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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1111E5IIENT13EIt 5 x ooeoeoeoeo oswlaeolle 4 BEREA PUBLISHING CO M 1NCan1OMA1 1i o 0E ALBERT COM PhD Manager o 0Enlemtal1h4Mdapkaatltnm8yerwrond e- o 0 oSOMOOOSOIOSOSOSOSOSOSOOSO r Vol IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY 5 1007 One Dollar a year No 12 ltt fiUTMlH ell Tilt lUiYOIlliU J + 1uungLsisI r llfirawlinnrf Urrmlr1 from ttilillrnof Ilic llerolutlcnirr Wnr Urn CMIrae Iiii4 ll roieif l Hint the yw tr lout tlmrr wrir iimrijr lr HaxiriMl rIIIiln uiiiuiiiolniiii pnrlof Kentucky lrn llig yleurlun fur trrvlre III HIP lleirolulloiinrjr Wnr NEWS OFTHE WEEK Telegraph Strike a FalluroA Groat Actor Diet Hague Conference Unsatisfactory No Statehood for Arizona and New MoxlcoJapans DOlt Friend The telegrapher mrlke seems to be almost an utter failure The latest reports My that the eoteirlltee now have all the men they need to beadle the regular buttaeM while aesy op orators are ready to no hack to work but now Mud they haw no poIUoM The trifce leaders have tends M appeal to IrtttdMt ItooMwil to Interfere In tbelr behalf Richard Ma fleW the greatest of American asters died at New London Conn Aug Beth The end atlas rath er suddenly and was a great Mirprtee to many of the actors friends too it had lone been known that his health was falling Mansfield1 oareor WM wioU or good example of what plunk and belief in ones solf oan do He began lIfo ai a very poor boy and had no encouragement In hlschoson profession Hut he made his wuy to London and there spent many years In studying living all the while In the poorest way sometimes being without proper food At last ho secured tho rewsnillon of some of tho leading stagO managers and worked his way to an enduring fame Ho waa cosatdertd one of tho greatest Shakespearean players of this generation Tho plague Peace conference has broken up as almost a positive failure tho some now and good ideas wore brought to light Wm T Stood till great English economist declares that Great Britain more than nil others is responsible for tho failure of the con ference America and Germany did their share In trying to establish an international court of arbitration which should have some real authority while England balkedevcry move to I OFFICE- EA KY THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People KENTUCKY iit III ward that end The English were sup posed beforo the conference tact to be the lending exponents of the inter national court doctrine but when the test came they prowl to be the Judas Of the OOMgTMB KeorvUry James It OartHiW has made a report In which he esys that It Ie beet to give up the Mea of task lag one Mate of New Mexico and Ari MMHL MM people of both territories oppOM the plan cad It would doubt IeI6 wine endless trouble Till lately Ireetdmt Roosevelt timed the wlmU sloe of the two territories M one state but now he rfteo hM dlecunM that plan The P eeMent chases of opin lOIII1ofof whom reside In Arltoo and New Mexleo The Director of the Department of Commerce of Japan N visiting the United elates and stwdylng conditions of the Japanoee wale have tame to America to lives He says that the Jape In California aro living bettor and outer than they do in their na tive land and that he seem no eaue for complaint Tho talk of war with the United Slates he Says U a great Joke Japan regards America IU her host friend and would boar much 11101 troubleIJapanlion of the Philippine Islands Is a protection to her Interests Instead of n menace and we need not fear that Mlcado will over attempt to take litho Islands I NOTE THE DAY The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept lIi The time to start is in the Fall II J+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+o4 BUSINESS o oi PRESTIGE oi 1 + NothiiiK plvos n man tlio bnnlnoiw proMI o the fltmnclnl of u Bfcuulltifr twit goes with the fact hint lm ostnbllsheddo relations with iv strong flank o It oxteiuln his credit in n score of ways 3 suco oj a 1 Would not this ho n valunlilo Influence to hmo working 0 + for von In youralTalmy o o whelhor you aro n farmer or a hUll 111 011 II man n bank + account hero will ho of Inestimable value to you his Is n complete bank nble owl willing to servo you In i 0Tfinancial capacity o IBEREA BANK TRUST CO t+ J J MOORE President W11 PORTER Cashier I 401NTERI T PAID ON SAVINGS 40jO i 0 +o +o +o4o o+o+o+ ++ti o +v oko+eie fe Wa t oTO No +o NEW DEAN OF WOMEN Miss KAtherine Dowersox tho new Dean of Women comes to Berea from I the government school for Indians Silt Knlhrrlnr lIn i rxr the New Lean of Women of llt rvii Collier at Carlisle Penn where she has been for about fourteen year and Is regard ed as p oullarly flttod for the work sho will take up In Breo lass Rob inson the former Dean of Women who resigned BO that she could devote her full time to the teaching of math ematics of which she is professor has spent the summer Increasing her already extensive knowledge of the subject by study at Dartmouth Col loge NOT JIM HOWARD But Some Other Man Killed Goebel Caleb Powers Issues Statement Wlllson at tondon New Railroads for Kentucky Caleb Powers gave out a long state ment on Sept 1 In which ho says that ho has been studying the evidence in the Goebel case ever elneeho was put In jail and at last ho is ablo to tell who killed MrGoobel It was not Jim Howard he says Powers denounces part of Judge Hagora recent speech In which ho said he would see that tho law should lake its course In the Powers case if ho wore elected gov ernor of Kentucky It Is deplorable that a citizens life or death should bo mado an Issue for getting votes for a Candidas for governor of tho state He will demand a trial and not a pardon even If Wilt son be elected lion Augustus E Wlllson spoke to the people of Whitley county at Williamsburg Monday and to Laurel county citizens at London Tuesday At both places ho was given an enthus iastic reception Senator Cox tho candidate for lieutenant governor is with Mr Willson and also spoke Tho Republican leaders are now replying to Judge lIagers comments on the Goo bel affair and the whiskey question railroads are being built in different pacts of Kentucky Tho lat est Is a line now being surveyed front Carlisle to Salt Lick An important line is also being built from Tatovllle in Pulaskl county to Monticello Wayne county This line will connect the Wayne oil fields with tho Cincinnati Southern and will mako that region more accessible At present a stage lino carries passengers to the oil reg ion Governor Beckham has written a letter to Attorney Franklin in regard to offering Immunity from arrest to DECIDED OR SLACKTWISTED Nearly every person knows what is for his or her own good but only the decided persons does ItThe slacktwisted man or woman boy or girl thinks about doing something good and talks about it but never does it- Putting1 off is the thief that steals so many of the gdod things God intended we should have The great question now is what young men and young ladies will be in Berea to begin the Fall Term on Wednesday Sept n Will you be there Will your son or daughter be there You know the Fall Term is paying and and profitable You know those who miss it will be sorry sooner or later You know nothing but your own hesitation need hinder you Decide today THE STUFF THAT MAKES MEN AND WOMEN Many more young people than ever before have en gaged places in Berea College for the Fall Term DepartmentBereasthat persons who lack much completing Bereas course CollegesThisBut beyond all our admiration for Bereas Collegi ate students who choose her long hardcourses because they are the best is our admiration for five boys who just arrived in Berea after a long journey on foot to enter the lower schools outhIghermoneybeforethrough the term and study in the Night School They are brave boys they know Bereas will make them better men and they are determined to get it onesbutto succeedWe plenty of girls of the same kindseveral of them are already in Berea working to lay up money 1 for the Fall Term Students like these put to shame the careless ones who mfght get an education without such a hardstruggle and who neglect their chance and let the jewel slip out of their hands William S Taylor in case he should agree to return to Georgteown to tes tify In the Powers case and says there Is no doubt that he as governor can cooperato with Mr Franklin and abso lutely insure Taylors safe return to Indiana Troops will bo called out If necessary the governor says Labor day In Kentucky was a day of rain and storm but many celebra tions were carried on In spite of the weather In Louisville especially great plans wore made for the celebra tion of the day most of the laborers In that city being union workmen The street car men of the city of Louisville threaten to strike and the Federation of Labor has offered to give Us full strength in support of the proposed plan It is probable that a strike will be declared In a few days To renew old friendships and wel come new tamers Berea College hear tily invites all householders of Berea aI VILLAGE SOCIAL the campus Saturday Sept 7 byIFrost sports for old men coffee and lemonado NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES PAGE TWO Sorlnl Tito Mouse of n Thouuiml Candles The Sunday School Lesson Kond and 1ariu Improvement 1AGi Til KlMl lleren The Mountain College College Steins VAGI FOUIt COlllmIg n Tho Powrr of AVonmn lljrlrof G C Leo of John llonklni Unlvenlty Drown hjr Scoiv The Youths Department PAGE FIVE Ilrformeil by n Hrrnm Temiirrnnre Notes rAGE SIX The Home A Girls Srhool Outfit The School Iroblenu of the District School by 1rof Dtnimorr PAGE SEVEN Nineteen Stilled Grnvnil Ncwa Recent State News PAGE KIOHT Enilern Kentucky Correspondence BRIGHT ANTICIPATIONS SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS TO BE ENJOYED BY THE STUDENTS THIS FALL The friendly faces of old teachers Tho reenforcement of several new teachersThe Social Tuesday night That glorious now chapel All we want of the sparkling mountain water A world of good company at the Boarding Hall Scholarly work in the great Library Just what wo want to learn next in tho revised courses of Academy and CollegeSkill and good cheer in every field land workshop fellowship and progress in the societies Germans In the United States According to conservative estimates tho United States contains 12000000 to 13000000 Inhabitants of German blood The census of 1900 gives 2666 900 as born Irk Germany and over 7 600000 wboao parents a rj born there r ee oee = ieoeoeoeoeueoeoe p Growing Rap Jg idly Let Yeur Business o i Keep Pace With It By Advertising o 5 I e + ooomosoeooaoSoiooopo SEPTEMBER INew pleasant training THINGS TO THINK Of COMMON JOYS ARE SWEETEST What have I to bo thankful for Well theres plenty of good sweet air Did you ever thank God for All Out Doors With its wideopen cure of care What havo I to bo thankful for 1 Why tho water runs all day Gods liquor Go ask tho shipwrecked wretch What hed give for what you throw awayIWhat have I to be thankful for LoveHave for you H Thats a gleam from the God abovoIDoes the softfooted angel of Sleep visit you AppetiteDo who is glad When you como home at night menThatwinesLeaveSo pick up the diamonds youve tram pled on Theres Lovo and Life and Youth And its thankful to God wo all would be If we loved the simple truth Frank Crane in Boston Herald f LAUGH IT AWAY Laugh It away in the morning light nightLaughOf golden duty and tolling day Laugh it awaythe care that sears With ache of heart and the salt of tears Laugh It away and weep no more dQ9rLearnWhere all your troubles went laughing away Baltimore Sun A PARTING WORD With this number of Tho Citizen Mr Stanley Frost takes up its edit layIngmoro fully to teaching in Berea College wish to say first that I con gratulate the readers of The Citizen on their new friend and havo tho greatest confidence that his work will bo of great and increasing Interest and value to them all I am very glad to give the work Into such capable hands a Then for myself I should like to thank all the readers correspondents agents and friends of Tho Citizen for their kindness interest and help dur ing the fourteen months that I have been connected with it I shall hope to see many of them in the College elsewhereWith greetings and best wishes for you all and the request that you give to my successor the interest and confidence that I havo always enjoyed lam As ever your friend E Albert Cook Novel Making a la Mode There said the modern novelist with a sigh of satisfaction Ive got my epigrams all made Now itll be an easy matter for mo to write my story around them N o+o+o o+o+o+o+O+o +o +o+o+o+ +oo+o+o+ooofo+o+o+o+o- o + ADDINGo f NEW ACCOUNTSo We are constantly adding new accounts and our business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is o i our purpose to y + o- o Deal Justly and Liberally With All o o Your Account Solicited t g o + o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 o + + 0 THEi+ 0 o + 1 Berea National Bank j 0 J Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 t2 SE WELCH President J Lr GAY Cashier +o o + D +O+O+O+o +o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+od oalo+o+o+o+o h NETSPAP1tTt La1va Lesrneho hid the I+prt tcaUrl frnm tk- 1led dlre 1a hla um wgetbt- h uu nberlbt a 1st t br W lb par 1brUh1 d4d k aw ftd rt dt 4U from lu en4Iudnathemanetld tot Yrrlmlaedaer- rrsurroLL FSACD THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailhr el THE MAIN CHANCE ZZIDA DAMEION DC CopjrlaH lei bj Dobb urnll Co CHAPTER XXIV Continued I think you aro quite right sir said Dates Ho threw down tho re volver he held In his hand and leaned upon the edge of the long table that lay on Us side his gazo still bent on Pickering who stood with his overcoat buttoned close his derby hat on the floor beside him where it had fallen as Bates hauled him into the roomThe sound of a measured stop of some ono walking of a careful foot on a stairway was quito distinct I oven remarked the sllghtstumblethai- I had noticed before We were all so Intent on thoso steps In the wall that wo were off guard I heard Bates yell warningly and Larry and Stoddard rushed for Pickering He had drawn a revolver from his overcoat pocket and was about to fire at me when Stoddard sent tho weapon flying through the air Only a moment now gentlemen said Bates an odd smile on his face He was looking past mo toward the right end of tho fireplace There seemed to bo In tho air a feeling of something impending Even Morgan and his men half crouching ready for a Tush at me hesitated and Pickering glanced nervously from ono to the other of us It was the calm before tho storm In a moment we should bo at each others throats for the final struggle and yet wo waILed In the wall I heard still the sound of steps They were clear to all of us now We stood there for what seemed an eter nltyI suppose the tlmo was really not more than 30 seconds Inert Walt ing while I felt that something must happen the silence the waiting were Intolerable I grasped my pistol and bent low for a spring at Morgan and every man In the room was Instantly on the alort All but Bates He remained rigid that curious smile on his bloodsmeared face his eyes bent toward tho end of the great fireplace back of mo That look on his faco hold arrested numbed me I followed It I forgot Morgan a tacit truce held us all again I stepped back till my eyes fastened on the broad paneled chimneybreast at the right of the hearth and It was there now that the sound of footsteps in the wall was hoard again then it ceased utterly the long panel opened slowly creaking slightly upon Us hlngos then down Into the room stopped Martin Dovereux She wore the dark gown In which I bad aeon bar last and a cloak was drawn over her shoulders She laughed as her eyes swept the roomAh gentleman sho said shaking her head as sho viewed our Disorder what wretched ou arcISteps wore again heard in the wall and she turned to the panel held it open with ono hand and put out the other waiting for somo ono who fol lowed her Then down Into tho room stepped my grandfather John Marshall Glen arm His staff his cloak tho silk hat abovo his shrewd face and his sharp black eyes were unmistakable Ho drew a silk handkerchief from the skirts ot his frock coat with a charac teristic flourish that I remembered well and brushed a bit of dust from his sleeve before looking at any of usIThen his eyes fell upon me Good morning Jack he said and then gazed with mild curiosity about the room God help us It was Morgan I think who screamed these words as ho bolted for the broken door but Stoddard caught and held him- Thank God youre here sir broke forth In Bates sepulchral voice It seemed to me that I saw all that happened with a weird unnatural dis tinctness as one sees before a storm vivid outlines of far headlands that the usual light of day falls to disclose I was myself dazed and spellbound but I do not like to think oven now of tho effect of my grandfathers appearance on Arthur Pickering of tho shock that seemed verily to break him in two so that ho staggered then col lapsed his bead falling as though to strike his knees Larry caught him by the collar and dragged him to a seat whore ho huddled his twitching hands at his throat Gentlemen said my grandfather you seem to have been enjoying your solves Who is this person 1 He pointed with his stick to the sheriff why was endeavoring to crawl out from under the mass of broken crystalsThat sir Is tho sheriff answered Bates A very disorderly man I must say lack what have you been doing to tauso the sheriff so much Inconven ience Didnt you know that that chandelier was likely to kill him That thing cost a thousand dollars Gentlemen you arc expensive visitor Ah organand Ferguson tool Well well I thought better of both of you Good morning Stoddard A IrtUo work for the church mlljtaatl And this gentleaianrho Indicated Larry who was for once In his life without anything to say Mr Donovana friend of tho house explained Bates Pleased Im sure said the old gone tleman Glad tho house has a friend It seems to have had enemies enough ho added and eyed tho wreck of tho room ruefullyThe good humor in his taco reassured me but still I stood In tonguetied wonder staring at him And Pickering John Marshall Glenarms voice broke with a quiet mirth that I remembered as the preface usually of something unpleasant Well Arthur Im glad to find you on guard defending the interests of my estate At the risk of your life too Bates Yes Mr Glonann You ought to have called nje earlier I really prized that chandelier im mensely And this furniture wasnt sobadHis tono changed abruptly He pointed to tho sheriffs deputies ono after tho other with his stick There was I remembered always something Insinuating disagreeable and final about my grandfathers staff Clear out ho commanded Bates see these follows through the wall Mr Sheriff If I were you Id be very careful Indeed what I said of this af fair Im a dead man como to Ufo again and I know