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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t jJnESIJE x iOoC I S BEREA pyiLISIHIM CO i tuUareaAJ I i e o E ALICItr IIIKII agerC LEnUrtd llM ltllIUtlINtrHSivuf nd o oooooo 0 04teeeoe I Vol IX Fire cents a MADISON COUNTY 12 1007 One Dollar a year No13 I NEWS OF ft WEEK G A R Meets at Saratoga Taft Sails for Philippines Burton to Fight Johnson of Cleveland Mayor alty A barn belonging to Speaker Un clo Joe Cannon In southern Indlani was struck by lightning and burned Sunday rj Secretary Taft sailed from Seattle yesterday for the Phlllplnos where Be will attend the opening of the first Goncrew In tho Islands Ho will re turn by way of Siborin so that whir he reaches Washington he will have travelled eoiuplotoiy around tho world The fortyfirst national emeampmen of the 0 A It began at laralop New York on Monday and will set through out tho week There won rumors thaUt would denuud a third term for Pros Roosevelt CongreMtMin Durton of Clevolnml chairman of the Rivers and Hari on Committee of Uw House of Itepsasen- tatttee annewneed that he would be a oandldate against Mayor Tom U John son of Cleveland who Is running fur reoleetlon Tho contest Is likely to be the most welling campaign of the si hall Y I After a several months tour of tnI qulry Into tho immigration sltuatlot abroad moat of tho members of the subtoiamlttoo of tho United States 1m migration Commission with Senator William P Dllllngham of Vermont U chairman arrived In New York Fri day Fifteen people were killed and fifty badly Injured In a collision of trolley oars near Matoon IlL on Friday The ChicagoMinneapolis flyer OB th Rook IIiRnd railroad was wrecked near la Friday and twelve perse killed and twelve injured The train left the raps and crashed into a freight which was stem lag on a side track The injured wore taken to Waterloo la and placed In a hospital A violent outbreak of rioting again Japanese Chinese and other Orientate occurred in Vancouver Canada Saturday the foreigners being mobbed In the streets and their heIR s attacked Many were Injured and the police were very slow In rastorlBg order Even alter It was restored there were fears of wore trouble and the Japanese and Chlise bought guns to protest themselves There was talk of call Ing out the militia Several meetings whleh will have fur their object tho establishment and preservation of peace both Industrie and polities will bo held during the present week While the sixteenth international Peace Congress is In see slon at Munich Bavaria from Monday until Saturday representatives of all the Central American republics will meet In Washington to arrange for n Central American Peace Congress There wore many ldloatlons that the telegraphers who struck a month ago were beginning to lose heart and that tho strike would soon end Pros Small of tho Union Is said to have made an offer of settlement to Mr Nell Commissioner of Labor An other rumor was that the telegraphers wore becoming desperate and might call out all the operators that would obey a strike ordre which would prao tlcally tie up tho business of the coun try Fortyfive delegates from the strikers In all parts of tho country met In Now York Monday to consider peace terms ho disturbance continues In Mora o the little country on tllo North coast of Africa whore tho Moors havi tried to kill all white business men and tho French havo sent an army to preserve order Thu sultan who rules the country has favored tho coming of whlto people and as a result his onuinloa and the heathen who be lIevo that all white men arc dovlle have Joined and set up a rival sultan Both sultans havo raised armies and aro likely to havo a big battle soon Meanwhile tho French aro landing troops and havo started to march across country to a city whore they can overawe tho natives They are likely to bo attacked at any minute and have already beaten oft many strong attacks with heavy slaughter many thousands of Moors and Turks having been killed Franco has prom- Ised to keep order so that nil White men can sell goods in tho country and- s is likely to get Into a long and ex pensive war which will do little good Some of tho heathen offered to make peace Saturday and tho French gon o alai stopped fighting for two days to let them come to him and surren der but none came so It is expected uti3u a9aq HIM SUHUSIJ OIH tugs soon N3EIZEA OFFICE KY I THE CITIZEN I Devoted to the Interests of the mountain People copE KENTUOKY SEPTEMBER 1Norrl THE REV DR A E THOMSON i Who InrKily llnUmt the FuinU fur 10 Clm d tin Dtitloiitrcl Bnmlny OPEN NEW CHAPEL Dr Thompson Dedicates Building at West EndMany Attend Impressive Oeremonlei Funds Needed The pleasant little West Bnd Chapel of tho Union Church was dedicated Sunday night the Rev Dr Thomson officiating at tho Impressive services There was a goodly company present and tho little room was well filled Dr Thomson before preaching the dedicatory sermon told of tho work of raising funds for tho chapel which Is not yet completed and In which he himself took a leading part Ho told of the providential way In which mon oy had been received ono contribution coming practically from Germany and of the way in which the church work ors had been led to undertake the building of the house though It add ed to the already heavy burdens of the church In his sermon a line later Dr Thomson explained what is meant by consecration to God l showing that it requires an entire death of self and surrender to the guidance of Jesus and he declared In- closing that those present could not well dedicate the building to God Unless they had previously made a complete dedication of themselves Prayers were offered by tho Rev Hownrd Hudo wko has been one of the leaden In planning for tho church u wH as In its actual building and by Pros Frost Tho scripture son WH read by James Combs wko has been ono of the first aotlvo workers In the gathering of the Cupel congrega lion and music was furnished by tho Dena Quartette Mrs Oborno play tug the organ John Henry of Snowflake in tho Virginia mountains the now send bills of tho quartette was much likedIent seemed to find spiritual food and comfort there was a general reception and everybody shook hands nil round Tho chapel Is completed on ho outside but tho inside Is entirely unfin- Ished and tho building will bo a lit tlo cold If more work Is not done be tore cold weather sets In Tho Rev Mr Hudson and Dr Thomson In consultation with Mr Burgess have worked wonders with tho small am ount of money to bo had and tho lathe building will soon bo ono of the most pleasant of the church houses In this part of tho country but some thing still remains to be done some thing which they cannot do without outeldo help before tho chapel will boas comfortable as possible Also the building Is still surrounded by a rail fence and tho replacing of this with a picket ono would do much to Improve Its appearance NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES rAtii TWO Rorlnl Tim Iloiiin of n ThouMinl Cntullm The Hiitulnjr School LolI- than Ilelpe cud SuRRmdoiiii- 1MGH TIIIU3K- Nt w of Huron Cnllrgo ten IOK lOtltt Comment Wrnknrnnof Hie Aiuirlmii tinvj lliuliniiilii Hour lint n Itmim Ainlnlilllly the Churrliri AVrnknvM Situation In Jlnrorro Tlio Viiullm Ilepnrhnnd1tai ItiririiKl Iijr n Dream TIt mnce Nut VAOK Riy lint Home llovlvnl f Hiimtlcrtft In Am rl n The School PrnliUms of the District School hjr Irnf Dlntiunre UntoVolltlenl Now PAC1K 8KTKK Icncrnl N ntStele tow 1AGK KICIllT ICnitcrn Kentucky Corrr upomTence i GETTING READY FOR LIFES WORK- A wise man before he starts to the woods to cut timber will find out whether or not hisax is as sharp as possible and if not he will sharpen it A wise carpen ter will see that his saws and are keen before he begins a job A wise farmer will have his hoe sharp before he starts to work on a field Every good work man wants his tools right The biggest job any of us have to do in this world is to live That work really begins after we are grown upwhile we arc boys and gir we do little more than run errands And the tools with which we have to do this big job are our hands andour brains They are like the axj saw and hoe only much more important If they are sharp toif the hand and brain work together and are in best condition the task is done easily if not we have to sweat the harder It all depends on the sharpness of the tools The time W sharpen these tools is before the work begins so that the job will not be interrupted So iris a good thing to see the young people in school this fall They are sharpening their wits Some of them in schools where farming carpentry and other things are taught are training their hands besides They are getting ready for their big task They may be a little behind in getting started but it will go much faster after they do get at it- Everybodyhas to live and some had no chance to sharpen their tools when they were young but the wise ones now are the ones who are getting their brains sharpenedand their hands trained for their big task Everybody should help them along COLLEGE OPENS IN FINE SHAPE MORE BEREA STUDENTS THAN EVER BEFORE AT SAME TIMEWARM WELCOME TO OLD AND NEW STUDENTS ALIKE STILL A LITTLE ROOM Tho fall term of Berea College opened yesterday with every promise that this will be the boat year in the history ot the school When the offices closed last night 418 students had been reg- Istered as entering college 141 more than last year All the students will not be In for acme daItiyey but there Is no doubt teal will bo more atu dents hero this term than in any previous Jail term In the history of the collegeIn of the large number who came there wore accommodations for tall thanks to the care with which the school officers had made their preparations and there Is still room left for those who have been delayed Spe clal preparations havo been made to take care of such young people and tho teachers will try bard to see that they lose as little time as possible nf tor they do get hero and that they ado not in their studies fall behind those who were more fortunate and got tho first start Tho members of the faculty many ol whom havo been away resting or studying during tho summer began gather ing some days ago and with tho fin al arrival of several Saturday Sun I day morning saw almost all that will be hero this fall on tho ground Without waiting for some of tho late ones the college work began with a meeting of the teachers of industrial branches Saturday night On Sunday when almost all the teachers were hero there was a gun loral praycrmcetlng of tho teachers and In the Trustees room in the I Carnegie Library President Frost led tho meeting taking for his subject I Closeness with God After his talk many of thoso present told what this meant to them and recounted beautiful I and helpful experiences Monday morning there were meeting of tho College Academy and Normal faculties for discussion of tho terms work In those departments and in tho evening there was a general meet tug of all tho teachers and workers for an address by President Frost on Team Work followed by a talk on tho general work of tho college and tho exchange of helpful sugges tionsWith this preparation in addition to tho renewed strength gained by rest or study during tho summer the teachers were ready for work when tho offices opened Tuseday morning There was a largo number of students to register and by night all or those In town had been taken care of Many of these were students who oamo in to town on tho afternoon trains from the North or the South The welcome given to both the old and tho now students by a crowd of old members of the college who went to tho station to meet tho trains was ono of tho features ofthcday and wen a long way toward making tho new comers feel at homo Another chance for tho now students to got acquainted with both their teachers the old students and each other came in tho evening when and tho old students a chance to say thero was a big social In tho college chapeL This also gave the teachers Howdy to each othera chance which everybody took There wore present as usual too a largo number of thg citizens of the town who are not connected with tho college and ol parents who have moved hero to give their1 children the best possible education AH these people were warmly welcomed by all tho others and there was much hand shaking and a general good time Tho social began at seven oclock and broke up at I nine so that everybody could get a good nights sleep before tho real work of opening school began yester day alIduring the night and they continued to como in all day As fast as possi toIIhowever and night was put in at tho first real work of the school year Today the college is In fullI swingProf John WIrt Dinsmore heed of tho Normal Department will spend some tlmo this fall visiting Borca students In the hills and speaking at teachers Institutes Mr Dinsmore will leave Bcrca tomorrow and will speak at tho Lawrence County institute which begins Monday The teachers who returned to town for their years work all report passing a pleasant summer Several ol them spent part of the tlmo studying Miss Robinson professor of mathemat ics was at Dartmouth Prof Marsh was at Harvard Prof Lewis at the University of Wisconsin and Tutor Scale at the University of Tennessee Mr Seale also spent some tlmo Install ing tho water works at the Stato Normal School atR Ichmond Other teachers spent tho summer resting or visiting Miss Mary E Welch whoso home Is at Booth Bay Mo mado a number of trips from there and saw many friends Miss Viola Schumakor spent her summer at her home in Pennsylvania Miss E L Speer visited her mother and sister in Mobile Ala Miss Alice K Douglas was at Chautauqua N Y for some weeks and spent tho rest of her time at her homo in Wellington Ohio where she was visited by many former Derea students who are living in that part of tho country Miss Ellen Raymond caned for her aged and sick fa ther at Angola N Y Miss Coddlng ton was at her home in old Virginia Misses Drown and Hendricks who were expected to bo hero for tho open Ing of school have been detained by Illness In their families and may not bo here this year Miss Smith who taught six months last year returns this fall for a full years work A mass convention of the Berea Re publicans will bo hold in the district school house Tuesday night to nom Inato five trustees of tho village 1- w I GENERAL LE VANT DODGE Commander Krnturky U A II now nt tlin National Kiicnmpnient OFFTOGflfi CAMP General LeVant Dodge Starts for National Meeting at Saratoga Wll Lead Kentuckians In Grand Parade General LeVant Dodge CommanderI of the Kentucky Division of this Grant Army of tho Republic and one ot Boreas oldest and best known citizens left hero last Saturday for Saratoga New York where the 41st annual encampment of tho G A R began on Monday As Commander of the State ho will be Its principal repre sentative at the encampment He has now become a life member of the ex ecutive committee tho governing body of the G A IL of which he has twice before been a member for single years Aside from assisting in the work ol this committee and leading the Ken tucky contingent in the grand parade General Dodge will take no prominent part in the exercises as this is more of a congress than a speaking body IIstenlngjtobo at the United States Hotel After leaving there ho and Mrs Dodge who or four weeks visit In the Eaatwtaoin will accompany him will make II three or four weeks visit in tho East spending time with their son Prof Ernest Green Dodge at his home In New York and at his summer place up the Hudson and visiting friends near Worcester Mass These friends will Include Miss Kale Gilbert who was a teacher inBerea for over a quar ter of a century Gen Dodge returned last week from attending the reunion of his regiment tho 177th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at Cleveland On his way back he visited friends and relatives In the state MR PENNIMANS GOOD WORK IThe Rev Henry M Penniman who spent the last two months travel Ing as tho represen tatlve of The Cit izen came to town last Saturday lor- a brief visit He has been remarkably successful in leading the people he has met to appreciate the value of The Cit blmIthat as different people want different things some are not wholly satisfied even with The Citizen and has prom madoII Citizen will however keep all of Mr Pennlmans promises Just as soon as toIHURT IN A RUNAWAY A serious runaway near the center of town resulted in a painful Injury to Mr James Hcndrpn on Monday at theIseat and Mr McCollum who was with him out of tho rig Mr Hendron picked himself up and pluckily triedI to stop tho horse which had bolted but tho bit broke and ho could do nothing The mare ran on to the sidewalk and tho rig was soon smashed against a telephone pole Mr Hendron being thrown out In his fall ho cut his left hand severely and it seemed as though he must have been was besides very badly bruised but hurt worse and every one present was greatly relieved to find ho had not suffered permanent harm The horse was stopped half a mile down the pike and was not injured but the rig was completely wrecked Handsome purses offered by the Madison County Fair Association Richmond on stock and farm products Dates Sept 10 to 13 1 0 eooeoeo tr oeoeeoee0 The Citizen is Growing Rap x tI Idly Let Your Business o Keep Pace With it By Adver 5- tlsing o I ooooooeooo THINGS TO THINK OF BROTHER COOLYS SENTIMENTS Religion makes do man but Won man makes do rellglonLawd help do worllSatan keeps busy six days in do week en even wen he go ter sleep in church on a Sunday he still got ono eye open No man In de wort would live In do Sorrowful country ef he could havo ttn minutes talk wid a citizen furn Hallelula Hill Some folks what all time hollerin far de oltlme Religion never enough religion in do ol lime ter hndIde feathers er a angels wing Frank L Stanton in Uncle Remuss Magazine for September i Ho who has a reputation which he is anxious to defend is still ono of the rich men who shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heavenEmerson Dont gamble said Undo Eben unless you kin afford to lose AnIit yous got enough sos you kin af ford to lose dar aln no sense in play in fob mo Washington Star FALL FROM HORSE KILLS GIRL I Miss Sadie Evans of Brodhead Ky who was in school here last year was killed by being thrown from her horse on Tuesday only a few hours be L fore she had planned to start to Berea I Her many friends here are greatly grieved at the news The funeral was held yesterday e IN OUR OWN STATE Effects of Lexington Lumber Failure Serious Suit Over Coal Fields The case of Ed Callahan with tho enticing of witnesseschargodIMarcum dhmage suit was at Winchester Monday and set for Sept 29 Trimble County teachers formed an association to get higher salaries I and signed an agreement not to teachIany school for Ics than UOa j George W Lynn of Glasgow Ky now u soldier In tho Phlllplnes has been made a SecondLleutenont for courageCoal miners and operators In the Barbourvlllo district reached an agreement and contracts at the union scalE were signed for a year The failure of the big DoycoCrl1g1riCompany of Lexington with 125000 debts and 100000 assets has involved the Clearfleld Lumber Company of Clearfield Tenn the Flncastlo Lum ber Company the Tuthill Patterson Manufacturing Company and the Cy press Lumber Company of Cincinnati v and the total amount of capital affect ed will be nearly a million dollars The Madison County Fair opened at Richmond on Tuesday and will con Unue till Friday The attendance on ilthe opening days was affected 1 by the wet weather but many fine horses and cattle were shown Tho Hon Augustuws E Wlllson Repub lican candidate for governor has been asked to speak but has not yet said that ho would do so The Hon S W Hager will attend the last day Suit has been filed by the State