlx 20 minutes each night and you have an Individual press agent they told her Ilut will you Ire me a lawyer by the year to hattend to me divorce haf fare she naked They agreed to this readily and the uplift of tho stage was assured VeryApproprlate- putlmull Porter commented the stranger Thats a queer namo for cigarettes Why do they bear that name I- Because they are flllvertlpped sir replied the tobacconist NATIONS LONG DRINK Amounted to 1800000000 Gallons of Alcoholic Beverages In 1906 An editorial on The Nations Drink Bill in the current number of the American Grocer says the consumption of alcoholic beverages In tbo United States reached highwater mark last year amounting to over 1800000000 gallons or about 22 gal ions for each person including the babies Tho consumption of beer alone wis nearly 1700000000 gallons or 20 gallons per capita As all of the population are not users of beer says the editorial It Is probable that those who consume malt liquor each ute every year from 7C to 100 gallons The cost to the people of the bever ages used Is said to have been 1CC7 083010 last year Commenting on tho cost the editorial says Tho country was amazed when the Fiftyeighth congress appropriated nearly 1000000000 for the various branches of the United States government while the people do not wince at spending nearly 1500000000 every year for alcoholic beverages That sum Is one fllth the total value of all of the farm products of the nation estlmaTcd by Secretary of Agriculture Wilson at 7000000000 The nations liquor bill is 1450 000000 Its corn crop of 3000000000 bushels Is valued at 1167000000 The liquor bill Is double the value of the wheat crop more than twice the value ot the yield of cotton or more than tho combined value of all the wheat and cotton grown In the United States The liquor bill Is two and onehalf times greater than the value ot the hay crop Regarding the steady Increase In the consumption of alcoholic hover ages In this country In recent years the writer of the editorial asks Is this gain in the use of nltobollc stimulants due to a stronger national appetite for strong drink or docs the absorption of 1000000 foreigners Into the population every year tend to en hance the demand for spirituous liquorsAnd might not we ask If the in creasing agitation on the lines of socialism anarchy and labor disputes be not In a measure due to the char actor ot the nations beverages HOW THE STATES STAND Survey of the Temperance Movement In the United States The following survey of the results of temperance agitation throughout the union will be of great Interest The Impetus of the movement Is now almost Irresistible Alabama Twothirds under prohibi tlonArkonsoBFlftyseen counties un der prohibition Connecticut Fiftyfive per cent of territory Under prohibition Florida Twentyone counties under prohibition Georgia One hundred and twenty counties under prohibition Indiana Sixtyfive per cent of territory under prohibition Kentucky Ninetyfive counties un prohibitionLoulslanaFlgbty vo per cent of territory under prohibition Maryland Slxtyflvo per cent of territory under prohibition Massachusetts Two hundred and forty towns to 100 with saloons Missouri Fortyone counties under prohibition Mississippi Sixtyfive counties un der prohibition Minnesota Ono county and 123 vil lams under prohibition Nebraska Forty per cent of terri tory under prohibition OhioEighty per cent of territory under prohibition 68 per cent ot the municipalitiesRhode Forty per cent of territory under prohibition TennesseeOnly 14 towns and cities have saloons Texas One hundred and fiftyseven counties under prohibition Vermont Ninety per cent of territory under prohibition Virginia Seventythree counties ua der prohibition West VlrglnlaThlrtytwo counties under prohibition Watch prohibition growl Alcohol and Workhouses Although the number of workhouses where Intoxicating liquors are served to inmates is gradually decreasing In Great Britain no less than 40000 a year Is being spent by poor law authorities on beer wines and spirits for Inmates Only 2300 of that amount was spent on stimulants as medical necessities When masters of workhouses assert that drink accounts for from 50 to 70 per cent of the Intnntee It seems ridiculous says a leading London paper to ply them with more liquor at the expense of the ratepayers Would Provide Wine A new mayor was recently chosen for tbo city of Leeds England and he accepted the office Being a total abstainer Instead ot providing the citys guests with wino ho donated what he probably would have spent for that ptirposo2600to teed halt starved children of the city I 1855 Berea College 1907r8 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSI Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all j Over 60 tnitraclori 1175 students frea 27 slates Largest college library ja Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student Can beplaced with others like tv himselfwhere hecan make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1ITHE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced etudents Arllhnietio and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Btblo Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free toil books TRADE COURSES for any irtio have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The must practical 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Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berca College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money ro called 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 people who are supporting Here In order that It may train young melt and women for lives of uscfulnoss OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to proteot 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 maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents fn Barea live In College buildings nod assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Somo who heed to earn more may by wrVttas qtJe Scjeyvry before coming secure extra employment so as to euro from 60 cents to one dollar a wcol- cPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the bos4 but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles of cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay lor cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 1135 a week IB the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week la fall and spring 60 coats tn winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return ot room key library books tie This Is paid but once and fe returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for owe of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction U a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 4 00 la lower Model Schools 800 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the halt term InBtnllmaias are aa follows FALL 14 weeks 52950in ODe payment t2900 Installment plan tint day 2108 Including 109 deposit middle ot tern 045- WINTER12 weeks 29oola one payment IMM Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by persslsstea before the emd ofTa term receive back for money oflvaaced On board la full except that ao allowance is made for any Iractlosj of a week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance tee any fracUoa of a month On Incidental fee a certificate al lowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided tt Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you pave wade your Journey ad are well started In school It pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the fall term U September 11 1907 For Information or friendly advice wrKeto the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes they eyes of the mea aad boys who nee fc The mouatafo people like a good thing when they see It and to gel a 15 sent knife with two blales of razor steel and a dollar paper thalis w dhmondo the ssountatm people thae say other dollar pipes lathe world The Knit and The Citizen for One Dollar That brlDM la uOaatltlloaa all tM has ice full pretty- Wlee paPll J ITHE HOME I Conducted by Hrs Jennie letter Hill A Schaol Girls Outfit We are