a great deal that I didnt know before I died Nothing gentlemen fits a man for lira like a temporary absence from this cheerful and pleasant world I recommend you to try it- Pickering sat silent not sure wheth er ho saw a ghost or real flesh and blood and Larry kept close to him cutting off his retreat I think wo all experienced that bewildered feeling of children who are caught in mischief by a sudden parental visitation My the Stepped grandfather went about peering at tho books with a tranquil air that was dls quietingHo suddenly before the design for the memorial tablet which I had made early In my stay at Glen arm House I had sketched the letter- Ing with some care pinned it against a shelf for my more lefsnrely study of Its phrases The old gentleman pulled out his glasses and stood with his hands behind his back read- Ing When he finished he walked to whero I stood Jack ho said Jack my boI His voice shook and his hands trem bled as he laid them on my shoulders Mnrianhe turned seeking her but tho girl had vanished Just as well ho said This room Is hardly an edi tying sight for a woman I heard for an Instant a light hurried step In the wallPickering too heard that faint fugitive sound and our eyes met at the In stant It ceased The thought of her toro my heart and I felt that Picker- Ing saw and knew and was glad They all gone sir reported Bates returning to tho room Now gentlemen began my grandfather seating himself this secret of mine was shared by only two persons Ono of these was Bates he paused as an exclamation broke from all of us and he went on enjoying our amazementand the other was Marian Dovoroux I had observed for years that at a mans death his property often gets Into the wrong hands or becomes a bono of conten tlon among lawyers Sometimes and the old gentleman laughedan executor proves incompetent or dishonest I was thoroughly fooled In you Plckerlrg Tho money you owe me Is a large sum and you were so delighted to hear of my death that you didnt oven make sure I was really out of the You were perfectly will- Ing to accept Bates word for It and must say that Bates carried It off splendidlyPickering rose the blood surging again In his taco and screamed at Bates pointing a shaking finger at the man You Impostor you perjwcr The law will deal with your case Td bo sure resumed my grand father calmly Bates did make false affidavits about my death but posal blj It was In a Pickwickian sense sir said Bates gravely And In a righteous cause declared my grandfather I assure you Pick ering that I have every intention of taking care of Bates Ills weekly let ters giving an account of the curious manifestations of your devotion to Jacks security and peace wore alone worth a goodly sum But natestO The old gentleman was enjoying him self hugely He chuckled now and placed his hand on my shoulder Bates It was too bad I got those missives of yours all In a bunch I was In a dahablyeh on tho Nile and they dont have rural tree delivery In Egypt Your cablegram called me homo before I had finished reading the lettors But thank God Jack youre aliveThere was real feeling In these last words and I think we wore all touched by them Amen to that cried Bates And now Pickering before you go I want to show you something Its about this mysterious treasure that has given youand I hear tho whole countrysideso much concern Im disappointed In you Jack that you couldnt find tho hiding place I designed that as a part of your archltec tural education Bates give mo a chair The man gravely drew a chair out of tho wreckage and placed It upon the hearth My grandfather stepped upon it seized ono of tho bronze sconces above tho mantel and gave It a sharp turn At tho samo moment Bates upon another chair grasped the companion bronze and wrenched It sharply Instantly some mechanism wx + iii + rr I Down Into Room My Grandfather p and have lIttlo way I croaked in the great oak chimney- breast and the long oak panels swung open disclosing a steel door with a combination kno- bGentlomenand my grandfather turned with a quaint touch of humor and a merry twinkle In his bright old eyes gentlemen behold the treas ury It has proved a better hiding placo than lover Imagined It would Theres not much hero Jack but enough to keep you going fop a while Wo were all staring and the old gentleman was unfdlgncdly enjoying our mystification It was an hour on which he had evidently counted much it was the triumph of his resurrection and homecoming and ho chuckled as he twirled tho knob in the steel door Then Bates stepped forward and helped him pull the door open dlsclos ing a narrow steel chest upright and held In place by heavy bolts clamped Into the chimney It was filled with packets of papers tied neatly with tapeJack said my grandfather shako ing his head you wouldnt bo an architect and youre not much of an engineer either or youd have seen that that paneling was heavier than was necessary Theres 200000 in firstrate securities Bates and I put them there Just before I went to Ver mont to die Ive sounded thoso panels a dozen times I protested Of course you nrvo said my grandfather but solid steel behind wood is sate I tested it carefully be fore I left Ho laughed and rapped tho floor with his staff and I laughed with him But you found the Door of Bewilder ment and Pickerings notes and thats somethingNo didnt oven find that Done van deserves the credit But how did you ever come to build that tunnel It you dont mind tolling tno Ho laughed gleefully- TO BE CONTINUED Dangerous Kncwledfje We never know what we can du till we try and then we are sometimes sorry wo found uut MOSES PLEADING WITH ISRAEL SandaySchoollessoalorSepllf1901Spedaltr LESSON TKXTDeut ac I1J Mamory verses 47- QOLDKN TEXTIleware lest thou forget the tonlDeul 61 TIMKJust before the Israelites eroJIII cd tho Jordan to enter the Promised lAnd A few months aftr the but lea son Forty attar tho ISxodo Ao cording to the margins of our Bibles DIC mi PLACE The Israelites were encamped In the broad pace between the RIver Jordan and the mountain ot bleak about opposite Jericho on the e stern bank of the river has a breadth of four or five milIComment and Suggestive Thought Reasons for Loving God Supremely 1 lIe 14 supremely good iio Is tho sum of nil good Ho that loves God loves all that Is good and hates all that Is evil 2 Ho Is not only good but lovable Ills goodness Is attrac tive It Is worthy of love 3 All we have and are we owo to him andI the only way In which we can make any return to to lovo him and obey him In love That U all that Is ours to give to withhold It Is unutterably mean n Tho belt thing In man Is love and God wants the best 5 Such lovo not only honors God but elevates man Love Is the most one nobllng act of the soul and the nobler and higher tho object and the more Intense tho love so much tho Moro Is the ono who thus loves ennobled purified enlarged oxaltod In nature C In him are found all that ought to move tno highest affections of men Tho Foundation of Religion of Character of Righteousness lies In a right heart a heart that loves God and loves men No act of goodness without this Is true goodnoss And men will not long continuo to do right toward all without tills deeper motive This lore Is not national but Indl vidual Each hear must do the love ing and when all hearts do It tho wholo nation will have this heart of love Ho that Has this love In his heart virtuespring Is to a watch what a fountain Is to a stream what the soul Is to the body what the two olive trees ot Zocharlahs vision wero to Uw lamps they fed This Is what faith In Christ brings to the soot Tho ono great Moattal both fertile Individual sad tht state IB a new life In the soul that eupreroely loves the good and bates the eviL This S tho one way to the best Kto here aid hereafter The state Is nMde up of In dividuals and therefore If every fHHt had this now tt10 the whole state would he free frost Its corruptions and crimes The newspapers would give UB the morning news of good deeds Instead of IU flood of crimes and wrongs IJNuaation In Religion and Iti h- teouuei7 And thou shall teach thorn diligently unto thy children In every way by hone Instruction and by schools and by sabbath woe skip and teaching And shall talk of them whoa thou sltteet In thine house ota The atmplere of the home shall be full at these truths Men will speak often of that which Is of the greatest Interest Conversation Is a marvelous power for culture and training The cvonto of the day tho deeds of ourselves and of others oan be made the occasion of morel Instruc lion In a concrete and vivid form Thoy are to great moral principles what the particles in the air are to the light which would be generally Invisible but for the objects which re foot and dlsporso it The homo Is In Its nature a university It Is a largo part of the true university exten lion movement Family Training Is tho greatest In fluenco around tho young Family Religion Is tho foundation of church of Sunday school of religious life of the whole countrys morality and prosperity Family Prayers are a great aid to family religion and the International Lesions for the whole family are ono of the greatest helps to this end The Family Atmosphere of roll gious lifo of benevolence of temper ance of kindness of Intelligence of bright conversation Is the largest fac tor In family training 9 8 Thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thlnn hand etc It was a literal and formal Interpretation of this command which led to tho use of phylacteries upon tho arm and upon tho forehead These aro small cubl cal leather cases in which aro parch ments containing four passages ot scrlpturo In four columns Ex 13 MO 1116 Dent 6 9 and 11 1321 Tbcso are bound upon the arm and boo tween the eyes by leather thongs The real meaning of this command is that Gods law should be In every deed of the hand In tho sight of tho eyes In the plans of the head Every part of the dally life should bo ruled by Gods lawIt should never bo for gotten Practical Points The way to got tho revival of right oousnesa wo so much need Is by a revival of truo religion a revival that changes tho heart a revival of lovo to God and lovo to man As Herbert Spencer said Golden conduct does not proceed from leaden Instincts What Charles Klngslo says of Eng lund Is true of our land as wolf Mon say As long as England Is ahead of the world in coal and iron she may defy the world I do not believe it for If sho became a wicked nation all the coal and Iron In the unlvorso would not save lot from ruin RUNNING THE GRINDSTONE Some SuQQestlona for Making a Hard Job Easy If tho face of the grindstone Is hard nnd glazed pour a HUlo sand on tho steno ovary few mlnuos until tho glazo Is worn off and the steno will cut like n now ono This condition Is caused by exposing the stone to tho weather I Hko to keep the stone In shed under cover but If this is not possible sot It undor a tree and put a box over it when not In uso It Is Handy Grindstone Rig surprising how easy a little oil on the bearings will make tho stono run yet some of my neighbors never think to oil theirs A few drops of kerosene will out the gum If It runs hard and then some oil or axle grease will make It go easy It Is hard to stand on ono foot and work the treadle with the other This Job can bo mado easy suggests a writer In Farm and Homo by bolting two boards to tho grindstone framed and extending It two feet on which place a seat as shown In the cut With a smooth and oven face tho grindstone works nicely but when It becomes uneven It Is hard work to do a good job of grinding Such a stone needs to be cut down and toned up This can be done by grinding against the end ot a plea of pipe having the stone dry There Is nothing more exasperating than to try to work with a poor grindstone but with n good one U Is a pleasure to keep the tools sharp HELPS THE ROADS Experience of the Specialist at Ne braska Experiment Station Tho following front a recent leme of the Nebraska gllrser gives thei- roxIsi with the road liNg on the rondo rear the Nebraska experiment station A good proof of road dragctoc with split log drag WM shown Mat winter- daring the long spell at deep muddy rondo The roads next to tile fires have bun dragged for the met roar or five years and comparing them with others It mnke A very great eon trait Whit some of the other reeds are hardly dry nnd a good many are rough sod rutty the dragged roads have long beeofne smooth nnd are no hard at brisk Even during very muddy weather Uie depth of mud on the dressed roads was slight oem pared with that of tho undragged raids When a person drives over a roAd of this kind when muddy It Is like driving on pavemnnt with but one to two Inches of mud while the un worked roads sink to a depth of nine Inches In places and also very heavy pulling having no solid ground under the mud A farmer who believes It does not pay to drag roads Is badly mistaken In eastern Nebraska It Is lust beginning to become a practice And tho ones to Introduce It there were the students ot the school of agriculture FARM JOTTINGS Give tho sheep shelter from tho aun You can never improve a flick b1 usng a grade sire Now is thu time to select Jig best 1osslble sire for tho flock Tho superiority of beef breeds Is lately In their early maturity Choose a thoroughbred of the breed that suits tho fancy or surrounding conditions Well drained land will stand drought or freshet better than laud that has not been drained Wethers Intended for market should 1e put In a pasture by themselves where they can be liberally fed When owes are gaining In condition at mating limo there will be a large percentage of twins and the lambs will ho stronger Tho feeding of cotton soe9 meal Is not yet reduced to a science Any man that undertakes It should avail Mmsolf of all extant Information on tho subject Cribbing Cribbing Is a vlco contracted by norscs and hard to break It may be restrained says Farm Journal by buckling a strap round tho throat lmsoly enough to allow tho horse to breathe readily also by snapping the halter to a rod that will prevent tho torso from getting his teeth on to niythlug to suck wind- Stringhalt Stringhalt Is sometimes due to le al Injury Closely observe tho stable jhnngo the stall batho the limbs in hot brlno and attend to the shoeing Your farrier may discover some fault In shooing that may bo remedied A pronounced rasa can be corrected inly by on operation i FARMERS AND GOOD ROADS The Latter Contribute to the Prosperity of the Farmer One of ilio factors contributing to the prosperity of tho modorn agricul i tural community Is n system of public rod Title subject has beauidiscussed no frequently In the farm dally and magazine pross that very q fow are riot conversant with Us more Important aspects livery ono must concede that tho subject Is Important and Its bonoliu to tho agricultural nnd F oomwordnl worlds are self evident impetus Is being given to tho build ing of rural highways by the activi ties of the office of public roads eon d nested with tho United Stales do partmsnt of ngrloulturo Systematic work Is being carried forward under tho direction of this bureau and tho Influence of thoso federal endeavors has reached out Into a number of tho stoles U was quite opportune that the gov ernment undertook to foster tho building of good roadways Now through the education received from national road experts and from the crying necessity for bettor moans for wagon transportation of farm products to market a general demand for good permanent country highways has gono out from the agricultural classes America has keen exceedingly baokwtm In developing a system of goad public road but the time Is at hand when farmers will not be come felled to haul their grain and produce over ways covered with mire or filled with dangerous rule The general consensus of regarding public roads ollinionIIndiana Farmer Is that there bo a good strong executive man at tho hood of a forceful commission dealing with Ibo question Twentyone states In tho union have such a commission with an active and competent olvll engineer or some other skillful practical man at Its head It will be noticed that these states are Improving their highways and are making them permanent and durable Prominent among tho states thus applying business methods and scientific iKlndplM to road building 1asuits are notloenble Of coarse It willIrequire many years before every so tl hoe In these stalls is Immediately 1ItM tart It suffices that the wek hi well begun AN OUTDOOR FURNACE It Can Be Pat te Many Uses on the Farm Build UM furnace walla ot hick atImortar Wbe three tedMe hIs trots strips evewwleo lour apart tale makes Otee c as high M you woe ties walla ftnlah huc wtk a top frotn an oMUme haul l er or a part of an oW cook stove Take I For Washing or Canning ran old stove door for tho furnace door suggests tho Missouri Valley Farmer leaving room for ventilation undor tho door Uo any kind of piping but four or fiveInch pipe Is bettor than larger Build the furnace In n shed or some other convenient place PLOWING DEEP OR SHALLOW Much Depends on the Kind of Crop to Be Grown Plow deep In the tall and shallow It1 tho spring Is tho advlco of an Iowa professor ot agriculture Wo would amend this by suggesting that tho crop you expect to raise on tho land has something to do with It as docs also the length of Umo to elapse before the crop is sown or planted Plowing deep for wheat Is all right If the plowing Is dono In time so tho soil will settle before seeding but Iio who plows deep ono week and drills In his wheat tho next Is courting failure For English bluegrass timothy or any such crop It Is a detriment to plow very deep We havo found this out through sad and costly experience Deep plowing furnishes too loose a seed bed for any of this stuff nnd It Is a hundred times moro apt to dry out or freozo out boforo tho winter Is over Like a good many rules tho ono re toning to deep plowing In the fall should bo practiced only after a lull nnd careful consideration of tho field to bo plowed and tho crop to be sown LowHeaded TreejAppjoa grown on lowheaded trees can be picked at onethird tho cost than from highheaded trees Besides towheaded trees nro loss exposed to high winds which Is n great consid oration to tho protection of both Cio fruit on the tree and the tree as well from windstorms It Makes You Warml To go into n drug store find have the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD as what you asked for dont blame you Thats o wily we carry such rji tremendous I + o stock 1Ifjust to have what you want I tlvt fire always glad to Bet it for you t Tho ono thing that we do not have I + is the thing JUST AS GOOD Dont Believe in Itl PorJrugCoLI 0 0 o o o+j i I 0ooooeocoeoooooooooBoooooooaoeoe ocoooeoooooeooojo9oc o ao 0 IIi Berea and Vicinity iO o 0 II o v- I f GATHERKD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 0 oeoeoeo0ooeooeoe080o000j is invttsd to Mlssx tins Mrvtoss The Rihmaml Niyreal school o TuosdaI T rrlll of UoMsrtB Kjr II has Km visiting IMT laths awl