Auditors agent In Middlesboro tQI seize for the state between torty and fifty thousand acres of ne best coat land in the state the land has been held by tho Louj3vlUo property Com pany and Sao state charges that thfs comn ny Is owned by the Louisville thoIlandstate would havo a right to the land which is vallued atabout 1000000 New railroad lines are being built into tho land and leases there are eag erly sought Tho fight in the courts will bo over tho ownership of the Louisville Property Company and tho case will bo pushed because the land l Is being rapidly opened up The r lands lie in northern Den County i An unknown person placed poison In the lake at Walnut Hill the stock farm of L VHarkness in Fayette county killing hundreds of fish I NOTE THE DAYI I The Fall Term of Berea College opened yesterday- S peei a 1 arrangements I have been made for students unavoidably delayed I 3 tit NEWBP PEn 1wt3- Al rea wbe Ukw the prr r raUrlj Item lh4 I whubr dltetd u nmr wblbu- b Ii a tahetlbt not 1i rpebl la the pr- TbeuruKay dMMvi that tefuiee UUk n w removerhdrllJrTmOL THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Authr tt Tnt MAIN iHANCf ZttOA DAHEION tic CopjrlgtU by Bobb JUrrm Co CHAPTER XXIV Continued That was originally a trench for natural gas pipes There was once a largo pumping station on tho site of this house with a big trunk main run ning off across country to supply the towns west of hero The gas was ox haunted and the pipes wero taken upI before I began to build I should never have thought of that tunnel InI tho world If the trench hadnt suggest fed It I merely deepened and widened ita little and plastered It with cheap cement as far as tho chapel and that little room there where I put Picker lags notes had onto been the cellar of a house built for the superintend tent of the gas plant I never had any idea that I should use that passago as n means of getting Into my own house but Marian mot me at the station told me that thor was trouble here and came with me through the chapel Into the collar and through the hidden stairway that winds around the chim hey from that room whore wo keep the candlesticks Dut who was the ghost 1 I demand ed if you wero really alive and 1n Egypt Dates laughed now Oh I was the ghost I went through thoro occasionally to stlmu late your curiosity about tho house And you nearly caught me once One thing more if were not wear- Ing you outId like to know whether Sister Theresa owes you any money My grandfather turned upon Picker Ing withblazing eyes You scoundrel you Infernal scoun drel Sister Theresa never borrowed a cent of me In her life And you have made war on that woman Isis rage choked him He told Bates to close the door of tho steel chest and then turned to mo Where are those notes of Picker ings he demanded and I brought tho paebot Gentlemen Mr Pickering has gone to ugly lengths In this affair How ninny murders have you gentlemen committed rWe were about to begin actual kill Ing when you arrived replied Larry Krlnnlag TIle sheriff got all his men off the promts moro or less alive sir said DatesThat is good It was all a great mistake avery great mistake I had no Idea such things could happen and my grandfather turned to Pickering Pickering what a contoinpti scoundrel you aro I lent you Rat = M000 to buy securities to give you blUer standing In your railroad enter prise and the last timo I saw you you got me to release tho collateral so you could raise money to buy more shares Then after I dlodhe- chulkledyou thought youd find and destroy the notes and that would end the transaction and if you had been smart enough to find them you might have had them and welcome Dut as it Is they go to Jack If he shows any mercy on you in collecting them hos not the boy I think ho is Pickering rose seized his lint and backed away toward the shattered library door He paused for a moment his face livid with rage You old fool he screamed at my grandfather You old lunatic I wish to God I had never seen you No won der you came back to life Youre a tricky old devil and too mean to die lie turned toward me with some aim liar complaint ready at his tongues end but Stoddard caught him by the sohuldcrs and thrust him out upon tho terraceA later wo saw him cross the meadow and hurry toward St A gs Urns CHAPTER XXV Changes and Chances John Marshall Glcnarm had probably never been so happy In his life as on that day of his amazing homecoming Ho laughed at us and he laughed with us and as ho wont about tile house ex completlonlbohumor that had been tho terror of my boyhood Ah If you had hind tho plans of course you would have been saved a lot of trouble but that little sketch of the Door of Bewilderment was the only thing I oftand you found itJackyou really opened these good books of mine He sent us all away to remove the marks of battle and we gave Dates a hand In cleaning up tho wreckage Data tho keeper of secrets Dates the Inscrutable and mysterious Dates the reek hero of tho affair at Glcnarm My grandfather led us through the narrow airway by which be had en toted which had been built between false walls and wo played ghost for one another to show just how the road of a human being around the ihlnmoy sounded There was much to explain and my grandfathers contri Uon for having plaecdnp Iii so hazard ous a predicament was so sincere and his wish to make amends so evident that my heart warmed to him Ho made me describe in detail all the in cidents of my stay at the house listen ing with boyish delight to my adven tures Bless my soul ha exclaimed over and over again And tta I brought my two friends into tho story hIs pleasure know no bounds and ho kept chuckling to himself halt a dozen times slinking hands with Larry and Stod dard who were he declared his friends as well as mine Tho prisoner in the polite cellar re ceived our duo attention and my grandfathers joy in the fact thot an agent of the British government held captive In Glenarm Houso wasl cheering to see Dut tho mans de tention was a grave matter as we all realized and made Imperative tho im mediate consideration of Larrys fu tureI must gonnd go at onco declared Larry Mr Donovan I should feel honored to havo you remain said my grand father I hope to hold Jack here and I wish you would share tho houso with us The sheriff and those follows wont squeal very hard about their performances here said Stoddard And they wont try to rescue the prisoner oven for a reward from a house where the dead come back to life No but you cant hold a British prisoner in an American private homo forever Too many people know he has been in this part of the country and you may be sure that tho fight horo and the return of Mr Olenarm will not fall of largo advertisement All I can ask of you Mr Gleuarm is that you detain tho fellow a tow hours after I leave to give me a start After a late luncheonfor which the amazing Bates produced cham pagne the others left usStoddard to I to I Had help Larry get his things togotbe and my grandfather and I talked lit an hour You will stay on hereyol Till help me to finish the tho old gentleman asked with unmistakable eagerness of look and tone seemed harsh and ungenerous to toll him that I wished to go that the great world lay beyond tho confines of Glenarm for me to conquer that I had lost well gained by those tow months at Glenarm house and wished to go away It was not the mystery now fathomed nor the struggle now endedthat was upper most in my mind and heart but mem odes of a girl who had mocked me with delicious girlish laughterwho- had lured mo away from tho Indiana woodlands that I might see her trans formed into another moro charming being only to shatter my faith at tho end It was a comfort to know that Pickering trapped and defeated was not to benefit by the bold trick she had helped him play upon me life loss was hers as well and I was glad in my bitterness that I had found her in tho passage seeking for plunder at tho be hest of tho same master whom Mor Ian Ferguson and the rest of them served I did not mention her to my grandfather I resolved never to think speak of her again The fight was over and there was nothing moro for me to do In the house by tho lake After a week or I should go forth and try to win a place for myself I had my profession I was an engineer and I did not ques tion that I should bo ablo to find em ployment As for my grandfather Dates would taro for him and I should visit him often I was resolved not to give him any further causo for anx lety on account of my adventurous and roving ways Ho know well enough that his old hopo of making an architect of me was lost forever and now I wished to depart In peace and sock some part of the world where the trails wero new and thoro were tracts to lay and bridges to build These bought JSQ pll dj niytmldd I that I forgot that my grandfather Mat patiently waiting for an answer I should like to do anything yea ask I should llko to stay hero always but I cant Dont misunderstand me I have no intention of going back to my old ways I squandered enough money in my wanderings and I had my joy of that kind of thing I shall find employment somowhoro and go to work But Jaokho bent toward m6 kindly Jack you mustnt bo led away by any more Quixotism Into lay Ing the foundation of your own for tune What I have is yours boy What Is In tho box In the chimney is yours nowtoday- I wish you wouldnt You were al ftfv too kind and I deserve nothing absdiJr nothing Im ntf JYlrfi to pay you Jack I want to east toy own conscience thats all But money eta do nothltu for mine I replied trying to smile Ive been n reckless spendthrift all my days and now Im going to work It you were Infirm and needed me I ihould not hesitate but the world will have its oyes on mo now Jack that will of mine did you a great wrong It put a mark upon you and thats what hurts me thats what 1 want to make amends fort Dont you see Now dont punish mo boy Comet Lot us be meads Ho eand put out his hands I didnt mean that I dont care about that It was nothing more than I deserved These months hero have changed me Havent you heard sie say I was going to work And I tried to laugh away further discussion of my future It will bo more cheerful hero la the spring ho said as though sc k- Ing an Inducement for mo to remain When the resort colony down bore comes to life tho tHke really gay- I shook my hul Tho lake that r vI Wish Cod Never Seen You house It as as or so is pretty cupful of water the dip sail glide of a maroon canoe the reman brauce of a rod tamoshanter morn lug afar ort in an October sunsel toy purpose to leave the place strengthened as I thought of thcsd things My nerves wore keyed to s brooking pitch and losing control cf myself I turned upon him stormily So Miss Dovereux was tho other person who shared your confident Do you understand do you appre elate the fact that she was Ilckorlrga allyI certainly do not he replied coldly Im surprised to hear you speak so of a woman whom y01 can scarcely knowP Yes I know her My God I have reason to know hor But even when I found her out I did not dream that tho plot was as deep as It Is She knew that it was a scheme to test me and alto played mo Into Plckorlngii hands I caught her down there in the tunnel acting as his spy looking for tho lost notes that she might gain grace In his oyes by turning them over to him You know how I always hated Pickering ho was too smooth too smug and you and everybody else were forever praising him to mo He was always hold up to mo as a model and the first time I saw Marian Dever eux she was with hImIt was at Sherrys the night before I camo horo I supposo she reached St Agathas only a few hours ahead of mo Yes Sister Theresa was nor guar than Her father was a dear friend and I knew her from her early childhood You aro mistaken Jack Her knowing Pickering moans nothing they both lived In Now York and moved In tho same circle But It doesnt explain her efforts to help him does 1t1 I blazed lie wished to marry her Sister Theresa told me thatand I talledI failed miserably to keep my obligation hero I ran away to follow herd TO DES CONTINUED A now broom and a straight Stah mao a clean sweep THE DEATH OF MOSESSun- day School LtssonlorSepL221907 Sped all Prepared for TIIII Paper LESSON TBXTDeut 14 ML Mom ory verses ItItGOLDEN TBXTPre lous In the tight ot tho Lord It the death of hi- ssaintsPsalm lit 15- T1MB Mosea died In the first week of the twelfth month February March at the fortieth year since tho exodus 11 C 1431 according to the common chro nologylUCKMollta dial on Mt Nebo the culminating peak of the Iligah range of the mountains of Moab It U 0i4 miles east of the northern end ot the Dead Sea SCRIPTURAL nBPBnnNCH3 ON MOSKaHos It II Jar U 1 Iatlm M title Pea IM 35 Matt IT 1 4 Acts 7 5041 Luke 0 SI lleb S 2 6 M 7477 ne v U 3- Comment and Suggestive Thought The Vision from the MountVe14 Moses had completed his work Tho time had come for him to entrust the future of his people to otbor hands On account of his almost only failure to come up to his standard at the Waters of Mtclbah ho wits riot permitted to entor the promised land Ills public sin before all the ritoplo mutt bo punished to show that nod was Impartial that no matter what ones privileges or attainment he cannot be immune In sin nut for Mou ss always with his poopie Cod mingled love with justice nod showed Moses that punishment was n necee stiy but Gods heart overflowed with loving kindness and tender mercies toward his child and prophet Visions of Heaven God gives us Plsgah views of the promised land to which we are tarvollns through this wilderness world 1 Wo havo thorn In Scriptures whore glimpses of bony on are given to us both by descrip tion and by tho ideals of a holy life sot before us Hut one must have something of the character of Moses before be can see tho vision In IU true glory 2 Cod gives his chll t circa heavenly Mperlopces earnest and foretastes of the blessedness to come Hut those too como after faithful service and devoted living The object of those visions Is 1- to present before us tho true Ideal ot life It is not a vain thing to think often of a perfect and holy hoavn for It skews us how we ought to live on earth 1 To be a motive and Inspiration to higher living I To be a comfort In hours of darkness and discouragement Character Sketch of Motes Vs 10 12 Motes stands among the few greatest men In all history In every direction ho WM great and good 1 As a ProphetA prophet Is one who speaks and acts under tko dire tin of Cod Ute medium through which God reveals his will to gait 10 And there arose not a prophet like unto Mow No othw WM like Mm till we come to issue the prophet whom God had prnmlMd should be raised up like unto Moses Dent IS JS the organiser of a new kingdom speaking the truth directly from God Whom the Lord kaow face to face God revealed hltmwlf and his will directly iu Mines without the Intervention of any angel or human bring Gods spirit noted upon tho spirit of Mess 11 In all tile signs and the wonder greater than any wrought till Jesus Christ came They proved to the Israelites that Mosea was Gods messenger to them his commands were Gods commands his leading where God would bavo them led IS In all that mighty harfd ThS hand Is tho symbol of power In action tile Instrument of power All the groat terror which God wrought against Pharaoh and other enemies which was doubtless ono of the roa sons why tho Israelites were so safe In tho wilderness 2 As a Saint Mosos goodness shines OB brightly as his greatness Ho was unselfish He devoted him self at every cost to the good of his people Ho encountered every dan ger for their sakes lie was willing to die to save thorn 110 was the embodiment of love to God and love to man By seeing God taco to taco ho was becoming transformed into hla spiritual likeness 3 Ills Imperfection Two or three times some fault is attributed to Moses as every saint has tailed Jn some point at some time There Is no garden but has some weeds Out tho most unjust thing we can do Is to measure its value by Its woods and not by Its fruits 4 Moses as a Statesman Insplra tlon apart Moves possessed all those endowments and qualities which form the consummate statesman and chief magistrate an Intellect of the highest order a perfect mastery of all tho civil wisdom of the ago a pene trating comprehensive and sagacious judgment great promptness and en ergy In action patriotism which neither Ingratitude 111 treatment nor rebellion could quench or even cool a commanding and persuasive elo quence a hearty Ipvo of truth an Incorruptible virtue 5 As a general Moses delivered his people from tho most powerful nation on earth maintained them amid tho perils of the desert for 4 years and led them in confidence against a coun try settled by flerco tribes which they conqueredG Lawgiver However much may have been added by tile develop ment of the people like tho amend meats to the constitution and laws of the United States yet through Moses was Instituted tho great sys tom of civil and religious low 7 As a Poot Tho two singe In Deutoroi oiny 32 and 33 and Psalm 90 PULLING FENCE POSTS A Hard Task Made Easy by Use of Plank and Chain An easy and practical method of pulling posts by which all digging and had labor Is eliminated Is shown In cut Take a plank 1 ft wldVS 4 ft long and mako a Vshaped notch at one end nailing on several crossplecos to prevent splitting This plank Is used to change tho hori zontal draft to tho vertical Place ono end of tho chain around tho pat close to the ground Incline the lank against the pout so the lower end will be 1H ft from the base of tbe post place the chain In the notch of the plank hitch the team to tho poet sad start up In a few seconds the post is clear of tho ground In sieving fences says the Harm and Homo the chain should be attached to tho rear axle of the wagon so the poets may be loaded and hauled to the now location THE FARMER BOY I Temper the Work to His Strength and Let Him Have His Play Time Every farmer desires to keep his boy at homo IS long as he can do so that ho may thus live n protected life ns long as possible This Is right It Is a mistake to permit the farm boy to launch out for hlnttett al too ton der an ago The father of the lay must remember that tho musclea of the boy are not bard like his own and that be cannot do the same OUt oi wwk as he himself con do with equal ease The muscles of a grow log boy are soft for they aro eon stantly bi g lHcrMd In she by Ute addition of new material Many farm lays are driven from Ute tarts by too hard work They are made to take the place of a hired wan at a very early age and tile father state forgtit that they aae not the same lndlffrM to plMur as Mm melt The boy ReM a good deal of recreation and a chaise to ratncta with other farm boys Ths taros lay should have a fair chases at the pleas area of childhood and youth as lit city boy has ills work shook H carefully limited The usual farm boy Is a worker anyway lIe early laces to do the roost difficult tasks on the farm says Farmer Review and Is worth moh more to hls paronU than my hired roan la worth Ills parent should therefore study him and his needs Ills needs Include many things beside the food he gets ned the clothes he wears All work aid BO play makes Jack n dull boy Is an oh taring but strictly true Many a farm boy has been overworked Into a dallaaa that has lasted him his life through POINTERS A l4gshogthd neighbor wBo wont keap up his fences Harm Journal Some farmers find great advantage in sowing rye at the last working of the corn Might try n patch The manure spreader has decreased tho number of rich barnyards and Increased the number of rich fields In steadDont sell any clover hay It you have stock to food It to It Is worth nearly as much for fertilizer as for feedSow only tho plumpest nicest wheat this fall nun It through the fanning mill and take all tile foul stuff out Good seed Is half the crop Tho cost