often naked what a girl coming to Berea to school ought to bring to wear We believe in plain dressing in Berea not only because it is more economical but because a girl who is to do her best work in her studies can not give much time and thought to her clothes A noolen skirt with shirt waists la the most sensible for schoolwear Light or medium weight serege bt flannel made up without a lining can be washed when soiled nod is bettor than heavier goods for such a suit Make the skirt plain without pleats and your laundry bill for washing and pressing will be cut in balll plain blouse or sailor waist to match makes a neat girlish and inexpensive school suit that will be just tho thing here or at any school In color the best choice is a dark blue as it shows soil and lint less than black and does not spot like brown It is more universally becoming than any other color as the blond girl can wear it with a white collar and ribbon to natch her dress while her brunette sister may brighten it up with a dark red tie Gray is also a good color but looks colder and is not so generally becoming to any but pink and white complexions- As the girl rooming in a college dormitory has no chance to do her own washing she must bring with her colored underskirts or her laundry bill will bo very heavy Black sateen at 12or 15 cents a yard is probab ly the best material for such underskirts Make then plain or with only one four inch ruffle around this bottom For the short petticoat for warmth use colored outing flannel but avoid tho bright colors that will fade and run when washed There are pretty pink and white or blue and white flannels that wash beautifully costing about 10 cents per yard Good warm underwear for winter with lighter weight for fall wear two suits of each kind are absolutely necessary For the winter night dresses the outing flannels nro best and for warmer weather plain muslin ones cither bleached or unbleached The unbleached muslin usually wears best and improves with each washing Make these and all other underclothing without ruffles or trimming nnd so save washing bills and mending for lace will tear and embroidery will split and the laundry charges according to the time it takes to iron a garment 1THE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School fly Prof Dlntmore Part 4Tho School In Progress 4 Goodwill among pupils The successful disciplinarian is not con tent with obedience unless it be cheerfully and willingly rendered A sul len and forced obedience is better than none but it is far from satisfactory Not only must good order be maintained but the pupils must be kept in good humor A happy frame of mind is essential to the best results Pupils must be in good mind toward each other as well as toward the teacher Strife envy jealousy bitterness will almost if not quite ruin a school Such feelings are not uncommon in many places and always work to the detriment of all concered The best remedy is to treat all with tho samo unfailing respect and courtesy The poor and tho 11 clad may be as sensitive to kindness and to courtesy as any but whether they are or not they should receive only the best possible treatment The next best way to produce harmony is to have all engage in the same exercise At least twice a day all should join in a song A few verses of scripture may be read responsively with tho teacher after which all may unite in the Lords Prayer Some of the regular exercises of tho- schootaro better done in unison Writing and drawing aro examples A story read or told by the teacher one that appeals to all alike of patriot ism brotherly kindness or sacrifice for others will do mnch toward uniting I tho school in good fellowship A free and open discussion is often con ducive to the general good feeling of the school but the teacher must guard against personal or acrimonious remnrksIIf there are any deep seated animosities that cannot be reached by such means as tho above then the teacher must take hold of it with tho persons concerned and try to effect a reconciliation Point out to then the folly of holding enmity and spite and urge them to forget all past dif ferences and be friends- It will not do for the teacher to listen tc tales of mistreatment told by either side or if he must linten let it bo without comment and particularly let him not be led into committing himself as to whether the alleged actions of any one were good or bad He must stick to the point that no matter how disagreeable matters were in tho past they should now be forgotten and a new start made Emphasize the fact that it is noble to forgive and and that he who forgives most acts the noblest If any teacher finds a feud or quarrel to deep nnd bitter for present reconcilitation that there nro two such families or sets of families in his district and that enmity of the parents lilts been handed down to tho children on either side then his best plan will be to ignore it so long as peace reigns If strife shows signs of breaking out he will havo to tako the matter firmly in hand He should determine who are the leaders and without in the least taking sides tell them that peace must be maintained If they cannot be friends they must treat each other with the respect due enemies in a place where fighting is out of the question Let each sfda give half of the roadand let there be no communication nor cause of of fense In this way strife can be avoided until the flame of hatred has a chance to die down Tho extremes of happiness and misery are bound in this one matter of good or ill will Whore harmony reigns there is deIghtj where discord prevails there can be no pleasure A happy cheerful forgiving diapos tion on the part of the teacher will almost insure a pleasant school ills spirit of good will will be caught by all and its enjoyment only realized jokesslnothing like laughter to shako it up- Continue Nod Week 4 Berea the Mountain Colleges Cootlaued from page three him the right to complete the work at any time within four terms Besides the Incidental Fee thole who take stenog raphy mid typewriting must pay the special fee4 shown on page 27 All must take stenography or booKkeeping For other expanses advantages regulations etc see pages 1626 Studies in thick type are required the student elects as many others as his assigning officer judes he can pursue to advantage It is of great advantage to man in business to have some education outside tridtly business lines Fall Term asHlletorlmlllhloa I Practical Grammar a 5 Spelling t- Icumamhlp j STypeWritiog Civics 3 Iookkecplag 4 3 I Fall Terse Commercial Lnw3 4OreatAuthors Stenography t j FIRST YliAR Wi1fr Term SJChetorlcnlb 1 SSpellingi SUBookkeeping b 5 SECOND YEAR Winter Term 5lilbleCompetition Rbet a 3 45teOOltTlrh Sfnnf Tern Cnmiiiorel Arllh e ilillvloexlractlcal Grammars 5 Penmanship j 5Typewriting 8JIookkecplog SPnne Tenn 5JllbleComposition Khet 4 3 4StenographyBotany 3 FARMERS ACADEMY COURSE This course gives the education neededbyevr farmer at the present time It shows how to make R farmers life prosperous and attractive The young man who completes this course will be able to make the most out of his farm and be fitted for a place of honor and influence in his neighborhood Many farmers young and old find it very profitable to take such parts of this course as they can in the win ter term even though they can only be in Derca a few weeks The studies given in the winter are made especially practical Incidental Feesooa term For other expenses etc see pages 1626 Studies in thick type are required for the others any branches in the General Academy course may be substituted provided the student is able to carry the work done by the class Each student is expected to take in all twenty lessons a week FoJJl Tit snlleloriMIlllble a i SDmwrOg SUSAril frrm snhlurltllllilorf I sgeneral 3SdolIth 5Dwtec iU3Ilhoturlml Jleast Clem5Rlbka r- eelE4 YEAR I17nIer 5ItIlorllllblr 3UY1IAK Iiwrrr Yarn Unnlmnt Illlilo AlKftra a3Rhct39dWie oSUhtnrlMI sOIIIetallltlMtY 4IIIIftdIkIII fAnaomokJr Ttrm lluthnmlry s- lllehletIAIRky Sfiiof MnnnciiiFiitA AIKyCel See also the free in sing ng and the agricultural lectures in