mother Mr and Ira A I isUte j Mew Rattle laugh was the JVS II of Mil Martha and lur tla Spur lrxk j1bty ll- hthtIe If IIiii ou Is In Ixmliivlll this k t r lug a Ilkw lupliy of said AiA Mrs J Wl lihmtr relc liratod tnlmetenlh luiiulvpmory of tliolr trrttg In RlchMoix lout Fri f day Mrs Aida King and daughter have rturn i in inn after a wrkB visit j With r iMii- Mlatt fiira Spcnr of lima Ky U the ft f trn Kingthla wwk Mrs Krvln and Will Lance of Cincinnati ire lsllinn Mm inmore Sett t auflea In Beu enjoyed an ruling i link Toms ailn last Fri dayMr ti Mr Albert later d Indl anapoll tad are vi lUng Mrs Itak rra pa its Mr and Urn John Jobn sonProt Tiinjinmr and Prof Marsh user in altareion Monday on bust nessMltss Eva Engle attsttded London fair lilt week Mrs WnUer naglo who has been ill h for some time Is Improving hiMiss Bertha Andsrson of Whites spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs Will Ogg f Mrs Frank Brady and baby loft Saturday for a tow weeks visit with relatives In Oreenup county She thou goes to Now Mexico whero ahO will make her homo Miss Nettle Oldham was tho guest of Mrs Coddington Friday and Sat urdayMrs Frank Amos of Speedwell was in town Saturday If you want the best dividends ou your money go with me to tho Pan Handle Texas and buy the best lands fromrL For the Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How is it with the children Arc they thin pale delicate Do not forget Aycrs Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the General health in every way TM children tmnnol foiilblr hi wool 1 lion hallhAelugalehbrlglreaseoa 4lorne i resebf m all I 1nIre dosesct AJerl- i limo All ergetabtsupreoted rIi 1AIoers HAIR VIGOR AGUE CURe CIIERRV PECTORAL Ohio awl will enter school at the open I Ing of the Ml term toAeMarshall VaBghn a studsnt of Be rsa Oollsg after a very plsMtmt w wtJoH in Bastsrn ftentuokr IMW re txro d fas enter upon Ute dutlss of j Us sstool wwk Us reports A JIItM andla8MeIclub will meet Lewlis The subject for dlMtisston is The Seem laKly Supernatarslt Psychological and I SaperUlloue i Reports of sIckBsss of various kinds come from different perks of Uw Rat Ilcrca in the banner town for good health There WM little idckMss vtu befor we got our mountain water and now we are in hilariously go4 health- Mir Elisabeth White of Cincinnati who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Stephen left for CiMlniMtl liasday Mr Uknriss Ilewlsr for several years a Uersa sindsHt lift Tuesday for his home In Ohio Mlle Cora Ward of Lancaster was visiting at Mr li U Walteoea this week HftmlllM In Uerea who wish to send their sons and daughters to the Insti tution must remember the strict rule that students living In lisrea must on ter iu the fall or they will not bo allowed to onlor in the winter Also that children for the Primary Model school should by all means en ter at beginning of fall term oa there aro not likely to be any classes for them later The way to get the real benefit of tho Institution is to send children thrv the entire jear Fail term opens Sept 11 Write and tell all your friends out of town to send their young people at that time PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to leave Klrks vllle I will on Saturday Sept 21 1907 sell on the promises to the high est bidder a certain lot of land lying on the east side of Main street Kirks vllle Ky and containing about four acres of rich fertile land It has on it good improvements consisting of a seven room dwelling with pantry a cellar 22x27 feet good ice house stables meat house chicken I houses and a good two story store house This is a good location for a I doctor to run a drug storo in connec tion with hla practice or any one who wants to run a store of any kind Klrksvilla is a beautiful quiet vii last with a population of one hundred and fifty It Is a splendid location above any malaria ton mules south of Richmond nndIexcelled It has ono bank two gener al merchandise stores two black smith shops two undertakers two InnkerI half percent j from day of sale till paid Sale to cOm monco at 10 oclock a m- Mrs Dr Judy W P Prowltt Klrksvllle Ky Auc tioneer f Berea the Mountain College f0TltA11 refereitte In thl Article Imitate pages In our regular mia log Har lnrOier Information atecatalog Industries and Applied Science Pmf Martht Atling Dean Sufi Bdmardt Attinf Assistant Den Mr Robttt Wr Mt ts Mn Hilt Mr tMvrljr Mr Hwtoon Lisslpeer- Mr JM Cwabu Mr UmbMy Mks Mien Mr Vtamrr Mr My kits Cameron Mr Frmoei O Patti Mr Sum Clark MituCorwteI Mr Newer fl t7eik ldr Vse I This Department Jnclmlos the apprentice courses and academic course The latter are described under the Academy page 3530 The apprentice courses are for those who can remain in school but a short time rind who must receive the best tminin t and equipment possible for selfsupport citizen ship And the work of life Mftny students also use the skill acquired in oqe of those cotir es to enrn their way thru the Academy or CollegeNo student should enter any apprentcie course with out tin definite purpose of remaining thru the year The trustees greatly desire means and equipment for meting these courses Expenses as in the Model Schools see page 73 For admission one must be able to read and write wren aad understand Arithmetic So far as to include fractions Those who complete any apprentice course receive a diploma Apprentice Courses for Young Men Carpentry A limited number of young men may on ter upon n two years course In Carpentry giving 14 periods a week to stopwork and mechanical drawing and 10 to 15 periods a week to such Model School studies as may be assigned by the Dean Young men advanced in this course receive pay for suck work as can be furnished Ship VHrk Afr JSarfttt and Mr Ctitts B1IOPWOHKL pan mi MM clacks tactical IMMM tit MM d the ttnl pars II OroMk sad vwfati d wed orUw and owW joint Had their appMcanar III Tnmtaf XortMII4 lass ImUooo hip and wMejr nets sad gcnanl- utsew botldblg nMlur l9lintiM of pm M eMrdftt In coo uodtrd liNsIV Brldg MMlRt aM Mktaf af furImplcnMM V caw 4 work wladow rtraw auh comtractioa itair MUlag lakh VI rmctkcUawktocapMMoMioMWHlnllBwMArkittttrt Lindtley L Mctuair l Dnwla Vic of Imtnimrnu II Mechanical Drawing P1oor ptaw and staple deigns III Mrduninl Dnwtay K1e doss IV Man of howe to ha Jcriguod by ftadrnt V Slrvtkmadtraasngddibdhouse mnwwd bav VI Klknti end fult Led detail Tradnp sad blueprint Wood Work MachineryA limited number of apprentice receive systematic instruction and regular practice in the use of the fine woodworking machinery in the College shops PrintIngA limited number of young men may en ter upon an apprentice course in printing receiving in struction in typesetting proofreading making up forms care of machinery etc and earning some compensa tion after the first few weeks This work is carriedon as air extra in most cases in connection with other stud ies and no exact time can beset for its completion Foreman Rt ertr- Bookbinding and Farming As printing BricklayingFor some years a class in Bricklaying lots been taught during the winter months the class paying extra fees to meet the extraordinary expenses in volved This course will be continued if there are as many as twenty applicants for admission It is planned on the same basis as other apprentice courses ten hours of academic studies and the remainder of the time devo ted to the practical work By taking this course for a period of three months for one or two years an apt work man can easily earn from 150 to 300 per day during the summor vacation according to the skill which ho attains This course is ospocially adapted to stu dents who wish to continue in school for a number of years and earn a largo part of their expenses since the rush of work comes in the summer vacation Write to the Secretary for further information Apprentice Courses for Young Women Home ScienceYoung women may enter upon a two yours course in Home Scionce taking in addition to solving cooking and like subjects such Model School studies as the Dean may assign While apprentices in Home Science takes both sewing and cooking each will concentrate attention upon one subject so as to attain real proficiency as dressmaker or as cook and house hold manager Young women in the Home Science Ap prentice courses make great progress even in a few weeks Girls who could scarcely earn fifty cents a week soon become able to earn three to six times that amount in domestic labor and become in the same degree rnorev useful and happy in their own homes Mrs Hill Mist Spur NursingThe Borca General Hospital gives to sev oral young women a two years course of training as nurses Applicants for admission to the first year or probationers class must be mature young women o f good health and character and without relatives dependent upon them who might interrupt their course of study Mist Lillie Moore First Ytar StuJmlt will reside tt Ltdlei Halt or In approved boarding places like other students and receive one lesson a day In the llonpltal with additional Instruction In such claws of the other departments of the Institu lime as the Superintendent may select for them The Instruction of thfoyear will cover common physiology and hygiene the taking of temperature keeping of records diet fur the sick disinfection and genital accuracy and fidelity in following a doctors direction Young women whit complete their years course In a satisfactory manner will be recommended not as nurses but u fmergtnty Arlfert who In cases when nurses cannot be obtained may be employed to care for the sick under direc tion of a doctor Second Year A limited number of the most promising students who have completed the course as cmergcucylhelper will be admitted to a second year of Instruction They will reside In the Hospital receiving their inclden till tee board and uniform without expense atidTender active service In maintenance of the Hospital and care of Its patients as well as in such oases outside the Hospital as the Superintendent may assign Continued on pate six is 0000000000000-o 0 College Items I o e 0 HERE AND THER- Eoooooaoeoeoeoooooooooeodoo o 0I0 Mlle Clara Nlbort of Bealo W Va arrived Saturday night to attend school Miss Anna fleece returned from her vacation bringing lior- j brother Joseph who will outer school T J Osborno treasurer of the Col lege will return to work this week T J Oalmrne TrMsurrr of llrrrii College after a months vacation during cotItngeLick church last Sunday afternoon I Louis Boggs Whlttemoros brother arrived Tuesday night from Council Bluffs Iowa to be In school this taU Miss Anna Smith came Saturday She will bo the Presidents secretary I Miss Kato Coddington returned from her vacation Tuosdny noon Miss Cameron and Miss Burgess spent Tuesday In Richmond Prof Manulx Is spending a tow days this week at Lancaster Ky at tending tho teachers Institute Muss Myrna Walker came Saturday from Bollovuo Ky to assist in Mr Osbornes office Principal Dlnsmoro of the Normal Department has gone to Okalona Miss to visit the Okolona Industrial Colored Institute which IB by Wallace A Battle a conduotedI Bores The Institute calved a gift of 10000 from Andrew Carnegie Prof Miles E Marsh principal of the Academy has returned to Boron Prof Til Ii Mnntli A Mh Venn of the Arailniiiy nnil lrofri ir of History lleren College after a term of study at the Harvard Summer school and a trip through the east which Included visits to New York Washington and Niagara Falls From present Indications tho Madi son County FAIT Richmond Sept 10 11 12 13 promises to bo the most suc cessful exhibition held in recent years Everything Is being done by those in terested to have on this occasion an excellent display of stock and other products of the farm and home This will be a fair for everybody wQ StAn EBAND SHOES ARE JlEI1EC 250and 300 I HO MODERN STYLES J OLDTIME HONESTY A Shoo as good as i tho name it boars I I lisOME time ago the man I ufacturers Roberts f J Johnson Rand Shoe Co set about to produce a shoe of high quality that could be sold at a medium priceThey have reduced the process shoemaking to a scientific basis and the result is the MAYFLOWER 1 II This is a shoe that could- besoldforagreatdealmore i money than 250 and I 1 300 However there is a demand for a shoe at these prices and we have it i There need be no hesitancy in buyingthe May flower It is made right and backed by the manu facturers If they are honestly constructed every way we will notI your money We have styles to please the most particular 1 COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR BIG STOCK MRS S R BAKERS 4 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 ou the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike 1 two year old stud by Ky Artist dam Red Squirrel mare 6 good young mares one to three years old 10 steer calves 5 Poland China boar shoats 1 good mulch cow 300 bales good timothy hay 25 barrels of old corn 3 goats 25 stock hogs 1 bind er 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 ples Bank Paint Lick Ky EJ 6 percent interest from date- D Ramse- yIt 11 No2 Paint Lick Ky W P Prewltt Auctioneer so+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oto+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o4 0+ If You Are Looking For o I Bargains- You I I must Not Pass This Store i 0 0 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves etc at Bargain Pricest2 In Mens best lino of Dress and Work 2 6 Shirts Overhalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Half hose Hats g yo0ot Suits +o 0+ We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and fi pay top prices for Produce Yours for Business 0 ia Moves Cash Store I I Berea KJu o Fo4otoIo o+oe+ee+o I 1 I 1 eeO+odo+ T4 I r 1 the Citizen ft 11111nppr for ill that la right true and Intecstlnf I PubllihfJ net Thursday at Bern Yy BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates HTABIJC IN ADVANCE One Teen jtale 6t Three Months u NOU1Ordrnat stamps The date after your name on label shows toe notbungedotify aa ere notified a will Wladly nipplled It we ulleriptJOnidLiberal term given to any who obtalai new ubacrlptlona for us Any one fading ua four Xearlyaubacrlptlona taD receive ThcCitlacnfrn r one year AdrtrtUlng rate oa application r MIX1KK OF- KSNTUCKY PRESS A830CIATIOH u What this country needs Is denatured automobiles Alfonso may visit South America Is that a sign the baby Is crying nights Social maneuvers are sometimes Im portant In army life as well as mili tart tactics A Massachusetts mau has eloped with his motherinlaw Or has been eloped with by more probably Germany Is rapidly catching up They have had over 1500 automobllo accidents over there during the past pix months No more Injunction can stop a free American from remarking that the suit against the snuff trust Is nothing to bo sneezed at It was only right that the New York policeman who Is worth only 500000 should retire from the force and give others a chance A Massachusetts man started on his wedding trip without knowing where he was going to land That is tho way most men start when they get married Emperor William and his partner were beaten by two girls In a recent game of tennis Doesnt this come dangerously near putting William In the mollycoddle class Tho man who has been following Dr Wileys advice about swallowing his food without chewing Is under ctood now to be taking indigestion tablets In the same manner Announcement that a theatrical trust has been formed which covers the principal cities of the world shows that the combination mov ment has reached a new stage of de- Velopment A New Jersey horticulturist claims to have produced a strawberry near ly as large as a potato He might have been a little more explicit and described It as being almost as larges a lump of coal Goat may locomotor ataxia as the medical department of the state university hopes it will remarks the Detroit Free Press but there should be a lot of powerful motor in mule lymph We discover the age of a horse If we are wise in such things by look log at his teeth but who Is wise enough to fix the price of a dental bill by looking at the patches on the molars of a fair patient Should he enter tho race for the mean man championship of the earth the Arkansas undertaker who has a I habit of stealing tho shrouds from I corpses that he meets In the line of business would win easily A Tribune correspcdent has discor ered that housework is the most attractive employment for women but that nevertheless they shun It Not being a woman the correspondent should know A committee of hired girls might view him carelessly and decide that shoveling sand was a more congenial occupation than writ ing but that wouhl not drive him to manual labor Tho first honorary degree of doctor of medicine which Oxford university h has over granted has just been con erred upon a man who bad looked for ward to the practice of medicine In London He gave up the idea years ego to devote his knowledge and his life to the poor fisherfolk of Labrador The recipient of the degree Is Dr Wilfred T Grenfell and the degree itself Is with peculiar significance In this case honoris causa It is axiom no strike can succeed which has not public sym pathy on Its side The leaders of two recent strikes in New York must have forgotten this for It is hard for the public to sympathize with men who let tho garbage of a great city rot In the streets and breed disease or with men who prevent the sufferers in the tenement from getting Ice The wise leader is the one who first makes sure that he has a just cause and then lets the public know all About it ID11t 1Aop nf a Sbntnrrartj Sites tit iEiUtraftmt By PRESIDENT ALBERT BOYNTON STORMS low State Collide JEMOCHACY is more than a political experiment It is the latest spiritual enterprise of tho ages Though not yet complete nor permanent democracy is the crowning achievement of history Democracy is an ideal n leaven not to be identified absolutely with any political or social organization Critics of democracy have generally overlooked its fundamental ethical principles The first of these is that democracy docs not mean government by the least fit the ignorant the mob but government by majorities and majorities created by ideas and ideals The peril of republics is ever before utbe peril that springs from ignorance and from a lack of intelligent patriotism Other forms of government may survive indefinitely over a stolid and nonprogrcssivo people Republics cannot live without virtue Democracy has encouraged the broadening of the ecopo of education Older colleges and educational itcals lfrr conservative and aristocratic but classicalculture and the humanities alone are inadequate The school must teach the real interests of life for a working people The Sturdy youth in laboratories and shops drafting rooms and field with lifes real business before them have brushed aside intellectual dillctttantism Science and art have meaning for lifes earnest work as well as for its leisure pastimes Higher education however in a democracy cannot be adequately based nor adequately