of a pair of farm scales will be saved tho first year in prevent Ing tho losses from guessing at weights of other products bought or sold The boo is one of the most useful implements on tho farm but It Is not automatic In Its operations To be effective It needs a strong arm and a willing hand Seed Alfalfa In Fall On account of tho more abundant growth of weeds and grass in the spring and early summer late summer or early fall seeding of alfalfa is roe Exjporlmenttivated during tho early part of tho season and seeded to alfalfa In July or August ideal conditions so far as the establishment of the young plants Is concerned will bo most nearly air proached Dont Break the Hammer Look out Youll break that hammer handle trying to pull that rusty nail lIlt tbo nail a rap or two driving it into the wood then It will come out cosy says Farm Journal When part way out put a bit of hard wood un dor the head of the hammer for a ful crum See bow nice It works The Provident Farmer I cropslB bor who Is getting ahead TJiortf la a1 whole volume in that e tJre sloDj ALFALFA AND FERTILITY I One Farmer In the West Finds the Two Co Together v X Out here In tho west where corn and wheat and oats have been our g staples for years wo have found tho if land to demand something to replen ish the humus that grain growing took from it writes n correspondent ot Farmers Voice The day of the We grain farmer who wrings this fertility iffrom tho land and does not put back enough to help the next seasons crops tiIs about past Fanners of tho great earn bolt have learned that corn land needs fertilization the same as any other that the growing of oorn and ilcattle and bogs and alfalfa Is the so lotion of maintaining fertility Today there Is moro cattle feeding than over in tho corn bolt and It has como about because of tbe desIre to maintain fer tlllty The great Increases In popula lion will In time mako the price gt Icorn land doublo what It now Is It it is fertile t ICewtIfuture fertility has S Immediate benefits come from for 4 tlllty heno the big fd lot with ItsYcattle and hop and consequent leads of manure to feed to the hungry land livery farmer In the corn belt will grow alfalfa Where It would not grow ten years ago today flour i lihes and wave In the summer wind iAnd the mighty advance of this won derful plant Is not over Tls only begun Tho wise farmers only are utilizing tt The smart ones Ignoro It Twont grow hare they say trying to Imitate Ike sages Corn sad alfalfa rotated keep up the lands life and if tho manure of stables hog pens and feeding yard U added fortuity will lacrosse and land bear heavy crops as well the farmer send his produce to en the hoof and feed up all Ills LetIand grain A field that has grown talfa three years to five will from a fourth to a third ingra corn than land that was ot the same inal value In fertility but which hASIgrown corn continuously Three out a- tinge of extra good bay can be made from the average alfalfa field aad In extra good years tear zany bo made each cutting from nee and a quarter to two tons per sees I know one farmer of WO sense of land worth over UM9 who taW flee years ago Ute evils of grata growing but who ROW grows alfalfa and earn t slid dairy cows Ute Is the best pep leg farm that I know of la the great state of Nebraska and Ite tolls mo that sash n eomMaaUoa Ma U work ing towards Is steadily upbatMlrnr tero UHty ad lnerat g Use reviews Another tokmaa whose 040 aeren Is worth I7LWO uhalf la alfalfa Ute whole time aad halt in eon lintships In his feeders and generally CM head every tall and wtatr lilt farm grows heavier crops t04a6 than ever before so be says and lie bMwesIthe alfalfa plant manur III steer for the resell rr A CORN HARVESTER HandMade Cutter Which Will Cut + JTwo Rows at a Timet rLI An lows reader deseribes this two I row kofread cmtttr eupulls I nsd a 4 by 4 for an axle sad bolted a S by 4 to tkta azs IH to a feetiapart and let It nm oat 12 Inches on the rear side Omrd this over far a i f platform For runners at tho front e r I took runners front an old Key planter and fastened them fron ho bottom so as to have them run about I C or 7 IncItes from the rows of torn I For knives I took two blades oCK an old stalk cutter Tbo platform may bo either nailed or bolted down Tho wheels are old planter wheels On tbttable I have a buck fastened to platform so one can sit or lean upon J Iupallbinder twine As soon as I have anrarmful of corn Is is compressed with tbe device shown and tied ready for 7 putting In im thock tEverybody Drag n Y When the smiles of spring nppear + jIIVhnDrag the roads When the corn U In tho eRr 4tlCvryDrug tho roadatl0DragIt but for on hour or two Dreic tho maths It will keep thorn good and new With n purpose firm and true I Tall In line Iti up to y8ul Ural the roads Raising Rats Somebody hiss figured up that it qpst this country last year 10000Q I 000 to feed Its rats Lot everybody tlrriln and mako an effort io reduce tho cost by destroying the ruts ji i W A It Makes You Warm I To go into a drug store and havo the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD as what you asked for dont blame you Thats 4why we carry such a tremendous stock just to havo what you want 1T If we do not have what you want 4weare always glad to got it for you The one thing that we do not have is the thing JUST AS GOOD Dont Believe in Itll t IIThe Porter tNCOarORATXO Drug Co 0 0 0 0 oGoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe08oaoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeo a 0 VicinityI iO o 0 r i GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OP SOURCES i i oioioioioaoioiofoioioioleoio- 0 ioioioioioioioiosoioioioi About a hundred citizens gathered At tho Invitation of the college peoplo for a social on the campus Saturday afternoon and All report bavin thor I oly enjoyable timed A little ahower i wkleli looked as If It meant more broke up the pleasant company carll or UtAH many wished but not till ov orybody bad shaken band all round The many friends of Pal Lewis who bM begirt very Wk with loooawtor ataxia for MNM time were greatly pieced to eee Ulat ate wM well OfWMIp 1tobe oat to Ute eectel and he was weleowedj The Uerea Q MrtUe composed of trail Gsmbkingby Dick and Hen ry went to Leneeeter teet week under the able mnenwent ot Mr MaimU and seem to have created a furor there They hare received moat in vitations to go hick awl their Bins IIIK wae Tel warmly praised whleh is nut alrialag to any one who HM beard tJfm The I I A Van Winkle r trre t toWl lu tltuetornuaMpssaehlag at the INs hiirch lad Sunday lIe rK rU that it M Uottkina of row vllle eIN I at the JkCKMM COttBty IMMrlpli Jilll school eeSTeaUO At trIO 0111 i hurch at Weteaburg om HVL f 4I 9 frank t le our well knows mere chant t IMIIIK along gill with thv JOllle iy xii h Ira bulkJUiK n Kstlll- iistreet liar for th liutine had IITII dto i the mate rhll fur the fuund a which la to IN lit eminent Morks udut the fCIry foal the H o tho dcfutDr j1I IJroUDdI fricndf w ami around Ina delight l to hrp will r mm from Tula 1 linn Territory hollt dolHtr I and iini hili iireetl hre It Ic- afeedle 0 that the Idor will be FOB BEREA BOY DROWHED hrtt nu of c lllll In 10 dnnlill ii 27 Inlle Glt r near IInfdt lie j I tli ht d hy r su- kut I ied 11 r tLlore At the Uu hr 14cc- ldrill I working u fleam Itodrr i us it was WI fiim one ILit I HT lltW a i t work I 11MI l 1 htl fe ur ln wn Ir un liy Ilut utltur kiniii IllH iltS jolDHon 111 Mit for 4 t turn horn Iul rt 1ctlltr body I j h Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is so value ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless couching But it does more it controls the Inflammation i quiets the fever soothes nnd heals Sold for CO years ATCTI Cberrr reelral het Ina redaler- Ilse pre rTerto tat U iinMiylu me tlirouKli ft ict ra ck of iiiecmmnU mid I ttti I jhro ettIirWILLAMtfuTIIUTicWawi HArdede pf J0 r Co Lowo111d4M IAlto niaoufttotutari or ers SARSAPARILLA PILLS HAW VI008 Hasten recovery b keeping the t bowels regular with Ayors Pills warmly welcomed Pranois Clark will resume his Sunday Sohool work at hickory Plains next Sunday Tho Ilor Dascom S Joties and his family are spending this week at Marl vllle Tenn Ho has decided to con linuo ns pastor of the Congregational Church for tho coming year He will also supply In person or by proxy Harts Combs and 1lno Orove Rev M K Pasco has boon ohoson as a delegate from Keatueky to tho national oouBell ot Congrogatlona churches wkleh will be held at Clevo Mad October 7 to 17 Mrs Llssie Prater and Mies Deeslo May of Sayleravlllo Kentucky ar vtolting Mr and Mrs Noah May 3tlee May will be In school CALEB POWERS Mr Wlllaon Emphatically States His Position In Answor to Mr Hagers Question Will Guarantee Powers Fair Trial I wUl Mt dip UM good old Itotxibll Ota fthlp Into the nlr of dirty polltloa by allowing myself to be droned Into Uu Iowera eontroveny In this earn paint for good government IB Jtea tacky reooluUdy sal emphaUoally declared Augustus a WlltM tho Be pthilcan nominee far governor la kin tpf oh at Barboarrfllo to a crowd III ttonutPd at sooo ponom alt Mtxhbora Mid town folk of Caleb POWOM and all ke d up to the hlcheet tension of eap tjuiiy aa to what Mr Wttlaon wo111 say in reply to Mr Ha ern gear Utiu rupouuded at Lexington AII that I can promise you bo adiI 1L4 that If I an elected governor d Kentucky Mr Powers will hays IIJUId same Kentucky tor trial when I tend them forj All of these men wilt have a fair I trial It it II the hut set of my life and lit order that three may be noI charges of favorlUma made they will be tried before Democratic j dee If I tod that he U the bent nan fitted to perform this important service to UM tale I Mr linger In his speech nt lAx Ington sell that be would not pardon Mr Powers I wont promise you that he will be pardoned I do not consider It fitting for any lawyer to toll the people what he will do In advance of a trial nnd record If ho makes such a promlHO ho will appeal only to tho unworthy Paclona of men Mr linger In tho miserable rancor of party hatred has soon lit to drag tbo ninttor Into this campaign and I throw It back Into his tooth and ro sent tho Implication that I or tho Re publican party would roloaso Mr Pow ors without n fair trial nnd a tail record of tho case And wo have tho right to assume that ho has not bad a fair trial because a Democratic court of appeals has had their say no It you elect me governor I pledge you to obsorvo my oath ot office tho I Constitution and tho law ai becomos nn officer of the law a gentleman and Kentuckian No man may ask mo If I will pardon him If he Is guilty I am a full grown man no child and have tho norvo to say right horn before you just what I will do and no morel j momomomomumomomo 8 o a- I College Items i o 0 o HERE AND THERE o i i osoioioioaoioioioioioioOOOMrs a Normal student in Beroa In 00 from Danlalson Conn Is now tho wife of William 0 LanUls Stato Missionary of tho American Sunday School Union of Now Hampshire residing nt Lake port In that state and Bends greetings to her many Berea friends Chas S Gosnoy ono of Herons en thusiastic students is teaching in the Wesleyan Academy at Campton WOlff county Kentucky B lIL Oontry one of Barons most popular former students who completed the Normal course at Pick University In 100ft is now Principal of tho Col ored schools at Paris Kentucky Mr Gentry Is a Bolfpoaeoeeed man of high character and real s6holarly attain monts and one devoted to the promo tion of all good things We are sure ho has before him a career of largo usefulness In Paris The Rev W D Smith who grad uated from tho Barea Normal Department In 1004 Is pastor of tho Metho dist church at Meadow Grove Nebras ka and thu Rev W C Kelly also a former Boroa student is pushing forward tho Methodist cause at Page Nebraska whore he has beon for three years and from whloh place ho Is likely to bo passed on to a larger field of usefulness soon Arthur Dalley returning to town after a summer of Sunday school work In tho mountains tolls of visit- Ing Mr Boggs formerly of Boroa who Is doing well at Cumberland Gap Howard Ernst of 1901 was In town last week on his way to tako a position as civil and mining upglncer with a coal mining company near header son Ky IT 13 NOT DENIED It la not denied that nearly overt member of tho elate committees hold a fat Job under the BeckhamHagar administration It In not denied that they manipulated members of the last senatorial caucus to vote against the tradlngIthem nnd Milton Hoard have bema placed at the bond of the hoard of control has the expenditure of all the whlohj for the pnrchaee of supplies obaritabte Institutions and reforma tortes of the slat therefore the ma ohiHO adherents cannot abu Gen Jlajfi became these things are true and the pond people are Inquiring Into there It cannot be denied that the machine aet d corruptly In Riving these jour to state committeemen for tile purpose of controlling the action of the committees of tbn party that It noted onrruplly in trading Jobs for votes agalnut Blackburn that nothing lees than corrupt purpose could bo behlad the appointment of snob men as Haly and heard on the board of control Gen hays cannot stop things as attorney general but aa governor be could and would Henderson Gleaner Dem- And this same Bockhamllager corn hIRe la asking to h Pndnrrd by the people of the elate With the record before theaatu to a rr PUBGIoSALB As I have decided to leave Klraa YUle I will on Satnnlay Septa II 197 sell OB the premises to the highest bidder a certain lot of land lying on the out tide of Main itreet Klrto rilto Ky sad containing about tour acres of rich fertile laud It haa OB It good lmnrovm n = oontUtlng of a seven room dwelling with pantry a cellar 12x27 feet good toe house stable meat house chicken houses and a good two story store house Thla 1 a good location fur a doctor to ran a drug store in connec whoIKlrkerllle hi a beautiful quiet vil lage with a population of one hundred and fifty IIt la a splendid location above any ten miles south of Richmond the county seat ot Madison and four miler from the L A N R R It la a local option village and for sobriety and Ohrtatianlty cannot be excelled It has one bank two gener al merchandise stores two black smith shop two undertaken two doetore and ono harness maker Tormsj One halt cash and one halt In two equal payments with G percent fronr day of sale till paid Salo to com monco at 10 oclock a m- ltrs Dr Judy W P Prewltt Klrksvllle Ky Auc tioneer S R BAKER DENTIST OFPICB Over Printing Officf BEREAKY nine hours from 8 to 4 City 1lionn 183 Teeth extracted without pain Soamotonne At the Top There Is always room for Jealousy at the top f 3 SIX GREAT DAYS POPULAR BELIEF IN KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SPECIAL FEATURES ARRANGED Program Announced For Every Day and Every Night All Are to Be Elaborate Six special days and as many special nights mean that the Kentucky State Pair will fulfil Its promise to have something doing every minute of sIx great days and nights during the week of September IGth at Louisville Cot W W line President of the Louis vllle Board rf Trade Is the General Chairman of the Committee on Special Days and baa announced the follow IngMonday September 1C School Chit drene Day C B Nordcman Member Louisville School hoard Chairman Tuesday September 17 Kraterna Day R S Brown President Louis vlllo Commercial Club Chairman Wednesday September IS Louis vlllo Day Goo Q Fetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chairman Thursday September 19 Kentuckj Day Lew B Brown of Harrodiburg President Kentucky Press Association ChairmanFriday September 20 Southern In diana Day Adam Helmtoerger Presl dent Now Albany Commercial Club Chairman Saturday September 21 Every bodys Day Everybody Chairman The Special Nights Committee Is hoodoo by J V Beckmann Manager of the Retail Merchants Association who has announced tho special nights as follows Monday September 16 Qermaa American Night F W ITtlikor Chair manTuesday September 17 IrlahAmer Scan Night Thoa McCabe Chairman Wednesday September ISLabor Night John Young President Louis vllle Federation of Labor Chairman Thursday September 19Press Night Young E Allison Chairman Friday September 2gJSllltary Night Col W B Haldoman Colonel Commanding First Kentucky Regi meet Chairman Saturday September 21 Farewell Night Smith T Bailey Chairman Mr Nordeman expects School Chll drena Day to bring little folks not only from Louisville but from oil over the State Ho has appointed every county and city school superintendent In Kentucky ax a member of his committee For Fraternal Day a largo tent will be erected where headquarters may be opened by reproseatatlves of all taxi ternal organization to receive welcome and register guests It la the hope of Col Brown to have a series of drills by the uniform ranks of the different organizations Mr Fetter will have the active cooperation of commercial industrial financial and professional organise Ueaa in making Louisville Day one that will put It In red letters on the Fair calendar No one will be bold enough however to challenge the popularity of Ken tacky Day Every Indication points to IU being the banner day of Uu week Mr Brown has tamed many prominent editors of Kentucky as his associates on this committee He is counting upon several large excursion from different points The editors will hold a rally on the night of Kentucky Day which Is known M Press Night tad Col Allison it arreagluc a very at IraotlTB procram Frees headquarters are to be WMbllebed at tile PaIr grenade Mr Heimberger It not only appoint 12S Soaticra lailaaa editors but heads of commercial orgaulzatlona In that seethes aa members of the South Indiana Day Committee lena programs for every night will attractive This will bo especially true of Military Night whea tile First Regiment will give aa exhibition drill In front of the greed stand White the tiara and nights have been ghee earna special same It doe not fellow that the State lair manapeftent- wiehe to oonflne the attendance to those Interested In the way that the name Indicates On the contrary the State Board of Agriculture Inttte everybody to come every day and every night At a treat outlay of money the State Board of Agrkmltaire has contracted with Captnlu Roy Knabenehuo to bring him nasaengorMjarrylng alrshipthd marvel of the century to tho Ken tuoky State Fair September 1C to 21 and glvo dally flights and exhibitions with a night ride in tho air guided by a searchlight Pains famous Manhattan Beach fin works and a gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle tho eruption of Vesuvius an actual reproduction of tho awolnspir Ing calamity of 190C will bo given nightly In front of tho grand stand at tho Kentucky State Fair In Loulsvlllo Soptember 1C to 21 A Stato Fair ribbon has tho backing of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky It la a trophy of big valuo aside trail the money that accompanies It acrobaticacts will bo given free each day at tho Kentucky Stato Fair In front of the grand- stAnd r This show one ct the many pleutac tiI for this and it to us at our it at of and can you is the of like you be in In Berea who wish to send their and daughters to the Institution must remember the strict rule that living In Berea must en In the fall or they will to enter In the winter beI Also that for tho Model school should by all ter at of fall term are not likely to bo any classes them later The way to get the real benefit of the Institution la to send thrt entire year Fall term opens Sept 11 Write and tell all your friends out of town to send their young at that time Hog Found Mr Nat Pig hoed of Stone Is a 20 stray black with white markings can have by her and costs Ir J Star Are the If fdayflOwe1 L A 25O and for Women As good true as the name it A modern product with oldtime honor Medium Price High Value The Mayflower Women is designed