the Model Schools HOME SCIENCE ACADEMY COURSE This course gives the education needed by young woman at the present time The vnluo of the and the making of country lifo and more attractive are the control thoughts in this depart mont Young women who complote this work well be able to make their own garments in suitablo to provide food properly cooked and served to give care in ordinary sickness and will have the general intelligence which homomakor Incidental Fee 500 a term For other oxponsos etc see 1530 Studies in thick type arc required for the others any branches taught in the General Academy course may be substituted provided the studont is able to carry the work done by the class student Is expected to take in all twenty lessons a week lONi7Mar Hrrssmnklng a S Itlirtorlral a tlllblr a t WI 1no elute II I StinedW 11 JAti S JI 1 2 A I1 8IUST Tina 2 MJociitfon a 3 ShtOND Tires oS Ittiruirlnil t j i I1R8T YltAR Hbw Slam Jlrt uinltlii b S t 1 lllliln i Et A 4 VII History 113BCOKD YKAIt WIIIW Tha 11111s I cdaa ltW J Id cull 3 Sfn Htsteryj Farm J- Illirtorlrnl nCII classes ovary home homo batter style good every needs pages Each Ithvtorltnl Itlieturlrnl rmI- reuusklhg 1Khftorlrnlflute 3Iltalnrknlllllln WilIeSea also the Apprentice Course in Nursing the Free Classes in singing the Cabinet Organ and the work Home Science given in the Model Schools PREPARATORY ACADEMY COURSE This course prepares students to enter either of the Collegiate courses at Beron or to enter any other col loge Its standards pf scholarship are accepted by the best institutions in the country and its graduates have uniformly taken high Many of them have won distinguished honors at Yale and other institutions best repute Incidental Foe 600 For othor details see pages 1626 FIRST YEAR Par Tw- a Ikit qeawtap iSaileal qmtiisMr 1JMt 1ex2H- b lrltiMya a- full t 1Wwo I IiNnbr Twa- tayfeaeteIallu b34 EJFIJ1t3YEAR lJIItIr 1ertfi + p- 4Ii1RA r YEAR- RrleAartaaw iJ e- Mt i i4 wb1I I t tAlumni e 4 U J Tirol J e I e I J t 11 Term 1 in rank of SMt r URf5tt 3 2JfJWccs Wt1l ntest 1 tki 1 1 Tarn c 4 iRhatorklalble lfonLt1Ie shre coareh pregass a student to eater tile to Csjttagr or yepr bt 11M 3Ataory tHM TotaMTtke Ctstostel CnHBtjt5oJUi o tau Grab Hr ing W thief TOM to sloe1 nriifm MM lkeh t1e follwlur Pr Obaaee s- lhetotoaI t- MJICONI Tirnv iII YAR- 4g rwl IPr 4 3 r1 S 8 5 aaawe Sr etIMr BctCBtile Iltrayfje Ikw IIOttItTlt raa- velst1 t 4 4ntWilleIIDescription WorkAcademyI Christian Retigitn nlWeCUM t CII1 the Jtiuat te lUnbtM ulbk Csd ed Sue 1u d fIUer ChrfL MWe CUuT Now tttUmtuiUlttnctcn Amid TMtament lUHaty Commtreial Studies Tutor Juchhoff COMMIIKCIAI ARIT1UrrlCUe Rogers ndWtllktnaaerks- a lUptanalton nud ptaeUee td tctire complete cainratnd thc fundamental procevt of computation b lUerohe to secure rapidity met accuracy In the neceuary prbceete In commercial traouctloua t e Ix rclae to ICCtlre cone and accurate vrqrkin the proceiaea of btuliicis Devices for abbreviating and proving tualliematlcal contpuUtlina Thru the year live periods a wok COMMHUCtAIGKOGRAriIYiA tudy of our country and of the world In reference to different cllmaeaand localities and their products Natural w advantages for production and manufacture natural and artificial law or traniportntlon Direction for travel and the planning of imaginary journeys Doth the general Geography and the Pbyalcal Geography aa used In the Academy courne of Berea College will be taken aa works of reference and aupplenientyl lecture and discussion Flue a week- COMMERCIAlIAWTheprlndpletofconimonandstatutory law a ppllnt to the ordinary transaction of life especially commercial life Con tract financial liability it ponlbllity of agents sights of vulva heft creditors etc fartnerihlp corporation legal fee ource of legal knowledge Some manual with lectures and dllllllollsPersons taking Commercial taw should have taken Civil Government prevloullyIJJOOXKUIiPJNO The Williams System Ilk The object la to give a thoro explanation of the principle of double entry bookkeeping and their application In this work the student receive large predict In the use I of the Salcs olr111vlcebook and Cashbooks tAn the ysrr three periods o wstk In thlalln periods In winter and t y1 Continual ea peg tight S eOO ift i I AM THE MAN WHO I SELLS THE LANDTown property in JJerei and farm lands art advancing In I vffl buyingI for nnlo gK I have ono farm well located containing 100 acres 80 tom land n Ono on It now good buildings woll I and lying along bcslilu county which ImprovedIfor stun of 1700 I have another tract ui land containing 180 acres or lllnnd 40 nerds bottom land This lantl ordinarily oflandM I have beautiful property In Jlorea now for sale I taro four building lots in the ust yet unsold price 1100 each ono nerd In each lot II have three cottages In tho Rest end lots containing an nero each 1 can you any one of these lots nt UliO inch TlioHo are evidently the host bargains you will have for a afro hOlllo In Another hlr BoonIbuilding good w I If you want town I nm your man Anything you want sold tots mo J P BICKNELL 0 REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT Jh 11a aStaSe3ehtkStsdaW rt eilrltAkAaOLlatit7altwo5wl w eltltaw wrlattle A NEW STORE IN BEREA t1q Itus a nil a best goods obtainable for the price Wo are distributors for the well known Bakers DarrfDcton flail Steel Cut Coffeethu best to JiIi a bo hail in Huron Try a can and you will always want tho original v S Steel Cut Coffee JC You will find a hQr in counter hero at all times and bo Rstv your you In or g ware but you will get a square deal when you como toa Q J i R R HARRIStIPhono 10 Drannamnn Bldg S- fr Agont for Nnvon Laundry MAIN ST fc Q 1Kt1NlgelI leJlll61l1H1Mi4Mbtk1btbUbts ll itAiaaA 4itrCA31 itkdSlhkljtcie5111 k7W I Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cocr The busy anythingtromChrUtmat turkey Still it looks jut as neat as any heater made It is alr llght beingenthusiastic Pine Cast Iron tops and bottoms snaking it last for years Ithout repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA IT HEATSAND Cool7asTOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made More Than 25000 in Prizes I A Stile lair ribbon hoe the backing of the Ccmmonwesllh ol Kentucky Its a trophy with a big isle undo troa the BOM that ccossytnles 1- ULowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I COBS and bring all the folks and the allendsnce will he swelled to the moth docked gigue t a quitter million la six treat days See oar new grounds and new bolldlaf coitletf 275000 sltel sad concrete stand mammoth exhulilota buns Isiteii trotting track In the world Trotting Faclaf Running Bsccs DaUll An amusement running way Into thousands ot dollar united with exhibition plan never belore attem- ptedSEPT162ilgo1r J LOUISVILLE Ct KasbeBhB8 ia his piMeafMcirrrtei alrskitttke Barrel ol Ihe ceatary with dally tlights and eialiltleas sad a sitght rkU la the air by a searchllght I Btllooa rellth most exciting ol aerial tpertti tad a captive balloon I- Seasatloaal acrobatic aria tree each day I And the WNW greatest Ihlflg color page of asaeemeat ester prt MI ISBSII Ksfihsltaa Beach lire works tad the gigantic rerheael i Is treat ol tile grand siad Three concerts dally by Nsllsllo tad kit proaief bud ol tUly artists bom the Lead ol Hula Beawsiw till Kentucky State yak wee created br the Kentucky Letltlal eat Is gives Baler the awokM at the Koatacky State Board of IfrkaHtwe Write Rae ctHloM tad Ulssnte4 AtMtifUit book- S L HUf Its Secretary UtUrUX r ROOT ISRECOVERJNC nECAININQ HIS HEALTH AND ENERGY AT MULDOONS NO OCCASION FOR WORRY L Nat Spent Three Weeks at Sanltarlur Unknown to Public Received One Visit from the President New York oretnry of Btnt Kllhu Root who has nlread spent throe weeks at tho farmsanl torlum of William C Muldbon ox champion wrqstlor near White Plains taking Mr Muldoons course of ath letlc treatment for a severe attack of nervous exhaustion expects to com plolo his cure In two weeks more Hi is now well on the road to complete recovery and nil reason for appre hension about his health seems to havo disappeared On tho qulot faun among