provided except by tho people themselves A Demo cratic people do not thrive best in any of their interests by being paternal ly and patronizingly endowed by benevolence It is only by golfassertion and by institutions that are organized and equipped and maintained by the peoples own will and at their cost that a Democratic society can ade quately provide for its higher educational needs as well as for its outer social and political requirements- Is democracy favorable to the enthusiasm of the scholar This too is a question that still awaits answer In all ages that history pronounces great the scholar has stood forth with torch in huud to guide men to the fountains of living waters and to tho serene heights of intellectual and spiritual outlook and inspiration Other men may Ho down to sloop in the furrows which they have plowed or by the heaps of metal which they have dug from the mine but tho scholar like the Christ seeks tho moun tain side and the night and the silence and when ho comes to minglo with the people and to put his hands to his daily task it is with a touch of power His soul grips the commonplace and transfuses it with tho light of the spirit Democracy cannot do without the scholar Nn Nrrh of girt u fesJtewt By G ELLIOT FLINT Author ofPowcrand Health Through Progrsel live Excreltc An athlete should im prove training and he should calculate this period so as to meet 1m opponent or opponents at the litiio and not much aftpr be readied his best condition The contest over he should go out of training but continue to exercise liut thus nursing his reserve force he may remain formidablo for many years and thereafter each successive time he trains he ought to bo a better man than he was in any previous training Several months should elapse between trainings An athlete with good habits ought to last athletically until he is past CO Weston at 68 is now apparently at his best But athletes who keep constantly on edge are apt to break down How hard it is for athletes to hold their own after they have attained their highest condition is shown by the many thntugo stale before the contest they have trained for takes place Oarsmen prizefighters and football men frequently break down in their training if it been begun too early I I have said that those out of training should exorcise The difference between exercise and training is considerable While the prolonged or constantly recurring supreme efforts that constitute training proper are wearing and in the end devitalizing the regular moderate efforts proceed ing from exercise arc a necessary condition of our normal development and wellbeing One who keeps in fair condition by exercise can easily get into his highest condition by training but in this latter stale he should not remain longer than two or three months Do gull always your utmost only occasionally All know that some organs never rest for even one minute The heart pumps blood while life lasts the lungs expand and contract un teasingly and the innumerable organs concerned in absorption secretion and excretion arc constantly active Activity then is a necessary condition of life so that the moan who remains persistently inactive or who is active only when he occasionally trains is not living physiologically as he should and is therefore not long to sur Ive wl1r uwrxn oman I By PROF GUY CARLETON LEE Johns tiopklnt University constantlywhile has has The man who searches effect for cause must find his goal most often in the influence of a woman Not always for good that could not be But it would seem that all that tins endured has been for good and that tho evil which has been wrought by woman and it has not been slighthas been ephemeral in all respects I know of no enduring evil that can be traced to n woman as its source but I know of no constant good which did not findeither its beginning or its fostering in a womans thought or work Poppaca leaves but a name Agrippina leaves an example It may be true of men that the evil that they do lives after them while the good is oft interred with their bones but it is not true of women Of course there is a sense in which it is truein the descent from mother to son of tho spirit of tho aurighteous mother but even this would not scent to hold as a rule and the effects are often modified by the influence of a love for a higher nature The sum of womans influence upon the destinies of the world is good the balance inclines steadily toward the best Woman is the hope of the world j DROWNED BY SCORES NEW BRIDGE OVER ST LAY RENCE NEAR QUEBEC FALLS VICTIMS MAY NUMBER 80 Half of Structure Collapses Carrylni Workmen Under the Water Where the Wreckage Holds Them Quebec QuoA section of mho now brldgo across the 8t Lawrence river five miles below this city collapsed late Thursday carrying scores of bridge workers and mechanics Into the water It Is estimated that the loss of life Is at least CO and may ex teed that number by 20 The bridge was about a mile and a halt in length and half of It from the south shore to midstream crumpled up anti dropped Into the water Ninety men were at work on this sec tlon of tho structure and tho whistle had Just blown at 830 for the men to quit work for the day when there came a grinding sound from the bridge midstream The men turned to see what had happened and an Instant later the cry went up the bridge la fallingFew Have Time to Escape Tho moll mado a rush shoreward but tho distance was too great for them to escape Tho fallen section of the bridge dragged others after It the snapping girders and cables booming like a crash of artillery Terror lent fleetness to tho feet of tho frightened workmen as they sped shoreward but only a few of thorn reached safety before tho last plcco of Iron work on tho south shore was dragged Into the riverNear tho shore the wreckage of the bridge did not go below tho surface of tho water and eight workmen who remained above water were rescued and taken to tho hospital at Levis Held Down by the Wreckage Tho steamer Glcnmont had just cleared the bridge when tho first see Lion toll The water thrown up by the debris came clear over the bridge of the steamer The captain at once lowered boots The small boats plied backward and forward over the sunken wreckage for half an hour bat there was no sign of lIfo The twtatei Iron and stool had Its victims In a tor rlble death grip All the men drowned were em ployos of the Ihoealxvlllo Bridge com pany and subcontractors of Quebec and MontrealMourning In the Villages There Is scarcely a family In the villages of St ItamtMld and New Liv urpool which has not been bereaved while In some cases five wl six nice of a single family have been killed Prom utmost every house is heart the sound of lamentations of women The disaster excused much exdite moot here and Is regarded as a na tlonal calamity Nothing Is known of tho cause of the disaster There was nothing of an untoward nature reported that could give the slightest Indication during tho past few days that the hugo structure was In a dangerous condition It was built on such Immense lines that It did not seem possible It could break down Was to Be Wonderful Bridge The bridge was remarkable In that It was to bo the longest single span cantilever bridge In the world the length of tho span In the contor being 1SOO foot or 200 feet longer than that of tho Firth bridge at present the worlds longest single bridge span Tho bridge was begun about seven years ago and It was to be finished In 1909 Subsidies had been granted by the federal and provincial gfcvorn ments and the city of Quebec and the estimated cost of the work was 10 000000The Phoenix Drldgo company of Pennsylvania had the contract for tho construction of the bridge and was working from both sides of the river Women May Stbp Strike Now Ybrki Thu Now York papers announce that Helen Gould Mrs Clarence II Mackay and Mrs J O Phelps Stokes representing tho women stockholders In the Western Union and Postal Telegraph compa nies held a secret conference late last week on the strike situation and took action looking to a settlement of the difficulty After the conference ac cording to the printed stories Miss Gould cabled to her brother George J who la In Europe to come home at once It is reported that bo sailed last Sunday Nelson Morris Pastes Away Chicago Nelson Morris pioneer Chicago packer and multimillionaire died at his homo 2463 Indiana avenue Tuesday of heart disease aggravated by kidney trouble Mr Morris was born In the Black Forest Germany In 1840 and came to America penniless when ho was 11 years old made his way to Chicago and went to work In the stockyards Michigan Troops at Norfolk Norfolk VaCompany E First reg- Iment Michigan National guard of Lansing under Capt E C Rode arrived at the Jamestown exposition Thursday and went Into camp They will remain here one week Yellow Fever Near Havana Washington A cablegram from Havana to the Marine hospital service reports the appearance of yellow fever at Campo across the bay from Havana Thero Is one undoubted caao and other suspected cases FUN FOR THE BOYS How to Make and Shoot the Minnie Darts Do you like to play with a Mlnnlo Dart Dont know what It la Well perhaps the picture will explain and If you do not understand It Ill de scribe how to make ono Try It ourselves and you will enjoy both mak ing and playing with It Whittle a pluo stick perfectly straight and Making the Darts round a little larger In diameter than a lead pencil Tho stick should be two feet long With a small saw out In ono end a silt about five Inches J deep Into this slit insert a piece shapeIor three tacks When this Is done balance the dart on your knife blade to find the center of gravity and at tho point of balance out a notch slant- Ing In tho direction of the point away from the card end The success of the toy says Philadelphia Ledger de ponds on balancing correctly A piece of some springy wood Is used for the lash Cut this about three feet long and tho diameter of a whip handle tapering toward the end To the tapering end of this stick fasten a stout string about two feet long and at the other oath of the string tie a knot To shoot the dart hold It with the left hood near to the tall or paper end boWlfcg time whip lathe right jest Itko you see the boy In the picture doing Throw the sizing over the dart Dad draw It through the notch until It eatebes on Ute Throwing the Darts knot Then with a rapid upward motion switch tho whip in the air lob ting go to the dart at the same time The dart will leave the string and soar high Into the air MARYS FISHING It Was All Right Until She Caught a Real Live Spider Tho other day Mary aged tour was having a most exciting time flitting from the nursery window She had a long string that reached to the top of a tall rose bush In the garden Now I have caught a whale laughed shoo And up she hauled a whale that weighed several tons at least judging by the tugs and grunts that Mary gave This monster was safely landed on the nursery floor and the line again lowered Next amo a swordflsh which wits followed by other terrible creatures that can id Mary a fresh shout of Joy ach time Suddenly her mirth was chang ed to a horrible groan and hen a cry of bloodcurdling fright Mother ran to see what had happened Coming up the string possibly to see what bad become of all tho sea monsters was a pretty little black and yellow spider Nearer and nearer It was crawling and closes and closer Mary held the string Save mot she sobbed Oh the awful thing will cat mo upl Let gel laughed the mother Mary oad never onto thought of that solu Lion Tho right hand relaxed and all danger was pst Dear mol said Mary later front tho cozy harbor of mothers arm A really truly spider Is a lot worser than a makvliellove alligator why mother why Fell but Once Tourist whom Johnny Is showing the tllgbts7 I suppose people fall down this steep cliff often dont they JohnnyNo Air once la enough for moat of em A GOOD KITE Make the One You Fly and You Wilt Take Pride In It Iito flying Is ono of tho beet out door amusements that a boy could have Indeed wo know a good many men that enjoy It as notch as they did when they wore young The writer ot this Is one of them There Is a fas clnatlon about It that li not easily de scribed City boys havo little chance to Indulge In tho sport except when they go to tho country or tho seashore during vacation but those that live In t the suburbs or In places where they may conveniently roach the open fields ought all to havo their kites Fancy designs of all kinds are loll V In tho shops but It a boy wishes to have all tho fun there Is In tho sport A J he ought to make his own kite IJtto sides It will give him better service The accompanying cut shows how a good flyer may be made Out Ok some straight gralned light wood cedar preferred make four sticks about oneeighth of an inch In thick ness Let two of them be 22 inches In length one 17 H inches and tho other 13a inches Place them as shown In the picture and tack them firmly whore they cross Cut little notches at the ends of tho sticks and put a string around tho whole frame tntk Ing It taut and tying It so that U will not slip Now cut out a piece of very thin manila IHlpertllBue paper would do but thin manila Is morn serviceable one Inch larger all around than the frame and paste the edge over the string Make a small hole In tho end of the sticks at A n C D K and F and put In a string loosely from A top from II to K and from C to D Mako a string loop trout K to F to which the tall of the kite ls to be attached The strings must oome through to the pa per side of the kite not the stick Tho cord by which you are to fly theIkite should bo attached where the strings cross each other do this with The Kite Frame a loose knot oaolottag aJ tkf itrlncu Pot the tall oxpintaa CbkSo sews HM a strip of niMltft about ono lip In width sad II feet In tensUi Md attaeh ten bobs MM ot paper rolled up Jf the kite should dive add note tall until it sells steadily A TOY AIRSHIP You Can MaksOne Which Will Move Through the Air Make two paper cones Close tho small eud of each with a oerk QJ shown In Fig 1 Thrust a needle through each ot tho corks Bend the points of the needles that protrude tram the corks toward tho inside of the cones so as to term hooks Run a strong elastic from one to the ether of these books Paato your cones together joining them with a band of thin paper Bend the part of the needlo that sticks out from ono of the corks at right angles to form a sort of handle Cut out a screw propeller like tha shown In Fig 3 Attach It between t Diagram from Which to Work balls of wax to the needle at tho other end Cut out little wings and paste thorn at tho middle of each side of tho cqnes so that they will servo to bal ante your airship In Its flight Suspend a little basket to tho w cones by threads and your airship Is completeTo it fly turn the handle at one end so that tho elastic Is twisted tightly Upon releasing It explains the Los Angeles Times tho elastic will proyllertocontinue to fly until tho elastlo U un wound Johnnys Wish Johnny I wish I had a pair of goats Mother What kind of goats sons Johnny Oh a now kind that look ilrttheyrow t REFORMED BY A DREAM By MRS F M HOWARD rln nnPlu Copyright by Joieph U UowIcO Grandma come tie my shots Omma please button my dress The old lady hurried to cqinply with ttiOlattor request to the disregard of the first command Tie up your own shoes dear- lcthaa good boy she said coxing ly to the heavyeyed fretful looking boy In tho nursery J shant he retorted sullenly Ill tell ma on you If you dont mind me But my hones ache so sonny site remonstrated It hurts me to liet down Come now bo good to Urandma I dont care What you hero for If tslnt to work ho oald with Incip lent brutality Tho Lord knows sonny what Im hero for Seems like there aint no room In tile world for my poor old bonesYou natty bad toy to make Gam ma ky cried little Rose striking at him with her little fat hand Ilosle loves Gamma Itoslo does pursued the little comforter hugging her small arm around tho wrinkled neck wcn Hotlo dots big shell have A big splendid house an Gamma shall live In IL an well play aM1 day wont we Gamma r I hullo so darllnV Tho old lady brushed away A hut tear for she was not so hardened to abuse that she had gotten beyond the sting of II and a kind word touched hor oven moro keenly than tho harsh ones Mrs Irlngle was a second wife io Tho gentle mother of those children lay sleeping In hor grave Sho had tiled when Hoslo was born and the grandmother had brought tho babe through the perils of Infanoy In addl lion to her other cares Martin Prln gle hid married again aftor A decent Interval a much more showy and stylish woman than his frat wife had boon In strict Justice to her It must bo confessed that she was n tolerably kind mother to tho children but the Even Co Shall You Da Sent Away old lady bad dropped front hor poll Ion of housemother to that of household drudge undqr hpr rule so naturally that the transition was Irardly noticed In tho family F Ml irJnBle bow often havo I toM7ou no4 to como to tho tablo until your shoot wore properly laced Tho son MIll heir had como In his shaIc js dragging behind 111m- OrunlJulI1 wouldnt tlo cm for me Mean old thing Your mother Is getting crosser ev cry day of her IIfeNMrl Prlnglo turned to her husband with A re proachful air as if be was very much to bjamo for being the son of such a reprehensible mothor Grammas back bunted so she couldnt toop down said little Rode tin defensive IFIrst wo know shell bo laid up on our hands with Inflammatory rheuma lam Mrs Irluglo took a now tack PrIngleItfamily and before long too I am not going to bo tied down to nursing a lick old woman I can tell you that Well well Im In a hurry and ijiavent time to talk about It now Mr Fringla bolted his food and mum bled his reply crossly Six weeks from that day there was A poor decrepit bundle of humanity sitting dejected In a corner of one of tlio great depots of Chicago liar cyea wore heavy and bleared vlth many tears and she seemed half dazed and stunned by tho noisy bus Do about her A faded old vallso jtood at her feet and she wearily drew a need cako from a Email bag pn hor arm anti tried to blto It oft with hor toothless guns VUcrc grandmother havo same of my lunch said a pleasantfaced lady coming from another Scat and sitting I down bcsldo her My daughter has rut up so much for ma I never can cat it alouo Im sure Sho had been watching the poor old body for n half hour gnat with n hcajt overflowing with pity for her ovdcnf loneliness Thank yo kindly maam replied 1 ho old lady taking a tender sand vich and a soft toothsome piece of takofrom the friendlyhand leaked you going far grandmother the stranger Yes maam away off to Boston To Boston Surely you aro not going there alone at your aler Yes all alone The aged lip quiv ered like t childs Going to visit your friends I sup pore with friendly curiosity No the old lady shook her head mournfully I dont expect to find anybody there that I know butbut my son reckoned that as I came from