to meet the requirements of who want a high class shoe at a medium price The manufacturers realizing put into the shoe the greatest possible values furnish a figure that permits selling to you the remarkably low price 250 300 We say to frankly there less profit made on Mayflower than any shoe quality sold today We styles enough to satisfy youno matter how particular may I Come and Examine our Big Stock MRS S R BAKER Berea Kentucky Families sons students ter not allowed children PrJmnryI beginning for children tho people Round keeping pound sow Owner her describing paying Brand Shoes Better c 3OO Shoo and wears Shoe those have have PUBLIC SALE acryI Ky we will on Saturday Sept 14 1907 sell to the highest bidder 5 good horses kind and gentle to drive 6 buggies all In good repair 1 surrey 1 drummers wagon 6 single sets of harness In good repair 3 double sets of harness In good repair 8 lap robes 6 horse blankets Our livery stable and lot Said lot fronts 75 feet on Depot street runrning back 132 feet It has on it aqI good sulphur well This Is a good location for anyone wanting to run a livery stable Term made known on day of sale Sale to commence at 10 a m- John J HugheslW N Hughes I W P Prewltt Auctioneer t I +O +O+O+o +o+o+o+o +o +o+o+o p o oJ The First- Hundred I J f Dollars f o 010 + You nave nrnl tli i nir at interest in our pavings depnrtmont + will mark th itiKlnninK of n new era In your litean ern of o financial lruress 0 I + It will increase your confidence in yourself and the eon + t fldence of others in you and possibly form the bMls of a g o business Credit that will help you to your first real start + I 1Many n big business many n thriving farm don truce its o j + to a smaller amout in actual cub o I o J If you have property saleor weal to buy do not o forget the superior service offered by o our Real Estate Department 1- o + IBBREA BANK TRUST COf i BEREA KENTUCKY o t o r THE COMPLETE BANK I i oro JJ MOORE resldnt W H PORTER CashFer I 40 INTEREST PAID ON SAViNos 4 I ooeO0+e+fO+OO Itte1 sofa I IO+04e0l40 15 raooo+ooo o+ooolo+o+o+o+o+ 0 + r tIfYou Are Looking For f 0 Bargainso i+ o 0 You must Not Pass This Store to 0 IA inice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves 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to visit us Wont ho bo great picking for newspaper poets Mark Twain probably wears that whit suit to match his hair That Involves less trouble than changing tho color of the hair A Harvard graduate Is walking to San Francisco He says It Is on a wager but probably the facts are that he wants to get there Kink Edward Is ono of tho few men who can afford to entertain 7000 guests at one time and take his chances with the souvenir hunters What a fine hearty laugh English men will have in about five years from now when some of Mark Twains jokes have begun to dawn on them Dont quarrel about nature gentlemen writers about the beasts of tho fields and the birds of the air She Is old enough to take care of herself Psychic epilepsy Is the latest ex cuse for shooting up the town Psychic confinement on psychic bread and water should be tried as a cure Thirty thousand gypsies are to be banished from Hungary and It is reported that they may como to this country They will make a mistake If they come now The advent of the automobile has made horse trading unattractive and the fortunetelling business has almost completely gone over to people who do not pretend to have any gypsy blood In their veins It seems like a curious reversal ot normal conditions when the weste comes to the east to get buffaloes with which to replenish Its stock Yet that Is Just what has happened The owner of a big ranch in Oklahoma relates the Troy N Y Times has purchased a collection temporarily located at the Bronx zoological gardens and the animals will be shipped to the new owners home The transaction Involves a buffalo hunt but with a difference When the king of Italy was told that a son had been born to the wife ot Lloyd C Orlscom tho American ambassador In Rome he exclaimed 1 had always believed that ambassa dors were blessed only with grandsons Ambassadors as well as sen ators used to bo old men but this all seems to have been changed Am bassador Orlscom Is only 34 years old and it will be many years before ho Is a grandfather and there are many men In tho senate less than 50 Another man 101 years old has wed his first sweetheart now 100 years old This Is getting to be quite a fad The man or woman who doesnt get married on his or her one hundredth birthday Is very much behind the times There is nothing like starting the second century right Many a man who looks back regretfully as memories of his first sweetheart are recalled would be willing to marry I the girl provided she would consent to wait until his one hundredth birthday Thu natives of the Tonga or Friend ly Islands off the east side of New Zealand are said to be the finest in physique of any on earth The average height of the males Is five feet ten Inches Many of them are over six feet They weigh from 160 to 300 pounds and are very straight being built In proportion The women aver age a greater height than the women of America They have fine strong figures and average from 100 to 160 pounds In weight They are of a copper color straighthaired and with features which made the Greeks fa mous Congress is to be called upon to transform the United States Into the semblance of the garden of Mistress Mary the quito contrary young lady who raised columbines all in a row Tho Columbine association Is perfect Ing plans to petition the national leg islature to make tho columbine the na tional flower One of Its members a professor of botany maintains that no Slower would be more appropriate as tho name comes from tho Latin word meaning ua dove the worlds emblem of peacea name given to this flower becauso one common form of It re cembles a group of doves l riir uihrttt lI rttittn nf tlir Antnlrau Natej By GRAF ERNST REVENTLOW German Naval Expert As compared with Japan there can bo no doubt that as far as personnel is concerned Americas weakness is at sea From a tactical standpoint ono can safely assert tho standard of tho American navy does not attain a high point At any rate tho education of officers on a systematic uniform thoroughgoing plan is lacking absolutely whilo of tradition thero cnn of course not bo tho slightest notion A second most unfortunate feature is the penonnel question It has como up before but only in the recent years of tho new era has it demanded adequate atten tion At pretent then is a lack of both officers and men The oflker famine is so crying that last year it was necessary to convert cadets into watch officers It is manifest that in this respect relief can only be secured in the course of years Even then if as at present tho number of cadets at Annapolis is annually consider ably raised and their term of education shortened the effect in the rank of higher officers can only make itself felt in the course of time Finally relief cannot bo secured simply by turning out officers faster The necessary service experience must also have been attained As hat been said America waited too long to resort to energetic and radical remedial meas ures For the present and the immediate futuro wo cannot got away from tho fact that tho American officer corps as regards its tactical military training without doubt is inferior to the Japanese that it is also numer ically inferior would under other circumstances not be of special impor tance especially as in war a large number of naval officers remain ashore while tho commanding officers among thorn usually go to the front A further element of weakness in the American fleet however is tho very highage among the higher commanding officers Among rear admirals we findan average of nearly 61 years among captains of nearly GS years and among the navy commanders of nearly 51 That is a service age much beyond what the demands of initiative and elasticity made upon naval officers absolutely require and this misgiving becomes tho more serious in light of tho now prevailing promotion system whereby also for higher officers the question of efficiency is not the decisive one 1fUihuttlt i iquut 1ut tt 1lIr at1t Dy MRS JOHN SHERWIN CROSBY President Women Democratic Club It A of secured by a woman price of new ono of those of conquest woman forward from the of the matrimonial fence Even in the case of the bonnet the husband will probably want to be satisfied that it is becoming first Miss Clarkes idea of husbands hour seems to me an injustice both to the husband and wife wore it carried through successfully and as well a of the right To go to the heart of the mat ter husbands dearly love to teach but not to learn in their politicalopinions the largely knowledge that the usual woman acquires in her study of the situation at her club can hardly be opposed to his daily experience of the conditions to bo remedied the men to achieve the desired The of their information is bound to result in a better understanding for both But the im plication of a superior mental attitude on her part would be fatal to the dearest wish of her or other Miss Clarkes suggestion is nothing more nor than the establishment of a school of husbands in which their senses are to be lulled first with good and good manners before hubby and cush ioned catechised and lessoned and cajoled by art of which woman is mistress into a promise to relinquish his own will and judgment and act as the cotspaw for the woman who hides behind him Longfellows Childrens Hour was the happy time of the daythe one hour without restraints Otis Clarkes Hour would be tho hour of struggle of discontent might even be interpreted by the unjust into what is commonly called nagging In fact the process of administering such a sugarcoated pill to even the best of husbands would have a doubtful effect upon tho house hold Shcwhomustbeobeyed might wrest a vote from an unwilling spouse but in the majority of cases the last state of man would be worse than his first In sheer selfdefense he would rush to false gods utiatrititti Q11Urtl1 11tIIrakttrLu1 By REV GEORGE LLOYD 5to Louis Husbands Hour as tho political enfranchisement woman byn proxy vote the same blandishments with which en gages the a bonnet is dreams which invariably puts other side a debasing individual especially and abstract or betterment comparison heart political less food slippered more drugsis every Husbands harmony The amiability and complacency o f the church is its weakness today It is content to be eminently respectable and to stand aloof too muchTime was when the church was tho greatest fighting force in the world and it won glorious victories The church militant ought to remain true to its name and it ought never to give up the idea that it is here for the conquest of all that isbpposcd to Jesus Christ It should not think that its mission is done when it has won a certain refinement Our refine ment may be our ruin The amiability and complacency of the church is its weakness today It should go into the enemys country nnd not run away from it nor sit idly by while the enemy takes our territory Tho enemy has been charging all along tho line of our theology and u a result our lines are broken and our ranks ore confused A bloated materialism menaces some of the strongholds which wo thought invincible Te arms Christian men and women Everyone should fight or throw up Hi nrms If you are going to Bcrye the deyil all the week you should kc p from church on Sunday 1 THE SITUATION IN MOROCCO FROM A POLITICAL STANDPOINT IS SATISFACTORY Dut Same Can N1 De Said of Military Outlook Which Is Causing Great Concern Paris Sept 9 Dispatches from Tangier Indicate that the armies ot the protendor Mulal llaflt nnd of the sul tan will meet lu a few days Despite the assurances of tho pro tender that foreigners will not bo mOo posted most of tho Europeans at Rabal are preparing to leave roaring a wave of torror may follow tho prospocllv battle IloproeentaUvo of tho pretender have mado such strong glints for his recognition by tho powers that the matter Is rorlvlnc serious coast 1 ta tied It Is generally admitted t bat Abdul Aanfe bM pruetioaHy no control over the southern tribesmen whi nearly All of them have swon aU Stance to his rival Another problem that has given the powers much anxiety la the danxo i that following the installation of the foreign police at the several ports the antlBorapean nxnement may be reo rivet Many Buropenns now la Io roooo have warned their rapresentaUv governments that anything that loks like further onerochratnt by Knutrn or Strain WIll be resettled by the Moors and that there to even strong posalbJI ity of the declaration of the long dreil cd holy war- M Clenienceau appears to have struck a popular noto by his handling of the delicate sttuafckm and the violent attack of tho socialist leaders have no Appreciable effect The Preach public feels that Premier Clemmeeau is merely carrying oat the oblation assumed by France and Spain at Alga elms of keeping order at tko seaports or MoroccoM declares that France more than any other power Is later eted In establishing order lu Morocco especially along the Algerian frontlet and that this Is tho only effective way ot preventing Morocco from beeoralni for swine European nation a bate for a policy hostile to Algeria From a political point of view the situation In Morocco is satisfactory but the same can not be said of the military situation which Is causing the government great concern because after the September equinoctial gate the Casablanca garrison will be loft to Its own devices and can no longer di pend upon the dally support of the navy Consequently food supplies men an ammunition are to be lint thoro before September 21 Serious defects have been found In slmo ot tho warships also notably tho Condi which came out of dry dock at the end of last June and took part In tho naval maneuvers and has been stationed at Mazagan but Is now forced by tho leaka discovered In hot stern to leave Morocco and again be docked at Toulon Several other ex ampler might be cited of the perfunc tory way In which repairs are made at French navy arsenals and dock yards FOILED THE ATTEMPT To Wreck the Fast Train Out It Cost Levita His Life PILtburg Pa Stpt IThM anoth or attempt was made recently to wreck a fast train on tho Pennsylvania rail road was revealed hero through the death of Francesca Levita who re celved fatal Injuries In saving a train load of passengers Levlta who was a track walker tiled nt Irwin Pa and It Is learned that four nights ago ho found all the spikes and fish plates at a rail Joint removed lie ret about to fix up the rail as a fast train was almost due He was still at his work and bad fixed the tampered rail Joint so that tho train might pass whoa part of tho train hit him and knocked him over a high embankment Had Lcvlta not stuck to his Job the train with 300 passengers would havi been sent over the embankment- AMERICAN TARS Attacked Dyan Angry Mob of Japanese Tokyo Japan Sept 9Vhlle the United States cruiser Chattanooga was nt Hakodate on her way horo from Vladivostok lour of her men had a thrilling experience and a narrow escape from serious Injury at the hand of a Japanese mob In a dispute over prices one of tho American sailors struck a Japanese shopkeeper A mol was quickly formed who started after the assailant and his three companions two of whom were forced to swim to a sampan The police rescued the others Flames Droke Out at Press Time Charlotte N C Sept 9Flre In the ouMstory plant o1 tro Observer Co threatened the destruction of tho en tlro building Including lynotype ma chines Hoe press and completo outfit Editors and printers sending thi formsto press for the early edition were compelled to flee from the burn tog building A British Protest Antwerp Sept 9Mr HerUleot the British consul general here has formally protested against the Inadequate pro ectlon given British ships during the trlko movement Foreigners suspected of being fomentora of disorders are be inn expelled from Belgium Epidemic Grows Vienna Sept 9Thero are no slgnt ot abatement In the smallpox epl demlc During the last few days 1C6 000 persons have been vaccinated Pub lie meetings and processions have beet forbidden a t- V CAMPING OUT A Nights Outing Which Had a Thrill ing Termination Tho elder boys Irvine Ralph and Percy had Bono camping out When they drove away with tho brandnow tent the cooking dishes nnd the box The Canvas Dlew Away and Away They Went Whirling Down Hill of provisions the small brother Dos Donny and Billy felt very down hearted Indeed Never mind said mamma try Ing to comfort them You Nan neI to the Sunday school picnic weekBut Don and Denny mournfully shook their heads Wool was a Sun day school picnic compared wtth camping out In the woods You eant shoot boors at a Sunday school picnic replied Don Nor sleep outdoors at night nr cook your dinner over a eanp fire said Denny Now boys said papa between you and me I dont believe Irving or Ralph or Porgy will really shoot any boars They just think tHY wilL But I dont see why you cant have a good time camping out too You have the old tont up In the attic and It can bo pitched In the or chard I will set It up and lay a board floor tomorrow You can have 111118 lrundle bed and lie crossjrtte so that It will be wide enough for three You nary have the told wnsh bench for a table and three camp ahalrs Of course you cannot cook theta but now and then we will have a flro and get a rent camp meal Just as the other boys will plow will that dor Splondld cried Don and Denny Hilly Jumped up and down In delight Let thorn sleep out there ox claimed mamma What harm could come to thomr said papa Towsor will bo with them they will be quite sate So the tont was pitched and the happy little boys began their camp life The orchard was on a slope of land facing the southeast It was only a short distance from the house but tho foliage was to thick that you could not see the house from the orchard All day the boys played an usual but the things they did seemed differ ont from usual They did not have to keep dressed up but went barefoot all the time and wore old clothes and hats and mamma did not bother when they got soiled and torn Once when they met her and a lady caller on the garden walk she only said These boys are not ot home now they are away on a camping trip Their meals tasted different from usual also although they had tho same faro that papa and mamma ate at homo Once however papa came out and built a fire In the orchard and they broiled steak roasted eggs and toasted crackers Some way or other their dishes got cleared away and their beds made right along although they never troubled themselves about It and at bedtime mamma came Into hear their prayers and tuck them In Towser slept In tho tent door and every morning ho woke them up by lapping their faces One night they wore suddenly awak ened by a thunderclap which seemed to bo right In tho tent They clung to ono another too scared oven to cry The lightning flashed the thun amongthecanvas Tho tent was trembling Towsor was howling with all his might And then all at once there camo a terrific rush ot wind and rain their tentpole broke they wore torn from bed the canvas blow away and away they went whirling down hill What happened titan the boys woro too bewildered to knuw distinctly but Don remembered fetching up against lightninglashlittle Toweer In pursuit Then ho saw tho dancing yellow gleam of a lantern callingDoys drllggedhimmuddy although not seriously hurt Then papa carried him tj the house while Don Denny and Towsor strug gled on behind And then hero was puttlngof hot chocolate as they sat toasting J their toes before a bright wood firs d Who would have thought of such a thlngT said momma Tho sky was perfectly clear whoa I went to bod It Is tho worst thunderstorm wo have had for yoare said papa