the Wet Curator hills to secluded that tho coo retary of stale was enabled to pass three weeks thoro and bo visited by the president of tho United State before his whereabouts wore discover ed by tho public Mr Hoot has flossed up put on a healthy coat of tan lost the drawn worried look of tho early summer and will go back to Washing ton as Mr Muldoon phrases It the strongest mombur of the cabinet not oven barring Taft During the first two weeks of his stay ho gained a pound a day acquir ing therewith such a stock of energy that ho was able Friday to ride 18 tulles walk three miles and In addi lion to the usual course of exercise V 10 with the big medicine ball box 16 vigorous minutes with Muldoon When visited Friday on the veranda of the Muldoon residence his face showed good color lips eyes were clear And his hand steady Ho looked a trifle tired but otherwise well Mr Root asked to bo excused from talk lag about his health but his appear ance was a sufficient contradiction of the exaggerated reports of a complete breakdown JIll phyal lan visited him but left without making any ar rangement for bis return According to Mr Muldoon Secretary Hoot when as arrived WAS suffering from nervous exhaustion the result of overwork cad strain COSTLY BLAZES IN PITTS BURG Two Fires Ccute Damage estimated at 936000- 0Ilttabnrs PaTwo fire Thursday earned by Uw xpkwkw of sasaHM In rlntbmi prwwlac MUbllabsMftUi caused dams wtl Mtl at MOtM and for a than UmMwttl Uw entire sail will warless of this olty The grit fire Woke mt shortly before BOOH it the Club PrMMias St Cleaning eowniiys place at 6181 Penn avMiM The three story brick IwlMlBC was ilMtroyed and 14 om ployes were rwevetl tram lie windows by flremm Tbe icool fire was more serious and before H was controlled seven buildings were wiped out Tho blato started In the Kntarprlse Pressing compsnyH shop at W7I Coater avenue About two oclock nail spread with great raptdlty east ned west A number of automobile garages In the neighborhood had quantities of gasoline on hand and barrels and tanks of the fuel were removed from the vicinity A hundred or more auto mobiles were run out of the garages and for a tlmo lined either curb of a block several blocks from tho burn Ing district Tho lumen made a great roar and leaped Into the air 50 feet above the burring buildings Iletwecn tho burn Ing block and the handsome East Lib arty market house only a narrow lot intervened and grave fears were on tortnlncd lest the market should catch This building escaped how eves but for the scorching of the east aide and the shattering of the win lows Shortly after tour oclock the lire was declared to be under control Four firemen were hurt during the lighting of the fire I Swedish Prince at Newport Newport It ITho Swedish Irlnce4Vllbelmhero Thursday from Jamestown Va The prince was entertained at dinner by Mrs Stuyvcsant Flah and later at tended a dance given by Mrs Edward J Kenvlnd Salutes were exchanged between the cruiser and Fort Adams and the Ilolna Mercedes flagship of Rear Admiral John Merrill commanding tho second naval district as the cruiser entered the harbor Money for Crop Movements New York The first consider able transfer of currency to tho west for the movement of crops and other interior needs of tho country was made by tho subtreasury Friday Five hundred thousand dollars was transferred to Chicago and another half million to San Francisco New Professor for Notre Dame South head IndDr James C Monoghan of Washington D C has been appointed to tho chair of cce nomlcs at Notro Dams university Ho Is at present chief of the consular roo ports of the Bureau of Statistics Berkshire Hog Sells for 5500 JancEVllle WlsBtnr Master piece a Berkshire hog formerly own ed by tho Wisconsin stato university was sold at tbo Whitehall Ill hog tale Friday to residents of Klrksvllle J1U for 5500 CALLS THE NEGROES GUILTY QGN MYER3 REPORT TOUCHES ON BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR Garrison Removed From Fort Brown as Result Commander Urges Better Pay and Canteen Washington That Urlg Gen Albert L Myer commanding the deportment of Texan think tho col ored troops shot ui nruwnsvlllo Tax last August Is shown by his an nual report After calling tho affray a lamotitnblo occurronco which Is still shrouded In mystery to a groat extent ho says However It soemn to have been established that on UA night In ques tion a few enlisted men of tho first battalion Twentyfifth Infantry then garrisoning Fort Drown did go armed Into Urownsvlllo and do some promis cuous firing reuniting lu the death of ono civilian one horse and tho wound log of ono policeman It has been Im possible to Identify tho Individuals who actually did the firing Undoubt edly there was at tho time mutually bad blood between a part of tho gar rison of Fort Urown and somo of the citizens of Urownsvlllo and this fact must to some extent account for tho occurrenceAs of the occurrence Fort Ilrown has been deprived of a saint son and the reservation has been tem porarlly transferred to tho depart ment of agriculture- In line with qther department com manders Gen Myer lakes the ground that tho pay of enlisted men should be Increased particularly of noncommls coned afflcers He favors legislation Increasing tho Infantry by at least ten regiments of full peace strength and ho declares that the continuing absence of so many offlcers renders wore apparent and evident the neces sity for some legislation giving two of Rears at least to a company or troop at all times Gun Myer renews the recommenda tion of most of his predecessors rela tive to the removal of the canteen restrictions on the sale of malt liquors Ho says thero has been about 8 per cent deoreaso fa limo number of trials by court martial and tho num ber of trials for desertion far ex coeds that of any other crime or charge EDDY CASE ENDS SUDDENLY Next Friends File Motion to Dis wits Their Plea Concertl X ILA sudden though not wholly uMxpoetad ending of tho masters Iag la connection with tN suit IN equity brought by relatives of Mrs Mary Rak r G BUOy leader of time Christina aeiwea faith Dame In UM superior courtroom hero Wednes day ChAndIlerMMMUTS a motion with the superior court to dismiss their aatton The suit was brought on the ground that Mrs Kddy being Incompetent os aceount of age and infirmities to manage hoe own affairs was the vie tim of poisons associated with hor In Christian ScJeeeo work who wore named as defendants In tho equity suit The masters were appointed by the superior court to determine the question of sirs Kddys competency and hearings before them have been In progress for several days The reason for tho petition for dls missal at mudo known at tho hoar Ing Wednesday by Mr Chandler was the belief that success along the lines desired could not bo obtained and the unprofitableness of any Immedl ate result of n decision in favor of the next friends In the exact Issue as now framed compared with tho bur dons and disadvantages to be endured both before and after such a decision Paymaster hotRobbed Philadelphia William H Hicks Ailmaster for tho Schaum ill Uhllncor company textile machinists In the northeastern section of the city was hold up and robbed of 6000 within a short distance of the machine shops Wednesday br two highwaymen one of whom shot him In the right arm Mill hands pursued John Poslckl salt to bo tho robber Ho jumped on a street car but tho pursuers pulled down the trolley pole and caught him Tho stolen money was found lying In an opon Ibt across which Poslckl had fled- Cortelyou Will Try New Plan Now YorkSecretAry of tho Treas ury Cortelyou announced Friday a now plan of depositing government funds In Now York Boston and other cities to afford relief to tho money market In tho approaching crop move ment period Mr Cortelyou will com mencing next week place each welt at such points In tho country as ho shall designate government funds to such an amount as ho deems sufficient to prevent an acute monetary strin gency and posalblo panic when the de maud for money Is greatest New York Meat Drivers Strike Now York Drivers and stablomen employed nt the