there 1 had a claim to be took caro of by that county an so Im Agoln tototho poorho She broke down there and with muffled sobs hid her poor aid face In tho corner of her shawl Tho lady laid her hand gently on the bowed head her heart swelling with pity and Indignation There there mother dont cry she said tenderly and this son of yours Is ho so very poor he cannot tako care of you himself Oh no the bowed head lifted n little hes right well to do but you see bos married a new wlfo that aint been i o long acquainted with me an then too Im too old to work an I alnt stylish an nice like Mis Irlnglo would like mo to be Sho expects company for over Christmas a dread ful stylish lady from New York an they sorter foil ashamed o mo I reckon an besides Sary wanted my loom for hor compny so hero I am Sho tried to smile through her tears It putty nigh broke my heart maam A Icavln em all for though thoy was putty bash some times they WAS all I had If she had looked Into the taco of her companion she would have seen flashing eyes and lips compressed with Inward emotion but she was too much Absorbed In hor grlof to notice There now dont think any mpro about IL Tho kind hands were un tying her faded bonnetNIII go and got you a cup of tea and that will rest you In tho meantime there had been a revolution of feeling in the Prlnglo family Martin had gone back to his office after seeing his poor old mother on board tho train and AS it was A cold day ho sat down before tho glow Ing fire to warm his foot Tho walk from the station had been a long one he seldom employed streetcars the warm lire niado him drowsy and It II probable that Ills days experience was answerable for the strange dream that he had The consciousness of having done a supremely mean act II not a restful pillow for a sleeping Imagination and Mr Pringles played him a queer trick Ho thought ho was at homo by his warm anthracite flro when a stranger opened the door and came in tall Impressive and stem Mr Prlnglo had no familiar word of greeting for Htm although ho know Him at onto and Instinctively It was tbo Savior of mankind and Ho stretched out A long majestic arm with an accusing forefinger pointed toward tho unflllal sons heart Man where Is thy mother and tho praying one of this house she who has been your psssovor for years Como find her A cold sweat broke out on the dreamers brow AS ho stammered in shame and contrition I have sent her away Even so shall you bo sent away The words tell with crushing force upon the guilty hoart apd With a look of condemning reproach olio passed out and Mr Pringle was alone and awake tho cold sweatdrops upon his brow as they had been In his dream and his limbs trembling with fright Ho hurriedly arose whoa bo could command his trembling limbs and buttoning up his warm qorcoat he thought with a shiver that the moth ers shawl was both old and thin he started for homo Sarah was In tho hall to meet him Sarah weve done an awful thing said Martin his knees beginning to tremble again Va hav thought enough about God and IbV future and Im afraid His smiting band will be upon us If this wrong Isnt made rightHow can It bo made right Shes gone and whats done cant bo un done Yes It can and Im going after her I can go on tho limited and catch her before sho ROCS any fartherNand then ho told her his dream Sarahs head drooped It was fearfully bard for her to give up her will Well perhaps you had bettor she bald They wore coming out of the room where they had breakfasted the old ladys feeble stops supported by the younger ones strong arm when Mr Prlnglo met thorn and hot eyes rest ed upon him In terrified surprise Oh Martin what Is IU sho cried laying her trembling hand upon his arm Is anybody sick or dead at homo Is It Iloslo No no mother there Is nobody sick or dying ho answered with a shamefaced look but I have coma after you mother Wo cannot lot you go after all The good effects of Martin Prlnglos singular dream lasted all through the aged mothers lifo and when at last they laid her away for her last long rest itwaa with real regret and tearr of unfeigned sorrow1 TURKEY OUR NOBLEST BIRD Crossing with the Wild Species to Improve Market Product Tho most notable American bird In the farm category Is tho turkey grow Ing as ho does to the great weight of 30 and even 40 pounds and losing nothing In flavor and toothsomeneas Likewise the most regal of our remaining game girds Is his blood broth or the wild turkey from which he has descended There Is perhaps no Instance where domestication has scored so little in Improvement as with tho turkey In fact In some respects the taming and breeding have hurt Instead of helped tbo species No prize domestic gobbler Is over so beautifully marked or so resplend ent with feathers of black shaded with rich bronze and Illuminated with a lustrous finish of burnished copper ns is the typical wild turkey while tho vigor and vitality of the wild bird Is such tbat to this day we strengthen the most virile of our bronze turkeys by an Infusion of the wild blood Rhoda Island stands for the best in turkey production The last cen sus shows lest than 7000000 turkeys In the United States and only about 6000 produced annually In Rhoda Is land yet according to a turkey ex pert It all tbo turkeys ot the country were of such good quality as Hhode Islands their total value would be doubled According to the department of ag riculture the growing of turkeys has greatly Improved during the last few years as a result of a determined ef fort on tho part ot producers ot standard bred stock to demonstrate that It Is much more profitable to use pure breeding stock than the smaller and less vigorous stock of times past The wild turkey Is also being used to Instill further new vigorous blood Into the bronze flocks Inbreeding Is tho fatal defect among the practice of many turkey growers The tact tbat turkeys will from the time that they are six weeks old un til winter gain the greater part of their enUro living from bugs Insects grasshoppers and waste grain assures their existence during this period at little or no cost to tho grower whoro there Is a sufficient rango for the birds Nineteen Hour Days Our hours said a nature stud ent aro nothing to the birds Why some birds work In the summer 19 hours n day Indefatigably thoy clear tho crops of Insects Thu thrush guts up at 230 every summer morning Ho rolls up his sleeves and falls to work at once And ho never stop till 910 at night A clean 19 hours During that tlmo be feeds his vuroolous young 206 times Tho blackbird starts work at the same time as the thrush but he lays uhf earlier Ills whittle blows nt 730 and during his 17hour day ho sets about 100 made before his kfttdkis Tho titmouse Is up and about by 3 mouse In said to feed his young 417 In tho morning and his stopping tlmo Is 9 at night A fast workur tho tit- mealsmeals of caterpillar mainly In the long hard hot day Senator Pettus Library Tho late Senator Pettus of Alabama was a Fortyniner going overland to California In the early days and en gaging In placer mining IIu took with him on that long and tedious Journey three books tho Hlblo Shakespeare and Hums poems Ho said of thorn at ono tlmo not long since I read the lllblo from cover to cover I rend the lido flutes I rend the captions of the chapters I learned great parts of It by heart and I havent forgotten them yet I learned many of Hums poems by heart and much of Shukrspeurc In the same way too Such rending of these three books was an education In Itself It Is not likely that many miners engaged In that search for wealth spent their leisure In as profitable a way Goshawks Changing Plumage 1 know no bird which passes through so many changes of plumage anti color of eyes as the goshawk A young one which I have mounted is about the size of a small lien and Is covered with white down JIll eyes aro pale blue I colored the eyes exactly from lifo When fuily grown tho first plumage Is dark brown above and the eyes are polo yellow No ono would be likely to suspect this being a goshawk who had only seen adult birds Later It changes to the dark shady blue of the adult and the eyes after passing through nil the Intermediate changes in color Toni straw yellow orange yellow and pink finally as sume the deep rich red of the adult Forest and Stream Long Overdue What queried the very young man was the happiest day of your life It hasnt come yet answered the oldest Inhabitant sadly Hasnt come yet echoed the other In surprise When do you think It will come When people cease to asc fool questions answered the old man Hed Failed So Often Mr Tlmmld has asked If ho might call tonight 1 think he wants to tell me tbat he loves me said Miss YernerIYes and Im afraid that he will t too A TEMPERANCE SETTLEMENT What Lady Somerset Is Doing for the Women Drunkards Recently it was announced that Lady Henry Somerset had retired from public lire to devote herself to rescue work among erring and Inebrl ate women in the settlement at Dux hurst England It Is now a decade since the Duxhurst home was started the pioneer establishment of Its kind It has grown and developed proving the wisdom of Its promoters who held that the needs of the Individual must be recognized by special care and sep arate housIng provisions that the personal friendly example which Is the salient feature of Christs minis try must be tbo guiding principle and that the crushed weak and tempt ed can only be helped as they are led It Is in the spirit of this conviction that she has now gone to Duxhurst there to spend tho remainder of her good and useful life On August 3 she reached the vantage point of 55 years She has been the guiding spirit of Duxhurst from the beginning It was she who conceived and brought Into existence the attractive cottage colony on the sunny and sweetscented slopes of Surrey which has been an object lesson In correct treatment for women who are slaves of the drink habit and which has served to bring about needed and better legislation for the wom en drunkards of Great Britain and other countries- It Is easily seen that the most Im portant feature of the Duxhurst colony Is tho novel and wise arrange bent for tho recognition of tho Indi vidual Dy assigning the women to cottages of six occupants in charge of a nurse slater the harm of contact with others similarly afflicted is greatly decreased A healthy homo atmos phere Is created and each Individual can bo moro readily reached with cottagos10resimply ment as every selfrespecting laborer ought to have at homeclean dainty The Birds Nest and pretty The women take great pride In what they call our little homes and they return to their own domiciles with a new mental Imago as to what a home should be like They are given active employment and Industrial training They tako part in the various Industries which have been started on the estate such as the care of poultry beekeeping dairy work flowerculture jammak ing and a certain amount of laundry and needlework Pleasant outdoor oxorclso and occupation Is found to be the best restorative for weakened nerves and wills Tho Indoor occupa tions Include basketmaking by which a good supply of baskets Is produced for homo use and for sale seedsort ing which provides a profitable win ter occupation Much attention Is given to weaving and knitting the products being dressmaterials hucka back towels tablecloths etc all of which find a market and help to sup port the enterprise- It Is required that each patient shall have A guarantee of five shillings 125 a week before entering but if she Is able to earn enough to pay her expenses through the week any thing over that Is placed to her credit and at the end of her stay In the home Is handed back to her In the form of canI patients as as 000 In a single year while the income Is about 10000 Nearly 14000 pounds or about 70000 is the investment At Duxhurst tho last remaining sum having been collected as A surprise gift fund for Lady Henry Somerset on her birthday by tho British Worn ens Temperance association Lady Henry Somerset says the Christian Herald goes about at Dux hurst from cottage to cottage visiting with and speaking loving words of personal spiritual help and encouragement to the Inmates who regard her as a veritable angel of mercy She lives In a centrally located little cottage simply furnished lIke the rcztjnnd her usual attire Is that of the nurse full skirt apron cap and kerchief Times Have Changed Samuel Gompers president of the American Federation of Labor said In n recent Interview Fifteen or 20 years ago the common meeting place of a labor union would be a saloon or the room adjoining a saloon but we changed all that I would not say that it is now never done but the whole influence of the federation is given against It It was not good for the wen It was not good for the unions There was more likeli hood of violent talk and unwise meas tires It hurt tho standing of the unions In the community Hence that is practically done away wlth i 1855 Berea College0711 1 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of ell 1IOver 60 iastr den 1175 statical hem 27 stales Urgeil college library la Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress r r Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Ulblo Handwork Lessons la Farm and Household Management etc Free tent booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fraction and compound number Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting etudlesto- fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young maa may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to Ot for business Even a part ot this course as fall and winter term Is vary profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 And 4 year courses with Latin Oer man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories rctentltta apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the reformation culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Sinning free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra tn connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students In paid out tor their benefit sad the School expend 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 era supporting Bared In order that It may train young men and woolen for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be Skis the College provides doctor aud nurse without extra charge All except those with parents tn Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn M much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretory before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Derea favors plain clothing Our climate is ch bOft but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warns wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work unllorms umbrellas and other necessary articles nt coal LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost ne College asks no rent for the flue buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe fall and lBO In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tag of bedding 40 coati a week tn tall and spring 60 cents 4a winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as euaranten for return of room key library books etc This Is paM but once and is returned when the student departs Second on Incidental Fee to help on expensed for care of school build lugs hospital library tote Students pay nothing for tuition or service ot teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 4 00 In lower Model Schools 600 tn courses wilt Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and room re U by the term board by the hilt term Installments aro M follows FALL 14 weeks 2960In ona payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12109 Including 100 deposit taMdla ot term 146- WINTER12 weeks 29001g one payment 12850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by penalsitoa before the end of ft term receive back fur money Advanced On board In full except that no allowance is made fee any fraction of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance fee any fracUoa ot a monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply Ux amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided tt Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY Wtea you have made your may and are wen started In school it pays to stay as long as possible THE FIRST DAY of tot fall term N September 11 1907 For information or friendly Advloe write to tta Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the melt sad boys who see It The mountain people like a good thing when they sw It tad to get a 75 Ml knife two b adee of razor steel anda dollar paper uaia worth more to the smountalm people thus say other dollar pipes la the world Tile Knife anti The Citizen for One Dollar I That brings la mibtwlptloM all the tins gos lull pwaJsm Ilat on pap 7 I I THE HOSE I Conducted ljr Mm Jrniilo Lester II 111 A School Girls Outfit I spoke last week of the need of warm underclothing for n girl going away from home This week I wish to omplmsizo the need of preparing- for rainy weather Lessons go on rain or shine and tho eobool girl must be ready for class whatever tho weather A rain oont of waterproof ornvauette is tho bolt protection in rainy weather and will take tho place of n heavy jacket Rubber overshoes null an umbrella are absolute necessities These do uoloust eo much ns tho loss of a week of school from n lioavycold Two good pair pf shoes should bo bought ono nt toast with heavy soles for everyday wear With two pair of shoes n change can be made to dry shoos if caugbt out by n sudden ruin Bring also a good supply of stockings among thorn threo good pair of woolen ones if you are no custotned to woarlngwoolon hose in winter For hoadwear nothing is better than tho Tam o Shnutor caps of cloth no much worn now unless it is the handknit or crocheted ones of yarn They are girlish and becoming t most faces and stand any amount of went and tear If blue is selected for the suit a blue top to match is pretty The brighter colors should be avoided in these caps us they are likely to fade and look soiled quickly Marking clothes Every thing should be marked before leaving homo Work the initials with a chain stitch outline stitch or even n backstitch in some color of cotton that will not fade On many nriialw white will show boat and oven on whito garments it is best if worked heavy enough The mending bag Do not forget that tho stitch in time is needed nt school as well as nt home Bring pieces to match each dress or shirt waist so they may be mended neatly if tprn Fine cud oonrso thread both white and black should be brought together with darning cotton u thimble assorted needles darning needles andan extra supply of buttons to match those used in tho garments You would bo surprised to know how few girls oho come to the sewing classes own thimbles or have brought any material for mending clothing Toilet articles A comb brush and toothbrush aro the necessities in this line A clothes brush or whiskbroom will greatly help the appear ance