I hadnt a doubt that tho tont was safe on that southeast slope What did you think was happen Ing to you Illllyr asked lion I dont know answered Billy Towser pulled mo before I had time to catch my think- I dont care I like ciuuplng out said Don So do I said nmrnut he added nestling bask telnet Ills mothers breast I like to bo rescued too Elizabeth lull A GOOD TRICK Swinging a Glass of Water Held by Flat Piece of Cardboard We all know that when we envor a drinking glass quite full of water with a sheet of stout paper la sock a man ner that not a single bubble of ulr remain between the liquid Pod the sheet the paper will cling to the rim of the tumbler on account of tho pressure of the atmosphere closely ruoHgli to enable us to turn the glass upside down without the water being aWe to escape The following U one a plica tion ot this principle Attach a strlMi to the sister of a square of cardboard rorofsac a glass by meats of a simple knot en the In side and semrely seal Ute aperture with wax so that no air may gala OB entranceNow a the glass by MMftU of this string to a book ftcotf to UM sell Ins and you will have a pendulum that you may safety swing without Ute dan ROT of the RMM tailing the whslo day If desired The experimenter will de wall to grease the rim ot UM ISMS MI that ne Delng the Trick air will got In Another nfottutten Is to try the experiment for the first time on some unbreakable bowl or drinking eup Magloal Hxperiaeats THIS FOR YOUR FISHING TRIP You Can Make Your Bait flex Out of Lath To make this useful bait box for your fishing excursion select two pieces of lumber about eight Inches square Saw 1C pieces of lath about a foot long and nail thorn around your eightInch pleco of boartl leaving odV quarter lash spare between the laths Make tho door of two of tho laths the hinges being India rubber and a but ton of n pleco of lath and a screw like Fig 1 But In making this box be careful how you hammer the nails caution Philadelphia Ledger Look at the point und place It Just the way your The Bait DoxI 4Id JIthinkbroad ono way and not the other put the broad way across tho grain of tho wood like Fig 2 otherwise the 1 yourlathYou may generally obsorvo a taInt line running across the herod of a nail oven In tacks these llnqs run with the grain of tho wood when tho nail has been properly driven Didnt Want It InventorI have Just patented a new nlckcMnthosIot machine which I would like you to take hold of It is an entirely new design and will never get out of order- Nlckelinthoslot Capitalist Never get out of ordorT Huh No money Ir a machine like that N Y Weekly Neighbors goingmind not playing on the piano for tho next two weeks May I ask sir the reason for this extraordinary request Well you see my son wishes to get n good start with tho luteLICo The Casualties A younoticeono eye out forehead all bandaged up wnsInSecond CitizenNot old enough TWeekl Ueber die Sterne 1st Rub By Elizabeth A VOTe 7ICopyright by Joseph U Bowl Unbar die alerts let rub Uobor die atora lit rub It was the Horr Professor singing In tlio organ loft Higher nnd higher IIwuftod the musto loudor and sweeter tho rlcb tull tones of tho groat organ and tho mellow wonderful volco ot tho musician rose until the dim quaint old church was filled with the exquisite harmony Slowly and cautiously one of tho heavy oilier doors was partly opomd and a dark lovely taO looked timid ly in as the ranalo welled upward In all to sublime swtites tIM door was pushed farther ofn by a llttto brown hand and a fttffct oblldUa ARsro en tcrcd and mat softly healtalingiy up the alste- Iirsratiy DM tnrale stopped but Ihrv hlUI renAtaad kttllnc as It In a trance Tie door tadlag from the organ loft ii IId aid the musician cam stowly down humming softly to himself Aa ha came forward his eyes Ml on tls knaaHig olds d with her rapt jsjjalle tee and her won drous llftsjd em nod he Mopped short In sjj0alsa iMt- Llrbe HlMSMir he m Uard Its the face of an BBgai A Udo of ortSMM flooded the 10Iby olive face aa Ute child sprang up aad tfcraitlt Net tlwldly Pardon atrA thousand pardons she atemreared la a pelt muiaal vote tremulous with fright VThe look of wonder aad astonish tat on the good profeaaors face ohangod to one ot gentleness and pity at the little nnol oxidant tear Tful little one thou bast naught to fear am I then so great a mon liter that thou shouldst run from me Come mallchen let us see thee closer Tho child camo shyly forward and stood before the groat master who tusk her small hands In Ids own and gazed with kindly curiosity Into her tare 1 uscst a guttle little one he sad smiling Vho art thou I ft1IdJtco in this qutpt lliagueb town and IheTltfnguo la Hogllsti too but the faeeratid refoo they do not belong to an Bngllih meld How Is It Idb brutI am Onbrlelle said the child simply My father keeps tho music shop near by He Is Hnallsb bull 1 am like my mother who ts with the angels She was born over the lIalrr accounts for thy lOft voice sad dark free mS lovely aaa I thought there was southern Mood In tby velna And thou wert listen Ing to the musleT Perhaps thou wuuldst like to loom thyself The child drew In her breath quick ly and clasped her hands spasmod ically In the emotion that suddenly swept over her Ah If I might she crlod It I only might nut there Is none to teach and I can do nothing but sing and that not at home for It makes my father sad My mothor sang and he Is always remembering So you sing then little one let us hear you Come do not bo afraid sing 8oraethlngjrou know well He had somehow expected to hoar an Unusual voice but nothing like what hd did hear as ther dllldtliroW bactf her Ticadiifoudly and trfirwWf clear voice swelled upward the pug ity rend richness of Its exquhdto tones thrilled tbo great master and filled hlmi with wondering nstonlhmel1t It It wonderfuUhe ojcSWfmdilSs tho vwpot voice aRAl away and Cab riel etopd flushed And tremblinG be for L him My child you are blest of no saints your voice Is perfect You will have tho world at your feetI want only to bo able to play tho great organ and sing as you do Shall layer bo able to sing the song you sang just now- Certainly and many much more tbatd teach mo sir faltered aabrlellb My father has no money Wo shall see to that little one we shall see to all that such a volco must not be lost to the world Tell me whero you live and I will sop the father about IfG- abrielto directed him and then with tho Impulsiveness born of her hot southern blood she raised his xt hand to her lips and covered It with kisses Tho great German master had como to this little out nf tho way English i town some weeks before for the pur polo of resting lie had steered clear I of hotels and boarding houses though prlmltlvofono own I countrymen Karl Hansel a music c teacher who soon ascertained who hidguest was and was not a little 6r roiul of the distinction of having lhg4 famous Herr Professor to use own words under his roof Ho aimthIm after Karl Hansels example as Urn Herr Professor nut nav tho time for his departure was at han- drand be made haste to seo Qnbricllos father bolero ho went away He iUd nol long hcsltato in giving Ills consent that his little daughter receive a musical education She was to study during tho winter and sunimarltrUr KarJHanstJl and then when autumn comes again said the master smiling I shall como for her and take her to the Fatherland Wo will make a great singer of then lelbohon springCabriolletutor was full of pride at her prog Tees Jut when the hot days of sum mar came she began to droop tho slender form grow thin and tho rosy nyandbyher lessons Poor little Gabrlellel it soon became apparent lo all who saw her that she would never sing for the world Yetlet me change Il rich Gabrielle she would sing not for the world but for tile angels She lingered on until winter growing weaker every day but making no complaint save weariness I Am so tired she would any to tired She never oomplolnad of aught DIN gee had but one wish To hear the song ot the Herr Pro steer and He tho raaater beta to she died Out Karl 1Ausol did not know exactly his whereabouts III though h wrote him occasionally to learn of the progress ot his protege sad for three moaths he had beard nothing ef Ids although ho wroto of the childs falling strength I am so tlradr she would err and 1 cannot rest Sing mo the song of the Herr Professor I cannot rest till I have heard ItI Chive ablld her heartbroken wblte hatred father would ory you break ny heart alas there Is no ono Child Child You Break My Heart who knows ItIf you could but ro mcmhor the name Thoro canto a day In the early autumn when with tearful eyes the friends ot little Gabrlollo gathered around her couch Tim little life was fast ebbing out Tull tho Herr Professor she whip pered JIIsL then a elepwahhheard without tho door opened and tho master stood on the threshold Gab rlolfes oleegcbw radiant and n she alle1chitdodt her iltlldllhln hands rIll the Herr Prot esorlalto dried joyfully The next instant ho bad crossed over and knelt by her couch an4 tak lag the llttlo feeble hands pressed thorn to big breast Lolbchon lamklnl beloved ohlldl ho cried Acht mtln Qottt but It Is cruel Sing mo tho song you sang in the church dear Herr Professor she begged I have waited so long to hear It again and I nm so tired ah so very Ured and I cannot rest Then tho master raised his powerful voice Its richness mingled now with a solemn tenderness Ueber die sterno lit ruh ho sang againsang as ho never sang It be fore as ho would never sing It again and tho dying Gabrlcllo listened with parted lips while Into hcrwcary dark eyes thoro stolo a sweet teat ful peace Ueber die sterna lit run she repeated feebly What dons It mean Herr Professor Over tho stars Is thy rest Bald the master solemnly nest for tboe little aabrlolle Abu it Is for mel for mo the song Is made cried Gobriellc smiling weakly I am so Ured butover tho slara Tho sentence was finished In heaven vhoro she bad found rest at last They laid her gently back and led tho sorrowing father away then the groat musician bowed his head and wept over tho llttlo lifeless form Ach memo lelbo kind ho murmured thou art lost to tho world but perhaps It is best thou wert not In tended for earth thy volco It was lent thoo by tho angels In ono corner of the country churchyard Is a little grassgrown mound marked by nn unusually handsome headstone When it attracts notice the villagers say Yes It camo from over the seas tho great master sent It from Lclp Bio and tho stranger stopping to read sees the simplo inscription Galirlcllo Ueber die sterna let rruh MUSLIN WINDOWS NOW HERE Their Use In Dairy Darns May Help to Prevent Tuberculosis rho experiment of using muslin cur tains In placo of window glue which has proved so successful In poultry houses all over the country Is now being extended to dairy hams The problem of ventilation has long been one which dairymen IMT found difficult toBOlvo says Suburban Life Tho new plan Is tho acme of aim plicity Several windows are removed and replaced with frames over which common muslin cloth has been slightly stretched Experiments have shown that oven In the coldost weather the tempera turo of the stable Is lowered only two or throe degrees by the use of theme curtain windows while the hems aotu ally have seemed very much warmer This result is duo to tM fact that the air Is kept dry Where this plan bas been adopted the cattle have shown less evidence of suffering from the cold and the at Undanls have admitted that the barns hav been more comfortable places In which to work than when the glass windows were In ue Jt le tbe excess of moisture In the air which causes the feeling of dampness and drill which prevail In many dairy barns Although the outside air Is able to pus through tho muslin It la almost Impossible for anyone standing three feet away to detect Itl eatraaoe It Is possible that the Introduction of a system at this kind will do much to prevent the spread of tuberculosis among eattK Ponltryuwn have found that whereas under the old system of using glass windows lad keeping the house as warm as possible fowls were frequently afflicted with colds and elm liar troubles where the muslin cur- taIn system line been adopted tho birds are much moro free from such complaints and It Is expected by advo cates of the now system that there will bo similar beneficent results in the caso of dairy oattlu Deserter Became Famous Observatory houo Slough where Prof A S Herschel FRS has Just died might never have existed had It not boon for tbe uhnurtlal spirit of a certain bandsman In tho Hanoverian guards a century and a half ago who appreciated his calling so little that he deserted and camo to England At Dath ho obtained an appointment as organist n post which loft him so much spare tlmo that ho made himself a telescope and with It In 1781 die covered Uranus George HI at once made him his private astronomer and built tho Slough observatory In return of which tho astronomer named tho new planet Georges star a name never accepted outside England and long since discarded At Slough the kings astronomer mado many notable discoveries was created Sir William Horaehol In 1816 and died four years lator Westmin stet Gazette Is Love Influenced by Dress Ono would hardly think that such a beautiful passion as love could be In fiuenced by such a sordid affair as dress yet the fact remains that Is so In many cases The neat tidily dressed woman Is admired by all men who know her they are attracted to her by reason other artistic skill In dressing A young man is delighted to bo seen In her company for It enhances his own rep utation Does It not demonstrate that ho has good taste In the choice of say a sweetheart A young fellow docs like to see his sweetheart turn up to meet him on an evening neatly garbed It not only In creases respect but love for her and It young women will take a word of advice they will always see to it that they aro perfect In every detail so far as dressing goes before setting out to keep appointments with lovers Larboard and Starboard Larboard was formerly used to designate the left side ot a ship Just as starboard is used today for tho right side In 1845 the British ad miralty changed larboard to port In order that the word should not bo confused with starboard Star board Is commonly explained as stccrboard since In the old Norso days when the steering was done with an oar it was on the right side that tho steersman stood on his elevat ed platform Lnr Is supposed to represent lower tho nonsteerlng side being the lower or humbler But the Italians explain the word as questa borda and Quella borda this side and faat aide Port Is connected with port to carry Need for Paper Money Fifty thousand dollars Is needed to pay certain government expenses In Guam and tho request has been made that tho money bo sent In paper form not in coin Tho natives it hits been found on receiving money In coin bury It and go without tho necessi tics of life whllo having In some In stances n goodly pot of treasure se curely burled In the ground They do not thus value paper money and It Is hoped that the natives will now ex pond their wages keep money In clr cuhxtlon and at tho same time Im prove their mode of living A Guess Pa said Willie thoughtfully I think I know now what tho minister meant when ho said Ills moro blessed to glvo than to receive Yes replied his pa well what did ho meanT Castor oil Philadelphia Press TEA INSTEAD OF WHISKY What la Being Done In England to Lessen Liquor Drinking Tea gardens aro established wherever possible prizes arc offered for tho prettiest bestkept premises and luncheons and tons are served to motorists and cyclists In bright cozy rooms entirely separated from the bar A decided difference Is made as to tho accommodations In the bar and those In the refreshment rooms tho former plain and clean but not attractive tho latter adorned with pictures and flowers blooming In window boxes and furnished with plenty of lItto tablet and comfortable chairs Dud In many canes dally papers on file Sales of liquor have fallen oft while tea coffee end food are sold in large quan titles It is found that oven those who have been In the habit of tip pling will ardor tea and coffee read ily when tho cost Is tho same and tho substitutes are really good Eight gallons of too have been sold In ono house before breakfast In another where only intoxicants had formerly been sold luncheons and teas were served to 720 persons during the first five months of company management Quaint oldfashioned names for the Inns have been retainedsuch as the Royal Oak Hare and Hounds nod Lion Green Man Norfolk Item Rose and Crown Hose and Portcullis the Plumo of Feathers otc Profits front tho solo of liquor says tho Craftsman have paid for improved lighting water supply drinking fountains district nurses Infirmaries school funds libraries baths and small parks In ono little town a bowling green for the pleasure of the villagers who are fond of the oldtime but still popular gamo of bowls Is supported entirely from the profits of the publichouso WHAT WORLDDRINKS Britain Shown to De at the Top of Drinkers Some Interesting facts aro brought to light In a statistical abstract Issued by tho board of trade of the city of London England showing how tho various nations of tho civilized world compare with each other In their con sumptlon of alcoholic beverages The latest figures available are those for 1905 and they show the total amount of wIno boor and spirits con sumed In tho Drltlsh emplro and 14 foreign countries The following table shows the con sumption per head In gallons of the populations ot the principal countries In 1905 SpiritsUnitedAustralia 113 127 OW Canada 84 010 094 United Btatei 118 035 12S Germany 263 161 143 110Illutsla Lei 095 The following table shows the con sumption In 1891 14 years prevl ously SpiritUnitedAustralia 117 103 113 Canada 38 011 074 United States 111 OM 124 Germany 233 057 LC3 Belgium 332 090 167 Franco 45 2100 L88 Russia 070 083 The value of tho return chiefly con slats In Its leading to further examina tion It will be observed that the return Is In gallons and a gallon ot spir- Its consumed does not favor comparl son with a similar quantity In beer Must Be Sober The employes of tho Lehigh Valley railroad must hereafter live sober temperate lives Orders have been Is sued whereby each employe from con ductors down will be compelled to attach their signatures to a document stating that they had taken a temper ance pledge and would not uso liquor In any form hereafter Just how the order will bo received by tho en glneers conductors and brakemen Is a question but ono of the railroaders In discussing tho cold water move stated that ho considered tho order a good one and would prove beneficial to the company and its employee One of tho officials of tho company stated that ho was unable to understand why a man upon whom rests tho lives and safety of thousands could oven think of indulging In any habits that might tend to Injure his mental capacity Chargeable to Drink Reports from last year show that In Montrose England 60 per cent of the persons dealt with by the police were under tho Influence ot liquor when they committed tho olleusc Sheriff Balllte of Hawick says Drink Is one of tho greatest curses of the country But for drink thero would bo very lit tlo crime Throughout tho United Kingdom from 50 to 84 per cent of offenders arrested were either drunk 01 had been drunk when the offense was committed Plan Fight on Saloon Tho Young Mens Christian associa tion leadors of Philadelphia are plan fling to fight tho saloon by tho establishment of worklngmens clubs and s centrally located luuch room at which meals can bo secured for 15 cents while wagons will convey becrlosi lunches to stores and factories throughout the center et the city 1956 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Vill You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and