wholesale beef pack ing houses went on strike Thursday night i They demand a uniform work ing week of GO hours and an increase In wages Earthquake In Lesser Antilles St Thomas D W LA sharp earth quake was felt Thursday morning on the islands of Guadeloupe and Domin len Several strong shocks have boon reported from the island of St Lucia this we SOLDIERS ARE ASKED FOR WIRE COMPANIES APPEAL TOI MISSISSIPPI GOVERNOR Claim Their Officer Are In Danger Citizens of Greenwood Threaten Manager Jackson Miss Gor Vardaman was asked Thursday to call out troops to protect tho telegraph offices at Holly Springs Grenada and Greenwood Tho appeal was made by Supt Terhuno of tho Western Union company who said tho operators had been driven from the office In the twc tpwns first named and that tho mana ger at Greenwood had been threatened and abused by tho citizens of that place The governor replied that dupt Terhune should appeal to the courts and If they are unable to enforce the measurelllurChicago Officials of tho West era Union and Postal Telegraph com panies were called upon Thursday to prove to the public their ott repeat ed elalms that they are handling all their business satisfactorily President Small of the Telegraph ors union said the companies were nut telling the truth and he challeng ed them to throw open their operat ingroom for Inspection by an Impartial committee of business men that the public might know the real facts about existing conditions Mr Small says such a committee will find tho operating rooms filled with managers of branch offices com pany officials and dummies with here and there a reel operator and that only such business as makes the boot showing of results the tickers ana the work of the great business houses la being cared for while tho public at large Is not gutting service When President Smalls suggestion was convoyed to the company officials the statement was made that Investi gation must be made from outside tho operatingrooms and tho decision must rest with the business community at large which they assort Is regaining confidence and turning In moro and moro business EXSPEAKER MILLER IS DEAD Wu Driven from Chair When Muel ler Dill Wa Passed In 1903 St Louis John henry Miller of McLeansboro 111 who was speak er of tho Illinois house of represen tatives In 1803 when the Mueller law was passed died hero at the Wash ngton hotel of acute pancreatic affec tion Ho came here ten days ago from Chicago Miller was driven from the speak ors chair to permit tho passage of tho Mueller enabling law in a tempest uoua session Ho was literally chased out of the assembly hall by infu dated members after the gavel Jiqd been snatched from his shaking hands Several of Millers friends shielded him from from the flats of tho irate members but a score were hurt la tho melee and when It was all over Charlie Allen was chosen speaker pro tem and tho Mueller law was passedTry to Dynamite Train Crlpnjo Creek ColAn attempt was made about noon Thursday to blow up tho incoming Short Line pas senger train with dynamite at St Peters Dome midway between Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs Every window In the last car was broken A similar attempt was made to blow up tho same train at Duffield Wednesday Tho dynamiters escaped but the sheriff la on their trail Pretty Girl Accused of Theft Chicago Miss Rose Halncs n beautiful convent graduate who car red off the honors of her class a prominent church yorker of Hyde Park and tho daughter of one of the wealthiest men of Bridgeport Conn is a prisoner In a Hyde Park police station cell accused of theft The principal charge against Miss llamas is that she stole two largo diamonds valued at GOO from u house where she was a guest and then pawned them Tho police say she lost 75000 on the open board of trade MORE MONEY IN LOW FARES Effect of the TwoCent Law In Mlnne iota Shown St Paul MinnThough tho Injunc ion suits now In the federal court In which the state has been made a do fendant are principally directed ai the commodity rate law the twocent passenger law Is also involved and In anticipation of trouble Attorne General Young and his assistants have just compiled figures covering tho passenger law that are startling The figures are tho roads own com pllatlons furnished at the request ol the railway and warehouse cotnmls lion and show that the twocent pas singer law Instead of being conflsca tory Is directly tho reverse The fig urea furnished tho commission arc the passenger revenues for the months of May and Juno and compared with an average two montha business for tho previous year show a marked In crease for all roads with the excep tlon of three the Soo Minneapolis t3 St Louts and the Great Western STRIKERS TO STATE CASE President Small Decides to Hold Mdn- ster Mass Meeting Chicago A monster mass meeting at which the cause of the strikingI telegraphers Is to bo laid business men of Chicago has been decided on by President Small of the Commercial Telegraphers union Mr Small said Friday that as the time had como when both sides were determined and it might seem to the public that tho strikers attitude was moro stubbornness the telegra phors should go before the communl ty and present their case fully Tho plan wns taken up by Mr Small as the result of a private conversa tlon In which President Sager of the board of trade expressed a desire tc look at tbo ease from the point ol view of the telegraphers and said that he would attend ono of their meetings INSANE PRISONERS SHOT Desperate Outbreak In Clinton Prison At Dannemora N Y Schenectady NYOne of the worst outbreaks among the insane prisoners In the history of Clinton prison at Dannemora occurred Wed nesday night As a result Isaac Du Dole ono of the Inmates Is dead shot through the heart by a guard The insane prisoners were being marshalled for bed when at a given signal they rushed Into the two big lower dormitories and slammed the doors In the faces of the guards Hay ing locked tha doors they proceeded to set about making their escape by smashing tho doors and sawing the bars The guards wore finally obliged to use rifles and pistols and it was after midnight before tho uprising was quelled Besides DuBols who was killed several other prisoners wore seriously wounded Forest Fires In Michigan Marquette Mich Serious forest fires have been raging in the western end of tho upper peninsula during the last week Reports from various localities Indicate that much timber line been burned The damage will run Into tho millions A number of logging camps have been destroyed with their equipments Baby Drowns In Can of Milk Washington Pa Raymond Lane ono year old fell head foremost into a full can of milk In his fathers dairy while no ono was about The child was wedged fast and was drowned Stand Up for Flag In Manila Manila A mass meeting of 3000 Americans adopted resolutions protesting against tho Indignities to tho American flag and congratulating the Philippine commission on tho enactment of tho drastic law prohibiting the display of any ensign except the American In the Philippines The resolutions also invltn Filipinos to Join with the Americans In making the pol icy of the Philippine commission i uc cossfu1 Asicng those who delivered addresses at the meeting was Congressman McKinley rrFROM ALL OVEIZIHE STATEH SILENCE OF YEARS IS BROKEN By Taylor Who Offers to Return to Kentucky Indianapolis Ind Memories tea der door and sad bind my heart to my old Kentucky homo There I was born thoro I struggled and hoped for sum rasa there I was honored and trusts time and again by my fellow citizens there tho ashes of ray kindred sloop there thousands of true hearts sill reach loyally out to me I would be either more or less than a man If I could forget all use memories or stiff the hope that some day I shall return to these scenes and my friends and thorn bo vindicated Breaking n silence of soveral years on a subject of vital interest to him self and his state Wm S Taylor former governor of Kentucky gave vent to the foregoing in a statement bo Is sued to the public in reply to ono made a few days ago by Robert Franklin ofIferlngreturn Ui