and lengthen tho life of wraps and woolen skirts A pretty pin cushion for the bureau may be made by a younger sister as a present and will be a convenience much appreciated Some dust clothes and a work apron to be worn when caring for her room should be brought by every girl ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School sty Prof Dlnsmore Put 4The School In Progress 5 Opening Exercises For the benefit of young teachers n fan specific directions in regard to opening exerciser will not come amiss They may be set down in order as follows First there should be a stated time for beginning and it should al ways be at that time regardless of whether there are many or few present There is n story of a teacher beginning school in n district noted for its habit of arriving late in the morning Tho teacher announced that school would open promptly each morning at a certain hour For awhile a few were present at the opening the straggling in at their leisure Ere long on a certain morning the time arrived with not a pupil in sight The teacher the bell and took his plaeo at the desk Ijy and by two or three pupils strolled in took their seats awl began talking Silence said the teacher school is in session anti baa been for ton ntinutes This shows the right spirit Second there should be an order of exercises to avoid confusion or hesitation The pupils should come in promptly at the ringing of the bell bestow their hats and wraps in proper places and go quietly to their seats They must not begin tumbling books and slates but remain in order until all are seated Then the teacher announces a morning song or hymn which is led by himself or by one of tho pupils A short scripture reading follows at the close of which heeds are bowel andall join in the Lords Prayer Then another song is sung This particular part should nevor be omitted The love of singing is universal and no school should be deprived of the privilege If the teacher cannot load the singing some ono of the children can Third the roll may be coiled This should not occupy more than half a minuto as there is no direct profit for the pupils in it or very littlo Fourth the subject of the morning should be taken up as sot forth in another chapter For this the teacher should be well prepared and should see that it is both interesting and profitable for the students If conducted with care and preparation this should be tho most beneficial any lire minutes of the day Fifth the signal for taking books and slates may now be given and the general wprk of the day is launched Continued Next Week Berea National BankNo si3a Iloport of the condition of the Ilerea National Bank nt Ileren In the itate of Kentucky at tIe close or Luslnee Aug 28 1007 1 RESOURCES j f Loans and Discounts 54550 37 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 04 21 U S Bonds to secure circulation 20000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds i 1050 00 Furniture and fixtures 2120 00 Due from approved reserve agentst 15114 70 Notes of other National Banks 10 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 42 20 LAWFUL MONET RESERVE IN BANK VIZrSpecie 300810 t tendor notes 400 00 4008 10 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 percent of circulation 1000 00 Due from U S Treasurer other than 5per cent re demption fund 20 00 TOTAL 08070 45 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 325000 00 Surplus fund100000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 470 75 National Bank notes outstanding 18000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 52717 70 Certified checks 225 00 TOTAL 08070 45 State of Kentucky County of Madison ss I J L Gay Cashier of the above named b nk do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J L Gay Cashier CorrectAttest S E Welch W A Hammond S R Baker Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of Aug 1007 J M Early Notary Public Tell your friends about tho Madison County Fair Four days of continual pleasure for thoso who attend Sept 10 to 13 IAnd at All Other TImes and honest action In the morning will help you at noon and night o Berea the Mountain College Continued from page three The Mcotul ymr course coven twelve rocnllw ofcottHtHMU twUlMce end trtw In I lie Hospital with ngutar procure M well co qretaratte hi- taeMsn frost rranasts and tutU furnktwOtiy the iMtlKtrie eeI1ta MtM M rcomplctkKiecftUkiite will be pima Noch yose wove a tethguponrahtccesetheIospttalwtnstgn an yreset to OMtlwM le Ike e M4tti iie tln eoWMi Model Schools TMsit thamrds SwprixlewdosI EKjmk P Dora Anittant This depArtment receives students who are least advaued J tyid has so many teachers and classes that odcli pupil cAn be llAcehtithotheors like himself and make most rapid progress Students In this department have the same general advantages boarding hall lectures library literary societies teas college stnilents The direful grading dose personal attention and the inspiration of superior teachers with the use of all modern methods all ui abundance of illustrative material make the progress of young people sure and rapid The connnou branches are taught in the best manner and besides theare lessons in drawing singing bible handwork farm fend household management etc Expense The Incidental Fee is 500 in the Grammar Schools 400 in the Intermediate and Pri nary All text books are furnished without extra charge For expenses advantages etc see pages 1530 There are eight grades as follows nitsT GRADE rttmit sad Vtnl Biifcr NMhtr Work Nature Modjr Mmk Fbyeiol CvMvn ra4 tUmml Taitsr CMMMin of Modelllot Dniwtaj wssMep pspor Mtiy Cudkoiid CMMMnetloa Work SECOND GKADK- giM i rW wttfc arpylwlsry HMdl Spvtltog Drill Work ta Nwabtn Nat re Stvdy 1 +Ufmgi work and Ma1 Traiatef M shone coo Umcd- THHU GKADK riled HMrter wM miMIktary awdflw apltsp Oral rad Wrttlrm LMfMS Work aftectel 4 MMM Work ooolrauol Drill le AddUkM gbtnafo aadupNasM IoaIIMttk aosdet wale StepptaewaMry awdtac Wrlttag epdnap wbaes ItXanaUry AHlkaMUc Oml M4 Writes pOpcattasd Nctmsl JPe imatery CWIIIInplt1 ht w asakatiyftfTH GXADti- HNth Roast with MpNro Ury R uUas SHH WMultlnM lacy ArlUuMtte mnweManr Osapsapky eosgkted Motlm TogoPsrt i aM oerpMties Iiir1 fart INyd to Smior Oredr art sMr te pates 0 SJTTff GRAPH ltoedi K sM f 111118 IIIHIAK CT d pa1tesrk Amebas White KtatMttfarjr AtfelHMtk coMplrttd Males Toywrit- i aospkud whet ow casosk os cock week aloyd aM eeip to seder and SftKffTH GKAD- KOmuur sad CoMBMMw While s CovplH Arilbnwtk Natvnl Advnwed Owgnphr oonipM etojrd roc bojr and looklp aad e wig rat II Ios t r7 ApthtihanVGNTII GRADE Orsrrrtasr art Cospco Uo continued whiles CompMe ArittawtU cospsttd ItaJllolcao U a ItMory ud ctn OowntMeM KlnMeMcrjr Aprkakarr loyd tat boys art Coukla and owii ffarllka IIMd akrtorical MMC irk week in sU grade leak Dnwlcre wttty ftyitoU ashen eAlwr In School or Oys IMI tkrwM sr the grade Oral tree dfkyilotigy art 8yplee once cork week la all erodes below UK Eighth SOME THIHGS A STUDBfT SHOULD ATTAIK IH THE MODAL SCHOOLS In 3rimary sad latrmcdiat He should form the habits of obedience politeness kindness to animals and playmates and truthfulness He should feel that the school is opening to him paths of enjoyment and usefulness He should know by heart a number of select poems songs proverbs and Scripture passages He should be able to read with pleasure to himselj and to those who hear him He should have an intelligent interest in the ale ments of geography and physiology and the arts of life as shown in suck looks as Robinson Crusoe He should have a sense of proportion value awl quantity and know how to enjoy calculations in arith metic In Intermediate and Grammar Grades He should form the habits of selfcontrol patieac perseverance industry regard far the rights of others and sympathy for the weak Ho should heartily embrace the principles of Tent pernnca Fairdealing support of righteous law and the Independence which will mako him superior to ridicule He should have enjoyment in the wonders of nature and a reverence for tho Powor behindnature Ho should know the chief revelations of God in Scripture and in Jesus Christ and havo an enthusiastic belief in Him as his own Savior and Lord He should retain a childlike interest in all the arts of life and acquire skill in labor and the use of tools He should have a love of reading based upon some acquaintance with inspiring authors and a love of coun try based upon a knowledge of its history and the prin ciples of its founders and herons He should be able to express himself in fitting speech and writing as well as insong and drawing and hake the impulse and the powor to influence others for good- Night School A Night School is maintained in which students who work during the day may take two studios at night paying half the usual incidental foe wk No one may enter who U under sixteen years of age orI physically un able to domanl or woman full work or la financUlly able to carry full school work arsons who with to enter the Night school must write to the Secretary of the College and cad out whether there II room and work for them Night School students room and board where the College direct They are expected to earn enough to pay all expenses mlaccumulateur plus credit which will later cover their ezpeniea for full school work SttT dents who fall to do this may be dropped from the School Tkty will rrrnwnocashor thtirlater All their earnings above necei sat school and living expenses arc held In trust by the Treasurer If Ilrant reason a student lenses before finishing a course any surplus credits will be held four terms and if he does not return to school will then be Used for other needy students TAr rule appNn alit oallaludrnlIaborfcrjorroddurisgfhcaummerpua Hon Music Department Prof Rig y Director The School of Music is in a separate building de voted exclusively to its use and has very superior in structors The aim is to make music an enjoyment Continued on page eight L1 t I I AM THE MAN WHO SELLS THE LANDW Town property In horse and fnnu lands nrA ndvnnclng In hIlVIIlC4i for wile vE+ I liar one toms wt+ ll luentwlountalnhlg 1110 acres tO IIcrWl lint i torn mud it tine rroii on It building well Improve s and 1 lwlcl county road railroad which J will n 1Ifi for tiismall HIIIII of 1Ttel I hivT nolhiT tract of land conUlninit IMO acre of good blu grabs land 40 aeres ImHoin land This ortllimrlly would jOlt I you from O to 76 fit r nore I ran pelt you this fxoellent tract of land fnrnllIIfour hulUUiiR lot In the Post tlldIt uiwold flOO each tOe acre In each lotPV1IJ 1 have three an Ireeach I east sell you UM of these lots at 4460 iioh Thwm err evidently the htbargain you will have for n slice home In Hn iAU6RfAlESTATE AGENT and MERCHAN- TrakRkRaa7taakkakakakkkakkAsxa JOOOO fCOO n n l f ksaTrrL rytatela sv- A THE VARIETY STORE 4- ICespourvfc rye on us and dout rail tuTinlt our slow and look 2- v through W are locaU In JillANKAMAN ROOM MA1X ST g GROCHRIESAaq t Varier Store We sr adding new goods every day Mt prteesrlgbt apA The brat going for 86e for 1 pound CM fry ItSa We sll ai J E M FLOUR tj NODe na Boat very suck la guaranteed to give saUanetton f- g When you want fine lour give its trial ai a ai v Yuan Respectfully t R R HARRIS PROP i Agont for NAvon Laundry basket sent ovary Tuosday- Mltltetsetsekklekkki g ekkkkkkkk0A7tYkkkRKakakkitkklk l+tAkkkkG Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warm the coldest and larget room in the house making it cozy The busy anythingErosChrktmw turkey Still it looks Just assent M say hooter made It is airtight and a great 1Mft Thousands are be lag md TbooMitdi of kotuekcnrpen are eotbab tote Pine Cut hoe tope and boUmot waking it lat for years without repair Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Des 2743 RICHMOND VA IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made u h More Than 25000 in Prizes I A Stale Pair ribbon has the backlog of the Commonwealth ol Kentucky Iti a trophy with a big aside from the money that accompanies I- SLowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Alford to Miss It I Come and bring all the folks and Ibe attendance will be welled- to the much desired figure I quarter million la six great days See our new grounds and now Buildings costing X215000 lre and concrete stand mammoth exaUUlaa bus lutett trot Zing tuck la tie world 1 Troltlag Pacing Kooning Race Dally J Aa amusement program running way tale tsoBiafiib el dells nailed with aa xalkltlea plan never before alew- ptedJSEPT162119014 f LOUISVILLE CIL Knsbeasboe la his poisenfereirrylaj tlrsiilp he marvel ol the centurywith daily lit his cad ezhlbitloas tad a night ride ia the air gelded fey a searchlif fall Silicon races Ike lot exclllaf ol aerial apart sad a captive feaJIooal Sensational acrobatic ads tree each day I Amid the worlds greatest living color page ol UBsseaeat eater price Falas laaeii Manhattan leach lire works sad the gigantic prretechalc spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction el the awelapklat calamity of 1996 given nightly la the infield la front ol the grand stand f Three concerts dally by Nallcllo sad bis prefer band ol Illly artists from the Land ol HlcdBtmemtsr the Kentucky Stale Fair was created b the Keatucky LeglsUlire sad Is given under the auspices ol the Keatacky Slate Board ol Agricsllsre Write ler calalegve sad Ulastnled descrlptire IteokiL E HUGHES Secretary LeahrlUe NINETEEN KILLED- FIFTY INJURED i INTEnURCAN EXPRESS AND TRAC TION CAR COLLIDE BLUNDER OF THE TROLLY CREW Cause of Accident No Warning anc Few of the Passengers Havo Chance To Escape M fteoM IlL AilS 31 Nineteen per ema were killed and abou fifty In jund lu a head on collision between n luteinrbta e4SI1 train consist It14 d amotor oar aDd a trailer nnd a traction ar oa too Mattoon Charles tun Iolr itno The crash ooourrod on a ah curve me mllo west ol Churleefr n III A OOflfluton of orders tceIYedrear the telephone to Mid to IIIVH Cain i the wreck The ears ap Iirr che i other Iat a high rate ol 11 an the impact WM so terrific thai the m tor car and trailer were TIKMOJX t by ihe traction oar There passengershatThe pt v nois nearly all of thorn en route i ii Cat county fair at urlotut Kerr crushed or maimed nli ore they eat In their seat Some oft ii ao who eacaDed doaUi and were alp to talk say the scene at the wreck way grvwtome The dead and dying- awero jammed together In a mean Yemen were seirteklinc with polo sad ohlldren were erylng for Hncontoloui mothers wife wire anKwg the dead Tiea the news of the wreck reached Mattoon speohU Ota were hurtled to t the eeene and Un died and injured were brought 4 the monroe and ho- e13sl here S uif of the hUoretl lUG In a crtiii n million and there Ii JiiMc ItoJIf th lr recovery Tie tie ii Neil Fuaate Guys IL- Lrhnatktey Mattoon III Wll Lam Nel + North Okawo in Cha Mii oa i d William Neaoe aged S v s siie H ward Cole Coke LII ir agelats Harold Co brother of lliwi fI aged S dr Zack tan de tt Mauoon Klwanl Ry TiliK JIill 111 Alxft KmH- h1On i W A Price N th Mat 101 111 i lele Logan HiniUil- ltrci llii laks MILL III 1i v1 1r a hot Mi Wllllan I r Met 1 n H I k y MUM Kn Jick li at Porter M 4 Hung I IT t i dpnljged Inll1 Silo Ilnred Aprt Mipra- Miiii na i Arwslicnu lidy- Inlwl 11rrnilljr htnt In O Arnii rod two dill iron tisrtly 1 ned Charles tih Hall Tniy In and Kf cur slo hurt iu nllr L M Pr Maroon f mtjei lain rat itil hnutltI fI1 rtcht leg rolcn snl 11 tl lnrr I TS Hnrr IXMI in i in inrk end 111 Jam nl a + IiX broil M Kill 111amt lir Mri Vtiiim f F w Divagrd s+ j M Mil rtli Okaw may dl A f IalV V rti dlJr fl It Jrifii r Mkin C It Iurtln Mat loin i utn lirokm and badly tiirliwd l Alex Lsnj i adly Ill M ih C Phil1 hillv bailed f lirt lnt rmy A J II1p i aV ihljr broil n and rrt CoY h Ito Tower 11iniiMtldt 1a hrok 1n I cth rwlse hint Chas Tt inmn MI non tight arm brokeo url lrnl r e Youn legs crash rl Mrs T r Monrnp and two little lyN blj Burt Will Jones bndl hurt W am Switj oar seriously loIn red s V Rnos Matleon both Ifpn brol n J rome Goes Mattoon Hack badiv hurt Charles Jonts ribs tnUrn ar9 injured Internally Mrs Charles Jn1 tegs badly Injured Tlppbc r sri placed every few tnilos at whteh orders are transmitted to the conductors and motormen of tho cars paMlng over the road A mis ituderatxndingof one of those tile phone orders Is said to havo caused the diMMer rLYNCHERS IN MISSISSIPPI r Had a Busy Time Shooting and Hang- Ing the Gibson Kin Columbus Miss Aug 31As a re suit of further trouble between the whites and blacks caused by the lynch Jug of John Gibson n negro who was identified by Mrs Ed Wtnbourno at her assailant In an outrage committed early in the weok the wholo O4b on family Including tho father and other relatives have received warning tc none out of the county just across the Alabama border Threo negroes have boon shot one a preacher Will that rte uncle of tho negro was lynched The otters woro killed Thursday The lynching took place Wednesday To the Waters Edge Liverpool N S Auj 31The twin screw steamer Hudson of Bridge jHirt Ct lumber lailon for Now York was burned to tho waters edgo oil LUtlo Hope All of tho crew escaped but Capt Williams was Injured y WasHnrrlsBurs Pa Aug 31 Running nt tha rate of a mllo a minute the Manhattan Limited struck a box cm that was standing too far out on switch neb Huntingdon a few mlloi west of here The obstruction scalp oil tho engine Given the Limit Kansas City AugSl In tho pollcf court here Leroy Dotson a strlkini Western Union operator was fluce UO tho limit for assaulting F 0 Galley a newspaper reporter when An took for a strike breaker SIX WEEKS FOR PRACTICE OATTLSSKIFS WILL THEN PREPARE POn PACIFIC CRUISE Route for Return Trip Not Scttlid Stvzral Commanding Officers Will Do Relieved Washlaton The Atlantic loot under Admiral Evans which sallcxl from Hampton Hoods Monday will roamln for two weeks at tho southorn drill grounds 10 calla oft tho Chesapeake capos practicing float and squadron formation Than will come tho regular tall target practice lasting probably four more weeks Acting Secretary NowBorry said Tuesday the ships would then go to tho navy yards In prearranged order where In two weeks they should bo put In porfect condition the actual start for tho Pacific crulso being made about the middle of December None of tbo Itineraries so far prepared by this navy department It final If tho decision as to route of tho big ships Is In favor of a return by way of Cape of Good Hope tho fleet will sail from Sad Francisco about tho end of next sum mer straight away across the Pacific calling at Honolulu and probably bead- Ing thence for Australia If tho Suez route Is selected then tho fleet will probably alter leaving Puget Sound swing to the northwest skirting tho const of British Columbia and tho Aleutian Islands cross the Paalflo by the shortest great clrolo route which will take the ships close to Japan and thence to Manila where they will mako a short stop before passing through tho Straits of Malacca and entering the Indian ocean Tho navy department will relieve some of the present commanding