Jbo common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing IHblo Handvroift Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brlclcwurk Farm Management Printing Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and EarnIACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young parson for an honorable nod useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course 10 that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as taU and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S And 4 year courses with Latin Car man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 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 Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches uecca nary for State certificate MUSIC Sinking tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra foes Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re colved from students la paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may ho sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In 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 win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Seertarx before coming secure extra employment so S to earn from CO cents to one dollar aweokP- ERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varji with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate 4i the boat but as itudonts must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes we necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet nUclei work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extra 1139 a week In the fall and 150 In winter Foe room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week tn tall and spring CO coots In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit an guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and to returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for ogre of school buildings hospital library otc Students pay nothing for tuition or IIiMieHo- ftcacbonall our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee formost students is 500 a term S400 in lower Model Schools JGOO In courwa with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and room rent by tho term board by tho han term Installments are M follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day IJ10B Including 1101 deposit middle of term 94L- WINTER12 week 2900la one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 dpoalt middle ot term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by perllllo before tbe end of a term receive rack tor money advanced On board is full except that ao allowance ts made for any fracMon of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any traction of a month On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the atodat tooeply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It le within trot terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month J IT PAYS TO STAY When yea have made your Joursxey and are will started In school It pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY ot the fall term h September 11 1807 4 For laformatloa or friendly advise write to a Besretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY L That Premium Knife takes iXeyea of the sea load boys who tee It The eooalala people like a good thing when they see It and ie get a 78 cent knife with two bladee of rasor steeland a dollar paper that fa worth morajo the mountain people than an7 other dollar pip la the worldThe Knife mid The Citfew for One Dollar I That brings Is wWadptlow all the tlm SM tall p sale lilt oa page 7 T r r0- t l jTHE HOME I Tho Revival of Handicraft in America lly Sin Jennie Iftier IIIIL The above heading is the title of a bulletin published some three years ago by the Bureau of Commerce and Labor In it are describee the various centers in the United States where the oldfashioned hand work is still kept up not from necessity as it once was but as an artistic effort Before steam and electricity had been harnessed and put to work allcloth had to be made by hand so that the family might be clothed Now the cloth woven by hand is made not from necessity but for its beauty as wolf as use The artist uses her loom shuttle as the painter uses his brush Tho coverlet or rug is her canvas on which she is to put nil the thought care skill and love of beauty she possesses That this interest in handwork is not merely a passing fad is shown by the people who are at the head of it The artists clubs of the country are holding exhibitions at which such wearings as are thought worthy by a committee of their members and exhibited with their paintings Berea College has for a number of years sent the work done in Eastern Kentucky to these exhibitions aud we have never yet had a piece rejected by the committee The full and oarly spring are the usual times for holding these exhibitions and I am busy now getting our best things ready to send Our work will be the best we have over had for all who brought woavings this year have tried to do their best and very beautiful that best has been To show you what an opportunity there is for our girls who are BO fortunate as to have mothers or grandmothers who are famous weavers I must tell you of two letters I have just received One is from a lady in Louisville who wishes to come to Berea to learn to weave so that she may make beautiful and lasting things for herself and may earn money by their solo The other letter is from a lady in Massachusetts andshe asks receipts for coloring with bark and vegetable dyes She says My young daughter 13and myself have taken up weaving as a means of live lihood and because we are very much interested in it from both an artistic and utilitarian view We have begun to do very creditable work Will you tell me where wool can be obtained to weave blankets f I embroid ered two pairs of handwoven ones with the Colonial Rose receiving for for the four covers 800 They were handsome and I should like to weave and embroider a pair If these people can be artists and make money with the loom when they have to learn plain weaving from written directions what a chance our girls of Eastern Kentucky art neglecting Start that loom I THE SCHOOL I I Problems of tho District School its Prof vlnamore Part 4Th School In Progress 6 Care of Health Gymnastics So important a matter as the health of the children must not be overlooked A teacher is not expected to know as much us or have the skill of a physician but ho should know a few aimple things about the care of the body and have skill enough to bindup a cut or a burn Coughs and colds are very common but should not be neglected They are usually caused by wet feet or sitting in an exposed place after vigorous exercise Children havo but little judgment in avoidlnffcolds The teacher must shoulder the responsibility and use his for their protection A wise tenohor is as oareful of his school as a mother hen is of her brood Ho must see that they are not unduly exposed to wet and cold on the playground nor allowed to sit in draughts or with wot stockings in the school room that they are well wrapped and have their coats buttoned and shawls pinned before leaving the school house on badevenings The surroundings must belooked after The well may need cleaning Impure water is a common source of sickness Does surface water get into the well If so it must be prevented The wall must be built up about the mouth of the well and all surface water drained away The casing should be tight so that no frog or rat or rabbit can get in It should be kept covered to prevent leaves or other floating matter from dropping in Are there any stagnant pools about f If so they are a menace to the health They should bo drained or filled up Is there any decaying f vegetation about It is probably more dangerous than the stagnant poole Every bit of decaying matter should be gathered upland burned Tho closets should be as far from the well as possible should have deep vaults and should be disinfected with ashes every day if possible but certainly once a week Lime is the ideal disinfectant but is not often obtainable Contagious diseases are also to be guarded against If a child shows signs ofanyof thb common diseases such as measles whooping cough or mumps he should be kept at home If it is a falsn alarm he may return as soon an it is so diaoovered If it is a real case nil care should be taken to keep it from spreading and he should not return until a physician has passed upon it and has seen that needful precautions in the way of fumi gating have been attended to Of all the diseases in this climate typhoid fever is perhaps the most to be dreaded Physicians are practically agreed that it cornea from in fected wells or pools or streams and unless cue is exercised oue person may take it from another The teacher because of bis position as instructor may warn the pupils and thru them the parents to exercise the great est care in regard to the drinking water They should be instructed to keep surface water out of their ae11m to see that cisterns are filtered and kept clean aud not to use any stagnant water for drinking and cooking If any one takes the disease the hest physician available should be em ployed and the persons in charge should know that the main thing in a typhoid fever case is careful nursing under the dirtctiou of the physician The best safeguard against maladies of every sort in to be in a good state of health continually We can keep ourselves well and strong if we I will only obey the laws of health Here in where the teachers duty comes I in Health is of the first importance and whatever can be done to promote the health of the children in particular and the neighborhood in goners is clearly his work Whatever power the teacher has to better tM conditi one fur healthfulness just to that extent he is responsible for the health of the neighborhood That this duty may be discharged he should among other things drill the pupils thoroly iu the following simple rules of health The first rule is KEEP CLEAN This means far more than keep ing the body clean tho it certainly includes that It wens oleau eur roundings and that means clean rooms clean beds dead food clean utensils of every sort clean drinking water clean fields It mean that no vegetable or animal matter must be left to decay in heaps to poison the air Piles of rotted old boards decaying old shoes or old clothes thrown out all these and similar things are filth and should be burned up Dirt is a matter out of place and according to that definition everything that has not use or beauty or that is not growing into use or beauty is dirt Cleanliness means that all vermin must be kept away Rats mice and every other kind of vermin create filth and carry contagion and are a mo naco to health If we would bo clean wo must be free from them Manure heaps must not be allowed to gather near the house nor be left unpro tected anywhere Boards of Health compel citydnellers to keep their premises clean but people living in the country are often careless aud cue ease and death result Filthy cellars are a common source of disease Potatoes and other vegetables are allowed to rot in heaps mould grows riotously in dark damp corners and the air is polluted Such places are tho natural breed ing place of disease germs The only safo thing is to keep out every ves tige of dirt keep the cellar thoroly aired and on dryas any other part of the house Unless it can bo kept so it better not to have any cellar Personalcleanliness is an art that is acquired by instructions and practice until it becomes a habit of life as necessary to comfort and hap piness as food and air It is not inherited Children must be taught to keepclean hands and faces to bathe regularly to keep foreign substances from the finger nails to remove particles of food from the teeth lest by de caying there they rot the teeth cause bad breath and endanger the health The wise and tactful teacher will find plenty to do in teaching this rulo of cleanliness and seeing that it is observed by himself and his pupils Continued Next Week i r r wN gtrewrkw v WITH THE CANDIDATES Mr Willson Having Successful Trip In Mountains Bryan to Help Out Mr Hager Beckham Takes the Stump There has been a general starting up ot the campaign all over the state this lost weok The Hon Augustus a Willson the Republican candidate for governor has been speaking to great crowds In the mountains and the lion S W Hager the Democratic oandldato has been trying hard to offset his growing lpulnrJtyIMr Willson spoke Friday at Harlnn and was cheered to the echo by a crowd that had come miles to hear him and that contained many Democrats Ills clear exposition of the tax situation and the ohanoe for taller U- Dder a Republican administration evi dently won many votes Not ISM than 6000 people heard him at Jack son Monday and ho was loomed In a way that left no doubt of tho sym pathy of his hearers In tho meantime Mr Hagers dos perato efforts to make some impres sion in the mountains have not been encouraging oven to his best friends and It has been necessary to extend the tour planned for W J Bryan the twice defeated candidate for president to holp the Democratic candidate out Mr Bryan will make six important speeches in tho state and a largo number from the special train on which ho will travel It is probable that ho will bo accompanied by Mr linger Senator McCreary and Urey Woodson This was described at a Sunday war council In Louisville when the plan of defense was discussed Gov Dcckbara began his formal campaign for Senator on Monday speaking at Columbia Leading Republicans at Lexington took steps to see that there would bo- no Illegal Democratic votes oast in that city this fall Dr Don L Bruuor Republican oaR didate for Secretary of State made a fine opening of his campaign at Mc Keo Jackson County on Monday He will speak at BooRvllle BoaUyrllle Campton Pronchburg Stantoe and Mt Sterling this week and will make a three weeks trip IB Ute monnUlBS He is in fine spirits and sure of a Republican victory this fall The LoHlsrille Time says that Gov Taylors wise refusal to reestct- he state is due to agtnitjraonsctenee Leis see plow many trials of Caleb Powers ooadueted under the present ruler of the stats says bean declared unfair by Ute states highest court Three Isnt It Mr Taylor ought to- Me from this that he will be well takes care ot If he walks Into the governors power The Rev Mr Hunt ham had the man liaise to retract the false statements he made about Mr Wlllson Next Some one at Frankfort has tried to start a boom for Senator McCreary fo VIoePrestdent Anyone hear It Judge Alton B Parker the Demo craft candidate fOr President three years ago appears to have made an I excellent Constitutional address as president of tbe American Bar Associ ation at Portland Me It was a pro test spinet further concentration of national power Unfortunately for its Influence however Judge Parker has established business relations with corporate interest of such an extent and character aa to impair the confided of those masses of the people who naturally suspect the good faith of lawyers when they discuss in pub lie legal contrerersiee Involving tbe financial Interests of their clients The Public REWARD will be paid to lemon returning to Mrs Hudson at Dr Cow lejs house a coat she lost between there and the postofflce Notice to AdvertlsersITho great tion of Tho I makes tho paper cost us more and at the same time gives advertisers In our columns much greater advantages has made it necessary for us to increase tho pro of nil kinds of advertising Tho now rates will go Into effect on Oct 1 Advertisers now having con tracts with The Citizen will not bo af conlraetIinsertion advertisements taken after that date will bo at the higher price The Increase hoyvover will not be so large but that The Citizen will still remain the beet advertising medium at the tutee charged in Eastern Icon tuoky Live Stock Market Louisville Sept 10 Rxtra good steers 16 =676 lI steers 176 636 f0 6 36- Fhlr toS86 4 10 Common to medium do a 36 8kb Clioloe butcher helfora 4 4to Fair to good do do 8 80 4 Odin to IDM ilo do 8 8 60 Oholoe butcher cows 8 60 4 Fair to good du do 8 U co Com to mwl do do 2 toyCanners 1 26 Chums feeders 4 4 60 Med to good do 4 4 36 Coin rough do 8 60 4 Hood to ext stock steers 4 436 Fair to good do do B 60 4 Com to do do 2 76 I 26 load to ex stock letters R I 60 Com to toed do do 2 BO 8 HOI to extzn oxen 4 5 5 4 76 Com to met do 3 4 Good to extra bulls 8 36 8 60 Fair to good bulls 2 16 8 76 Choice veal calves 0 0 60 Coarse heavy carve 2 60 8 60 Choice intloli cows 36 40 Coin to mIMI do do 25 SO Plain common do do 10 20 uoos Choice p A b 200800 lb 0 20 Medium packers ICO to 200 Ibu 0 66 Light shippers 120 to 100 Ibs 0 76 6 BO 0 76- LIghtplfWfcOtoOOlba 5 00 660 1tough to 8 60 6 40 SHEEP AND Lions Good to oh fat sheep 4 M 460 Fair to good sheep 360 4 3ft Common sheep 300 S 00 Docks 700 725 Choice butcher lambs 4 00 4 76 Culls sad tallend 2 10 4 M rHOOOO- BKggs ita per let Batter U to Ue per Ib Poultry =Spring chickens small lie per Ik large lie twos WHto lie ducks small young lOa old Sc turkeys 7c PUBLIC SALB Having takes charge of HaseMon Bros bante s bmlaiss la Lancaster Ky I will on Saturday Sept 38 107 sell to the highest bidder on the pretn Its my two bosses and lots lying on the seat side of Main strut Kirks villa Ky Lot No1 contains almost tae acre with a good two story sits room frame residence In good repair rood well eoalbouae chicken house eta ble and corn crib Lot No 1 contains om acre sad 16 poles with a the room home also turner shop About 91 MTB in fruits apples peaches pears plums and grapes This Is a good location tor a harness maker and la a good quiet neighborhood Klrksvllle is a thriving ned prosper one village with a population of 190 It Is located on a Ugh ridge above any malaria tea miles south at IUcIt1- DOD4 Madison county aad tour mit- efromLNRR ItIalochop tIeD village nod for sobriety sal fBtlaaity enact be excelled It has four churches use beak two general merchandise sutra two blacksmith shops two undertakers oaf two doetofs Terns Oahalt cash sad opsbait In two equal payments with 0 percent interest from day ot sale till paid- Bile to commence at 10 a m L Q BanfocU W P Prewttt Auctioneer Kirk ville or Berea Ky L J troo o+ oo+O + oFe oiADDING 4 o jiI We are constantly adding new accounts and our i business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is i o our purpose to I Deal Justly and Liberally With All II 0 + Your Account Solicited I o i INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 0 oF + 0- THEf 0 o 01 + 0- I Berea National Bank J i Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 0- o S E WELCH President J L GAY Cashier 1 +o+OolOolo +o+o+o+oo+o+o+o +oo +oo+o+o+o +o+Oo+o+oolo+o 01 i i 1 i I f OO awt OO X I AM THE MAN WHO y SELLS THE LANDIW Town property in tersva and arm TO priM Now Is tho tlmo to suave inotioy ifi I now have wmiH excellent value in vv I have one fnnn well locnhtlunllllIllIl6 tom Isud a hue on It sow good well anti lyiiiK along besitls county rend mid rulirouu wliioh hnIUOdIthe small slim of 1700 vlil- for I hove niiother tract of land containing ISO norm of flt gniw land 40 norm bottom land This land ordinarily 011 from 150 to t76llfr awe I can sell you this excellent t fund now for t161Mr none Now IH your time for n lilnegnvM I Imve r beautiful property In llereiv now for sale I COtIti building lots In the Went situ yt unsold price MOO acre In pooh lot itour lute three eottttJiMi in the West end Iota containing In acts 1 en sell you any one of these Iota at f 160 each These evidently the be bargains you will have for n nice home in ways soon JrOOtliREAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT OO abait AW41tse urea4acha eO tf 4ebaL swaaawsua- WTHE VARIETY STOREg K- v Keep your eye on na and dont fall to visit