Powers case Taylor declares that ho to Kentucky If Franklin absolutelyI guarantees that lio will be tried a5 fairly and Impartially as others arr tried ha criminal oases Ho makes the specific proposal however that th 100000 prosecution fund must be returned to the state treasury so tha there will ho no extra incentive from that source for his prosecution APPLE CUTTING Causes Tragedy In Which Husban Shoots Self and Wife Lcltchfleld KyReturning to bill home near Center View Ky former Deputy Sheriff Ralph Lucas found his wife preparing to attend an apple cutting at tho homo of a neighbor He objected and a quarrel ensued Lucas drew his revolver and rfJred at iris wife who was standing in a door way The first shot missed its mark but tho second broke one of her arms ts she was fleeing lie fired another shot and tbo bullet passed through her body Physicians say she can not liveLucas turned tho weapon upon him self after shooting his wife and a bullet pierced his lungs lie attempted to shoot himself again but the weap on tailed Ho Is probably fatally wounded Relatives declare that Lucas hoi been insanely Jealous of his wife CIGAR STUMP Caused a Destructive Fire In Which Many Horses Were Cremated NIcholasvIlle KyFire originating from a cigar stump carelessly thrown In some straw at James Lynea livery stable cremated 18 horses destroyed four buildings and rendered two fami lies homeless Tho loss is as follows James Lyne stable and horses 8 000 George Taylor brick busljwss building 4000 Grimes Williams paint store 1000 Mrs Ross Suther land buMne a aouso and residence 5000 damage to adjoining buildings 2000 Too lees is partially covered InsuranceThomas a fireman hind his hand bully burned and Fred Sears cashier of tho Citizens National bank was overcome with heat Girl Was Beaten to Death Augusta KyMrs Robert Reed was lodged in Jail at Brooksvllli charged with beating to death Leona Manning aged three years daughter of John Manning The little girls mother died recently and she was placed In the care of Mrs Reed by its father According to tho Information sent to tho officials here the llttlo vie Um was literally beaten to death Mrs Rued denies the charge Cattle For Export Richmond Ky Jonas and Sim Vile bought and shipped 264 export cattle for the Liverpool England market They were raised by local farmers T H Baldwin 61 Dave Plrrlsh 36 Thomas Phelps 70 and Waller Parks 77 They averaged 1480 pounds per head and brought 53U per hundred pounds Balked By Women Owlngsvllle KyUnited States Marshal Jackson and Dave Settles while trying to arrest John Kldd an alleged moonshiner near here wore thwarted by several women One parleyed with Jacksonwhlio two others held Settles Kldd escaped All the women Veronrrcsted State Board of Health Meet Dowling Green KyTtho annual meeting of tho Kentucky state board of health was held in this city In the absence of tho president Dr Mothows who Is In Europe Dr William Bailey of Louisville was elected president pro tern Three Victims Monticello Ky Samuel DanUl was Instantly killed and Charles Foster and his son Jesse were severely shocked by a bolt of lightning which struck a tree under which they had taken refuge during a storm The elder Foster may not recover Successful Revival North Pleasurevine KyThe Rev Mordecal Ham the traveling evangel ist Is conducting a great union tent meeting here In which all the churches Join Large crowds aro at trading DRIVEN TO SUICIDE Deposed Mayor of Louisville End Life In His Private Office Louisville Kylion Paul C Barth for a year and a halt mayor of Louis ville and ousted recently by tho decision of the court of appeals shot and killed himself Mr Barth ended Jrtd life In his private once at tho head quarters of tho Utica Limo Co of which ho Is general manager The shot was hoard by his business asso ciate who rushed Into the room to find Mr Barth unconscious on tho floor with a bullet hole in his head He never recovered consciousness and died shortly after Mr Barth was a man of means and was president of the board of aldermen for several years It was Mr Barth who wel comed President Roosevelt when ho made his southwestern tour tro yean ago The cause of the suicide Is un mown He was not only manager of tho Utica LImo Co but had a largedinterest in the Ohio River Sand Gravel Co of which he was the active hoad Ho was 43 years old and hap pity married with a family of three children GUN FIGHT Costs Two Lives Three Other Per eons Are Seriously Wounded Londbn Kyin a freeforall gun fight near the KnQx county fair grounds at Barbounrille two men were fatally shot and three other persons one a woman badty wounded Constable IX It Campbell who sought to quelt te disturbance waa shot deadl Edward Smith died of Ws wounds John Warren is seriously hurt and may t dieRalph TUggler a policeman is In a serious conditions Warrens mother with A babe at her breast was shot through ono arm and the member was amputated The only arrest Is that of John Bat- boy who IS charged with having fired the bullet that killed Constable Camp bell Nearly all of the fighters who escaped unharmed have fled into the country Burley Board Meet Winchester KyThe district board of the directors of the Burley Tobacco society met here Thirty counties in Kentucky Ohio and Indiana were represented The questions that have come before it deal with the pledging of the 1907 crop and the preparation for male of tho 1906 crop now In tho hands of tho society a Attacked By Farmers Paducah KyJames P Smith republican nominee for mayor was at tacked by a party of farmers near Sharpe Marshall county while driving his automobile at a moderato rate of speed and roughly treated Ho was struck with sticks stones and mud was thrown in Ns tare Kentucklans Shot In Duel Lexington KyA report received from Floyd county says that Palmer Saulsborry Ballard Saulsberry end James Stumbo engaged In a pistol fight Stumbo shot Palmer Saulsberry In tho abdomen Ballard Saulsberry then drew a pistol and mortally wound ed Stumbo Nearly Suffocated In Tunnel t Lexington Ky Engineer OConnell of Ludlow and Fireman Hanley of Cincinnati came near being asphyx fated in Kings mountain tunnel They wero rescued by members of the train crow and brought here and placed In St Josephs hospital They are out of danger His Old K Home Lexington KychaTlos W Mfllor- recently elected major of WboloUta Okla arrived hero to spend a few days with lids parants Mr Miller left this city two years ago to make his home In veeTetka and sinco that tlmo has twice bpeu elected mayor of his adopted home Fired on Excursion Party Prestonbnrg Ky Near hero Paul Saulsbury was shot by James Stumbo CatlQttsburs vend Ashland pollco were notified ami thinking that a passing gasoline boat contained the fleeing man fired on It A party of society people however wore aboard and wero nearly Wiled Estate of Bachelor Sued London KyA sensational suit for 25000 against the estate of the late Judge Robert Boyd was filed in the Laurel clrcult court by Miss Lillie Hobbs JUdge Boyd 75 ft bachelor died leaving an estate said to be worth front 150000 to 200000 Accidental Killing Frankfort KyRobort Anderson aged 61 years a prominent farmer was instantly killed near hero with a shotgun in the hands of his 13year old son Letter Carrier Creates a Panic Sanders Ky Luclen Rice a rural mall carrier created a panic here He ran through tho streets with his re volvor chaSing aU the people Indoors A party of citizens rushed upon him and succeeded In disarming him It Is supposed ho Is temporarily inane Charged With Raising Bill Paducah KyUnited State Secret Service Agent Donella Is in the city having caused the arrest of Edward Scott and Jennie Clark colored charged with harlag raised a one dol tar bill to a fivedollar bill r ooooo 0 ooooooooooo ooooeooO i East Kentucky Correspondence I s News You Get Nowhere Else I lameoo o nnnn o OOOOOOOOOO o 0 0 uuuuuwuwu 0 NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II fThe time to start is in the fall NOTICE We are sorry that owing to lack of space It Is necessary to leave out weekjWe The amount of good we are able to do depends upon our training for the duties