offi cers of the battleships before this erotic is begun because they will I have already served nearly the full term of sea duty Officers who havo already had two full years of sea ser Ties In their present commands In elude Captains Darry of tho Kentucky Herbert Wlnstow of tho Iiearsllro and Cassly of the Alabama FOUR DIE IN AUTO CRASH Motsr Car Struck by Trolley Near Canandalgua N Y Rochester No YDr Qcame WaW roe a physician of Rochester Mrs Catherine Fferaswortb of Rochester and Mrs William ScMMUtm a4 Mrs Jalle Hobbs both of iiopewell were Instantly killed Wednesday afternoon In a collision between an automobile In which they were driving and a Rochester Knstern trolley car near Casaadalgua Dr WaMroa went to Hopewell In the moraine with hU daughter to visit at the tame of William Seandling and bad takes the three women all of whom were more than ib years of age for an automobile ride They were on their way to tM Preshour crowing to TIHH soother friend of the Sea ml family Witnesses of the accident 1Uar that as the macttlne approached the trolley tracks It was seen by the motorman Acoorllag to them the motorman made a signal and Dr Wal drop slowed sp Then apparently thinking that he could crow before the car reached him ho started on again It Is thought that the aatomoblle did not respond readily to the levers It was caught on the tracks and the or cupants thrown with Petit force The bodies were frightfuny crushed NEBRASKA MOS LYNCHES A MAN aglsseo Hangs Laborer Who Killed Farmer and Wife Last Spring Omaha Nob Lorls Hlg Ina who murdered W L Copple a farmer and his wife near Rosalie Nob May 12 was lynched at Donaroft Monday Sheriff Young of Thurston county came to Omaha Sunday night to get Ills prisoner who had been In the Douglas county jail hero since his capture nnd took him to Bancroft on a train which arrived thoro about olgbt oclock In tho morning Twon ty mon took Hlgglns from tho sheriff hauled him off in a dray and hung him to n tree- Iilgglns crime was a wanton one Ho had worked on tho Copplo farm and had some trivial dispute with Mr Copple Anger over thIs Is tho only suggestion of a reason for the murder of tho farmer and his wife Ho killed both In tho barnyard with u gun Ho waa a young man and after his arrest became radically religious participat ing in every service held at tho jail Police Watch Brokerage Offices Washington Aug 30 Following the recent raid of five brokerage of flees and tho arrest of their proprietors on tho chargo of violating the anti Rambling laws Assistant United States District Attorney Given Thursday placed a policeman In ouch of a number of other brokerage omces un der suspicion The policemen watched the transactions In the offices and iotcd the names of visitors A secret horvlco officer marl two detectives wore detailed to make dally rounds of all suspected offices Fast Train Leaves the Rails Oil City Pa The Niagara FC prose one of tho fastest trains on tho Pennsylvania railroad between nuilalo and Plttsburg loft tho rails at Centervlllo 30 miles north of hero Thursday Tho train which was run ning 40 miles an hqur was a double header filled with excursionists from Chautauqua lake The forward en sIno ran along tho tics for almost a quarter of a mile beforo It was stoppa but did not overturn All tho pause gers wore badly shaken up but noui hurt GOOSE THAT LAYS GOLDEN 1THE EGGSI DROPS 2000 FEET LIVES STRANGE ESCAPE FROM DEATH OF AERONAUT MALONEY Falls with His Balloon After Ascent at Barnstable Mass Gov Guild Leads Rescuers Ttarnstnblc Mass Nearly 5000 per sons at tho Darnstablo county fair saw Professor Malone a balloonist drop 2000 foot to earth strike on top of a cedar fence post and escape probably with his life Maloney made his ascent late Thursday afternoon and as the vII itors at the fair grounds gazed upward they SAW that his attempts to cut his parachute wore fruitless A sharp easterly wind had blown tho rope which connects with the knlfd amongst a HMSB of oords higher up and out of reach of the balloonist Fur fully two miles Maloney floated along The gas was rapidly leaking from the big bag above him nnd he prepared for the long drop Maloney and the balloon came earthward rap Idly Aa It neared the earth the canvas fell about the body of tho aeronaut and prevented him from seeing where ha was falling He struck In a half unUInc position on the top of a big cedar poet wed by a farmer to mark oft his fleW JIll back was terribly torn awl his left arm badly injured- A long lists of automobiles headed by one carrying Gov Curtis Guild who was a visitor at the fair rushed to the spot whero Maloney had fall en The man was picked up In a semiconscious condition and was hurrlod to his hotel In Barnatable Center Physicians who attended him say that he Is sot Internally injured and will recover I GROSS EARNINGS OF RAILWAYS Enormous Increase In 1906 Over the Previous Year Now York Tho gross earnings of tho railroads of tho United States during 1906 according to tho fortieth annual number of Poors Man ual Issued Tuesday made the onor mous Increaso over 1905 of 234442 516 Tho not earnings increased J104 728224 This was done In spite of a heavy Increase In operating expenses duo to higher wages and Increased cost of material Over 71000000 more peo plo traveled by rail In 1906 than In tho preceding year while the railroads moved 1610099829 tons as compared with 1435321748 tons In the preced lug year The total assets of all railroads are reported nil 17634381633 or more than six times tho total money In cir culation In tho country TRAGEDY AT OCEAN GROVE Hotel Proprietor Shoots Wife and Child and Kills Himself Ocean Grove N Jln tho presence of a number of boarders In tho Now Jersey house of which ho was the proprietor Robert S Gravatt 47 years old Thursday shot and perhaps nor tally wounded his wife Irene seri ously wounded his nineyearold daughter Mollie and then killed him self Domestic trouble In said to have been tho cause of the tragedy Qravntt was welltodo Resides be- Ing proprietor of the hotel where tho tragedy occurred ho owned a otovo store in Asbury Park Set New Record on Isthmus Washington All records for exca vation on tho lino of tho Panama canal woro broken during July despite a reduction In tho forco of employee ac cording to a report for the month re ceived hero Judge A L Williams Dies Colorado Springs Col Judge A L Williams of Topeka Kan died hero Wednesday morning In his summer homo on Pikes Peak Ho was formerly general counsel for the Union Pa cific CONVICTS ELUDE POSSE Two Men Who Escaped from Joliet Still at Large Chicago A posso of 100 men led by Deputy Warden Henry Sims is In close pursuit of Harry Harmon and Eddie QuInn convicts who escaped from the Jollet peniten tiary Tho men were believed to bo trapped In a box car at Dranders Urldgo near Jollet but they eluded their pursuers The convicts left tho car just as the carriages convoying the posse ap peared In sight A through fast freight train on tho Santa Fe was passing at the time and the fugitives risking their lives boarded the train The escape of the mon was ono of the most sensational prison flights In years By means of a rope made from strips of n sheet and an improvised hook they scaled tho high penitentiary wall eluding the armed guards and sentries and gained their liberty before the alarm was given and posses started the search for them Old FIRE IN LOUISVILLE CourierJournal Building Is Practically Destroyed by Flames Louisville Ky Tho Courier Journal building at Fourth and Green streets caught flro just after midnight Thursday night and within half an hour was practically ruined It was believed all the employes es caped safely Tho fire spread with remarkable rapidity through the once building which was half a block In length and five stories high The plants of the CourierJournal and Evening Times suffered Irreparable damage Tho lor- I nor paper was offered tho use of tho Morning Herald plant Tho fire started at the top of an ole valor shaft at tho north end of the building and Is supposed to have been caused by defective insulation of elec trio wires QUAKE ROCKS MARTINIQUE Another Mount Pelee Disaster Feared In the Island Fort do France Island of Martin ique Terror reigns throughout this Island because of a severe earthquake which was felt hero at 10BO oclock Tuesday night Tho inhabitants with tho details of tho eruption of Mount Poles In 1902 fresh In their memory Bro In a state of panic although no damage has yet been reported Tho similarity of conditions preced ing tho frightful disaster of five years ago has caused an exodus of citizens In that catastrophe the finale was pre ceded by just such seismic phenom ena as are now prevalent tinge Inky black clouds are rolling over Fort do France In great masses In which thorn are peculiar lightning flashes Police Watch Brokerage Offices Washington Following tho recent raid of five brokerago offices and tho arrest of their proprietors on tho charge of violating tho nntl gambling laws Assistant United States District Attorney Given Thursday placed n policeman in each of a number of other brokerage offices under suspicion The policemen watched the transactions in tho offices and noted the names of vis itors A secret service officer and two detectives wore detailed to make dally rounds of all suspected ofilcos Strikers Will Sue for Damages Hlbblng MinnSuits for dam dolisteel trust and St Louis county by ctriklng miners who have been shot or Imprisoned by sheriffs Bold Escape from Reformatory Washington PPaul Atkinson 19 years old of Yoingwood Pa and Harry Miller 18 years old of DuffaloI N Y rondo a daring escape from the Morganza Reform school Thursday t STATE ODDS AND ENDS DEFECT IN WIRE INSULATION Started Blaze That Destroyed tho CourierJournal Plant midI Louisville KyShortiy after night the Louisville CourlerJournal building caught fire and In a couple of hours the structure which Is five atones high and occupies nearly half a block was gutted by tho flames which spread with marvelous rapidity despite the strenuous efforts of the entire fire departmentThe and reportorial forces of tho CourierJournal stuck to the building In hope that tho blaze would be subdued and that they could Issue a paper They were caught napping with fire at all exits and had to DO taken out on ladders Tho linotype machines and presses are located In a reenforced section of tho buldlng and tho damage to them will bo comparatively light The re maining entlro contents of the building are almost a total loss The fire started at tho top of an elevator shaft and Is supposed to have been caused by defective Insulation of electric wires Tho Morning Herald has offered the use of its plant to the CourierJournal The damage Is estimated at G50 000 well Insured IMMUNITY GUARANTEED Taylor By Gov Beckham and Safe Re turn to Indiana Insured Frankfort KyIn a letter address ed to Commonwealth Attorney Robert Franklin of this city chief prosecut- Ing counse for the state In the Goebel murder cases Gov Beckham assures that official of his cooperation with hint In seeing that Wm S Taylor Is protected from arrest and allowed to return to the state of Indiana It ho comes to tbo Scott circuit court at Georgetown this state to testify at ho next trial of Caleb Powers no cused in the murder conspiracy cases The governor declares that ho and the commonwealth attorney can ab solutely Insure Taylor such immunity and a safe return to Indiana Three Accidents From Autos Paducah KyHenry Arena while driving a heavy automobile ran into a buggy occupied by Mrs Verona St John and Mrs Clarence Leroy The women were thrown out and badly bruised Ben Wllllo ran into Ernest Fordow a bicyclist knocked him to tho street and ran over him fracturing a rib and Inflicting serious bruises Sam Dryfus driving a light machine ran Into John Bryan a messenger boy Inflicting serious Injuries Panic at a Revival Morehoad Ky During a revival meeting of the Saints at the court house hero a panic was caused by six square feet of plastering falling from tho telling Mrs Arthur Hicks was struck and seriously injured Although the courthouse Is comparatively new It has been regarded unsafe for a year or more and thero Is considerable lltl gallon going on between the county officials and tho contractors Gov Beckham Spoke London KyGov Beckhara dells ered a nonpolitical address at the Laurel county fair Ho was Introduced by Senator Johnson chairman of the Laurel county democratic committee lie spoko In hearty commendation of the mountain people declaring that as a whole they had been the most faithful supporters of tho honor and safety of the state government Street Car Strike Threatened Louisville KyIhe executive com mlttee of tho Street Railway Employes union Issued a statement setting forth the alleged grievances ngalnst the company which it is said will result In a strike unlais a settlement Is effected Tho union charges that tho officials of the company have been guilty of discrimination us between union and nonunion men Alleged Combine Investigated Lexington KyA combine has been effected here by the garden truck men It Is said and some official potion may bo taken to prosecute the members of the alleged combine An Investigation led to the discovery that vegetables of all kinds are selling twice as high in this city as In surrounding cities Charged With Aiding An Escape Ashland KYFrank Clark an ex press messenger was taken from the C O passenger train No 22 upon Its arrival at Catlottsburg on a warrant charging him with aiding In the escape of George Adams the C I 0 con ductor recently arrested Unknown Suicide Louisville KyAn unknown white man aged about 65 years and well dressed committed suloldo near the entrance to Shawneo Park and till ef forts to Identity him by tho officials have fulled To Select Jury Lexington Ky William Humbcr accused of the murder of Policeman George Pollard of Lancaster Is on trial there for tho third time One hundred men have been summoned from Morcer county from whom a jury will bo selected Five Cars Derailed Wllllamstown KyFlvo cars of northbound freight No 72 were de I railed in tho Cincinnati Southern yards here while being switched No one was Injured and traffic was not later I fered with BEATEN BY BADGER WORKERS I And Left For Dead Was Squire Single ton of Newport Ky Cincinnati Gagged and bound hand and foot his dead and body a mass of wounds ho had received In a terrible beating the unconscious form of Squire n F Singleton 76 former NewportKybedroom of Mrs B F Ewells rooming house In Richmond street His skull was fractured In two places his Jaw fractured wrist brok en and ugly bruises evident on his body and he was barely alive when foundHis clothing was stripped of all the valuables and money It had contained The old man was the victim of a desperate crime with robbery as a motive Enticed to the house by a pretty woman the police behave ho was made the victim of an attempted badger game Squire Singleton was found in the apartment that had been occupied by a young couplo known as Mr and Mrs Walter L West They disap peared soon after the crime was com mitted The Whole police department Is now searching for this couple who are believed to be a pair of eastern crooks who haTe been following the races Father Wants Damages CovIngton Ky Marlon L Connor In the Kenton circuit court sued the Overman Schrader Cordage Co for 1999 damages The plaintiff cfnlma his daughter was employed by the tilt ckanIng lion It suddenly started and Injured her so badly that she Mod Traveling Man Suicides Louisville KyJohlt W DIxon for 30 years a traveling salesman for a local wholesale dry goods house com witted suicide by shooting himself through the right temple Mr DIxon suffered a stroke of apoplexy and has been unable to attend to his business and It Is believed despondency caused him to take his life Quorum Was Lacking Lexington Ky Owing to the ab settee of a majority of the members of the Joint city and county democratic committee no meeUng was held to de cide whether a convention or a prl mary election should bo held to nominate a candidate for state senator county representative and county at torney Lumber Merchant Sued For Divorce Louisville Ky George Eckston kempor of the lumber firm of Mehlor Eckstonkemper and a well known German business man of Louisville was made defendant In a divorce suit filed by Mrs Helen C Eckstenkemper Tho plaintiff alleges cruel pad inhu man treatment For Every County Frankfort KYJ Morgan China clerk of the court of appeals Charles R McDowell dem of Danville and D Gray Falconer rep ot Lexington members of the state election commit tee will meet hero to appoint election commissioners for every county In the state An Odd Accident Ashland KyA peculiar accident befell Richard OBrien when he was swimming with friends In the Ohio river He wore an oldfashioned broadbrimmed straw hat and the re sistance offered to the water by the soaked sky piece resulted in the dislocation of his neck After Forty YUrt Louisville Ky Forty years after the death of Christian Wacked who resided lu Claysourg a suburb of Jef fersonrllle his estate Is to be admin istered Tho appraisement shows that the estate is worth 325 There isa small tract of realty and It Is for this the widow secured an administrator Three Fires at Paducah Pnducah KyFire entailing a loss of 60000 visited Paducah The build Ing occupied by L W Honneborgor retail hardware and the Scott Hard ware Co burned At the same time the First Ward Baptist church burned to the ground One hour later tho FookAcro sawmill burned Big Mortgage Filed Lexington KyA mortgago was flied here la the county clerks office by the Ck O Railway Co to the New York Trust Co and Wm H White of Richmond Va for 10000000 cover ing all franchises and rights port leges lands and tenements of tho on tire railway line- Charged With Forgery Lexington Ky Charged with forgo- Ing tho name of C F Bond a lumber Inspector to a number of grocery or ders Eugene Lanckart 18 was arrest ed and sent to jail No explanation was given by the lad for the alleged fergerieatWill Fight Extradition Lexington KyWord has been received hero that D O Belt under ar cost at Omaha to answer an IndIct- ment hero charging him with obtaining money under false pretenses will light extradition Belt ls accused of selling the same crop of hemp twice Hardware Contract Let Frankfort KyTho state capitol commission let the contract for the hardware such as hinges window fastenings and locks for the new statehouse to the Russell Irwin Co of New Britain Ct for 7603 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeooeoaooeoeooeoeoeo oI East Kentucky Correspondence io News You Get Nowhere Else IX o j Ho eorriiponleie pabUiht4 uleii dined In tau bjr the writer Till name 0- o It tot for publication bat AI u tvtienct o f good faith Writs plainly ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoerNOTE The Fall Term of Berea College Begins Sept II I WThe time to start i is in the fallc NOTICE Tho 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 Derea College Read pago 3 