our store Rnduoka through We are located in IIUANNAMAN ItOOM MAIN HT GROCQRIESAaA f rightKeeptBAKER OARRINOTON HAIL STEEL CUT COFFEE h The best going tonic for 1 Pound ann Try IU sAWesoil l6d FLOURAo d to give aattifneUon E- K When you want fine Hour give It a trial V Yours lUwjieetfully Sj R R HARRIS PROP 5j Agent for Navon Laundry basket sent ovary Tuesday1e- k4Yttrieitieela9aia K 1MA444l4 7saassais3ssyWkY ay k xaateB I Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest sad largest room In busyhousewifefrom tight rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks Just as ii oat as any Mater mode It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thottmutd are being sold Theumeedsof housekeeper are ouUtuetaMic The Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it lest for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Dos 2745 RICHMOND VA IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Mode r More Than 25000 in Prizes A Slate Fait ribbon bn tbe backing ol ihs Commonwealth at Kentucky Its a trophy with a a al aside Iron the money that accompanies Lowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I Come sad Into all the Ittti acllhe attendance will be swelled to the mack HIked tigwe a quarter million In six great days See our sew gresaea sad aew ImiUIat oostlaf 1375064 tied and oecet 4c nisMSHfc eihMtlra barwi laiieil lral lug track in the wield M TreMiaf Faeftaf taanb Races BHyl Aa amumestprvr u deeg war 15 thuuM vi iprn united with aa oabOeNfe pip aever heir eeNs- apld1sEPT16z119oz LOUISVILLE Copt Knibeniboe la his passengercarrying alnhlp the marvel ol the century wllh dally Illfhis sad a night ride In the air guided by a searchlight Balloon racet the most exciting ol aerial sports sad a captive balloon Sensational acrobatic acts tree each dayl And the world greatest llrlng color pIe of amusement eater Bflset Pales famous Manhattan Beach lire works sad the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption ol Vesuvius actual repredaclloa ollbe awe inspiring calamity ol 1906 gives aJghU1a In front ol the grand stand Three concerts dally by Nattello and his premier Wad ol lilly artists from the Land ol Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created br the leatacky Legislature sad Is gives vader tile auspices of the Keatacky State loud ol Agrlcallsre Write lor catalogue sad Ulithaled descrisUrs kook I8 E HUGHES Secretary LoahrlUe to to I TWELVE DIE IH WRECK ROCK ISLAND EXPRESS TRAIN CRASHES INTO A FREIGHT DOZEN OTHERS INJURED Horrible Accident at Norris laSmoking Car of Passenger Is Telescoped and Utterly Demolished Waterloo la Twelve persons wcro killed and 12 others Injured In the wreak ot on sxpreM train on the hook Island railroad nt Norris la Friday Tbo oornress train which was north bound lumped tho track while going nt full speed and collided with n freight train standing on tho siding Tho dead P II Oliver Waterloo la Will Goodman Waterloo la John N Watson Waterloo la C I Lnndphore Shell nook la W Hay Johnson Dike IB n R Christy Minneapolis Milan Lepovan Tojn Hammond 1tt laborer name un known Hammond la W II Meyers bag agaaa Ilarllnsjlon la throe unknown men The Injured J A Newell Illinois Central eondKlor Waterloo la John Slaw Waterloo la Dr C J Keefcs Marble neck IlL J 11 Doug lee Waterloo la Thomas Hvenson Mora Minn 01L Martin mall clerk West Liberty la Rdward Stonplerre Minneapolis Minn Troooln Crlnnten SL Paul Minn II McMnhon fireman Cedar Hapttn la Albert Mnwn on gineer Cedar Raivlds la A L Wolll 1 vor lineman Cedar Ilaplds la F I i Klnoh engineer Cedar Rapids Iii Tho injured were brought to Wa terloo and placed In the Presbyterian hospital Victims In Smoker Nearly all ot the dead and Injured were In the smoking oar which was Immedtatoly behind tho baggago and mall oars The snaking oar was completely demolished The northbound express was ten minutes late at Nerds siding which is a wall sulfas three miles north of Cedar Fan la sad hew a seuth bound freight twin was awaiting tike ezprse which came thundering nlonc nt a terra c speed In an effort to make up time Crashed Into Freight Train t Just as tho engine of tM express- was about to plats the freight Maine t1M tmehn ot the express lumped Ute track mad UM nctee oraaheil wttk terrible farce inln UW aelae of the tItwreaking both onctaes and toleecnctac the bares and trail ran sad demolishing the smoking ear- Th iiansfuisrs In the two day coaches following the smoker osenned with only a ftotmU uliaklnc op- IlMCMr r6n lMM4MlMlnlr at head to Bare far the injured and to take tbe dead frcnt among tho wreckage Dr Keefe Heroism BlUm in the midst of the wiWCann was Pr fbarles J Keefe who at though Lutiy Injured little realised r how 8 Muuly he was hurt With herds f iitud while suffering in tense ruin IK wared the rescuers N aside an i iitTiod them to Ute assist aance it iiii whom he Utotifht were In a K ions condition than him self f q flout of him sad behind him on an skips were men writhing sad gi auiog In the agony of their sufferings Physician and hospital attendants were hastily taken to Norris on n ape 1c vial train hide up In this city 118111 pending their amt such medial re loaf n the little station afforded was given the Injured DEANNTEN HOTEL FIRE Serious Lots of Life In Oleaster at Shelton Wash Taooma Wash Ton poisons are 5h mown to bavo lost their lives In the burning of the Webb hotel at Sholton J50 miles from here early Thursday a morning Another person Is dying and yet others may bo round In the ruins Tho tiro was discovered about 140 In tho morning It had started In UIO lightedrI dropped room t ffTho hotel was a thrco story structure top Moor was occupied by lodgers but the exact number la not known Within a few minutes of tho tlmo tho fire was discovered alto hotel was a mass of flames Screams and cries l for help wore coming from almost t every window and dozens ot people risked their own lives to help bring out tho unfortunates Those in tho supper stories woro cut off from tho stairway and seven or eight jumped from the windows before help could reach thorn from tho outside New Yellow Fever Gates In Cuba Wellington Two now cases ot yellow favor In Cuba woro reported to the war department Thursday by Chits Surgeon Taylor ono at CIcnfuegoR and ouo at Campo Flor idol Doctor Accused Manslaughter I y Loporte IndWallerW Nichols whoso wife died Monday night be cause of alleged lack of attention from c Dr Charles Moore of Rolling Prairie Bworo out a warrant Friday against the physician charging manslaughter Boil was placed at 0000 rMay Burn Frisco Hospital San Francisco Tho booed of health Friday recommended to tho board of supervisors that tho city and county hospital which has sheltered a yam ber of plague cases boburned Sr FARMERS SHOULD BUY COAL DIG STOCKS HAVE DEEN SHIPPED INTO NORTH DAKOTA Commissioner Lane Finds Railway Are Doing Their Part to Avert Another Fuel Famine St Paul Franklin II Lane ot Ito Interstate commerce commie sion Is In St Paul conferring with representatives of wostorn railroad lines In respect to the coal and grain transportation situation and the pos sible repetition of the shortage and car congestion of a year ago The com mlsslonur desires to acquaint himself In advance with tho probable short ages In coal or cars Commissioner Lano Thursday hold a conference with President Louis W 11111 W II Begg and W W Ilrough ton of tho Great Northern railway From statements made by tho railway tHen tho situation in respect to tho coal supply lu North Dakota seemed to be that an extra largo amount of coal bal been transported over tho Croat Northern road to the retail cool dealers ot North Dakota towns and olds but this largo supply has not been purchased by the farmers As to about 90 per cent of the re tall coal dealers it appears that they have enlarged their shod capacity and have stocked up to the limit and will I not at present handle any more coal In Montana Idaho and eastern Washington the situation Is lees hope fill There Is an liMllsetlon ct heavy ship taunts of coal direct from Duluth to the west From the testimony offered by tho Groat Northern railway men and from conclusions reached by Commissioner Lane It would seem that tho situation would be relieved greatly If tho farm on would stock up with coal now rather than wait until later In tho seasonThe commissioner expects to remain here about throe days and on Friday will bear representative of tho North ern Pacific FIVE YEARS FOR LOUIS GLASS San Francisco Telephone Man Is Sen tensed for Bribery rSell Francisco Hive years for Louis Glass was UM news mes sage that typed with Incredible rapid- Ity to aM parts ot the city Wednesday stag from Uw Tempi Sherith Israel at CeHforats and Webster streets where WM Imposed the nil Janee that brought to a dramatic close the second trial of the vie president sad former general manager of the l oiM Telephone and Telegraph comp eoarteted last week of the crime of bribery a crime whose ex trem pvntshment under the law of this state Is 14 years Only a malt crowd wade up for the most part of lawyers sad newspaper men witnse ed the Imposition of sentence After isle attorney had applied for and been grunted a 0 day arrest of judgment within whose oxplrotioQ they will apply for Nil and begin tie prosecution of an appeal Mr Glass was removed by the sheriff to the ooonty JaR The crime for which Louis Glass WM sentenced to San Quentin and of which he maintains life innocence was the bribing of Supervisor Thomas V Lonergan In the sum of 1000 to vote against the application of the Home Telephone comonnr for a franchlKn In this city DIG FAILURE ON CHANGE Watton G Co Grain and Stocks Forced to Wall Now Yorft Tho fnllitr9 of Watson Co members of the New York Stock aud Produce ojrchangos and of the Chicago Hoard of Trade was nn nounced In those exchanges Thursday No OOUBO was assigned for the failure nor was any estimate df the liabilities and assets made public The firm has had extensive connec lions In the west maintaining offices In Duluth Minneapolis Fargo and Winnipeg It Is said to havo carried on ono ot tho biggest grain broker age businesses In tho country besides trading actively In railroad stuck particularly those of tho Great North ern and Northern Pacific railroads Tho members of the firm nro Louis T Watson hoary P Watson Charles E Anderson and Horscholl V Jones Louis T Watson Is the only member of tho firm residing In this city tho others being residents of Minneapolis Falluro Follows Trolley Wreck Mattoon Ill Following tho wreck last Friday that resulted in the loss of 17 lives tho Mattoon City Rail way company and the Central Illinois Traction company owned by Chicago stockholders Including Judgo Peter S Grosscup of tho United States circuit court Thursday went Into the hands of a receiver The bill filed says that the companies are unable to sleet their debts Snow Avalanche Buries Fifty Santiago Chill Fifty persons are said to have been burled alive by a vast avalanche of snow that obliter flied the Chilian custom house at Jun cal This station Is on tho Argentine frontier high up In tho Andes Failure Follows Trolley Wreck Mattoon 111 Following the wreck that resulted In the lose of 17 lives the Mattoon City Railway company and the Control Illinois Traction com pony Thursday went Into tho hands Qarwulvcr i C isasaaaacer Ike + iFURNISHING BACKBONE TO MOROCCO Germany has been supplying arms and ammunition to the Arabs In Morocco ROBBERS DYNAMITE A BANK TAKE 8000 FROM INSTITUTION IN FRANKFORT S D Citizens Held at flay by Armed Men Bandits Make Escape on a Handcar Frankfort S DTbu Jamos River bank at this place was dynamited between two and four oclock Friday morning and the robbers escaped with J 8000 In rash and valuablo papers Seven charges of dynamite were used In blowing up tho vault and the safe Persons aroused by tho explo lion woro prevented from Interfering by guards who were stationed at tho front and roar ot tho bank Frank Fitzpatrick a hotel guest who sought to break through the line of guards was shoot Ills wound Is not danger Otis Many shots were fired to hold onlookers at bay After looting the bank the robbers broke Into a section bouse on the Chl cage ft Northwestern railway and so cured a handcar on which they made their oscflno A poise bee been organized and Is seeking the robbers j RECEIVER FOR IRON COMPANY One of Bank Wrecker Harpers Con terns In Trouble Bristol VaJuoae A M Skeen of the United States court hero Wednesday appointed CoL L 0 Potttt ot lug Stone Gap receiver ot the Union Iron and Stoel corporation of New York owning furnaces In Virginia Ohio Michigan and New Jersey Tbe Union lion and Stool corpora ties Is an offshoot of the Union Stool and Chain corporatlon tho latter a JMMOOOO concern organised several years ago by Bdward L Harper formerly of Cincinnati It Is reported that the receivership Is a plan of the creditors of B L Har per to uncover his assets Obligations mgrs Sting several million dollars are held by Cincinnati and Chicago bank ers nsjnlnst Harper as a roeult of tho failure of the Fidelity bank of Cin cinnati about 20 years ago Harper It wits alleged wrecked this Institu tion in an attempt to corner tho wheat market For this ho was sentenced to lIght years in tho Ohio peniten tiary Warship Coming to St Louis Washington Acting Secretary Now berry has ordered tho tug Lebanon to tow the converted yacht Huntress from League Island Pa to Pensacola Fin There the Huntress will bo form ally turned over to tho naval mill Un of Missouri a crow from which will take tho vossol to SL Louis This will bo the first tlmo that a warship has been permanently stationed as far up tho Mississippi river as St Louis Re ports to the navy department from the recruiting parties In tho middle west show tho development ot a re markablo Interest In naval affairs in that section Falllno Tree Kills Seven Raleigh N CDetana ot the disas trous effect of a lightning stroke at Buckhorn Falls In Chatham county show that seven men were killed and ten injured A heavy storm had forced EO to 70 men to seek shelter in the cement houso of the Buckhorn Falls power plant Lightning struck a largo treo back of tho house and tho treo splitting toll over on tho building In stantly killing two whlto men and five negroos and Injuring three whites and seven negroes all of them residents ot thin vicinity Good Work at Athletic Meet Norfolk VnTho features Friday of tho Jamestown exposition athletic meet woro tho breaking of tho Junior record for throwing tho 5C pound weight by P McDonald of tho Irish American club tho lowering of tho halt milo running record three soc onds by F C Shehan of Boston and the polo vaulting of E T Cook Irish American Athletic club who came within four Inches of tho worlds rec ord Tho events woro closely contested the IrishAmerican team win ning jiqdayS honors on points OIL TRUST INDICTED AGAIN True Bills Returned Against It and Two Railroads Jamestown N YAn Investiga ion which was begun before the federal grand jury in this city early In July was concluded Friday and tho jury discharged by Judge Hazel ot the wostorn district of New York Before adjournment the jury found four Indictments one each against the Standard 011 company the New York Central Railroad company tho Pennsylvania Railway company and ono against the two railroads jointly Tho indictment against tho Stand ard 011 company and those against tho railway companies separately con tamed 54 counts all of them charg ing a violation of the Interstate com merce law either In accepting Of grunting rebates on oil shipments from Clean to points in Vermont The law provides a penalty of 20000 for each provision violated or each count therefore If convictions are made ac cording to the indictments returned the three companies will be subject to a total fine of JS7GOOO CANNOT DISMISS CADETS i Col Howze Lacks Authority In the West Point Difficulty Washington If Col Howze commandant of cadets at Wost Point threatened to dismiss a whole class because the members sent one ot their number to Coventry ha overrated his authority according to the offlclals of the war department The power ot dismissal In such cases Is not confided to any official of lower rank than the president Tho extent of tho commandants power would bo temporarily to suspend the offending cadets and to recommend dismissal first to tho superintendent of the academy Col Scott and then to the secretary of war and the president War department officials do not be Hove however that Col Howzo went to this length and they feel confident that tho matter is ono that can bo handled by the faculty and tho super Intendunt of the academy without rot Bronco to the department PICKPOCKETS FIGHT CONDUCTOR Lively Encounter with Thieves on I Rock Island Train Omaha Neb Throe armed crooks who had picked tho pockets of a num bor of Rock Island passengers at the station in Lincoln and attempted to continuo their gime on the train en gaged in a desperate encounter with Conductor Henry Duval on the Rocky Mountain limited near Alvo station about one oclock Friday morning After standing off Conductor Duval with a knife tho men leaped from the moving train about eight miles west of Alvo and escaped In tho darkness The Rock Island special agents have been sent to tho vicinity of their es cape with good descriptions of the men Wllhelmlna Bache Set Free Madison WIs With every Bible Indication that she was not guilt ot tho crime of murder for which she has already served 16 years of a llf sentence In the state prison Wll helmlna Bacho wns released from Waupun prison Friday Her life son tenco for the murder ot Michael Sell of Shawnno county was commuted bj Gov Davidson Sho went to tho peal tcntlary when she was 17 years old Indictment Served on Senator Boise Idaho An Indictment returned last April by tho fed oral grand jury against Senntor Wll lIam E Borah and other men charging conspiracy to defrau- the United States government was served on tho defendants Wednesday Harvester Combine Pays 35000 Fine Austin TCLTbo International Harvester company of Wisconsin has pleaded guilty to a violation of Use Texas antitrust laws and paid a fine of 35000 L + Jo P u ROUND ABOUT THE STATE fJ dWbnt Is Golnd of on Kentucky in Different J DESPONDENT BROKER Muttered Prayer After Which He Leaped to His Death Louisville Ky Despondent be cause of the loss of his fortune which led to dissipation John Davlson for merly a Chicago broker committed suicide by jumping from the tenth floor of the Columbia building His body was picked up a shapeless mass Ills head was crushed and it was with difficulty that no waa Identified Davlson entered the building and the elevator man who took him to tho tenth floor noticed that ho appeared to bo under the Influence of liquor and that he continually muttered to him self Entering tho toilet room Davl son shut tho door and Just before he leaped from tho window a clerk pass- Ing In the hall hoard him praying Davison was 58 years of ago SOy era years ago ho was a prosperous stock broker in Chicago but Is said to havo dropped his fortune amounting to about 300000 In speculation FIELD DAY Of Kentucky Prohibitionists to Be Held At Lexington October 20 Lexington KyRev T S Ducking ham of this city announced that field day will be held hero October 20 Services will be held In all Protestant churches to propare for asking the leg islature to pus laws making the whole state dry Dr Baker national super IntondEnt will attend Rev Mr Duck ingham announces that owing to the stead taken by A E WUlson republican nominee for governor on the pro hlbltlen question he will not be opposed by the antlsaloonlsts However members will be left to vote as they wish Louisville Car Strike Averted Louisville Ky After a majority of the union employes of the Street Railway Co were reported to have voted In favor of going on a strike and all hope of a settlement seemed gone an agreement was reached whereby the strike