of life Your sons and daugh ters can have the best training by go- Ing to Berea College Read page 3 MADISON COUNTY nlUVFUS Aug aWe have had a nice rain whloh we were vory much in need of Mrs Minnie linger of Jackson visit ed her brother Wm Jones and tam ily of this place last week Misses Eliza Elton and Maggie May Hurley of Ohio are coming homo the last of this week for a visit at homeMr Robert Lamb and wife are out from Ohio on a two weeks visit They will visit Mrs Lambs father and other relatives whlje here Mrs Bailie John I son of Richmond Is at Mrs James Youngs this week visiting Born to Mr and Mrs Joe Todd Aug 18th a boyMrs Nora Jones visited at Mr Frank Jones last WedneedayMlss Bertha Ogg visited at BraMfiold last week and attended protracted meotln at Vinnie Fork Mr and Mrs M P Walton went to Speedwell and Erase field last Monday Bora to Mr and Mrs Frank Jones Aug 14th a girl LEE COUNTY ST IUUUMS Aug OTho Lee count Sunday school convention will be hold at St Iiektjs Sept S 1907 All schools of the county art expected to be rep resented Officers and teacher should not fail to attend and hear the many good things that will be told by our offs if ut state workers and other at tractive friends and visitors OWSLEY COUNTY TUAVKLLHHS HIT Aug 2tiTho few rainy days we had last week epolttd some of the nubbins in our vicinity and made larre earl of corn out of them Hu bert and Chester McDonald of Baatty ville are visiting friends and relatives at this place Louvlcto Bother and Eliza Minter are planning to visit rel atives in Powell county this week Mr and Mrs Clay Smith have re turned from Hamilton Ohio Mr Smith will open up a now grocery store in our vicinityMr and Mrs W P Minter and Mr and Mrs S P Caudell were the guests of Mr and Mrs James McQueen SundayThe Owsley county Institute held at Boone vllle Aug 1216 was the most suc Nceseful one In Owsleys record a GARRARD COUNTY WALLA CKTOX Aug 26Lesllo Carr of Illinois is visiting his aunt Mrs George Tisdale 0 B Gabbard and his family re turned from Jackson county last Sun day They have been visiting rela tives Uncle Billy Robinson died Aug 22nd at his homo on Copper Creek His remains were laid to rest in Cartersvllle cemetery Friday Wo extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Wo were very sorry to hear e i that James Green of Illinois formerly j of Cartersvllle was run down by a train and killed Jim was a boy whom utImostentsA revival meeting is now being held at Wallaccton Baptist church Miss Laura Bailey who has been visit- Ing friends at this place for the past week returned home last week Miss cs Nora and Bennie Birch who have been visiting their grandmother Mrs David McCollum returned home last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Elijah Owens I were the guests of G B Gabbard and family Sunday afternoon- ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST 1IHANUII Aug 2GThe Sunday school conven tion at this placo was largely attend ed and there was plenty to oatThe- crowd was not as largo as was expect ed on account of the ralnlIlr and Mrs IL G Blcknoll visited Borea last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs James L Bloknell made a trip to Richmond last Monday Mis Hattie Johnson and Mr Jno W Bickncll attended Sunday sohool at Knob Lick last Sunday Mr Will Gentry re turned to his home one day last week Mr J M Kindred Is loading ties at Panola this week Drummer A C Wilson passed through hero last FrlI I day Mr and Mrs Claude Oliver and i two little boys visited Mr Olivers brother near Jinks Ky Saturday night and Sunday Mr James Allen of Wiseman town visited his uncle J M Kindred Saturday night Miss unclo1Jessedred made a business trip to Irvine last Monday Mr Robert Garrett of Irvine Ky spent Friday night with his friend J M Kindred MAGOFFIN COUNTY Mr Alvin S Conley formerly n Berea student and cashier of the Bank of Elaine Is to be married Sept 12 to a Miss Noyes of Wagersvlllo KyWashington Rice of Gifford Magoffln county Ky after rounding out nearly ninety years of faithful service to his country and his God passed away Quietly at his home Aug 10 1907 Mules and oxen are high Good oxen bring from 100 to J126 per yoke mules as high as GOO per pair Moun tale people in general are awaking to a realization of the fact that they have been giving away their timber and minerals and now seem to be quite as Intelligent as those who buyTho North and South railroad suneyed thru Morgan Magoffln Floyd etc will reach counties rich in minerals and timber The outlook is promising and Indications are that it will mater ialize soonMr Arllo MoGulro of Llckburg Ky is planning to bo back In school in the fall term The Ma goffln Institute at Salyoravllle Ky under the leadership of Professor liarlowe has made rapid strides since its foundation and is doing mush toward the upbuilding of Magoffln county The Magoffln county Teachers Insti tute wa9 conducted by R M Shipp of Winchester lie was an able and admirable instructor Berta Hoy a student of the Normal Department is teaching in her home county Magof tin She expects to be in school at Berea the winter and spring term Mr E a Whltt a Berea graduate is teaching in Magoffln covaty this year Uncle Gilbert Adams now rounding out his eightythird year tells how lie supplied the demands of the home back in the flfUea He WM farmer tanner shoemaker loommaker wheel wright reel maker cooper chair maker blacksmith He raised thir teen children nine now lInnIt Is reported that the Oole a tribe of Cherokee Indiana of Magoffln county are planning to lay claim to Uncle clams bounty OHIO HEWS HAMILTON Aug 2aMIIu Sparks has MOM to Richmond Ind Henry Smith will leave Friday for an extended visit IrJam08ployed by the C C Paper Co has IlurleyJacksonstreets in Hamilton are being paved and graveled this summer Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard and children visited Mr and Mrs Moody Jackson lost Sunday Mr Granvll Johnston has been suffering with a sore foot caused by a nail piercing it but he is able to bo out again Thorn are num erous cases of typhoid fever In Ham ilton Rev S B Hlley pastor of the taklnlhisof Mrs Laura Taylor who Is visiting here have not been very well during the past week Mr Charley Reynolds wife and baby are visiting his parents in Hamilton Mr Parrish who is superintendent of the girls work nt thw C C Paper Co and his wife attended the funeral of Mrs Parrishs sister who died last week near Mam moth Cave Ky October 7th to 12th will be registration week at the Y M C A for those desiring to enter the night schoolThe Charles Wes ley Brotherhood of the First M E church will give a banquet for all of Its members sometime during the month of SeptemberSeward Marsh Arch Brandenburg Henry Bingham Will Griffin E Wyatt Will Duncan George Hoskins and Charles Flanery are Bcrca students who are employed as bricklayers in Cincinnati this sum mer Charles Flanory will go to Ox ford next week but will continue work- Ing for his old contractor He and some of the others are planning tob- In Bcrca for the fall term but per haps not early enough for the opening daySecy Taft spoko in Columbus 0 Tuesday to a vast audience He went from there to Lexington Ky where ho was billed to speak The Rev W B Gautz pastor of the Wost MInstur Presbyterian church reslgno Aug 18th to accept a call to a church In Los Angeles Cal The resignation will be effective Oct 1 and Mr Gautz will at once Uiko up his work In the western cltyThe now subscriber in Hamilton to The Citizen appreciate It very much and say It brings pews from homo folks I Berea the Mountain College Continued from page six rBNMANSHir Clear business handwriting principles and practice ditty f through the year- STUNOGRAIYBenlitmanSystem at Principles of Stenography c Practice to aecure rapidity and accuracy New matter dictated at a speed not leuthan eighty words a minute Thru the year first year five periods a week df General Review Rapid dictation of business and legal forms Thru the year second year six period a week TYrHWIUTlHO 4 Rational Typewriting The all finger method la taught Simple lettering and carbon copying Business and legal