We are completely overwhelmed with requests for the publication of pro grams for teachers associations Sun dayschool picnics etc As our space is limited and very much in demand at present we will have to require a fee of fifty cents for the publication o all such programs hereafter We are sorry to disappoint some of our read ers who sent programs last week but wo were compelled to leave a large part of the matter out The Citizen JACKSON COUNTY ANNVILUS Aug 31Mr and Mrs Green Jones passed thru here yesterday on their way to visit their daughter Mrs Al ex Neuman near East Bernstadt Our teacher Mr William Moore will go to Danville next week to take the civil service examination Mr Leo J Webb will fill his position while Mr Moore is absent Misses Lizzie and Sarah Johnson returned yesterday from Lawrenceburg and London wher they have been visiting and attending the falrsJoe Johnson and Marlon Holcomb left yesterday with a drove of sheep and cattle for the Richmond market Misses Susie Welch and Lu lie Farmer of McKee are visiting here for a few daysMr William Isaacs the hardware drummer returned home Thursday after a four weeks trip in his territory Messrs Walter Medlock and Frank King attended the fair at London this week Mlasee Mattle Medlock and Ruby Isaacs vis ited Mrs Maud Neal SundayJohn Medlock sold a bunch of hogs to Jim Robinson for 15 per hundredweight Dan Moore passed through here today on a visit to friends in Breathitt coun tyOscar Rader returned home today after a two weeks drumming trlpMr Frank Jones of Mildred was here yesterday on sJoe Ev ersole of South Fork was in our town last Wednesday Messrs Steve andI Oscar Johnson of Hamilton Ohio are visiting home folks for a few days David York and wife are visiting the latters brother Rev Granville Johnson of Hamilton Ohio for a few days HUGH Sept LMr W R Bongo and daughter have returned from Hamil ton Ohio where they have been visiting friends and relatives Born toI Mr and Mrs George Benge on the 24th a boy AIlss Frances Azbill andI Abner Bicknell were the guests of Mrs George Benge Saturday night Air and Mrs Robert Hale are rejoic ing over the arrival Of a fine boy MIss Grace Parps was the guest of MIss Myrtle Click Saturday night 4 Mrs Elizabeth Halo is visiting her- r daughter Mrs Alice Benge AIlss Beatrice Hale was the guest of Grace Parps Sunday Lllllo and Earl Kim berlaln were the guests of Mrs MagI gie Benge Saturday night Tom and Solon Azbill visited George Bengo Sunday nUnLEYIAug 26 Sunday school at Indian Creek is getting along nicely The attendance is very good Jerome lie lard who is teaching our school vis ited home folks Saturday and Sunday 5ltha Angel visited her brother James W Angel of near MIddle Fork Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lillie Jane Moore Is quite slckMr W AI Isaacs store house and the post office were burned Friday night Della Angel of Middle Fork is visiting friends at Hurley this week Grovcr C Gabbard of Black Lick attended Sunday school hero Sunday Air and Mrs W M Hurley Jr visited friends at Egypt Friday Saturday and Sunday The infant child of Mr and MrsI Bradley Hellard is very sick with whooping cough MCKKK Aug 26A large crowd attended county court here last Monday Some mules and horses were offered for saleI but buyers were scarce However some trading was done on Jockey streetThe fall term of the Academy and Kindergarten begins today A lady from Michigan recently appointed will have charge of the higher grades in the Academy The tree school Is doing splendid work with C P Moore as teacher William Isaacs of Wan eta lost his store house and a good stock of goods by fire last Friday night The lire is supposed to have eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeofbeen seems to have any idea as to who did it Charlie Culton who recently re turned from Hamilton Ohio is staying with Mr John Farmer and is at tending the free school here We would bo pleased if more of our Jack son county boys would return from Hamilton and enter school Steph en Bowies son who has been in the army for some time is visiting his parents Miss Chloe Gilbert is visit lIng at Dr Amyxs Mrs Fannie Collier Master Harry and MIss Lu cue visited at Green Hall last week Mr Samuel Hollandsworth moves his stock of goods to the Welch stand today Mr Welch will close out his stock of goods on the lower floor of the Odd Fellows HnllMr Verway the Academy last Sunday morning DIIUULE Fonte Aug 31Mr Cap Wilson Mr and Mrs Isaac Lear and several others attended the fair at London Miss Della Angel returned home Tuesday after a few days visit with friends and relatives at Hurley Joe Tussey made a business trip to Mullins Station Friday AIlss Dona Angel Is quite sIck Miss Sltha Angel of Hurley visited her brother Wos Angel Sat urday and Sunday Llttlo Jim the Infant son of Mr and Mrs Bradley Hellard who has been seriously ill with whooping cough is slowly tin irovlng Air Andy Browning and Bob Robinson of CarIco visited at Woe Angels Sunday evening Joe FlInch um Is on the sick list Misses Nannie and Nina Wilson visited Miss Sarah Talush Sunday Mr Isaac Tusseys children are all sick with whooping cough KVKItOItllKN f Aug 24We are having lots of rain at present Born to J W Jones and wife a fine girl this week Squire I Hammond bought a wagon and team of Abe Griffon for 1l0DIIJ Hellard IIHorseproperty near Lunsford of Cincinnati is visiting kinfolks in this community this week Aug 29A protracted meeting Is being held at Pine Grove this week conducted by Rev Jones of Tennessee The people are turning out well and report a good meeting Mr F C Jones our leading merchant Is selling out to leave Horse Lick We will miss old Uncle FrankMr Rich ard Brockman and MIss TUh Smith married this evening at the home of the bride We all wish them a long and happy lifeE D Jones went to Horse Lick Friday CLOVKU JlorrollIAug 24Slx weeks of our school is gone with good results and good at tendance Cave Springs church is being finished and will be completed beJ fore next meeting which will be tho second Sunday In September Tho church will be dedicated at that time every body is invited Misses Roslo and Anna Powell visited t Albert Powells Saturday night Wil liam Bratcher of Berea and Jane Sparks of this place were married re cently and will reside near Berea We congratulate Air Bratcher on his good luckW M Hayes was badly hurt last week Ho was kicked by a muleI however ho is getting along nicely nowRov Samuel Bryant of Big Hill attended church at this place Sun dayMiss Pearl Azbill has gone to Berea where she will stay a monthI visiting relatives and friends Mrs George Kerby of Hamilton Ohio Is visiting relatives at this place Tho little daughter of W AI Bicknell IsI seriously ill Nettie and Jessie Mc- GuIre visited their grandmother Mrs J R Durham Saturday and Sunday RQCKCASUE COUNTY UOCKFOUU Sept 2Dorn to Mr and Mrs W T Llnvllle Aug 31st a fine boy MIss Myrtle McCollum visited Miss Bertha Bullen Saturday night Airs J C Quinn Is very sick AIlss VIrgIe Payne of Disputanta visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Air Robert Lutes who has been in Texas for some time returned home last week Air and Mrs George Payne attended the singing school at Scaffold Cane SundayMr T C Viars and daughter Beulab attended the association at Vlney Fork last weekMr Leonard Hamilton visited relatives in S R BAKER DENTIST OFFICE Over Printing Office BEREA KY I Ofllce hours from 8 to 4 City 1houe 1S13 Teeth extracted without pain Somnofotme Jackson county Saturday and Sunday 1IOONH Sept 2Mrs Mattie Coylo and T S Wren were married last week Miss Halllo Robinson of Berea visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Lambert sold a nice lot of young cattle last week Joe LeavItt is on the sick list this week A D Leavitt returned home Saturday Ho has been in FlanIgan working on the railroad Air Robert Smith Is visiting friends and relatives in Jack son county this week MIss Nora Coylo visited Miss Jennie Chasten Sunday Miss Lconlo Smith attended the singing at Fairview church Sun day evening Airs Mary Wren visit ed Mrs George Bunch Sunday Born to Air and Mrs Joo Wren on the 26th of Aug a boy CONVTAY Aug 27Mr and Mrs R L Ang lire of Climax visited Mr and Mrs W T Linvillc Sunday II E Bullen wen to Disputanta Saturday on business J W Todd sold five calves this week for 85Mr and Mrs Leonard Ham ilton visited Mr and Mrs J C But len Sunday P S Calllhan of Brnan uel Is visiting friends near hero this week LAUREL COUNTY MoWliortrr Aug SThere is a groat dual of sickness in this vicinity at present The Ilev T P McCracken delivered an interesting sermon at the Disciple church Sunday Air Hiram Huff has typhoid but Is improving Dr Bowles of Moores Creek Jackson county was with us Sunday Quito a largo crow attended the closing of the singing at this place Sunday Air and Mrs Wit lie MartIn of Grit visited J B John son and family Saturday and Sunday returning homo Monday Measrs Frank Watkins and Chester Jones of Grit were visiting J B Johnson Sun day There will bo a teachers meet ing at Twin Branch tho first Saturday In September Everybody come Mr and Mrs York of Bingo are visiting in Oklahoma with a view of locating permanently In that Mate All are looking forward to the Laur el county fair as the event of the year of 1907 In LaurelIt is with sadness that we learn of the murder of a Alias Smith in Laurel near Co- rblnMr Green Huff will be at his old homo near MoWhorter after UM Laurel county fnlrJ B Johnson and family contemplate a visit to relatives at Bush next Friday Best wishes to The Citizen and its many renders Congo Aug 30Mr J II Bales and school visited Miss Luey Reams school Friday Mr Bales gave an interesting talk on the subject of education af ter which the two schools nor matched in a lively spelling contest Air James Evans died at his home in Titus Ky Saturday The twin children of Air and Mrs Fred Mo Carty died Thursday at the home of Air John McCarty Fred and his wife both have the typhoid fever Samuel and Cuml Vaughn Nancy and Deck hum Young and Jane Doan who have had the fever are convalescent Alan people of this vicinity attended the Laurel County Fair at London this weekMrs Blllle Bruner was burled Thursday at the Wyatts chapel gravy yardMr and Mrs P F Roams vIs- Ited Mrs Elizabeth Reams mother Friday On account of the cool backward spring crops are very late and will be somewhat short in this part I Mr James Doan was kicked tiYa mules Wednesday Air Stephen Dales of Lexington Mrs Jane Brown of Mlssourrl and Mrs Martha Howard of Chicago are visiting their brother T J Bales AIlss Rosa HIbbard who was seriously 111 is up again Mrs Martha J Thomas and family have moved back to their old home near Georgetown ESTILL COUNTY WAOKILSV1LIK Aug 31There is a great deal of sickness in this vicinity Annie May daughter of Mr and Mrs Bud Flynn is very slekMr and Mrs Jonah Wagers are visiting friends and rel ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky HYDEB CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small i JI JI JA HYDEN KY atlvcs hero AIlss Bess Wagers will leave Monday for Richmond where she will enter school Atlsscs Kathryn and Nettle Wagers were tho guests of MIss Anna Wilson Wednesday night Mr and Mrs E B Scrivner returnee to Richmond Wednesday after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives at this place =Misses Annie Wil son and Nettle Scrivner Alcssra Wil lie and Burnam Wilson and Vernon Scrlvner wore tho guests of Minot Ntetle and Kathryn Wagers Sunday last Sunday school and prayer meet- Ing are progressing nicely Bovorley Broaddus of Panola was among friends hero SundayMr and Mrs A B Kelly entertained qulto a number of friends Monday Those present wore Mr and Mrs Jonah Wagers Mr and Mrs E B Scrlvner Mesdames A E Scrlvner and Jeff Wagers Misses Net tie Kathryn and Bess Wagers Rov Peel is expected to preach at the Wa gersvlllo schoolhouse Thursday night September 6 and tfbcs from there to Station Camp where ho will begin n protracted meeting Friday PUBLIC SALE Having taken charge at Hasoldon Bros harness business in Lancaster Ky i will on Saturday Sept S3 lOn sell to the highest bidder on the prom lass my two houses and lots lying on thoeast side of Main street larks vllle Ky Lot No 1 contains almost one aero with a good two story seven room frame residence In good repair good well coalhouso ohlekon house eta ble and corn crib Lot No S contains one nets and II poles with a three room house also harness shop About ft acre in fruits apples pinches pears plums and grapes Thte is a gpod location for a harness maker and in a good quiet neighborhood Klrksvllle is a thriving and prosper ous village with a population of 1M It is located on a high ridge above any malaria tea ratio south of lush mood Madison county and four miles from 14 1C N It R It la a local op tion village and for sobriety and Christianity cannot be excelled It has four ohurthee one bank two general merchandise stores two blacksmith shop two undertaker ami two doctors Terms Onebait cash and onebait liB two equal payments with 0 pot coat Interest from day of sale till paid Sale to oommenee at II a In L Q San ford W p Prewltt Autfimeer Kirks vlllo or Dares Ky- PtTBIdO SALE Having decided to close out our llr cry business on Depot street Berea Ky wo will on Saturday Sept 141 1907 sell to the highest bidder- S good horses kind and gentle tb drive C buggies all In good repair 1 surrey 1 drummers wagon C single sets of harness in good repair 3 dou blo sots of harness in good repair Slap robes 6 horse blankets Our livery stable and lot Said lot fronts 7G feet on Depot street run ning back 132 feet It has on It a good sulphur well This Is a good location for anyone wanting to run a livery stable Termi made known on day of sales Salo to commence at 10 a m- John J Hughes W N Hughes W P Prowitt Auctioneer The Korea National flank has 1U of flclal statement in this issue It will be seen by the figures presented that this Is a rapidly growing bank and Its stability Is unquestionable If you were to buy iron shoes for children they would wear out but Eternity shoos will wear longer than any other shoe you ron buy at the prlco Mrs S It Baker If you need a good typewriter call at The Citizen office A first class machine at a prlco you cant get any where else LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE I NONE 50 CENTER ST C F HANSONLI- CENST EMBALMER AND UNUERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All catti promptly attended to night and day Teleplionn No4 Daren try Dr W G BEST DENTIST CITY niONK 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Walsh I Fiasco When I was starting my apartment remembered tho bachelor several of my lady friends wired mo they would bring a small party of pea plo up for Welsh rarebit I went out and bought a chafing dish the hand Bomcnt I could find a dozen plates silver knives and forks and spoons and napkins and a table to set tho rabbit out on so that the rabbit which at a restaurant would have cost mo about a dollar all told coat mo about 35 And then they didnt como A tture bin You can always tell when a young man is in love he becomes very anx ious to make a great deal of moneys in order that the object of his affoo lion may have Everything She Wants Succeeded Bacon You say Grafton Is a iae consful ma- nEgbertlfe T certainly Is Bacon But I understand his bust ness methods are questionable why then call him a successful man Egbert Because lies kept out oJ- taJI 10 far To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sixes and for very reasonable prices AddresstJ Berea the Mountain College C MitoMM4fraM paelatand an inspiration in all the rotations of lifein labor social life school and church livery student pursuing collegiate normal or academic studios should avail himself of the opportunity to acquire proficiency in musict Students are not received to take musk only ex cept persons living in their own homes in lierea Every boarding student taking music must take Dible and Rhetorical lessons and at least one other study For music fees see page 17 for living expenses in Brrsa and general advantages see pages 1530 FREE COURSES Ctmut rttf imtii M 5fAegrt leerd wen fa nil wtater trra g1Lau 1 are facility I tnrr d rhple ry ee I uea tker lot as ntwslwliMcivttm Two preper ckli fait Mi t ailliwlB Nt s1pMgM to raMMM ariia lh dUM riot laltol f usr M tow r r saeqtly d UIIe bast rekl pev ell s 11 give WMtl tmA dppnra om dbr tvMfc aewfcHu 1td wcdedoy i M drreay tie Sm Mtly hour Sit +mfi Ur iWI see nuiMntaci tar yamifwawa not yeas sea nr CtMtft tMJ fomt IM7 ftmm to fnniteh 4 vrttft tmtramiaMl gives hoe IMntrtkw twin a wwfe Hated m Maw AtteteoIs shee to affecting sM culliralli the IbtgUdi NUted ne In IhenomMfaMrad tM Mtfm miHn- Hurjr VMm A tow ta hnii far the fitly ctf MtliMf leaoas IB MMbal Iltotory whtnrw tlwra to ordeal aurkatWpptirrta SPECLL MUSICAL TRAINING Cabinet or Reed Organ Vfm Ihto LNlwatlioreunc W lMU rttili tt Ttrcd TAU In tlu4n not ly the IwhHlcnl tztcitUwM hsea 4rttt ta hyMUM church musk hat T lit UrtM sad all ntntn llwt wiU oaks UM ttmtiM wear of 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Grade Course fftf JiifbyC- arefutBtteattatiglMnteteiKeftbrMthlnK union e teglttefn distinct tilctdtton KirBB in tllce excrdte far agility ml Geafbllity of the taultligentaalyuniDestinethedsenaetselificprtnalpiee The y uGU fu4IwWIII cllflicuUiM but requires from three te live yeen for Ito completion I Tone formation Lessen In breathing by 6hikti re and Knfltr Btudlc by RweUSlefetr Ooncene Jto ty songs tiy Abt Ilawlty Tmti tic It Shuea to pug Meeetlw by Corteette alareltr4 Tftdmer Son by DeKercn hack Kutktn etc III Sludlwlnphratlnjf Voalka by Con oaeranefka JUrthwl Songs by Mourt Mcndcltiohn tic t IV Studies for rapid eiecutlon phrulng ranofknMnreliMl Aprlle Songs by SchniMnn Bcliubcrt etc V UmbellUhmenl + rapid execution phrasing Imdlng r neron Coot pltte lorJ gtiL Song and Arias Iron the Standard Oratorio sit Opera Theory of MusicFive Term Course I Central K diieti efitssotatfon key scales signatures Interval with extended practice In Interval reading formation of triad II Part writing triad or major and minor cale and their Inversion Chords of the eventh HI Chant of the cventh continued Altered and augmented chord IVj Modulation of a pMge of mush 8u pen Ion harmonizing melo dies Organ points V MoJ ttioit tlic mans for modulation and extended practice In the use of the e means by written exercUeiand practical work at the key board NOTK lUrmonlilng the keyboard will be made n specialty thruout the course A thoro knowledge of the theory of mutlc t eiueiitlal Students may pursue these ttudic In connection with regular courses in other department No arrangement are made for ttudenUwhodeolre to take music only A diploma will be granted on completion ofv first the Pianocourse with Theory five term Musical history and one year of either voice culture cabi net organ or violin or second the Voice Culture Course with theory live limns Musical History and the first three grade of Piano course f