Is delayed if not called off en Urely A citizens committee headed by Mayor Bingham met with a com mittee representing tho employes and tho officials of the company and the companys officials finally accepted a proposal to arbitrate the differences the men to remain at work meantime Grand Jurys Report- rondon KySevontooit Indictments were returned by the Laurel county grand Jury among thorn those of J W Woodall for the murder of Lum Whit alter and of George Drew for the mur dar of his sweetheart Miss Nannie Smallwood The latter was admitted to ball The murder of Miss Stella Smith who was shot and placed on the railroad track will bo investigated at the coming term in October Injured By Railroad Torpedo Newport Ky William Edmonds In charge of a switching crew on the L S N was painfully Injured by the ex plosion of a railroad torpedo Ho had attached the topedo to the raU and whon the engine passed over It the cap struck him In the left leg Inflicting a painful wound He was brought to Newport on aa engine and his wound dressed Brief Tour Scheduled BaVboursvlllo KyVlco President Fairbanks will make a brief tour of Kentucky the latter part of October delivering his principal speech In this city October 25 Ho will make brief stops In Mlddlotown and Plneville From here ho will go to Corbln Lon don Livingston Dorea and Winchester Arrived Half Starved Paducab Ky Starting from Terre Haute Ind in a covered wagon Joseph Hunmon wife and three small children sot out for Louisville Ky but reached Paducah Instead They suffered greatly from lack of nourish moot GuestsLouisville Ky Rabbi II Goldstein of the Congregation Achld Scbemd stopped a wedding at which ho was officiating long enough to eject two men lie alleged that they were In traders and Interfering Street Car Jumped Maysvllle KyA street car Ing 15 passengers Jumped tho trac- hero and hit a telegraph pole Sevora InjuredyMists hurtePolice Say Murder Maysville KyTho body of a ma found at the local wharf In believed to bo that of a stranger stabbed In a furl ous fight on the towboat Sam Clark Tho police say they are pertain this i the case Rattlesnake Bites Girl Hopklnsvllle KyMiss Hazel Scho perd 1C who was assisting her broth or lu feeding his stock was bitten on her left hand by a rattlesnake whir Hedhand and arm are badly grave fears are felt as to her recovery Gasoline Exploded Richmond KyFire resulting fron a gasolln explosion In Clark Coi grocery store hero destroyed thi stock af well as the equipment of ai adjoining harbor shop The loss wail sasrf i n f1II n t t I iw ttG j INVITED TO SPEAK Before the Kentucky Bankers Asso ciation In Louisville r Lexington KyJ W Porter of this city has been selected to deliver an address on the subject of Relations Between tho City Banks and Their Country Correspondents before tho State Bankers association which meets In LouUvlllo September 18 Tho convention li expected to bo tho larg est ever held in the south as two of the principal addresses of the occasion will be delivered by Henry Clews of New York whose subject will be Tho Financial Situation of ToDay and S Wexlcr vice president of the Whitney Central bank of New Orleans who will speak on Impressions of Cur rency Reform Among tho other Kentucky bankers on the program arc Logan C Murray of Louisville T Lewis Edolln of Frankfort John G Wlnn of ML Sterling J n Downing- of Georgetown W T Tandy of Hop klnsville and D G Witt of Hender son ELECTROCUTION IS FAVORED Kentucky Jailers Meet and Discuss Methods of Execution Lexington Ky Jailers from many counties over tho stato are meeting here to form a state association They are discussing tho question whether electrocution or hanging is the best method ot putting criminals to death Sentiment in many parts of tho state la growing against hanging and a bill to abolish it and substitute soma other sort of capital punishment may come before the next legislature I Jailer Pflanz of Louisville will be elected president of the association with A J Ahren of this city secre tary and treasurer The jailers are practically unani mously In favor of changing executions from hanging to electrocution Four Accused of Murder Lexington Ky Allen Radar and his three sons Robert Allen Jr and Sid ney It Is reported wero arrested In Estill county on tho charge of mur dering James Arvlnc whose body was found three weeks ago with a bullet In his head and 500 ho had In his bolt missing Tho tour men will be tried In Eatlll county Arvlno was wanted In Virginia for murdering and robbing a peddlor and for killing a deputy sheriff who tried to arrest him The Raders live In Jackson county Must Remove the Poles Paducah KyThe McCracken its cal court ordered tho East Tennessee Telephone Co to remove every ono of its polos from highways In McCracken county This will necessitate much expense to tho telephone company as It moans that it must buy a private right of way Tho route Is many miles In length Because magistrates and county omcers wero not furnished phones gratis the stop was taken It Is alleged by tho company Timber Land Lexington KyThree suits Involv ing the ownership of 3000 acres of UmIber land In Wolf county worth 100 000 were led hero by the Eastern Kentucky Mining and Timber Co against tho SwannDay Lumber Co R J McLInn J H Sullivan Lee Congle I ton and others to prevent the of timber by the defendants TheIplaintiff claims to own an untllvldedIseveneighths interest in tho lumber on tho tracts Burled In Same Grave Covington KyInterred In the same grave in the Mother of God cem etery Covington were tho bodies of Mrs Elizabeth Goerdes and her son Fred Goerdes of 235 Pike street Mrs Gocrdcs and her son were killed by bo Ing run over by a train Diamond Jubilee Convention Covington Kyn event In the Christian church of Kentucky will bo the Diamond Jubilee convention to boIhold In Latonla September 1C 17 18 and 10 Delegates from all over the state will be In attendance to further the missionary work Negroes In Terror Paducah KyScreams of terror and agony awakened turnkeys In McCrack en county Jail Grabbing pistols they ink vestigated A corpse had been in a cell It was that of Ed Scott a federal prisoner Timber Men Rejoice Jackson Ky Heavy rains of two thenKentucky river something unusual for tho month of September A big log tldo Is expected anti timber men aro toamarket on tho lower Kentucky Harglses Split transf fore dissolving the Judge James Hargls and Senator Alex i Hargis In their largo business Interests herorThe property In partnership Is valued at 350- 00xWere Playing Indian Harrodsburg Ky While Christo pher Bryant and Dalton Terhune both t 12 years of age wore playing Indian the former accidentally killed the lat t I ter with a flobert rifle The bulletsstruck biro over tho right eye d Oj I fh a lJ terofo- fOfo olloROiofoAotoAoirofofot Ofoto foMot9ofetioRoOro- a a East Kentucky Correspondence f I News You Get Nowhere Else I j Ho wrreipoaieaco pubUihed tales sited la till by till writer Till ems 0 o li not for pgblleatlai bit i u trldtnc of good ftlth Writ pUlnly a otofofofofofofoofceOfrNOTE The Fall Term of Berea College opened yesterday Special arrangements have been made for stu dents unavoidably delayed NOTICE We are completely overwhelmed wllh requests for the publication of pro grams for teachers associations Sunday school picnics etc As our space Is limited and very much In domand at present we will have to require a fee of fifty cents for the publication 0 all such programs hereatter We are sorry to disappoint some ot our readers who sent programs last week but we were compelled to leave a large part of the matter out The Citizen j JACKSON COUNTY HUIILEY Sept 9Cld Noun and W M Gab bard Jr passed thru here Friday will a nice drove of cattle for market James Gabbard who has been at lInm I man Ohio for some time returned home last week Everybody seemed I glad to see Jim backJake Gabbard attended the farmers Institute whloh was held at McKee Sept GElihu I Philips Is very 111 with lung trouble Frank Lake of near Loam visited friends at Hurley Saturday and SunI day Miss Nannie Gabbard was the welcome guest ot Sltha Angel Sunday aftternoon Quite a rain and thunder storm visited this section Saturdt evenlngMrs Ida Angel and l1rs Sis Angel visited at Jacob H Gab bards Sunday Quite a crowd from this place attended circuit court at McKee MondayJacob H Gabbai made a business trip to Birch Lick FridaySept 2Mr James Walter Gabbar who has been at Hamilton Ohio for some time returned home last week Uncle Palestine Gabbard Is having his dwelling house repaired this week J W and Lewis Marcum passed thru here Saturday on their way home from the Laurel county fateThe Infant child of Mr and Mrs Bradley He lard Is sick with whooping cough Mr W M Isaacs storehouse was burned last week The loss was near ly 5000W M Gabbard Jr has gone to Hockcastle county to buy cattle again this week Mr Gabbard Is a hustling traderDennle Johnson and his sisters Minnie and Eva visited their sister Mrs Ida Lake of near Loam Saturday and Sunday- EvlataUEEN Sept 7James Morris has bought a fine mule for J135 Richard Brock an Miss Tlsh Smith were quietly marrtei at the home ot the bride lastFriday J W Jones has bought his wife a fine saddle horseGreen Lake ha found his heifer that has been gone so long and has withdrawn his otter of a reward for herT M Lake ha returned from Lexington The Rev Richard Moberly Is on Little Clover tonight Roblnhood Rose traded lIen ry Callahan his creek farm to 8 head of cattle 1 haystack and J5 Both are well satisfied W Lake traded a yoke of steers to Garvls Carrier to a mule Green Lake and Ray Drew have been doing some large trading In cross ties Eugene Rose has lost a tine mule The finder will receive a big reward OIlJmNUALL Sept 9Jnmes Jails had the mis fortune to break his leg while making railroad ties last week Doctors A XIahaffey and Glass amputated the broken member a few Inches below the knee Mr Bails Is now getting along well Rev Albert Bowman pastor ot The Royal Oak church Is hav ing great success He baptized Rober Wilsons two daughters Lena and Hattle and received tour more mom bers last Sundayour Sunday School at Canons Chapel Is progressing nice ly We want to see more of the parents out next Sunday Dont say 4Co to Sunday School children but say Comer children well all go to Sunday SchoolWe learn that there has been a terrible rain on Duck Fork in Lee county with great destruction- to corn The waters are said to have been higher than was ever known be fore on that creek Much of the grading on the new railroad thats be ing built on that creek Is reported to I have washed out Miss Dora Peters daughter of Anderson Peters Is very low wlht fever She Is an excellent j girl and a devoted Christian Circuit Court began at McKee today Hundred- of bushels of corn have been wasted j lu fixing up plug horses for Jockey The first annual exhibition of the Laurel County Colored fair will b held at the Laurel County Fairgrounds Sept 27 and 28 v YVfAw omomomomotomomomom street today XIlss Nora Wilson and her brother Clark went to Berea today to enter College again There are many more young boys and girls In this vicinity who should do the Bame Our school Is doing well with Wm Dunlgau as teacher Silas Flanuy has purchased a good buggyMrs Margaret Evans and her daughter Mrs Creech leave today on a visit to Arkansas to see relathCsHobert Flan ey has just bought and had delivered to his fattier who oversees his farm two fine Southdown buck sheep Major and Mrs Pierson have returned to our neighborhood again They have been making their home In Indiana this summer We are ala8 glad to welcome them home again OLIN Sept 3Green Berry Johnston ot Breathitt Is visiting his brother E DorajSimpsonsisters at East i home Sunday Several people ot this place attended the fair at London last weekend reported a pleasant time Mr and Mrs Willie Medlack visited Mrs Xledlacks parents Sunday U8S Maggie Bowling was the guest ot Miss Etta Medlack Sunday night Miss Jenny Hurley spent Saturday night with Miss Ida KlngA large crowd attended church at Blooming Grave Saturday and Sunday where services were conducted by the Re1 George JohnstonJohn Adell of BeI rea Is visiting friends and relatives ot Mildred this weekMlsses Lucy Turner Ida King Jennie Hurley and Mat tie Murray were entertained by their friend Miss Alice Stewart Sunday evening Bob Moore called at Andy Shepherds Sunday Hiram Turner ot this place left for Hamilton Ohio Sat urday Mrs Effle Garner has been visiting her parents of this place returned to her home In Hamilton 0 Saturday Hardin Shepherd Is having a new dwelling built Misses llar1 mod Sarah Shepherd entertained a large crowd at their home Sunday There will be meetings held at Bloom- Ing Grave church house Saturday nnd Sunday OAIIICO Sept 3We have been having lots of rain Jor the last few daysSchool Is prqgresslng nicely at this plan with Miss Dora McWhorter for teac- hcrMrs Bob Lears baby has beenI very sick but Is better nowMIII8 aura Lear entertained a crowd of young folks from the fair Sunday 1Iliss Bonnie Cole reported having a I leasant time at the fair at London KyMrs Lisa Tussey Is visiting rel tires at Hamilton Ohio Roy Robj nson assistant postmaster at thsI lace has gone to work at 5 a Tho association begins at Pleasan Run on the 10thW F Cole of Parrot paid us a visit SundayThe farmers at this place have fine crops SAND GAP Sept 2 Several young folks of this vicinity attended the box supper at Kerby Knob Saturday night Xlr and Mrs Jas Johnson ot Jamestown visited relatives at this place Saturday fight and attended the funeral at Clover Bottom Sunday Miss Delpha Baker of South Fork entertained a number of young folks Sunday evening at- the home of J R DurhamMrs A p Gabbard who has been In very poor health Is much Improved and- her friends are glad to see her ou- tagalnJohn McIntosh and family ol Perry county have been visiting here Mr and Mrs John Kerby are visit- Ing relatives at Dreyfus They will soon leave for Colorado where they Intend to make their future home Miss Lillian Hosklns has Just returned from visiting relatives at Boones GapThe funerals ot Jas A Hurst his wife and son Sindo Brockman sls- ter of Mrs Hurst and Tuge Standi fer were preached at the cemetery at- Clover Bottom Sunday by the Rev James Lunsfprd Misses Dovle and- Lottie Isaacs recently visited thulr sister Mrs E E Durham of this place Henry Jones and wife of Berea vis- Ited relatives at this place last week LAUREL COUNTY- aroWIIORTER Sept 9Thero was preaching at- Oak Grovo school house Sunday night 1 D Bowling and family havo ro- turned from Louisville to their old- home on upper Rockcastle river Mr Bowl1ng has beep employed In a machine shopJ D Johnson paid his- aged father a visit Saturday night There was a severe electrical storm ompanled by wind which did a dea o damage to corn crops Saturday Misses Blanch and Grace Setses Mona Dixon and Pollle Morris visited at J B Johnsons SundayThe teachers association meeting at Twin Branch was well attended Saturday XIrs E F Evans has been In Louisville the- last week purchasing her fall and winter goods Everybody pught to give her a call Joseph Williams one of our leading merchants has recently placeThqrA 11V eo p To Educate Your Children This coiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Boron Ky Sunday school at this placo Is progrile lug nicely with James Fcltner SUPO- fIntendontMr and Mrs S XI Chel nut of Michel Oregon are In Lnunll for a six months visit to relatives GARRARD COUNTY VALLACBTOX Sept 8Joo Wyllo died last Saturday at his homo near here from consumption He loaves a wife rour children and one brother to mournJ1ls loss The entire community join In sympathy with the bereaved family Mr and Mrs G E Brockman nnd two children were visitors at Big nm last Sunday R H Soper and family wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs1 Isaac Pointer last SundayMr cnd Mrs C C Blanton were tho guests ofI their daughter Mrs Mary Gabbai of this place a week ago Saturday nightThe meetings at Wallacet Baptist Church closed Sept 1 with f tyono additions to the church TheI Mr Smith and the Rev lrlandchildren In Xlissourrl G B Gabba was In Klrksvllle Saturday on bin ness CAIITKIISVILLE Sept 2Wheat is being thrashed In this neighborhood and Is selling at eighty cents a bushel at Point Lev l Corn and gardens aro flneJames Green a son of S T Green was kl le- lollcag II railroad wreck on July SB Ho wa walking on the track when klllei Vn uncle took charge of the body had It embalmed and taken to Paint Lick The body was burled at the burying i round at his fathers home Thbi vas a largo crowd and tho Rev Mr from htItendlountlful basket dinner was servo to a large crowdMr and Mrs Oran lllo Jenkins and six children will tart for Indianapolis Ind soon CLAY COUNTY 11UHN1NG BritlNGS Sept 2Miss Elizabeth Seovlll has returned from Illinois and take charge of the Grammar school The toocherIRiley chool work In this county Hujjl Vhlto Lincoln Shell and Rebccfe Smith will enter school at Berea at tho opening of the fall term Man there will enter laterThomas Xfc Daniel made a short business trip it- the county seat Saturday Millar Brown who has been working In Laurel county Is home looking after h- icropMr Thomas Rawlings and wit ManIchesterfhezvregret that other members of tlii Heart and Parker families have recently taken typhoid fever Those whc were first taken 111 are convalescing ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS- REPAIRED Vork Promptly Returned CONN DROS Lancaster Ky lYDEN CITIZENS t BANK t Transacts a general banking business We invite you specially to at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small 1 I I I I 10 iI v HYDEN = S KY r IFntiL of all kinds line been ver J scarce about here Apples are Irtltl highly by the young folks YeJetablo are plentiful OWSLEY COUNTY- TKAVmlKUS ItMST Sept 2P Bogloy has Just ntMrr d from London where ho has been at tending the fair and reports a nlee time Mrs Mile D Doper Is villt Ing her brother Lucian Smit- hEvelynS at A Caudal has purebneetl a young mule for about UIOStboel is piogrewlng nicely at this place tho tho measles has made tho aUeadnn co bbort Palmer Scott has returned from Kings Xtlllt Ohio whoro he hRa been employed Palmer oxpools to enter the Normal Department nt Borea College this fall XIrs XIatllda Soot has been very sick but Is cornalt cent Xlr E Creech Is planning to make a business trip to Berea In a few days HAMILTON I Or LETTER Hamilton Ohio Sept GWe are enjoying some beautiful days after having had plenty of rain The fann era have begun their plowing for wl tor wheat nnd are digging their Irk l- potatoosMr Garland has return to Hamilton after having spent two weeks with homo folks In Jackson county Ky Ho attended the Londo Ky fair a few daysAire 100111 Jackson loft Saturday for an oxton ed visit with home folks and relatlvi in Owsley county KyNext Monde naming the public schools In Ohio wili open and thousands ot children will start for tho sdhool rooulThe fuller county teachers institute Is In session this week at the Central 111gb chool building Dr T S Lowdon of Clark University Worcester Mass and Dr Henry PettMglH of Lansing Itch are the instructors Also hree hundred teachers registered Th nstllute will close Friday Dr Alsto i Ellla president of Ohio University at Athens 0 delivered an address befog tho fnstltuto Thursday morning whir was listened to with much Inttoreeti Ionday Labor Day all business waa suspended In Hamilton and all labor unions joined In celebrating the ds- The parade was the biggest ever seen In Hamilton and despite tho rain the rore several thousand people at the Ionic which was held at the Fairgrounds The fire works display at night was very elaborate Clark Lam nt one time one of tire wealthier t manufacturers of Hamilton died Wednesday night at Elkhart Ind aged 80 years and his body will 110 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