forms e Special attentl n given to transcription of shorthand notes and mimeographing Thru the year first year three periods a week tty Transcription of notes and dictation to the machine Special exercises for speed Special attention paid to practical office work such as letters press copying mimeographing filing etc The following machines are in use In this department Oliver Under wood Remington and Smith Premier Thru the year second year three periods a week Drawing Mr SftadoinI- KKIMIANI DRAWTNOnlemenls of perspective light and hade coal drawing from casts and objects Outdoor sketches English Mrs Putnam and others COMPOSITION AND RHHTORIC Text and Practice Paella use of punt tuition marks and capitals Illustrated by numerous example Diction the sentence paragraphs Figures of speech verification Special training In invention or the selection of subject matter Muth written work by the student Winter and spring second year three periods a wok KLOCUTION aRalnes Manual The object k not to absorb an asbltlus system but to learn bow to grasp a writer s real thought and pur pose cad then to axpres H to the audience exactly art faterbly doing this naturally easily and tea way frioubig to the MMeaxe Winter and spring first year three pert4 a wok CARAT AtrrilORS raneofs Stammnt ItnftlMi Poem TIN cols N to gain aofiMMtaaee with typical moilirpltemj of Knctsso Poetry and de velop Ike sltMiciri appreciation for the best vcrisen devehtHinsj htsowti judgment cord taste Prose writer sea dealt wh hi Rhetorical dasa Poll Ikree periods a week PRACTICAL GRAMMAR ovc Pierce1 MowtaL TM dais review the principal mrbn by Brea of yet iMtraettan Kale token by the sH dent Studio to the use ted relation of worn sad In sttwcture sad analyst of sentence ton In oonetrartlon corrected by tile flay Letter writing and bmlmss farm Pan ip Ute Preparatory Coons tfcm Ute year In other eonrsea live psdeda a week SriUWO eiswaty L hUneHtng Hooen and WTltiaSIWI- I UsU ol worth taken from textboots and general literature with some attention to their etymologloi and tketr siomineant endings Fall and winter two y iritis a work rHVMAN8HIPK S CIlIUM renmasMhl DHn hook cob TIle object to to train stndtnt to wise a plain hand with mnldtty sod ease Thru Ute your two esiMM o wea- kRiurroatGLltxNkelsxgIlosds and Tkaisnay The CoUrfeXn trance Rte are Mlowod hot MdlIIritMY roeuare btrge ly resen6 fcf the testa wok to Great Antnnro Work In Ark std for OMofnl scndy iteias Half the lire It deer to practioiJ coo poNb deck dsa sad debate The two Uof work are tbns pUke a Zoo IM Lab Kojenoa er rrose oeelemotlon poetical nclla sloe oight keM rays baiad on tke Mndenta own unerienee or pan fknMom b IsAa The afceleh Hook ConrUnin of Mile Mondtah cpae tlon narmdve prate acclamation oottlcal recitation debate book leslew far aeI outlining t Skftmftmrfi Mmiumt 0fVuir bMkeapures jallua Caesar Composition sacponMon declamation debate snort story hqmoruu Incident Insag- Inary biagrapby report on current public event d Smcftow fleet Attric u Iwb OUtown Pink VerUnution debate paraphraae Mocrapkical ketch cry ware of health erayiw Mature at Xeat Winter I tftKfmttrt Eanr as A4tt Sits Utter Book review two dedara Uona history of some manufactured article cvmtrax of the Ranaa world with oar own description of a real character evuy un AiUpcallon- in restore I Iftttteri Firs Bents Hill 0urs and HlIJiIimitomi famrff Tteomuo Island Vicar of WakeCeM Tale from Greek Mythology lntlaaa lion eve eeaay illnatratiug narration description eiponitiun- mentation ago sad peranasion t Jtifmi eft and Milla Cumm Pilnrlms Praoreos lit ymlocrys Kng flab Mall Cuach Lesson in Parliamentary Law and forms of Debit Three debates the aArnulise giving the mamueritxii to the neplive sad receiving them bark with tile opposing nunuKriptit v u to slow each side to gives pmaeulated rrlmtul AI Skatfr Ajttftt Rmerson Kiways AWleon4 loe rrlry ppn1O Declamation debate with exchange of mauuscnpt ery ul iuoo wont Ievolving persuasion i BwkSrrawrsadl Ar Cartylei KIMOV oo Burua Kserdseaeleated by teacher to strengthen each pupil in points rat deft ient farm Management Air Clark HOMTICriTlRIL Caff Principles of gardening sod fruit culture Text book work with lecture on condition in Southern MunntoiKs Vail Ive period a week PARK CROPSAdaptatioo of crop to Moll sad scar rotation seeding till age gathering wttk special reference to condition in tke eotkain mountain This roune Ie eepeciolly adopted to farmer young or oM who can imply spend tilt winter term at school and the Instruction will be practical sod free from alt anneconmry selenitic detail Wirier lee periods a week ANIMAL HUMAlfDRY How to asks trosey lor the rl iegol earlos kind of live Mock on Mountalo arias Spring five period a week rORBSTK YTbe fnndamcntal principles of toted Influence In sdi forting retention of moisture and control of stream low tie management of protectiaglstarcsIIINtbJ Add ctlaPoll 1ft panda S week tad Slew in asp PARM AKAOKMllTteei 4lceeeits opus os taIppuof msoneahi foam bnl toe deals tads Muds oylag s d seOtng far record and JMHHrhx soil ethos topio TI sae tit whir JArMIMVte or lee nirton s a wok plat OrVnr N ipst- b A soolissastlosa d Clone a wMYIfpllS aUte seeof firer JtIeA alocti fruaun gnw n the honMaieatt draw ttaht runt rrhoohy good sMtds Agrieolluml Fntrt Pit Spring live ptriosh a wook trot gives hi 1fII GermanDr Jl Alktrt Cfok oniOIAXIn the Oerman cbmw the Oras hmcmy k wed fg the taMher front the beojbmlBV T liar nil flat T she mr rlifai if thesis j win make ft proteMe Oernmn ugrfelusod otbjar byes litd Ike lords Prayer In German are eotamltled to uitraory and used bt u co Ing extrdpa r Correct Ramon pronunciation elements of grammar and ceramcnce ment of vocabulary Spauboofda Lehrbuch derdeutnehen Bpraeho II Continuation of grammar and reading of easy seleethm Conversations vocabulary acquired Completion of Spannoofd III Drill In Grammar and Rtadtn Translation from Mueller a ml Vcn ke bachs Gluck Auf Introduction to German Mythology and Lyrics GreekProf Win A CookrFIRST QRItlUC BOOKVtilte ate with original exgriea In translating HngllshintoOreek Thru the year third year five periods a week ANADASI8 Xenophon Wallace sod Harper at Three books CriUost Study of Greek forms Jones tree Ooraposltton Greek Oramiiisf Iladlay and Allen Fall and winter fourth year five period a week IIOMKIlS rtiAUSymouc Hook one and two with practice In metrical reading Spring fourth year five period a wee- kIlilloryProf Marsh UNITIiD STATUS ItlSTORYPisk a An outline of early iKMnverles a them study of Colonial History and of leading event until thpadoptiontof the realConstitution b Outline of the history cf the United State from tile iMHguralton of Wash ington to the preterit time Winter and spring third year four periods a week CHNHRAI HISTOKVMyera a Outllneof Aiiettltt History with special CJII bula upon the development of InstltutMU In Greece awl fete t plclIflOltl Medieval slid Modern HUtory wljh tpcelal attention la the growth oIltutlolllSecond year fall four pedals wittier see pencil a ce1 Household Managelraelfldtrs Illl Miss Slur DRIWUMAKING aPlain Kwlng with a study of materials The elomenU of eating Undergarments Pall live periods a week t Drafting fitting furnishing a complete suit Winter five perixln a week c Tko asplatedrewmakerAdaptation of clothing to Mason occupations sass and occasion Spring five period a week COOKING aThe essential of raid Food vnktt of the different meta are sis and vegetable The simplest bill of fetes sol cooking of dishes ntceiwsirv for the same Care of food pantry kitchen and utensils Pont for children and invalid This course is especially adapted to young women who may be able to take only one term in thla important branch The Instruction will be tile most practical and adapted to all Pall five periods a week THE CITIZEN Berea JKy TO VKVT riUKNDS The Cltlvn wants you for a submrlber If you had been reading It a few months you would not te willing to be without It lint we are ro lure that after you have had II a jrsr listisTillMoullialnNnmrrthbybook alll wo to soy 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